Avilla Hospitality Management & Development held the 5th Avilla Anniversary at Adhi Jaya Sunset Hotel, Jl. Sunset Road, Bali, Saturday (15/3). As local company based in Bali, Avilla Hospitality has spread their business units in Bali since 2010. Started from developing and managing villa, continued with budget and thematic hotel, and then spread the business lines to restaurant and day spa all over Bali.
Griya Santrian Hotel and Sanur Development Foundation support national musician Indra Lesmana’s program entitled ‘Mostly Jazz.’ The hotel provides a stage for Indra Lesmana, and other local and international musicians, so as to help revive the creative arts -especially jazz, in Sanur.
Aside from having a strategic location, Griya Santrian’s stage is situated right on Sanur Beach. Indra Lesmana invites different Balinese and foreign artists to join in every performance. The event began on March 1, 2015 and takes place once every two weeks starting at 5PM.
Pacto Ltd. is once again organized an event especially held to appreciate its partners of the hospitality industry who have been working together with Pacto. A special night called Pacto Award Night held at PramaSanur Beach on Friday, 13 March 2015 in a wonderfully warm and festive atmosphere. Pacto Award Night is an appreciationdedicated to the hotel partners with several nominations, which are; Top Seller 2014 Resort Category awarded to PramaSanur Beach being the highest room sales for the year 2014. Ranked in second place isPatraJasa Bali and followed by Bali Dynasty Resort in third place.
”Om Swastyastu ... dear high priests, pinandita, priests, religious leaders, the people who are attending the National Tawur Kasanga at the very stately and historic Prambanan Temple. Similarly to all the Hindus in Indonesia, congratulations on the Nyepi of the Saka New Year 1937. Hopefully, all the Hindus in particular, find peace, happiness and prosperity.”
The students of Mataken Gakko are back to show off their Japanese-Language Proficiency Test or Noryoku Shiken held in December 2014. Of the 43 students taking the Japanese language proficiency test, 37 of them managed to pass. The Gakko Mataken students only take exams in four levels, namely the N-5 (lowest level—Ed) to N-2.
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