Bali pro realty News – Saudi Arabian King Salman will come to Bali – King of Saudi Arabia Salman bin Abdulazis Al Saud will be on a vacation in Bali during his state visit to Indonesia on March 1-9, 2017, according to Tourism Minister Arief Yahya. During the issue the King will visit in Bali at March 4th, 2017, They will rent 7 five star hotel at Nusa Dua Areal ( BTDC ) .
Yahya noted in a statement made available to Antaranews here on Thursday that the Saudi king’s vacation in the Indonesian island resort of Bali will help to boost the tourism there. The profile and popularity of Bali are believed to rise sharply following the arrival of an influential global figure, such as King Salman of Saudi Arabia.
After the limited cabinet meeting, Minister/Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung remarked that the Saudi Arabian King will visit Indonesia with an entourage of about 1.5 thousand members, including 10 ministers and 25 princes. During the first three days, King Salman is scheduled to undertake an official state visit, while he and his entourage will be on vacation in Bali for the next six days. ( Sources : Antara news )
Saudi Arabian King Salman will come to Bali
Indonesia is seeking closer ties with Saudi Arabia with plans for a special reception to welcome King Salman and his entourage to Jakarta for a state visit that is also expected to spur investment. Jakarta expects the visit may bring US$25 billion worth of investment from Saudi investors. The meeting is historic for both of the Muslim-majority countries, ( sources : Thejakartapost )
According to him, the King Salman’s entourage will stay at the area of Bali Tourism Development Corporation (BTDC) in Nusa Dua. However, his office has yet to receive information on what hotel would they stay at or the locations they would visit in the island.
The aim of the meeting between King Salman with President Joko Widodo is to increase the bilateral partnership between Saudi Arabia and Indonesia. The two will also discussed partnerships in various sectors. King Salman is planned to visit Indonesia on March 1-9, with 1,500 personnel which include 10 ministers and 25 princes. ( sources : Tempo )