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BALI UPDATE #1093 - 14 August 2017

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Own a Share of an Airline
AirAsia Indonesia poised for IPO before the End of 2017

The Jakarta Post reports that Tony Fernandes, the CEO and co-founder of AirAsia Group, plans to take its Indonesian affiliate public via an IPO later this year.

Fernandes said: "The IPO is hopefully this year. It's based on the growth of AirAsia Indonesia."

Indonesian regulatory authorities require that companies seeking to go public must demonstrate profitability over a specified period of time.

When asked how the proceeds from the planned IPO for AirAsia Indonesia, Fernandes answered, "Buy more planes, basically, and invest in new destinations."

Currently, AirAsia Indonesia is scheduled to take delivery of eight Airbus A320 aircraft and three A330s for use by on its international routes operated by Indonesia AirAsia Indonesia X.


Bali Goes Bollywood
Bali to Host Indian Film Academy Awards in June 2018

Beritabali.com reports that Bali has been chosen as the destination to host the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards to be held in June 2018. The gala annual event of the Indian Film Industry, thousands of international participants and Indian screen artists are expected to travel to Bali to participate in the Indian Film Academy Awards.

A delegation of organizers for the event led by Neeta Malhotra, who is President of the Bali and Indian Friendship Association, met with the Bali Provincial Chief of Police, Dr. Petrus Reinhard Golose, on Monday, August 7, 2017, to discuss the major film event destined for Bali.

The Committee said a number of areas in Bali will be used to stage the IIFA Awards, including Garuda Wisnu Kencana Park (GWK), the Niti Mandala Renon fields, Taman Bhagawan and the Indonesian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) at Nusa Dua.

“As many as 15,000 participants and hundred of Bollywood stars are confirmed to grace this event. Because this event is a prestigious event, we hope that Bali’s Chief of Police will support the IIFA Awards 2018,” said Malhotra.

Inspector of Police General Dr. Golose expressed his appreciation on the selection of Bali for the IIFA Awards 2018, saying he hopes the prestigious award program would help promote Bali tourism.


Tracking the Blue Bird of Happiness
Police Arrest Man and Female Accomplice for Car Jacking of a Blue Bird Taxi

Balipost.com and Radarbali.com report that a Blue Bird Taxi was “car-jacked” at approximately 4:30 am on the morning of Friday. August 11, 2017.

A passenger and his female companion boarded the Blue Bird Taxi driven by Urip Nugroho in the Sunset Road area of Kuta. The passenger told the driver to cruise the area before stopping at Jalan Pura Demak where the male passenger ordered the driver out of the car.

The driver immediately called the Blue Bird Command Center where using GPS technology installed in the taxi, police were able to track the taxi to the Mansion House on Jalan Pura Demak near Café Bibir.

Police discovered that the man who stole the taxi, Karisma Gultom (26), was being sought by police in connection with a series of car thefts in Bali involving private vehicles, online taxis and, most recently, a Blue Bird Taxi.

Police arrested the car thief and his female accomplice at the hotel where he had parked the stolen taxi on a nearby street.


Happening at the Zoo
Bali Zoo Honored for its Commitment to Conservation

The Bali Zoo located in Singapadu, Gianyar, has been named as Indonesia’s Best Conservation Organization for 2017 for success in breeding and releasing endangered species back into the wild.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, Agung Santosa, from The Bali Zoo said: “The achievement (of the award) represents the manifestation of the hard work and commitment of the entire Zoo team who share a love of all our animals."

The award was presented to the Bali Zoo by the Coordinating Minister for the Economy Darmin Nasution and the Minister for the Environment and Forestry Siti Nurbaya at a ceremony marking National Natural Conservation Day at the Baluran National Park in Situbundo on Thursday, August 10, 2017.

Santosa told the press that among the animals successfully bread by The Bali Zoo includes the Silvery Gibbon (Owa Jawa), Bali Starling (Jalak Bali), binturong, and the Benggala Tiger.

The Bali Zoo that covers 10 hectares has also participated in the release back into nature of 10 porcupines in the Tabanan Regency of Bali, turtles onto the beach of Saba in Gianyar, and deer back into the West Bali National Park.

With the Bali Zoo being acknowledged as the Nation’s best conservation agency, the popular Bali destination has pledged to remain steadfast to its motto of “Love, Conserve and Share” as the park propagate and releases even more endangered species back into the wild.

