Baby Turtle Release at The ANVAYA Beach Resort Bali

On 5 June 2019, The ANVAYA Beach Resort Bali celebrated Eid al-Fitr in a different way. In collaboration with Bali Sea Turtle Society, 100 baby turtles were released on the beach in front of Sands Restaurant at The ANVAYA Beach Resort Bali to make their way to the ocean.

The turtle release started at 4pm with Mr. I Gusti Ngurah Tresna from Bali Sea Turtle Society sharing some interesting turtle facts and information on how we can help conserve turtles.

“We live on an island where beauty is provided by Mother Nature. We need to support conservation and ensure that our children will be able to see what we can see now. In our turtle conservation project, the team relocates sea turtle eggs from the beach to a central hatchery to protect the eggs and improve hatching rates. The eggs take between 45-60 days to develop and hatch,” said Mr. Tresna.

The ANVAYA Beach Resort Bali is fully committed to the care and protection of turtles in Bali and is pleased to share this experience and create lasting holiday memories with resort guests.


Hotel Overview

The ANVAYA Beach Resort Bali is the first five-star hotel to be wholly owned and managed by Santika Indonesia Hotels and Resorts. Situated on Bali’s Kuta Beach, the hotel offers the latest in luxury, with world-class facilities and service, a variety of accommodation choices, and authentic architecture and interior design.

Set on approximately four hectares of land, the hotel has 493 rooms across seven room categories: Deluxe Room, Premiere Room, Deluxe Suite, Premiere Suite, The Anvaya Suite, Beachfront Suite, and The Anvaya Villa. The two main dining venues, Kunyit Restaurant and Sands Restaurant, provide a full menu selection from breakfast to sundown. Other facilities at The ANVAYA Beach Resort – Bali include a well-stocked wine cellar, well-appointed swimming pool, Kids Club, Spa, meeting rooms, state-of-the-art ballroom, and in-house fitness room.

The ANVAYA Beach Resort – Bali reflects the three major periods in the history of the Island of Gods. The Bali Aga period, often referred to as the Early Balinese period, is visible in the décor of Kunyit Restaurant, the hotel’s meeting rooms, ballroom and Deluxe rooms. The elegant and refined Hindu Bali period is seen in the traditional Balinese and Hindu ornaments and motifs that decorate the central lobby area, which includes the hotel’s Premiere, Deluxe Suites and Premiere Suites. The final, Modern Balinese, period is represented by the interior of The Anvaya’s luxury villa.

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