Our social responsibility to Bali enviroment and "Keep Bali Clean" program. BALI AGUNG TOURS and GBC (NGO) donating Garbage bin at temple and tourist object in around Bali island and we are inviting our guest volunteering on this program. Thanks to them . Our small effort for Bali Clean ! and helping Bali Children Go to School GO HERE !
Donating garbage bin at Segara Rupek temple (picture below), located at Bali west national park known for home of bali native bird called bali sterling. This temple has very unique location since this built on the closest ground to java island, you can see clearly east java land from this temple. this temple has very important role for balinese people.
Donating Garabage Bin at Lempuyang Temple (pic below), this temple have amazing view since located on the height point, approx 1.058 meter above the sea level and known with temple of thousands steps, to reach the main temple on the top of belibis hill you need to climb 1750 - 1800 steps. Green enviroment will accompany you along the way to the top..
Bali Agung Tours Caring and Sharing !
Donating and sharing through education is essential, funding to poor is important but funding to give their children education is far then important as education elevate their future by Baliagung
- We give high apreciation to Heather and Steven Fraser for their kindness and caring for bali school student, we are very very happy helping heather to distribute the gifts to local elementary school and the kids are extremely happy for the gifts. Thank you :D !
- Visiting Bali orphanage in the north of Bali island with Dr. Kazuko Hilyer and Ms. Audery Kitagawa from New york july 2016. This orphanage providing housing and school for the less fortune children from poor family and no parent. If you were in the north of bali island ( i.e lovina, sekumpul etc) planing to visit this orphange you can contact care taker I ketut Suterisna Mobile: 081915685757 address Alamat: Dusun Kanginan, Desa Sawan, Kecamatan Sawan, Kabupaten Buleleng.
3. Donating basic need to evacuees at Sidemen village Campsite in east side of Bali island 30/9/2017 due to mt agung vulcanic activity