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BALI UPDATE #1101 - 09 October 2017

IN THIS UPDATE


Help Only to Those in Need
Bali Governor Urges Those from ĎSafe Villagesí Staying in Evacuee Camps to Rent a Hotel Room

RadarBali.com reports that there are indications that Bali’s Governor Made Mangku Pastika’s patience may be at an end with evacuees who fled villages not under threat from a Mt. Agung eruption.

During an emergency coordination meeting for responders and experts on the continuing volcano alert for Mount Agung held at the Tanah Ampo Port in Karangasem on Friday, September 29, 2017, the Governor complained that residents from 51 villages considered outside the “danger zone” have also joined the exodus to temporary camps. This overreaction has put an unnecessary strain on efforts to meet the needs of those who have taken refuge from villages officially considered to be under threat from any potential eruption.

Expressing his frustration and urging people not from villages under threat to leave the temporary camps, Pastika said: “If the residents of the 51 safe villages don’t want to return to their homes in Karangasem, that’s not a problem. If they feel they have friends in Denpasar (where they can stay) then that’s all right. The rich ones should feel free to rent a hotel room. Go ahead, it’s not a problem.”

To the residents of the 27 villages officially declared at threat the Governor urged then, rich or poor, to remain in the temporary camps. “No one forced them to become evacuees. Many who have the money have contracted a house in Denpasar. The main point is we are only helping the evacuees who need our financial help,” said Pastika.

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Information You Can Trust
Ministry of Tourism Establishes Hospitality Task Force to Keep Public Fully Informed on Mount Agung

A Bali Tourism Hospitality Task Force has been formed to fill the role of providing accurate and reliably sourced information on developments impacting on tourism as the leading sector of the Balinese economy.

Established initially to meet the pressing need for reliable reports in connection with potential threat posed by the sudden increase in volcanic activity on Mount Agung, the Task Force operates under the auspices of Indonesian Ministry of Tourism with the head of Bali’s Provincial Tourism Office, AA Yuniartha, serving as ex officio chairman and the head of the Bali Tourism Board, Ida Bagus Agung Partha Adnyana acting as vice chairman.

In order to facilitate access on the broadest possible basis among tourism stakeholders, the Bali Task Force members are drawn from all tourism organizations, major government agencies and key players in the Island’s robust tourism industry.

The Bali Tourism Hospitality Task Force has been set up to operate with three divisions: a division for institutional partnerships among public and private sector players spearheaded by the Bali Hotel Association (BHA) and the Bali Chapter of the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI); a second division providing assistance to travelers led by members of the Association of Indonesian Tour and Travel Agencies (ASITA); and a Media Center coordinated under the leadership of the Bali Tourism Institute (Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata).

Working to become fully operational by mid-October 2017 including a fully functional web and social media presence, a Media Center is being set up to handle the flood of enquiries from the international media and the public on the latest developments from volcanic Mount Agung.

The formation meeting for the Bali Hospitality Task Force was held on October 3, 2017 at Bali’s Regional Tourism Office that was opened by Bali’s Governor Made Mangku Pastika. Pastika called on the task force to spread news on Mt. Agung that is objective and accurate. Guaranteeing that the areas in direct danger of an eruption have been evacuated with evacuees being cared for by the government in temporary camps located at professionally staffed command posts. If, in fact, Mount Agung does erupt in the near term, any damage is expected to be limited to an area within a 12-kilometer radius of Mt. Agung’s peak – an area far removed from the major tourism areas in Bali’s South some 60 kilometers away. At the same time, officials remain optimistic that any volcanic dust created by a Mt. Agung eruption will have a limited impact on the operation of Bali’s Airport, with detailed contingency plans in place in all areas to ensure the safety of all Bali visitors.

