Ibis Styles Bali Kuta Dewi Sri coalesced into the Accor International Hotel made a visit to the office of Bali Travel News not long ago. Such hospitality visit was made in person by the General Manager Tantiarini Hidayati with Sales Executive Yudi Gunadi Nugroho, Sales and Marketing Manager Paula Manik and Communication & Administration Astari D. Priyanti. Their presence was welcomed by General Manager of Bali Travel News, Gde Palgunadi, and some staff.
On that occasion, Tantiarini shared many interesting programs that would be synergized with Bali Travel News. For example, it would include the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) such as beach cleanup, blood donation and facilitating support to the works of famous young artists as well as provision of the opportunity for poor children to show off their capability.
I Gede Candra Kardana and I Gusti Ayu Aura Gizella were selected as the Denpasar endek ambassador 2014. Meanwhile, I Gusti Ayu Ade Triya Dewi was selected as favorite champion. Selection of the endek ambassador organized by the Denpasar Municipality through the Denpasar Industry and Trade Agency was held in the Ksiraarnawa Building of the Denpasar Art Centre, Thursday (Oct 2).
Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) proudly presents the 17th Nusa Dua Fiesta (NDF). The theme of this year’s event is Love, Peace and Harmony. “The theme is chosen because it is very suitable with the current condition and the image of Nusa Dua. The tourism spot is a romantic place and also supported by wedding chapel and honeymoon suites so many young couple come to Nusa Dua,” said The Head of The Committee of NDF 2014 during a press conference in Bali National Golf Club.
“While in the terms of peace and harmony, Nusa Dua area is a secure and comfortable place. It is often chosen as a venue for international events supported by it great facilities and security. Among the events were Miss World 2013 and APEC conference. Nusa Dua area is developed using an environmentally friendly concept to create a harmony with the local culture,” he added.
Medical science may have been advanced and superb, but nowadays there are still housewives remaining to invoke Yeh Nyonyo (breast milk) at the shower of Ten Kelod Ole, Marga Dauh Puri village, Marga subdistrict, Tabanan. The shower located at the end of the village is believed to have the efficacy of healing to housewives after childbirth that cannot produce breast milk yet.
By presenting the offerings guided by local priest, the housewives can invoke breast milk at the sacred shower. Of course, it has a deadline. By all means, the housewives that cannot produce breast milk up to twelve days after childbirth will promptly invoke to the shower. “One day, there was a housewife who could not produce breast milk up to five to seven days. She then asked to this shower,” said Jero Mangku Mundra Istri, commonly guiding the prayers of housewives.
Goddess Saraswati statue grandiosely standing in the front courtyard of the building of the Indonesian Embassy in Washington DC was inaugurated by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY), Thursday (Sep 25) local time. The sculpture was a great work in the field of cultural exchange and cooperation between the government of Indonesia and the government of the United States. For the making of the statue, the central government through the Indonesian ambassador in Washington DC entrusted the Badung government to design and construct, while the financing was provided by the CSR fund of the national entrepreneurs caring about the arts and culture.
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