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BALI UPDATE #1078 - 01 May 2017

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A Stunning Dinner on the Move
AYANA Offers Five Delectable Course, Five Wines and Three Venues on a Single Evening, May 26, 2017.

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Showcasing three stunning venues in a single exceptional evening on Friday, May 26, 2017, AYANA Bali Resort’s international culinary team will welcome a privileged group of in-house guests and Island residents to experience a five-course dinner paired with a premier selection of France’s award-winning wines of Provence’s Lavau Winery.

Located at the very center of Provence, Lavau Winery supports four cellars that curate appellations of the Southern Rhône valley stretching from Côtes du Ventoux to the Côtes du Rhône, and the world renowned cru’s of Tavel, Vacqueyras, Gigondas and Chateauneuf du Pape.

The Lavau family has worked as winemakers for generations in locales as diverse as Bordeaux to the exotic climes of Tunisia. In 1962, the family uprooted to the Rhône Valley. Today, the cellars associated with the Lavau names is managed by Benoit and Frederic Lavau working with some 350 local growers of grape.

Starting at 6:00 pm as the sunsets into the Indian Ocean, guests will gather for an al fresco Champagne reception at H20. Located at the picturesque River Pool, guests will be welcomed with a glass of Champagne, paired with a savory menu of cosmopolitan canapés.

After sunset, it's a short walk to the enchanting Asmara Gazebo will bring diners to an expansive cliff-top lawn overlooking the ocean. Amid flickering candlelight and a starry night sky, guests will delight in five sumptuous courses, each paired with premium wines from the Lavau Winery paired to complement each dish.

Utilizing the very best in imported and garden fresh local ingredients, signature specialties will include Foie Gras and Mango, Duet of European Blue Lobster and Grilled Kiwami Beef.

The evening culminates with a relaxing digestive served at the seaside Rock Bar Bali until 11:00 - an iconic landmark among Bali’s collection of outstanding bars.

The evening is priced at Rp. 1.450.000 net per person. Reservations are essential and space is limited.

For Booking Email


Took This You Dirty Rat?
Bali X-Files: The Rat Who Wore Too Much Jewelry

The villagers of Banjar Bayan in Desa Tua, Marga, Tabanan Regency, were astounded by the recent discovery of a household rat with a pronounced inclination to wear jewelry.

Nusa Bali reports that 15-year-old I Wayan Suriadnyana panicked when he could no longer find a “charm ring” (Cincin Motif Bromo) that he was certain he placed in an open pouch in his bedroom closet. He alerted his mother, Ni Made Sri Marini, of the missing 5-gram gold ring with a red stone he had purchased for Rp. 2 million and the mother-son team immediately proceeded to scour his room in search of the ring.

The boy’s Mother said her son had discovered his ring was missing on the morning of Tuesday, April 25, 2017, after having removed it the previous night before joining a neighborhood volleyball game. Wayan was certain that he placed the ring in an open pouch containing other items of gold jewelry. However, when he went to retrieve the ring the next morning, he discovered it was the only piece of jewelry missing from the pouch.

In the course of the exhaustive search, a large rat suddenly fell from a ventilator in the boy’s bedroom with the missing ring snugly fitting around the rodent’s neck.

Martini’s husband quickly captured the overdressed rat and brought it out of the bedroom where he killed it in order to remove the very snugly fitting ring.

Rats are revered in Bali, as are all living things, and given the human name of “Jero Ketut.” Because of this, the dead rodent was appropriately burned as prayers were offered for the repose of its soul.

While the family did not bother to call in a Hindu priest to determine the import and significance of the strange turn of events. Martini reports that her Son no longer has any interest in wearing the ring that he now intends to sell. While looking for someone to buy the ring, the ring is being stored under lock and key.

Sri Martini told the press that neighbors have often lost items of value under mysterious circumstances. She said a number of locals have lost Rp. 200,000 to Rp. 300,000, but this was the first time that an item of jewelry went missing.


