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BALI UPDATE #1091 - 31 July 2017

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Donít Bite that Which Barks
Governor Issues Circular Memo to Bring Trade in Dog Meat in Bali Under Tighter Control

In response to growing criticism in the International press regarding the sale of dog meat in Bali and address unsubstantiated allegations that dog meat is being sold to tourists, Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika on July 6, 2017, issued a circular memorandum to all Regents and the Mayor in Bali regarding the dog meat trade on the Island.

The Governor’s circular acknowledged foreign media coverage of the use of dog meat in food products resulting from the cruel slaughter of dogs and poisoning of dogs with cyanide. The reports, stated Pastika, were damaging Bali’s tourism image and called on regency and metropolitan officials to undertake the following steps:
  1. To survey and record all locations where dog meat is sold.
  2. To educate the public that the consumption of dog meat is not recommended and, in any case, should never be served to international tourist visitors.
  3. To undertake monitoring and surveillance to make sure that dog meat is not being sold under the guise of another form of meat.
  4. Taking steps to control the sale of dog meat because the government is unable to guarantee such meat is fit for human consumption and because of the potential to spread such diseases as rabies and other illnesses.
It remains to be seen what steps, if any, will be taken to close or control the many “RW” or dog meat restaurants operating in Bali.


A Place to Give You Comfort, A Place to Keep You Warm
Solemen House Opening Monday, July 31, 2017

Solemen – the Bali-based charity that works to alleviate suffering among Bali’s most needy citizens will be celebrating the opening of Solemen House on Monday, July 31, 2017.

The house, located in the Panjer area of Renon in Central Denpasar, will offer accommodation and support to “solebuddy" patients and their families undergoing medical treatment at the nearby Sanglah General Hospital."Solebuddies"  undergoing treatment, such as chemotherapy, will be ferried to and from their medical appointment in Soleman vehicles.

The Solemen House is made possible through generous donations made by guests staying at the Bali Dynasty Resort and other partner companies providing corporate social responsibility support to the non-profit organization.

Indonesian superstar and Solemen Ambassador Tamara Bleszynski is expected to attend the opening ceremony at the Solemen House on Monday, July 31, 2017, at 3:30 pm.

Those interested in attending the happy occasion should Email Solemen  or telephone +62-(0)81353000902 to confirm attendance and obtain complete address details.

Solemen Website


Baliís Need for More Australian Air Capacity
Bali Tourism Leaders Call for 25% More Flight Capacity Between Australia and Bali

The Indonesian Tourism Association in Bali (GIPI-Bali) is calling for more flights between Bali and Australia in order to grow the number of tourist visitors to the Island. Speaking on behalf of GIPI-Bali and quoted in Bisnis Bali, Bagus Sudibya said that current Australian tourist visits to Bal number 1,240,000 and if Bali wants to target 1,500,000 we will fall short 20% from that target.

Sudibya said that in order to add 260,000 more Australian tourists, the capacity of airlines operating between Bali and Australia needs to be supplemented by at least 25%.

Sudibya said tourist visitor from Australia to Bali are receiving an unexpected boost from the political situation in the USA that has caused declining popularity in the USA as a tourist destination for Australians. Also, the declining value of the Australian dollar in comparison the Euro has reduced demand for travel to Europe.


Open as Usual
Managers of Ulun Danu Beratan Temple Area Dismiss Actions Declaring Area Closed to Tourism

Despite the appearance of a banner declaring that Ulun Danu Beratan in Bali’s mountain lake district at Bedugul was “closed,” NusaBali reports that it was “business as usual” at the popular tourist destination on Wednesday, July 26, 2017.

To counter the closure declaration by disgruntled local villagers seeking a larger share of revenues generated by tourist visitors, the Management of Ulun Danu Beratan wrote to the Indonesian Association of Travel Agents (ASITA) and 30 travel agents reminding that the area remained open for tourist visitors.

The Manager of Ulun Danu Beratan, Wayan Mustika, said there were still some travel agencies asking if it was safe to visit the sacred temple situated in the waters of Lake Beratan.

Wayan Mustika said his office was making every effort to persuade travel agent that the area remains conducive for tourism and completely open to all visitors.

”Visitors should not be concerned about safety and security,” he said.

