4 Destinations to be Visited by G20 Summit Delegates

Destinations in Denpasar to be Visited by G20 Summit Delegates – A total of four destinations in Denpasar, Bali, will be visited by G20 Summit delegates. The locations are Serangan Island, Denpasar, Bali.

“Bapeda chose the locations for the delegation’s visit, namely Sakenan Temple, Asy-Syuhada Mosque, (TCEC) Serangan, and BTID Kura-Kura Bali. The plan is that they will visit on November 13, 2022, in the afternoon, for the duration of the visit may only be 15 minutes in each place,” said the Head of the Denpasar City Tourism Office, Dezire Mulyani.

According to her, the location on Serangan Island was chosen by the G20 delegation because it is a historical urban landscape area and is related to the UNESCO program. The delegation visited Sakenan Temple to see what culture and inter-religious harmony are like in the area.

Meanwhile, the attraction of TCEC Serangan, said Dezire, is closely related to the issue of environmental preservation and wants to show Serangan Island has a long-established TCEC. Then, the delegates will see the specialty of BTID Kura-Kura Bali from several facilities that will be built in that place.

“The Asy-Syuhada Mosque has a historical urban landscape that also has a history from the 1800s and there is also an inscription there. Later, the delegates who come will be explained about the story behind the place through digital information in the form of a QR code,” he said, Tuesday (8/11/2022).

Asked about the delegation participants from which countries will visit, Dezire explained, until now his party is still waiting for further information from the central government because these activities are mostly handled by the center.

He also said that each of these points can accommodate approximately 20-100 people. Meanwhile, in terms of preparation, the four points are ready to be visited, both in terms of cleanliness, community support for the success of the G20 Summit activities, and others.

“With this visit, hopefully, they (delegates) can bring a message to their respective countries that there is a historical urban landscape located not far from the airport. Then it has important historical value and environmental preservation is also high,” he said.

So that the success of these activities, it will provide added value to Denpasar tourism and generally Bali. As well as opening the eyes of the world that Bali is ready to be visited.

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