All the components of society and organizations in Bali should make synergistic effort for the benefit of better future of Bali. One of them is the role of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) Bali. This organization does not only dwell in business affairs, but as the partner of government it also has full and ongoing commitment in guarding Bali as a tourist destination and venue of convenient business.
Commitment and synergy between the owner and the employees will result in something positive for the products yielded. It also happens to Maya Resort Sanur as revealed by the Resort Manager, Wayan Budiarta. “For instance, it is showed through the commitment to make it a green hotel. It comes from the owner and is then passed on to the employees. Ultimately, it gives positive results,” said Budiarta, the man from Carangsari, Badung, when receiving the Green Hotel team not long ago.
Badung is one of the nine districts in Bali becoming a popular destination among foreign travelers. It happens because the Badung district has very interesting culture in addition to magnificent panorama of the beach and river with a very strategic location.
Balinese culture has uniqueness. It is admired by international community because it cannot be found anywhere else. On that account, the cultural inheritance should get a priority. It is important to maintain the existence of Bali. Awareness of the importance of Balinese cultural inheritance is expected to be owned by all components. “When talking about keeping Bali, it is just enough for us to inherit the ancestral life, culture and ritual,” said Cokorda Ngurah Suyadnya, the owner of Cafe Lotus in Ubud.
The traditional sacred Balinese warrior dance known as Baris Cina that was first created in Renon, Denpasar is still practiced to this day. In fact, residents of Kelod hamlet, Renon are confident that the Baris Dance – believed to be influenced by Chinese culture, will continue to thrive long into the future. “Even today the public has great confidence that the Chinese Baris dance will remain strong because young people continue to vivaciously participate in staging performances of it”, said Chief of Renon Customary Village, 63 year old I Made Sutama.
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