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Bali Island, Indonesia

As Indonesia most famous tourist destination, Bali lives up to its name and reputation. It is a magical island that enchants visitors with its rich cultural traditions, scenic beauty and warm hospitality of its people. For the Balinese, art is form of worship and religion. Ceremonies, traditional performances and activities that are artistic in nature are woven into the pattern of daily life, providing visitors with a marvelously unique spectacle. The beauty of its natural wonders and rich culture combined with modern facilities and infrastructure create a broad range of options for visitors who choose Bali as a MICE destination.
Bali boast an impressive range of international-standard meeting facilities, show-stopping hotels, exquisite food, and vibrant nightlife, complimented perfectly by unforgettable scenery and genuinely friendly and hospitable people who practice an authentic age old culture. The ralexed atmosphere of balmy Bali is guaranteed to remove any inhibitions between participants, breaking down barriers and potentially strengthening business relationship. In addition to that, Bali has 53.000 hotel rooms, a variation of conference venues, and huge tourism destinations.

Bali culture is totally unique and permeates through every aspect of life. The influence of Hinduism, the main religion, is evident in the music, drama, art, costumes and festivals which take place daily. Tourists will encounter a festival almost every day, celebrating the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth.

With sunshine shining throughout the year, Bali has a tropical monsoon climate, with pleasant day temperatures between 20 to 33 degrees Celsius or 68 to 92 degrees Fahrenheit. Rainy season starts from October to march, when the west monsoon brings heavy showers and high humidity. June to September is considered the driest season, with low humidity and it can be fairly cold in the evenings, the best time for any outdoor activities.

Jakarta The capital of Indonesia

The capital of Indonesia, Jakarta is the center of government, commerce and industry. Because of its starategic location on the shore of Java sea, for centuries Jakarta has been a meeting point for the different races, cultures and tradition of the hundreds of ethnic groups that compose Indonesia. In the city, centuries-old traditions live amidst towering modern skyscraper, where a wide range of leisure options and business opportunities lure visitors each year. There’s shopping in the many glittering malls, a unique gastronomics adventure to try, historical sites to visit and natural wonders to explode.
The dynamic capital city has various and modern MICE facilities. It has a total 0f 920,327 sqm of meeting and exhibition hall, 3 millions sqm of shopping malls, 32,552 hotel rooms and 2,011 restaurants. The megapolitan ith population of 9 million is also known for its historical places, cultural heritage, various entertaintment and sport facilities and vibrant night life. All of those giving a range of interesting destinations after conferences or for incentive program. Jakarta keeps on developing and infrastructures in order to attract  the worlds attention to hold some international events. In this way, it is obvious that the government is trying to develop Jakarta equal to other big cities in the word. 

Jakarta has its own Betawi culture, which this influences reached the city shores over the centuries. A long process of selectively borrowing and uniquely blending Chinese, Arabian, Portuguese, and Dutch elements with native ingenuity has produces the colorful face of genuine Jakarta.