Hotel Grand Nikko, Nusa Dua Bali
Experience a world of personal hospitality at the Grand Nikko Bali in Nusa Dua. This 5-star resort hotel offers stunning views of the Indian Ocean from its position atop a 40-metre cliff. Traditional Balinese warmth combined with attentive and refined services makes it an ideal choice for a serene getaway.
For leisure, dining and shopping options, Bali Collection is 3 kms from the Resort with a FREE shuttle service. The white sandy beaches of Nusa Dua are also 3 kms away, whilst the surfing beaches of Kuta /Legian are 20 kms away. Further along the coast, water sports abound in Tanjung Benoa.
Facilities and Services
Address: Jalan Raya Nusa Dua Selatan, PO BOX 18 Nusa Dua 80363, Bali – Indonesia
Phone: +62 361 773 377
Bahasa Indonesia is the national and official language in the entire country. It is the language of official communication, taught in schools and spoken on television. Most Indonesians today speak at least two languages or more, Bahasa Indonesia and their local language, of which Indonesia counts more than 300 regional languages.
The official language of the conference is English.
The dress code for the conference is formal and smart casual attire. We encourage participants to dress up for the Gala Dinner.
All meals provided throughout the conference would be HALAL. If you have special dietary requirements, please indicate this when registering online.
11 countries and territories are eligible for a “Visa Free” facility. Those holding valid passports from the following countries will be granted a non-extendable 30 day Visa-Free Short Visit Permit upon arrival at an Indonesian international gateway without charge:
1. Brunei Darussalam
3. Hong Kong SAR
4. Macau SAR
Nationals of the 64 countries who are going on holiday, business and/or attending conventions, social or cultural visits are allowed to stay in Indonesia for 30 days and can extend for 1 time for 30 days. Visa on arrival are issued upon arrival at the airport’s ‘International Gateway’.
For more information, please visit:
*the conference committee is not liable for wrongful information. Please check with the Indonesian Embassies/Consulates directly for confirmation.
The Indonesian Rupiah is also called IDR. Information of daily exchange rate can be found in newspapers or from the net. Some Indonesian banks provide this on their websites. IDR and US$ are the most acceptable currencies. Most tourism resorts have money changer facilities. When you are traveling to remote areas, it is advisable to exchange your money and clear your cheques. Credit cards are only acceptable in big hotels, restaurants, shops and traveling agencies.
Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport, also known as the Denpasar International Airport, is the only airport in Bali.
The airport is located about 16.1 km from Hotel Grand Nikko. The travel takes approximately 22 minutes depending on traffic conditions.
An airport tax of IDR150,000 is levied by airports on departing passengers on international flights and IDR25,000 for those on domestic routes.
Electric power supply is 220 volts in all regions. So be careful with your 110-volt electronic equipment. The sockets will only fit with two pins rounded-tip plugs (technically known as Type C, E, and F) or use adaptors.
Most hotels and many restaurants in town provide internet connections or free Wi-Fi.
Bali has a tropical climate with year round temperatures averaging 31 C. High humidity can be expected during the wet season between the months of October – April. It is advisable to wear light pieces of clothings.
Bali is in the GMT +8 time zone
In case of emergencies, please refer to the following:
|Police – General Emergencies:||Tel: 110 / 112 (SMS 1717)|
|Ambulance and Rescue:||Tel: 118|
|Medical Emergencies:||Tel: 119|
|Tourist Police (Bali):||Tel: (0361) 754 599 / (0361) 224 111|
For more information, please visit: http://indonesia.travel/en/destination/73/bali
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