The Task Force Media Center is located at the Bali Tourism Board office at Jalan Raya Puputan No.41, Renon in Denpasar.
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Unfounded Panic Causing Some Holiday Cancellations
Tourism Minister Says Cancellations to Bali Running at 20-30% Due to Concern Over Mount Agung

After insisting just a week before that airline, hotels and attractions in Bali were not affected by cancellations connected to raised alert levels for volcanic Mount Agung, Indonesia’s Minister of Tourism has now admitted to Kompas.com that cancellations are running at levels of 20-30% or around 60,000 international tourists during the current month.

“For tourism. Maybe we must now mention (cancelations). There are cancellations, but the precise number is unknown, perhaps 20-30%,” said Minister Arief Yahya in Jakarta on Wednesday, October 4, 2017.

Yahya said that an average 15,000 foreign tourists arrive in Bali every day with an overall average length of stay of four days.

The Ministe estimates, base on an average length-of-stay of 4 days and that some 60,000 foreign tourists are on the island at any one time. As explained by the Minister, the calculation is arrived at by multiplying 15,000 arrivals by the length of stay (4 days).

The Minister says it is difficult to identify the number of cancellations of individual travel programs to Bali due to a lack of concrete data, compelling him to try to extrapolate his own assessment based on average arrivals and average length of stay.

He therefore estimates that 20-30% of trips planned for Bali are bring cancelled.

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Wedding of the Apes
Indonesian Celebrity Luna Maya and Bali Zoo Criticized for Failing to Protect Interest of Endangered Orangutan

Indonesian actress and singing celebrity Luna Maya is receiving a maelstrom of criticism from environmental and animal right activists following the publication of a photo shoot for an Indonesian bridal magazine in which she appears on camera with an orangutan from the Bali Zoo.

As reported by Kompas.com, the photo session took place at The Sanctoo Villa & Spa in Gianyar on April 25, 2017.

In reference to a posting on Instagram, Jamartin Sihite a director of the Borneo Orangutan Foundation (BOSF) said on Wednesday, October 4, 2017: “The Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOS) is very disappointed with this posting. The orangutan is an endangered animal species and is protected under the law. It is not acceptable that an orangutan is used in this way, promoted as a household pet or as a toy.”

Continuing, Sihite said: “Luna Maya is a public figure who should help promote public concern on matters of international and national concern such as the protection of orangutans via social media.”

Kompas.com says the orangutan used in the photo shoot for the publication Her Bridal World came from the Bali Zoo in Singapdu  Bali.


Reigning in Unjustified Fear
Bali Governor Calls on Consulates to Assure the World Bali Remains Safe for Tourist Visitors

Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika met on Wednesday, October 4, 2017, with representatives from 35 foreign consulates in Bali to discuss the continuing situation on volcanic Mount Agung.

Beritabali.com reports that the Governor told the foreign legates that visitors to Bali do not need to worry about the conditions on Mount Agung. He said that in the event of an eruption of Mount Agung only 28 villagers in the Regency of Karangasem living in the foothills surrounding the mountain are considered in danger. All the residents of these communities have been evacuated to temporary evacuee centers until the condition subsides.

The government has identified a radius of 12-kilometers from the mountain’s peak as areas that need to be evacuated.

Separately, the Governor has emphasized that the densely populated tourist areas of Bali and the Island’s airport are some 60-kilometers to the south of Mt. Agung – well removed from any region considered under threat from an eruption.

Underlining the limited scope of any threat, the Governor said popular tourist areas such as Candidasa and to the South of Mt. Agung, are in an area deemed safe for tourist activities. Even further to the south, Denpasar, Sanur, Nusa Dua, and Kuta are not in harms way from an eruption.

And, in any case, the Governor said all major departments of the national and provincial governments have put in place contingency plans that contemplate every scenario in the event of an eruption. The Governor is certain that there will be no loss of life from any eruption providing people avoid the 12-kilometer “no go” zone.

The Governor said plans are also in place in the event volcanic ash causes a temporary closing of Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport, including land transportation from Bali to the nearest operating airport.

