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BALI UPDATE #1087 - 03 July 2017

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Rare Nights of Musical Artistry in Bali
Saxophone and Classical Piano Duet at Padama Resorts Ubud and Legian on Friday and Saturday, July 7-8, 2017

Two classical music performances come to Bali on Friday, June 7, 2107, and Saturday, June 8, 2017, will be held at the Padma Resort Ubud and Padma Resort Legian, respectively.

Both performances will be preceded by wine, beer, juices and canapés starting at 5:30 pm with performances to begin at 6:30 pm.

The featured performers for the evening are Edith Widayani on the piano and Sumner Traux on the saxophone performing a classic program featuring, among others, the compositions of Debussy, Poulenc, and Caplet.

Sumner Truax

An active soloist and chamber musician, Sumner has performed concerts for audiences in North America, Europe, and Africa. He plays regularly with Unmarked Turns, a piano and saxophone duo dedicated to interdisciplinary performances using art, music, and text to create unique and exciting programs. He is also active with Dr. Ax – a drum/saxophone duo combining rock, jazz, free improvisation, and classical music to deliver contemporary music to new audiences.

As a frequent collaborator with composers, Sumner has helped bring many new works for saxophone and saxophone quartet to life. Recently, he participated in the Global Premiere Consortium resulting in Baljinder Sekhon’s Sonata of Puzzles that he premiered in Wisconsin in February of 2017. He has also worked closely with award-winning French composer Christian Lauba on the concert etude “Bebop”  dedicated to Sumner that was premiered at a Christian Lauba Conference in Houston, TX. In addition to his solo repertoire, Sumner along with the Lux Quartet has commissioned and premiered several works by young composers.

Edith Widayani

s one of the most promising young pianists in Indonesia, Edith Widayani has performed internationally in the United States, Europe, Colombia, China, Costa Rica and across Indonesia. Educated in China and United States, Edith has developed a unique take on the music, ranging from western classical music to Chinese and Indonesian composers.

Drawn to music at an early age, Edith was the youngest student ever to graduate from the Yayasan Pendidikan Music School at age 15. An intense program of study continued with Dr. Johannes S. Nugroho of the Universitas Pelita Harapan Conservatory of Music, and later with Professor Ling Yuan at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, China.

A Recipient of a full scholarship from the Texas Christian University School of Music, she completed an undergraduate degree under the guidance of Dr. Tamas Ungar, graduating Magna Cum Laude in May 2012. During her residency at Texas Christian University School of Music, she was awarded the Judith Solomon Award in Chamber Music as well as the TCU Faculty and Friends Chamber Music Award, providing opportunities for collaborative performances with TCU faculty.

Most recently Edith won 1st prize and Best Instrumentalist Award at the Concurso de Música Cámara Ecoparque Trasmiera in Arnuero, Spain, as a part of Eastman Duo in April 2017. She has also named the 1st prizewinner in the 2014 Kosciuszko Foundation Chopin Piano Competition in New York City, October 2014. In addition, she has claimed 1st prize at the Ananda Sukarlan Award for Best Indonesian Pianist 2010, as well as the 1st prize winner of 2013 Jakarta International Open Piano Competition, she has also received an Award of Achievement in International Forum from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the Republic of Indonesia.

Bookings and Cost

The cost for each performance is only Rp. 250,000 net per person and covers both the concert and the cocktail hour that precedes each performance. Students enrolled in a music education program and expectant mothers are eligible for a 50% discount.

Bookings and more information are available by Emailing the Padma Resort Ubud  telephone +62-(0)823 6505 1391 or Emailing Padma Resort Legian telephone +62-(0)812 3707 4172.


Plundering the Elderly
74-year-old American Woman Robbed of Rp. 92 Million from her Seminyak Accommodation

A 74-year-old tourist from the USA, Sun Shakti Renuka, was robbed at her accommodation address on Jalan Eka Laweya No. 8 in Seminyak, Bali at 7:50 pm on Tuesday, June 27, 2017.

As reported by Nusa Bali, the woman lost cash totaling Rp. 92 million.

