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BALI UPDATE #1031 - 6 June 2016

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AirAsia X to Exit Sydney and Melbourne
AirAsia X to Axe Fights Between Bali and Melbourne and Sydney, Effective September 1, 2016

News.com.au reports that AirAsia X, the long-haul partner of AirAsia Indonesia will discontinue its flights between Melbourne and Sydney to Bali effective September 1, 2016.

Launched badly and inexpertly in December of 2014 without the paperwork in good order, the initial foray by AirAsiaX into the Australia travel market was an on-again-off-again proposition while the airline navigated the bureaucracy. That misstep resulted in a more than 2-month delay to the start of AirAsia’s X's new Australian operation.

Aviation industry observers see the cancellation of flights to and from Sydney and Melbourne as a boost for TigerAir and perhaps portending further cuts ahead as AirAsia restructures its equity-strapped Indonesian operation.

The decision to terminate its Sydney and Melbourne flights in September 2016 was advised by emails sent to passengers holding tickets and reservation on or after that date.

Passengers affected by the cancellation may move their flights to an earlier date, reroute their flights to Australia via AirAsia’s Kuala Lumpur hub or obtain a credit/refund.

Tigerair has announced its intention to provide “special recovery fares” to assist AirAsia X passengers affected by the cancellation. Travelers able to provide proof of a previous booking on AirAsia X will be eligible to a 20% discount on the same route with TigerAir.


Fun in Bali’s Mountain Lake District
Ulan Danu Beratan Festival Through August 14, 2016

An expected 1,200 artists are expected to perform and a number of cultural competitions be held at the 3rd Ulan Danu Beratan Festival that opened on June 5th and will run until August 14, 2016.

The manager of the Ulan Danu Beratan Tourism Area, I Wayan Mustika, shared plans for the festival with the press on Friday, June 3, 2016.

As reported by BeritaBali.com, the purpose of the annual Ulan Danu Beratan Festival is to celebrate the rich heritage of the area and attract more tourists to visit the picturesque mountain lake district of Bali. At the same time, local and national officials are working to make the Ulan Danu Beratan area an international tourism destination capable of welcoming 500,000 visitors annually.

The Ministry of Tourism has awarded Rp. 300 million in support of the Festival.

Schedule of Ulan Danu Beratan Festival 2016


Charters from China
Charter Flights Between China and Bali are Booming

Applications for permits to operate charter flights between Bali and Mainland China remain high through August 2016.

The State News Agency Antara quotes the commercial director of Citilink Airlines, Hans Nugroho, speaking at the launch of a new Denpasar to Dili flight on May 31, 2016, as saying that his company is preparing to handle the many charter requests for charter flights from China to Bali.

“Requests (for charters) remain high in July and August from nine cities in China,” he said.

Nugroho estimates that during the two-month period of June and July more than 15,000 Chinese charter passengers will land in Bali and other locations in Indonesia.

He revealed that since April of 2015, some 20,000 to 30,000 Chinese tourists have flown to Indonesia on charter flights.

Indonesian airlines are now examining the possibility of establishing scheduled flight service on the routes served by the current charters.

Chinese visitors to Bali now represent the second largest source of Island visitors after Australia. For the period January-August 2015 316,376 Mainland Chinese visited Bali, increasing more than 30% from the same period just one year earlier.

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A Wave and a Kiss Good-Bye
Honeymoon Ends in Tragedy on Nusa Penida Beach in Bali

Metrobali.com reports that a romantic honeymoon in Bali ended tragically for Brad and Lestari Williams from Perth, Western Australia when they were swept into the ocean while walking on a beach at Nusa Penida late on Thursday afternoon, June 2, 2016.

The couple was walking with Lestari’s 8-year-old niece, Ni Kadek Indah Berliana, on the beach at Angel’s Billabong on Nusa Penida when all three were struck from behind by a rogue wave and swept out to sea.

Married in an Australian ceremony last year, the couple had just conducted a second Balinese ceremony before Lestari’s Balinese family and friends the week before the accident.

While the 40-year-old Australian managed to swim back to shore, his 24-year-old bride and 8-year-old niece disappeared beneath the waves.