Pastika is calling for the media only to reference reliable sources in reporting on Mount Agung. He bemoaned that a large amount of unreliable information about the mountain being posted on the Internet. He urged the international community not to worry unduly about the safety of visiting Bali.

The governor asked that countries issuing travel warnings about Bali should rescind those warnings as Bali remains safe for travel.


Silent Majesty
The Lights are Out at Baliís Most Sacred Temple of Besakih

NusaBali reports that while no one is allowed to enter the Besakih Temple on the slopes of volcanic Mount Agung except to pray, the Bali Police Command has stationed 52 officers to protect Bali’s most sacred temple until the current increase in volcanic activity abates.

The temple is off-limits to tourists while the “Level IV” warning is in place and guarded by police working in three shifts.

A company of police from the Mobile Brigade (Brimob) of the Bali police is fully armed to protect both the temple and the abandoned homes of people living near the temple.

While many villagers return to check on their homes and belonging during daylight hours, all return to temporary evacuation camps outside the danger zone after dark, when police intensify their patrols of the area.

Local businesses are now shuttered with the surrounding community resembling a ghost town. At night, homes and business normally lit up by lighting now sit in complete darkness.


Site & Safety Check by Tourism Minister
Tourism Minister Visits Karangasem as Tourism Activities Continues in Both Karangasem Regency and Entire Bali Despite Volcano Alert for Mount Agung

On Thursday, October 5, 2017, Indonesia’s Minister of Tourism, Arief Yahya, visited Bali to review safeguards in place for visiting tourists during the current period of increased alert levels for volcanic Mount Agung.

Upon arrival in Bali, the Minister travelled the more than 60 kilometers from Bali’s airport to tourism objects in the Regency of Karangasem, the regency which is home to volcanic Mount Agung and a large number of tourism objects located outside the limited “danger zones” demarcated within a 12-kilometer radius of Mt. Agung’s peak.

During his whirlwind visit to Karangasem, Minister Yahya met with tourism operators and members of the mass media. In Karangasem, the Minister encountered and spoke with a number of tourists enjoying their holidays in the Regency. The Minister personally thanked the visitors for understanding how safe it is to holiday in Bali and the Regency of Karangasem during the current period of heightened volcanic activity.

Reviewing the threat posed by Mt. Agung and how any danger has been mitigated through careful planning by a number of official agencies, the Minister met with, among others, officials of the Central for Volcanic Geological Disaster Mitigation (PVMBG), the National Search and Rescue Agency (Basarnas), the Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB), and the administration of the Karangasem Regency.

Minister Yahya told the press that in the current situation that anticipates an eruption of Mount Agung, the tourism sector is focusing on “The Three A’s” - maintaining accessibility, amenities, and attractions.

Accessibility is being preserved and safeguarded through coordination with land transportation providers, the Ministry of Transportation, the regional transpiration authority, the state-owned airport authority company Angkasa Pura, airlines, airport management and seaport authorities.

Amenity support is being promulgated through coordinating efforts with the tourism sector, such as the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI), in order to promote special offers, discount prices to visit local tourist attractions, free local transportation offers, and travel bonuses such as free health checks.

Tourist attraction enticements include presenting special entertainment programs and information on alternative tourism destinations.

During the Minister’s visit, the Bali chapter of the Association of Recreational Parks (DPD PUTRI) announced it is staging “Gebyar Wisata 2017” (A Tourism Spectacular) October 6-8, 2017 at the Beachwalk Mall in Kuta with 16 PUTRI members slated to participate. The organizers are championing the 3-day event as further proof that Bali remains a very safe tourism destination.

On October 15, 2017, the 10th Herbalife Bali Triathlon will be held on Sanur Beach Bali with 2000 athletes registered to join in the Olympic Distance, Sprint Distance and 5-kilometer fun run representing more than 22 countries.
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The Media Center of the Bali Tourism Hospitality Task Force has been established and will be regularly publishing accurate updates on developments on Mount Agung and how major tourism centers are very well removed from any direct threat of a volcanic eruption.