Mustiks said the installation of the banner declaring Ulun Danu Beratan closed is related to an internal conflict at the Temple, the details of which were not entirely clear to him.

The internal conflict among those in charge of the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, according to Mustika, has nothing to do with tourists visiting the location. Visitor totals remain unchanged with 1,945 foreign tourists and 1,153 domestictouristst visiting Ulun Danu Beratan on the day when the disaffected local erected the “closed” banner.

Mustika apologized to the public for any concerns raised by the incorrect closure banner, underlining that the tourism destination remains open and welcoming to tourist visitors.

Meanwhile, the Regent of Tabanan, Putu Eka Wiryastuti, echoed comments assuring that Ulun Danu Beratan remains open to tourist visitors certain that any disagreements with the local religious community can be resolved.

NusaBali reports that the four people who signed an announcement declaring the tourist area closed to tourism have been dismissed from the council for the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple. The four men dismissed are: Nyoman Suamba (Kelian Satakan Bangah), I Made Kasa (Kelian Satakan Antapan), I Nyoman Kembang Yasa (Kelian Satakan Baturiti), and Made Susila Putra (Bendesa Pakraman Candikuning).

They were dismissed for irresponsible behavior and their inability to account for Rp. 37.5 billion in temple funds. The missing funds have also been reported to police in Tabanan who have summoned the four for questioning.


A Dozen Years for a Dutchman
Dutch Expat Arrested with Hashish in Bali Could Serve 12 Years in Prison

The Jakarta Post reports the arrest of a 46-year-old Dutch expatriate, Nicolas Denis Lijzaat, with 0.83 grams of hashish at his home in the Puri Gading Housing Estate in Jimbaran, Bali on Sunday, July 23, 2017.

Police confirm that based on reports from the public, Lijzaat was put under surveillance for several days prior to his arrest.

Police Chief Commander I Wayan Arta said: “We received information that there was a Dutch national who had often used hashish. Based on that information, we opened an investigation."

Lijzaat said that he never used drug during his 15 years in Bali and the drugs discovered by police were only recently given to him for free from a person identified with the initials MD.

If found guilty of possession narcotics, the Dutchmen could receive a maximum sentence of 12 years in prison.

(Photo: The Jakarta Post)


Consequence of Algerian Delirium
Algerian Who Stole French Touristís Purse May Extend Bali Stay by Five Years

A 36-year-old Algerian tourist, Bedreddine Sahhoune, has been taken into custody by police in Kuta, Bali charged with stealing the purse of a young French woman, Damie Di Cursi, while she was visiting the Beach Lounge on Jalan Pantai Kuta on Wednesday, July 19, 2017.

Police arrested the Algerian 3 days after he removed the Frenchwoman’s bag from below her poolside lounge chair. The man was arrested in Room 548 of Hotel Pop on Jalan Lebak Bene Legian in Bali.

As reported by Metrobali.com, the man told police he was drunk when he stole the purse at 12:30 pm.

The young woman conducted a frantic search for her bag and reported the missing bag to security, who reviewed CCTV footage that led police to conduct a wider search for the man.

The Algerian, who said he works as an accountant in his homeland, now faces criminal charges that carry a maximum penalty of 5 years in prison.


Savor the Flavor of Yum Cha at Conrad Bali
Authentic Yum Cha selections by Guest Chef from Beijing August 3-12, 2017

In August 2017, Conrad Bali presents “Yum Cha Festival” - a Chinese cuisine festival showcasing unique steamed and fried gourmet dim sums and Peking duck - all on offer at the Suku Restaurant, the Resort’s ail-day-dining restaurant and at the Azure pool-side bar.

From August 3 - 12, 2017, the buffet spread will feature dishes prepared by Chinese Executive Chef Simon Leung of the Conrad Beijing.

nsive menu includes Babi Guling puff, Chicken siomay with bumbu wangen, Honey BBQ Pork puff, Chicken Feet with Betutu spices, and also classic dim sum, Shrimp Dumpling and Chicken Siew May. Fried items on offer include Deep-Fried Shrimp Rolls and Pan-Fried Radish Cakes.

Opt to try a little bit of everything with Conrad Bali’s free-flow dim sum menu at Rp. 288,000++ per person with complimentary hot and/or cold Chinese tea served at lunch and dinner.

er, guests can savor Peking Duck slow-roasted in a wood-fired oven for Rp. 220,000++ per half duck or IDR 400,000++ for the entire duck.

