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BALI UPDATE #1106 - 13 November 2017

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A Rude Wake-Up Call
Early Morning Earthquake Near Mount Agung Felt in Large Areas of Bali

A 5.0 earthquake on the Richter scale struck in the ocean 11 kilometers off the northeast coast of Bali at 5:54 am local time on Thursday morning, November 9, 2017.

The epicenter was estimated at 10 kilometers below the earth’s surface.

The earthquake was felt over a wide area of Bali with repost on social media documenting the “shake” was experienced  from north Bali to Denpasar.

There was no threat of a tsunami, damages or injuries linked to the seismic event. Follow up reports in Bertiabali.com one day after the earthquake say some building in Karangasem suffered limited structural damag, including the Regency’s House of Representative (DPRD-Karangasem) where some walls sustained cracks and a few ceiling tiles fell down. The damage at the legislature building was estimated at Rp. 20 million.

An official of the Volcanic Disaster Mitigation Agency, Devy Syabana, quoted by Balipost.com, linked the earthquake with still-active Mount Agung volcano. The epicenter of the quake, according to Devy, was only 12-13 kilometers from Mount Agung’s peak.

Devy said the earthquake proved that Mount Agung remains active, adding: “There’s still a lot of big energy.”

Pratama, a man who lives in Bali’s capital of Denpasar more than 60 kilometers south of the epicenter, said he felt the earthquake for a prolonged period. He said he was awoken while sleeping on the first floor of his home in by the earthquake

Other reports were received from across Denpasar and Ubud.


When Your Wife Reads Your Telephone Texts
Bali-Bound Flight Bound from Doha to Bali Diverts to India to Disembark Angry Iranian Woman and Her Family

The Times of India report that a drunken and badly behaved Iranian woman forced a Qatar Airways flight traveling form Doha to Bali on QR-961 on Sunday, November 5, 2017, to divert mid-flight to Chennai in India where she, her husband and child were escorted off the plane.

The woman reportedly used the thumb of her sleeping husband to unlock the security key on his mobile phone where she reportedly found “proof” of her spouse’s infidelity.

Such was the woman’s highly emotional reaction that the pilot was foreced to make a decision to make an emergency diversion to Chennai where security officials escorted the family off the aircraft.

With the baggage and Iranian family disembarked, the flight continued on to Bali.

Meanwhile, the family was later transported to Kuala Lumpur and sent back to Doha on a Qatar Airways flight.

Qatar refused to comment further on the case out of respect for passenger privacy.


Keeping Bali in Balance and Sustainable
Governor Briefed on Tri Hita Karana Awards 2017 to be Held on Saturday, November 25, 2017

Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika said the worldwide trend to embrace Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) share strong similarities with the Balinese philosophy of Tri Hita Karana.

Tri Hita Karana aims to promote public welfare and contentment by maintaining a delicate balance between man and nature, man and the Almighty, and man with his fellow man.

Speaking with an audience composed of organizers of the Tri Hita Karana Awards 2017 on Monday, November 6, 2017, Pastika said, “For something to be sustainable, it embrace the spirit of Tri Hita Karana.” The Governor said sustainability could only be achieved when there is harmony with God, harmony among mankind, and harmony with nature.

As reported by Metrobali.com, Made Mangku Pastika said that Bali must share its philosophy of Tri Hita Karana with the world by advancing the philosophy through the Island’s tourism industry and programs such as the Tri Hita Karana awards program.

The Governor believes the world community is very open to the concept of Tri Hita Karana given the philosophy’s natural embrace of sustainable development.

The Tri Hita Karana Awards given to Bali’s leading business will take place on Saturday, November 25, 2017. This year’s ceremony will recognize 155 companies. According to the chairman of the Tri Hita Karana Foundation, I Gusti Ngurah Wisnu Wardana, the 2017 Awards will also embrace the principle of global ethics of tourism promoted by the Indonesian Minister of Tourism and the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).

Representing the Assessor Team for the THK 2017 Awards, Gede Suarsa, promised that this years awards would be a vast improvement over previous year’s reflecting the active corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs underway among many hotels and businesses in Bali.


