July 13, 2020, 03.49 PM

KOMPAS.com – Bali has ensconced itself yet again as the undisputed jewel of Indonesia’s tourism after New York-based magazine Travel + Leisure named Ubud as one of its 25 Best Cities in the World to Visit for 2020.

The magazine's rankings are based on traveler surveys.

On its website https://www.travelandleisure.com/worlds-best/cities, Travel + Leisure ranked Ubud ninth on its annual list with a score of 88.16 as it punched above its weight to beat metropolises like Rome, Lisbon, and Tokyo.

The mountainous Balinese arts and culture center trailed behind other artistic destinations such as Firenze, which placed fifth, and Kyoto sixth.

Also read: Capella Ubud Hotel in Bali is World's Best Hotel: Travel + Leisure

Mexico took top spots on the Travel + Leisure poll as readers named Oaxaca and San Miguel de Allende first and second on the list,, respectively.

Travel + Leisure noted that a number of countries, such as the US, Thailand, Italy and Japan have two cities on the list.

“Readers can rate airlines, airports, car-rental agencies, cities, cruise ships, destination spas, hotels, hotel brands, islands, tour operators, and safari outfitters,” said Travel + Leisure of the poll.

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Other items on the yearly list include spas, airlines, hotels and other categories.

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