ESA-G Ready to Pamper Tourists During Bali Stay


BALI – East Star Adventure – Group, more popularly known as EAS-G, is famous for its watersport facilities which will pamper tourists during their stay in Bali.

With facilities including banana boat, parasail, jet ski, kayak, full snorkeling and diving gears, swimming pool and many more, tourists are guaranteed to have a blasted during their stay. Not to mention the fact that ESA-G is located in exotic Kutampi village on Nusa Penida Island.

Such conveniences are supported by vast land and building, which are comfortable with ample of space.

ESA-G stands on a 5,468-square-meter plot of land and the building has a space of 1,500 sqm. Not to mention the 80 sqm swimming pool.

Owner and founder of ESA-G, Anthony Cipta Permadi Keppy, affectionately known as Anthony Kepy, said that more facilities are on the pipeline to fulfill tourists’ needs.

“Our next project is building a resort in 2023, which will have 32 rooms and 12 villas,” he said.

For tourists visiting the location by boat, ESA-G also has a dock with the best-quality HDPE platforms and has high stability in any situation.

The dock has an area of 572 s qm and is equipped with a 20-m-deep sea swimming pool.

After the COVID-19 pandemic was easing, several activities have resumed in mid-July for visitors to enjoy, those are watersport activities, diving and snorkeling. There were also new activities which started operations from the end of July: Sunset Sport Bar/Club House, Wedding Venue, and Private Party Grand Opening.

The most-awaited activity, Island Tour, also resumed in mid-July. In this activity, tourists could enjoy the beautiful surroundings around Nusa Penida Island, such as Crystal Bay, Angels Billabong Broken Beach, Kelingking Beach, Thousand Island, to name a few.

It would be fun if one stays in southern Bali, at Ramada Hotel by Wyndham, to be precise, on Bali Sunset Road, Kuta. The hotel is very interesting and clean with friendly service. The location is very strategic being located very near to the docks along Sanur Beach and the Ngurah Rai International Airport. (***)


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