Technical Visit & Tour

Technical Visit and Tour of 14th Asian Apiculturan Association Conference 2018

Technical Tour - Bali (3 Days 2 Night)

1. Desa Tenganan Bali
Tenganan Village is one of the oldest Balinese Ancient Villages located in Karangasem Regency, east part of Bali. This Bali traditional village is much referred by cultural literature science of Tenganan Pegringsingan, very famous literature in the island. It own very unique local community life pattern that only available in Bali Ancient Villages (Hindu Prehistoric). It is different with other villages existing in this island. Furthermore, Tenganan Village has been appointed as a place for tourist destination in Karangasem Bali. Moreover, it can present the attractive and unique matters which able to add the variation of object and fascination for tourist to come. Tenganan Village is also called by Bali Age Village geographically situated among the hill in west and east part of this village.

In this village there is a bee farm , with type of Mango Flower (Bunga Mangga) honey bee that produces Honey with sweet fresh dominant. Both the small size KELE bees like black ants can produce honey with dominant sour taste. Honey KELE is believed can treat many diseases so hunted balian (traditional shaman).

Technical Tour - Makassar, South Sulawesi (3 Days 2 Night)

1. Eco Edu Park Hasanuddin University– Makassar

MakassarForest Education Hasanuddin University is a forest devoted to practical activities, research, training, community service and research both within and outside the country.

In addition, this area can then be used as a place of natural recreation based on environmental education. Forest Education Area Hasanuddin University is located in the Village Limapocoe, Kec.Cenrana, Kab. Maros, South Sulawesi. This location is about 65 km from the center of South Sulawesi province, while from the center of the capital of Maros regency about 34 km. This area can be reached by using two-wheeled vehicles and four-wheel vehicles with travel time ± 1 hour 30 minutes from the city of Makassar.

The Forest Education has potential physical, biological potential and social potential for education, research, training and services in South Sulawesi and the Eastern Region of Indonesia Region.

In this Forest Education area there are beekeeping activities like Stingless bee and Apis mellifera.

2. National Park Bantimurung-Bulusaraung

Bantimurung-Bulusaraung National Park is located in South Sulawesi, covering an area of ± 43,750 Ha. Administratively government, this national park area is located in Maros Regency and Pangkajene Islands (Pangkep).

Bantimurung-Bulusaraung National Park has a variety of uniqueness, namely: karst, caves with stalaknit and stalakmit beautiful, and the best known is butterflies. Bantimurung by Alfred Russel Wallace is nicknamed as The Kingdom of Butterfly This national park is one of the tourist destinations that presents nature tourism in the form of steep limestone valleys with tropical vegetation, waterfalls and caves which are the habitats of various species [including butterflies] This National Park features butterflies as its main attraction.There are at least 20 types of butterflies protected by the government and established by Government Regulation No. 7/1999. Some unique species even exist only in South Sulawesi, Troides Helena Linne, Troides Hypolitus Cramer, Troides Hypolitus Boisduval, Papilo Adamantius, and Cethosia Myrana Between 1856-1857 Alfred Russel Wallace spent part of his life in the area studying various types of butterflies Wallace declared Bantimurung is The Kingdom of Butterfly, according to him in that location there is a sediki 250 butterfly species.

This tourist site also has two caves that can be used as special interest tours. The two caves are the Batu Caves and the Dream Cave. In addition to Bantimurung area, Bantimurung-Bulusaraung National Park has a variety of interesting ecotourism locations. There are more than 80 natural caves and prehistoric caves scattered in the karst area of Bantimurung-Bulusaraung.

Technical Visit - Jakarta

Information about the destination

The 90 Ha forest, located on the border of South Jakarta and Depok, has a lot of potential. In addition to running the uptake function, Eco Edu University of Indonesia is also used as a conservation of germplasm and biodiversity research ground in University of Indonesia.


Technical Visit of 14th Asian Apicultural Association Conference 2018 will be organized in the Pramuka Apiari Centre is on the east jakarta.Pramuka Apiari Centre is one of the bee farm and educational attractions was founded on August 20, 1971, Pramuka Apiari Centre is located in Cibubur, East Jakarta, Wiladatika Complex.In this place the visitors can learn about life of honey bees as well as anything produced by the bees. The visitors can also enjoy a refreshing drink of honey directly gained from the hive, also provided the original honey sales of various kinds of flowers, honey bee, training and therapy the sting of bees.Also experience the apitherapy product.

3. HALDIN COMPANY (Industry)