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Join the Cleanup Activity at Roosterfish Beach Club in Bali


Our take for a productive weekend? Head to Roosterfish Beach Club to join “Cats Love to Clean” event on the first weekend of February 2020

Do we ever stop for a moment to think about what happens to the products we used once they have served their purpose? Out of sight does not necessarily mean out of our way. Unclean surroundings are often neglected and sometimes not even considered a problem but they must be dealt with before pristine beaches and crystal clear water become only a tale of the past.

One fact often overlooked, if you go to the beach nearly anywhere in the world, you’ll spot trash and debris littering the coastlines. Sometimes, it’s important to take your time to clean up the beach, as it has numerous benefits for the beach’s ecosystem. By showing that we care for the cleanliness of our environment we can show that we care for nature as a whole.

Our take for a productive weekend? Head to Roosterfish Beach Club to join “Cats Love to Clean” event on the first weekend of February 2020

Show how much you care for your environment and your beach surroundings by joining the “Cats Love to Clean”, a cleanup day activity at Roosterfish Beach Club at Pandawa Beach in Bali on Saturday, 8 February 2020, starting from 5pm to 10pm. The entry fee to the event is IDR 100,000—but we recommend you to bring your own plastic waste, as it allows you for a free entry. Cleaning up doesn’t have to be dull, because Roosterfish Beach Club will be presenting a lineup of entertainment featuring Navicula, 4K Band and DJ Wilson who will delight you throughout the evening.

If you’re interested to join the cleanup activity, please call or text +62 811 3940 3588 or email to [email protected]. Alternatively, to get the latest updates, please visit the website www.roosterfishbeachclub.com or follow the club’s social media channels on Facebook (www.facebook.com/roosterfishbeachclub) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/roosterfishbeachclub).