The Denpasar city government has prepared over USD $1.9 million (IDR 28 billion) for the restoration of Sanur Beach, to be completed before the G-20 Conference this October.
The Vice Mayor of Denpasar, I Kadek Agus Arya Wibawa, confirmed that the restoration of Sanur Beach would occur in preparation for the G-20 Conference.
“Over USD $1.9 million was prepared for the second phase of the Sanur Beach restoration project. This is part of our efforts to optimize its potential in the tourism sector,” Wibawa said during his inspection in Sanur on Friday (15/4).
This project will restore over 5.8 km of the Sanur coastline and create a proper pedestrian side lane, a cyclist side lane, and better restrooms.
“We will create a better environment so that Sanur can compete with other tourist attractions in the island, especially in light of the delegations of the G-20 Conference who are scheduled to attend the forum on October,” Wibawa added.
Wibawa also proposed that all the hotel owners along the beach area install two CCTV cameras that will be connected with the Command Center of the Denpasar city government.
The project is scheduled to start by May, and it will take 6 months to finish. Meanwhile, the Head of Denpasar Social Office, I Gusti Ayu Laxmy Saraswaty, asked the government to organize better layouts for shops in the area to support the local businesses.
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