Signing Off
Armed Police in Bali Removing Roadside Greeting Signs Installed by Local ‘Community’ Gangs

Perhaps signalling a stronger hand now in charge in dealing with organized gangs or “people's organizations” (Ormas) in Baii, Balipost.com reports that fully-armed Sabhara and Buser members of the Bali police undertook nighttime sweeps of areas in Jembrana and Gianyar on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, to remove roadside banners installed by local gangs.

According to a police spokesperson, Hengky Wijaya, the sweeping operation also involved members of local banjars neighborhood watch teams (pacalang).

The armed officials, working under the cover of night, removed banners and billboards installed by “people's organizations.”

Operating under the guise of local community action groups “Ormas” are increasing blamed by police  to and protection rackets in operation across the Island.

Wijaya explained: “Ever since Inspector General Galose became the chief of police for Bali, one of his duties has been battling transnational and organized crime. For example, on the local level, he has fought hoodlumism from people's organizations.”

Since assuming office, General Galose has been vigilant in removing banners and billboards erected by members of people's organization carrying seasonal felicitations to the community. Recently the roadside banners have begun to reappear in concurrence with the Kuningan and Galungan Holidays. Police are now moving in to remove the signs.

Warning people's organization to not even contemplate installing roadside greetings anywhere in Bali, Police say they will visit other areas of Bali to remove any roadside signs from local gangs that may appear.

Photo: Bali Post


Happy Yoga – Pranayama Dasar
Bali Mindfulness: Free Mass Yoga Practice Every Sunday Morning in Denpasar from 7:00 am – 8::00 am.

The public is invited to join a weekly Happy Yoga – Prananyama Dasar session held every Sunday morning from 7:00 am – 8:00 am in the yard of the Dinas Kebudayaan Bali on Jalan Juanda 1, Renon, Denpasar.

The location is immediately on the eastern side of the Governor’s Office. In the event of rain, the group practice will be held in the public hall on the First Floor of the Dinas Kebudayaan Building.

Panji Tisna, from Marga, Tabanan in West Bali has lived and studied in the USA and Australia and has been a Yoga enthusiast for more than 3 decades. He has been a teacher at the Yoga Sudarshan Kriya the Art of Living Foundation for more than 8 years and launched in 2015 the International Day of Yoga Bali.

Panji holds an International Yoga Instructor’s Certificate from S-Vyssa Yoga University in Bangalore, India.

Participation is open to all ages without charge Those attending the yoga session are asked to wear loose-fitting clothing, bring a yoga mat and a personal supply of drinking water.


In Sickness and in Health
BIMC Siloam Nusa Dua Offers More Affordable Medical Services in South Bali

The BIMC Siloam Nusa Dua Hospital - inside the Indonesia Tourism Development Complex (ITDC – formerly BTDC), has been acquired by the Siloam Group and rebranded as the BIMC Siloam Nusa Dua Hospital with medical services now priced at levels aimed to attract a wider base within the general public.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, Dr. I A Made Ratih Komala Dewi said, “We will optimize our service to the people of Bali with services of an international quality.”

Dr. Raitih’s comments were made at a press gathering to launch the Hospital’s new branding and logo held on Wednesday, on April 26, 2017.

The BIMC Siloam Nusa Dua Hospital originally opened in May 2012 as the BIMC Hospital Nusa Dua.

To date, an estimated 70-80% of the patients served by the modern hospital have been foreign tourists visiting Bali. Under its new ownership, branding, and pricing policy - the Hospital aims to have a patient mix that will be 40% Balinese. Dr. Ratih outlined how Indonesian nationals, foreign residents with stay permits and people holding local insurance coverage will enjoy special pricing for medical services at NIMC Siloam Nusa Dua.

Another important change - patients coming to BIMC Siloam Nusa Dua’s Emergency Room can use the BPJS State Health Insurance Scheme. Patients requiring hospitalization will subsequently be referred to other hospitals operated by the Siloam Group where more beds are available.

The BIMC Siloam Nusa Dua has only 50 patient beds, 31 of which are for in-patient care and the remaining 19 for intensive care.

