G20 summit in Bali, Delegates will be invited to Lombok
G20 summit in Bali, Delegates will be invited to Lombok

Lombok, Bjorak.com – The holding of the G20 summit in Bali was not only positively received by tourism stakeholders on the island of the gods.

The chairman of the West Nusa Tenggara Indonesian Travel Association (ASITA), Dewantoro Umbu Joka, said the big event could also have an impact on the NTB tourism sector, which is close to Bali.

“This meeting was attended by 20 developed countries, and this must be very positive for the image of Indonesia’s tourism, including NTB.” “In fact, NTB as a buffer zone will definitely get splashed by this activity,” said Umbu on Saturday, November 5, 2022.

Therefore, his party will take advantage of the momentum of holding the G20 to prepare tour packages around tourist villages for the delegates. “We invite the delegates through the G20 Presidency Committee in Bali to come to Lombok,” he said.

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According to Umbu, ASITA NTB will write to the National Police Headquarters, including communicating with ASITA Bali to schedule representatives of the 20 delegates to come to Lombok.

“The guests representing the 20 delegations can tour around Lombok before returning to their respective countries,” he said.

Asita NTB has prepared a number of tourist destinations for the G20 delegates to visit, such as the Mandalika Special Economic Zone, Senggigi, the three Gilis, and the tourist village of Sade.

“We prepare a package to go to Mandalika, then Senggigi, Sade, and Gili Trawangan,” said Umbu.

A number of these destinations are leading NTB destinations. For example, the Mandalika SEZ is a special economic tourism area with a variety of interesting tourist objects, such as the Mandalika Circuit, Kuta Beach, Seger Beach, Tanjung Aan Beach, and the exotic Sade tourist village.

The G20 delegation can also visit three islands, namely Gili Trawangan, Gili Air, and Gili Meno, which offer beautiful marine tourism potential. Not to forget Senggigi, which has stunning marine views and a variety of tourist facilities suitable for relaxing.

The G20 Summit is scheduled for November 15–16, 2022, in Bali. The Indonesian government estimates that there will be 12,750 delegates from various levels, including journalists, who will attend. Their presence is not only expected to have an impact on the tourism sector in Bali but also on NTB.


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