Tuesday 26 December 2023

A row of beach club businesses owned by Raffi Ahmad, from Bali to Padang


Raffi Ahmad has recently been in the spotlight after he announced he would build a beach club in Yogyakarta.

The beach club business seems to be Raffi’s business, which he has been doing for a long time. Nagita Slavina’s husband owns several beach club businesses, including:

1. Mari Beach Club, Bali

Mari Beach Club in Bali is owned by Raffi Ahmad. (Instagram/@maribeachclubbali) Raffi Ahmad has a Beach Club in Bali covering an area of ​​2500 square meters. Raffi named Mari Beach Club which is located at Batu Belig No.66 Kerobokan Kelod, North Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali.

Raffi Ahamad’s beach club is open every day from 12.00-22.00 WITA and 12.00-23.00 WITA on weekends.

Mari Beach Club is made with large banhinans resembling the central mountains which are typical of Bali. This beach club leaves a luxurious and exclusive impression that is organized from the atmosphere, concept, facilities to services.

This club provides swimming pool facilities, shops, restaurants and a VVIP area.

2. Marawa Beach Club, Padang

Marawa Beach Club in Padang, West Sumatra is owned by Raffi Ahmad. (Instagram/@marawabeachclub) Marawa Beach Club (MBC) is one of the businesses of Raffi Ahmad and Nagita Slavia.

Marawa Beach Club (MBC) is one of the beach club businesses owned by Raffi Ahmad and Nagita Slavina. This beach club is located in the Air Manis Beach area, Padang, West Sumatra.

Marawa Beach Club was built in a semi-open building without walls. The existing building is also used as a restaurant. Meanwhile, on the edge of the beach, bean bags are equipped for visitors to relax while enjoying the sea view.

3. Bekizart Beach Club, Yogyakarta

Latest Raffi Ahmad plans to build a beach club in the Krakel Beach area, Gunungkidul, Yogyakarta. Construction of this beach club will begin in 2024. The resort owned by the Sultan Andara couple will be named Bekizart. However, the construction of Raffi Ahmad’s new beach club has sparked controversy because it was built on protected land in the Gunungsewu Karst Natural Landscape Area.

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