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Saying ‘Thank You’ to the Island of Bali

Suksma Bali Organizes Island-wide Clean-Up on World Clean-Up Day September 21, 2019

Suksma Bali, a nonprofit organization emanating from Bali’s tourism and hospitality industry, will join World Clean-Up Day with a simultaneous event in 8 regencies and 1 metropolitan area in Bali on September 21, 2019.

Agus Suananda cha, chairman of World Clean-Up Day - Bali 2019 commented: “In order to awaken the consciousness of our society towards cleanliness in Bali, ‘Suksma Bali’ has initiated a simultaneous Clean-Up Day set for the 21st of September 2019 in 8 regencies and 1 city on Bali. The aims are merely to lead by example, celebrate the essence of cleanliness, and to respect and thank Mother Nature that has provided us with such natural wealth."

Teaming up with a number of Bali tourism stakeholder organizations, including  the Bali Tourism Board (GIPI), The Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI), Indonesian Hotel General Managers Association (IHGMA), Bali Hotel Association (BHA), Bali Villa Association BVA, Ubud Hotel Association (UHA), Ubud Hotel Sales Association (UHSA), and local environmental groups.

From 7:00 am until 9:00 am on Saturday, September 21, 2019, Suksma Bali will launch AN island-wide clean-up in all 8 regencies of Bali and its capital of Denpasar.

About Suksma Bali

Suksma Bali’s name is derived from Balinese word meaning ‘Thank You’ – the name of an organization resolved to thank Bali for its many natural gifts that allow it to thrive as a world-class tourism destination.

In the future, Suksma Bali seeks to strengthen relationship with the society of Bali as a whole. Suksma Bali wants both the public and private sectors to increasingly bE Aware and conscious of the central role played by Balinese culture in the Island’s tourism industry.

Suksma Bali is chaired by I Gusti Agung Ngurah Darma Suyasa, cha.

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