Important Announcement
PubHTML5 Scheduled Server Maintenance on (GMT) Sunday, June 26th, 2:00 am - 8:00 am.
PubHTML5 site will be inoperative during the times indicated!

Home Explore AWI News Bulletin Magazine

AWI News Bulletin Magazine

Published by Graphic Design AWI, 2016-03-30 03:49:57

Description: NEWS BULLETIN APRIL 2016
Issu #04 | April 2016
A smart stylish news bulletin magazine featuring travel related news from Asia World Indonesia

Keywords: awi,news,bulletin,newsbulletin,2016,tour,travel


Read the Text Version

NEWSBULLETINAsia World Indonesia #ConnectingAsiaToThe World Issue # 04 | April 2016GEMS OF INDONESIAAsia World Indonesia Introducing beautiful hidden gemsof indonesia places to discover in Misool Eco Resort RajaAmpat, Wakatobi Dive Resort Southeast Sulawesi,Kura KuraResort Karimunjawa Islands. AWI INFO HOTELS SPECIAL NEWSSpecial Indonesian Food “ Ayam Betutu” Rumah Luwih Boutique Beach Resort Good news from Sriwijaya Air, ThaiBalinese Roasted Chicken. & Spa-Bali, Melia Hotels Bintan, The Lion, Jetstar Pacific and Malindo Air. Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa, Luna2, Pan Pacific Nirwana, and Tony’s Villa.P.52 P.04 P.16

IN THIS ISSUE P. 4 0 S PE C I A L N E W S TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE March 9 2016 Palu, Central Sulawesi We are pleased to share some pictures of this unique event organized by Asia World Indonesia.AWI INFO HOTELS08. HR News 04. Rumah Luwih Boutique09. Info Restaurant: Beach Resort & Spa, Bali Sarong Bali Restaurant 06. Melia Hotels Bintan Mama San Bali Restaurant 30. The Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa Cuca Flavor Bali Restaurant 32. Luna239. Happy Kartini Day 34. Pan Pacific Nirwana62. Factsheet 36. Tony’s Villa 38. Novotel Bali BenoaSPECIAL NEWS16. Airline News20. Gems Of Indonesia :Misool Eco Resort Raja AmpatWakatobi Dive Resort Southeast SulawesiKura Kura Resort Karimunjawa Islands56. Tribal People Of Indonesia : The Bali Aga60. Tour Of The Month :The Heart of Bali

MESSAGE FROMGENERAL MANAGERDear valued partners,March 2016 was a very special month for Asia WorldIndonesia as we brought a large group of clientsto Palu in Central Sulawesi to witness the Total SolarEclipse.This event was a huge success and we are veryhappy to share some pictures of the Total SolarEclipse in this News Bulletin.Asia World Indonesia has also recently conducteda Tour Guide Training in collaboration with theWorld Tour Guide Federation Association (WTGFA)in order to maintain the highest service quality andstandards for our clients. We are pleased to sharesome impressions of this training course in this NewsBulletin.We are also very pleased to introduce to you our“Gems of Indonesia” where we are featuring somereal gems to discover.And to tease your taste buds we have included therecipe of our all-time favorite chicken recipe fromBali – AYAM BETUTU. We hope you will enjoy cookingand…….eating it. General ManagerChicazine Asia World Indonesia MagazineCEO: Renato Domini|[email protected]; General Manager: Marcel Barmettler|[email protected]; Business Development Manager: Slava Dyugaev|[email protected]; Customer Service Manager: BenjaminPigneguy |[email protected]; Finance and Accounting Manager: Linda Tjandra|[email protected];MICE Manager: Wahyu Listyo Adi|[email protected]; IT Manager: Paulus Wirya Adhi S|[email protected]; Logistics Manager: I Gusti A.A. Sunu|[email protected]; Market Manager India: Nisha Shrivastva|[email protected]; Market Manager France: Geoffrey Berdal|[email protected]; Market Manager SouthAmerica: Fernanda Correa|[email protected]; Manager Travel Design & Reservations: Africa and Europe: DidietPrastiyandito|[email protected]; Americas, Australia & Virtuoso: Melvyn Liliana|[email protected]; Asia /Middle East: Ribut Dwi Santoso|[email protected]; France: Rudi Sulistyawan| [email protected]; The AmericasRepresentative: Douglas Vogl|[email protected]; Product Manager of Golf Asian: I Gusti Bagus Ngurah Pertama Yasa |[email protected] & FeedbackPhone: +62 361 722 188 ; Fax: +62 361 722 187 ;E-mail: [email protected] ; Address: Panorama Building 4th Floor, Jl. BypassNgurah Rai 620, Denpasar, Bali, 80228 - Indonesia

