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BALI UPDATE #941 - 15 September 2014

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A Most Classical Holiday Season
Hotel Tugu Bali to Host ‘A Classical Music Soiree’ on Friday, December 28, 2012

In its continuing series of classic concerts and recitals, the Hotel Tugu Bali will host another musical soiree on Friday, December 28, 2012 the Wantilan Agung Hall.

at 6:30 pm a world-class line up of musicians and vocalists will enliven the holiday season as they take to the stage.

Performances will be provided by:

The Prima Vista String Quartet

One of Europe’s most celebrated chamber orchestras, Poland’s Prima Vista String Quartet has played together for 15 years. The group has a particular interest in salon music of the 19th and 20th centuries and a special penchant for Mozart, performing at the Mozart Festival in Warsaw each year.

In Bali they will perform Bach's Concerto in F minor as well as the famous A. Dvorak: Piano Quintet No.2, Op 81.

Boris Kraljevic

A Singapore-based pianist and music educator, Boris Kraljevic was born in Motenegro.

Widely recorded and no stranger to the world’s concert stages, Kraljevic is also in high demand for master classes at private conservatories as well as judging international piano competitions.

This year’s performance with is Professor Kraljevic’s third Bali appearance.

Neil Franks

An advanced student of Professor Kraljevic, Neil Frank is already an accomplished pianist in his own right and returns to Bali for this year’s performance.

Sung Hee Park and Soyoung Lee

Both from South Korea, Soprano Sung Hee Park and flautist Soyoung Lee are expected to bring a special dynamic to the concert stage and charm the audience with their individual repertoires including well-known arias from some of the great operas.

A Classical Music Soiree
Hotel Tugu Bali
Friday, December 28, 2012 at 6:30 pm


Tickets: Rp. 500,000 (US$52) inclusive of welcome drink, concert and tapas dinner reception with the musicians.

For more information or reservations telephone the Hotel Tugu Bali at +62-(0)361-4731701 or [Email] .


Garuda Boomerangs to Brisbane
Five Year After Suspending Queensland Service, Garuda to Resume Brisbane Service in August 2013

Following a hiatus of five years, Garuda Indonesia Airlines will again begin serving Brisbane, Queensland, Australia in August 2013

Touted as party of the Indonesian flag carriers “Quantum Leap Strategy” Garuda will fly Brisbane to Denpasar (Bali) six times each week.

Brisbane becomes the fourth Australian destination for Garuda, complementing existing service to Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.

The new service will be flown by Boeing 737-800NG.

Outbound travel from Australia to Indonesia increased 20% in the first half of 2011 with Queensland a much-in-demand destination for Indonesian holidaymakers.


Oh Canada!
Invitation to Join Indonesia-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) Cocktail in Ubud, Bali on Sunday, December 9, 2012

An initial organizational Indonesia-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) Networking Cocktail will be held on Sunday, December 9, 2012, from 6:00 – 8:30 pm at the Indus Restaurant in Ubud, Bali.

business people, local entrepreneurs and other interested in making business and social contacts are invited and encouraged to attend.

Cost

ICCC, Calindo and CWA members: Rp. 150,000 (US$15.75) per person.

ICCC members are allowed to bring along an accompanying guest at the member’s rate.

Corporate ICCC members may bring 5 guests at member rates.

Non-members wishing to attend must pay Rp. 250,000 (US$26) per person

Membership applications are available at the door for at Rp. 500,000 (US$52) per person with corporate memberships at Rp. 5 million (US$520) per year.

[Email]  for reservations at telephone ++62-(0)817 345 516


Man on the Run
‘Rumah Belajar Scott Thompson’ Opened in Kintamani to Aid the Education of Balinese Children

Foundation, as one of the beneficiaries of the 1250-kilometer journey, has utilized the fund to build “Rumah Belajar” (House of Study) for underprivileged children and high school dropouts in Kintamani, Bali.

Rumah Belajar Scott Thompson” represents one of several community projects made possible through the fund raising run between Bali and Jakarta of Scott Thompson that took place from March 8 to April 1, 2012.

The “Rumah Belajar” in Kintamani is a collaborative effort between the YCAB Foundation (The Foundation for the Nation’s Children) and the Cempaka Putih Foundation who provided the land for the facility in Songan village, Kintamani, Bali.

The Founder/CEO of the YCAB Foundation, Veronica Colondam stated that the location of Rumah Belajar in Kintamani was based on a needs assessment study carried out by the team and forms part of a commitment to use 100% of the funds from “Berlari Terus: Bali-Jakarta” for Indonesian youth education.