Rabies Death Reported in Buleleng
Hospital Officials Blame Rabies in the Death of a North Bali Man

Ketut Restiada, a 32-year-old man from the Village of Bebetin, Buleleng, North Bali died at the Buleleng General Hospital on Friday morning, October 6, 2017, after having been bit twice by a local dog.

Restiada, who worked as a guide, was brought to the hospital two days before his death complaining he was unable to urinate. After doctors installed a catheter, the man was allowed to return home for continued care as an outpatient.

Later, on the same day, Restiada returned to the hospital suffering respiratory problems.

A relation said Restiada said he was bitten on the ankle by a 6-month-old puppy 3 days before but, due to other commitments, sought no treatment for the bite. More important, however, the man had also been bitten six months prior to that by a dog that died and was later determined to be rabies positive. Restiada, despite the positive rabies finding on the dead dog, did not seek treatment with an anti-rabies vaccine.

In the final 24 plus hours at the Buleleng General Hospital, Restiada exhibited classic rabies symptoms including rage, hydrophobia, and foaming at the mouth.

Restiada is survived by a wife and three small children.

Hospital officials have confirmed that the man’s death was probably due to rabies, a diagnosis to be confirmed by laboratory tests.

Hospital officials urged the public to always seek medical treatment if a dog bites them.


Delaying a Visit to Paradise
Indonesian Hotels Say Mount Agung Alert Status Causing Postponement of Some Group Travel to Bali.

Balipost.com reports that most of the sudden downturn in visitors to Bali connected to the increased warning level for volcanic Mount Agung is due to group cancellations while the individual (FIT) market remaining relatively unaffected

I Nyoman Astama, the chairman of the Bali chapter of the Indonesian Hotel General Managers Association (IHGMA), said on Tuesday, October 3, 2017: “What’s actually happened is a decrease in group tourism. Individual travelers are not much affected, but there is (also) a decline. The biggest (impact) is from MICE (meetings, conferences, conferences and exhibitions).”

Astama said he expects more cancellations over time as all members of IHGMA report in.

The IHGMA chairman said that cancellations had reached 6,000 room nights from all hotels in Bali. Based on the assumption that each stay is for 3 nights, this mean some 2,000 cancellations have been received. He said he expected this number to at least double.

The cancellations, he said, are coming from countries that have issued travel cautions to their citizens. Adding: “This is what is triggering the postponement of trips (to Bali). These postponements are affecting not only this month but also the entire year. This is the actual case we are encountering.”

Individual tourist, said Astama, continue to visit Bali. “We are urging those with fears, to simply postpone the date of their travel. Maybe they can come next month, two months, six months or a year from now. We are flexible,” Astama explained.

He suggested that villas are suffering less from cancellation due to the fact they serve individuals, while hotels seeking group travel are most affected by any cancellations.

The chairman of the Bali chapter of the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI-Bali), Tjokorda Oka Artha Ardhana Sukawati, estimates overall hotel bookings have declined 20-30 percent.

Tjokorda said that if the volcano warning stays in place, November might see even more cancellations with November marking the beginning of Bali’s “shoulder season” for hotel bookings.

Meanwhile, Bali’s Governor continues to urge calm, saying only 28 out of 78 villages in Karangasem fall within the danger zone. To provide perspective, this is only a portion of the Regency of Karangasem and Karangasem is only one out of 8 regencies and one metropolitan area that comprise the Province of Bali. To people harking back in fear to the 1963 eruption of Mt. Agung, the Governor says that any eruption of Mount Agung at this time will be mitigated by the sophisticated equipment, well-trained manpower, and detailed contingency plans now in place.


