Underlining the growing role of the Indonesian domestic market, now estimated to represent nearly 60% of all visitors to Bali, a leading four-star property in the capital city of Denpasar has obtained Halal Certification from the Majelis Ulama Indonesia (MUI).Aston Denpasar Hotel & Convention Center
is a 300-key condominium style hotel offering the largest conference and convention hotel in Denpasar with a conference hall capable of accommodating up to 2,000 people.Halal Certification
- means the kitchen, food preparations, supply chains and menus of the hotel have all been inspected and certified to confirm to strict requirements for compliance with Islamic dietary traditions.
While "Halal Certification"
is still very rare on Bali where the predominant religion is Hinduism, the move by the Aston Denpasar Hotel
may provide a distinct advantage to the property in securing domestic Indonesian groups and lucrative government meetings and seminars.
Shown on Balidiscovery.com
the General Manager, Irmansjah Mahdewa, receiving the hotel Halal
certification from the MUI
and a group picture of the hotel's senior staff marking the occasion.
[Aston Denpasar Hotel & Convention Center
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