Chef Simon Leung

Executive Chef Leung, who hails from Hong Kong, has more than 35 years of experience in the kitchen. Known for his Cantonese cuisine, he has won countless culinary awards. Chef Leung is best known for shrimp dumplings, deep fried shrimp balls and pumpkin coconut milk cake.

For more information or reservations telephone ++62-(0)361 778 788 or Email 


Meatless is Better in Bali
Bali Vegan Festival in Ubud October 6-8, 2017

Established by Down To Earth Bali in 2015, the Bali Vegan Festival has been growing in size and scope each year and in 2017 promises a huge range of activities and entertainment for vegans and omnivores alike.

Kip Andersen will be joining the line-up of inspiring speakers from around the world who are passionate about animal rights, healthy lifestyles and saving the planet. An intrepid filmmaker, Kip will discuss his new documentary “What the Health” that will be screened during the festival. Joining him will be veteran raw vegan runners Alan Murray and Janette Murray-Wakelin, who together ran around Australia (15,782km in 366 consecutive days) fuelled only on a raw vegan diet in order to raise awareness for a sustainable future and conscious lifestyle choices.

Representatives from Humane Society International, Indonesian Vegetarian Society, and BAWA will also take to the stage. Look also for James Aspey who will talk on ‘How to be an Effective Activist’.

More speakers and entertainment will be announced as they are confirmed.

The weekend will play host to scores of others activities including raw vegan dessert workshops, cooking classes, yoga and meditation, live music, healing sessions, movie screenings and a number of children’s activities.

The three-day festival October 6-8, 2017 will take place in two venues in Ubud: Paradiso - Bali’s unique cultural center and the world’s first organic vegan cinema; and Taksu Garden Spa – both on Jalan Gautama Selatan.

The Bali Vegan Festival will continue its tradition of featuring a dazzling array of food and drinks from local restaurants in Ubud, Seminyak and Canggu.

Entry to the main part of the festival is free

Bali Vegan Festival Website

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Enough, Already
Tourism Workers Union in Bali Demand Moratorium on New Hotels and Accommodation.

Metrobali.com quotes, Putu Satya Wira the chairman of the Bali chapter of the Indonesian Tourism Workers Union (FSP PAR SPSI) who says tourism workers in his organization support a moratorium on new accommodation and hotel projects in Bali.

Putu Satya’s comments were made at a “Halal Bihalal” gathering held on Saturday, August 22, 2017, in Denpasar, Bali. The Union Chief said the number rooms in Bali now more than 130,000 – a number that far exceeds demand and that is fueling an unhealthy price war among hotel operators. In turn, he says the current investment climate in Bali is not conducive.

Expressing the concerns of the Union’s membership, Putu Satya says the current overbuilt situation threatens the quality of the Bali tourism product and the welfare of those working in the tourism industry.

Echoing Putu Satya is the chairman of the Bali chapter of the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI-Bali), Tjokorda Oka A.A. Sukawati (Cok Ace) who is calling on the Government to regulate the hotel industry to preserve the careers of those who work in that sector.

“The price war is not only unhealthy for businesses and the tourism industry, but the workers in tourism also suffer. Rooms are being sold at too low prices to attract tourists and the salaries of those working also decline. This has to be overcome!” warned Cok Ace.


Surfing Beyond a Skill Set
Ukrainian Surfer Missing for Four Days from Kuta Found Dead at Jembrana Beach

A local fisherman from Dewi Village in Jembrana discovered a corpse floating near the show on Wednesday morning, July 26, 2017.

The fisherman secured a rope around the body and towed it to shore with his small fishing boat. Baliberkarya.com report that police from the Jembrana Police Precinct were summoned to the scene. Police later determined that the dead man was a Ukrainian male. Serhil Haveliev (23), a surfer who was reported missing four days earlier off Kuta Beach.

NusaBali said the Ukrainian was last seen surfing in front of the Hotel Mercure before he went missing.

Water police theorize that the cable connecting the man’s foot to his surfboard broke, separating him from the surfboard and resulting in his drowning.

A search by Water Police and life-saving team members (Balawista) conducted after the man’s disappearance yielded no results.