Casa Luna Painting Exhibition
Bali Cosmology Ė Authentic and Educative Art at Casa Luna in Ubud, Bali October 28 Ė November 17, 2017

Casa Luna - located on Jalan Raya Ubud, opposite Puri Lukisan in Bali will host “Bali Cosmology” – an art exhibition by Made Bayak, Komang Kartika Dewi, and Damar Langit Timur.

Made Bayak is a well-known Balinese artist who has exhibited his work in Germany and Poland. A finalist in Singapore’s prestigious 2013 Sovereign Art Prize, he is well known for his environmental activism and dramatic work on plastic incorporating Balinese icons and mythical figures.

In the Bali Cosmology Exhibition, Bayak is joined by his artist-wife, Kartika Dewi, and son, Damar Langit Timur, in an extraordinary exhibition that focuses on the importance of parents as positive role models, and, in particular, on Balinese women in the social, political and cultural roles they

Bali Cosmology leads us into the heart of Balinese culture by using art as a tool for holistic education and wisdom that, in turn, inspires creativity and imagination for Bali’s youth.

The exhibition runs from 20 October - 17 November 2017.

Bali Cosmology
An Exhibition of Painting by
Made Bayak, Kartika Dewi and Damar Langit Timur

October 20 – November 17, 2017

Casa Luna
Jalan Raya Ubud,
(Opposite the Puri Lukisan)
Ubud Bali
Telephone +62-(0) 361 971605


Ainít No Mountain to Keep You Away
Governor Urges World to Holiday in Bali Despite Raised Alert Levels for Mount Agung

Although the status of volcanic Mount Agung remains at the highest alert level of “IV” the overall situation in Bali remains safe for tourist visitors.

Because of the lack of risk posed by the volcano to visitors, Bali’s Governor Made Mangku during a meeting on Tuesday, October 3, 2017, with tourism stakeholders at the Provincial Tourism Office urged tourist not to be hesitant in visiting Bali

As reported by Balipost.com, Governor Pastika stated that even if Mt. Agung erupts, only 28 villages within the 12-kilometer radius surrounding the mountain would suffer directly, explaining that all these villages have now been evacuated to prevent the loss of human life. Meanwhile, the main tourist areas such as Nusa Dua, Kuta, and Sanur together with the other major tourist enclaves are far moved from any threat from an eruption.

Referring to the Karangasem Regency that is home to Mt. Agung, the Governor said: “In the Regency of Karangasem there are 78 villages with only 28 actually located in areas at risk from the volcano, with the remaining 50 villages safe. This is like other places in Bali that also remain safe. So don't be reluctant to take a holiday in Bali, except when tourists want to climb Mount Agung, which I have forbidden because of the danger involved.”

The Governor bemoaned the hoax news and exaggerations in some sections of the national and international press that have misrepresented the situation in Bali. Pastika explained that the current situation is substantially different from the 1963 eruption that resulted in a large loss of human life. Predictive capabilities, mitigation measures, the government’s response and communication now guarantee that no lives will be lost if people avoid the narrow area designated as dangerous.

“I want to emphasize that Bali remains in a good condition and there is no need to worry. If Mount Agung erupts everything is in a state of readiness,” said Pastika on Tuesday, October 3, 2017.

The Governor called on workers in the tourism sector to work through travel agents and foreign consulates in Bali to clarify and set right the hoax news now in circulation about Mt. Agung.

The Governor later met with the foreign consulates operating in Bali to help set the record straight and underline that Bali remains safe for a holiday visit to their home country constituencies. He said he hopes countries that have issued travel warnings in connection with Mt. Agung would consider removing such warnings as Bali remains safe for tourist visitors.


Obviously, Baliís Governor is Not Pleased
Governor Wants Those Who Spread Hoaxes About Volcanic Mount Agung Brought to Justice

The State News Agency Antara reports that Governor Made Mangku Pastika is hoping that those spreading misinformation and hoax news regarding safety and security in Bali can be taken into custody and prosecuted via the legal process.

