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Bali Rises, Tracing Tourism Actors Post-Covid-19 Pandemic
Benang October 17, 2021

Bali is gradually rising. This can be seen from the pulsating return of the tourist attraction. It’s not as busy as it used to be, but there are good signs that Bali is being missed again after the pandemic.
“Titian is very happy. The guest has begun to come to Kuta Beach, his wife. We can sell Ice Coud again,” said Ketut Konra while talking to Liputan6.com on Friday (15/10/21). Said.

Pak Konra is one of many happy tourist actors. After being silenced for almost two years by the corona pandemic rage, Bali was reopened by tourists. We hope that more tourists will come, as well as the expectations of players in the hospitality industry on the island called Thousand Temples.

“All layers are already moving for a positive shift. This pandemic has taught us many lessons to focus on quality of service,” said Kuta Four last week. Franklin Kosek, General Manager of Points by Sheraton Bali, said.

Preparation procedure for tourist actors
“Within the Marriott International Group, we are working on a clean program with high standards to regulate hygiene, hygiene and hygiene programs. Some references in this program help us carry out our daily work. It has become our benchmark in. “He said.

“This is reinforced by the recommendations of the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy based on CHSE (Cleanliness, Health, Safety and Environmental Sustainability). The goal is to ensure that visiting guests are in good health so that they can visit with peace of mind. It’s about creating, “Franklin added.

“Our housekeeping also guarantees housing availability. The challenge tends to be a sudden trend in booking times. IKadek Adhista Agus Kusuma, director of Seminyak’s Style W Bali, told reporters last week.

Penetration into the domestic market
Franklin and his staff are trying to focus on the current domestic market with more potential.

On the other hand, he believes that this will bring about another change and attract international tourism by maintaining communication with partners who are currently working in this market.

“We continue to maintain the domestic market. Especially during PPKM, the domestic market is the most potential market. We provide equal service to domestic and foreign customers. Most importantly, staying at the hotel. While doing so, it’s always about satisfying guests without discrimination, “explained Agus Kusuma.