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BALI UPDATE #1082 - 29 May 2017

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Bali International Triathlon - Book A Room for the Race
Herbalife Bali International Triathlon October 15, 2017 - Special Accommodation Offers

The 10th running of the Herbalife Bali International Triathlon returns to Sanur, Bali on October 15, 2017 headquartered at Mertasari Beach.

Named in 2016 as the “Best Overall Short Course Triathlon in Asia” by AsiaTRI Magazine, the Bali Triathlon offers both an Olympic and Sprint Distance event that combines swimming, running and cycling. A 5-kilometer family fun run is also held as part of this event. 

Race details and registration is available via the event link below.

Special rates have been negotiated with a number of hotels in the Sanur area, available on a single or double basis, throughout the pre and post race period starting 08 October and ending 22 October 2017.

The special packages available include:

Fairmont Sanur Beach Hotel
2 nights accommodation - including daily breakfast for two & late check out.
Rp. 5,400,000

Maya Sanur Resort 
2 nights in a Deluxe Garden View Room - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 3,900,000

Puri Santrian Resort
2 nights in a Superior Room - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 3,300,000

Griya Santrian Resort
2 nights in a Superior Room - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 3,300,000

Mercure Sanur Resort
2 nights in a Deluxe Room - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 3.180,000

Prama Sanur Beach Hotel
2 nights in a Superior Room - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 2,420,000

Swiss-Bel Inn Watu Jimbar
2 nights in a Deluxe Room - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 1,785,000

Inna Sindhu Beach
2 nights in a Deluxe Room - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 1,700,000

Artotel Sanur
2 nights in a Studio Room - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 1,650,000

Parigata Resort
2 nights in a Superior Room - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 1,650,000

Inna Grand Bali Beach
2 nights in a Superior Room - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 1,540,000

Taksu Sanur
2 nights in a Taksu Suite - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 1,500,000

Sri Phala Sanur
2 nights in a Superior Room - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 1,470,000

Astana Pengembak
2 nights in a One Bedroom Suite - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 1,188,000

Puri Mesari
2 nights in a Superior Room - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 1,120,000

Puri Dalem
2 nights in a Superior Room - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 1,000,000

Sanur Sea View
2 nights in a Superior Room - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 935,000

Sanur Agung Hotel
2 nights in a Standard Room - including daily breakfast for two and 21% tax and service.
Rp. 730,000


Herbalife Bali International Triathlon Race & Registration


We Are Not Afraid. We are Prepared.
Bali Police Step Up Security at Gateways, Public Places and Tourist Destinations Following Jakarta Suicide Bombing

Beritabali.com reports that all sea and air gateways plus major tourist sites in Bali have been placed on a state of alert and security measures enhanced following the suicide bombing that occurred in Kampung Bali, Jakarta on Wednesday, May 24, 2017.

A spokesman for the Bali Police, Hengky Widjaja, confirmed to the press that the police would increase existing security measures at seaports, the airport and residential areas. He also said an increased police presence is now in place crowded public places and tourism destinations on the Island.

At the same time, Hengky said selected police precincts across the island are under armed guards following the death of three policeman in the Jakarta terrorist bombing.

“The Bali Police Command has instructed its officers to increase their level of awareness when they are on guard duty and when patrolling the public roadways,” said Hengky.

The Jakarta bombing killed three police officers and injured at least 15 members of the public.


Man on the Run No More
Denpasar Police Arrest in Pekanbaru Peruvian Fugitive Who Escaped from Denpasar Court House.

A Peruvian on trial for ATM fraud who escaped from the Denpasar High Court while awaiting trial on Wednesday, May 16, 2017, was arrested by police in a hotel in Pekanbaru, Riau on Wednesday, May 24, 2017.

Jose William Salazar Ortiz was taken into custody by a squad from the Denpasar Police Headquarters assigned to hunt down the fugitive who escape the courthouse via a restroom ventilator before failing a cab to the Ubung bus station.

The arrest was made at the Hotel Darma Utama on Jalan Sisingamangaraja in Pekanbaru at mid-day on Wednesday, May 24th.

Beritabali.com says the Peruvian was flown back to Bali under heavy guard.

Ortiz reportedly told police he was attempting to flee to Malaysia and had already managed to obtain a bogus Chilean passport. Police are investigation the source of the counterfeit passport.