“I’d like to know if the Bali police headquarters have taken anyone into custody; later, I will call the Chief of Police and ask that those spreading hoax news be arrested in Bali,” said Pastika during a meeting with tourism leaders on Tuesday, October 3, 2017, held at the Provincial Tourism Office.

Referring to incorrect news and blogs regarding the status and dangers posed by volcanic Mount Agung, Pastika sees punishment under the law as a way of deterring others wanting to manufacture hoax news about Bali.

Bali’s Governor lamented the lies and misstatements making the rounds on social media regarding conditions surrounding Mount Agung that have fomented social unrest and caused disruption in the Island’s tourism sector.

The Governor added: “Tourism depends on security, safety, and these in turn depend on opinions generated by the media. The media has now assumed many identities, including the mainstream media and the social media.”

Pastika said that hoaxes are spread not only by social media but also by irresponsible individuals who are in contact with people evacuated from the foothills of Mount Agung. “There are uniformed people coming (to temporary camps) in the night and telling people they are in danger and must they must immediately evacuate. People panic, when, in fact, they have just evacuated their homes. This has happened. We are looking for these people but have yet to find them,” said Pastika.

At the same time, the Governor said he hoped Bali’s tourism would not be adversely affected by the developing situation of Mount Agung.

Pastika said the international community needs correct reporting on the conditions surrounding Mount Agung and not to make incorrect linkages with other tourism objects in Bali or subjects such as air access.

Assuring that it remains very safe to visit Bali, Pastika warned, “Just don’t climb Mount Agung. Don’t sell products to climb Mount Agung. That is not allowed.” 


Bali Hotels Clean Up the Coastline
1,500 Kilograms of Trash Removed from 11 Beach Areas in Bali in One-Day Clean Up by Bali Hoteliers

The Bali Hotels Association recently participated in the International Coastal Clean Up day by organizing an island-wide clean up of beaches on Saturday, September 16, 2017, that covered 11 areas and involved 2,586 participants from 145 hotels, 4 schools, and other business units.

Ocean Conservancy first initiated the International Clean Up Day in 1986 with over 12 million people now participating annually worldwide.

This year, Bali Hotels Association mobilized its members and business partners to participate in cleaning up major tourist areas in Bali, including Tanjung Benoa, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, South Kuta Beach, Kuta – Legian, Seminyak, Sanur, Berawa, and Tabanan -  collecting over 1,500 kilograms of trash.

“Being an island, Bali has thousands (sic) of kilometers of coastline and we do have an ongoing battle with wastes that washed up onto our shores,” explained Ricky Putra, the chairman of Bali Hotels Association. “Our members actively organize their own beach clean-up periodically and we are taking this opportunity to involve other business units as well to build more awareness on the issue and create a better synergy with all of the business stakeholders. This is an issue that requires everyone’s active involvement.”

This is the 5th year for the BHA to participate as an organization in the worldwide movement, growing from only 12 participants in the past to 151 participants in 2017.

Bali Hotels Association also actively collaborates with other organizations to create greener efforts that can be adapted by each of its members. One of the programs that the association has developed is the waste management system to create a better system for a hotel to adapt by promoting the “3Rs” (reduce, reuse, recycle) concept in order to achieve a “Zero Waste to Landfill” goal.

The Association also encourages its members to obtain national and international green certifications and have their businesses regularly assessed and tutored on achieving a more environmentally friendly standard of practice.


Agung Producing Clouds of Steam
White Smoke Reaching 1,500 Meters Seen at Mount Agung on October 7, 2017

On Saturday, October 7, 2017, volcanic Mount Agung was producing white smoke reaching a height of 1,500 meters above the mountain’s top.

Metrobali.com quoted Devy Kamil, the head of the Directorate for Observation and Mitigation for the Eastern Region of the Center for Volcanoes and Disaster Mitigation (PVMBG) who said on October 7th, “Observing (the mountain) since 8:30 pm the smoke had reached a height of 1,500 meters

Devy said the color of the smoke was white and not black, signifying that the smoke was composed mostly of water. The PVMBG officials emphasized that Mount Agung has yet to actually erupt.

