Citadines Berawa Beach Bali Holds Beach Cleanup on Berawa Beach

Citadines Berawa Beach Bali Holds Beach Cleanup on Berawa Beach

Like combat troops, all staff and employees of Citadines Berawa Beach Bali conjured up Berawa Beach at Tibubeneng Village, North Kuta subdistrict, Badung, to be cleaner and more beautiful. They hunted for trash, especially plastic waste. On that occasion, they also released 200 heads of Banggai Cardinalfish fingerlings on Berawa Beach which involved the media, local community, and all employees of Citadines Berawa Beach Bali. “This is part of Citadines Berawa Beach Bali in caring for the environment,” said General Manager, Bogank Serpiyadi, on Friday (Feb 10).         

The activity was done in series of commemoration of the second anniversary of Citadines Berawa Beach Bali which is indeed celebrated in a special way. Banggai Cardinalfish is a protected fish species and belongs to the category of endangered species due to damage to its microhabitat. The fingerling release activity did not only support the government’s commitment to protecting biological resources and the environment, but also gave a sense of belonging to the local community to always keep Berawa Beach clean.

The activity with the theme “Denoting the Beauty of Endek” focused on sustainability and preservation of Balinese woven fabrics, namely endek. Endek woven fabric is a Balinese traditional woven fabric having been a part of Balinese society for generations. Citadines Berawa Beach Bali, one of the properties of The Ascott Limited (Ascott) has always cared about the environment.

Citadines Berawa Beach Bali also supports local artists and craftsmen to preserve Balinese culture by embracing Small, Micro and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). Besides, the hotel also provides knowledge of Balinese culture for guests with the hope that Citadines Berawa Beach Bali can help preserve Balinese culture and the economy of traditional craftsmen. “We invite endek cloth craftsmen, wood sculptors and native painters to Bali who are presented in the hotel lobby so that hotel guests are able to see firsthand the process of weaving endek clothes or maybe they want to buy the products directly,” he said.

Bogank Serpiyadi admitted that he is very happy to be able to celebrate the second anniversary by carrying out activities that are beneficial to the surroundings, not only for the community but also for the environment. “As an expression of gratitude, we distributed food packages to 100 heads of family in need at Tibubeneng Village,” he added. The event was closed by giving awards to travel agencies who have collaborated and established good relations with Citadines Berawa Beach Bali. (BTN/015)

Anin Eka

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