Karangasem, balipuspanews.com – Deputy Governor of Bali Ketut Sudikerta officially inaugurated a free 24-hour service center initiated by the Bali Car Workshop Association (PBMB) intended for visitors of the Besakih Temple, Selasa (11/4).
During the event, Sudikerta expressed his appreciation and support for the PBMB’s initiative to provide free 24-hour service to visitors of the largest temple in Bali. He hopes that such activities can be continued as the number of temple visitors is significant, and problems with their vehicles often arise.
“I welcome this activity. It is a concrete work and dedication of Bali’s automotive entrepreneurs dedicated to visitors of the Besakih Temple. Serve visitors with all your heart, and perform this service task with sincerity,” he said.
The Chairman of the PBMB Social Service Committee, Gede Wisnata, also shared the same sentiment that this activity is a tangible form of social service from Bali’s workshop entrepreneurs across nine districts/cities in Bali aimed at the visitors of the Besakih Temple.
Wisnata added that the 24-hour Free Service Center for visitors experiencing vehicular problems while on their way will be held for 23 days from April 10 to May 3, 2017. The PBMB, which consists of about 280 workshops across Bali, will open three service centers located on the Bukit Jambul Road, Batur-Besakih Road, and the Batusesa Road. Six to ten technicians will be available at each location in rotation to serve visitors 24 hours a day. “If visitors to Besakih Temple encounter vehicular problems within a 7 km radius, please contact 087761595223/081239107923. We are ready to serve visitors 24 hours,” he said.
The inauguration of the service center was marked by the ribbon cutting by the Bali Deputy Governor, followed by a survey of the main center located in the Besakih Temple parking area.