Devy said the white smoke signified that activity within the 3,142-meter high mountain was increasing and heating the water contained in the mountain’s interior resulting in steam and water vapor. Devy added: “The heat is increasing.The energy (within the mountain) is still high and continues to exert pressure. Magmatic gas continues to be on the move.”

Devy told the press that PVMBG remains unable to confirm if and when an actual eruption will occur. At the same time, the probability of an eruption is greater than the probability that the mountain will return to an inactive state without an eruption.

Devy explained that if an eruption does take place, it will most probably with a small eruption as a prelude to a larger eruption. “The size of any possible eruption cannot be firmly predicted. The date and time of an eruption can also not be predicted. Nonetheless, the PVMBG will continue to issues warnings at the earliest opportunity if the volcanic activity on Mount Agung significantly increases or signs of an imminent eruption are observed,” Devy promised.

Devy said the public and tourists could carry out normal activities outside the “danger zone” designated by the PVMBG. He said Bali remains safe for tourist visits. But no one should enter the “danger zone” that falls within a 12-kilometer radius of Mt. Agung’s peak.


Appealing Unappealing Behavior
Teen-Age Son of Bali Lawmaker Appealing 4-year Prison Sentence in Murder of Army Cadet

The 16-year-old son of the member of Bali’s House of Representatives, identified as DKDA, found guilty of killing Prada Yanuary Setiawan, a 20-year-old army cadet on Sunday, July 9, 2017, is appealing the 4-year-prison sentence handed down by the Denpasar District Court in late August

Following the sentence handed down by the court, State Prosecutors decided not to appeal the 4-year-sentence now being appealed, instead, by lawyers representing the 16-year-old.

Because of the appeal being lodged by lawyers representing the son of legislator Dewa Nyoman Rai, State Prosecutors must defend their case under law as part of the legal process during appeal proceedings.

Indonesian legal practice allows the appeal court to reject the verdict and sentence handed down in the original trial, reduce the penalty imposed in the first trial, or even increase the penalty handed down in the homicide.

Four accomplices in the street side killing of Setiawan have received prison sentences ranging from 9 months to 3.5 years

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Deasy in Charge of Luxury
Balinese Woman Appointed to Head Prestigious Chedi Club Tanah Gajah in Ubud

General Hotel Management Ltd (GHM) have promoted a Balinese hotelier, Deasy Swandarini, to the top job at the exclusive 20-villa Chedi Club Tanah Gajah in Ubud, Bali located near Bali’s iconic 9th century Goa Gajah Temple.

Prior to joining GHM, Swandarini has filled senior roles in sales, marketing and revenue management with a number of luxury properties, including the Kayumanis Nusa Dua, The Royal Santrian Luxury Beach Villas, The Mulia and The Ritz-Carlton.

Most recently serving as the General Manager of Kamandalu Ubud, Deasy is credited with successfully repositioning via a rebranding exercise. She also introduced a new bespoke butler service at the resort.

Referring to the owners of the resort, Hans R. Jenni, director and president of GHM, said: “Like the Hadiprana family, we look upon this resort more like a home; we know our guests and staff feel likewise. We believe that an individual like Deasy would be an excellent fit for this distinctive resort: she has a sparkling personality that makes her the perfect host, great connections with the local market, and she’s backed by a diverse experience working with both local and international hotel chains… she will be a great ambassador for The Chedi Club in Ubud.”

The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah in Ubud used to be the former holiday home of the Hadiprana family, built more than 30 years ago by its patriarch, Hendra Hadiprana. The private estate houses the extensive art collection of the Indonesian architect and maintains a strong relationship with the villagers.

“From the moment you set foot in The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah, you can sense the soul of this place and you’d realize what a special place this is. It is a privilege to be tasked to manage this resort, especially as its first local GM, and I am looking forward to welcoming more guests to experience this haven,” says Deasy.