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Bali Tourism: Quantity at the Expense of Quality
Bali by the Numbers: Bank Indonesia Warns that While Tourism Totals Increase, Average Stays and Average Spends are on the Decline

Beritabali.com reports that Bank Indonesia warns that rapid increases in the number of foreign tourists to Bali are happening simultaneously with an equally dramatic drop in the average quality of tourist visitors.

Bank Indonesia says that the 4.9 million foreign tourists who visited Bali in 2016 represented a 22.25% increase year on year. The significant surge in Mainland Chinese tourists has put that market into the top position as a source of foreign visitors, displacing Australia from the post position held for many of years.

The decline in quality, according to Bank Indonesia, is reflected in the shorter average period of stay for foreign visitors in Bali. In 2014, the average-length-of-stay stood at 3.3 days, reducing in 2015 to 3.08 days. In 2016, the average-length-of-stay declined to 2.93 days.

Similarly, the average spends per day for tourists are also on the decline. In 2012, visitors to Bali spent an average US$159.35 on each day of their visit. In 2016, the average spend declined to US$143.45 per day per tourist visitor.


Flyover Versus Underpass
Highway Expert Warns Underpass Planned at Bali Airport Entrance is a Bad Idea

While central government and provincial officials in Bali are in a rush to commence the construction of a new underpass at the entrance to Bali’s airport before a major meeting of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank set for October 2018, land acquisition and a number of controversial issues may still delay the project.

Beritabali.com reports that Susalit Alius, an expert on highway planning and construction, is warning that the proposal to build the underpass is not viable, full of unforseen risk and requires more thorough examination.

“In my opinion, I think it is very risky because of a large number of high power lines and pipelines carrying aviation fuel in the area. The building of the underpass should not be permitted and I am sure a feasibility study has not been done. I suggest that a bypass or a flyover be constructed (instead),” said Susalit.

Susalit said the alternative option of a flyover or bypass at the airport’s entrance would prove safer and substantially less expensive to build than the planned underpass.

“All that remains to be done,” said Susalit, “is to determine if local customs and traditions might be violated by building a flyover. This requires a sit-down meeting with community, religious and traditional leaders. In any event, Bali needs to modernize its road construction while at the same time preserving Balinese custom and traditions,”

Susalit is the former head of road construction and highway planning for Bali, Nusa Tenggara Barat, and Nusa Tenggara Timor. During his tenure in office, he supervised the construction of the Jalan Bypass Ida Bagus Mantra and the Bali’s first underpass at the Dewa Ruci Monument in Kuta.

The Central Government in Jakarta has allocated Rp. 209.7 billion rupiah to pay for the new underpass at the entrance to Bali’s only international airport.

Under the development program, the Province of Bali must acquire and contribute the land needed for the road project that will result in an underpass that is 712-meters long and 17-meters wide. Provincial officials recently announced that an unspecified amount of the officially protected mangrove forest (Tahura) that borders the area will be sacrificed to build the new roadway.

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A Uniform Response to Nightspot Security
Police Raid Night Spots in Denpasar to Crack Down on Thugs Working as Security Guards

A Combined law enforcement team of officers from the Bali Police Headquarters, police intelligence (Dit Intelkam), and several police crime division (Dit Reskrimun and Dir Reskrimsus), crime prevention officers (Dit Sabhara), Police internal affairs (Bid Propam) and the Police Military Brigade (Satuan Brimob) conducted raids on Wednesday, May 24, 2017, at the Akasaka Discothèque on Jalan Teuku Umar and the New Star Night Discothèque on Jalan Gunung Soputan.

Beritabali.com reports that the raids, conducted under the code name “Operasi Pekat Agung,” were undertaken to combat narcotics use and also to check the qualification of security guards employed at the two nightspots.

The deputy chief of the “Pekat Agung 2017” campaign, I Nyoman Wija, confirmed that 124 officers were deployed in the raids.

The verification of the qualifications of security guards is a follow-up up to concerns expressed by Bali’s Chief of Police, General Petrus Reinhard, regarding security personnel employed at Bali places of entertainment drawn from local gangs.

Wija explained: “Every company that employs security personnel must recruit such staff from people truly qualified at Satpam (security guards), possessing the ability to perform their job; who have completed the proper profession training; hold certification to serve as Satpam; and who wear the proper uniform.”

