Plan your IMCAS in Bali

Key Moments

7.00
Registration begins
8.30 - 19.00
Conference & exhibition
11.00 - 13.00
Live demonstrations: Lasers & EBD
14.00 - 17.00
Anatomy on Cadaver Workshop
19.00
Networking cocktail
7.00
Registration begins
8.30 - 18.00
Conference & exhibition
8.30 - 18.00
One day surgery: France-Asia
11.00 - 13.00
Live demonstrations: Fillers and toxins
14.00 - 16.00
Live demonstrations: Threads
20.00
Gala dinner
8.00
Registration begins
8.30 - 14.00
Conference & exhibition
14.00
End of IMCAS Asia 2017
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Venue & Getting There
Westin Resort Nusa Dua
Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua, 80363 (Indonesia)
20 minutes from the airport
Getting there
By air
The main international gateway to Indonesia is the Sukarno-Hatta International Airport of Jakarta (also known as Cengjareng CKG). From here you will need to get a connecting flight to the International Airport of Denpasar (DPS) (also known as the Ngurah Rai International Airport) on the island of Bali which is conveniently situated just 20 minutes away from the Westin Resort by car.

By taxi
There are few public transport options available, so the easiest way to get from the airport to the Westin Resort is to take a taxi cab costing between 100,000 and 150,000 IDR (8-12 USD) .


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Tours & Travel
Bedugul Bali Bedugul
Bali

You will need to head towards the center-northern part of the island to truly enjoy the wonders of Bali's nature. Perched 800 meters above sea level, tucked in the Batur mountain crater, Bedugul shelters riveting terraced rice fields, lush hills as well as the famous Ulun Danu temple built on Lake Beratan.
Denpasar Bali Denpasar
Bali

If you wish to get off from the beaten-track and experience life like a local, Bali's bustling capital city Denpasar will offer just that! The busy streets are filled with numerous colorful local markets, temples, palaces,museums, shops and restaurants.
Uluwatu Bali Uluwatu
Bali

High on a cliff-top, the spectacular black coral-rock Uluwatu temple towers above the Indian Ocean, guarding Bali from the evil spirits of the sea. It is a wonderful vantage point to admire the sunset and boundless panorama.
Ubud Bali Ubud
Bali

Enjoy a day trip to Ubud, home of Bali's traditional culture, built among the rice fields and Mount Batur. A center for fine arts and dance, this is a must-go-to site to discover the national treasures and cultural landmarks.
Blue Lagoon Bali Blue Lagoon
Bali

Blue Lagoon is the name given to the diving jewel of Padang Bay. Swim in the clear blue waters among the corals, colouful fishes and sea turtles and explore this underwater world.
Monkey Forest Bali Monkey Forest
Bali

Enter this forest of trees within the sacred grounds of Padangtegal and get up-close to its inhabitants; long-tailed Balinese monkeys swinging with great agility in the treetops. A word of caution, these furry animals are not as timid as they may seem!
Nusa Dua Bali Nusa Dua
Bali

Indulge in luxury in this area located in the southern region of Bali in the Bukit Peninsula. Pristine beaches, a superb golf course and up-market boutiques and hotels make up this exclusive resort area.
Besakih temple Bali Besakih temple
Bali

Known as the "mother temple of Bali", nested on the slopes of Mount Agung, Besakih is the holiest of Hindu temples and a main point of pilgrimage. Enjoy the light breeze that passes through the temple complex whilst meditating in front of the expanse of blue ocean water.
Blue Point Bali Blue Point
Bali

Suluban beach, also known as Blue Point is the surfer's mecca of Bali's southern tip. Hidden between the cliffs and the breaking waves, this is a spot for the more adventurous or for those seeking a secluded and romantic atmosphere against a jaw-dropping backdrop.
Mount Agung Bali Mount Agung
Bali

For the adventurous and physically fit, Mount Agung volvano offers an incredible trekking challenge at 3100 meters above sea level. Boasting the highest peak of Bali there are several climbing routes possible to reach the summit of this holy mountain.
Kuta Lombok Kuta
Lombok

Located on Lombok island, the long sandy beach of Kuta is a popular tourist and surfing spot which is sure to cater for everyone's needs. For some evening fun, head out to the restaurants and bars in this entertainment hotspot.
Gili Islands Gili Gili Islands
Gili

A speedboat trip away from Bali lie several islets of paradise. Each island has its own particularity although on each you will only be able navigate on foot, bicycle or horse-drawn carriage- a sure way to put your feet up and relax!
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