PHM Hotels welcome the plan to open tourism in Bali for foreign tourists by participating in the Bali and Beyond Travel Fair (BBTF) 2021 at The Nusa Dua, Bali. The BBTF was organized by the Association of Indonesian Tours and Travel Agencies (ASITA) on June 10-11, 2021. The event was attended by the Deputy for Tourism Products and Activities Organizers of the Tourism and Creative Economy Agency, Rizky Handayani Mustafa.
The BBTF activity was carried out in accordance with health protocols and attended by 145 sellers from various regions in Indonesia. “At that time, PHM Hotels re-promoted leading tourist destinations and products in Bali and other regions in Indonesia face-to-face and virtually to the international market as an effort to encourage the recovery of Bali and national tourism after the Covid-19 pandemic,” said Director of Brand & Creative of PHM Hotels, Marcia Amandary, on Saturday (Jun 12).
By participating in the business-to-business meeting in the national and international tourism industry, PHM Hotels also plays an important role in conveying information and education to the Indonesian people and partners abroad. PHM Hotels has implemented government policies to support economic improvement in Indonesia, especially tourism.
In July 2020, PHM Hotels launched the PHM-AmanSafe program to ensure that health protocols are always implemented to provide the highest level of safety and hygiene for guests and employees. “All hotels under the management of PHM Hotels have been certified for Cleanliness, Health, Safety and Environmental Sustainability (CHSE) and employees have completed the vaccination program,” she added.
The Haven Bali Seminyak, The Haven Suites Bali Berawa, THE 1O1 Bali Fontana Seminyak and FRii Bali Echo Beach, posing the members of the PHM Hotel group network in Bali, are ready to welcome domestic and foreign guests, both those who want to vacation or organize activities like Meeting, Incentive, Conference and Exhibition (MICE) pursuant to directions given by the government.
PHM Hotels provides a variety of products and tour packages that are very attractive for domestic tourists, especially in welcoming the school holidays in June/July 2021. “We are also to meet the needs of Work from Bali (WFB) activities for those in need. Hopefully, the opening of Bali tourism in the near future will be carried out smoothly. Thus, tourism in Bali will rise soon and the economic recovery will be realized soon,” she hoped. (BTN/015)