Police blamed surfing company guides with allowing tourists to undertake unsupervised water-based experiences that are beyond their swimming capacities or allow surfers to operate in areas full of swimmers who are at risk of being struck by a poorly controlled surfboard.

The traditional head of the Kuta Village, I Wayan Swarsa, reminded all registered surfing operators in Kuta to make sure their customers can swim before renting equipment.

The body of the Ukrainian has been sent to Sanglah General Hospital for Forensic examination.


Destroying the Reefs that Can Sustain our Futures
Local Residents Concerned at Destruction to Surrounding Reefs at Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembong Linked to Tourism

High levels of tourist activities are being blamed for the destruction and degradation of coral reefs surrounding Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida, located just a few miles off Bali’s southeast coast.

Balipost.com blames pontoons anchored on the reefs, recreational boats dragging anchors, poorly supervised diving and snorkeling activities and unprecedented level of tourism activities as the root cause of reef damage.

Local residents on the islands are increasingly resorting to Social Media to share pictures and their concerns for the reefs what are a major tourism draw for the area.

A village elder pointed the finger of blame at uncontrolled and unsupervised tourism, such an unlicensed pontoons sand underwater scooters.

When village elders complain of illegal marine operators destroying the reef, local tourism officials take cover, somewhat unbelievably claiming they do not have the authority to take action against unlicensed companies and accommodation providers.

Some of the worst destruction at Nusa Penida is reported at Mangrove Point at Nusa Lembongan caused by marine and accommodation operators.


Death While Snorkeling
German Tourist Drowns at Pemuteran, North Bali

A 38-year-old German national has drowned while snorkeling in North Bali at the Village of Pemuteran on Wednesday, July 26, 2017.

Local villagers were alerted to the unfolding tragedy when the man’s companion, Svenja Carina (28), was seen crying and pacing back and forth on the shoreline, bemoaning that Martin Lodwig Thomas (38) had been snorkeling for more than two hours without returning to shore.

Beritbali.com said a local resident using a sampan launched a search and found the German’s dead body floating some 50-meters from shore.

Police from Gerokgak continue to investigate the incident, but are treating the man’s death as a drowning.


Donít Profane that We Hold Sacred!
Governor Calls on Lawmakers to Limit Access by Tourists to Sacred Places and Balinese Temples

Denpost reports that Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika has voiced his support for limiting access to religious sites and temples in Bali.

“For a long time, I have said that tourists should not be allowed to enter religious temples. But unfortunately, we (the Balinese) invite the tourists to enter. If we let them, they pay. It doesn’t have to be like this. I agree if tourists are forbidden to enter into temples, especially the 'mandala utama' (innermost sanctum),” explained the Governor on Wednesday, July 26, 2017.

In the past, the Provincial House of Representatives (DPRD-Bali) has stated their desire to limit visits by tourists to sacred areas and temples. For this reason, the DPRD-Bali has taken the initiative to begin drafting regional rules regarding tourist visits to sacred places and temples.

A Member of Commission III of the DPRD-Bali, Ida Bagus Padakusuma, on Tuesday, July 25, 2017, said limitation of visits by tourists on holy places is much needed. Padakusuma said that, in fact, there have long been rules forbidding who is not allowed into sacred areas of a temple. He said new rules clarifying the situation need to be put in place.

Recent pictures of tourists posing while sitting on the inner altar of a Balinese Temple has raised comment and anger among many local Balinese.


Ubud it Is!
Central Bali Community of Ubud Ranks High in Travel+Leisure List of Worldís Best Cities

Jakarta Post reports that the U.S. Travel magazine Travel+Leisure listed Central Balinese village of Ubud to its list of the “World’s Top 15 Cities. Readers rated cities on their sights and landmarks, culture, cuisine, friendliness, shopping and overall value.

Ubud rated #9 with a score of 90.13 behind Cape Town, South Africa that scored 90.23 at 8th place.

Rated the best city overall was San Miguel de Allende in Mexico scoring 92.12.

When limited to only cities in Asia, Ubud (90.13) fares even better, ranking #4 following Hoi An in Vietnam in third with 90.31 points. Among Asian cities, Chaing Mai in Thailand ranked best overall scoring 91.40.

The article sang the Bali community’s praises saying: “High up in the interior of the island of Bali, Ubud continues to draw those who favor the arts and reflection—rather than beaches and parties.”