Additional “Rumah Belajar Scott Thompson” will be established in Jakarta and two other cities that will be chosen from among the 30 cities that Scott has passed through during his fund-raising run.

The four “Rumah Belajar” will provide digital inclusion classes granting certificates for the drop out and underprivileged children completing the program. An anticipated 450 underprivileged children per center or a total of 1,800 children for all 4 Rumah Belajar will benefit from this program.

Future course in hospitality skills for cafes and restaurants will be conducted at the four “Rumah Belajar” to create employment opportunities for Indonesian youth.

Commenting at the opening of the Bali facility, Scott Thompson said: “This Rumah Belajar is only possible through the amazing support I received on my Bali to Jakarta fund raiser and can't thank everyone enough for getting behind the charity run. The opening of this Rumah Belajar makes the sweat and effort of my run feel so worthwhile and doubly thrilled with something as tangible as this learning centre. I'm convinced it will make a positive impact towards youth education in this very special part of Bali.”

Belari Terus – The Scott Thompson Run

Scott Thompson, a professional hailing from Scotland, initiated “Berlari Terus” the fund-raising run from Bali to Jakarta. The run raised funds from corporations and individuals for two foundations - YCAB Foundation and Mary’s Cancer Kiddies (MCK).

Earlier, in 2010, he ran for 250 K in the Sahara desert and raised funds for MCK.

[Running from Bali to Jakarta Website

Yayasan Cinta Anak Bangas – YCAB Foundation

YCAB is an independent non-profit organization established in August 1999. YCAB International is headquartered in New York and is registered as a non-profit organization that has facilities tax (tax deductions) through section 501 (c) (3). YCAB aims to establish independence of adolescents with a comprehensive development approach that focuses on health, education, and welfare through three pillars: Healthy Lifestyle Promotion (HELP), House of Learning and Development (HOLD), and Hands-on Operation for Entrepreneurship (HOPE).

[YCAB Website] or for more information [Email YCAB


Shop till you Drop into a Hospital
Lippo Group Investing in Malls and Hospital in Bali

The Indonesian Lippo Group continues to expand in Indonesia. After opening the international Siloam Hospital in Bali, they are now in the process of opening three malls on the island.

The CEO of Lippo Malls opened one of these malls on Friday, November 16, 2012, Michael Riady, who officiated at the Lippo Sunset Mall on Jalan Sunset in Kuta.

Riady, quoted by Beritabali.com, said Bali as one of the largest cities (sic) in Indonesia and known internationally, has a strong potential for mall investment.

Because of this, his Group has linked the two important services to the public: hospitals and shipping malls.

“Those who visit a hospital can spend waiting time to shop for their daily needs, thus the presence of malls here is to support the daily activities of the public,” explained Riady,

Lippo is targeting middle-class Indonesians and visiting tourists to Bali with their investments in the island.

“We are optimist that the malls in Bali will support the economic activities of Bali, especially in the tourism sector,” added Riady who was accompanied by the COO of Lippo Mall, Eddy Mumin.

Lippo will soon open two more malls in the Kuta area of Bali.

Riady hinted that the Indonesian group would soon expand into new supporting areas of tourism. “Now, we are in the midst of construction, next year we’ll tell you more,” he said.

 


Webs Woven in Deception
Owner of Errant Best Western Kuta Reports Legislator for Extortion

The chairman of the Indonesian Advocates Association for Bali (Ikadin-Bali), I Made Suardana, is urging the Bali police to urgently identify an individual identified only by the letter “P” said to be a member of the Badung House of Representatives and involved in a reported case of extortion against the owner of troubled Best Western Kuta Hotel (Sapta Petala Inn).

As reported by Radar Bali, IKADIN's call to action mirrors the same demand made by the Indonesian Police Watch (IPE) for authorities to break open the case.

When contacted on November 22, Suardana urged the police to be transparent and not be selective in enforcing the law or handling the corruption case being handled by the Criminal Division of the Bali police.
In urging the police to be objective, Suardana also urged investigators to resist intervention from any source, fighting hard to preserve the public’s trust in the justice system.

Continuing, he urged to police to ignore the position of “P” as a legislator and have the courage to name him as a suspect if the evidence supports such a charge.

The complicated case of the Best Western Kuta had, until this most recent development, disappeared from public view. The Best Western Kuta, formerly operated as the Sapta Petala, was built without the required building and operating licenses in an area of Kuta zoned exclusively for single occupancy family dwellings.