The identities of security guards working at the two nightspots were recorded during the raid and recommendations issued to the companoes to only employ qualified and formally trained Satpam.
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Wija said companies that do not follow these regulations are guilty of hiring thugs to guard their premises.

In the course of the raid, 18 security guards working at the two businesses who were not qualified to work as Satpam. The sweeping raids also uncovered 1.5 pills of ecstasy that had been hastily abandoned on the floor of the New Star Discothèque .

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They Fought the Law and the Law Won
Police Arrest Four Snatch and Run Thieves in Kuta, Shooting One Suspect

A group of snatch and run thieves operating on Jalan Kayu Aya Gang Wirasaba area in Seminyak and targeting tourists have been arrested by police in Kuta, Bali on Saturday, May 20, 2017.

Beritabali.com reports that police have taken into custody a gang of four thieves, with one of the four shot in the leg at the time of his arrest when he allegedly fought the arresting officers.

The four men now in police custody are: Mohamad Abidin alias Bereng (29) from Malang who stays on Jalan Bekisar Pemogan, South Denpasar; I Made Sucita alias Gonjak (26) from Banjar Asah in the Village of Datah, Abang, Karangasem staying on Jalan Kargo Sari No. 8, West Denpasar; I Made Sudarma (40) also from the Village of Datah staying on Jalan Tukad Ciliwung II No. 14, Panjer, Denpasar; and I Nyoman Putu Suardana (39) also form the village of Datah staying at Jalan Kargo Sari No. 8, West Denpasar.

The arrest of the four occurred after their latest victim, Erica Rini Pujiastuti (30), living in the Kerobokan area of Bali was attacked by the group at 2:30 am on Saturday, May 20, 2017, near Jalan Kayu Aya in Seminyak. The woman told police how two men, one of whom drew a knife and stabbed her, approached her.

Based on information provided by the victim, police started a search for the two men. With the assistance of a taxi driver who saw the robbery, police managed to arrest Mohamad Abidin who provided information that led to the arrest of the remaining three men in various locations.

The suspect, named Gonjak, was arrested at his home on Jalan Kargo Sari No. 8 in West Denpasar. Police shot the man in the leg when he allegedly resisted arrest.

Police say all four men admitted to at least five robberies on Jalan Kayu Aya in Seminyak. Gonjak, seen by police as the ringleader, also admitted to robberies in other locations assisted by friends driving motorcycles.

At the time of their arrest, police confiscated evidence in the form of a wallet, an iPhone, several ATM cards, the registration certificate for a Honda Beat motorcycle and Rp. 86,000 in cash.


Snake in the Plane
Indian Tourist Discovered at Bali Airport with a Suitcase Full of Valuable Snakes and Lizards

Aviation security officers at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport confiscated a suitcase from an Indian tourist containing a large number of reptiles.

The Indian tourist was identified as Mohamed Farook Thameem, 42.

As reported by NusaBali, a spokesman for Aviation Security (AVSEC), Arie Ahsanurrrohim, said on Tuesday, May 23, 2017: “Our officers were suspicious of the suitcase owned by an Indian national during the baggage inspection process. Based on their suspicions, a manual inspection of the bag was conducted. In the process, tens of reptiles were discovered inside the bag. There were 8 anaconda snakes, 6 monitor lizards, 7 albino pythons, 3 reticulated blood pythons, 6 reticulated pythons, and 6 African Sjafana lizards."

Ahsanurrrohim said the reptile smuggler had 39 small reptiles concealed in a single bag, separated into 21 individual plastic boxes. He said the man was flying from Bali to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The reptiles were taken to the Quarantine office at the Airport.

AVSEC Authorities now say they have no knowledge of where the reptile are being stroed or whether the Indian possessed the required permits for such a shipment. Ahsanurrrohim also declined to say if the Indian was taken into custody.

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A Pilot Badly Grounded in Safety
Facebook User Reports Lion Air Pilot Flying Bali – Jakarta Inviting Wife and Child to Fly in Cockpit

Kompas.com reports that a Lion Air Passenger, Citra Rienanti, posted to her Facebook page her experience while flying on Lion Air JT 015 from Bali to Jakarta on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, relating how she saw a woman and her small child enter the cockpit of the aircraft.

Rienanti related how she saw a stewardess give a sign to the woman and child estimated to be 3 years old sitting in seats 1F and 1E that they could leave their seats and enter the cockpit.