HOTELS RUMAH LUWIH BOUTIQUE BEACH RESORT & SPA, BALI Discover thr essence of Balinese hospitality at Rumah Luwih. A classic colonial Indonesia mansion. Luwih, meaning “more” than just a hotel. We are a home. Discover the essence of Balinese hospitality at Rumah Luwih,Designed by noted architect Hadiprana a private compound in Bali that is magnificently styled after a classic colonial In- donesian mansion. A philosophy that is reflect- ed in the name luwih, meaning “more”: more than just a house, we are a home. ROOMS - Prabanggana Room: With a choice of rice fields, the lush Gianyar area, or ocean views, our charming 40 sqm rooms offer comfort and ele- gance with a private balcony, and comprehen- sive amenities. King and twin bed are available, with the option of connecting rooms. Great for families. - ArnaWakanta Room: These generous 50 sqm rooms uniquely designed. All come with ocean views, private balconies, writing desks, rain- shower and private bath tub with ocean views. Plenty of room to rest and relax. -Segara and Giri Suite: The two signature suites each provide a spacious area of 100 square me- ters. Each suite has a King bed, separate com- fortable seating area and a powder room. With large balconies, the suites have a commanding view of the ocean. - Aruna Suite: The Aruna Suite offers a graceful setting and peerless privacy with 200 square me- ters of indoor living space as well as a 62 square meters private balcony. Surveying the sparkling Indian Ocean, the Aruna Suite offers rare island opulence from sunrise to sundown and is home to a six-guests dining table, wooden handcraft- ed daybed and a lounge area. Indoors, the suite presents a King and a Twin bedroom with a separate living room and dining area. The per- fect choice for families or guests looking for a little more space. DISCOVER A SPECTACULAR DESTINATION Bali blends spectacular mountain scenery and beautiful beaches with warm and friendly peo- ple and a vibrant culture. From pursuits like surf- ing or diving to soaking up the artistic vibe of Ubud, Bali offer something for everyone. Stay with us at Rumah Luwih and allow us to help you discover the magic that is Bali. EXPERIENCE THE EXCEPTIONAL The resort’s unique spin on a turn of the centu- ry Dutch colonial estate provides a destination that is intimate and effortlessly personable with attentive service worthy of the grand colonial houses of yesteryear. A testimony to old world charm with a contemporary soul.4 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

The colonial style Rumah Luwih Beach Re-sort and Spa Bali is located at Lebih beachin Gianyar Bali. With only 5 minutes from BaliSafari and Marine Park, 25 minutes from Sa-nur, 20 minutes to Gianyar and the popularand famous shopping markets of Sukawatiand just a 30 minutes to the historic & cul-tural center of famous Ubud. The ride fromor to the airport is just 30 minutes dependingon time and traffic situation - a tremendousshort cut is recommended on the newly de-signed Bali Mandara Toll road from the air-port to sanur.All plush room are elegantly design withstone floors, provided free Wi-fi, flat screenTV satelit and luxurious bedding, as well asocean-or garden-view with balconies. Thesuite with space living areahave large pri-vate balcony’s with breathtaking mountain,lake-and ocean view. Room services is avail-able. tropical gardens and large parking areavailable at the propertyAmenities include a large whirl pool, kid’spool, large infinity swimming pool with Indi-an Ocean view, a Spa and Wellness center,a luxurious ballroom, a large banquet roomfor MICE and tour group for luncheon andhigh tea, a Beach pavilion Bar and BBQ grillrestaurant with seasonal live entertainment,a elegant Cafe-Bar-Lounge, a Restaurantwith artisan Indonesian cuisine, a fine din-ning French Restaurant and private dinningroom. a Kid’s club is a soon to come newfeature with provided supervision. Activitiessuch as morning walk to rice paddies andlocal village, jogging, bicycling, yoga, golf-ing and many other recreation can be ar-ranged. The property is directly located atthe one of the famous surfing point of Bali.Many water sport activities are applicable. News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 5