Sand and Stone Prices Increase 500% in Bali
High Cost of Sand and Stone Mined from Mount Agung Delays Completion of Motorcycle Parking Lot at Bali Airport

PT Angkasa Pura I (PT AP-I) the management authority for Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport has announced plans to expand the parking area for motor cycles at Bali’s air gateway have been put on hold due to the sudden and dramatic increase in the cost of sand used in the construction process.

Dating from mid-September when a volcanic alert warning was put in place on Bali’s Mount Agung, the cost of sand excavated from the area surrounding the mountain has undergone a large price increase.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, the general manager of PT AP-I, I Gusti Ngurah Rai Bali Yanus Suprayogi, said: “investment activity have been halted mostly because the price of sand and stone has increased five-fold. We can’t go on (at this time).”

Yanus said that the supplies of stones and sand used in the construction process are excavated from open pits (Galian C) in areas surrounding Mount Agung.

Because of a volcanic alert at level “IV” that was implemented on September 22, 2017, excavation activities in Karangasem have largely come to a halt.

The parking lot for motorcycles at the airport was expected to be completed in November 2017 must now wait until price levels for sand and stones returns to more normal levels. Contractors building the parking lot claim they are unable to honor the price won via tender with the large increase in the cost of materials.

The new parking area for motorcycles is targeted to accommodate 3,000 vehicles.


More Parking in Bali for Large Aircraft
Apron Extension Underway at Baliís Ngurah Rai Airport that will Reclaim 84 Hectare of Indian Ocean

The management authority for Bali’s Airport, PT Angkasa Pura I (PT AP-I), are targeting the end of November 2017 for the start of construction on an extension of Bali Airport’s apron into the ocean at the western end of the runway. The green light to commence the reclamation has been received with the completion by Udayana University of currents and tidal movement in the areas affected by the project.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, the general manager of PT AP-l, Gusti Ngurah Rai, Yanus Suprayogi, said construction would commence in November or, by the latest, the end of the year.

The formal findings of the Udayana University study will be delivered in the coming days in order that construction can begin. The study examines the potential erosion and abrasion effects that will result from the reclamation needed to extend the runway’s apron.

The extension of the apron at the end of the runway has already received a nod of approval from the Regent of Badung and the villages adjoining the airport.

When completed, the reclamation will consume a space covering 84 hectares of sea bottom. 43 hectares from that total will be used for aircraft parking, space enough to park three wide-bodied aircraft. The remaining 41 hectares is reserved for future mid to long-term development of the airport.

Plans to build the apron extension using support pillars was abandoned when it was determined the water was too deep and the resulting need for extensive drilling to secure supporting pillars.

Yanus revealed that the plans to extend the apron on the western end of the main runway will cost some Rp. 1.7 trillion and is targeted to be completed by August 2018, in time to be used for the many additional VIP aircraft expected in October 2018 in connection with the conference in Bali for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank.


Boarding Denied
Bad Behaviour Sees Two air Passengers Denied Boarding by Security Officials in Bali

A number of poorly behaved passengers have recently been denied board on departing international flights from Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport.

NusaBali reports that the two passengers who failed to fly from Bali were a drunken Russian tourist and an Indian national who made a jest about a bomb during the embarkation process.

The Russian traveler, Pavel Plakhutin (34), was taken into custody by airport security on Tuesday, November 7, 2017, while preparing to depart on Qatar Airways QR-965 bound for Doha.

Officials deemed the unruly Russian was too inebriated to board the aircraft without posing a safety threat to himself and other passengers.

In a separate earlier incident on Monday, November 6, 2017, an Indian national Shyamsukha Aditya was also taken into custody by security official when he uttered the phrase “she look bomb” during the security screening process in Terminal 2 of Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport.

When security personnel heard the word “bomb” the reaction was instantaneous with Shyamsukha taken into custody and denied boarding on AirAsia QZ-510 bound for India.

During the resulting interviews with police and security officials, Shyamsukha was accompanied by a representative from the Indian Consulate in Bali. Officials assured the man would be released into the custody of the Consul if they can determine that the word “bomb” was uttered in jest.

Shyamsukha insists he was only praising the trendy fashion style of a fellow passenger when he said, “she look bomb."


