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http://www.birohumas.baliprov.go.id/ - Kamis, 28 Desember 2017
Bali Governor Supports Musicien Joins to Recover Bali Tourism
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The condition of Bali tourism which is influenced by Mount Agung eruption got several attention from many parties, including from Bali musiciens. For that reason, they want to organize a promotion event in order to recover tourism of Bali as well as to show to the world that Bali is safe to visit. It was conveyed when Bali Governor Made Mangklu Pastika accepting legendary Band Crazy Horse in governor official resident, Jaya Sabha, on Monday (25/12).

Frontman Crazy Horse Band, Benny Sugiharto told Bali tourism has multiplier effect and Bali musicien becoming one of them. So that, they want to join showing the real condition of Bali to the world. “We want to show what Bali has and how Bali is smiling face any condition,” said him. Besides music, that event also highlighted by performing arts and culinary for whole day. According to him, traditional culinary throughout Bali will be on display on that event.

Bali governor Made Mangku Pastika warmly welcomed that planned event. Eventhough he assumes Bali tourism is starting better through government efforts, including the last visit of President Joko Widodo to Bali, but he fully supports that event as a Bali tourism recovery. He told various efforts are needed as tourism promotion part without having to show Mount Agung issue. “I though impact of Mount Agung has been solved by government’s regulation, let’s promote Bali through positive issues and prove to the world that Bali is safe,” said Pastika.

Pastika hopes the event could be held soon. Through that meeting, that event is planned hold on the third week of next January 2018. (PM).


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