Police believe the woman’s room was burgled ehrn she stepped out to purchase dinner. When Renuka returned to her room after an sbsence of only 45-minutes, she discovered her belongings had been ransacked and U.S. currency with a value of Rp. 93 million had been removed from her locked luggage left in her locked room.

The theft was reported to the local police who have identified a suspect based on reports from staff and film recovered from a CCTV camera.

Reports say the thief is now in police custody. The status of the woman’s money remains unconfirmed.


Selfie Claims Another Victim in Bali
18-year-old East Java Boy Falls to his Death from Java–Bali Ferry at Gilimanuk on June 28, 2017

Search and rescue officials continue to search for the body of a teenager who fell from a ferry in the Bali Straits three days after his disappearance.

18-year-old Mahub was traveling from Pasuran in East Java to Bali on Wednesday, June 28, 2017, when he fell over the railing of the KMP Mutiara Alas III as it arrived in the Balinese port of Gilimanuk while as he was preoccupied with making a “selfie” photograph.

Beritabali.com says the teenager slipped and fell into the sea. Other passengers heard Mahub’s screams for help as the boy slipped below the waves.

Mahub was part of a tour group traveling to Bali.

Five days after the incident there were still no signs of the missing boy.


Mason Mansion of Chocolate Now Open
Bali Adventure Tours Opens Mason Gourmet Chocolate, Mason Jungle Buggies & Koko Bambu Restaurant

On Thursday, June 29, 2017, Bali Adventure Tours (BAT) launched its latest tourism venture in the village of Tatag, just 3-kilometers from their world-renowned Elephant Safari Park & Lodge at Taro, Central Bali.

Joining the product range of an elephant park, elephant lodge luxury accommodation, cycling, restaurant, shopping, white water rafting trips and helicopter tours are the Mason Gourmet Chocolate Factory and Showroom, Mason Jungle Buggies, and Koko Bamboo Restaurant.

ion attended by more than 400 members of the media and travel industry spent the afternoon of Thursday, June 29, 2017, enjoying drinks, luxuriant canapés and hand-crafted quality chocolates while listening to Indonesia’s celebrated musician Belawan perform to complement the festivities.

that can only be described “indulgent” guests devoured over 600 chocolates produced inside a glass-enclosed chocolate factory using a state-of-the-art Italian chocolate production line. Made from only the finest chocolate beans sourced from Sulawesi, guests enjoyed pralines with a wide range of delicious fillings, thin after-dinner mints, chocolate bars, truffles, and chocolate-coated nuts represent but a fraction of the more than 60 chocolate products now produced from a chocolate factory that would make Willy Wonka envious.

Mason Gourmet Chocolate Factory is housed in a corner of the spacious Koko Bamboo Restaurant – a massive and contemporarily designed restaurant that includes a swimming pool overlooking an iconic rice fields set against a Bedugul mountainscape. “Chocolaholics” enjoyed drinks that included chocolate martinis while waiting for host Nigel Mason to officially declare the chocolate factory open for trade.

ial day for Mason, wife Yanie and their two adult sons, Jian and Shan - also marked the inauguration of the Mason Jungle Buggies operation using purpose-built jungle trail vehicles used to traverse kilometers twisting, challenging tracks. “It’s like go-karting meets rally driving in the jungle, no other ATV company in Bali can compare with this new tour,” said Nigel.

Also attending the event was tourism publisher Alistair Speirs who used the occasion to present Bali Adventure Tours with the “Indonesia Most Valued Business 2017 Award” in recognition of the Company’s commitment to sustainability, best business practice, ethical employment, safety and security, customer service and respect, environmental friendliness and corporate values.


Unfair Fares
Bali Airport Authority Declares Online Taxis Banned from Ngurah Rai Airport

NusaBali reports that the managers of Bali’s Airport, PT Angkasa Pura I (API), have announced that they are not yet able to open the airport to online ground transportation operators.

The official spokesman for API, Arie Ahsanurrohim, said on Tuesday, June 27, 2017, “If online taxis want to do business at the Airport then they must hold formal licenses in accordance with the current law.”