Less than 24-hours later the body of Lestari washed ashore in Bali at Manggis, Karangasem. The body of the child has yet to be recovered.


Toast of the Island
The Trans Resort Bali hosts a Five-Course Wine Pairing Dinner Featuring Penfolds Wine

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On Monday, May 30, 2016, The Trans Resort Bali hosted a memorable five-course wine pairing dinner featuring the South Australian wines of Penfolds Winery.

50 privileged guest enjoyed welcoming cocktails and Yellowglen Sparkling Wine on the Resort’s The 18th Rooftop Bar before adjourning to The Waterfall Garden for a stunning succession of culinary courses and premier wines.



During pre-dinner drinks, guests were treated to a surprise performance by Melbourne-based jazz vocalist-songwriter, Chelsea Wilson performing her latest hit single.

As guests arrived at the waterfall, they paused for pictures before sitting down to long tables set out in the Penfolds colors of black and red that were lit by delicate ferry light stretched across the face of the 18-meter waterfall. Personalized hand-written notes from the Resort’s general manager, Alexander Jovanovic, awaited at each of the designated seats for the VIP group of diners.



Alexander Jovanovic opened the evening by welcoming the guests and introducing the evening themes of “Taste, Sip, Share and Celebrate.” He then introduced Penfolds Wine Ambassador for Asia - Patrick Dowling who had assisted the Resorts chef in the expert wine pairings for the special evening.

The five courses with began with muse bouche, followed by an entrée of Tuna Tataki that was paired with a very elegant Chardonnay – Penfolds Koonunga. The third course was a prawn and oyster soup served with the Penfolds Koonunga Hills Autumn Riesling that introduced a beautifully presented Quail Dish paired with a blended Penfolds Bin 8 Cabaret Shiraz. The main course - Pan roasted veal was paired with the renowned Penfolds Bin 9 Cabernet Sauvignon. The grand finale of the evening was a fresh Yuzu & Coconut dessert.



“I really enjoy the atmosphere and it’s great when you can have people who have never met to share a meal and talk about food and wine. It’s also fun to have a few of our loyal and regular guests come together. It has been a wonderful evening of incredible cuisine paired with outstanding wines by our Chefs,” said Alexander Jovanovic. “I enjoyed this limited and more intimate setting allowing everyone to get to know each other and appreciate the evening in sheer style together,” he added.

Penfolds’ Patrick Dowling said: “I have very much enjoyed this evening and The Trans Resort Bali has executed the dinner incredibly well. The food and wine were paired excellently. We are keen to create an annual event at The Trans Resort Bali.”

About Penfolds

Penfolds has been creating an impressive array of wines since 1844 and has led the development of Australian fine wine into the modern era. The introduction of Penfolds Grange in 1951 forever changed the landscape of Australian fine wine. Since then a series of standout wines both white and red have been released under the Penfolds label.

Trans Resort Bali Website



Gotta Sing. Gotta Dance
Bali Arts Festival June 11 – July 9. 2016

The 38th Bali Arts Festival will be held June 11 – July 9, 2016, headquartered at the Taman Budaya.  The month-long celebration of traditional performing arts and gallery arts presents artists from across Bali, the whole of Indonesia and selected foreign invitees.

First held in 1979 and the creation of Bali’s 6th governor, Ida Bagus Mantra, the festival originally stretched over two months from mid-June until late August, the PKB has become the repository of both traditional Balinese art forms and an annual influx of creative new contemporary work.

As in year’s part, the 38th PKB will open with a grand parade in Renon, the center of Bali’s capital of Denpasar, on the afternoon of June 11, 2016. The parade passes before a grand stand as is typically presided over by the Governor of Bali and the President of the Republic. All 9 regencies of Bali, the City of Denpasar, and selected international and national delegation will participate in the parade.

Although requiring some effort to navigate its print layout, follow the link for a complete program of the Pesta Kesenian Bali Ke-38/38th Bali Arts Festival 

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Move for Reconciliation Concert
Celebrating Australia’s Reconciliation Week through an Exchange of Aboriginal and Balinese Cultures

On May 29, 2016, the Australian Consulate-General marked Reconciliation Week by holding a concert for disadvantaged children at Bale Desa Kertha Locitta, Banjar, North Bali.