Out of the Blue, its Radisson Blu Bali
Radisson to Open the Radisson Blu Bali Uluwatu Resort in January 2018

Just a 40-minute drive from Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport, the Radisson Blu Bali Uluwatu Resort is set to open in January of 2018.

Developers claim they have successfully redefined Balinese style for modern travelers via the Resort’s 111-deluxe rooms spread across three categories. Upper floor rooms feature private balconies with private sundeck on lower floors. Meanwhile, 14-suites boast rooftop terraces that provide ocean views or the Resorts swimming pool.

The all-day dining restaurant, Artichoke, will provide guests with both local and international cuisine. Radisson Blu’s signature restaurant concept,

Filini will make its Asia-Pacific debut at the new Bali resort. This authentic Italian eatery offers Mediterranean flavors in an informal setting. Three distinctly different bars complete the F&B offerings with tapas and cocktail pairings at Lookout, poolside quenchers at Choka and cleansing juices at Lucid Liquids.

The Resort’s SpaESC, a generous pool, and a world-class fitness center will address the wellness and fitness demands of hotel guests.

A Eureka! Kids Club is on offer for junior travelers.

Two high-specs meeting rooms, two event pavilions, and outdoor garden venue will host weddings, meetings, events, and conferences.

The Resort’s general manager, Björn-Henning Buth, said: “The incredible architecture is a true celebration of native craftsmanship. Tenganan Village is the reference for building methods and materials. The layout of guest rooms and social spaces also follows that of traditional Balinese homes, and the interior designers have taken their inspiration from the ornate patterning of Bali’s Lontar manuscripts.”

Radisson Blu Resort Website


Baliís Continues to Bloom and Boom
Bali Economy Beat National Average by Growing 6.22% in Q3 2017

The Balinese economy grew by 6.22% in Q3-2017 a performance substantially above par with national economic growth rate of 5.06% for the same period.

Quoted by NusaBali, the head of the Bali Provincial Statistic Agency (BPS-Bali), Adi Nugroho, said that although operating above the national average, the 6.22% growth rate for Q3-2017, lagged behind the same quarter in 2016 when Bali achieved a 6.61% rate of growth.

Nugroho said Bali’s strongest performing sectors were accommodation, and food and beverage that grew at 10.71% in Q3. In terms of expenditures, gross fixed capital formation and household consumption grew in Q3 by a respective 3.82% and 3.77%.

When Q3 2017 is compared to Q3 2016, Bali grew 3.24% quarter-on-quarter.

Meanwhile, transportation and logistics grew 6.38% in Q3.

The BPS-Bali chief said government expenditures grew 8.59% for the quarter and expenditures by non-profit organizations grew 4.71%.


No Need to the Wealthy to Be Healthy
Bali Mandara Hospital Offering International Medical Care Affordable to All

Despite public demonstrations from the people of Sanur demanding more jobs that caused the cancellation of the formal grand opening of the Bali Mandara Hospital on Saturday, October 28, 2017, Bali’s newest hospital is now open for business.

During its first 10 days of operation through November 7th the hospital has served 149 patients.

Quoted by NusaBali, the CEO of the Bali Mandara Hospital, Dr. Gede Bagus Darmayasa, said: “The patients that we have served were both Balinese and foreigners. From the total patient handles, 5 required hospitalization.

60% or 85 of the local patients treated were treated under the State Health Insurance Program BPJS. One of these was a foreigner holding a BPJS card. There were also 64 regular patients and 10 foreigners treated during the first 10 days of hospital operations.

Dr Bagus emphasized that the Bali Mandara Hospital is prepared to serve both rich and poor patients. Adding: "Our principle is to serve the patient and then calculate the cost in accordance with the ability of the patient to pay. A 3rd class room costs Rp. 75,000 per night for the public in a rooms that is of an international standard in terms of facilities and services."

The CEO of the hospital also emphasized that regardless of the class of room or the financial capabilities of those coming to the Bali Mandara Hospital, all receive the same standard of international medical care.

Plans are for the hospital to build a cancer care center and develop services for geriatric patients.

