Like the artists on stage, the women and men moved lively with the accompaniment of energetic sound of music. Sometimes they step to the right and to the left while shaking their hips like dangdut singers. While showing off sweet smile, they cheered and shouted excitedly.It is the aerobic competition held by the Bali Hotel Association (BHA) in cooperation with the Indonesia Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI) of Bali Chapter and Bali Travel News (BTN) at the Wantilan Hall of Bali TV, Tuesday (Mar. 31). The competition attended by more than 70 participants from hotel, individuals and government employees selected the most energetic and flexible participants.
Bali Hotel Association (BHA) held sport competition on February 24 and 25. The competition was chess tournament and officially opened by Director of Sport & Culture, Latetitia Delvart Sugandi and General Manager the Jayakarta Bali Beach Resort, Residences & Spa, I Ketut Budha. The competition was to support the chess to school activity led by the head of Bali Chess Organization (Percasi) Ni Putu Widiari S.SS. the chess competition is one of the program of BHA. This year, 52 participants were joining the event where most of them are hoteliers. In this competition, BHA work together with Bali Hotels and Restaurants Association (PHRI)
Surfing has really gained popularity in Tanah Lot. As the sun approaches the horizon, you can see line of young Balinese men approaching the beach on their surfboards, controlling them with the same gracefullness as in their traditional dances, mastering the waves and penetrating the tubes. Surfing in Bali is said to have began at some time around 1970 although it is likely a lucky few were surfing the island to there selves some years before then. Bali in many peoples opinion is a surfing theme park with so many different waves on a relatively small island for all abilities and all year round consistency.
When being accustomed to canoeing on the beach, doing it in a river will be surely different. If you do not believe, just have a look at the action made by the canoe lovers in the Badung River in the Buagan Dam, Jalan Taman Pancing, Pemogan village, South Denpasar. Although they were used to doing it and well-experienced, they seemed to still get difficulty in conquering the existing terrain. They had to think and try hard in order to reach finish.
It was the atmosphere of canoeing and rafting competition in celebrating the 227th anniversary of the City of Denpasar, Sunday (Feb. 22). It was organized by the Denpasar Government Tourism Office followed by 150 participants including the circles of students, college students and the public. There was also the participation of Australian citizen. Marked by the spread of fingerlings into the river, the canoe competition was inaugurated in person by the Head of the Denpasar Government Tourism Office, I Wayan Gunawan.
Nusa Penida with its magnificent marine attractions remains a favorite for domestic and foreign tourists. The marine attractions are very beautiful with a variety of fish and live corals embellishing the pristine blue waters around this small island. “Because of the exceptionally beautiful sea around Nusa Penida, Quicksilver Cruise always takes their passengers to visit this remarkable destination” said Marketing Officer of Quicksilver, David Andrew, from the pontoons during the christening of a new vessel on Sunday (Feb 1).
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