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Unity in Diversity with The Apurva Kempinski Bali

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Celebrating Indonesia’s rich cultural diversity, heritage and philosophy, The Apurva Kempinski Bali proudly launches its 2022 brand campaign titled ‘Unity in Diversity’.

With the focus of the country’s seven main regions – Sumatra, Java, Nusa Tenggara, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Maluku and Papua –, the hotel will take guests to reveal the archipelago’s mystical stories, holistic treatments, culinary diversity, craftsmanship and traditional games throughout the year. As if that’s not enough, The Apurva Kempinski Bali will also prepare bi-monthly programs as well as special events and exhibitions by highly acclaimed artisans.

“Here at The Apurva Kempinski Bali, we strive to celebrate Indonesia’s diversity every single day,” shared General Manager Vincent Guironnet. “We have been meticulously laying the groundwork to prepare the stage for this spectacular moment. It shows our identity in embracing the archipelago’s rich culture, and now, we are extremely excited to invite people to explore these unique experiences themselves.”

Colorful Indonesia

The Apurva Kempinski Bali has been especially designed to celebrate the culture and philosophy of Indonesia. From modern Balinese architecture paying homage to the island’s natural landscapes to luxurious interior filled with Indonesia’s finest craftsmanship, the hotel presents them all. On top of that, the hotel puts forth warm hospitality and friendly services that are quintessentially Indonesia.

Adding to that, the resort’s dining venues will take guests to explore the tastes of traditional dishes from the seven regions. Guests can opt to be pampered with holistic wisdoms from different destinations at Apurva Spa, while the little ones will be kept busy with traditional games at the Jalak Family Club. Meanwhile, coffee aficionados can enjoy an aromatic journey with Tanamera Coffee.

Other exciting agendas await, such as a series of art and craftsmanship activities with Raul Renanda, a photo exhibition by world-class anthropologist Dr Lawrence Blair and special displays by high-profile designers, such as Torang Sitorus and Franklin Firdaus. As for those who are up for music and entertainment, don’t miss a monthly jazz soiree performance in partnership with Ubud Village Jazz Festival and a majestic colossal performance with Institut Seni Indonesia.

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