The news spread quickly on social media causing Lion Air management to say they would investigate the case and take appropriate action.

Citra wrote how, while traveling with her husband, she became increasingly suspicious when the woman and child did not return to their seats. Concerned that unauthorized passengers were in the cockpit in clear violation of international safety standards, the Facebook user even checked the toilets to confirm the “missing” passengers were not inside.

Citra then questioned one of the stewardesses working on the flight, who after trying initially to evade giving any answer, eventually revealed that the woman accompanied by her child entered the cockpit to meet her husband who was the pilot of the aircraft.

Citra then asked if it was permissible for any passenger to enter the cockpit area, pointing to a sign that stated no passengers are allowed in the cockpit after take-off.

Tempo.co and other media identified the Captain of the flight as Christophus Dimas Rio Atria.

Subsequently, the pilot’s wife reportedly had a boisterous verbal altercation with Citra, telling her essentially “to mind her own business.”

On her Facebook page, Citra posted photos of the empty seats and a video of the pilot’s wife and child.

Lion Air has sent a message to Citra Rienanti apologizing for the incident, thanking her for her report and assuring the matter would be thoroughly investigated. Lion Air also affirmed that no passengers are ever allowed in the cockpit during a flight and if it was determined the pilot was at fault, he would face stern sanctions from the Airline.

A subsequent report on Detik.com reported that the unnamed captain has been grounded pending a full investigation by air safety officials.

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Central Bank Worried About Bali
Bank Indonesia Frets About Inequitable Economic Growth Between Bali’s North and South and Lack of a Provincial Master Plan

The State News Agency Antara reports that Bank Indonesia is reminding that future tourism development in Bali must be spread across all areas of the Island to avoid the over-concentration of economic development in the south.

Bank Indonesia’s division chief for Advice and Economic Development, Azka Subhan, speaking on Wednesday, May 24, 2017, at a Seminar on Developing a Quality National Economy, said: “Tourism Development in Bali is still concentrated in the southern part of the Island. This has resulted in traffic congestion, trash accumulation, an oversupply of rooms and other carrying capacity limitations.”

In addition to problems of geographical inequity in tourism development in Bali, the Indonesian Central Bank also raised concerns over the lack of a holistic and integrated approach to tourism development for the Island.

Subhan claims there is a lack of meaningful synergetic coordination between the tourism industry and the Government. Another challenge, according to Bank Indonesia, is the declining lack in quality of foreign visitors to Bali as measured in terms of average spend per day and the average length of stay. The Bank also lamented the diversion of land from traditional usage to tourism and other purposes.

In illustrating the declining quality of tourism visitors, Azka pointed to the current length of stay of only 2.93 days (2016) as compared to 3.08 days in 2015. Also of concern is the declining level of spending by foreign tourists to current levels of US$143,45per day (2016) while in 2015 the level of spending stood at US$143,92.

Total foreign tourist arrivals to Bali in 2016 hit 4.9 million in 2016, up from 4.0 million in 2015. Tourism arrivals for Q1 2013 have increased year-on-year 22% to 1.3 million tourists.

Bank Indonesia projects an economic growth rate of between 6.10-6.50% for the Island of Bali in 2017 pushed primarily by domestic consumption, exports, services, and investment. The main business sectors in Bali remain accommodation, food and beverage, agriculture and transportation.


A Yen to Travel
Now Cheaper to Fly Between Japan and Bali on AirAsia Indonesia X

AirAsia Indonesia-X inaugurated its new service connecting Narita Airport in Tokyo and Denpasar, Bali on Thursday, May 25, 2017.

AirAsia X flight XT 402 landed with a 93% load factor on board the Airbus A330-300 where fire trucks were deployed to provide a water canon salute to mark the occasion while passengers were received with floral leis and traditional Balinese dresses.

Commenting on the new service and quoted by Balipost.com, Indonesian Minister of Tourism, Arief Yahya, said: “The is extraordinary! I hope they continue to develop and more Japanese tourists enjoy ‘Wonderful Indonesia.”

AirIndonesia X is the first airline to offer low-cost flights between Indonesia and Japan.

Following the landing of the inaugural flight, a press conference was held at the Novotel Hotel located within the airport was attended by senior Tourism Ministry and Ministry of Transportation officials, the Consul General of Japan in Bali Hirohisa Chiba, the executive director of the Japanese National Tourism Organization Hideki Tomioka, directors and commissioners of AirAsia Indonesia, and the CEO of AirAsia Indonesia X Sulistyo Nugroho Hanung.