The Director of Medical Services for BIMC Siloam Nusa Dua, Dr. Hermes Santosa, confirms that a larger number of specialist doctors now work from the Hospitals’ policlinic - ranging from internists, pediatricians, anesthesiologists, obstetricians, coronary care specialists, ear-not-throat doctors, neurologists, general surgeons, orthopedists, and oncologists.

In total, the Hospital offers 33 specialists and 16 general practitioners.


Attacking the Hand that Fed Him
Owner of Bakas Elephant Park Killed in Elephant Attack

I Nyoman Levi Suweta (Mangku Levi), the 60-year-old owner of Bakas Levi Rafting & Bakas Elephant Tour died on Friday, April 29, 2017, at 10:20 am after being attacked by one of the male elephants at the park located in Bakas Village, Banjarangkan.

Reports in the media say Suweta was feeding the elephant in its enclosure when the animal attacked, grabbing the man with its trunk and tusks, before throwing his body that landed 12-meters from the cage.

Suweta suffered open wounds to his head, face, chest, and thigh. Doctors said that a gash wound to the chest, possibly delivered with by the elephant's tusk, was the probable cause of death.

The Park owner was rushed to the Klungkung General Hospital where he was pronounced dead-on-arrival.

Police have visited the scene of the incident and ruled the death as the result of a workplace accident.

Suweta, who suffered from high-blood-pressure and a heart condition, was reportedly sharing fruit taken earlier from a completed religious ceremony when the animal attacked him.

The Bakas Levi Rafting Elephant Park is home to a herd of 8-Sumatran elephants.


Timetable Set for Election Process
April 17, 2019, Set for Nationwide Election of Lawmakers, Provincial Heads and Indonesia’s Next President.

The date for nationwide elections in Indonesia to elect the president, provincial and regional heads of government and lawmakers has been set for Wednesday, April 17, 2019.

NusaBali reports that a special committee on election rules and regulations has selected the date in consultation with the National Election Board (KPU) and the Agency for the Supervision of Elections (Bawaslu).

The chairman of the Special Committee on the Election (Pansus Pemilu), Lukman Edy, announced the selection of Wednesday, April 17, 2019.

Edy said the selection of Wednesday was done because of the traditional choice of a Wednesday for elections. Also taken into consideration was the fact that Wednesday is the most rational choice in terms of maximizing public participation in the election process. Selection of another day of the week for the Election Day would pose the risk of the polling day (usually an official holiday) becoming a “long weekend” encouraging people to travel when they should be in their home community exercising their right to vote.

15 parties are expected to participate in the 2019 election, a fact that also prompted the special commission to select the 17th day of the month as a date that showed no numerucal partiality or favor to one of the competing parties.

The month of April was selected to allow the election to be held sufficiently far in advance of the taking of office/oaths to allow the settlement of any disputes regarding the final results of polls held across the Nation that might arise.

The election committee has decided that the election process in 2019 will only last six months with campaigns starting on October 13, 2018, and officially ending on April 13, 2019.

The nomination process will commence on October 13, 2018, when the verification of political party’s right to participate in the election process will start. This is an 18-month process leading up to the actual election, shorter than the 22-month period provided for in the last election.
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The confirmation of the candidates eligible to run for the Presidency and Vice-Presidency will take place in September 2018 with the final swearing in of the next President and Vice-President to take place on October 20, 2019.


Come Out Swinging in Five Years
American Tourist Facing Maximum Sentence of Five Years in Prison for Hitting Guard at Sky Garden Bar in Kuta

The Jakarta Post and DenPost report that an American man, Garyn Cancio (25), was arrested in Bali after becoming involved in an altercation with a security guard at the Sky Garden Bar and Lounge on Jalan Legian in Kuta on Sunday, April 23, 2017.

Cancio is alleged to have attacked a member of the bar’s staff when he was asked to move away from an area where he blocking the movement of staff.

Kuta police say Cancio became belligerent and was drunk when he struck a Balinese security guard, I Putu Gede Abdi, with a glass causing injuries to the Balinese man’s ear and neck.

Police said they would charge the American with assault under a section of the criminal code carrying a maximum penalty of 5 years imprisonment.