Arie regretted the many criminal attacks that have taken place at the Airport involving online taxi operators and convention taxi drivers. He said it was the Airport Authority’s position that they did not want to receive online taxi operators at the airport if doing so meant the business of conventional taxi drivers who are long-standing partners of the airport would be destroyed.

“We want the online taxies to show us their operating licenses so we can carefully reconsider. What’s happened thus far is that friction has resulted (from the appearance of online taxis). Conventional taxi drivers have frequent been beaten by online taxi operators. The Online taxis must have a set of standard operating procedure to be followed,” said Aire.

Online taxi operators, such as Grab Taxi and Uber, have proven very popular with members of the public for operating cheaper rates and, what many contend, is a superior level of service.

Meanwhile, the monopoly granted by API to local taxi cooperatives based at the airport is seen at strong odds with Indonesia’s Anti-Monopoly Law No. 5 of 1999 intended to encourage the widest possible price and service competition to benefit the public as a whole.

Because of these and other legal complications, both the Governor’s office and the Local Transportation office have found themselves in something of a quandary in determining how to deal with the widely popular online taxi services in Indonesia who insist they are operating with the terms of existing law.


Canadian Dies in Motorcycle Mishap
Canadian Tourist Dies After Colliding with a Tourist Bus Near Mengwi, Bali

A 23-year-old Canadian woman, Elodie Bernuer, died tragically on Jalan Abiansemal on Wednesday, June 28, 2017.

Beritabali.com reports that at around 6:00 pm on June 28th the Canadian was driving a motorcycle traveling at a high rate of speed to the east from Pura Taman Aung Mengwi when she attempted to cut across the road and collided with a tourist bus driven by Deni Herman.

Elodie was staying at the Al Putri House Villa in Ubud at Tegalalang during her stay in Bali.

As the result of the accident, Elodie suffered severe injuries to her back, elbow and a broken neck. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police continue to investigate the accident.

The Canadian apparently had no driver’s license or passport in her possession at the time of the accident.

 


Von Hatch Alive and Well Exploring Bali’s Musical Past
Ancient Form of Gamelan Performance Faithfully Preserved by New Zealand Musician Living in Bali

Balipost relates how for 20 years New Zealander Von Hatch (42) has dedicated his life to the study, research, and performance of the traditional Balinese gamelan form of semara pangulingan. Threatened as a vanishing original music form, Von Hatch is largely credited with preserving this ancient Balinese musical tradition.

Tabu telu” a percussive form from the Payangan Palace in Gianyar had not been played for 70 years until it was resurrected by the Sanur-based gamelan group led by Hatch.

h readily admitted that he has surrendered completely to the semara pangulingan tradition during an interview conducted at the 39th Bali Arts Festival in Denpasar on Wednesday, June 28, 2017, after brilliantly performing three compositions at the Festival.

The performances were showcased by the Sanggar Mekar Bhuana – a musical group founded by Von Hatch together with his Balinese wife in 2000.

Von Hatch explains that in the past, academics exploring the semara pagulingan only thought there existed a 5 and 7 note scale, when in fact a 6-note scale was still in vogue until the early 20th century.

“At the Bali Art Festival, we presented the 5-note scale, where usually the 7-note scales and the modern kebyar style are played. I wanted the public, particularly the young children, to understand how simple the ancient forms of this type of playing sounded and hear the layer of sound unknown in other forms of gamelan playing,” explained Von Hatch who is also known by his Balinese name Wayan Pon Semara.

Von said that all the “tabuh” performed by the Sanggar Mekar Bhuana at the Bali Arts Festival was the result of detailed and highly accurate musical research. For instance, the reconstruction of the Tabuh Gari tradition was based on careful analysis of recordings held by the US Library of Congress. The last recording of the Tabuh Gari style of playing was undertaken in Teges Kangingan, Ubud in 1941.

At the Bali Arts Festival 2017 the audience were given the chance to hear the 1941 rare recordings that were cleverly joined by Von Hatch’s Sanggar Mekar Bhuana gamelan orchestra in live performace supported by the Sekaa Sik’ru orchestra, led by I Wayan Purnama Gita.