The Bali Zoo is located in Singapadu, Sukawati in Gianyar and is home to some 500 animals originating from Africa, Asia, India, and Indonesia.

A major project underway at the Bali Zoo is the development of “Kampung Sumatra” – a permanent exhibit housing an animal collection from the Indonesian Island of Sumatra that includes Sumatran Tigers and  the endangered Sumatran elephant.


The Governor is Packing Heat
Bali Governor Given Pistol to Enhance Personal Security

Bali’s Governor Made Mangku Pastika is the recipient of a “gift” from the Commander of the Indonesian Armed Forces General Gatot Nurmantyo: A Pindad 3 7.65 caliber pistol capable of firing 20 rounds.

The Head of Bali’s Udayana Military Command, Major General Komaruddin Simanjuntak, presented the weapon to Governor Pastika on behalf of General Nurmantyo on Thursday, August 10, 2017

As reported by NusaBali, the pistol was given to the Governor for self-defense purposes in the course of carrying out his official duties as Bali’s Chief Executive.

During the ceremony at the Udayana Command Headquarters, the Governors of East Nusa Tenggara Frans Lebu Raya and the Governor of West Nusa Tenggara Muhammad Zain Majdi also received gidts of personal side arms.

Major General Simanjuntak said the gift of the pistols to 3 Governors was done on the orders of the Commander of the Indonesian Armed Forces and represented the respect and appreciation held for the 3 provincial heads who recently attended military training exercises on Natuna Island. 

Indonesian law provides that the possession of a pistol for personal protection is given to certain government officials under a 1960 regulation on weaponry. Under the law, specific groups of who are allowed to carry weapons in Indonesia:
  • Members of the Armed Forces and Police
  • Members of PERBAKIN (The Indonesian Association for Target Practice and Hunting)
  • Member of the Public who have undergone a copetenc test for the ownership and use of a weapon.
  • Government officials, including Governors and Bank Officials.
Governor Pastika said he was proud and honored to be allowed to follow military exercises held in May 2017 on Natuna Island and that the gift of the pistol gave momentum to his desire to enhance national defense and express his deep love of Country.

Pastika said specific rules control who can own and carry a weapon in Indonesia. As a graduate of the Indonesian Police Academy in 1974 and a ranking officer in the National Police, Patika  is well trained and experienced in the use of weapons.

Prior to becoming Governor, Made Mangku Pastika earned a reputation as a tough law enforcement officer while serving as the Chief of the Bali Provincial Police and the Head of the National Anti-Narcotics Agency (BPPN).


Sins of the Father?
16-Year-Old Son of Bali Lawmaker Sentenced to 4 Years Prison for Murdering a Military Cadet.

Four young men have been sentenced in the brutal stabbing death of a military cadet, Prada Yanuar Setiawan (20), in South Bali that occurred on Sunday, July 9, 2017.

The stiffest sentence of four years in prison was given to Dewa Komang Derdy Anthoni (shown) - the 16-year-old son of a PDIP member of the Bali Provincial House of Representatives (DPRD), Dewa Nyoman Rai Adi.

Three other young men, identified only by initials, who participated in the street fight were given lighter sentences. CI's(16) sentence of 3.5 years was comprised of 1.5 years in jail for acting as an accomplice in attacking the dead soldier and a further 2 years of prison for injuring Setiawan’s friend, Muhamad Jauhari.

KCA (16) and KTS (17) were found guilty of beating Muhamad Jauhari and given 9-month sentence.

The sentences handed down by the Court were less than that sought by State Prosecutors who demanded 5.5 years of imprisonment for Dewa Komang Derdy Anthoni, 5 years across two criminal counts for CI, and 1 year prison each for KCA and KTS.

Dewa Komang Derdy Anthoni, as a minor, will be moved from Bali’s Kerobokan Prison to a special detention facility for children in Karangasem.

Both the prosecutors and the 4 sentenced to prison have a limited window of time to appeal the sentence handed down by the court.

As reported by NusaBali, lawmaker Dewa Rai did not attend the sentencing of his murderous son with the 16-year-old accompanied only by an older brother at the proceeding.. Press reports say members of the Armed Forces and the Udayana Military Command attended the Court in a case that cost the life of a fellow-soldier.

The Court heard how Dewa Komang Derdy Anthoni together with 7 friends – all members of the “Remang Boy Gang” spent the night of Saturday, July 8, 2017, drinking at a bar in Kuta before adjourning to other bars after midnight.