Paradise as a Parking Lot?
Parking Fees to be Introduced in May 2017 at Nusa Dua?

NusaBali reports that the Indonesian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) is preparing to start charging parking fees for vehicles parked in the Central and Satellite Parking Areas.

The Managing Director of the ITDC complex in Nusa Dua, Wayan Karioka, said the introduction of parking fees is needed to organize and rationalize parking services in the area.

Karioka said plans to apply a parking fee in certain areas of Nusa Dua are still in a trial phase with the fees to be charged still under consideration. Any final decision on rates, said Karioka, will be based on a case study undertaken by the Udayana University in 2016.

The plan under consideration calls for tenants of Nusa Dua, those employed within Nusa Dua, taxis, and local residents to be exempted from paying any parking fee.

The new parking fee for the central parking area of Nusa Dua will be introduced in May 2017, pending authorization from the relevant government agencies.


Kings of the Road
400 Vintage Car Convoy in Bali Parades on Behalf of Road Safety

Admirers of vintage automobiles joined forces on Sunday, April 23, 2017, to campaign for road safety by undertaking a 130-kilometer road convoy of antique vehicles from Denpasar to the Goa Lawa Bat Caves in Klungkung before ending in the tourism village of Penlipuran in Bangli.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, a member of the Indonesian Association of Antique Car Enthusiasts in Bali (PPMKI-Bali), Yos Dharmawan, explained that the convoy was organized to celebrate the 12th anniversary of the organization and in order to campaign for highway safety.

The Chief of Police for the Province of Bali, Inspector General Petrus Reinhard Golose, participated in the symbolic  “send off” for the convoy of old cars.

Bali Police welcome any initiative to reduce the high rate of traffic accidents on Bali’s roads that increase from year to year.

In 2016, Bali recorded 1,628 accidents, an increase from the 1,492 reported in 2015. 485 fatalities were linked to road accidents in 2016 comprised of 385 ranked as serious injury and 2,114 as minor injuries.

The antique vehicle convoy organized by PPMKI-Bali involved 400 vintage cars originally built between 1930 and 1980.

The oldest car joining the convoy was a 1936 Buick.


Rabies on the Decline in Bali
Bali Starts 2017 Recording Lower Rate of New Rabies Infections

Since emerging as a public health threat in 2008, rabies continues to claim victims in Bali, albeit in reduced numbers than in the past.

Balipost.com quotes the head of animal health (PKH) for the province of Bali, Dr. IKG Nata Kesuma, who said new cases of the fatal disease decreased 61% in 2016, becoming 206 human cases as compared to 539 cases in 2015.

During the first four months of 2017 new cases of rabies among Bali human residents have decreased a further 50% when compared to the same period in 2016. Bali recorded 38 new cases of rabies through April 22, 2017, across 7 regencies, not including Denpasar and Klungkung.

Bali health officials calculated that the canine population in Bali exists at a ratio of 1:8 or one dog for every eight human beings. Therefore, based on a population put at 4 million there are an estimated 510,000 dogs living on the Island.

A subsequent canine census carried out by health officials in 2016, over 716 villages estimated a total dog population at 456,100.


Accidentally Prepared
First Responder Medical Training Classes Now Available in Bali

First responder training classes are now available in Bali presented at a standard established by the American Heart Association (AHA).

In order to save lives and meet a growing demand for training in basic and advanced life support training, experts from Bali First Responder are now providing training to interested members of the community on a regular basis.

During training workshops, qualified instructors will dispense International Standards (AHA Guidelines) training, necessary to become a qualified First Responder.

Training workshops are conducted in English and in Indonesian.

Bali First Responder workshops will provide, international standard, step-by-step training on how to properly respond to a variety of emergencies, ranging from simple cuts to more acute problems such as cardiac arrest. Training is certified by the American Emergency Physician’s Association.

Participants will receive, both classroom and hands-on training, in order to gain the confidence necessary to properly respond to an emergency. Upon completion, they will be awarded a certificate. Bali First Responder will also teach protocols, procedures, and strategies necessary to build a proper emergency response team.

