The Indonesian Ministry of Transportation has officially started the construction of a passenger terminal building at Sanur Port in Bali.
The first pre-drilling activities were attended by Transportation Minister, Budi Karya Sumadi, on January 23.
“We are optimistic that this port would attract tourists to visit areas known as the Golden Triangle comprising Sanur, Nusa Penida, and Nusa Lembongan,” the minister Sumadi said in a press statement.
Work on the terminal building is part of Sanur Port’s construction project conducted by the Directorate General of Sea Transportation – targeted for completion in May 2022.
The construction of Sanur Port, comprising consulting service and physical construction work, had commenced in December 2020.
The physical construction work of Sanur Port includes:
- breakwater 1 for the South Side,
- breakwater 2 for the North Side,
- dredging operations,
- floating pier,
- land facility development work for the terminal building,
- implementation of the construction safety management system.
Currently, the progress in construction of Sanur Port has reached 42,4 pct completion. Overall, the project is targeted to be completed in mid-2022.