Management and staff of the Alas Kedaton tourist attraction held re-greening activity. If previously they planted sago palm, recently they planted pandanus. “We want to preserve rare plants that will be useful for forest dwellers here as well as for ceremonial purposes,” said Operation Manager of the Alas Kedaton tourist attraction, I Gusti Bagus Suryawan.
According to him, the pandanus tree was contribution from Kukuh residents that were very concerned about the tourist object. “We never cease to arrange the tourist attraction that relies on the fauna like monkeys and flying fox. Our obsession is to beautify the attraction so as to draw more visitors,” he said.
Related to tourist arrival, Bagus Suryawan said the number of tourist arrivals in 2012 showed an increase by 3,425 compared to previous year. In addition to domestic tourists, the attraction was also visited many foreign tourists. (BTN/015)
Although it was not a performing art, a total of 735 Balinese women roasting coffee…