Joomla Templates and Joomla Extensions by JoomlaVision.Com
Tourist Object: Lovina Festival 2015 (Friday, 09 October 2015 23:21)
Tourist Object: Kecak of Peliatan Ubud (Friday, 09 October 2015 23:18)
Sport and Recreation: Playing Top-Spinning after Harvest (Friday, 09 October 2015 23:09)
Headline News: Fruit Barong Symbolizes Fertility (Friday, 09 October 2015 16:23)
Headline News: A Blue Paradise Named Nusa Penida (Friday, 09 October 2015 16:17)
Gallery: From Temple to Tatoo: Three Generations fo Balinese Painters (Friday, 09 October 2015 16:12)
Gallery: Feel the Exceptional and Uniqueness of The Sintesa Jimbaran (Friday, 09 October 2015 16:04)
Food and Beverage: Wow…How Sticky the Lupis Ketan Cake Is! (Friday, 09 October 2015 16:00)
You are here: Home

Santika Indonesia Holds Science Day

Santika Indonesia Holds Science DayAs concerned about the environment, the Santika Indonesia Hotels & Resort in cooperation with the Goethe Institute Jakarta held the Science Day program in the Hotel Santika Siligita, Saturday (Nov 3). The activity involving the students of SD Negeri 5 Benoa, South Kuta, elementary school was commenced with cleanup services on the Mengiat Beach and resumed by watching educational movies.

“Global warming that changes the ecosystem of living beings has a great influence on the water availability on earth. That’s why we organize the Science Day and Science Film Festival with the theme of water,” said Corporate General Manager of PT Grahawita Santika, Guido Andriano, accompanied by Corporate Marketing Communication, Vivi Herlambang.

Bali remained to become the option to hold the event. Aside from having been the destination of the world, the Bali Island had also been famous for its beautiful beaches and exotic culture. “They all should be well maintained to persistently become an attraction,” he said.

Through the activity, the Santika Indonesia Hotels & Resorts expected it could participate in mitigating the effect of global warming and providing knowledge to participants. By watching movies, they were taught to distinguish dry waste from wet waste. By all means, it was a very valuable lesson. (BTN/015)

Leave your comments

Wednesday, October 14, 2015
0 characters
terms and condition.
  • No comments found