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Making a Spectacle
Australian Gets Three Months and 15 Days in Prison for Stealing Sunglasses from a Bali Duty-Free Shop

An Australian tourist, Thomas William Harman (31), was found guilty of shoplifting from a shop in the departure lounge of Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport and sentenced to 3 months and 15 days in jail.

Because Harman had already spent 3 months and 10 days in prison for stealing a $400 pair of sunglasses from a duty-free shop was left with only 5 more days to serve before his eventual deportation from Indonesia.

The Australian got off lightly for his crime and could have been sentenced to a maximum of 5 years for theft.

Possibly playing a role the in leniency of the sentence given to Harman was his apology offered to the people of Indonesia and his readiness to pay restitution for the stolen sunglasses several times over.


Expect Delays
200-Meter Stretch of Southbound Road Between Airport and Nusa Dua to be Widened Starting in February 2018

Plans are underway to widen the southbound lane on the highway connecting Bali’s Airport to Nusa Dua.

The widening of the southbound lane will provide 2-meters of additional width near the three-way Udayana University intersection.

The road widening is being undertaken at the same time as the underpass at the entrance to the Airport is being constructed. Both projects are slated for completion before the International Monetary Fund (IMF) – World Bank Summit coming to Bali in October 2018.

The change in the road will add an additional 2-meters, sufficient for another lane that it is hoped will reduce or eliminate traffic bottlenecks for traffic traveling from the airport to Nusa Dua.

The widening of the road will run for a length of 200-meters along the current roadway and utilize 4.9 are (490 square meters) of land owned by 4 separate property owners. The Badung Regency is handling the negotiation for the purchase of the land.

The road widening will also necessitate the relocation of electrical lines.

The project is targeted to commence in February 2018.


Rent Rate to Take Off
Buleleng Regency Seeking Rent Hike for North Bali Letkol Wisnu Airport

NusaBali reports that the Regency of Buleleng in North Bali is seeking a rent increase for the Letkol Winsu Airport used as a base for the Bali International Flight Academy (BIFA).

BIFA has used the landing strip since 2008 for the training of young Indonesian pilots seeking careers in the aviation industry. In the original lease agreement with the Regency, BIFA pays Rp. 30 million each year for the 2-hectare land area owned by the Regency that encompasses a 1,200-meter long runway, a 180-meter long taxiway, and an apron measuring 60x40 meters. The Province of Bali owns an adjoining piece of land that also forms part of the airport.

The original lease agreement provides for the right to review the terms once every three years.

Discussions and assessments are underway to determine the value of Regency assets that form part of the Airport and to determine what part of the complex is on land owned by the Province.

The Regency of Buleleng estimates the physical and land assets used by BIFA at Rp. 75.6 million.


Caught on the Run
Two Men In Custody in Murder of Dutch Expatriate in Jimbaran, Bali

Bali police have taken two men into custody in connection with the murder of Robert Gilhooad, the 63-year-old Dutch expatriate whose body was found in his rented home in the Puri Gading Housing Estate in Jimbaran on Friday, November 3, 2017.

Police arrested a man identified by Beritabali.com as Winda Wilantara in Lampung, South Sumatra on Tuesday, November 7, 2017, a second man identified as An was arrested by police in Bogor, West Java on November 10, 2017.

Police claim the two men conspired in the premeditated murder of Gilhooad in a complicated web of passion and larceny.

As reported by Balipost.com, Wilantara was arrested in South Sumatra in possession of a car owned by Gilhooad that he had driven from Bali and across Java following the Dutchman’s murder. Police say Wilantara admitted the crimes and told investigators how he conspired with another man, identified only as An, to murder Gilhooad.

Based on the information provided by Wilantara, police tracked An to Bogor where he was arrested in the early morning hours of Friday, November 9th. Police described how Wilantara fled Bali driving the dead man’s car while his accomplice flew on a scheduled airline.

An unnamed police source said the two men planned the murder on October 24th but waited until October 26th to execute their crime. The police source said: “The temporary confession is that they wanted to steal the car of the victim. They were also jealous. They (the perpetrators) are gay.”

In piecing together the crime, police say Gilhooad was brutally murdered in the bathroom of his rented home using wires, wood, and metal poles.

