For those who are used to living at De Klumpu Bali Eco Tradi, they will remember the experience of exploring the countryside with beautiful rice fields and very interesting community activities. That is because the accommodation located at Undisan Village, Tembuku, Bangli, has tourist attractions such as trekking and cycling which are the advantages of the resort located in the rice fields. The attractive ones are not the bikes, but the unique paths, namely passing through the still beautiful countryside and the cultural activities of the people are still very strong. Thus, it is very sweet to explore it or just transit.
De Klumpu Bali Eco Tradi offers a variety of services and facilities designed to provide comfort and convenience for guests. A 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi access in all rooms, 24-hour security, daily housekeeping and fireplace are on the list of things guests can enjoy. More interestingly, the rooms are designed to provide an optimal level of comfort with comfortable decorations and amenities such as free welcome drink, mirror, slippers and towels. Guests also have access to yoga room, outdoor swimming pool, spa, massage and garden at hotel.
Naturally, De Klumpu Bali Eco Tradi is an excellent choice for travelers to explore Bali or to simply relax and rejuvenate. The area is also very popular for cycling, and the property provides bicycle and car rental. One of the interesting activities is trekking that will take guests to explore the really cool countryside. “Since the implementation of Public Activity Restrictions (PPKM) of Emergency to Level 4 currently, the activities at De Klumpu Bali Eco Tradi since July 4, 2021 until now are only caring for gardens and property,” said Operations Manager, Pande Putu Kariawan, recently.
During the public activity restriction, a total of 24 staff and employees only work in shifts to carry out cleaning activities in the hotel area, arranging gardens and replacing damaged plants and adding new plants. Likewise, they also take care of the bicycles used by tourists to explore the village when tourism was still normal. “When there is no visit, we can only maintain and care for the accommodation along with all the facilities. We mostly work without salary because there is no income. For the maintenance costs, we have sold several assets such as cars,” he said resignedly.
Kariawan hoped that the government can balance the interests of health and the economy by opening up Bali tourism to the international community. Of course, it must be followed by living a new era of life by implementing strict health protocols, so that there is no increase in Covid-19 cases, instead it decreases and disappears. The implementation of public activity restriction is indeed good for suppressing cases, but the community’s economy is also depressed. “We do hope that there will be no public activity restriction for the next series, and tourism will soon be opened with a tightening of the health protocol,” he hoped. (BTN/015)