Bali Remains Safe For Visitors

Badung - In line with the efforts to continuously doing an extra promotion and at the same time we would like to show to the world that Bali is remain safe for visitors from the signs of increasing volcanic activities of Mt. Agung, DPD Asita Bali Chapter collaborate together with VITO France plans to organize the “Media Fam Trip to Bali” which will be taking the date in Bali from 6 – 9 November 2017 with total number of the fam trip participant of 8 persons consists of Journalists Magazine, Cameramen and VITO France Representative.

We truly believe that with this brilliant initiative the Journalist will speak to the world that Bali remains safe for visitors and Bali is still a paradise playground with recreational options ranging from the sublime to the extreme one. Regardless of the many things out there that are just waiting to be experienced, and we are here to ensure that you make the most of your time on the island. Bali has its wonderful dances that will never found in another part of the world. Balinese dances are dynamic and accompanied with the gamelan (traditional Balinese music), the dances become so alive and beautiful. Bali can’t be separated from art, culture and religion. The tradition, religion and culture make the people of Bali different, one can see within their smile, glance and graceful gesture. And because Bali has its own unique and different type of life, it makes Bali unforgettable.

The Balinese people appreciate the many visitors who come each day and significantly contribute to the Island’s economy. In saying this, we do hope that you will continue to enjoy the genuine hospitality and facilities provided by them with relative peace of mind.


Tanto A. Ruwiyadi

Vice Chairman BBTF 2018


BBTF 2018 Secretariat Office:

DPD Asita Bali

Jalan Raya Puputan ? 41, Renon, Denpasar 80235

Bali, Indonesia

Tel. (+62 361) 243 225; Fax. (+62 361) 244 263

E-mail: seller@bbtf.or.idor; Website:


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