Based on the confessions of the two men now in custody and the advanced state of decomposition of the body, police say Gilhooad was killed 8 days prior to the discovery of his body. Police said the significant deterioration of the corpse made it difficult to identify the dead man.

Police are waiting for both men to be returned to Bali to reconstruct the murder at the crime scene.

Police are also planning an autopsy on the man’s remains to gather evidence for use in the murder trial.

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Take this, You Dirty Fink!
Bali Immigration Authorities Refusing Entry to Members of Australian Bike Gangs

6 visitors, believed by Indonesian immigration officials to have links with motorcycle gangs in Australia, were refused entry to Bali on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 and placed on planes back to Sydney

According to Metrobali.com, refused entry on November 8th were Kosh Radford (38), leader of “The Finks” motorcycle gang ; his wife, Nila Joshan; Soraya Joshan, Radford’s mother-in-law; and the couple’s child, Ishmael Rashidi.

Radford’s family arrived from Sydney off Qantas Airlines QF-43 at 8:25 pm on Wednesday evening and told officials they were coming to Bali for a holiday.

Immigration found Radford’s name on a list of undesirables because of his affiliation with criminal gangs in Australia and refused the man entry to Indonesia.

The family was boarded on Qantas QF-44 bound for Sydney departing at 9:30 pm.

RadarBali.com says that two days later, on, Friday, November 10, 2017, Scott James Barbour and Troy Albert Foraniary were also refused entry because of purported links with Australian motorcycle groups when they arrived from Sydney on Garuda GA-735 at 3.38 pm.

Foraniary and Barbour were met by immigration officials as they disembarked the flight. After a brief interview in which their links to a motorcycle gang were confirmed, the two were escorted directly to the departure area for a return flight to Sydney.

As reported by the Australian press, Australian motorcycle gangs are believed to be involved in the operation of a number of cluba and bars in Bali.

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Building for the Future
Bali's Governor Flies to China to Seek Partners to Build Highways and Rail System

Infrastructure development in Bali is often driven by the desire to launch major infrastructure projects in advance of major conferences coming to the Island. In anticipation of a major Summit of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank set for October 2018, Bali is racing to complete an underpass at the entrance to Bali’s Airport; a clean-up of the mountainous pile of trash at TPA Suwung; the dredging and enlargement of the port of Benoa; expansion of apron areas at the Airport; and a widening of a section of the road leading from the airport to Nusa Dua.

As reported by RadarBali.com, the Provincial government is actively pursuing a number of other important infrastructure projects, not linked to the coming conference. These include the construction of a new toll road connecting Denpasar to Buleleng in North Bali and the creation of a local rail network.

The head of the Provincial Development Planning Agency (Bappeda-Bal), I Putu Astawa, said the toll road and rail system would require a substantial cash commitment.

To this end, Bali’s Governor Made Mangku Pastika leaves for China on November 14, 2017, in search of investors. Joining Pastika on the trip are representatives from other Indonesian provinces: North Sulawesi, North Kalimantan, and North Sumatra.

Astawa said the cost of a Bali local rail system will require an investment of Rp. 30 trillion. Before any rail project can be commenced, a detailed feasibility study taking 3 years to complete is first required.

The proposed fast rail system is seen as an essential element in plans to make the development process more equitable between the Island's north and south.

Plans are also underway for the construction of an airport in North Bali that is waiting for a formal letter of recommendation from the Minister of Transportation.

Meanwhile, plans to build a 204-kilometer north-south toll road must first overcome the major hurdle of land acquisition in order for the project to go ahead. Provincial investors say a major Chinese investor living in London has expressed interest in financing the toll road.

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CT Corpís Accord with Accor Hotel
CT Corporation and AccorHotels Sign Partnership to Develop 30 Hotels in Indonesia

The Indonesia CT Corporation and the AccorHotel Group have entered into a cooperative agreement to build 30 hotels across Indonesia.

Detik.com reports that the CEO of CT Corporation, Chairal Tanjung, and the COO of AccorHotels for Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, Garth Simmons, signed a strategic partnership agreement at the Fairmont Hotel in Jakarta on Thursday, November 9, 2017. The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was witnessed by the a director of CT Corporation, Donny Oskaria, and the VP of Development for AccorHotels for Indonesia and Malaysia, Rio Kondo.

