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Nikko Bali News - May 2009


Bali Security Award

Nikko Bali Resort and Spa proudly accepted the honor of having a Gold Certificate for Security and Safety from the Bali Area Police Department after the standard verification done in February 2009. With the highest score of 99.26 from 100, this has been an impressive work of the resort’s security team maintaining the security and safety for all the guests and staff.

The evaluation is done every 2 years based on the effectiveness of the security equipments, facilities, software system and the staff training. Held at Inna Grand Bali Beach Sanur, the award presentation was attended by the senior members of the police, government, consulates, representative of PHRI and the representatives of the hotel industry. During his welcoming speech, the representative of POLDA mentioned that out of the many hotels, resorts & villas that underwent the evaluation, this year, they proudly announced that 53 hotels have received the Gold Certificate with Nikko Bali Resort & Spa at the top rank.

This proofs that Nikko Bali Resort & Spa has given high efforts ensuring the safety and security with maintaining the best quality of security equipments, software system and providing extensive training for its security team. The award is dedicated to the resort’s security team who dedicated themselves to the quality of the resort’s security and safety.


Bali Open GOlf Tournament

Following up the success of the last 3 golfing events, Nikko Bail Resort & Spa proudly announce that the 4th tournament will be held on June 6th, 2009 at Bali Golf & Country Club Nusa Dua. Expecting the great weather in June, it will be an exiting day for golfing enthusiasts. With callaway scoring system and great prizes featured for the hole-in-one of Nissan Livina X-Gear and Ford Escape, return tickets Denpasar – Tokyo – Denpasar and accommodation at Hotel Nikko Tokyo for 2 persons. More…

The registration will begin at 11.00AM followed by a light lunch at the Club House and tee off at 01.00PM. Joining fee for this tournament is Rp 1,400,000.00 net per person, covering the playing charges also entitled players to the lunch, drinks during the tournament and official golf tournament give away.

Pre dinner cocktail party will await the players at hole 19 where they can unwind after the tournament. The prize awards dinner will then be held at Graha Sawangan ballroom of Nikko Bali Resort & Spa featuring an international menu and free flow beverages.  Other great prizes will also be waiting during the dinner from a return ticket and accommodation at Hotel Nikko Kuala Lumpur, hotel vouchers for Hotel Nikko Tianjin, China and Hotel Nikko Jakarta, a stylish outdoor furniture set, a mattress set and more valuable prizes.

For further information and registration, please contact Ms. Iva or Mr. Taufik at tel: +62 (361) 773377, fax: +62 (361) 773388 or email to and

The Ascension Day of Jesus Christ – May 21

The Gospels state that Jesus rose from the dead on Sunday. All the Gospels portray Jesus' empty tomb. In Matthew, an angel appears near the tomb of Jesus and announces his resurrection to Mary Magdalene and "another Mary" who had arrived to anoint the body (Matthew 28:1–10). Jewish elders bribe the soldiers who had guarded the tomb to spread the rumor that Jesus' disciples took his body.[77] In Luke, there are two angels (Luke 24:4), and in Mark the angel appears as a youth dressed in white (Mark 16:5). The "longer ending" to Mark states that on the morning of his resurrection, Jesus first appeared to Mary Magdalene (Mark 16:9). John states that when Mary looked into the tomb, two angels asked her why she was crying; and as she turned round she initially failed to recognize Jesus until he spoke her name (John 20:11–18).
The Gospels all record appearances by Jesus, including an appearance to the eleven. In Mark, Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene, to two disciples in the country, and to the eleven, at which point Jesus commissions them to announce the gospel, baptize, and work miracles. In Matthew, Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene and to the eleven on a mountain, at which points he commissions them to enlist followers, baptize, and teach what Jesus taught. Although his own mission and his disciples' missions had been to the Jews, here he sends the eleven to the whole world (see Great Commission). In Luke, he appears to two disciples in the country and to the eleven. He proves to them that he has a body, opens their minds to understand the scripture about the Messiah, and directs them to wait in Jerusalem until they are invested with power. In John, Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene and to the eleven. He demonstrates his physical reality to doubting Thomas. Later he appears to seven disciples who are fishing, and finally talks with Peter, foretelling Peter's death and assigning him the principal role as shepherd of the new community.

In Mark and Luke, Jesus ascends to the heavens after these appearances. In Luke, Jesus ascends on Easter Sunday evening when he is with his disciples. In Mark, Jesus' Ascension to heaven, where he sits at God's right hand, is said to have taken place but not described as a visible event. John implies the Ascension without describing it.

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