Despite these many shortcoming and an official criminal complaint files by the Badung officials against the hotel and its owner, the hotel continues to operate under the Best Western banner.

Radar Bali broke the most recent development in the Best Western case in which the owner of the hotel was reportedly asked for Rp. 250 million (US$26,000) by a Badung House of Representative member.

As reported by the newspaper, the payment by Wijana, the owner of the hotel, was to take place in two installments of Rp. 100 million and Rp. 150 million. Wijana reported the request for corrupt payments to the Bali police, including payment and transfer receipts, and CCTV recording of a meeting with the extortionist.

Upon receiving the criminal report, the police summoned an assistant of the accused legislator in order to assist their investigations. The assistant told police that the money paid by Wijana was delivered to “P.”

The criminal division of the Bali police, however, is refusing to comment on the case or name a suspect in the investigation.

At the same time, the police are also refusing to disclose any developments in the long-standing criminal complaint filed by the Regent of Badung in June 2011 against Wijana for building his hotel in violation of the 2007 zoning law. A police spokesman responded to requests from Radar Bali for development in both cases by declaring that full reports on the cases have yet to be processed.

The information provided to the police includes receipts for Rp. 250 million paid in the case. There is also a photocopy of a transfer of Rp. 150 million from CIMB Niaga. 

The receipts show Rp. 250 million being paid by Jay to Jimmy, the latter apparently on the staff of a property and contracting company – PT Kubu Buana Cemerlang (KBC). The subject receipt also says the money was used to organize permits and licenses for the Sapta Petala Kuta on Jalan Kubu Anyar in Kuta, Bali.

Efforts by Radar Bali to contact Wijana for comment on the case have reportedly been unsuccessful.

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[All the Best Westerns End in a Showdown]

[Best Western Kuta in Bali Posted and Closed]


A Recipe for Success
Marcel Sumarga of Bulgari Bali Resort to Represent Bali at International Chefs Challenge

t to represent Bali at the prestigious cooking competition was won at a cook off held on November 10, 2012 at the Bali Tourism Academy (STP) held among 9 outstanding local chefs, all under the age of 25.

A panel of WACS-certified judges evaluated contestants‚ performance and menus in determining the winner.

“Competing for an international level is a completely different ballgame,” said Marcel. “The pressure is greater, the stakes are higher and you don‚t have the slightest idea of who you are up against. I kept reminding myself to compete against myself. It was also a great feeling knowing that I had done the best I could:

“It was exciting to watch them all,” said Made Putra, vice president of BCP. “They showed confidence and precision in preparing meals, worthy of international culinary competition. BCP is proud of their performance.”

Runner ups from Banyan Tree garnered second and third place, followed by Bulgari Bali in fourth place, winning the opportunity to represent Indonesia in the young chefs competition category at The Food Show in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia September 2013.


Cebu Air to Fly to Bali
Philippine Carrier Cebu Air to Commence Twice-Weekly Flights Manila to Bali in March 2013

Philippine carried Cebu Air, the largest airline of that country, will commence scheduled air service between Bali and Manila on March 16, 2013.

The schedule announced for the new service will see the route flown twice each week on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The flight will leave Maniia at 4:00 am landing in Bali at 7:50 am. The return leg leaves Bali at 8:35 am landing in Manila at 12:25 pm.

Cebu Air will be offer year-round fares for Bali starting at Peso 3,499 (US$85).

Bali becomes Cebu Air's 20th international destination and its second Indonesian destination, after Jakarta. Cebu Air flies to Jakarta four times each week.

Cebu Air operates a fleet of 40 aircraft – the largest aircraft operator in The Philippines. It has another 19 airplanes on order for deliver between 2012 and 2021.


On Line and Over Here
Bali Travel Agents Complaining About Loss of Market to On-Line Travel Agents

The Bali chapter of the Indonesian Tour and Travel Agent Association (ASITA-Bali) is raising the alarm on the increasing number of illegal online travel agents operating in Indonesia.

“We ask the government to enforce the rules and issue warnings to illegal on-line travel agents,” said ASITA-Bali's  vice-chairman for marketing, public relations, research and development, Bagus Sudibya on Tuesday, November 20, 2012.

As reported by Bisnis Bali, Sudibya warned that the presence of illegal on-line travel agents (OTA) also means taxes are being under collected on sales generated from these sources. Continuing his line of questioning, Subidbya asked what contribution is made to Bali by OTAs with offices located outside of Bali?

