Have a Comfortable Business Meeting at Nusa Dua, Bali

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Mangupura Hall | Photo  ©Copyright Bali International Convention Centre 

So planning on hosting a meeting, but looking to mix business with pleasure? All work and no play does make Jack or Jill for that matter a dull person after all! With that in mind, Nusa Dua in Bali is an excellent place to have your next corporate conference and here’s just why.

Location, Location, Location!

As with real estate, location is key when planning your business meetings as well. Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport is only around a 20 to 30 minute car ride from Nusa Dua which is ideal. An added benefit is the fact that it offers beach access too which means there’s plenty of sun, surf and sea to be enjoyed in between your meetings. The ideal location also extends to accommodation with great options including luxurious rooms and suites that feature all the essentials from high-speed internet to early check-in / late check-out times.

Modern Meeting Venues

You can easily find plenty of meeting venue options in Nusa Dua many of which are housed within resorts and hotels in the region. Of course this is also where one will find an all-encompassing meeting and conference venue, the Bali International Convention Centre which is ideal if you are looking for even greater options; it has lots of exhibition space, over 20 meeting rooms, a huge auditorium and useful features like a simultaneous interpreter system, audiovisual equipment and all important Wi-Fi.

Getting in some R&R

Part of enjoying meetings in Nusa Dua is the chance to enjoy some proper R&R. Shopping at the Nusa Dua Galleria Shopping Centre, teeing off at the Bali National Golf Club and taking in a show at the Bali Nusa Dua Theatre are all on the cards for some relaxing diversions. Some of the best places to see in Bali are within easy reach as well and tours to Ubud, Kuta and Jimbaran let you soak up some local culture. Of course for the ultimate de-stress you can indulge in some personal pampering at a Balinese spa before getting back to your meetings the next day. Massages and manicures anyone?

Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world.


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