On the third day of the program, participants who registered for technical tour will visit two prominent locations: the Ngurah Rai Grand Forest Park and Penglipuran Village. In addition to exploring these sites, we will take part in an important activity of releasing sea turtle hatchlings on the beach.

(Photo: BP/Febrian Putra)
Photo: Laily Rachev – Biro Pers Sekretariat Presiden

The Ngurah Rai Grand Forest Park (Taman Hutan Raya Ngurah Rai), overseen directly by the government, is an expansive mangrove forest spanning 1.3 thousand hectares. Situated along the southern coast of Benoa Bay, this forest was chosen as a destination for international guests during the G20 conference.

Penglipuran Village, located in the Bangli district, is renowned as the world’s cleanest village and attracts tourists from far and wide. Surrounded by greenery, the village offers a unique opportunity to learn about local culture and sustainable living practices.

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(Photo: TEMPO/Iqbal Lubis)

The hatchling release activity on the beach serves as a crucial conservation program that encourages community involvement. Sea turtles, a species threatened by climate change and habitat loss, face the risk of extinction. Moreover, their chances of hatching successfully and surviving in the wild are significantly low without human intervention