Drunk and driving badly on Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai in Jimbaran, the members of the Gang became indignant when scolded by Setiawan for weaving in and out of traffic. The gang drove ahead and lay in wait to launch a retaliatory physical attack at the three-way intersection for Taman Griya in Jimbaran. They then pursued Prada Yanuar and his friends to a location in front of the Sabargita Bus Halte in Jimbaran.

In the resulting altercation, Anthoni used a knife he was carrying to fatally stab Yanuar.

In a final act of drunken anger, CI reportedly urinated onto the face of the fatally injured young soldier before departing the scene.

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Bali Governor Declares Island in a ‘Drug Emergency'
Pastika: Official Estimate of 62,457 Drug Abusers in Bali ‘Just the Tip of the Iceberg'

Experts estimate that 2.02% of the people living in Bali, a number equal to 62,457 in 2016, are actively abusing drugs.

As reported by NusaBali, Bali’s Governor Made Mangku Pastika has declared that the Island of Bali is in a state of a narcotics emergency, with the reported number of drug abusers being “just the tip of the iceberg” and that the actual number of victims perhaps 3 or 4 times more than the reported number.

Speaking at a meeting on facilities to prevent the misuse of narcotics held at the House of Representatives on Monday, August 7, 2017, Governor Pastika said the abuse of drugs on Bali had now entered an emergency phase with drug abuse now affecting even remote villages.

To support the war on drugs, the Province is now considering local regulations to combat illicit narcotics use.


A Ruin of Rukos
Around 30 Local Businesses to Move to Make Way for New Underpass at Entrance to Bali Ngurah Rai Airport

The Badung Regency Department of Public Works is hurriedly finalizing the clearance of 32 private property certificates needed to move ahead with plans to build an underpass at the entrance to Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport.

Many of the 32 parcels of land to be acquired for the underpass project are the locations currently occupied by small shops (Ruko).

As reported by BaliPost.com, once copies of all the needed land certificates are in hand, the public consultation and tendering process of negotiating final prices to be paid to the land owners will begin in earnest.

The Government has mandated that the underpass must be completed before October 2018, in time for a major International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank conferences scheduled for Bali.

Rp. 85 billion has been allocated for land acquisition.

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Oh! Calcutta
AirAsia to Add Flight from Indonesia to Calcutta, India Before End of 2017

Kompas.com reports that following the inauguration of flight service between Jakarta and Macau, AirAsia is planning to provide a direct flight service between Indonesia and Calcutta before the end of 2017.

The CEO of the AirAsia Group for Indonesia, Dendy Kurniawan, revealed plans for an Indian service saying: “We have just received approvals from the Indian and Indonesian Governments. We will (therefore) fly to Calcutta. Calcutta is the second city we will serve in India following the May 19, 2017, launch of the daily Bali-Mumbai service.

Kurniawan’s comments were made at the inauguration of the new Jakarta-Macau service held in Jakarta.

AirAsia Group Indonesia’s CEO said the two services from Indonesia to India for part of expansion plans for AirAsia. He said the new flight to Calcutta would commence in November or December. Adding, “We’ll see if the flight (to Calcutta) will fly from Jakarta or Denpasar.

The new flight to Calcutta will be flown with Airbus A320 aircraft configured to carry 180 passengers.


What Rules?
Villages in Tejakula, North Bali Claim Tourist Accommodation Project Violates Zoning Laws and Has No Building Permit.

A number of residents from the North Bali Villa of Tejakula in Buleleng are complaining about the construction of tourism accommodation that violates setback rules stipulated in the Province's Zoning Regulations of 2009.

The State News Agency Antara quoted a local villager, Gede Sumendra, who said, “I am disappointed because the building clearly violates rules on set back from the high water mark.”

Moreover, according to Sumendra, the tourist accommodation has never received a building permit (IMB) that, according to the law, should be approved and in hand before construction is commenced.

Villages are also upset with the way land was excavated by the building’s owner.

While the accommodation owner insists he purchased the land used by the buildings from two men identified as Wayan Sena and Nyoman Simpen, local villagers take issue  But, because the land used by the building stands in the right-of-way of 100-meters from the high water mark, the land is owned by the State and, as such, cannot be sold or purchased

In the meantime, Commission I of the Buleleng House of Representatives (DPRD-Buleleng) has visited the location used by the tourism accommodation to investigate complaints received from the public

A member of Commission I, Dewa Putu Cakra, told the press that the accusations of violating zoning and other rules must be addressed and clarified before the project can proceed.