Another respondent said: ‘I loved everything about Ubud. I was spoiled by the kind and thoughtful people I met everywhere I went.”

Made famous by Julia Roberts Sony Production “Eat Pray Love”, Ubud is now becoming famous as for Yoga, shopping, and diverse dining experience.

This is the list of the World’s Top 15 Cities according to Travel+Leisure:
  1. San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
  2. Charleston, United States
  3. Chiang Mai, Thailand
  4. Kyoto, Japan
  5. Florence, Italy
  6. Oaxaca, Mexico
  7. Hoi An, Vietnam
  8. Cape Town, South Africa
  9. Ubud, Indonesia
  10. Luang Prabang, Laos
  11. Santa Fe, United States
  12. Roma, Italy
  13. Siem Reap, Cambodia
  14. Udaipur, India
  15. Barcelona, Spain

And here’s the Top 10 Cities in Asia according to Travel+Leisure:
  1. Chiang Mai, Thailand
  2. Kyoto, Japan
  3. Hoi An, Vietnam
  4. Ubud, Indonesia
  5. Luang Prabang, Laos
  6. Siem Reap, Cambodia
  7. Udaipur, India
  8. Bangkok, Thailand
  9. Tokyo, Japan
  10. Thimphu, Bhutan


Telling Plastic Waste to ĎHit the Roadí
Turning Plastic Waste in Cheaper, Stronger and Better Roads

In an exciting development that may help improve roads while at the same reducing the growing menace of plastic trash.

Tempo.co reports that the Government is now paving roads with recycled plastic trash instead of traditional asphalt. The new mixture of asphalt and recycled plastic is being trialed in Jimbaran, Bali.

Government officials say the use of discarded plastic to pave roads is being tested in road repair and construction nationwide.

Officials in charge of the project say the new technology is easy to use and is now being used in 16 cities across Indonesian.

A chemist in India, Rajagopalan Vasudevan, discovered the new technology in 2015. Since then, this technology has been used to pave more than 25,000 kilometers of roadway eliminating tons of discarded plastic in the process.

Experts in Indonesia estimated that 2.5 tons of plastic waste are needed to construct one kilometer of paved road.

Roads designed to carry heavy loads require two coatings and therefore consume twice as much plastic. Which is all fine and good, given the large amount of plastic trash accumulating across the globe.

Experts also say the new roads using recycled plastic are stronger, longer lasting and cheaper to construct that roads built in a conventional manner.


India Now Closer to Bali
Batik Air Now Flies Daily Between Bali and Chennai, India

The Lion Air Group –full-priced affiliate airline Batik Air is growing internationally. After recently commencing flights between Denpasar and Perth, now Batik Air now flies from Denpasar – Kuala Lumpur – Chennai (India) on a daily basis.

RadarBali.com reports that the inaugural flight from Bali to India departed the Island on Sunday, July 23, 2017, witnessed by Lion Air management, Tourism Ministry officials, and members of Bali’s Airport Management.

A director of Batik Air, Captain Achmad Lutfie, told those at the event that Batik Air is currently preparing to launch new flights to China.

Batik Air is operating Boeing 737-900 configured with 180 seats on its flights between Bali and Chennai. Flight ID 6016 left Bali for Bali at 10:32 pm carrying 124 of the total available 180 seats, picking up an additional 18 passengers for Chennai in Kuala Lumpur.

The new service connecting Bali and Chennai will operates on a daily basis in order to meet the rapid growth in inbound tourism from India.


Will She Know Her Name if We Call Her in Heaven?
3-Year-Australian Dies After Falling into Bali Private Villa Pool

Life support machines sustaining a 3-year-old Australian girl, Kawa Sweeney, were turned off when doctors in Australia declared the child “brain dead” four days after falling into a swimming pool at a private villa in Bali on Sunday, July 23, 2017.

A medical practitioner who was coincidentally on hand in Bali helped pull the child from the bottom of the pool and immediately began administering CPR.

The villa pool reportedly had not installed protective fencing to prevent toddlers from harm.

On Monday, the child was flown to Perth for ongoing medical treatment.

Quoted by 9News in Australia, a spokesperson for the Sweeney family said: “Unfortunately, in spite of all the hopes and prayers, Kawa has lost her battle.” Speaking on the day of girl’s death, the spokesperson continued: “The family is saying goodbye today. We would like to thank everyone who has gone above and beyond in all of this.”

