Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Bali Safari & Marine Park Snares Two Awards at Indonesia Travel and Tourism Awards 2015/2016

Bali Safari & Marine Park has added two more prestigious awards to its trophy collection. At the Indonesian Travel and Tourism Awards 2015/2106 (ITTA) held at the Ritz-Carlton Jakarta on Monday, December 14, 2105, the popular animal park in Bali’s Gianyar Regency won honors as “Indonesia’s Leading Theme Park” and “Indonesia’s Leading Tourism Show” for its Bali Agung Show.

The gala awards evening was attended by tourism leaders from across the Nation who saw winners in 48 separate categories vie for honors in what has become the most prized recognition granted to Indonesian tourism operators. Bali Safari & Marine Park’s winning of two awards for 2015/2016 marks the fifth consecutive year for ITTA to so honor the Park and underlines Bali Safari’s unrelenting commitment to remain at the forefront of conservation, education and wholesome family entertainment.

Interviewed at the Jakarta awards ceremony, Mr. William Santoso, General Manager of the Bali Safari & Marine Park, said: “These awards are positive proof that over the eight years of its operation the Bali Safari & Marine Park has always prioritized its leadership position, product quality and excellent service provided by its professional staff. Essentially, these awards are the fruit of excellent cooperation and coordination among all the team members at the Bali Safari & Marine Park. Our team is tireless in the pursuit of innovation and product enhancement – always striving to improve and maintain its leading position in Indonesian tourism. While this is what our team members have achieved, on behalf of Bali Safari & Marine Park, I would also like to also thank those who organized the ITTA awards and the many people who voted for us in the two winning categories.”

The Indonesia Travel and Tourism Awards (ITTA) are given each year to leading Indonesian tour operators. Selection leading to receiving the much-coveted recognition takes place over a three-stage process. First, is an online voting process that saw 41,103 votes cast from 25 countries for the 2015/2016 awards. Second, a qualified board of advisors reviews and evaluates all nominees. And, finally, a survey of all nominees is conducted by the Bina Nusantara University (BINUS).

These awards serve the function of introducing, honoring and celebrating the excellence found in every sector of Indonesia’s vast travel industry. Via the award ceremony, tourism practitioners are reminded of the importance of providing the public with quality services. Tourism, as the second leading source of foreign exchange after Indonesia’s energy sector, is always expected to provide guaranteed levels of quality service to both the Indonesian and international traveler.

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