“I wish to invite the public to increase their appreciation of the beauty and unique qualities of the gamelan semara Pagulingan. In every respect, I want to avoid an incorrect study of (musical) history,” he explained.

Von’s basic sincere wish is that art institutes in Bali will pay attention to the semara pagulingan style of gamelan so it is known and played in every village and regency of Bali.

Von Hatch is a musical purist. He insists that the performances by his group are authentic in very detail, untouched by contemporary influences. This commitment to authentic forms of his chosen style of gamelan performance extends to the instruments used, the formation and configuration of the orchestra on the performance stage, and even the costumes worn by members of the Sanggar Mekar Bhuana.


Barry has Left the Island
Former US President Barack Obama Ends 5-Day Bali Holiday

On Wednesday, June 28, 2017, former U.S. President Barack Obama and his family left Bali by private aircraft bound for their next destination: Yogyakarta and Central Java.

The State News Agency Antara reports that the Obama entourage arrived at Bali's  airport on Wednesday morning at 11:45 am with a complete police and military escort after a 40-kilometer drive from Ubud.

to bid President Obama farewell were Governor Made Mangku Pastika, Udayana Military Commander Major General Komaruddin Simandjuntak, Provincial Chief of Police Inspector General Petrus Golose, and the Commander of the Ngurah Rai Airbase Wayan Superman.

The airport was not closed for Obama’s departure with normal air operations continuing uninterrupted, but with the VVIP plane given a priority take-off slot.

The former US President left for Yogyakarta on a private Gulfstream Jet with a US Registry (N50JE) at 12:30 pm.

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Flooding in West Bali
Flooding on Kaliakah River in Jembrana, West Bali Inundates Hundreds of Homes

Floods in West Bali on Monday, June 26, 2017, caused extensive damage and submerged hundreds of private residences, according to NusaBali.

The flooding occurred when the Kaliakah River overflowed its banks due to the clogging of a Watergates at Bendungan Banyubiru I and BendunganBanyubiru II.

Heavy rains in the vicinity of the Kaliakah Village started at around 5:00 pm resulted in the river overflowing its banks at 7:00 pm with floodwaters reaching their peak at 10:00 pm. At that point, waters were reported to be knee-deep, flowing through the doors of hundreds of home as people scrambled to save furniture and household electronic goods.

The head of the Jembrana Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD), I Ketut Eko Susilo Artha Permana, confirmed that there were no injuries, deaths, or serious property damage linked to the flooding. Permana said that the waters began to subside by 2:30 am on Tuesday morning.

Watergates constructed to control the river’s flow failed and were inoperable when they became clogged with natural debris (not trash) accumulated as the rivers flowed to the sea.

This is a reoccurring problem in the area with similar flooding occurring as recently as November 2016.

In addition to floodwaters inundating local homes and residences, in some instances, well water used by the local population was contaminated by the flooding.

The BPBD  supplied chlorine to locals residents to treat polluted well water.


Bulgarian Beaten Badly in Bali by Bogans
Bulgarian Tourist Beaten with Chains at Local Shopping Mall by Three Men

Kafe Betawi, located at the Mal Galeria on Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai was the scene of an altercation involving foreigners visiting Bali on Wednesday, June 28, 2017.

Omurtag Alexandrop Dyakop (41), a Bulgarian tourist, was brutally attacked and beaten by three foreign tourists.

Beritabali.com says that Dyakop, who was staying in Kuta, suffered severe head and face wounds when the three unidentified foreign tourists with chains beat him.

The attack took place at around 7:45 pm when Dyakop was dining with a friend, Kancho Ivayloy Yordanove, at the Kafe Betawi.

Reports state that the Bulgarian made unintended eye contact with three menwho then began to hurl verbal assaults at him. The three men, who according to witnesses were Australians, rose from their seats and began beating the Bulgarian, escalating to the point where they attacked the man with chains.

The Bulgarian was rushed to a hospital to emergency medical care before making a formal police complaint with the Kuta police post.

Police continue to investigate the attack and interview witnesses in order to identify the assailants.


Fire Island
Fire Destroys Kelapa Hostel on Gili Trawangan Island

A fire on the afternoon of Thursday, June 29, 2017, on the popular resort island of Gili Trawangan, located in the straits between Bali and Lombok, destroyed the 36-rooms of the Kelapa Hostel.