Judi Rifajantroro from the Tourism Infrastructure Division of the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism told the press conference, “”The opening of this new air route is in keeping with plans to increase the number of foreign tourists visiting Indonesia.”

The CEO of the AirAsia Group for Indonesia, Dendy Kurniawan, issued thanks to both the Indonesian and Japanese governments, to the airport managers – Angkasa Pura I for their combined support in opening the new route.

The new service between Tokyo and Bali will operate four times a week until June 16, 2017, when the service will go daily.


Sichuan Served Four Times a Week
Garuda Indonesia Now Flies 4 Times a Week Between Chengdu and Bali

Garuda Indonesia launched a new nonstop flight service connecting Bali and Chengdu on Monday, May 22, 2017, when the first Airbus A-330-300 Garuda Aircraft landed in Bali flying from Sichuan Province in China.

Chinese tourists to Bali totaled 394,360 at the end of Q1 2017, a 58.59% increase over the same period in 2016. Chinese are not the top market to Bali, holding a 29.65% market share.

Garuda now currently operates China-bound flights to Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai and Chengdu.

The Airbus operating the new route is configures to carry 24 executive-class and 263 economy-class passengers.

The new service to Chengdu will fly four times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The Bali to Chengdu flight departs at 7:55 pm landing in Chengdu at 2:25 am local time the following morning.

The return flight operates on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays leaving Chengdu at 4:10 am and landing in Bali 9:55 am local time.

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The Return of Fernandez to Bali
Jorge Fernandez Named Executive Assistant Manager - Sales, Marketing & Revenue

The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali has appointed Jorge Fernandez as Executive Assistant Manager Sales, Marketing, and Revenue.

Returning to Bali for his second assignment on the Island, Fernandez’s most recent job was as Complex Director of Revenue Management for two Marriott International properties in the Maldives.

Originally from Spain, Jorge holds a degree in Tourism as well as his Masters in Hotel & Restaurant Management. Much of his career has focused on positions related to E-commerce and revenue optimization.

With ten years experience working for the legacy Starwood brand (now Marriott International), Jorge is a proactive leader with a natural aptitude for business. He has developed a strong understanding of market conditions and how to utilize online platforms to refigure business distribution.

Jorge’s previous Bali assigned was a multi-year stint as director of revenue management at The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali. His new job will see him overseeing the sales & marketing department, formulating strategies and driving revenue.

“I am delighted to welcome Jorge back to the resort as we navigate the challenges of operating in today’s highly competitive climate. He completely understands our unique positioning as a mixed business and leisure property. Jorge is an accomplished leader in his respective area and I am confident that he will strengthen all market segments to achieve the best possible outcome,” said Bipan Kapur, managing director of The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali.
 


Fine Dining Sadly Interrupted
Popular Expat Chef Brandon Huisman Dies Unexpectedly at 40

Brandon Huisman, the former executive chef at Anantara Hotels and Spas based in Bali, died unexpectedly at his home in North Kuta, Bali on Sunday, May 21, 2017.

The popular and very talented chef was only 40 years old when he apparently died in his sleep.

He is survived by his wife Nicole, and his children Joseph and Sabrina. His parent, living in Singapore, also survive. Huisman attended The American School in Singapore graduating in 1995. After graduation, he obtained a business management degree at Texas A&M University before attending Le Cordon Bleu in Paris for two years.

Huisman worked internationally as a chef, including a period at the 3-star MichelinTaillevent before working in leading restaurants in the USA. Cooking assignments in Asia have included jobs in Bhutan and Bali with Aman Resorts, Lifestyle Resorts, and Anantara Resorts.

A private gathering of rembrance attended by friends and colleagues was held for Huisman in Bali in the days following his demise.


Weigh Heigh and Up She Rises
Indonesia Working to Increase Yacht Visits

The Jakarta Post reports that the Government has renewed its promise to make the Indonesian archipelago more “user-friendly” for visiting yachts.

Indroyono Soesilo, the man in charge of developing marine tourism at the Ministry of Tourism, has underlined that Presidential Regulation No. 105 of 2015 regarding foreign yacht visits to Indonesia makes it much easier for foreign yachts to visit Indonesia. Yachts can now enter via 18 different seaports, including Benoa in Bali.

