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Dance Like an Egyptian

Bali Skal Travel Industry Ball on November 17, 2006 Adopts 'Caesar & Cleopatra' as its Theme.

(11/4/2006) Join Bali's travel industry for a night of revelry on Friday. November 17, 2006, at the Annual Skal Travel Industry Ball.

This year's event, with a "Caesar & Cleopatra" theme, will be held at the Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel with cocktails commencing at 7:00 p.m. followed by dinner, music and dance at 7:30 p.m..

Dress for the evening is in keeping with the theme - so come dressed in togas, or in characters as gladiators, Cleopatra, Caesar, ancient slaves, or as a eunuch.

All are Welcome to Attend

Non-travel industry members are welcome to join in what promises to be a fun-filled evening.

Admission covers cocktails, wine, beer, dinner and the evening's entertainment.

Prices:

Rp. 450,000 per person (net) (approximately US$47.90) or Rp. 4 million (approximately US$425) for a table of ten.

For Reservations:

Telephone Gede at the Skal Secretariat at ++62-(0)361-7840212

More on Skal

SKAL International, founded in 1934, is the largest organization of travel and tourism professionals in the world with 23,000 members in 500 clubs in 87 countries. Members are derived from every sector of the travel and tourism industry. SKAL aims to promote global tourism by giving members access to its worldwide network, and also works to benefit the community at large.

SKAL Club of Bali was launched in 1991 and is currently the only club in Indonesia. Since 1997, the local club has raised in excess of US$40,000 to aid local orphanages and charities, as well as providing scholarships to Balinese travel industry students.