Bali, Busi­ness and Beaches

Wel­come to the is­land of the Gods, wel­come to the emer­ald on the equa­tor.

The Jakarta Post - Magazine - - Message From The Jakarta Post - Re­spect­fully, Mei­dy­atama Sury­o­din­ingrat Ed­i­tor-in-Chief

It is our plea­sure to wel­come you to an is­land which is not only spe­cial for In­done­sians, but also, as many of you first­time visi­tors to Bali will soon re­al­ize, is also unique through­out the world.

Nine­teen years ago In­done­sia hosted the sec­ond APEC Sum­mit in Bo­gor. A mo­men­tous sum­mit which set the course of the world for the next two decades.

This week In­done­sia again hosts an APEC meet­ing in a time of great global change and un­cer­tainty.

We have no doubt that In­done­sia will do well in host­ing the sum­mit it­self, and look for­ward to the sub­stan­tive out­comes that will emerge. The APEC meet­ings have now evolved not only as a meet­ing of lead­ers and of­fi­cials, but even more so as a meet­ing of minds and de­ter­mi­na­tion for progress and in­clu­sive growth through­out the re­gion.

Hence we are proud to bring you this pub­li­ca­tion as a primer for in­tro­duc­ing our beau­ti­ful ar­chi­pel­ago and ac­quaint­ing you with the best that the is­land has to of­fer. A ref­er­ence for APEC del­e­gates, tourists and of­fi­cials to ap­pre­ci­ate more about APEC, Bali and In­done­sia.

In clos­ing, we would like to re­mind you to al­ways turn to The Jakarta Post as your first ref­er­ence for cov­er­age and events dur­ing this his­toric APEC week.

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