Welcoming the New Normal Era

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To Dear Guests,

As always be, the safety of our guests and team remain our highest priority. We are glad to inform you that Nyuh Bali has received CHSE certification by the Tourism Ministry of Indonesia on the implementation of cleanliness, health, and safety protocol. Nyuh Bali is consistent with the recommendations from WHO and CDC. Hopefully, we could set your mind at rest on your getaway with us

 

Nyuh Bali’s Commitment

  • All of the team have been fully vaccinated
  • Protect our team by providing them with medical mask and continuous training by a medical doctor in preventing the spread of coronavirus
  • Ensure the implementation of physical distance minimum one-meter distance on every occasion 
  • Install hand sanitiser, handwashing practice, and respiratory hygiene according to WHO standards in the common area
  • Clean and sanitize the villa and common area every day using a standardized disinfectant approved by the Indonesian Ministry of Health
  • Give the extra treat to all high touches areas by sanitizing every two hours 
  • The contactless room service option is available from breakfast to dinner with no additional charge
  • Perform the temperature check to all visitors including our guests and staff before entering the resort
  • All of the resort facilities are fully dedicated to our in-house guests. We closed our doors for outside guests temporarily

Please feel free to contact us anytime if you need further information through info@ubudnyuhbali.com. Once again, thank you and stay safe.

Warm regards,

Ubud Nyuh Bali 

Hygiene and Safety Training to Our Team

To ensure that we meet the hygiene standards according to WHO, we also conduct continuous training by a medical doctor to our staff in preventing the transmission of coronavirus

  • Wash hands correctly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds with the recommended steps according to WHO and knowing when to wash hands
  • Avoid shaking hands directly or make direct contact but doing Nyuh Bali’s traditional greeting, panganjali gesture
  • Practice physical distancing norm
  • Knowledge about respiratory hygiene, how to cough and sneeze to stop spreading the gems
  • Train how to use the fabric mask including the way to wash it properly
  • Give information about the occasion to wear hand gloves and do and don’t’s while using it
  • Avoid touching the eyes, nose and mouth
  • Avoid touching any frequently touched objects and surfaces
  • Maintain the immune system by adopting a healthy diet, physical exercise, healthy lifestyle and supplementation if needed

Between many recommendations out there, it is confusing to decide the preventive actions that really work and don't cause further harm. Here, we share the link to WHO & CDC recommendations for the reliable scientific fact about corona virus

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for the public