HOTELSMELIA HOTELS BINTAN- Second Property of Melia Hotels in BintanNew coastal resort to include large con- “This new project is an exciting addition to vention centre our resort portfolio in Indonesia, where we’veMeliá Hotels International has signed a man- had over 30 years of experience,” said Ber-agement agreement for its second property nardo Cabot, the Spanish hotel group’s se-on the Indonesian island of Bintan. nior vice president of Asia Pacific. “Our mo-The new Melia Bintan will cover eight hect- mentum continues to be fueled by strongares of coastal land, overlooking the Malac- demand for our exceptional guest accom-ca Strait. Once open it will feature 280 rooms modations and service. Meliá Bintan will pro-and villas, a spa, fitness centre, two beach- vide discerning travellers a gateway to thefront restaurants, a swimming pool with wa- one of the world’s newest meccas for luxuryter attractions, and large convention centre. travel.”The new property becomes the 15th Melia The largest island in Indonesia’s Riau archi-hotel either operating or in the pipeline in pelago, Bintan is a short ferry ride away fromIndonesia. It also becomes the company’s Singapore.second signed resort in Bintan following theGran Melia Bintan.6 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 7

AWI INFO HR NEWS TOUR GUIDE TRAINING IN BALI Asia World Indonesia is constantly taking care of the development of its staff and there- fore conducted an intense 2 weeks training ses- sion for our tour guides in collaboration with the World Tour Guide Association Federation (WT- GAF) in accordance to their international stan- dards here in Bali. We are pleased to share some impressions of this training course. All participants succeeded this training session and have received their di- plomas as Tour Guides and Tour Guide Trainers. We are very proud. Thank you for WTGAF and Ms. Iris Barry.8 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 9

ISNAFORREOSTANURGANTB: AREPLUIBLRIKE4S5 TAURANT Jl. Petitenget No, 19 x, Kerobokan, Bali 80361-Indonesia Hours: 6.30 PM - 1AM INTRODUCING If you are in the mood for spicy Asian food in glamorous atmosphere look no further then this chic restaurant. Sarong firmly remains one of our favorites in Bali – it consistently delivers the most amaz- ing food in a wonderful atmosphere. Guests can choose between plush indoor setting of comfortable sofas and crystal chandeliers or a romantic garden setting – more private and secluded. Extensive menu features dishes from all over Asia and is divided into Starters, Salads, Cur- ries, Stir fries, Dishes from the Tandoori or front the Coconut Char Grill. Our favorites are Grilled Scallop with sweet crispy duck, Malay Prawn salad with green mango, Slow Cooked Octopus salad with green papaya, Wagyu Beef Pandang curry and so many others. News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 11

12 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

MAMA SAN BALI RESTAURANT Jl. Raya Kerobokan No. 135, Br. Taman, Bali. Lunch: 12PM Dinner: 6PM - 12.30AM INTRODUCING Mama San is a sister property to the stylish Sarong. It is in a completely different setting, on a main street of Seminyak in a modern building. Impressive industrial design is some- how warm and inviting and a huge mural on the wall lets you know that you are in for an Asian treat. The food is unbelievable – the most flavorsome Asian cuisine in Bali. Long menu features specials from all Asian countries and have a wide selection of curries, salads, soups and noodles. Beef dishes are especially good! Try Beef Vindaloo and the very famous Mama San Beef & Bamboo dump- lings. Atmosphere – busy and buzzing! Mama San is where you find the inter- national jet set who appreciates the finer things in life. Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 13

CUCA FLAVOR BALI RESTAURANT Jl. Yoga Perkanthi, Jimbaran, Kuta Selatan, Kabupaten Badung-Bali 80364 Dinner: 12PM - 12.00AM INTRODUCING Cuca is a new kid on the block and another excellent find. It is located in Jimbaran Bay, an area of Bali with a multitude of hotels yet not many great restaurants to choose from. Tapas style dishes are made using only the best and the freshest local in- gredients. The dishes are designed to be shared, so get a group of friends together and come over to Cuca for a celebration of local flavors. Cuca food is a treat for all senses – it is colorful, immaculately presented and delicious. Some of our favorite dishes at Cuca are BBQ octopus, Roasted Ti- ger Prawns and Cuban Corn. As for the setting, guests can choose from a chef’s table with ‘front row’ seats in the kitchen-theatre, in a tropi- cal intimate garden for a romantic set- ting or in the main dining room where each table can be given privacy with flowing white curtains drawn around it. News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 15