Training is available on line from the Bali First Responder Website, at their training center at Simpang Dewa Ruci in Kuta, or can be arranged upon requesr at other locations.

One-Day Training on Satirday, May 13, 3017

The next public training workshop will be held on Saturday, May 13, 2017, from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm and will cover Basic Life Support including CPR and AED (defibrillator training) followed by general first aid training. Drinks and snacks are provided. Lunch is not included, but can be purchased during a 45-minut lunch break at a restaurant adjacent to the training center.

The cost of participation in the one-day course is Rp. 600,000.

Participants will receive a certificate of participation.

For more information or to register Email or telephone +62-(0)87878-737283).

Bali First Responders
Simpang Siur Square #C4
Kuta (Behind Dijon Restaurant)


Cambodian Food Comes to Bali
Khmer Cuisine in Bali on May 12 and 17 at Maya Resorts Bali

A celebrated ambassador of Cambodian cuisine, Chef Joannès Rivière will travel to Bali to present a unique five-course Cambodian degustation menu at on two nights:

Maya Ubud Resort on Friday, May 12, 2017, at 7:00 pm

Maya Sanur Resort on Wednesday, May 17, 2017, at 7:00 pm

French-born Joannès Rivière’s obsession with seasonality and farm-to-table eating began early when he worked at the family restaurant run by his father. After obtaining a cooking degree.

After graduating from cooking school in France, Joannès worked as a pastry chef in the US for two years before eventually traveling to Cambodia in 2003 working as a volunteer culinary instructor at the Sala Bai Hotel School in Siem Reap, where he wrote the school's cookbook, "Cambodian Cooking."

Before opening his own restaurant in Cambodia - Cuisine Wat Damnak, Joannès worked for five years as the executive chef at Siem Reap's famed Hotel de la Paix.

In Cambodia, he also met his partner Carole Salmon, with whom he runs Cuisine Wat Damnak. Fluent in Khmer, the couple has embraced their adopted country, its culture and its food. Their hard work has been rewarded with critical acclaim, and the restaurant was recently named one of Asia 50 best restaurants.


The Menu – A Cambodian Affair
With Chef Joannès Rivière’ of the Wat Danmak
  • Maya Ubud Resort, Friday, May 12, 2017
  • Maya Sanur Resorts, Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Starting at 7:00 pm


Grilled Fish in Wild Betel Leaves
with rice paddy herb, ripe and pickled green papaya salad, toasted coconut

Pineapple Marinated Maam, Crispy Pork Shank
herbs, flowers, and crudités

Crispy Duck Confit Jungle Confit
with round eggplant, holy basil, spicy pounded wild eggplant

Black Sticky Rice Porridge - with prawns and sausage, glazed turnip, mushrooms, homemade oyster sauce

Chilled Cantaloupe and Tapioca Soup


Lemon Basil Sorbet
Sugar Palm Meringue


Wild Cambodian Cinnamon Light Ganache
puffed rice and caramelized cashew nuts

For more information of an effectual booking Email Maya Resort Ubud  or Maya Resort Sanur ,


Drowning off Nua Dua
Tourism Educator Dies While Swimming at Geger Beach at Nusa Dua, Bali

After missing for an entire night, the body of an instructor at Bali’s Tourism Academy, STP-Nusa Dua, I Gusti Ngurah Putu Budiasa (47), was found floating near the fabled “blow hole” at the Indonesian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) on Tuesday morning, April 25, 2017.

As reported by NusaBali, Police suspect the popular tourism educator may have slipped while swimming the previous afternoon and drowned.

A local man visiting the blow hole attraction at the southernmost point within the ITDC reported the sighting to security at ITDC at 9:00 am who, in turn, recovered the body a short time later.

Budiasa, originally from North Bali, worked as a popular hospitality instructor at STP. Police theorize Budiasa was swimming at Geger Beach on Sunday when he drowned. The man’s motorcycle was found parked at the beach. The tourism educator suffered from epilepsy, which may have played a role in precipitating his drowning.