According to Balipost.com, the 53 guests, comprised of 52 foreigners and one domestic traveler, who were staying at the hostel owned by a Surabaya businessman escaped unharmed.

A police spokesman said only 22-rooms of the 36-room hostel were occupied at the time of the fire.

Eyewitnesses report the fire began after an explosion was heard from a room on the second floor, followed immediately by a fire that spread quickly to all parts of the accommodation.

Surrounding residents rallied to fight the blaze using bucket brigades and other water sources. The fire was under control within two hours but left the burnt out rooms and the personal belongings of the guests all in ashes.

Losses are estimated in the billions of rupiahs. The cause of the fire remains unknown, but police believe the fire may have been caused by a short circuit.


VVIP Malaysian Arrival for Bali Holiday
Malaysian PM Takes a Four-Day Holiday in Bali

In the midst of a five-day Bali holiday visit by former US President Barack Obama, another VVIP visitor also landed on the Island for a holiday break.

On Monday, June 26, 2017, the Prime Minister of Malaysia Y.M. Dato’ Sri Haji Mohd. Najib Tun Abdul Razak landed in Bali using an official  Malaysian State aircraft.

Beritabali.com reports that the Malaysian Prime Minister and his accompanying family and official entourage were welcomed at Bali’s airport by Governor Made Mangku Pastika, the Provincial Chief of Police Inspector General Petrus Reinhard Golose, the Commander of the Udayana 9th Military District Major General Komaruddin Simanjuntak, the Commander of the Ngurah Rai Air Base Colonel I Wayan Superman, and the chairman of the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (Honorary Consul of Malaysia) Tjokorda Artha Ardana Sukawati.

Prime Minister Najib’s group comprised of 24 people arrived on “Bravo 1” a military Airbus A-319 aircraft from Subang, Malaysia that landed in Bali at 12:50 pm.

After landing in Bali, the Prime Minister and his companions traveled directly to the St. Regis Resort in Nusa Dua where an extensive security detail was already in place to secure the hotel during his stay.

The Prime Minister’s four-day stay ended on June 30, 2017, when his Indonesian holiday came to and end and he departed on the official airplane.


A Show of New Babies at The Bali Zoo
Bali Zoo Welcomes a Baby Tiger and Baby Lion

The Bali Zoo in Singapadu, Gianyar Regency recently welcomed baby tigers and lions born that were proudly introduced to the public over the recent Lebaran holiday period.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, the spokesperson for the Bali Zoo, Kristiana Chandra, said: This year we have successfully managed to breed an African Lion and a Sumatran Tiger that we hope will help draw more visitors to the Zoo.

Emma explained that the lion is now 1.5-months old and the tiger is 3-months old, both now at an age when they can be introduced to the larger world around them.

The Bali Zoo hopes to use the arrival of new animals as a means of educating the younger generation to the need to protect the natural environment.

The Bali Zoo is planning to soon open a new area - Kampung Sumatera where animals from that Indonesian Island will be exhibited. In additional to tigers, visitors will also enjoy encounters with Sumatran elephants and orangutans.

On an average day, some 700 tourists visit the Bali Zoo, a number that can increases to 1,500 to 2,000 during holiday periods.

The Bali Zoo is home to some 500 animals representing 80 species from Indonesia, Africa and Asia.


Dinners with Janet DeNeefe in July
Long Table Dinners with Janet DeNeefe at Casa Luna in Ubud July 15, 22, and 29, 2017

Bali’s Ubud-based culinary leader Janet DeNeefe who has pioneered literary and food festivals in central Bali will host another of her fabled Long Table Dinners at the Bar Luna Basement on three separate Saturday’s in July 2017 – July 15th, July 22nd, and July 29th.

Each dinner will be a celebration of the extraordinary healing properties of Bali’s herbs and spices.

For 30 years, DeNeefe has been teaching Balinese cooking and over these three epic meals will share her knowledge acquired from Balinese grandmothers and local compound kitchens.