The event was held in partnership with the Bali Children Foundation (BCF), a Bali-based NGO providing education services for children from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Among the attendees were the Australian Consul General for Bali, Dr Helena Studdert; the Vice-Regent of Buleleng, Nyoman Sutjidra; head of Bali’s Social Department, Drs. I Nyoman Wenten; the CEO of Bali Children Foundation, Margaret Barry; the Head of the Samiarsa Seminyak, Foundation, Agung Sutama; and members of the local Banjar.



Reconciliation Week is an important time in the Australian calendar for building respectful relationships between the broader Australian community and Australia’s Indigenous people. To help celebrate contemporary Indigenous Australian culture, the Australian government hosted three Indigenous hip hop instructors, Naomi Wenitong, Juanita Duncan, and Dizzy Doolan to run hip hop dance workshops for BCF children.



Attending the event, Dr Helena Stoddert, Australian Consul General for Bali, said: “The Australian Consulate asked Naomi, Juanita and Dizzy to come to Bali to help us celebrate Reconciliation week because we think the sharing of stories through dance and movement is the perfect way to connect people and build strong bonds.”

The workshops culminated in a community concert where children showcased their newfound hip-hop dance moves presented in combination with traditional Balinese culture to the local villagers.



“It was a great opportunity for BCF children to join the three performers in creating a whole new dance that mixed hip-hop with Australian Aboriginal and Balinese culture. The result was very exciting!” said the CEO of Bali Children Foundation, Margaret Barry.



About Bali Children Foundation

Bali Children Foundation (BCF) was started by Australian businesswoman Margaret Barry of “Magi” boutiques in 2002. Bali Children Foundation provides an educational pathway for disadvantaged Balinese children. Currently, BCF contributes to the education of over 2,100 Balinese children in North, West and East Bali including 43 attending university. In addition to scholarships, BCF also provides after school cultural activities, English language instruction, computer skills and work-readiness mentoring classes.


Holiday High Jinks
Immigration Official: Crime by Foreign Tourists on the Increase in Bali

The head of the Ngurah Rai Immigration Office in Bali, Yosep H A Renung Widodo, has told Kompas.com that with the recent liberalization of visa rules for the citizens of 169 countries there has been a concomitant increase in criminal activity involving foreign nationals in Bali.

With foreign tourist arrivals at an all-time high for the first four months of 2016, Widodo said there has been the emergence of shocking rise in criminal acts committed by tourist visitors.

Widodo added, when speaking to Tribun Bali on Tuesday, May 31, 2016: “The visa-free facility is also become the subject of complaints by a number of foreign consulates. Most complaints are from European consulates, when, in fact, foreign tourists from Europe stay the longest and spend the most.”

The immigration officials said foreign tourists are now becoming involved in theft. Adding: “There are a number of tourists who have been deported, with two or three (now) awaiting deportation. Moreover, there are those we want to deport but who have no passport. We have to wait for a new passport to be issued so they can then be deported.”


Our Shrinking Shorelines
ITDC Convenes Emergency Meeting to Form a Response to Destructive Shore Erosion

DenPost reports that the shoreline of the Indonesian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) at Nusa Dua has suffered severe erosion caused by large waves crashing ashore in recent weeks.

On the afternoon of Thursday, June 2, 2016, large waves washed out the isthmus connecting the Nusa Dharma Peninsula with the mainland.

Interviewed by phone at the time, AA Ngurah Wirawan, Operational Director of the ITDC, said: “I am on my way to Nusa Dua Beach, because of reports that the road to Nusa Dharma has been cut. We have temporarily disconnected the electrical connection to the peninsula.”

Ngurah described the current rate of abrasion as extraordinary. ITDC is trying to find a solution by involving other agencies. On Wednesday, June 1, 2016, ITDC convened a meeting with the Agency for Shorelines and Rivers, the Provincial Sea and Fisheries Agency, the Badung Regency, the District Chief for South Kuta, the armed forces, police and community leaders. The urgently convened meeting concluded that the only truly effective way of reducing the destructive abrasive effect of large waves is by building offshore structures that will mitigate the force of the waves.

