After a gap of nearly 7 years, Outward Boundģ Indonesian will recommence in December 2004 its highly successful program of 10-day courses for Singapore youth.
Recently, a four-person team from Outward Boundģ Singapore visited Bali to review the facilities and proposed program which will include abseiling, high-rope activities, trekking in the Payangan area of Ubud, a 4-day expedition to a mountains in Bedugul, and a 2 day-home stay with a Balinese family in one of the banjars near Payangan.
The Singapore Outward Boundģ Overseas Youth Program in Indonesia was held previously at the organization's facility in Jatiluhur, West Java, from 1993-1997 and was cited with an award from Singapore's Prime Minister, Mr. Goh Chok Tung. Unfortunately, despite the overwhelming popularity of the course, the program was suspended in 1998 due to concerns for civil unrest.
The recommencement of this program for Singapore youth in at Bali's Outward Boundģ is yet another sign of Bali tourism's recovery.
Outward Boundģ has recently opened a Bali center of operations offering corporate and individual life-turning character and team building excursions.
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