The Battle Ahead
Head of the Indonesian Armed Forces, General Gatot Nurmantio, Warns the Nation Faces Many Challenges Due to Unequalled Global Change.

Beritadewata.com reports that the Commander of the Indonesian Armed Force (Panglima TNI), Gatot Nurmantio, speaking in Bali on Friday, August 5, 2017, used the occasion to sound a warning of the dangers of National Disintegration.

In an oration delivered at a Front for National Defense (FBN) gathering  at Taman Bhagawan on Tanjung Benoa, the High Commander of the Indonesian Armed Forces delivered the stern warning that the Indonesian public must be on guard in the face of a number of global challenges. “In the contexts of global competition, Indonesia must be alert and takes steps in order to win. If we are not fully aware of these challenges, Indonesia will lose,” warned the General.

Continuing, the Supreme Commander said one of the challenges Indonesia faces is the unprecedented level of global population growth. In making his point, the General cited the 18th Century works of Rev, Thomas Robert Malthus who warned of the grave consequence of uncontrolled population growth in the face of limited food, energy, and natural resources.

Painting a stark picture of the future, General Nurmantio said that unless population growth is brought under control, the world would be forced to "resort to cannibalism"  Underlining his argument, the General said that in the year 1800 the population of the planet was 1 billion. It took another 130 years to add a further 1 billion and only 30 years after that to add 1 billion more, bringing the world’s population to 3 billion in 1960. The next billion, bringing the population to 4 billion, happened in 1975, supplemented by another 1 billion to 5 billion in  another 12 years (1987). The next billion arrived just 10 years later (1997) for a total of 6 billion. Now, in 2017, the population of the world has hit a staggering 7.5 billion.

The General warned that the world has long surpassed its carrying capacity with 41 thousand children now dying each day due to disease and starvation. Meanwhile, fossil fuels are now coming to their end. As a result, Nurmantio predicted that populations would gradually  shift to ASEAN, Central Africa, and Latin America in search of dwindling supplies of food and energy.

Additiionally, the technological revolution brought on by the computer age, Nurmantio warned, will result in growing unemployment.

In the near future, he said wars will be fought over energy resources and water.

The Indonesian Military Commander warned that the changing global situation would be acutely felt in Indonesia. As an equatorial nation, Indonesia has tremendous vegetation, the second largest shoreline in the world, vast ocean resources, and vast jungles. He said that in the future people would migrate to Indonesia in search of water, food, and energy.

Finally, he warned that Indonesia must anticipate the future by enhancing its nationalistic spirit, patriotism, and national unity and oppose any effort to displace the national commitment to Pancasila.


When Dogs Go Viral
Rabid Dog Attacks Two Residents in Tegalalang, Gianyar, Bali. Victim Told No Stock of Anti-Rabies Serum Available.

Two Keliki Village, Tegalalang, Gianyar residents are now waiting anti-viral treatment for rabies after being attacked by a dog confirmed positive for the disease.

I Made Murjana (47) and his sister, Ni Ketut Jani (43) were bitten by their neighbor's pet on the morning of Saturday, August 5, 2017.

NusaBali reports that Ni Ketut Jani was bitten in her yard at 7:00 am by a dog owned by a neighbor, I Ketut Punduh.

The dog reportedly went berserk and attacked without any provocation Ni Ketut Janu who was sweeping her yard when the dog bit her in the left calf and left hand. The woman screamed for assistance, waking her entire household in the process. Her elder brother managed to shoo the animal out of the yard.

Murjana went next door to his neighbor, I Ketut Punduh, to inform him that his pet was on the rampage. However, when Murjana arrived at the entrance of his neighbor’s house the crazed dog lay in wait and leaped T Maurjana inflicting bites onto the man’s nose and hand. “I tried to grab the dog by the neck, without success,” explained Murjana who works as an egg vendor.

The neighbor and owner of the dog, Ketut Punduh, immediately took responsibility for the attack and brought the two dog-bite victims for medical treatment and gave his neighbors Rp. 1 million as compensation for further medical costs.

Maujana said he tried to return the money, but his neighbor Ketut Punduh and the owner of the dog refused to accept the money.