Each meal will be a feast of Balinese specialties that focus on native plants, heritage ingredients, flowers and fruits from the Casa Luna garden. This includes Bali duck curry with pea eggplant, mackerel in lemongrass broth with pink torch ginger, jackfruit curry, tempe with tomato sambal and lemon basil, banana flower salad, roast pumpkin curry, Siamese squash with crisp shallots, cucumber in roasted coconut milk all served with yellow rice and sambal.

Dessert includes coconut gelato and Balinese coconut cakes.

The cost for each dinner is only Rp. 290,000 plus tax and service.

Numbers are strictly limited and advance booking is a must.

For more information or bookings call Casa Luna in Ubud ++62-(0)361-977409

Email contact for reservations.

Casa Luna Website 


Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité – 2017
Fête Nationale – Celebrating France’s National Day at The Trans Resort Bali on Saturday, July 15, 2017

French National Day or La Fête Nationale – Bastille Day marking the start of the French Revolution on July 14, 1789, will be celebrated in high Parisian style on Saturday, July 15, 2017, at The Trans Resort Bali in Seminyak.

This year’s grande soirée commences free flow cocktails from 6:00 – 7:00 pm. The festivities continue with a French Buffet with all drinks during dinner and the party that follows on a cash bar basis.

H.E. the French Ambassador to Indonesia and the French Consul General in Bali are expected to join the celebration.

The evening concludes with dancing on the rooftop at The 18th Rooftop Bar

Vive La France!

The cost covering a sumptuous dinner and welcoming cocktails is only Rp. 200,000 per person for tickets purchased in advance or Rp. 300,000 net at the door.

Tickets for children aged 4-12 years will be available for Rp. 50,000 each.

Tickets are available in advance at:
  • Cafés Moka outlets in Jimbaran, Sanur, Seminyak and Canggu
  • Café Bali
  • Poule de Luxe
  • L’ Assisiette Restaurant
  • Alliance Française de Bali
  • French Consulate in Bali
Email for orders of Tables of Ten 


Lion Air – Flying to the Max
Lion Air to Introduce New State of the Art Boeing 737 MAX-8 in July 2017

Indonesia's Lion Air will soon start operating a brand new state-of-the-art Boeing 737 MAX-8 – the first aircraft of its kind to operate in Indonesia.

Kompas.com quoted the spokesperson for Lion Air, Andy M. Saladin, who said the all is in readiness for the introduction of the new aircraft into the Airline's fleet. “We hope it will become operational before 10 July 2017. We are getting clearance first, this will be the first aircraft of this type,” he explained on Saturday, July 1, 2017.

Andy was not able to specify which of the many Lion Air routes would be the first to see the introduction of the new Boeing aircraft. There is a strong possibility that the Boeing 737 MAX-8 would first fly on Lion Air’s international routes. Andy said the new plane might be introduced on current services from Bali to China, Shanghai or Manado.

The plane has arrived in Indonesia with final crew familiarization, cockpit training, custom’s clearance and licensing from the governmen now underway..

The Lion Air Group is scheduled to receive a total of eight Boeing 737 Max 8 during the course of 2017. Four of the new planes will be operated by Lion Air, while Batik Air will fly the remaining four planes.

The Boeing 737 Max 8 is said to consume 20% less fuel that Boeing NG 737 and 9% less fuel than the Airbus A320 NEO.


Volcanic Rumblings in Central Java
Beyond Bali: Sileri Volcano on Central Java’s Dieng Plateau Erupts Injuring 17. Team of 8 Rescuers Die in Helicopter Rushing to Scene.

The Sileri Crater at the Dieng Plateau at Banjanegara, Central Java has exploded unexpectedly injuring at least 17 people.

In a tragic turn of events, a Search and Rescue Helicopter with a crew of 8 rushing to respond to the Dien Plateau crashed on its way to the Dieng Plateau killing all on board.

Detik.com said the explosion occurred at around 11:30 am -12:00-noon WIB on Sunday, July 2, 2017, (1:00 pm on Monday). Lava that was expelled hit the many tourists visiting the site.

The accident has been confirmed by Sutopo Purwo of the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) has confirmed the mishap.