Because of the threat posed by the large waves and the significant effort needed to address the problem, Ngurah called on the central government in Jakarta to take a leading hand in finding a solution to the problem of shoreline erosion.

Pleading for a cooperative approach to overcoming erosion, Ngurah said: “In any case, this (problem) has to be approached with a cool head. The policy needs to be calculated and not based on panic. Nature must always be understood on both a physical and metaphysical plane. Frankly, this (problem) has given me a headache. I hope the traditional villages with help persuade the public that in order to solve the problem of erosion needs both time and an extraordinary (joint) effort.”


Bali – An Easy Stretch
Mass Yoga in Downtown Denpasar Bali on June 19, 2016

The Consulate General of India in Bali will mark the Second International Day of Yoga (IDY) on Sunday, June 19, 2016 by convening a Yoga session at the Puputan Margarana Niti Mandala Field in Denpasar starting at 6:00 am.

Organized in cooperation with the provincial government of Bali, Bali’s Governor Made Mangku Pastika will attend as guest of honor.

Speaking in 2014 before the UN General Assembly, the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, espoused the benefits of Yoga, proposing the adoption of an International Yoga Day.

nister Modi said: "Yoga is an invaluable gift of India's ancient tradition. This tradition is 5000 years old. It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfillment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. It is not about exercise but to discover the sense of oneness within yourself, the world and the nature. By changing our lifestyle and creating consciousness, it can help us deal with climate change. Let us work towards adopting an International Yoga Day."

The Indian Prime Minister’s statement immediately struck a chord in Bali, where the Bali-Hindu precept of Tri Hita Karana also champions the need for maintaining balance between Man and Nature, Man and Man, and Man and God.

g on from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s proposal, on December 11, 2014, 193 member countries of the United Nations General Assembly established June 21st as The International Day of Yoga. In its resolution, the UN recognized Yoga as providing a holistic approach to health and well-being and emphasized the need for a wider understanding of the benefits of yoga for the health of the world population.

the International Day of Yoga saw almost 36,000 people in 84 countries perform yogasanas. Pictures shown on balidiscovery.com are from the 2015 International Day of Yoga held in Bali. The International Day of Yoga 2015 saw 3,600 participants gather for a yoga session in Central Denpasar.

June 21st falls on a Tuesday in 2016, the International Day of Yoga will be celebrated on Sunday, June 19, 2016 to permit maximum participation by the community. Organizers are targeting to exceed the 3,600 participants who gathered to perform yogasanas in the early morning.

Participation is without charge.


The Wrong Market
Dutch Supermarket Heir Facing Long Prison Term in Bali for Narcotics Violation

The free-spirited heir of a Dutch grocery store chain, 25-year-old Dlai Heijn, is sitting in a Bali jail cell under suspicion of dealing, importing and producing marijuana and other narcotics, and facing up to 15 years in prison.

As reported by the Netherland Times and New.co.au, Heijn has been resident in Bali since 2013, Heijn is known for staging bizarre and entertaining standup acts in which he would sometimes appear in various states of undress or dressed as a woman.

Police arrested the Dutchman in January after a package from Spain was addressed to Heijn’s address through the postal service containing 224 grams of marijuana. Never in physical possession of the package, Heijn denied any knowledge of the postal shipment and suggested it may have been sent to him as a Christmas prank. Police subsequently inspected the Dutchman’s home where they reportedly uncovered 492 grams of crystal methamphetamine and 42 grams of dimethyltryptamine (DMT).

Heijn is descended from Albert and Gerrti Heijn, the founders of the Ahold Supermarket chain in Holland and the son of spiritual entrepreneur Ronald Jan Heijn.

Prosecutors have reportedly elected not to seek the death penalty against the Dutchman. The trial continues in the District Court in Denpasar.


Steps to Make the Gili Islands Drug-Free
Water Police to Tighten Entry Controls on Gili Islands to Eliminate Narcotics and Enhance Safety at Sea

Within the framework of enhancing security in a key tourism area and controlling the flow of narcotics, the West Nusa Tenggara Water Police have increased patrols in the waters surrounding Lombok’s west coast and the Gili Islands.

