What you need to know
Pack your bag, you are going to Bali. But before that make sure you check some of these informations to make your travel runs smoothly
Conference participants who are planning to travel to Indonesia will need to obtain the appropriate visa before their departure. Please check the local Indonesian embassy near you. Some countries are eligible for visa-free entry or visas on arrival. If your country is not on this list then you have to get a visa in advance.
- You need to have a valid passport with minimum of 6 months validity
- An onward or return ticket
Visa Free Countries
Here is the list of countries that can enter Indonesia on Visa Free. The visa-free allows you to stay for maximum 30 days and can’t be extended
- Brunei Darussalam
- The Philippines
What to Pack?
There is some stuff that you should bring to Bali to make your conference more enjoyable. Some of them are sandals, shorts, light clothes, hats, sunglasses, raincoats, light jackets, universal adaptors (Indonesia is using plug type C or F), water bottles, tote bags (most places or shops are not allowed plastic bags), business cards and camera.
Where To Stay
PRIME PLAZA HOTEL
The conference host
SEGARA VILLAGE HOTEL
1.4km from the venue
SRI PHALA RESORT
The closest to the venue
ALIA HOME SANUR
400m to the venue
200m from the venue
SWISS BELL RESORT
2.4 km from the venue
Things to do nearby
The combination of reliable trade winds, warm waters, and wide sandy beaches make Sanur a popular destination for kitesurfing enthusiasts from around the world.
Sanur offers calm and crystal-clear waters, making it a great location for beginners to learn and for experienced paddlers to enjoy the view.
Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan are small island that located 45 minutes boat ride from Sanur.
Whether you want to cycle along the beach promenade or venture further into the town, Sanur offers a variety of cycling routes that cater to different interests
You can jog, cycle, or rollerblade, along the coast of Sanur. The boardwalk offers stunning views of the ocean, with plenty of seating areas to relax and take in the scenery
If you are interested in animal conservation and want to witness the magic of sea turtles, turtle release in Sanur is an experience not to be missed.
There are several yoga studios and retreat centers in Sanur offering a range of classes, from beginner-level to advanced.
CATCH A SUNRISE
The town's east-facing location on Bali's southeastern coast makes it the perfect spot to witness the sunrise over the ocean.
SPA AND MASSAGE
The town is home to several world-class spas and massage parlors, offering a range of treatments, from traditional Balinese massages to luxurious spa packages