Punduh’s dog was immediately eliminated by villagers following the attack. When the dog’s brain tissue was clinically examined, it was declared positive for rabies. Member of Gianyar’s Livestock and Animal Health division descended on the Village eliminating 20 free roaming dogs in the Village of Keliki on Monday, August 7, 2017, two days after the attack.

While Ni Ketut Jani has reportedly received anti-rabies serum treatment, but her brother Murjana is reportedly being told by health department officials that there is no further supply of Anti-viral serum available anywhere at this time.


Water Not Fit for Washing
The Waters of Bali’s Lake Batur Labeled a Threat to Public Health

The Bangli Environmental Agency has officially classified the water quality of Bali’s iconic Lake Batur as Class IV – a level unsuitable for human consumption.

The lowest classification possible, Class IV water can only be used for the irrigation of farmland.

As reported by NusaBali, the grim situation of water in the volcanic late is made direr by the shallowness of the lake that has lost an estimated 5 meters of depth.

The report on the water condition at Lake Batur was announced by the Head of the Bangli Head of the Environmental Agency, Ida Ayu Yudi Sutha, in an interview on Wednesday, August 9, 2017.

She explained that the Government uses four categories for water classification:
  • Class I – Water suitable for eventual consumption by human beings.
  • Class II – Water suitable for recreational water sports, the cultivation of fresh water fish, for watering livestock and the irrigation of crops.
  • Class III – Water suitable for the cultivation of fresh water fish, and agricultural irrigation.
  • Class IV – Water suitable only for crop irrigation.
Dayu Yudi said: “Based on observations made at Lake Batur on July 19, 2017, the water of Lake Batur has been given a Class IV status that is suitable only for the irrigation of agricultural lands.”

Officials blame the high level of pollution in Lake Batur on a number of factors, including pesticides used on surrounding agricultural lands; sedimentation caused by erosion of the lake’s shorelines; the accumulation of fecal waste from fish;  the and the accumulation of unconsumed fish food decomposing on the bottom of the lake.

As the result of pollution and sedimentation, the lake that once had a maximum depth of 74 meters is now measured at 69 meters – a loss of 5 meters of water depth.

The Government is now intensively seeking ways to restore biological balance to Lake Batur. Steps underway include persuading farmers living near the lake to stop using pesticides and switching to organic fertilizers. Weeds growing in the shallows of the lake are also actively being removed from the waters.


Missing Momentarily at Sea
Three Foreign Tourist Spend Night on Seashore Rocks Waiting for Rescue During a Snorkeling Outing Gone Wrong

Three foreign tourists narrowly escaped death while trying to capture fish with spear guns snorkeling off Atuh Beach at Nusa Penida on Tuesday, August 8, 2017.

NusaBali says that three snorkelers were carried away by large waves and heavy currents before eventually making a safe landing ashore later by swimming to a nearby island.

The three divers were identified as Devin Grey (39) of South Africa; Daniel Anderson (21) from Denmark; and Sean Sutton (22) from South Africa. The three men were stranded on the small island for 17 hours, waiting for daylight on Wednesday morning for rescue.

One of the snorkelers, Daniel Anderson, suffered a serious wound to his back when large waves and currents tossed the man against a coral reef.

At sunrise, around 6:00 am on Wednesday, a combined team from the National Search and Rescue Agency (BASARNAS), Police, Armed Forces, and the Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD) were able to descend to beneath a high cliff where the three were sheltering, managing to bring all three to top of the cliff at 8:40 am.


Where’s My Weapon?
Mystery Surrounds Beating of Bali Policeman Who Lost His Rifle While Guarding a 5-Star Hotel

More questions than answers surround reports of an attack on a member of the Bali Police Mobile Brigade (Brimob) that took place in the parking lot of the AYANA Resort Bali at mid-day on Tuesday, August 8, 2017.

Balipost.com report that Brigadier Ida Bagus Suda Suwarna who was on guard duty at the Resort was found unconscious in the parking lot. When discovered by a member of the Hotel’s security team, the policeman had suffered a number of head wounds and was vomiting blood. His rifle and ammunition were missing.

A policeman told Balipost.com that Suwarna and Karang Emas Residen, a security guard, had taken their lunch at the adjoining Rimba Resort at 11:00 am. After finishing lunch at the canteen, Suwarna was carrying his rifle as he stopped at a restroom on the way back to his post at the AYANA.