Image: Nusa Bali


Rear End, Dead End
German Man Dies After Driving a Motorcycle into a Park Vehicle in Seminyak

A German Tourist died in the early hours of Monday, April 24, 2017, when the motorcycle he was driving struck a parked vehicle on Jalan Raya Basangkasa in Seminyak a1 1:15 am.

The man's Facebook page listed his employment as a chief butcher, having worked at a leading hotel in Beijing and a sausage making factory in Bali.

Police believe that the German, Reinhold Kopp, was under the influence of alcohol and driving at a high rate of speed when he slammed into the back of a parked vehicle, dying instantly.

Metrobali.com quotes police in Kuta who determined that shortly before the accident Kopp was drinking with friends at a bar in Seminyak, Urged by friends to return to his accommodation by taxi, the German refused, insisting to be allowed to drive home on his motorcycle.

Kopp suffered fatal head injuries to his head and thigh in the collission.

He was ruled dead-on-arrival at the BIMC Hospital in Kuta.


Tragic Last Ditch
Australian Woman on Growing List of Tourism Fatalities on Motorcycles in Bali in Which Alcohol Consumption Suspected

A 26-year-old Australian woman, Ella Makeesha Knight, died in a late night motorcycle accident on Jalan Raya Canggu that occurred at 3:00 am on Thursday, April 27, 2017.

As reported by Kriminalitas.com and Beritabali.com, the fatal accident occurred a short distance from Canggu’s rubbish tip (TPA).

Police say the woman was intoxicated and driving a rental Honda Scoopy motorcycle at a high rate of speed traveling in an easterly direction when she lost control of her vehicle that ended up in a local rice field.

The woman’s lifeless body was found at the side of the road, partially submerged in a roadside ditch.

Knight had been staying at the Litus Rinaya Hotel in Banjar Berawa during her Bali holiday.


Bali to Give Public Busses the Boot?
Government May Ditch Part or All of Sarbagita Bus System

The controversy over growing financial losses and low utilization rates for Bali’s Sabargita Bus System has a number of Provincial lawmakers in Bali calling for a critical re-evaluation of the Island’s mass transit system.

In response to this criticism, the head of the Provincial Transportation Service, IG AN Sudarsana has sent his review of the Sabargita Bus System to the Governor recommending the parking many of the busses

RadarBali.com reports that Sudarsana has recommended that the buss service traveling on Corridor II between Batu Bulan and Nusa Dua be suspended due to lack of passengers. If this recommendation is accepted. A total of 15 buses would be returned to a parking area at the Sabargita depot.

Also under review is the armadas of medium sized busses used on routes within the City of Denpasar with plans to limit operating hours to serve onl peak periods.

Officials complain that they have encountered difficulties persuading the public to use mass transport in Bali.

The Trans Sabargita System is estimated to cost the Province of Bali Rp. 18 billion per year.

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Take the Plunge in Bali
Vogue.com Names Bali’s 12 ‘Dreamiest’ Swimming Pools in Bali

Vogue Magazine's online edition in an article written by Kathryn Romeyn has listed “The 12 Dreamiest Pools in Bali.”

Romeyn contends that the Island of Bali excels in creating “Edenic Pool Scenes” that dot the Island’s landscape ranging from treetop jungle locales to oceanside oasis’s of “cool.”

Here’s Vogue’s list of Bali’s best 12 pools.
  1. Hanging Garden Resort in Ubud.
  2. Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay
  3. Alila Villas Uluwatu
  4. Amankila at Manggis East Bali
  5. AYANA Resort and Spa
  6. Karma Kandara
  7. Katama (at Potato Head Beach Club)
  8. The Mulia
  9. Banyan Tree Ungasan
  10. Jungle Fish – Ubud
  11. The Lawn Canggu
  12. Mick’s Place – Bingin Beach​
Vogue.com: “The 12 Dreamiest Pools in Bali.


Please, Mister Buy Something!
Kintamani Officials Unable to Control Aggressive Touts Plaguing Popular Hilltop Destination in Bali

Efforts by Bangli  Regency officialsin Bali to clear the popular hilltop tourist stop at Kintamani of aggressive and bothersome free-roaming touts are meeting with little success.

