Event Info

Inaya Putri Bali
Kawasan Wisata Nusa Dua Lot S-3, Benoa, Kuta Selatan, Bali, Indonesia.

Situated in an exclusive compound in the Nusa Dua area, on one of Bali’s most famed beachfronts, and adjacent to the 2018 annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Group, the XBlockchain Summit at INAYA Putri Bali offers a wealth of modern hospitality, touched by traditional Balinese warmth.

Your first step into INAYA Putri Bali will be through a picturesque lobby fashioned after a traditional Balinese rice barn, leading through to majestic function rooms inspired by Balinese goddesses.

From the inspiring surroundings at our official partner hotels to an exclusive beachfront dinner to Bali’s finest views we hope to fulfill your every networking need during your stay.

How To Get There

From Ngurah Rai International Airport

By TAXI / GRAB / GOCAR / PRIVATE CAR

  • Take Jl. Airport Ngurah Rai to Bali Mandara Toll Road/Jl. Nusa Dua – Bandara Ngurah Rai – Benoa Toll Road
  • Continue on Bali Mandara Toll Road/Jl. Nusa Dua – Bandara Ngurah Rai – Benoa Toll Road/Mandara Toll Road to Kuta Selatan
  • Continue onto Jl. Nusa Dua
  • At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Jl. Kw. Nusa Dua Resort
  • Turn left and the conference destination will be on the left

Important note for those travelling by car:

  • The Toll Road into the city only receives cashless payment, which can be purchased at Indomaret or Alfamart at the airport.

Things To Do in Bali

For centuries Bali has been an island synonymous with not just free thinking but worldly paradise.

Tanah Lot must be the island’s most iconic temple. This temple is perched on top of a huge rock, and surrounded by the sea with waves constantly crashing on to its base. As among Bali’s most important sea temples, Tanah Lot pays homage to the guardian spirits of the sea. The temple serves as foreground to the most picturesque sunsets.

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Uluwatu is among the Bali’s most important sea temples, perched on a cliff edge in the southwestern Bukit peninsula. Here you can catch dramatic sunsets such as at Tanah Lot, Uluwatu also features an open amphitheatre close by, where sunset kecak fire dances can be enjoyed.

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On the fringes of the Ubud main centre, Ubud Monkey Forest is one of Bali’s several grey long-tailed macaque-inhabited forests and perhaps the best known. Also known as the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal, and by its official designation as Mandala Wisata Wenara Wana, Ubud Monkey Forest is a place of scientific research as well as a site of spiritual and cultural aspects with temples sanctified by the local villagers deep within its grounds.

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The Ubud Art Market, locally referred to as ‘Pasar Seni Ubud’ is located opposite the the Puri Saren Royal Ubud Palace and is open daily. Here you can find beautiful silk scarves, lightweight shirts, handmade woven bags, baskets or hats; statues, kites and many other hand-crafted goods.

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Bali Safari & Marine Park is Bali’s largest animal theme park. The park is home to over 60 species, all roaming freely within their enclosures built to closely mimic their natural habitats. Bus safaris take visitors on tours ‘around the world’, and animal talent shows are held regularly. Aquariums holding exotic fish specimens are nearby.

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Tourism in Bali starts at the beaches. It’s where you go to soak up the sun, put your toes in the sand or simply go for a swim. If you need some ideas of great beaches to visit we recommend the slightly unusual Green Bowl Beach, at the base of a cliff with funky caves where you can hang out in. Jimbaran Beach and Sanur beaches are more mainstream choices with lots of beachside restaurants and bars by luxury hotels. Two other beaches worth checking out are the picturesque Karma Beach and Dream Beach, which is a great place to catch the sunset.

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Kuta is the most famous place in Bali for nightlife. The area has lots of bars, clubs and Austalian’s. Most congregate around Skygarden, Hard Rock Café and Boshe. A lot of the best clubs are out of the city though. Top of the list is Mirror Lounge and Bar. It is decorated like a cathedral. Make sure to add the club near the top of your list for things to do in Bali.

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The Kecak Fire dance is based on a traditional Balinese trance ritual performed by groups of males. The modern version of the Kecak that you can see performed all across Bali was actually developed in the 1930’s, by a German named Walter Spies in coordination with a group of artists, as a performance for Western tourists. Since its creation Kecak has combined old Hindu temples with dance, music and theatre for visiting tourists. One of the best places to see a performance is at Uluwatu temple.

(Source image: uluwatukecakdance.com)

Visa Information

We will gladly issue an invitation letter to support your Visa application for participation in the XBlockchain Summit. In case it is required, please send us an invitation letter request at contact@xblockchain.tech. Please note that invitation letters will only be issued to participants to invited speakers and registration holders.