What happened next is unclear. A short time later a dazed and semi-conscious Suwarna, with head wounds and vomiting blood, was found sitting on a curbside. His weapon and ammunition were missing.

During the course of interviews and a re-enactment of the event, Suwarna’s description of the attack and his attackers reoeatedly changed. An initial report that he was attacked by three “Middle Eastern looking” men has now been largely discounted by investigators.

Police continue to investigate the attack.


On Your Mark, Get Set . . .
Maybank Bali Marathon 2017 Introduces New Race Concepts

Maybank Indonesia has announced their final preparations for the Maybank Bali Marathon 2017 (MBM) that will take place on Sunday, August 27, 2017.

Some 9.000 participants have already registered to run in the Marathon including participants from Indonesia, Kenya, Ethiopia, and the USA, Europe, Australia and a number of Southeast Asian nations.

Of the 9,000 runners expected to participate, 2,500 will follow the full-marathon covering a distance of 42-kilometers. 200 of those following the Olympic distance event hail from overseas.

Meanwhile, 3,500 runners, including 400 foreign athletes, will follow the half-marathon using a racecourse of 21-kilometers.

The remaining 3,000 athletes will participate in a 10-kilometers event.

In all, the 9,000 participants represent a 20% increase from the 7,500 athletes who participated in the 2016 Maybank Marathon in Bali.

Registration for MBM 2017 took place at a record pace with all public race slots filled only 3 day after registration opened.

Sub-events that will return to MBM 2017 include a children’s sprint (52 participants) and a Wheelchair Event of 10-kilometers (50 participants).

In order to ensure a smooth running race, organizers have fine-tuned starting times and the staging of racer in each category that will see faster  unners placed at the front of the each pack.

The number of race marshals will be more than doubled for the 2017 race over a new route that will pass through several metropolitan areas.

New Routes

MBM 2017 will pass through two Bali regencies in Bali  – Gianyar and Klungkung, The main race categories have been certified by the Association of International Marathons and Distance Races (AIMS) and the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).

Race Pack Collection

While past Bali Marathons saw race pack collection and final registration in a hotel setting, MBM 2017 race pack collection will take place in the open air at Taman Bhagawan in Tanjung Benoa, South Bali.

Race Tracking

Bringing back an innovation introduced in 2016, a Smartphone application of “Event Tracking Maybank Bali Marathon” and MyLaps will be in use for the 2017 event. Using GPS technology that works on Android and iOS systems, the location of runners can be tracked in real time from start to finish.

Prizes

MBM 2017 is offering total prize money exceeding Rp. 2 billion to be shared across 86 categories of winners.

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It’s a Wonderful Indonesia
Bali Sababay Winery Enters into Co-Branding Agreement with Tourism Ministry’s ‘Wonderful Indonesia’ Campaign

The Jakarta Post reports that Bali-based Sababay Winery has entered into a co-branding deal with the Indonesian Tourism Ministry that will see the award-winning fair-trade Bali winery promote the “Wonderful Indonesia” campaign on its product labeling.

“Sababay Wine is an Indonesian product made using local ingredients and authentic process. The products have made inroads into the national and international market; it’s very fitting for Wonderful Indonesia [tourism brand] to be put on each of their products,” said Esthy Reko Astuti, the Tourism Ministry's Archipelago Marketing Development deputy.

Wonderful Indonesia” - the successful branding campaign of the Tourism Ministry is now ranked 47th among global destination marketing programs, beating out the competing destination of Thailand (Amazing Thailand) and Malaysia (Truly Asia), that rank 83rd and 97th, respectively.

Sababay Winery and its rapidly expanding product line has won honors at international wine shows.

“Sababay Wine is available in several retail stores, hotels, restaurants, and cafes in Jakarta and Bali. It recently has managed to enter Medan and Lombok. Up next is Yogyakarta, but we’re still looking for sub-distributors,” said Sababay Industry CEO Evy Gozali.

Primarily using Bali grape varietals of alphonse lavalle (red grapes) and moscato (green grapes), the company produces 500,000 bottles each month over a product range of six types of wine. New wine products are currently being fermented for launch in the near future.

The Ministry of Tourism co-branding project of “Wonderful Indonesia” has also joined forces with other local brands that include Alleira Batik and Gaia, Bon Gout, Polygon Achilles, Garuda Food, Sahid Group, Tiket.com, Sunpride, Sarinah, Sekar Group, Krisna Oleh-Oleh, Secret Garden, Martha Tilaar, Malang Strudle and Batik Trusmi.