Balipost.com reports that repeated sweeps by officials to control and dissuade free-roaming traders at Kintamani have done little to dissuade traders who descend and overwhelm tourists disembarking cars and busses to visit local restaurants or make photos of the volcanic panorama.

Ironically, touts and traders now seek shelter and under banners installed by the regency forbidding their activities in the locale.

Officials stationed at the popular tourist destination to stop touts plying their trade seem helpless or, at worst, complicit in their failure to prevent tourists from suffering the endless harassment dished out by vendors.

The behavior of touts and traders has become so aggressive, in fact. that many tours now opt to skip a visit to the scenic Kintamani Volcano.

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Real Men Shun Handbags
Two Madurese Men Arrested for Stealing Purse of Czech Tourists

Two men from the Island of Mudura are now in police custody after being caught by an angry crowd on Jalan Pantai Berawa in North Kuta and in downtown Denpasar after they snatched the handbag of a Czech Republic tourist, Aneta Tvrznikoba (27), on Friday, April 21, 2017.

Metrobali.com reports that Tvrznikova was dining with friends at the On Warung at 2:00 am when a man approached to ask directions and distract the woman while he made off with her handbag.

Jumping onto a motorcycle driven by another man, the Madurese fled with the woman’s Iphone, Samsung phone, Rp. 1 million in cash, credit cards and hotel room key.

The victim estimated the value of all the items taken at Rp. 14 million.

As the thieves fled the scene with local residents in hot pursuit they lost control of their motorcycle and ended up in a local rice field. In an effort to make good their escape, they then abandoned the motorcycle in the fiel. Following a brief investigation by police, one of the men, Abdur Rosid (18) was arrested by police at 9:00 am on the same morning.

The motorcycle is now in police custody.

Police managed to trace and capture the second man, Haris Aifan (29), mid-day on Saturday, April 22, 2017, in the Gunung Agung area of Denpasar.


Professionals Who are Head Over Heel with their Job
RadarBali.com: Denpasar Officials Turning a Blind Eye to Widespread Prostitution Practice in Sanur Area

Prostitution is “localized” to certain notorious areas of Bali’s capital with Jalan Danau Tempe, Jalan Danau Poso, Jalan Sekar Waru and Bet Ngandang all very well known as “red light” districts of Sanur.

RadarBali.com reports that the areas listed remain “off limits” to any form of law enforcement with the neighborhood and local police both turning a blind eye to prostitution and hints of human trafficking happening under their very noses.

Pimps and madams work openly in running prostitution dens that stand side-by-side with family dwelling in Sanur.

Some of the whorehouses – including one operating at Jalan Sekar Waru No. 3 B, Semawang, Sanur – have become sophisticated businesses, installing closed circuit television security systems. RadarBali.com says the house of ill repute is managed by a mama-san originally from Singaraja, North Bali, who coordinates "reservations" via her handphone.

The woman reportedly collects between Rp. 150,000 and Rp. 200,000 from the prostitutes as the “house’s share” for each gentleman caller. When not collecting fees, the woman is said to occupy her time by preparing religious offerings. The woman and her enterprise, according to the press, are never bothered by the occasional raids conducted by police and community enforcement elements.

When raids do occur, little evidence is found of any wrong doing due to advance warnings provided to pimps by “friends in law enforcement.”

When actual raids do result in arrests, both the operators and women working in the trade receive very light punishments and small fines. Raids have been held in the past on the Jalan Bung Tomo area in Desa Pemecutan Kaja and on ramshackle “flap shacks” operating under the bridge on Jalan Padang Galak – Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai in Kertalanggu.

RadarBali.com contends that officials in Denpasar receive regular payments each month from the houses of prostitution, with many prostitution dens transferring payments electronically to officials.

The head of Community Enforcement in Denpasar (Kasatpol PP Kota Denpasar), Alit Widarma, has assured the press that he will push ahead with plans to enforce the law forbidding prostitution in any part of the Island.

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