“In recent discussions we have agreed on a strategic partnership. We will open 30 new hotels,” said Chairal Tanjung, who formerly served as the National Coordinating Minister for the Economy.

Chairal said the MoU with Accor Hotels is a natural outcome of the commitment by the Indonesian Government to grow the number of tourism arrivals, the development of infrastructure projects in support of tourism, and the growing purchasing power of the Indonesian public for travel products.

“We could not find a better operator of chain hotels than AccorHotels. AccorHotels is a well-known group of hotels and CT Corporation is known a lifestyle company. Our (shared) desire benefits all parties,” said Chairal.

Chairal estimates the proposed 30 hotels to be built in the coming years will have 6,000 rooms spread across a number of Indonesian cities

In response, Garth Simmons of AccorHotels said he is optimistic that the partnership between his company and CT Corporation will be successful and that 2018 remains positive year for tourism in Indonesia. Adding, “the economy continues to grow and the domestic market remains stable.”

CT Corporation
owns and operates The Trans Luxury Hotel in Bandung and The Trans Resort Bali. Chairal said the luxury Trans Brand would be retained and developed further in the future. He said  Trans Hotels are identified as a luxury product while plans are to develop mid-range and budget hotels with AccorHotels.

AccorHotels currently operates 23 different hotel brand worldwide.


DDís Back in Town
Affordable and Authentic Source of Thai Cuisine Reopens in Sanur Village

Admirers of authentic Thai cuisine served at very affordable prices were saddened when, some months ago, DD’s Warung on Jalan Batur Sari closed its door to allow its proprietor-chef to recover from a back ailment.

The good news: Effective November 1, 2017, DD’s Warung is back in a new, larger location sure to be a hit with both Sanur resident and tourist visitors.

on Jalan Danau Poso No. 36B Sanur, the “new” DD's Warung is, in truth, more restaurant than warung with seating now spread over a wide area that provides a choice between sidewalk-society seating, tables in the main restaurant and bar, or lounging in an idyllic back garden. The garden is perfect for a families and small groups seeking a relaxed afternoon or evening of Thai food served on low tables surrounded by beanbag seating adjacent to a nearby dip pool.

There’s also a small stage with a sound system in the garden suggesting DD’s Warung may be a good place to while away a relaxed tropical evening.

DD’s Warung is open daily except Mondays from 11:00 am – 11:00 pm.

DD’s is easy to drive past as there is no standing signboard. Look, instead, for the roadside wall painted in pop-art style. Returning from the previous in DD’s penchant for colorful hanging Thai lanterns on display throughout the restaurant.

The forte of DD’s Warung remains its menu of authentically prepared Thai food offered at remarkably affordable prices.

d. DD’s makes no apologies for being Thai down to its very core. Those in search of a hamburger, steak or plate of pasta will be disappointed with the 100% offering of only Thai cuisine. Mind you, we're not complaining.

Returning and as tasty as ever are starters that include Thai spring rolls wrapped in rice paper; Yam Nua – a spice beef salad; or an equally spicy Green Papaya Salad.

The two soup courses at the new location remain unchanged. Tom Yom Goong – a flavorsome spicy-sour feast of prawns and straw mushrooms floating in a broth of lemongrass, fish sauce and galangal or Tom Kha Kai – a Thai Chicken galangal soup bathed in savory coconut milk.

Curry lovers can choose from a Green Chicken Curry, a Peranakan Penang Curry, Yellow Curry or a Thai Massaman Chicken Curry.

Many dishes at DD's Warung allow the substitution of beef, pork or chicken, while the degree of “hotness” preferred can be specified when ordering.

;s hard to mention “mains” in a culinary tradition that goes best when served “family style” shared with all gathered at the table -  but, still, you can’t go wrong ordering Pad Ga Pow Moo Kai Dow. DD Warung offers variations on the traditional ground pork versionof this popular dish with alternatives available in beef, seafood or chicken. Equally delicious and something of a signature dish of the chef is Kai Med Ma Maung – a dish of chicken and cashews cooked with onions, sweet soy sauce, chili, and honey. 

