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Nikko Bali News - December 2010
 

A GIFT OF GREEN
Nikko Bali Resort and Spa spreads its "go green" campaign to its partners through a unique set of holiday hampers

A Gift of Green

December 2010, Nusa Dua – With the global warming issue on hand, many companies now are opting for more environmentally friendly operations through their products and services. Energy saving, waste management, recycling and much more to support the cause.

Nikko Bali Resort and Spa recently launched their “Nikko Bali Goes Green” campaign to the public. The resort also underwent a ‘green’ assessment by a certified organization that will lead to the world famed Eco Hotel certification. To take their campaign another STEP UP, Nikko Bali Resort and Spa through its endless creativity and innovation, designed a unique set of holiday hampers to be given to their business partners as a year end gift as well as to spread the message to go green to them.

“The boxes are made of a bio-degradable material and they can be re-used as storage boxes or recycling bins for dry wastes such as paper, plastic and cans” explained Jean-Charles Le Coz, the General Manager of Nikko Bali Resort and Spa. To ensure a proper statement, the gifts contained within are selected to represent the campaign as well. “We featured organic products from the island, such as natural soaps and bath powders, and organic produce from one of the neighboring villages.”

Now the associates of Nikko Bali Resort and Spa are going door to door to deliver the message spreading the awareness of going green wishing that hand in hand with our partners, we can make the earth a better place. Nikko Bali Resort and Spa has also recently received the ASEAN Green Hotel Standard award as acknowledgement of the resort’s effort.



CELEBRATING THE CELEBRITIES
Nikko Bali Resort and Spa welcomed 6 talented Japanese celebrities for a tourism program

Japanese Celebrity

NUSA DUA, December 2010 - Television has always been a great attraction for people of all ages. Featuring entertainment and news from around the world, from the day it was introduced, now majority of all the citizens of the world, have access to this "light and sound" box. And, like the classic songs of the early 80's, it 'killed' the radio star and brought about a new generation of celebrities.

Recently, Nikko Bali Resort and Spa hosted 6 of Japan's celebrities namely Masami Hisamoto, Aya Matsuura, Asami Usuda, Yuji Ayabe, Naoki Matayoshi and Dewi Soekarno - the wife of Indonesia's first president, Soekarno. Arriving on Friday, December 3, they visited the Island of the Gods for the shooting of a TV travel program featuring Bali's hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions. As an effort to further introduce Bali to the Japanese market, the show was laid back - most of the shoots were filled with laughter among the crews and talents - yet full of information.

Regardless of the worldwide crisis that went through around the world, Bali still holds its position as the favorite holiday destination for Japanese - and also as a wedding destination. This kind of effort from the media and the tourism industry should be maintained to further promote the island; an effort for the region in the "Visit Indonesia" campaign launched by the ministry of cultural and tourism. A simple effort to take Bali another STEP UP.




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