Indonesian DMC Sustainability Collaboration (shortly known as IDSC) is first initiated by Destination Asia, Happy Trails, and Kelana DMC. The three DMC are implementing the sustainability development through their business practices and have encountered a challenge that most of us also pick-up during the progress.
When most of the supply chain that is partnered in the whole Indonesian archipelago have redundant survey from different entities, each of the three DMC start to realize that establishing one collaboration act will actually help throughout the entire process with unified standard and leveraging the position to give impactful reach to all partners.
To stimulate and encourage growth within tourism industry in Sustainability and Health & Safety and its compliance among supply chain spreading out in whole Indonesian archipelago.
IDSC will be an integral part to play as a role model for tourism organizations to work towards Sustainability and Health & Safety by pioneering as an association of different business entities.
Bali never ceases to amaze people around the world. I’ve worked more than 7 years in the line of tourism and truly acknowledged it has the beauty, the mysticism, the culture, and of course the authentic tropical nature put all together as one of the outstanding destinations in Indonesia. With the aim to counter the arising challenges for its conservation along with another destination spread out in the archipelago, we are now standing together in collaboration act to contribute to the encouragement and involvement on all related parties from every level of tourism industry for sustaining these wonders to the future generations. We start from Bali, and walk beyond.
My name is Irma Ariyanti and I work as admin for IDSC. I’m a native to Bali and I feel directly of the impact on the current development on the island in the past 20 years. Bali was a more of green and lush with all the trees growing in the backyard, now we’d notice the buildings arising in between the Balinese houses and the mother nature. I believe there’s a balance we can create to counter the growing of tourism here and in Indonesia in general. And that’s also why I am here.