The conference will take place in Bali, Indonesia.

Both accomodation and conference will be at the hotel:

Grand Nikko Bali
Jalan Raya Nusa Dua Selatan, PO BOX 18 Nusa Dua 80363
Bali – Indonesia
T +62 361 773 377
F +62 361 773 388

ASEM LLL Hub members’ accommodation will be booked by the organiser after the members have completed the online registration form.

Visa information

Please contact as soon as possible if you need a supporting letter for your Visa Application.

Please contact your nearest Indonesian Embassy for specific requirements. This is a list of embassies/consulates in Indonesia


Ngurah Rai International Airport (also known as Denpasar International Airport) is only a 25 minutes drive or 15 kilometers away from Grand Nikko Bali.
USD 20 net/car per way for maximum of 3 persons in the car.

Please use Blue Bird or Silver Bird Taxi Company (only cash).

If you want to arrange your transportation from the airport to the venue please contact Grand Nikko Hotel as they have a pick-up service (at your own expense).


The Republic of Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world comprising 13,466 large and small tropical islands fringed with white sandy beaches, many still uninhabited and a number even still unnamed. Straddling the equator, situated between the continents of Asia and Australia and between the Pacific and the Indian Oceans, it is as wide as the United States from San Francisco to New York, equaling the distance between London and Moscow.

Indonesia has a total population of more than 215 million people from more than 200 ethnic groups. The national language is Bahasa Indonesia.

Among the most well known islands are Sumatra, Java, Bali, Kalimantan (formerly Borneo), Sulawesi (formerly Celebes), the Maluku Islands (or better known as Moluccas, the original Spice Islands) and Papua. Then, there is Bali “the world’s best island resort” with its enchanting culture, beaches, dynamic dances and music. But Indonesia still has many unexplored islands with grand mountain views, green rainforests to trek through, rolling waves to surf and deep blue pristine seas to dive in where one can swim with dugongs, dolphins and large mantarays.



Bali has been the favorite destination for locals and international tourists for ages. Full of magnificent beaches, breathtaking sceneries, marvellous trinkets and interesting culture, Bali is ideal for people wanting to escape from daily activities, enjoy a honeymoon, or even, have a great time with family and friends.

Bali is the westernmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. It is one of the country’s 33 provinces with the provincial capital at Denpasar towards the south of the island.

With a population recorded as 3,151,000 in 2005, the island is home to the vast majority of Indonesia’s small Hindu minority. 93.18% of Bali’s population adheres to Balinese Hinduism, while most of the remainder follow Islam. It is also the largest tourist destination in the country and is renowned for its highly developed arts, including dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking and music.

Food/water: Please be aware that the food can be spicy. Also, please consider that the tap-water is not drinkable.



The average temperature in Bali in March is 27°C (80°F), while the average low is 23°C (73°F), and the average high is 30°C (86°F).

The average amount of sunshine in March is seven hours a day. The average of rain this month is 90mm, spread out over 14 days. The average sea temperature in March is 28°C (82°C).

The average humidity in March is 80% which is high enough to cause discomfort.


Internet and Printing at the Conference

Wifi is available at the conference venue and the password is your room number and first name.

If you are at the meeting room / surrounding area the device will automatically ask for “kamita” as the access code.

Liability and Insurance

Neither the ASEM organisation or the ASEM Conference Secretariat will assume any responsibility whatsoever for damage or injury to persons or property during the conference. Participants are recommended to arrange for their personal travel and health insurance.


Electricity is supplied at 220V 50Hz.

Emergency phone numbers

Fire 113
Police 110
Ambulance 118


Bali is in the UTC+8 time zone.

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