BALI - The 10th World Water Forum (WWF) Summit at Garuda Wisnu Kencana, Bali on Sunday, May 19 was marked by music and cultural performances. One of the interesting treats was presented in traditional Sape music performances from Kalimantan.

This time, the Sape music show at WWF was presented by Ayuan Prawida, as seen in the live broadcast monitored from Jakarta, which plays a slick tone of the traditional Dayak musical instrument.

Ayuan Prawida that night played popular songs with his sauce, such as "Because Su Sayang" from Near ft. Dian Sorowea, "A Thousand Years" which was popularized by Christina Perri, "eliminated Your Footsteps" from Noah, to "Nothing's Gonna Change My Love for You" which was popularized by George Benson.

The country's leaders are seen enjoying the quiet atmosphere and entertainment served at the World Water Forum welcoming dinner at the GWK cultural park, while occasionally talking to each other.

The dinner event was held in a calming atmosphere, accompanied by musical rhythms that presented natural beauty such as birds' tweets and waterfalls.

It appears that in the middle of the stage is the background of the waterfall which shows the words "The 10th World Water Forum", with a stunning picture of nature.

Previously, President Joko Widodo officially opened the 10th World Water Forum in Bali with a enthusiastic welcome.

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