Magnificent Venue Bali
Bali has developed into a world of its own. It captures not only what is special about Indonesia, but embodies a unique spirit that can only be found on the island.
As one of the most magnificent islands in Indonesia - offering countless natural beauties like its famous white sand beaches - Bali has become a popular tourist destination in Asia. The uniqueness of its Hindu culture is ubiquitous in day-to-day life; it is echoed in the temples and palaces, the arts and crafts centers, the countless ceremonies, the festivals, the traditional dances and the distinctive tune of the gamelan
With more than 60 international and domestic airlines operating at the Ngurah Rai Bali International Airport, this beautiful island is just a flight away from anywhere in the world.
Bali weather has 2 seasons - dry and wet - though you can expect
mostly warm and humid days throughout the year. The dry season is from May to
September. This offers sunny days and an average temperature of 31°C.
Most consider the mid-year period to be the best time to go to Bali. You can expect a good balance between sun, sand and surf during the time. The wet season is October to April, with occasional downpours and overcast skies. The windy months are between June and August, which Bali locals often refer to as the kite season, when the skies are dotted with colourful traditional Balinese kites.
Surfers love the waves at Nusa Lembongan near Nusa Penida. These islands are a 45 minutes boat trip from Nusa Dua or from Sanur. At Nusa Penida's south western coast are the Manta Point and the Malibu point where divers can swim with Travally, big rays, and even sharks. Kelingking Beach, Atuh beach and Broken beach among the most famous spots of Nusa Penida. The best dive spots can be located at Menjangan island, with its reef flat, anchor wreck, eel garden and caves to explore. Located in the western part of Bali, you can enjoy the rare sight of deer swimming near the beach. Pemutaran is also famous for its diving activities renowned for reef conservation. Try exploring or trekking the West Bali National Park, where you may get up close and personal with Bali’s rich flora and fauna, such as Jalak Bali or the Bali Starling. Bali offers first-class adrenaline-pumping white water rafting down the spectacular Ayung River by Ubud. If you enjoy cycling, Ubud and its surrounding is a wonderful town to bike around. There are also good cycling paths at Uluwatu in the south.
The many temples around Bali celebrate their anniversaries once every 6 Gregorian months according to the 210-day Balinese calendar. That means you'll most likely stumble across a lively ceremony during your visit. Towering colourful fruit offerings, decorated shrines and lively processions are all ready for your camera. Rites of passage, even death, is a festive sight as ngaben cremations or pelebon for royalties, is a sight to behold with towering effigies are carried to the funeral pyre.
Most people who have been to Bali will agree that the Balinese are the friendliest people. Making new friends is easier here than anywhere else, as locals are often interested in engaging in a conversation with anyone, including tourists. Their friendliness and genuine warmth have made tourists feel at home for decades.
Balinese cuisine is the traditional cuisine of the Balinese people from the island of Bali. Balinese cuisine is one of the most complex cuisines in the world. Uses an incredible variety of spices, mixed with fresh vegetables, meat, and fish. This dish is part of Indonesian cuisine, it shows native traditions, as well as influences from other regional Indonesian, Chinese and Indian cuisines. The island's population is predominantly Hindu and its culinary traditions are somewhat different to other regions of Indonesia, with festivals and religious celebrations including many special foods prepared as offerings, as well as other dishes consumed communally during the celebrations.
BNDCC is located at the very epicenter of Bali's premier luxury destination - The Nusa Dua ITDC complex. This multi-million-dollar complex hosts 19 of the world’s leading 5-star hotel brands offering a combined 7,500 opulent rooms, the acclaimed Bali National Golf Club, an international hospital, a performing arts theater, galleries, temples and an array of enticing dining options will leave guests spoiled for choice. Seamless white-sand beaches, stunning natural landscape and spectacular limestone cliffs.
An exceptional venue for participants in theater capacity. It offers a total of 44 multi-functional, flexible rooms including the bigger and sub divisible halls of 4,400 sq.m Nusa Dua Hall, 1,770 sq.m Pecatu Hall, 1,734 sq.m Singaraja Hall or 920 sq.m Tanjung Benoa Hall.
Our Nusa Dua Hall with 4,400 sq.m and 9 m ceiling height provides extra flexible space, it can be converted into 5 smaller separate rooms to suit your needs or enable you to hold different functions simultaneously. This versatility gives you options to accommodate any kind of events, plenary session, welcome reception, exhibition and others. Also, it is located on Ground Floor area and has sufficient loading docks area to create an easy access preparation.
Prepare your most exclusive meeting in one of our 17 fully equipped meeting rooms of various sizes, which spread over 2 levels and offer a range of audio-visual and technical features. These rooms are ideal for breakout sessions, intimate luncheons, dinners, refreshment, press conference and also numerous specifically designed spaces suitable for small exhibitions.
Our spacious lobby areas can accommodate any type of activity within your event. Each lobby can be functioned as reception venue, exhibition area, networking space, registration area, luncheon or to throw a cocktail reception.Book Your Accommodation