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The 12th Indonesian Palm oil Conference event at Bali Nusa Dua Theatre

28 November 2016

The 12th Indonesian Palm Oil Conference and Price Outlook is the annual event that held by GAPKI (Gabungan Pengusaha Kelapa Sawit Indonesia). This year, the event held at Nusa Dua Bali. Bali has chosen, since it famous as the best tourist destination of all over the worlds and also as the connection bridge to introduce Indonesian cultures to the world.

On a very great opportunity, Bali Nusa Dua Theatre became one of the meeting event locations of the Palm Oil Conference from all around the world. Entitled "Networking Night" the event that started at 17.00 on 24 November 2016, offered various attractive performance, such as live music, fire dance and also warm and entertaining dinner along Bali Nusa Dua Theatre location.

Devdan Show performance became one of the charms that presented on this annual event. Feature Bali, Kalimantan, Papua and also the island of Sumatera as the best palm oil producer in Indonesia, as the highlight of the show. Devdan Show represents the richness of Indonesian cultures through the magnificent traditional and contemporary dances, glorious Technicolor and prodigious sound effect. Through IPOC 2016 and Devdan Show, hundreds of palm oil industry participants from all over the world gathered and enjoyed the festive of warm and wonderful cultures of Indonesia.

Networking Night Dinner by IPOC at Bali Nusa Dua Theatre

Fire Dance Performance on Bali Nusa Dua Theatre area

Networking Night of IPOC 12th Conference

Euphoria on the Devdan Show's stage

Brand Ambassador of Devdan Show welcoming the guest of IPOC conference


Devdan Show is a 90-minute performance showcasing the culture of Indonesia through the combination of traditional, aerial, and contemporary dances. The story starts with 2 kids finding five cultural things from five big islands in Indonesia: songket from Sumatera, keris from Java, udeng from Bali, horn from Kalimantan, and koteka Papua. More information, visit