Julia Roberts in Bali in Eat, Pray, Love. We could be seeing more of the Indonesian island, thanks to a partnership between Hollywood and a Southeast Asian content producer. Julia Roberts in Bali in Eat, Pray, Love. We could be seeing more of the Indonesian island, thanks to a partnership between Hollywood and a Southeast Asian content producer.
Julia Roberts in Bali in Eat, Pray, Love. We could be seeing more of the Indonesian island, thanks to a partnership between Hollywood and a Southeast Asian content producer.
Mercedes Hutton
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Destinations known by Mercedes Hutton

Bali eyed as Hollywood film production hub, prompting ‘film tourism’ chatter – the island could have the kind of exposure Crazy Rich Asians gave to Singapore

  • Plans to make Bali a film and television production centre could see the island making more cameo appearances in Hollywood movies
  • This would not only employ thousands of people and diversify the tourism-dependent island economy, but could lure more visitors to film and TV locations

Julia Roberts in Bali in Eat, Pray, Love. We could be seeing more of the Indonesian island, thanks to a partnership between Hollywood and a Southeast Asian content producer. Julia Roberts in Bali in Eat, Pray, Love. We could be seeing more of the Indonesian island, thanks to a partnership between Hollywood and a Southeast Asian content producer.
Julia Roberts in Bali in Eat, Pray, Love. We could be seeing more of the Indonesian island, thanks to a partnership between Hollywood and a Southeast Asian content producer.
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Mercedes Hutton

Mercedes Hutton

Mercedes Hutton is a Hong Kong-based journalist. She joined the Post in 2018, where she writes about culture, the environment and history for Post Magazine, and covers travel and tourism in Asia in a weekly column, Destinations Known.