SPECIAL NEWS Sriwijaya Air and regional subsidiary Nam Air to ex- pand in 2016, fighting off Ga- ruda and Lion The Indonesian airline group Sriwijaya is planning further ex- pansion in 2016, with a focus on regional growth using its Nam Air subsidiary. Sriwijaya will take several additional Boeing 737-800s in 2016 en- abling it to transfer smaller 737- 500s to Nam which will be used to open new secondary bases and compete against the ex- panding regional operations of Garuda and Lion. Privately owned Sriwijaya has emerged as Indonesia’s third largest airline group, well be- hind Garuda and Lion but ahead of AirAsia. Surviving an extended period of consolida- tion and challenging market conditions has strengthened Sriwijaya, leading to a brighter outlook.16 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

THAI LION ready to resume Jakarta after two year hia-tusThai Lion believes that de-mand for Bangkok-Jakartahas sufficiently improved tosupport one daily flight. ThaiLion will mostly rely on sales inIndonesia, where it is able toleverage the strong distribu-tion network and brand of itsparent Lion Air.Lion Air has never servedThailand, although Bangkokis a popular destination for In-donesians. AirAsia is currentlythe only LCC group compet-ing on the Bangkok-Jakartaroute and operates two dailyA320 flights. Garuda is themarket leader with three dai-ly flights using 737-800s, whileThai Airways currently oper-ates 10 weekly flights using amix of A330s and A320s. News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 17

JETSTAR PACIFIC plans to expand its international destinations in 2016 Jetstar Pacific is currently evaluating potential new destinations in both Southeast and North Asia. As was the case with Hong Kong, the focus will be on existing Jetstar Group destina- tions. This is a sensible approach as it enables Jetstar Pacific to leverage the Jetstar Group, reducing the tradi- tional risk associated with launching new international routes, and it aids in Jetstar’s overall connect the dots net- work strategy. Jetstar Pacific also has been evalu- ating Bali, a destination not currently served nonstop from Vietnam but with tremendous potential. Bali is already served by both Singapore-based Jet- star Asia and Australia-based Jetstar Airways, providing an opportunity for Jetstar Group to offer connections to Vietnam via Bali from eight Australian cities.18 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

MALINDO may serve Brisbane and Jetstar Airways and Virgin AustraliaMelbourne via Bali currently serve Bali-Brisbane, while Jetstar, Virgin Australia, Garuda Indo-Malindo is also now planning to launch nesia and Indonesia AirAsia X alreadyone-stop service to Brisbane and Mel- serve Bali-Melbourne.bourne in 2H2016 via Bali. It is not cur-rently considering Sydney. (Virgin Australia is transferring its Bali- Melbourne service to its LCC subsid-Malindo already serves Bali with 13 iary Tigerair Australia in late Mar-2016.)weekly flights from Kuala Lumpur. Ma-lindo would be unable to serve Bris-bane and Melbourne nonstop with itscurrent 737 fleet or the 737 MAX 9. Aone-stop product is therefore its onlyoption for the short to medium termunless it acquires widebody aircraft.Malindo has considered A330s but,at least for now, has decided to stickwith an all narrowbody fleet.If it launches services from Bali to Aus-tralia, Malindo will be able to leveragethe network of its Indonesian sister LionAir, which has a hub in Bali. However,Bali-Australia routes are extremelycompetitive, and it is predominantly apoint-to-point inbound market. News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 19

20 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 21

Misool Eco Resort is an exclusivedive resort and conservationcentre located in remote south-ern Raja Ampat, Indonesia. Ourprivate resort island is nestleddeep in an archipelago of unin-habited islands, in the very epi-centre of marine biodiversity. “Indonesia Diving Holidays” Misool Eco Re Misool Eco Resort is an ex- clusive dive resort and conservation centre located in remote southern Raja Am- pat, Indonesia. The private re- sort island is nestled deep in an archipelago of uninhabited is- lands, in the very epicentre of marine biodiversity. The resort island, Batbitim, is a true tropi- cal hideaway, just south of the equator and fringed with pow- der-white beaches and pristine coral reefs. With a maximum capacity of just 40 guests and a staff-to-guest ratio of 3 to 1, they offer exclusive diving holidays, surrounded by the world’s richest reefs. http://www.misoolecoresort. com/22 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