As reported by Beritabali.com, the focus of the patrols is on preventing the unlawful entry of narcotics to and from the Gili Islands and Lombok.

The tighter security cordon around the Gili Islands was announced by a spokesman for the West Nusa Tenggara Water Police (Polda Air NTB) on Monday, May 30, 2016.

“A week from now, the NTB Water Police will control ships and fast books entering the NTB Province, including ensuring their documentation is complete, reviewing passenger particulars, compliance with safety rules, checking passenger manifests and inspecting items being carried to and from the Gili's," said Dewa Wijaya of the Polda Air NTB.

Police are intent on controlling the movement of alcohol and narcotics to and from the Gili Islands and will be using trained drug detection dogs to assist them in their work.

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Cleaning Up a Holy Mess
DPRD-Bali Urges Official Published Guide Tariff for Bali’s Mother Temple of Pura Besakih

Foreign tourists are again complaining about extortion practiced by “local guide” who prey on visitors to Bali’s most sacred holy shrine – the Pura Agung Besakih.

According to Balipost.com, these complaints are being considered seriously by a special commission on tourist guides established at the Bali House of Representatives (DPRD-Bali).

A delegation of commission members led by it chairman, A.A. Ngurah Adi Ardana, recently visited the Besakih temple to view first hand the situation in the field and conduct a dialog with the local guides about whom the tourists are complaining.

Ardana emphasized the urgent need of a well-publicized official tariff that can serve as a ready reference for both guides and visitors. The current lack of a posted tariff is one of the main causes, according to the Commission chairman, for the negotiated prices now being applied and the impression received by many tourist visitors that they are being victimized and preyed upon.

Adi Ardana has asked the Regency of Karangasem to deal with this problem as soon as possible. According to law, any official tariff for visitors to Puri Besakih and associated guide fees must be ratified under a regency regulation.

Once an official tariff for local guides is in place, says Ardana, the tourists brought to Besakih by licensed provincial guides can also be accompanied by a local guide from Besakih.

Ardana added: “If there are tourists who do not want to use the services of a local guide, I ask that they (local guides) do not try to force or coerce tourists to use their services.”

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Sometimes I Feel Like a Mother Earth Child
Bali Safari and Marine Park Celebrates World Environment Day with the Kids of Jodie O’Shea Orphanage

The world celebrated World Environment Day on June 6, 2016 – a date set aside since 1972 by the UN General Assembly, that serve to inspires the people of the planet with the resounding theme – “There is Only One Earth.” Simultaneous activities conducted in countries around the world on that date seeks to raise the global community’s consciousness of the need for positive action in support of a sustainable world environment.

In its continuing tradition of reaching out to and involving the surrounding community, the Bali Safari & Marine Park invited children from the Jodie O’Shea Orphanage in Bali to spend World Environment Day 2016 learning the importance of protecting the earth and ways to live their lives in an environmentally responsible manner.

g the coming generation of young Indonesians who will help determine the future course of the Earth, the Bali Safari and Marine Park organized a range of activities designed to inculcate values embracing responsible action in support of a “green world.” The children from the Orphange participated in “color searches” where, divided into five groups, the kids were dispatched to various locations within the 40-hectare Park complex and presented with unique team challenges intended to share practical knowledge on how to protect the natural world. Once each team found the “treasure” of a paint supply, they were given the task of painting a waste bin for the Park in their team’s color.

acing the Park with brightly colored trash bins, the kids signed their names on a large canvas pledging to “Act Now for a Better Future,” leaving their team color hand prints as proof of an enduring promise to live in accordance with the sustainable rules of a green planet.

d other activities have been developed by the Park to encourage the visiting children and others to develop a greater concern for the natural environment. As the coming generation, children will play the pivotal role in creating a sustainable world. Through the teaching and sharing of valuable lessons about the natural world, tomorrow’s leaders will be better equipped to act in a responsible way towards Mother Earth.

