Mount Agung Alert Level Downgraded

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The alert level for the Mount Agung volcano has been downgraded from level four to level three.

Mount Agung activity has decreased steadily over past 6 days says Centre for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation spokesman Mr. Kasbani. The evacuation zone surrounding Mount Agung has been reduced – now only six villages within the red zone.

Centre for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation spokesman says he hopes Mount Agung activity will continue to decrease. Evacuees from areas other than 6 affected villages will be advised of Mount Agung status change & assisted by BPBD to return if they desire. Mr. Kasbani says Mount Agung status downgrade is purely as a result of decrease in volcano activity and not other pressure, therefore anything outside the new 6-7.5 kilometre exclusion zone – including the holy Besakih temple – is now safe.

Centre for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation will continue to monitor Mount Agung activity and subsequently downgrade the level further until back to normal.

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Ministry of Tourism Establishes Hospitality Task Force To Keep Public Fully Informed on Mount Agung

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Bali Island is an earthly paradise, thanks to the its tropical landscapes, its white sandy beaches, the tormented beauty of its Hindu temples and its inhabitants’ reputation for kindness and tolerance. The Balinese people and the Alaya Hotels & Resorts family appreciate the many visitors who come each day and significantly contribute to the island’s economy. In saying this, we do hope that you will continue to enjoy the genuine hospitality and facilities provided by our resort with relative peace of mind.

Meanwhile, a Bali Tourism Hospitality Task Force has been formed to fill the role of providing accurate and reliably sourced information on developments impacting on tourism as the leading sector of the Balinese economy.

Established initially to meet the pressing need for reliable reports in connection with potential threat posed by the sudden increase in volcanic activity on Mount Agung, the Task Force operates under the auspices of Indonesian Ministry of Tourism with the head of Bali’s Provincial Tourism Office, AA Yuniartha, serving as ex-office chairman and the head of the Bali Tourism Board, Ida Bagus Agung Partha Adnyana acting as vice chairman.

In order to facilitate access on the broadest possible basis among tourism stakeholders, the Bali Task Force members are drawn from all tourism organizations, major government agencies and key players in the Island’s robust tourism industry.

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Batik as Indonesian’s Identity – Let’s Colour Indonesia with Batik

By alaya Uncategorized

2 October is celebrated as Indonesia’s National Batik Day, a form of appreciation towards another form of appreciation by the UNESCO towards the magnificence of Batik, as it has been acknowledged by the organization as one of the “Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity” on 2 October 2009, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Alaya Hotels & Resorts, as a professional hospitality management company that is inspired by Indonesia, also celebrate the amazing cultural achievement that is Batik in our own way. Our employees—spread across 3 Hotels in 3 major cities in Bali—were wear Batik on that day to show that we are proud of Batik, we are proud of Indonesia, and we are proud to become a part of the day that celebrates Batik!

Additionally, our employees also wear Batik as work attire on every Fridays. Alaya Hotels & Resort highly appreciate Batik as one of Indonesia’s proudest cultural identity!



Alaya Hotels and Resorts is a premier accommodation brand that selects distinct destinations for its properties. The company’s mission is to merge a new generation of hospitality and refined service standards with classic contemporary interiors and innovative space. Alaya properties are well appreciated by millennial couples and families who thirst for interesting travel opportunities and personalized experiences. Alaya Resort Ubud and Alaya Resort Jembawan were designed by Perth-based architects Grounds Kent, an award-winning firm responsible for numerous culturally.

Alaya Hotels and Resorts is managed by AIM Hospitality, a privately held Indonesian-based holding company that operates several successful leisure brands including Tanaya Bed & Breakfast, DaLa Spa, Petani, Manisan, Herb Library and as well as Villa de daun which is set to be transformed and rebranded as Alaya Dedaun Kuta soon in January 2018.

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