2014 Annual Conference
Golf Programme (Sun., February 23 from 9:00 am) - sponsored by ICDX and ISI
A little warm up in the morning pleasant sea breeze will make a great start through the day. This year conference presents every participant with the Sunday morning Golf Course with the spectacular views and convenient location.
The programme will take place in Bali National Golf Resort which is one of the best Asia's top 5 golf courses by Fortune Magazine. It also has a modern clubhouse and restaurant with spectacular views of the golf course and the Indian Ocean. The mature natural setting of Bali National Golf Resort provides golfers with the best playing experience on the island.Shared golf carts are compulsory and one caddy is provided for each golfer. However,there are limited number of golf clubs available so please register early or you will need to bring your own club! The programme will take place within walking distance from the hotel.
Opening Dinner in Jendala Bali Restaurant in Garuda Wishnu Kencana (Sun., February 23 from 19:00 to 21:00) - sponsored by JFX and KBI
Upon returning from the golf course you’ll have ample time for taking rest. Maybe you’ll indulge yourself in a spa session in the afternoon. A welcome dinner awaits you in the evening to wrap up the day and prepare you for the excellent conference programs the next day. Jendala Bali Restaurant in Garuda Wishnu Kencana is famous of its stunning panorama and the best spot natural portrait of Bali Island. The restaurant is located within 15 minutes drive by bus from the hotel. Bus transportation will be provided. Meeting time is at 18:30 in the Lobby!
Gala Programme (Mon., February 24 from 20:00) - sponsored by ICDX and ISI
After a day of conference, the famous Traditional Balinese dance and Fire dance performance will be serve to you during the Gala Dinner in Summer Garden, Nusa Dua Westin Hotel. Not only that, you may also taste the flavor of Balinese food, while you enjoy a great environment of beachfront View accompany with unlimited Wine and Beer.
Don’t miss out the Traditional Balinese Dance which will be performed by over 50 dancers, typically in a temple compound by the light of an oil lamp which lends a flavor of mystery and intrigue to the narration. Several richly costumed characters will appear at intervals throughout the performance to bring in the storyline of good triumphing over evil.