Santoso, General Manager of the Bali Safari and Marine Park, said: “As a conservation body we have been entrusted with the care of wild animals and the natural environment. The world is not merely the home of mankind, but also the home of all living things. Through the thoughtful celebration of World Environment Day we hope that the entire community, not only in Bali but around the planet, will begin to understand the absolute necessity to preserve and protect the environment for coming generations. This can begin with the simplest of actions, such as keeping a clean local environment and using the Earth’s resources in a responsible and sustainable way."


Bali Targeting 8 Million Tourist Visitors by 2019
PHRI-Chairman Says Bali Has Enough Rooms for 8 Million Foreign Visitors, But Island’s Supporting Infrastructure is Under Severe Strain

With Indonesia targeting 20 million foreign tourist arrivals by 2019, Bali has been allocated 8 million tourists as its share of this target.

The chairman of the Bali Chapter of the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI-Bali) remains optimistic that this target can be achieved, but cautions that heightened attention must be paid to the island's supporting infrastructure, including its roadways and airport.

The PHRI-Bali chairman, Tjokorda Oka Artha Ardhana Sukawati (Cok Ace) said that the 4 million foreign tourists welcomed to Bali in 2015 resulted in severe traffic congestion in the urban areas of Denpasar and Badung. In addition to improving the roadways of Bali, he said attention must also be paid to improving facilities at popular tourism objects.

Cok Ace said that if the roads and destination facilities improved, and substantial money spent on tourism promotion - the 8 million target should be sustainable.

The PHRI Chairman said that based on the current average length of stay of around 3 days and an estimated supply of 130,000 rooms, Bali has sufficient room supply to accommodate the targeted growth in tourist visitors.

The PHRI chairman said that despite the high targets for tourism growth to Bali, a moratorium on new building is needed to until such a time as the supporting infrastructure can be brought into line to increase the carrying capacity of the Island’s tourism industry.


Faulty Towers
West Bali Villagers Object to Plans to Build High Voltage Crossing Tower Near Sacred Temples

Pans to build gigantic high-voltage towers to suspend power lines running between West Bali and East Java is meeting with opposition from the people of the Village of Sumberklampok at the West Bali National Park.

As reported by Balipost.com, opposition to the tower is linked to close proximity to the Segara Rupek Temple, considered by many to rank among Bali’s most sacred temples. As such, Balinese Hindus insist that the pylons to support the power line must stand no closer than, depending on one’s interpretation of the rules, two or five kilometers.

The High-Voltage Tower to be built on Bali’s West Coast will be among the world’s tallest, standing 376-meters high. By comparison, the Eiffel Tower in Paris is 325-meters high. The power lines supported by the tower will carry 500 kilo-volts on power from the Watudodol Power Plant at Banyuwangi, East Java to Bali.

The West Bali landing point for the power-line project known as “Bali Crossing” will be at the Bali National Park in an area close to the sacred Segara Rupek Temple and Payogan Temple.

Work is already underway near the site with the constriction of a jetty eight-kilometers from the Segara Rupek Temple that will be used to transport material to be used that cannot be transported by road. Meanwhile, access roads to the building site are being widened.

A village chief from Sumberkelampok, Wayan Sawitrayasa said on Sunday, June 5, 2016 that he has received many complaints from local residents protesting plans to erect the high-power pylon in the village. When he personally checked the proposed location for the pylon, he said position is only 500 meters from the temple.


Enhanced Health Care for Bali
Bali’s New International Hospital to Open in April 2017

NusaBali reports that the Rumah Sakit Internasional (RSI-International Hospital Project) located on the Bypass in Sanur, Bali is scheduled to commence operations in April 2017.

At the instruction of Bali’s Governor and in order to serve the Bali’s most needy citizens, initially areas reserved as VIP wards will be open for use by the poor.

I Putu Astawa, chief of the Provincial Planning and Development Agency, told the press on May 31, 2016: “This October the physical construction (of the hospital) will be completed. Then we need to purchase medical equipment, beds and other items. By April 2017 we will at least be able to conduct a soft opening.”

The RSI will have consumed Rp. 220 billion for the physical construction. This does not cover equipping the hospital and staffing the facility.

