Venue
The 2018 Annual Meetings will take place in and around the Nusa Dua complex in Bali, Indonesia from Monday, October 8, through Sunday, October 14

Venues & Services

Meeting Venues


Indonesian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC)

The ITDC Area is one of the world's premier destination developments created as the optimal location for meetings and events. The area includes two international convention facilities - Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC) and Bali International Convention Center (BICC), several international hotels, a shopping center, museum, cultural venues, golf course, hospital, and other attractions. 


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Nusa Dua Beach Hotel

Registration Desks will be located at the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel.

 

Services include: Tourism Desk

 

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Westin Resort Nusa Dua

ED, WBG/IMF Management and Department Offices, Business Centers

Services include: Banking, Bookstore, Finance Office, Courier Services, Networking Lounge, Print Shop, Transportation Desk

 

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Bali International Convention Center (Westin Convention Center)

Used for meetings, seminars, Press Center, and CSOs.

 

Services include: Networking Lounge, Publications Desk, Transportation Desk

 

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Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center

Used for meeting, seminars, and host government hospitality activities.

 

Services include: Networking Lounge, Transportation Desk

 

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The Laguna Hotel & Resort

Used for a few select meetings.

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General Information

For more information download the Campus Plan and the Participant Handbook.

Services


Badge Access


All persons must display their Annual Meetings photo identification badges to board the shuttle buses or enter through the perimeter checkpoints. It is not advisable, however, to wear identification badges in public outside the perimeter, especially if there are demonstrators nearby.

Passport & Visas

Individuals who have successfully registered and are duly accredited will receive an official Annual Meetings confirmation letter, which can be used to apply for a visa. Detailed visa instructions are provided here. Please ensure that passports are valid for at least six months from the date of entry into Indonesia and obtain any necessary entry visas in advance. The lack of a valid visa may cause the authorities to deny boarding at the port of embarkation, or deny entry upon arrival. 

Hotels

The hotel reservation deadline for the 2018 Annual Meetings has passed.

At this time, the 2018 Annual Meetings block of rooms has been released. There may be limited inventory from a few hotels. To inquire about hotel availability, please email housing@worldbank.org.

Click here to view the Hotel Map; information about reservation procedures can be found here. Please note that confirmed registration for the Annual Meetings is not a guarantee of hotel accommodations in the participant hotel block.

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Hotel Map

View an area map of official Annual Meetings hotels

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Hotel Procedures

Learn more about hotel reservation procedures

Transportation


The Host Government has arranged shuttle transportation from the official hotels to the Campus. The shuttle pick-up/drop-off point is located between the BICC and BNDCC. Additional information regarding shuttles can be obtained from the Transportation Desks during the week of the Meetings. A preliminary shuttle schedule is available here. An Annual Meetings badge or Registration Confirmation letter will be required to board the busses.

As part of the Host Government hospitality, shuttles will also be provided to popular areas around Bali such as Kuta. Information will be available at the Transportation Desks.

Campus Shuttles

For those who need to quickly move from one venue to another, there will be two Campus shuttle options:

  • Campus Circulator: Running from BICC/BNDCC, Registration, The Laguna Hotel, and The Grand Whiz Hotel, every 15 minutes, October 8 through 14.
  • Express BNDCC – BICC Shuttle: To bypass security screening, this shuttle will run every 5 minutes, October 8 through 14, between BNDCC and BICC. The Express Shuttle will not run on October 12.

Tourism & Hospitality


The Indonesian Government welcomes Annual Meetings Participants with a host of hospitality activities.

Indonesia Pavilion: A focal point of the Host Government hospitality will be the “Indonesia Pavil­ion” located between BNDCC and BICC. Inside, attendees will find expositions on local arts and crafts, tourism, investments and infrastructure as well as an ongoing schedule of cultural performances.

Indonesia Food Festival: Throughout the week, participants can experience the wide variety of Indone­sia cuisine through food stalls and chef demonstrations in two locations: Westin Resort Nusa Dua and at BNDCC.

Additionally, the Indonesian Host Government has prepared some pre- and post-Meeting tour package options for those who would like to explore more of Bali and nearby islands. More information about Bali and the tour packages can be found on the Host Government website and the Indonesia tourism website.

 

Indonesia Pavilion

A focal point of the Host Government hospitality will be the “Indonesia Pavil­ion” located between BNDCC and BICC. Inside, attendees will find expositions on local arts and crafts, tourism, investments and infrastructure as well as an ongoing schedule of cultural performances.

Indonesia Food Festival

Throughout the week, participants can experience the wide variety of Indone­sia cuisine through food stalls and chef demonstrations in two locations: Westin Resort Nusa Dua and at BNDCC.

Host Government Hospitality Tour Program The Host Government will offer three full-day tour programs on a limited basis (200 people per day). Tours will be available October 10, 11 and 13. Sign-ups must be made before September 30 and a com­mitment fee of $25 per person, per tour is required. For more information, please visit http://www.hostgovtours.com.

Indonesia Pavilion

A focal point of the Host Government hospitality will be the “Indonesia Pavil­ion” located between BNDCC and BICC. Inside, attendees will find expositions on local arts and crafts, tourism, investments and infrastructure as well as an ongoing schedule of cultural performances.

Indonesia Food Festival

Throughout the week, participants can experience the wide variety of Indone­sia cuisine through food stalls and chef demonstrations in two locations: Westin Resort Nusa Dua and at BNDCC.

Host Government Hospitality Tour Program The Host Government will offer three full-day tour programs on a limited basis (200 people per day). Tours will be available October 10, 11 and 13. Sign-ups must be made before September 30 and a com­mitment fee of $25 per person, per tour is required. For more information, please visit http://www.hostgovtours.com.

Security


Perimeter

A security perimeter will be established around the Annual Meetings venues in Nusa Dua. Only registered participants with Annual Meetings ID badges will be able to enter the security checkpoints and individuals and their belongings may be subject to security screening. Participants are strongly advised to allow adequate time for this process.

Access

An Annual Meetings ID badge is required for access inside the security perimeter and entry into all meetings venues. Some meetings and events may have additional access restrictions. Participants will be notified in advance of any special requirements.

General Safety

  • In an emergency, the buildings may be evacuated or you may be told to remain indoors until the situation has been resolved. In either instance, you will be notified by public address announcement, messages on digital signage/video monitors, or by security personnel.
  • Visibly display your Meetings ID badge at all times inside the venues. Keep your ID badge in a secure place when outside the security perimeter, but readily accessible in order to display upon request at security checkpoints.
  • If you lose your badge, immediately notify Annual Meetings staff.
  • Do not leave laptops, mobile phones, or other personal items unattended.
  • Avoid areas where crowds are congregating. If your entry into the buildings is impeded by demonstrators, seek assistance from security or Police.
  • Accept, without comment, printed materials offered by demonstrators; do not engage in conversations or debates.
  • Obey the instructions of police and security officers at all times.
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