Phil J Reid has nearly 20 years of experience working in the hospitality business, in London, Melbourne, Madrid and Jakarta. He now occupies the position of General Manager of Mercure Bali Legian. Supported by an energetic and dynamic team, Phil J. Reid will be able to turn this outstanding hotel into the best hotel in Bali.
Mercure Bali Legian is an important flagship hotel managed by AccorHotels. “Supported by a great team, this fantastic hotel product with a remarkable brand and lots of experience in the industry, I am very optimistic about being able to bring Mercure Bali Legian to the top of the hotel competition in Bali” said Reid.
Ni Putu Tirka Widanti, also known as Ibu Ika, is the founder of Kul-Kul Foundation back in 2007. She is now leading the role as President of Yayasan Kul-Kul where her main responsibility will be to ensure that the vision and mission of the School is preserved and is in-line with the provisions of the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia.
Ibu Ika’s professional experiences in education, community service and public administration are extensive. From producing research papers, lecturing at a number of universities in Indonesia, to chairing the Public Administration Post Graduate Program of University of Ngurah Rai in Denpasar; she is now the chairman for Administration Science Post Graduate Program of Ngurah Rai University.
The ethics of dressing includes the one for temple prayers are increasingly abandoned in line with the swift influence of fashion trends. Nowadays, many young people and adults have left the etiquette of dressing properly. It was expressed by the Head of the Gianyar Tourism Office, A.A. Ari Bagus Brahmanta.
Hindu community in Bali has a unique tradition in expressing gratitude to Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa, God Almighty. They realize it through the offerings or silent language. Thus, the speech can be maintained because all speeches can produce anything like happiness, sorrow, death and patience.
One of the offerings as an expression of the gratitude is Bagia Pula Kerti. This paraphernalia is categorized into the quite big ritual and usually carried out when holding a large ceremony such as melaspas, ngenteg linggih and mupuk pedagingan that is always filled in with mecaru or animal sacrifice. Bagia Pula Kerti is usually put into in a large pottery with banten bebangkit as a symbol of rwa bhineda or basic dualism.
In tourism industry, Dewa Ayu Diah Suryandari is no longer a stranger. This beautiful woman with sweet smile has owned a wealth of experiences in tourism especially in the world of hospitality since 1997. “I really love this job because giving the best services to guests is a major task,” she said calmly.
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