Bali Mangrove forests is about 1343.5 hectares situate at Forest Park Ngurah Rai, Bali, became the best of mangrove forests in Indonesia, even in Asia.
The group of experts who have a close look at mangrove area Raya Bali Park South, among others from Japan, Germany, Philippines, Italy and the United States.
Delegation of the Philippines for example, eleven members consisting of mangrove experts for a comparative study on environmental management, particularly the coastal region.
A delegation led by expert advisors Philippines Coastal Environmental Problems Rolando L. Metin during a visit to Bali to look closely the development of mangrove forests.
Similarly, delegates from other countries held a meeting specifically with the Central Mangrove Forest Management and Forest Service Bali and a close look at the various activities in the region.
AAN Buana added, Bali became a pilot project of mangrove forest development, cooperation with the Ministry of Forestry of Indonesia “Japan International Cooperation Agency-JICA” Suwung mangrove area, south Bali.
Projects initiated since 1993 were considered successful enough to develop and preserve various types of TAMANAN, even some of them contain the potential for medicine to cure the disease.
Area of 1343.5 hectares was arranged in such a way, connected with the path, so that became a place of recreation for city dwellers and tourists Denpasar.
Local communities are also used to make the mangrove forest area as a place of recreation such as fishing.
Mangrove forest area extends its location on the south coast beaches of Bali, around Benoa Harbor area until near Ngurah Rai airport, planting is still done on an ongoing basis.
Mangrove forest area intensively handled by 42 workers, half of them technical workers Mangrove Forest Management Center, and two experts from Japan, he said.
Bali has an area of mangrove forest area 1373 ha, up to now still planting and maintenance effort, the hope can serve as “lungs” of the city.