Indonesia Is Ready Held ASPAC 2014
|Posted by Gede Wahyu on Sat May 03, 2014|
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Indonesia continues to assert itself on being home to special interest activities in the world of tourism. One is to present an international cross-country event titled Wonderful Adventure Indonesia, Asia Pacific Hash (WAI ASPAC 2014). These activities will take place on May 8 to 13, 2014 and expected to draw about 2,000 travelers cross-country adventure sports enthusiasts from 18 countries.
Location WAI activities: ASPAC 2014 will be held in some places that is a popular tourist destination in Indonesia. Bali, Lombok, Labuan Bajo and Komodo Island will become an arena for cross-country enthusiasts activities to try out and enjoy nature and Indonesian hospitality.
The 18 countries that register their hasher for the Asia Pacific hash ( ASPAC) in 2014, they are Australia, Austria, Brunei Darussalam, China, Denmark, the Netherlands, England, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines , Singapore, Taiwan, United States, and England.
Lodging in Bali, event WAI: ASPAC 2014 held on May 8 to 11, 2014. Would be something unique in the opening ceremony, all the participants will use a red colored women's clothing. In addition, there will also be a fundraiser proceeds going to the temple, orphanage, or banjar in Bali.
During hasher in Bali will visit and explore the Sanur Beach (Denpasar), Sangeh (Badung regency), the Heroes Cemetery Margarana (Tabanan), Tampaksiring (Gianyar), and Goa Lawah (Klungkung). Route of the three variations, which is 5 kilometers, 7 kilometers, and 12 kilometers.
Lover cross-country walk or often called hasher is a growing demand activities of various countries. They have a penchant for nature and exercise by exploring the countryside to look for a unique experience while traveling. It is advantageous for Indonesia's tourism industry is their tendency to stay longer at a destination.
For example, the hasher who reached 2,000 participants in the WAI: ASPAC 2014 will long stay in Bali for up to three weeks with an average expenditure during the tour reached 3,000 U.S. dollars per tourist. Hasher that will be visited natural tourist destinations, historical relics, enjoying traditional cuisine, to stay at people's homes.
Indonesia with this event WAI: The 2014 ASPAC attempt to repeat the success of a similar event, the International Hash at Borobudur in Central Java in 2012. Activity is fully supported by the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, and involve the relevant local government.
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