Nusa Dua 10K


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Indonesia never stop offer programs attract more tourists to come. ITDC cooperating with RajaMICE will be held a sport tourism event called Nusa Dua 10K (ND10K): Bali Cultural Bali as a top destination in Run on 13 November 2016 in Nusa Dua,Bali.

Nusa Dua 10k has 2 categories: 10k and 5k and also available categories for kids with the categories 1k and 1.5 k. All participants will get Jersey, BIB, and Finisher. Prizes will be awarded to all participants who reach a finish line. Grand prize reaches 30 million.

The event will take place simultaneously with the Nusa Dua Fiesta (NDF) on November 11 to 20, 2016.Attended by international stars such as Julio Iglesias, Isyana Saraswati, Yovie & Nuno, GAC, Maliq & D’essentials, The Groove and many more.

According to CEO RajaMICE Panca R Sarungu, the participation in this activity indicates a love for the culture of the nation, especially Bali. “Running has become a lifestyle in the community. In this event, all participants will be given a display of cultural performances. So that they will not be bored during a run.

ABOUT ITDC ( INDONESIA TOURISM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION )
Nusa Dua is located in the southeastern tip is on the island of Bali, about 40 kilometers from Denpasar, and 8 kilometers from Ngurah Rai International Airport. Nusa Dua Tourism developed since the 1970s to meet the needs of premium accommodation facilities for foreign and domestic tourists visiting Bali. At that time, Bali only has about 1,800 international standard rooms in Kuta and Sanur. Meanwhile, until 1980 there is a demand around 3800-4700 international standard hotel room.

From remote and desolate region, Nusa Dua has now developed into a prestigious neighborhood, promotive and profitable, and able to provide the economic impact for the people of Bali and Indonesia in general. Currently in Nusa Dua there are 19 five-star hotels, shopping centers, museums, cultural venues, golf courses, hospitals and other tourism businesses. Various scale event International has done in Nusa Dua which indirectly promote Indonesian tourism to the world.

 

 

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