Mason Jars its Brand
Bali Adventure Rebrands as Mason Adventures

Bali Adventure Tours is rebranding as Mason Adventures, effective November 1, 2017.

For the immediate future the company will also trade under the existing Bali Adventure Tour banner.

In announcing the branding shift, Nigel Mason, Managing Director of the company said: “We are a family business that was originally developed by Nigel and Yanie Mason since 1989. In recent year, our two sons, Jian and Shan Mason have joined the Company, brining about a new generation of youthful ideas and energy.”

a sharper branding focus while at the same distancing itself from cheap imitators, the aim is for Mason Adventures to continue to make the company synonymous with quality products that feature an uncompromising commitment to safety.

The company has a wide range of successful products that include and are now known as:
  • Mason Adventure (also known as Bali Adventure Tours)
  • Mason Adventure Rafting
  • Mason Elephant Park
  • Mason Adventure Sky Tours
  • Mason Jungle Buggies
  • Mason Mountain Cycling
  • Mason Tropical Trekking
  • Mason Adventure Center
  • Mason Gourmet Chocolate
  • Mason Gourmet Gelato
  • Mason Gourmet Bakery 


The Soul of Nature
Painting Exhibition by Nyoman Bratayasa at Maya Sanur Resort October 11 Ė December 7, 2017

Bali-based artist I Nyoman Bratayasa will be featured in a solo-exhibition “The Soul of Nature” at The Maya Sanur Resort & Spa October 11 through December 7, 2017.

Born in Bali in 1980, Nyoman Bratayasa lives and paints in Lodtunduh, Ubud.

idactic painter, Bratayasa graduated from the Economics and Business Management Faculty of Warmadewa University in Denpasar in 2003.

His work has been featured in a number of joint and solo exhibitions held in Jakarta, Banyuwangi, Solo, Yogyakarta and Bali.

The Soul of Nature
A Solo exhibition by I Nyoman Bratayasa
October 11 – December 7, 2017
The Gallery – Maya Sanur Resort & Spa
Jalan Danau Tamblingan, Sanur
Denpasar, Bali


Bali Nears 4 Million Arrivals Through the End of August
Bali by the Numbers: Bali Foreign Tourist Arrivals Improved Month on Month 35.52% in August and increased 18.89% Year to Date January-August.

Bali foreign tourist arrivals in August 2017 totaled 592,767 – a 35.52% increase over the 438,135 foreign tourists who arrived in August 2016.

Foreign arrivals January – August 2017 hit 3,997,102 – a figure that was year-to-date 18.89% more than the first 8 months of 2016.

Mainland Chinese tourists remain the largest source of inbound foreign visitors to Bali representing a 26.23% market share of all foreign arrivals for January-August. Chinese visitors passed the one million mark for the year at the end of August, achieving 1,048,270. Compared to the same period one year before, Mainland Chinese tourists have increased 58.48% year to day at the end of August.

Australian tourist rank second in terms of Bali foreign tourist arrivals with an 18.58% market share. In 2017 for January-August,  742,575 Australians visited Bali, improving a scant 0.08% over 2016.

Indian tourist now rank #3 among all foreign arrivals to Bali with 175,184 Indian tourists coming to Bali in January-August 2017. Indian tourists are booming, increasing 48.59% during the first eight months of 2017 and now representing a 4.38% markets share of foreign visitors to Bali.

Following closely in 4th place are Japanese tourists. 172,240 Japanese holiday makers came to Bali January-August 2017, improving 12.06% from 2016.

Year-to-date, double digit improvements in arrivals January to August to Bali were recorded by the British (16.01%), USA (21.38%), South Korean (27.41%), German (20.71%), Russian (62.16%), Canadian (29.72%), Philippines (26.91%), Italian (23.78%), Spanish (22.97%), and Switzerland (13.75%).


 
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