The child was placed in an induced coma at Princess Margaret Hospital in Perth following her emergency evacuation from Bali.

The girl and her family hail from Newport on Sydney’s northern beaches.

An emergency appeal on the social media quickly raised AU$70,000 to cover medical evacuation and medical care for the girl.


A Less than Happy Ending
Police Raid 3 Local Massage Parlors as Fronts for Prostitution

In a continuing campaign by the Bali Police to close spas operating as fronts for prostitution, the Denpasar Police raided 3 businesses on midday Tuesday, July 25, 2017.

Raided by the criminal division of the Denpasar Precinct were: Massage Sri Kandi on Jalan Gatsu Barat No. 317, Warung Du Gek on Jalan Bypass Ida Bagus Mantra, and Massage Princes on Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai in Sanur.

Beritabali.com says police took into custody 9 therapists they suspect to be working as prostitutes.

5 women were taken into custody at Massage Sri Kandi, 2 alleged sex workers at Warung Bu Cek, and 2 at Massage Princes.

The woman underwent an instant trial attended by a judge, were ordered to pay a fine and then told to go home.


Before the Fall
Domestic Tourist Drowns at Tegenungan Waterfall in Gianyar, Bali

A domestic tourist from Flores, Wilifredus, who was also known as “Fred,” has drowned at the Tegenungan Waterfall located in the Village of Kemenuh, Gianyar on Friday, July 28, 2017.

NusaBali said the man was swimming at the waterfall with 8 friends who earlier had been warned by local attendants not to swim in the area. Despite the warnings, the men seemed intent on making “selfies” near the waterfall.

Fred’s went missing for four hours before search and rescue officials located the man’s corpse and sent it to the Sanjiwani General Hospital.

The death of the 25-year-old man from Flores is the second death of a domestic tourist at the waterfall in four months.


Things in Bali Go Better with Coca Cola
Coca Cola Celebrates a Decade of Cleaning Baliís Main Beaches

Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia (CCAI) is marking ten years of reducing trash on the beaches of Bali. As quoted by the State News Agency Antara, the Public Relations Manager for CCAI, Lucia Karina, said, “Our commitment and the surrounding villages in Bali is based on a strategy of sustainability.”

The program named “Bali Beach Clean Up” is operated in cooperation with Quicksilver Indonesia working on five beaches covering Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Jimbaran, and Kedonganan. The program mobilized 75 people to clean 9.7 kilometers of shoreline supported by large truck to haul away debris.

Calculated through 2013, the Bali Beach Clean Up Program has removed more than 21 million kilograms of trash.

To celebrate 10 years of the Bali Beach Clean Up a Bali’s Big Big Echo Weekend 2017 was held on Seminyak Beach on Saturday, July 29, 2017, that included clean-up activities and a turtle release.


But Only God Can Make a Tree
X-Files Bali: Major Road Project at Gilimanuk, West Bali Diverts Around a Sacred Tree Standing Outside a Temple.

Work underway to improve access to Bali’s western port of Gilimanuk includes widening roads and creating drainage ditches.

In order to complete the project, a large number of shade trees along the side of the road had to be sacrificed.

However, a Kelepek Tree standing at the front of the Puseh Temple (Pura Puseh) in Gilimanuk stand in the way of the drainage ditch being constructed.

Metrobali.com reports that while plans were to construct a straight drainage ditch a decision was made to allow the tree, deemed sacred by local residents, to stand and build the proposed ditch around the tree.

The tree that is many decades old, contains a small temple near its base, placed because the area occupied by the tree is seen as both hanted and sacred by local residents.

Village leaders held “discussions” with the tree and were informed by the tree it did not want to be moved.

In a compromise with strongly held local beliefs and traditions, the tree will not be cut down and the drainage plan will be modified.

Preposterous? Perhaps not. Last year, a Kepuh Tree considered sacred was cut down in the community of Sumberklampok in Singaraja. The man who cut the tree down died a short time later and the man who ordered its removal was involved in a serious accident.

Accordingly, officials at Pura Puseh decided to allow the much-regard tree to remain undisturbed.


