Mr. Byson from Germany Said the Police at Ulundanu Beratan "Very Friendly and Helpful"
- 12 November 2022
- 20:11 WITA
TABANAN,Balitopnews.com - When the Tabanan Police Vital Object Security Unit (Pam Obvit) was carrying out security for the Ulundanu Beratan tourist area, Candikuning Village, Baturiti District, Tabanan Regency, on Saturday ( November 12, 2022) while in the Ulundanu Beratan parking area, a tourist appeared to be approaching unit personnel pam Obvit, who at that time was led by the visible Pam Obvit Iptu I Gede Nyoman Oka Astawa. Apart from the Head of Obvit and the members at that time, there was Head of Public Relations of the Tabanan Police, Iptu I Nyoman Subagia, who was also in charge of securing tourist routes as documentation.
The tourist was immediately greeted by the Head of Public Relations of the Tabanan Police in English and the tourist asked for the location of the visa ATM. k
The Head of Public Relations of the Tabanan Police then gave an explanation regarding the location of the visa ATM. After talking for a while between tourists and the head of public relations together with the Head of Obvit Pam, it was later discovered that the tourist was named Mr. Byson, who came from Germany together with a female friend who came from the Philippines.
Head of Public Relations of the Tabanan Police Iptu I Nyoman Subagia, immediately greeted on this occasion using German "Guteen Morgan/good morning" said the Head of Public Relations. Mr. Byson also replied with the same words, even the Head of Public Relations chat with the tourist continued to use English, in the chat Mr. Byson and his girlfriend often laughed and smiled, because the conversation was interspersed with jokes.
When asked about tourists' impressions of Bali and their impressions of police services in the Lake Beratan tourist area, Mr Byson said "The Bali Police are very friendly and very helpful. Bali is very beautiful and also the people are friendly."
When the chat ended, Mr. Byson did not forget to ask for a selfie with Pam Obvit personnel.
Mr. Byson and his girlfriend also did not forget to express their gratitude for the hospitality of the Police and for helping to provide an explanation about Bali. "Thank you" he said in Indonesian. (Rls/Btnc)