In the week prior to the explosion, experts had warned of a possible eruption urging a wider “no-go” zone of 100 meters around the crater be established as a safeguard.

The Dieng Plateau in Central Java is located in the Regency of Wonosobo as a height of some 2,000 meters above sea level. Daytime temperatures at this high altitude can hover around zero degrees and below freezing at night.

The location of eight craters, the Sileri crater is considered the most active with significant eruptions predating the latest activity having occurred in 1944, 1964, 1984, July 2003, and September 2009. The 2009 eruption sent volcanic ash 200 meters into the atmosphere, while the latest eruption managed to spew ash only 50 meters high.

The 1979 eruption in the form of poisonous gas on the Dieng Plateau in 1979 was blamed on the loss of 149 lives.

The Dieng Plateau is rich in historical artifacts, with ancient Hindu temples dating from  the 7th Century.

BNPB and other emergency response officials have been dispatched to the scene.

Sutopo said no deaths have yet to be connected to the explosion. Details from the disaster scene are still being collected.

The unexpected explosion reached a height of 50-meters.

The 10 people injured are being treated at the Baturaden Community Health Center.

Police have temporarily closed off the area surrounding the crater


Spice Up Your Sunday in Sanur
Spice Bazaar! at Spice by Chris Salans in Sanur, Bali on Sunday, July 9, 2017

The Chris Salans’ Group will host its second Spice Bazaar! at Spice by Chris Salans in Sanur on July 9, 2017.

Spice Bazaar! is planned as a monthly event celebrating art, music, food, drinks and kids’ activities.

The July edition of Spice Bazaar! happens at Spice by Chris Salans in Sanur on Sunday, July 9. 2017 from 1:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

Each monthly bazaar will showcase different vendors and local band designed to attract foodies, children, art lovers, night crawlers, and discerning shoppers.

9th The Kopiko Band will perform live blues music from 5:30 pm until 8:30 pm. Spice by Chris Salans will have a Spice Food & Cocktails On-The-Go Station operating at the venue, allowing visitors the chance to savor Spice’s signature cuisine celebrating Indonesian produce and flavors pioneered by Chef Salans’s Mozaic Restaurant Gastronomique.

at the Spice Bazaar! will be offering herbal remedies, granola, honey, raw nuts, jams, herbs, fresh organic produce, organic coconut products, recycled glass, vintage fashion, home décor items, and fashion accessories for adults and children.

ll also be special activities for children: face painting, playground activities, sand art, and fishing games.

Spice Bazaar!
Presented by the Chris Salans’ Group
Sunday, July 9, 2017  -  1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
at
Spice by Chris Salans
Jalan Danau Tamblingan No. 140
(Across from Café Batujimbar)


Spicing Up Seminyak!
Spice by Chris Salans Now Open in the Heart of Seminyak’s Restaurant Mecca

Spice by Chris Salans – the third restaurant operating in the brand - is now open in Seminyak following the successful opening of Spice by Chris Salans eateries in Ubud, Bali and Sanur, Bali.

Its eponymous celebrity chef Chris Salans will helm Group’s Seminyak-based Spice by Chris Salans. Located in the fashionable beach community of Seminyak on Bali’s southwest coast, Spice by Chris Salans is a stylish gastro-bar serving innovative drinks and a cuisine based on the tantalizing flavors and healing properties provided by Indonesia’s aromatic roots, herbs, and spices. The new restaurant is pitched as an affordable way to experience the genius of Chris Salans’s  cuisine made famous by his flagship fine-dining Mozaic Restaurant Gastronomique in Ubud, central Bali.

In a culinary approach that propelled Chef Salans to celebrity-status in Southeast Asia and beyond, the first Spice by Chris Salans was opened in Ubud, quickly followed by another operation of the same brand in Sanur.

Chris Salans and his team feel the new 3rd outlet in Seminyak is a natural for their sophisticated but highly affordable Spice brand. Seminyak, with its smart hotels and restaurants, its hip spas and beach clubs, and sophisticated urban lifestyle - is the perfect match for the lates Spice by Chris Salans.