Trans-national Crime in Bali
Bali and Chinese Police Bust Chinese Cyber Crime and Extortion Gang Operating from Private Villa

A joint police team from the Provincial Police of Bali, National Police Headquarters in Jakarta and the Police from People’s Republic of China (PRC) raided a villa on Jalan Puri Bendesa, Mumbul, South Kuta on Saturday, July 29, 2017. Balipost.com reports that 32 PRC and Taiwanese citizens were taken into custody in the raid targeted against cyber crime.

Based on information provided by PRC police, the group arrested in Bali is part of a larger network international network of cyber criminals involved in computer fraud and extortion. Police reportedly used sophisticated eavesdropping equipment that penetrated online communications, SMS messages and telephone calls to and from the villa that is surrounded by a three-meter fence.

When police descended on the villa tens of people tried to escape the three-story structure. Police apprehended 31 people in the villa and one in the process of escaping over a back wall.

Those in custody are from the PRC, Taiwan and one from East Java working as a driver. They revealed to police that they were involved in fraud and extortion over the telephone. Police seized hand phones, landline phones, and other equipment.

The majority of those arrested have been moved by police to National Police Headquarters in Jakarta.

The Indonesian police and police from the PRC continue to investigate the case.

(Photo: Bali Post)


Outdoor Movie on the Terrace
Food, Arts & Crafts, Drink, Live Music and Film at Jimbaran Hub, Friday, August 4, 2017

The Jimbaran Hub – Creative Center will host a unique Outdoor Movie on the Terrace on Friday, August 4, 2017 starting at 6:00 pm.

Located on Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera in Jimbaran, the Jimbaran Hub will host a fun-filled evening including music performance by the Manja Band, a display of artisan crafts, fashion and accessories, food displays, wines, and cocktails.

Also forming part of the evening will be a screening under the star of the 1988 French film Camile Cladel. A film by Bruno Nuytten that won 5 French Cesar Awards, the production stars Isabelle Adjani and Gerard Depardieu. The movie tells the compelling story of the French sculptor and graphic artist Camile Claudel. A long time assistant and lover of the renowned Rodin, Claudel eventually became famous for her sculptures in her own right and established her own studio. Estranged from her family, that included French diplomat and poet Paul Claudel, Camile was eventually confined to mental institutions for the last 30 years of her life and died at an asylum at Montfavet in 1943 where her bones are interred in a mass common grave.

Outdoor Movie on the Terrace
Live Music, Arts and Craft, Food, Drink
Jimbaran Hub – Creative Center
Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera
Jimbaran, Bali

For more information telephone +62-(0)81239992600.


Celebrating a Homecoming with Wine
World's Best Butler Visits Sababay Winery During Bali Holiday

Robert Johnson Worotikan, one of Indonesia’s most distinguished hospitality professionals, took a holiday in late July 2017 with his family traveling from the USA “back home” to Indonesian to meet with family and friends.

areer bejeweled with senior positions at in leading hotels and resorts worldwide, Robert is a distinguished graduate of the Ivor Spencer International Training School in London. Sealing his stellar reputation, Robert was named International Guild of Professional Butlers as "Butler of the Year” in 2007.

The award is given each year by the International Guild of Professional Butlers to only one butler worldwide and was "created to pay tribute to that person whose expertise and exemplary dedication has enhanced the image of the Private Service profession and his/her professional association; who commands the respect of his/her own colleagues because of character and performance."

Robert, together with his wife Britannia, and children Claudia and Raphael, live in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania where Robert works as Estate Manager at the Blue Elephant Farm owned by Chirsta and Calvin Schmidt.

During his Bali homecoming, Robert and family paid a visit to the Sababay Winery in Gianyar where the Winery’s CEO, Evy Gozali, conducted a private tour and hosted a wine tasting of 6 different wines produced by Bali’s only fair-trade producer of quality wines.

Impressed by the state-of-the-art winery, Robert expressed his admiration for the Winery’s White Velvet in which he denoted the taste of green apples, best-selling Moscato d’Bali and Sababay’s Premium Red.

Always the perfect host, CEO Evy Gozali ordered a special fresh pressing of non-alcoholic pure white grape juice for the youngest member of the Johnson brood.

Shown on Balidiscovery.com are Robert Johnson Worotikan and Evy Gozali holding a bottle of Sababay Ludisia

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