An official of the Ministry of Culture of Qatar, Marzook Binmarzook, accompanied by his colleagues from Mahendradatta University made a visit to the office of Bali Travel News (BTN), a publication under Bali Post Group, at Jalan Kepundung 63A Denpasar, Monday (Sep 1). In the visit, the entourage was warmly welcomed by the General Manager of BTN, Gde Palgunadi.
Avilla Hospitality in conjunction with Bale Udang and supported by Palang Merah Indonesia (PMI) once again held “Blood Donation” event, 21th of August 2014. As the quarterly event and open for public, it had attracted people to join and save lives. Located at Meeting Room of Bale Udang Kuta, Jalan Nakula 88, Kuta, this event started at 2 pm until 5 pm. With a total of 60 participants from Avilla Hospitality and biz units, hopefully this good deed also bring good feeling to all donors who participated on this event. This event can also be used as the practice of one of Avilla Hospitality’s Belief in “Loving Community” value.
The Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) Yamaguchi offers cooperation in the handling of environmental issues to Denpasar Municipality. Such cooperation is necessary considering the rapid economic development in Denpasar City results in various environmental problems, such as litter, air pollution, water pollution and other environmental problems.
Indian Ambassador to Indonesia, Gurjit Singh, visited the office of Consulate General of India at Renon, Denpasar, Monday (Sep 1). At that time, Gurjit Singh was accompanied in person by the Consul General, Amarjeet Sing Takhi. His visit to Bali did not only to participate in the Sixth Global Forum of the UN Alliance of Civilization in Nusa Dua, but also visited the University of Ganesha and one of the schools in Singaraja.
When met at the office of the Consulate General of India, Singh said that he was very happy to be on the Island of the Gods (Bali). Especially in Bali, India would continue to increase the concentration in all sectors mainly in the field of culture, tourism, economy and education. In education, for instance, many young Balinese had got a scholarship to India. “The cooperation and bilateral relations of India and Indonesia have been well established and closely maintained,” he said.
Citilink Indonesia low cost carrier (LCC) made cooperation with the world’s largest hotel chain, Best Western International (BWI), Saturday (Aug 30). The event taking place at the Best Western Kuta Villa presented the Division Head of Tourism Marketing, Nyoman Wardawan, President Director of BWI Area Development Office Indonesia, Iwanto Hartojo, and Director of Citilink Commercial Project, Hans Hartojo.
Citilink and BWI have agreed to promote synergies of tourism industry ahead of the implementation of the ASEAN Economic Community 2015, particularly in the sector of hospitality and airline. One of the synergies made is the promotional program entitled ‘Best Western-Citilink Boarding Pass Offer 2014.’ With the program, the passengers of Citilink have the privilege to stay for three days and two nights just by presenting the boarding pass of Citilink.
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