Indroyono also revealed that yachtsmen could now apply for and obtain a six-month visit in order to facilitate extended explorations by boat of Indonesia.

Indroyono’s comments were made at a reception held in Bali to honor the participants in this year’s Fremantle to Bali Yacht Race.

The liberalization of sailing and immigration permits is an effort on the part of the Indonesian Government to attract “superyachts” – measuring more than 24-meters in length and typically owned by the super-rich to visit Indonesia.

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Wellness at Westin
Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali Dedicates the Month of June to Wellness

The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali presents a program of healthy lifestyle activities throughout the month of June to coincide with Global Wellness Day and International Yoga Day. Both celebrations emphasize the importance of greater awareness of the importance of living well.

Heavenly Spa by Westin is featuring a menu of replenishing body and beauty rituals available together with daily lifestyle sessions. Resident Wellness Specialist, Jitendra Pokhriyal, will conduct talks and share wisdom on the pursuit of physical and spiritual wellbeing. Each weekly session will feature a dedicated theme pertaining to harmonization, relaxation, purification and balance. The price to participate is only Rp 80,000 for resident guests and IDR 250,000 for non-resident guests.

Trained in several holistic disciplines, Jitendra hails from the birthplace of yoga in India. He is well versed in meditation as well as a highly evolved form of touch-less pranic healing. Prior to relocating to Bali, Jitendra taught yoga in Northern India and the Himalayas. Instrumental in the resort’s wellness movement, he has been sharing his expertise with guests and associates since 2014.

Global Wellness Day falls on Sunday, June 11, 2017, and Jitendra will lead a renewing morning class of aqua yoga starting at 8:00 am on that date in the Premium swimming pool priced at Rp. 175,000 per person. This will involve low-impact exercises and stretching postures performed in water to help develop balance, strength, and range of motion. Refreshments will be available from Westin Fresh by The Juicery followed by complimentary access to thermal facilities at Heavenly Spa.

The Resort will honor International Yoga Day on June 18, 2017, with a sunset class of yoga on the beach in front of the Temple Garden from 5:00 pm. Jitendra will lead a guided session of synchronized breathing and stretching exercises to promote all-round fitness and inner peace. Priced at Rp. 100,000 per person, this activity includes mineral water, a cold towel, and a silver-accented bracelet by SAKA for the first 25 guests.

The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali’s month-long program forms part of the brand’s commitment to preserving wellness in travel. This also includes a number of signature initiatives such as WestinWORKOUT, runWestin and SuperFoodsRx.

The Resort is also offering a Find Your Balance Room Package in June for an enhanced wellbeing experience this June.

For more information, please visit the Westin Resort Nusa Dua , Bali Website


United with Manchester
Editorial: Manchester’s Lesson for Living in the ‘New’ Now

The world gasped in disbelief last week when, on Monday, May 22, 2017, when a suicide bomber - filled with hate and rage, and hell-bent on self-annihilation caused at least 22 deaths and 64 deaths on a group of mostly young people attending a pop concert in Manchester, England.

Evil committed by a man trained by ISIS who “loved to hate and hated to love” – the attack was purposely executed to evoke feelings of revulsion. In a tried and true formula applied on the Island of Bali in two deadly terrorist attacks in 2002 and 2005, the perpetrators sought to sow fear and religious loathing as part of a long-term plan to destroy national unity and establish a Caliphate in its place. To Bali’s and Manchester's credit, all these terrorist attacks failed to achieve their ultimate goal.

This is life in the “new now.” Speaking after the Manhattan bombings of September 2016, London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan warned that Islamic terror attacks are now “part and parcel of living in a big city,” adding: “That means being vigilant, having a police force that is in touch with communities, it means the security services being ready, but it also means exchanging ideas and best practice.”

Supporting Mayor Khan’s description, Wikipedia’s record of terrorist attacks dating from 1979 shows more than 50 nations as the targets of multiple terror attacks and calculating more than 20,000 deaths and 50,000 injuries. Clearly, future terror acts will be part of everyone's future, leaving little choice but to heed Mayor Khan’s warning and “get used to it.”

Adjusting to the “new now” is accepting that nowhere is immune from terror attacks, and targets once hit, can be hit again and again. Staying close to home and refusing to travel is no guarantee of personal safety.