esort, Raja Ampat News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 23

Wakatobi Dive Resort Southeast Sulawesi Wakatobi is a luxury dive resort in a tranquil island setting far from crowds and cities, with no other divers for at least 100 miles, Wakatobi seamlessly blends five-star amenities and civilized comforts with a pristine natural envi- ronment; a pairing that has secured its reputation as one of the world’s finest resorts. Whether you are diving or snorkelling amongst the vibrant protected coral reefs bristling with marine life, enjoying a rejuvenating spa, taking in a glorious sunset with your favourite cocktails at the jetty bar, or perhaps indulg- ing in a romantic beach dinner, Wakatobi Dive Resort provides a unique and enriching experience for those seeking recreation, relaxation and privacy. News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

It’s not unknown for there to be tears on the last day of a trip in Wakatobi – guestssimply don’t want to leave this little piece of heaven and return to the ‘real’ world.You will enjoy the tranquility and secluded location of Wakatobi; no traffic noise, nopollution, no other dedicated dive resort for hundreds of miles. The private charterflight will transport you from Bali to the purpose-built airstrip in less than three hours,followed by a short boat ride to the resort and your vacation will truly begin.News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 25

Kura Kura Resort Karimunjawa Islands26 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

Located on one of the twenty-seven para- dise islands in the Karimunjawa archipela-go of Indonesia. Covered by coconut treesand surrounded by white sandy beachesand prestine coral reefs. In the midst of Kari-munjawa Archipelago and offering one ofthe largest lagoons of the area, a very green,private tropical island 22 hectars large, ofextroardinary beauty which is exclusively oc-cupied by Kura Kura Resort.Situated between Java and Borneo, andstill unknown to mass tourism, KarimunjawaArchipelago is a National Marine Park com-posed of 27 islands which still offers the feel-ing of a natural and remote beauty. Theexceptional location of Kura Kura Islandplaces the guests in the midst of the Archi-pelago, giving them the opportunity to visitand enjoy the rare beauty of the surround-ing islands with their pristine white, unspoiledbeaches fringed with palm trees, and theamazing colours of the sea while staying inrare comfort. Kura Kura Resort offers the dis-cerning traveler the opportunity to discoverthis still-hidden gem in Southeast Asia with itsunique comfort. News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 27

28 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 29

HOTELS THE SEMINYAK BEACH RESORT & SPA30 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

The Seminyak Beach Resort and SpaFacilities DevelopmentSantan Lounge and Banjar meeting roomwas closed for a month.The Seminyak Beach Resort and Spa Baliupgrades their customer’s experienceby focusing to developing their facilitiesand hotel’s outlet. The project wascommencing from Monday, 29 February2016 till end of March 2016.They upgraded their facilities in Banjarmeeting room and Santan Lounge.They redesign the interior and furniturecomplete with latest technology formeeting and conferences facilities in themeeting room. While for Santan Lounge, itbecomes the new exciting venue as barand tapas lounge featuring Bar and winecellar, Large indoor lounge area with agreat relaxed atmosphere. News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 31

HOTELSLUNA2 PRIVATE HOTEL & STUDIOUnique Private Beachfront Hotel in SeminyakThe Luna2 Studios becomes the sister prop- Luna2 Studios is located in the Seminyak erty to the existing Luna2 Private Hotel, area of Bali, next to the Luna2 Private Hotel.and offers 14 open-plan studio-style rooms,along with a restaurant, cinema and rooftop Designed by owner melanie hall, the archi-bar. tecture is surprisingly simple and references modernism of the past. Devoid of fuss, theA member of the Design Hotels collection, design features a somewhat 60’s panton-the hotel features a bubble-patterned fa- esque façade, the subtlety of which offers acade and retro interiors reflecting the futuris- glimpse of what to expect inside. This ‘bub-tic design styles of the 1960s. Each of the stu- ble-icious’ signature pattern repeats itselfdios features contemporary art and designer throughout luna2, along with retro SMEG fridges, pre-loaded iPod and docks, two flat-screen TVs Luna2 private hotel, named after the firstand universal devices charging points. spacecraft to land on the moon in the late 50’s, is located beachfront in fashionableThe 30-seat Orbit Restaurant is complement- Seminyak, and is just a short stroll along theed by Luna2’s ‘in-flight dining’ room-service beach to neighbouring restaurants and bars.options, while the underground lounge andbar features below-surface windows looking A spread of Western delicacies are served atinto the swimming pool. Orbit Restaurant, which also offers room ser- vice. Pop! Bar is a retro-style lounge bar withThe Lunaplex cinema offers 16 seats and a dance floor, while Space Bar is located onscreens the blockbuster and classic movies the rooftop offering scenic ocean views.three times a day, while at night guests canrelax at the Space rooftop bar. News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 33

