Approximately 300 employees of Bali Safari participated in the Covid-19 vaccination activity on Saturday (Apr 3). The activity took place at 8:00 to 12:00 Central Indonesian Time. “With this vaccination, we hope to provide a sense of security for the visiting tourists. This vaccination is a collaboration between the Bali Safari and the Gianyar District Government,” said Operations Manager of Bali Safari, Ketut Suardana.
The number of Bali Safari employees is around 600 people, so that the vaccination will be divided into two stages. “We hope that the vaccination will provide a sense of comfort and safety for visitors because all of our employees have been vaccinated,” he added.
Despite having been vaccinated, Bali Safari still applies health protocols for all visitors and employees. All must comply with 3M (wear a mask, keep distance, and wash hands) while in the Bali Safari Park area. Visitors must also check their body temperature before entering the Bali Safari gate. This is done for the safety and comfort of the visitors. “We want to create a tourist destination that is truly conducive to employees and visitors. During the pandemic like today, nothing is more important than the safety and comfort of visitors by preventing the spread of the Covid-19 virus. That is our commitment at the Taman Safari Indonesia Group for people who want to #timetosafari,” explained Ketut Suardana.
In addition to providing a sense of comfort and safety, Bali Safari Park also launched attractive promotion for Balinese who have a Balinese Identity Card. Residents with a Bali ID card can get 1 free ticket for purchasing 1 ticket. However, this promo only applies to visitors who book directly through our reservation number, namely 0822-474-7900 and we have also opened the Night Safari every Saturday and Sunday as well as national holidays,” said Marketing Manager of Bali Safari, Inneke Ficianirum, accompanying Suardana. (BTN/015)