Closer to home, the explosion of a bomb at Kampung Melayu in Jakarta on Wednesday, May 24, 2017, that killed 3 and injured dozens more, also signals that the war on ISIS in Indonesia and Bali is far from over.

Vigilance, common sense and a firm resolve not to succumb to terror are essential weapons on terror as we face the “new” now and the future beyond.

Manchester, like Paris, Brussels, New York, Madrid, London, Mumbai, Sydney, Kuta and tens upon tens of other locations around the globe continue to stand up to terrorism. In a lesson that continues to evade ISIS and their ilk, their victims of emerging stronger and more united than ever on the other side of each and every attack. To borrow a word from U.S. President Donald Trump, the terrorists are “losers.”

While no one can predict what the future holds - terrorist attacks look certain to be a part of everyone’s future. Equally certain is that locations struck by terror will grow increasingly resilient, coming back quicker and stronger after each successive incident; and terrorists will irreversibly antagonize the mainstream of the religion they claim to represent.

The best response to terror? Stand on the right side of history and thumb your nose at terrorist by traveling, enjoying your life, and seeking harmony with men and women of every race and religion you meet along life’s journey.

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Farewell, Schapelle!
Schapelle Corby Deported Back to Australia After 12-Year Brush with the Law in Bali

On Saturday, May 27, 2017, Schapelle Leigh Corby, ended her 12-year-long stay in Bali when she boarded a flight to Bali as immigration officers escorted her on board a Malindo flight bound for Australia in the final step of her deportation back to Australia.

In total, Schapelle Corby spent 9 years 4 months and 4 days behind bars in Bali.

A massive police presence accompanied the 39-year-old Australian as she left her private villa, traveled for a final meeting with her parole officer, and then went directly to Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport.

Corby was originally sentenced to 20-years in prison in May 2005 after being convicted of trying to smuggle into Indonesia 4.2 kilograms of marijuana concealed in her luggage upon arrival in Bali on October 8, 2004.

During a roller coaster judicial process, Corby saw her sentences reduced, reinstated and then slashed again by Presidential decree before being granted conditional parole on February 10, 2014. The period of parole officially ended on May 27, 2017, precipitating her deportation and temporary blacklisting for at least six months from further visits to Indonesia.


Not the Hokey Pokey!
15-year-old Balinese Boy Suffers Self-Inflicted Stab Wound While Dancing Traditional Trance Dance

Putu Pande Kusuma Jana, a 15-year-old boy from the village of Sumberkelampok in Buleleng, North Bali is a patient at the General Hospital in Negara recovering from a self-inflicted stab wound to the chest.

Metrobali.com reports that the junior high school atuswnt stabbed himself while performing a traditional dance near Gilimanuk, West Bali. A number of dances in the traditional Balinese dance repertoire have segments in which male dancers in a state of trance remain impervious to injury despite pushing traditional swords into their thoraxes with great force.

Made Arjana (33), Pande’s father, explained that his son was injured while performing the Ngiringan Sesuunan Dewa Ayu trance dance on Friday, May 26, 2017, at 9:00 pm. The dance was part of a cleansing ceremony (Upacara Pecaruan) of a neighbor's house.

After suffering the wound, Pande was rushed to a local public health center in Gilimanuk where he was referred to the General Hospital in Negara for further treatment.


Bali to Lampung and Beyond on Lion Air
Lion Air to Operate New Flight Bali – Lampung – Singapore Starting in June

Lion Air plans to open a new route in June of 2017 operating from Singapore – Lampung (South Sumatra) and Bali.

The flight will be the first international flight to operate into Lampung’s Airport.

The flight with the designation JT 166 is scheduled to leave Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport at 8:55 am landing at Raden Inten II Airport at 10:00 am. The same aircraft will leave Lampung at 10:50 am landing in Singapore at 1:25 pm. The return flight on JT 167 departs Singapore at 2:20 PM for a 2:55 pm landing in Lampung. The flight departs Lampung at 3:40 pm to land in Bali at 6:45 pm.

The Lion Air Manager for South Sumatra, Haris Pramono, told Lampungpro.com : “We are aware that many people from Lampung travel to Bali because the connection between Lampung and Bali is very close. The highest number of Balinese living outside of Bali can be found in Lampung.”

The area surrounding Lampung, South Sumatra is heavily populated with Balinese who have transmigrated to the area over the 5 decades.


 
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