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C.O.D. = Caught on Delivery
American Tourist Arrested Receiving Parcel Containing Hashish at the Bali Post Office

Beritabali.com reports that the National Anti-Narcotics Agency (BNNP) have arrested a 32-year-old American tourist, identified only by the initials CB, caught in the process of receiving delivery of a shipment of hashish sent from Holland at the Sunset Road Post Office in Kuta on Tuesday, August 1, 2017.

Two days earlier, the Sunset Road Postal Facility received four suspicious postal packages sent from Columbia, Holland, and Poland.

Postal inspectors sent the four packages to the police forensic laboratory that confirmed  the parcel sent from Holland contained 5.71 grams of hashish. The remaining three parcels tested negatively for any banned substance.

BNNP enforcement officers immediately placed the Post Office under surveillance waiting to see who came to pick up the parcel containing narcotics. A short time later, the American tourist, CB, came to pick up the four packages all addressed to him.

Police took the American and his parcels into custody while their official investigation continues.


Keeping Bali’s Buses on the Road.
Trans Sabargita Bus System Seeking to Reduce Costs and Increase Passenger Loads

Due to the high cost of maintaining the Trans Sabargita Bus System, the Head of the system, I Nyoman Sunarya, has advanced steps in the works to improve efficiency on Bali’s Public Bus system that he hopes will not reduce service to the public.

The Trans Sabargita Bus System  was introduced on August 17, 2011, has yet to be maximized in terms of service and financial returns.

As reported by Bisnis Bali, Nyoman Sunarya, the Chief of the bus system said only 5 bus corridors of the 17 planned are now in operation, a fact that has reduced the planned connectivity needed to spark strong public demand for the mass transit system.

Despite the many failings of the Trans Sabargita system, the number of passengers using the buses increases on a year-by-year basis.

Currently, the Province of Bali covers 70% of the total cost of operating the Trans Sabargita Mass Transit System. The cost of the subsidy paid by the Province has decreased from Rp. 8 billion in 2014 to Rp. 6 billion in 2016. Accordingly, the income generated by the bus system has increased from Rp. 2.6 billion in 2015 to Rp. 2.7 billion in 2016.

While the public impression is that the Trans Sarbagita System carries very few passengers, the reality is that the average load factor of the mass transit system has reached 30%.

Among steps to achieve cost efficiency Trans Sabargita are plans to reduce buses operating outside the peak usage hours of 6:30-10:00 am.

Sabargita
manages the main corridors of Denpasar-GWK and Batu Bulan-NusaDua. The remaining Trans Sabargita routes are operated by Damri.

Officials claim succcess in the fact that the Trans Sabargita system has reduced the use of private vehicles and fuel consumption in Bali.

The Trans Sabargita Chief says regulatory support from the government  is needed to increase the use of the bus system, perhaps emulating the “3 in 1” program in place in Indonesia’s capital of Jakarta.


Bali Nature
‘Bali Nature” - Solo Art Exhibition by Willem Kerseboom at ‘The Gallery’ at Maya Sanur Resort and Spa Through October 6, 2017

Born in Holland in 1948, Dutch artist and art educator Willem Kerseboom initially studied dentistry at Utrecht University where he graduated in 1975 before embarking on a 17-year-long career as a dentist, only changing professions and becoming an art dealer in 1992. The founder of the AFA Art Fair in Den Bosch until 2008, he undertook additional education at AIS (Amsterdam Institut voor de Schilderkunst) 2000 – 2004 before studying philosophy at UVA Amsterdam from 2004 – 20007.

This Dutch artist has experienced a growing affection of the Island of Bali reflected in his painting and solo exhibitions held in Bali. These paintings have depicted tropical landscapes and the natural beauty that surrounds him and experienced whenever he is at his North Bali studio. Addicted to the colors he sees in Bali, he delights in undertaking abstract and exaggerated renditions of the colors of the Island.

Art critic Richard Horstman described Kerseboom’s work, saying: “Bright yellows contrast with blues, while reds collide with verdant greens, purple confronts orange. Shimmering and vibrating, an orgy of color performs before our eyes. Kerseboom’s use of darker blues and greens, however, add conflict, triggering emotional responses. His brushstrokes are a mix of the subtle, along with the bold.” Adding, “Kerseboom’s daring Bali landscapes seem to melt and dance, bathed in delicious light.”