In Seminyak, as in Ubud and Sanur, “foodies” will love Spice for its imaginative cuisine, “funky drinks,” and its trendsetting collaboration between the chef and the mixologist who design bespoke cocktails that pair ingeniously with any particular dish.

The concept of Spice by Chris Salans remains unchanged. Local flavors prepared to an exacting international standard paired with cocktails incorporating the freshest ingredients, whole spices, and fine imported spirits. A good selection of wines is also available.

Some of the most popular signature dishes to be found at Spice by Chris Salans are Crispy Pork Belly with turmeric dressing and dukkah spice; Bangkuang Dumplings; Tapioca Root Fries; and Slipper Lobster with curry-leaf buSer and tempé.

The ambiance at Spice is casual, happy, and upbeat. Guests are welcomed heartily with greetings in Balinese and looked after by friendly and culinary-savvy staff.

As you would expect, the décor is sleek and creative. Interiors at all Spice by Chris Salans are air-conditioned, with the option to either sit at a private table or the bar while watching the talented chefs at work.

akfast until late at night, Spice at Chris Salans – now available in three great locations represent a vibrant place to gather with friends for good times and an eclectic culinary adventure that meet and conquer all the senses.

SPICE by Chris Salans – Seminyak
Jalan Batu Belig No.7
Kerobokan Kelod, Kuta Utara,
Kabupaten Badung
Bali 80361 - Indonesia
Tel: +62-(0)361 4732292
Open every day from 11.00 AM to 11.00 PM

SPICE by Chris Salans – Sanur
Jalan Danau Tamblingan – No 140
Sanur (right in front of Café BatuJimbar)
Bali – 80228 - Indonesia
Tel: +62=(0)361 4490411
Open every day from 08.00 AM to 11.00 PM

SPICE by Chris Salans – Ubud
Jalan Raya Ubud No 23
Ubud, Gianyar
Bali 80571 - Indonesia
Tel: +62(0)361 4792420
Open every day from 08.00 AM to 11.00 PM


A Run on Marathon Accommodation
Accommodation Assistance for Maybank Bali Marathon on Sunday, August 27, 2017

With a record number of participants expected to attend the 5th running of the Maybank Bali Triathlon on Sunday, August 27, 2017, accommodation in the Sanur area of Bali is in increasingly short supply.

Available on a first-come-first-served basis are the following special rates:

Taksu Sanur Hotel – Rooms available August 26-28, 2017. Rate Rp. 1,800,000 per night, including 21% tax and service, and daily breakfast for two.
Email to Book Taksu Sanur Hotel 

Swiss-Bel Inn Watu Jimbar – Rooms available August 26-28, 2017. Rate Rp. 2,200,000 per night, including 21% tax and service, and daily breakfast for two.
Email to Book Swiss-Bel Inn Watu Jimbar

Puri Dalem - Rooms available August 26-28, 2017. Rate Rp. 1,210,000 per night, including 21% tax and service, and daily breakfast for two.
Email to Book Puri Dalem 

Sun Island Hotel Kuta - Rooms available August 26-28, 2017. Rate Rp. 1.600,000 per night, including 21% tax and service, and daily breakfast for two.
Email to Book Sun Island Hotel Kuta

Related Links

Maybank Bali Marathon Website

Going the Distance


An Intersection of Unnatural Selection
Two Danish Men Die in Motorcycle Accident in Pererenan, Bali

Denpost.com reports that two Danish tourists, Jansen Marcus Moller (21) and Andreas Winther Nielsen, were killed in the early hours of Sunday, July 2, 2017, in a traffic accident at the intersection of Tiyung Tutul in Pererenan.

At approximately 1:30 am, the two men were riding a single motorcycle traveling from Jalan Raya Tumbakbayuh, coming from the direction of Tanah Lot.

Andreas Nielsen was reportedly driving the motorcycle with Jansen as a pillion passenger. When the two men passed through the intersection they collided with a box truck driven by Okneil Harapana Findia Ardi (28) who was traveling from the east.

Both of the Danes died at the scene of the accident.

Police say the accident on the motorcyclists occured when the Dane failed to grant the right-of-way to the truck


 
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