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Keeping Bali’s Villa Industry Legal
Bali Villa Association Calls for Crackdown on Illegal Villas and Standardisation of Operating Procedures

BisnisBali reports that the Bali Villa Association (BVA) is calling on the government to introduce minimum standards for security for commercial villas operation on the Island.

Gede Sukarta, chairman of the BVA, made the call via the press on Wednesday, June 1, 2016, saying government supervision of safety and security over Bali’s large commercial villa industry was long past due. Part of the problem, Sukarta said, was the large number of illegal villas operating with little or no control that represents a latent threat to the reputation of the villa industry and the Island's tourism industry.

He said the legal villas grouped together in the BVA are professionally managed and able to compete with 4 and 5-star hotels in Bali.

He also issued a call for joint and decisive action by BVA members and the government against illegal villas. The BVA is committed to licensing and certification programs encompassing security, safety, manpower and management in order to protect the reputation of Bali’s villa industry and the Island’s reputation as an international tourism industry.

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Remember to Wave
Weather Office Issues “Emergency” Warning for High Waves Until June 10, 2016

The Bali Meteorology, Climate and Geophysics Agency (BMKG-Bali) has issued an “emergency warning“ that high waves washing over the popular beachside area of Kuta and onto the adjoining Jalan Pantai Kuta can be expected to continue until around June 10, 2016.

The high tide levels on Kuta beach are now measuring at 2.3 to 2.7 meters above the mean.

Quoted by the Bali Post, the chief of the BMKG-Bali, I Nyoman Gede Wiryajaya, explained on Sunday, June 5, 2016, that the height of waves and high tides are related to two factors. First, are the tidal movements resulting from the gravitational pull of the moon. Second, is the effect of the weather that creates wave patterns.

Tidal movements are influenced by the periodic phase of the moon. Meanwhile, the strength and size of waves washing ashore are the results of wind speeds, the persistence of wind patterns and the side effect of weather patterns in adjacent areas. Wiryajaya continued: “At the present time, the winds predominately are blowing from the east and southeast operating in conjunction with a low-pressure areas in the Indian Ocean that are together producing high waves that come crashing ashore.”

Wiryajaya also explained that in starting from late May 2016, Kuta hs been experiencing very high waves washing ashore that were the result of both weather conditions and astronomical conditions that will persist until around June 10, 2016. Bali is currently in the phase of a “new moon” during which the moon and the earth are aligned in a manner that produces strong tidal surges.

The BMKG chief for Bali is urging both domestic and international visitors exercise caution when visiting the beach and remain aware of the threat of sudden and unexpected large waves washing ashore.


Down on the Beach an Orchestra’s Playing
EVENT CANCELED: Bali SKAL Ball – Saturday, July 9, 2016

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Balidiscovery.com has been advised that this event has been cancelled. Please contact the number or email shown to obtain information on the new date.

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Widely acknowledge as Bali’s social event of the year, the Bali SKAL Ball returns on Saturday, July 9, 2016, starting at 7:00 pm at Taman Bhagawan on Tanjung Benoa, South Bali.

The gala evening on the beach in Bali is open to all, but, as in years past, members of Indonesia’s travel and hospitality industry are certain to dominate among those attending.

Bali’s best party will offer free flow wine, beer and tropical cocktails in combination with opulent displays of roasts and carvings featuring imported US and Australian prime cuts of beef, generous displays of European cheeses, a dessert corner, home-baked specialty breads, seafood displays and food stalls. Adding to the merriment will be live stage acts, a live band, and a DJ.

Lavish door prizes and raffles will also be part of the party of the year.

Tickets typically sell out quick for the night.

Early Bird Ticket Prices (Before June 9, 2016)

Rp. 850,000 net - individual
Rp. 8 million net – table of ten

Tickets After June 9, 2016

Rp, 950,000 net – individual
Rp. 8.5 million net - table of ten

For more information or to order tickets Telephone
+62-(0)812 3997 5320 or Email

Bali SKAL Ball
Saturday, July 9, 2016
Taman Bhagawan – Tanjung Benoa, South Bali
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Bali Update #501
April 17, 2006
 

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