Bali Nature
A Solo Exhibition of Paintings by Willem Kerseboom
Through October 6, 2017
Open Daily 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
The Gallery -  Maya Sanur Resort & Spa
Jalan Danau Tamblingan
Sanur, Bali

For more information Email 


The Unseen Danger of Using Plastic Bags
A 2009 Government Warning on the Danger of Reusing Plastic Bags Remains Relevant Today

in 2009, the Indonesia Agency for Medicine and Food Monitoring issued a public warning on the use of the ubiquitous plastic bags distributed by restaurants and shops across the nation.

That warning remains timely today and reminds the public of a public health threat that might otherwise be ignored.

The Warning (Nomor KH.00.002.1.55.2890) and dated 14 July 2009 warned:
  • The disposable plastic bags, especially those that are black, are recycled and reused for the transport of food items.
  • In the reuse of these black plastic bags, it is not clear what exactly is the bag's history of prior use. It is not impossible that the bag used to carry a takeaway meal or food items bought at the market may have been used in the past to carry pesticides, medical waste, animal and human wastes, heavy metal wastes, and for other indeterminate uses.
  • These bags are also often used to transport chemicals that may pose a health threat if use subsequently to carry food.
Therefore, never accept a reuseable plastic bags to transport ready-to-eat food.


Frugivorous Festivities
Bali Zoo Celebrates World Elephant Day with a Buffet of Exotic Frui

The Bali Zoo in Singapadu, Gianyar, Bali celebrated “World Elephant Day” on Saturday, August 12, 2017, with the 10 Sumatran Elephants living at the Zoo joining in the party.

In lieu of a birthday cake, the 10 elephants were treated to a 600-kilogram feast of tropical fruits.

As reported by Beritabali.com, the party took place at the newly constructed “Kampung Sumatera” where the gathering of one male and 9 female pachyderms feasted avidly on the delicious buffet of fruits displayed on a 10-meter long table.

While the elephants’ diet at Bali Zoo regularly contains fruits, the fruits given on “World Elephant Day” contained special items such as pineapples, papayas, watermelons and yellow coconuts.

Both domestic and foreign tourists attending the ceremony took part in dividing the fruit among the appreciative herd of elephants.

The head of Public Relations for The Bali Zoo, Emma Chandra, said: “The celebration of ‘World Elephant Day’ is intended to increase public awareness and concern for the shrinking population of wild elephants.”


Play Golf Like a 3-Year-Old!
Bali National Golf Club 3rd Anniversary Golf Tournament – Saturday, September 16, 2017

Celebrating its 3rd anniversary with the theme “3 Years and Forever to Go!” – the Bali National Golf Course will hold a golf tournament on Saturday, September 16, 2017,

Shotgun starts at 7:00 am and 1:00 pm will see the limited number of players vie for a ‘Hole in One’ cash prize of Rp. 300 million and other prizes including flight tickets to Europe, a range of electronic gadgets, and luxury stays at hotels and villas.

A registration fee of Rp. 900,000 for Club Members, Rp. 1,5 million for members guests and Rp. 2.1 million for non-members includes entry to the tournament, golf fee, golf shirt, golf cap, goody bag, light breakfast or light lunch, anniversary dinner and the lucky draw.

Early bird registration before August 18th for non-members are available for Rp. 1.8 million while non-golfers wishing to join the gala dinner are priced at Rp. 500,000 each.

To register send an Email  or telephone ++62-(0)361 771 791.

Registration closes on September 10th or when all playing slots are filled, whichever comes first.


Saturday Night at the Movies!
Classic Movies on the Beach at the Ayodya Resort Bali Every Saturday Night

In many places around the world, Saturday nights are set aside for a trip to Cinema with family and friends to enjoy. Seeking to sustain this great tradition the Ayodya Resort Bali has launched its “Movie Night” on every Saturday showing outstanding classic motion pictures.

Movie Schedule
  • 19 August - Dr. Strangelove (1965)
  • 26 August -  Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
  • 02 September - M*A*S*H* (1970)
Admission is free of charge for the film that starts at 8:00 pm at the Ayodya Beach Club. Food and drinks service are available all day long at the Club.

Come early to enjoy the food while staking out a beanbag chair near the screen!

For reservations or more information Email or telephone +62-(0)361-771102.


 
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