HOTELS PAN PACIFIC NIRWANA This 5-star hotel has onsite amenities and conveniences like free internet and an outdoor pool. For onsite dining options, the hotel has a restaurant, a bar/lounge area and room service. Luxuriate in the tranquility of our spacious 103-hectare resort in Tabanan, West Bali – away from the hustle and bustle of the island. Built atop a sheer cliff along a sweeping coastline, our five-star accommodation of- fers breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean and Tanah Lot framed by a spectacular panorama of endless sea. Our resort also features an award-winning lush 18-hole golf course designed by Greg Norman. Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort offers a choice of outstanding amenities combined with discrete and understated service. Em- brace the tranquillity of the resort with a tra- ditional spa treatment or admire the ocean views from the cascading swimming pools. With a wide range of exquisite Bali villas, rooms and suites, leisurely pursuits and pam- pering services available right at your door- step, fall in love with the irresistible charm of the ‘Island of the Gods’ at the Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort. News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 35

HOTELSTONY’S VILLA BALISense the Serenity on ParadiseTony`s Villa in Kerobokan is a perfect hide- soothing interlude while waiting for beautiful away surrounded by green foliage of trop- sunset view.ical environment. Once you step into thesevillas in Bali, you can immediately sense the Ultimately, we invite you to see and luxuriateserenity and friendly services. So, when look- in the authentic Balinese retreat and indig-ing for a blissful and convenient residence enous culture starting from the enjoymenton the Island of the Gods, it is an appropri- of a memorable stay at the Tony`s Villa Bali.ate choice. With us, Sense the Serenity on Paradise!Over the past several years, these villa near have become a favored rendez-vous for travel connoisseurs and newbiesalike. Within these honeymoon villa in Bali,you can conveniently delight in comfortablestay, a wide range of spa treatment and aselection of delectable cuisines.Nestled in strategic location, Tony`s Villa Baliis just some 30 minute`s drive from the Ngu-rah Rai airport. From this Kerobokan villa, youcan effortlessly explore and discover theuniqueness spreading within the neighbor-hoods that offer intriguing lifestyle appealsand sublime heritages. For instance, Semin-yak and Petitenget Beach can be your36 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 37

HOTELS NOVOTEL BALI BENOA NOVOTEL BALI BENOA Introduces its Newly Refurbished Deluxe Room After going through a series of aesthetic re- furbishments, Novotel Bali Benoa Hotel and Resort is pleased to announce the com- pletion of its Deluxe Room renovation. This make-over has resulted in a sophisticated yet refreshingly modern design for guest in- dulgence. Located in the Garden Wing, along with 2 swimming pools, surrounded by tropical gardens. Designed with a unique “Balinese feel” and infused with a modern flavor, each Deluxe room has coconut wood furniture and floors, a spacious bathroom with mosaic tiles in the rain shower, a ceiling fan and air condition. Each room is set up with a king-sized bed or single bed(s) and has either a balcony or a terrace with garden. The charm of these new Deluxe rooms others comfort and con- venience for a memorable holiday. NEW LOOK OF OUR BEACH CLUB During the past year and months, we were facing a strong erosion. We have done some renovation to protect our- beach and put some new set up for a refreshment. We are glad to show you our new beach look. Cocos Beach Club Open for Lunch & Dinner from 11.00 - 23.00, Happy Hour 17.00 - 19.0038 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 39

SPECIAL NEWS TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE March 9 2016 We are pleased to share some pictures of this unique event or- ganized by Asia World Indonesia.40 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 41

42 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 43

44 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 45

46 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 47

48 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016 49

50 News Bulletin - Asia World Indonesia | April 2016

Like this book? You can publish your book online for free in a few minutes!
Create your own flipbook