The Tourism Confucius Institute (TCI) from Udayana University has provided a mandarin training program for all Tanah Lot Temple workers.
The Director of TCI, I Made Sendra confirmed that a mandarin training program was initiated to improve the quality of service of the Tanah Lot Temple’s workers before an influx of international visitors arrive. Bali has officially reopened its border to selected countries, including China, which had the largest number of visitors to the Tanah Lot Temple prior to the pandemic.
During the training program that went on from October 8th to November 5th, 2021, a total of 30 workers from several different divisions took part in a class that took place at the town hall which is located near the Tanah Lot Temple. Sendra hopes that this program will help the tourism workers improve their skill set before finally receiving tourists again very soon.
“We really hope that the travel bubble program that was implemented on October 14th will revive Bali’s tourism,” Sendra said. Meanwhile the operations manager at the Tanah Lot Temple, Agus Tika said that he appreciates this program as they had been waiting for the officials to provide a similar program that would help improve the service quality for Tanah Lot’s visitors.
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