In order to increase the number of cruise ship visits to Bali, Pelindo III is cooperating with the Ministry of Tourism and the Creative Economy and the Ministry of Transportation.
Beritabali.com reports that an agreement between the three parties was signed on Friday, October 19, 2012 in Kuta, Bali witnessed by Customs and Immigration officials, the Benoa port administrator and cruise operators.
At that ceremony, the general manager of Pelindo III at the port of Benoa in south Bali, Iwan Sabatini, said the cooperation is being undertaken to promote the use of Benoa by cruise ships.
“This cooperation is being done to attract as many foreign tourists as possible arriving on cruise ships,” said Sabatini at a Cruise Workshop held in Kuta.
Sabatini said all parties to the agreement share a strong commitment to increase tourism numbers to Indonesia, especially in the field of cruise tourism.
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