Enjoy Multiple Batik Experiences in Accor Hotels and Resorts in Over 30 Destinations Across the Country
Accor, the leading hospitality group in Indonesia, on the occasion of Indonesia’s National Batik Day, is inviting guests to celebrate Indonesia’s local treccasures on KarnavALL Batik Nusantara offer in hotels and resorts in over 30 destinations across the country.
The theme of “Wonders of Nature” draws its inspiration from the captivating beauty of Indonesia’s flora and fauna, embodying the spirit of harmony and heritage.
National Batik Day is officially commemorated every October 2nd, a date coinciding with UNESCO’s formal recognition in 2009 of Indonesian Batik as an Intangible Cultural Heritage.
During this special celebration, in collaboration with local communities and batik SMEs, guests are invited to immerse themselves in the enchanting world of batik with an exclusive room offer, which includes a delectable breakfast, thoughtfully curated batik gifts, or warm batik welcome amenities.
Other immersive batik experiences are also provided in-house, such as batik afternoon tea, inspiring local SME exhibitions, exquisite batik fashion shows, batik workshops, engaging batik talk shows, and more.
“We proudly present the KarnavALL Batik Nusantara – Wonders of Nature as a means to promote the uniqueness and richness of batik, extending beyond our hotels and resorts across Indonesia, inspiring more than just a stay.”
“We wholeheartedly support the government’s initiatives and recognize the significance of empowering local communities. Our support is extended to creative economy and SME partners, and our aim is to inspire Indonesia’s glory through the art of batik,” said Garth Simmons, Chief Executive Officer of Accor’s Premium, Midscale and Economy Division in Asia.
Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Republic of Indonesia, Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno said, “I extend my appreciation and full support for this programme, which exudes the spirit and beauty of batik, a precious element in our history and cultural heritage. Batik is not just an exquisite material; it’s also a narrative of local wisdom and boundless creativity, reflecting our identity.”