Travel Information { Swiss-Belhotel Manokwari }

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Papua is the easternmost province of Indonesia. It comprises the western half of the island of New Guinea, the world's largest and highest tropical island. Papua retains many traditional cultures and is home to some of the richest biodiversity in the world. Lorentz National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest protected area in the Asia-Pacific region, ranges from Papua's southwest coast to its central mountains.

Originally a Dutch colony like the rest of Indonesia, West Papua held elections in 1959 and the elected council took office in 1961, in preparation for full independence. However, the Dutch handed the area over to a UN temporary administration, who in turned gave it over to Indonesia in 1963. The controversial plebiscite known as the Act of Free Choice , held in 1969, resulted in an improbable 100% vote in favor of joining Indonesia. The region, renamed first as Irian Barat (West Irian) and then Irian Jaya (Glorious Irian) has been under heavy Indonesian military control ever since, with the outgunned Free Papua Movement (Operasi Papua Merdeka or OPM) fighting for independence.

The name Papua was restored in 2000 in a sop to the nationalists. A controversial decision to divide the province into three parts was met with violent riots and remains stalled in legal confusion.

Comprising the western half of the island of New Guinea, the world's largest and highest tropical island, Papua is incredibly diverse and different from the rest of Indonesia (or, for that matter, anywhere else in the world). Despite of a population of under three million, Papua is home to over 250 languages and retains many traditional cultures that were until very recently "still in the Stone Age". Cannibalism and headhunting were practiced in some areas until the 1970s or later.

Climate : Tropical with average temperature ranging between 26° - 32°C

Currency : Indonesian Rupiah (Rp). Available in 100,000; 50,000; 20,000; 10,000; 5,000; 1,000; 500; 200; 100; 50; 25 coin denomination.

Swiss-Belhotel Manokwari

We are first international four-star hotel in Manokwari, West Papua. Business and leisure We are first international four-star hotel in Manokwari, West Papua. Business and leisure travelers alike will love what we have to offer! Centrally located in this beautiful city, we are just eight minutes away from the airport and conveniently positioned above a department store, supermarket, and other entertainment options. We also enjoy easy access to the central business district and various tourist attractions.

With our focus on quality service and comfortable living, we offer all the luxury and facilities that will make your accommodation in Manokwari an enjoyable one. Each of our 98 cozy rooms is fully outfitted with an array of convenient amenities to guarantee you a tranquil stay.

With its beautiful and inviting ambience, our in-house restaurant is the perfect setting for a fine dining experience in Manokwari. The cozy bar is an ideal place to meet for simple conversation, evening cocktails or a night cap.

We have the perfect venue for your conferences, meetings, and special occasions! We feature a beautiful ballroom and 6 elegant meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 300 persons, all of which equipped with the latest audiovisual equipment to ensure that your event is a success.

And when it comes for time to play, we have a full range of leisure facilities, including a fully equipped fitness centre, swimming pool, spa, sauna, steam room, as well as a whirlpool! Never want for anything at all when you stay here with us at the Swiss-Belhotel Manokwari West Papua!

Characteristic & Objective Program

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Program Characteristics
The characteristics that distinguish the Executive program from other programs offered by the Trisakti, Institute of Tourism are as follows:
Students of the executive program are students that already possess a Diploma III certificate or those that have not accomplish their study at a tertiary tourism educational institution, but already have a minimal working experience of 2 years in the hospitality and tourism field

Lectures in the class are performed 2 times a week with additional independent learning and assignment tasks as well as tutorials to achieve the required graduate competence.

The time required by each student to accomplish his/her study, is based on the assessment process of their respective work experience which will be recognized as a competence that is set as a requirement for graduates of the Diploma IV as well as the credit transfer process of subjects that the particular student obtained previously.

The transfer of subjects and working experiences into competence units and subjects that are equivalent is done through an Assessment and Acknowledgement Process of the Learning Experience from the work performed, a process known by the term Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

Program Objective
The objective of presenting an executive program is to support the achievement of the STP Trisakti’s Vision and Mission as a tourism educational institution to produce human resource in the field of tourism that are of excellent quality as seen from the national as well as global scale needs.

In general the objective of offering this program is to produce executives that are reliable and of excellence in the service industry, in particular tourism and hospitality. It is expected that the graduates not only gain sufficient capability and entrepreneurship but also possess adequate intellectuality in analyzing and finding solutions for problems they may encounter in their work, and as such being competent in facing business competition that they may encounter.
Besides, the objective of organizing this program is that it can function:

  1. As a place for D-III graduates and those students that once attended tertiary level tourism education and possessing minimal 2 years of working experience, to gain the opportunity to continue their study and obtain their diploma IV certificate providing the educational title of Sarjana Sains Terapan (SST).
  2. As a place for the practitioners in the tourism industry who already hold a position of minimally as supervisor and intent to improve their personal competence to enhance their working quality through a learning process at a formal tertiary educational institution and gain their official graduate certificates.
  3. To provide the opportunity for practitioners in the tourism industry to improve their capabilities in order to develop their career at the position and type of occupation requiring graduate qualifications.
  4. To actually participate in creating a “Comprehensive Life Education” system, which is instigated by the Indonesian government as well as by the global educational world.
  5. As a real form of recognition that the learning process can come about in a formal, non-formal as well as informal manner as stipulated in Republic of Indonesia Law No.: 20 of 2003.

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