With beer costing only Rp. 25,000 a bottle, main courses running between Rp. 40,0000 and Rp. 65,000, and its pleasant new garden setting on Jalan Danau Poso – DD’s Warung is destined for continued success attracting a steady flow of customers and several "fully-booked nights" since its reopening on November 1, 2017.

Reservations are probably a very good idea!

DD’s Warung
Jalan Danau Poso 36B
Sanur - Bali

Telephone: +62 – (0)361- 270530

DD’s Warung Face Book Page


High Fly with Wi-Fi on AirAsia
AirAsia Indonesia Offers Wi-Fi on Selected Domestic and International Fights

AirAsia Indonesia –the Indonesian subsidiary of the international AirAsia Group is now offering Wi-FI and a Wi-Fi Based entertainment systems on selected international and domestic flights.

Branded as ROKKI and operated by Ooredo, the new service was launched in a ceremony at Jakarta’s Sukarno-Hatta Airport on Friday, November 10, 2017, attended by AirAsia Indonesia’s chief executive Dendy Kurniawan and Herdini Haryono of Indosat Ooredoo.

Through in-flight connectivity, passengers can log on to rokki.com to enjoy music or video entertainment purchased in 3-megabyte and 10-megabyte packages.

The ROKKI service is initially available domestically on AirAsia  flights between Bali and Jakarta, Yogyakarta and Surabaya. Internationally, AirAsia offers ROKKI on flights to Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Singapore, and Macau.


Memories Out of the Shadow
Jan Mantjika at Bale Banjar Culture Club at Ayodya Bali Resort on Sunday, December 10, 2017 Ė A life in Bali from the Years of Living Dangerously to Modern Times

Following the very successful launch of the Bale Banjar Culture Club at the Ayodya Resort Bali on Sunday, November 12th with a presentation on the snakes of Bali by Ron Lilley, the 2nd monthly gathering of the Bale Banjar Culture Club will take place on Sunday, December 10, 2017, when author Jan Mantjika will discuss her book, “Bali 1964 to 2009: The Shadows that Dance in and out of my Memory.”

A young New Zealander when she first arrived in Bali with her Balinese Columbo Plan husband and an infant daughter in 1964, Mantjika was forced to comprehend her way through a confusing Babylon of new languages; hungrily live from hand to mouth in a world of never-ending shortages; cheerfully accept demands to fulfill the ritual and cultural demands of being a dutiful Balinese wife; and negotiate daily life in a country experiencing a whirlpool of nationalistic frenzy where foreigners were often viewed with fear and loathing.

Arriving in Bali during the “years of living dangerously,” Jan raised her young family from within the confines of a Balinese compound while tumultuous events of precipitated by the “failed” coup of 1965 unfolded around her. Many historians claim that the bloodletting and social upheaval that followed the "night of the generals" reached its frenzied peak in Bali 1965-1966 as Jan protectively clung to her children as angry crowds marched down Bali's streets. Food and daily essentials, such as soap, were hard to come by as neighbors whispered over backyard walls about acquaintances who had suddenly disappeared and local rivers and beaches strewn with the bodies of the newly massacred.

Jan’s book and memories span the period from the troublesome 1960s to modern Indonesia, a period in which she raised a family, established a successful travel agency, and has become a valued patron of a foundation assisting handicapped and disabled people in Bali.

Jan will read slections from her book and share anecdotes from her remarkable life duing the Bale Banjar Culture Club on December 10, 2017.

A limited number of Jan Mantjika’s books (Saritaksu Press, 2015), now in its second printing, will be available for purchase and author’s autograph during the December 10th gathering – just in time for Christmas giving.

The Bale Banjar Culture Club is a community outreach program provided by the Ayodya Bali Resort that highlights Balinese culture, life and history via monthly free-of-charge presentations on the second Sunday of each month.

“Bali 1964 to 2009:
The Shadows that Dance in and Out of my Memory”

Jan Mantjika
Bale Banjar Culture Club
Ayodya Resort Bali – Nusa Dua

Sunday, December 10, 2017
7:00 pm – Admission: Free

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