Villa Kayu Raja received the ‘Favorite Hotel Villa & Resort -Highly Recommended 2015’ award. The Indonesian International Achievement Foundation gave out the award at Patra Jasa Bali Resort and Villas, on Friday (Jan 23). The staff and management of the Villa Kayu Raja felt that this recognition of their achievements that came at the beginning of 2015 will help to support their continued efforts. “This award is really encouraging for us and inspires our whole team to make the villa even better this year. Hopefully, Villa Kayu Raja will continue to improve and be compete with the growing number of villas and hotels”, said General Manager of Villa Kayu Raja, Gede Nik Sukarta recently. (BTN/015)
A community called ‘Bye-Bye Plastic Bags’ held a plastic waste workshop on Wednesday (Jan 28) at the Trans Resort Bali. The community that was established a year and half ago is composed of expatriate children who live and attend school in Bali. This community project was initiated by two kids named Isabel and Jasmine Wijsen but they are now are joined by 40 other children.
The Bye-Bye Plastic Bags community is conducting a campaign to eliminate plastic bags in schools and hamlets. They have conducted a pilot project at Pererenan village. They have garnered the support of institutions including, local government, Rotary International, Green School and UNORCID, for their activities.
To strengthen the relationship between the media and tourism stakeholders, Quest Hotel San Denpasar by Aston visited the office of Bali Travel News (BTN), recently. The hotel that builds under the management Archipelago International Hotel, Resort & Residences is a new accommodation located on Jl. Mahendradata, Denpasar. Their presence was warmly welcomed by the General Manager of BTN, Gde Palgunadi in the meeting room. They are the Regional Public Relations Manager Bali-Lombok Dewi Shintawati, General Manager of Quest Hotel Budhiwijaya, Director of Sales & Marketing Kenny Uktolseja, Chief Security I Putu Robby Ansari and others. (BTN/ocha)
Bali, Indonesia (22nd of January 2015) Le Jardin Villas was once a deep jungle immersed in the midst of the lively Seminyak district. Giant rainforest trees were everywhere, with smaller trees, distinct plants, and thousands of undiscovered species living underneath, giving a vivid idea, how wonderfully exotic this 4.000 m2 land is. “As the 1st Rain Forest Garden Villa in Bali, the beauty of Le Jardin was truly unparalleled and breathtaking, therefore Le Jardin doesn’t want to let it be washed away by modernization,” explained Sunarga Sonny, Operational Manager of Le Jardin Villas.
India’s Republic Day was celebrated with cheerfulness and traditional fervor at the Consulate General of India in Denpasar on Monday (Jan 26). More than 150 Indian residents of Bali attended the celebration, including dozens of students from two Indian schools who sang Indian songs for the occasion. Consul General A.S. Takhi raised the Indian national flag after which the Indian community sang the Indian national anthem Jana Gana Mana. The Consul General also read the President of India, Mr. Pranab Mukherjee’s speech that was delivered on the night of the Republic Day celebrations in India. (BTN/015)
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