Subdibya said ASITA would ask the government and the House of Representatives to find a concrete solution to this problem.

Claiming to losses caused by OTAs on Bali parties was large, Sudibya, at the same time, admitted that online booking of travel was an inescapable part of the current business landscape, with 20-30 percent of all travel business generated online. “At this time, legal travel agents derive 50% of their business from online sources. We encourage travel agents to introduce online systems to keep up with the competition,” said Sudibya.

The secretary of ASITA-Bali, Eddy Putra, says the presence of OTAs in the marketplace is diminishing the market share of Bali travel agents, saying, “In addition to taking a share of the tourists, the online travel agents do not provide a benefit that can be enjoyed by the people of Bali.”

Putra said the subject OTAs do not maintain offices or do business in Indonesia, suggesting that online travel operators should be legally established in Indonesia to ensure a local value accrues from each travel transaction.

Tommy Sutrisno, also a director of ASITA, said he felt that many OTAs did not have the required operating licenses, a fact made difficult to prove by their lack of an office in Bali. “It is for certain that their activities cause a loss of market share, seen by the many bookings they (OTAs) make in the region,” he said.

It remain unclear, however, what law, if any, is being broken when a foreign OTA makes a booking for one of their clients with a Bali Hotel.


Bali Toll Road Due to Open in April
Progress Report from PT Waskita Karya on Benoa - Ngurah Rai – Nusa Dua Toll Road in Bali

PT Waskita Karya, the state-owned construction company, has announced that they are optimistic that the Benoa – Ngurah Rai Airport – Nusa Dua toll road will be completed on time.

The Rp. 773 billion (US$80.5 million) project will be completed in April 2013.

Waskita Karya is entrusted with completing packet 2 and packet 4 of the 4-part project.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, the director of Waskita Karya, M. Choliq said that 50% of packet two and 78% of packet four are now completed.

Separately the Minister of State-owned Enterprises, Dahlan Iskan has expressed his deep satisfaction with the construction of Bali’s first toll way.

“I am satisfied with the optimal synergy which has been given in he process of building this toll road; I hope that in the future the Nusa Dua-Ngurah Rai – Benoa toll road will help overcome traffic congestion in Bali,” said Dahlan.

M Choliq said the two packets of construction undertaken by PT Wastika Karya were packet two located near Benoa and traveled over the shallow sea using 3,028 foundation pillars over a distance of 2.4 kilometers and packet four using 3,641 foundation pillars over a distance of 2.2 kilometers.

The new toll way, together with the renovation of Bali’s airport and a new underpass at Simpang Siur, are all being targeted to be in place and fully operation before the APEC conference planned for Bali in late 2013.


Beckoned Back to Bali
Bali Veteran Hotelier, Ed Linsley, Recalled to Bali to Head AYANA Resort and Spa Bali

AYANA Resort and Spa Bali have appointed Ed Linsley as General Manager.

Linsley, a veteran industry leader with more than 22 years’ experience in hotels and resorts – 21 of which were with Four Seasons Hotels –was previously Resort Manager of Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay, before moving to Vietnam last year as General Manager of The Nam Hai Resort.

According to Linsley, He was lured back to Bali by its people, and the opportunity to be part of what he considers a most visionary and inspiring hotel management company - Capella Hotel Group.

“I missed the soul of Bali and the people, but it was really the Capella name which prompted me to leave Vietnam earlier than I had envisaged. It was what the Capella Hotel Group represents, the respect for the local people and the community – which is a very important element in my life – the culture of the company and their business ethics,” said Linsley, a Pennsylvania native with a strong background in food and beverage management. 



Linsley said he was delighted to join the team at AYANA, a resort with which he was familiar and had visited often when he lived in Bali. “I used to come to AYANA and was always amazed by the scope of the property and the uniqueness of its offerings, from the iconic Rock Bar to the world’s largest Aquatonic Seawater Therapy Pool, the Spa on the Rocks, the Villas as a separate ‘resort within a resort’ to the main Hotel, the wedding chapels and the diversity and quality of its 12 dining venues. I am honored to have the opportunity to lead this resort to continued success in the future,” he said.

A member of the World Affairs Council, Linsley is passionate about community welfare and devotes much of his personal time to helping those less fortunate. He is eager to resume his community activities in Bali, as well as explore more of the island on his Harley Davidson. An outdoors enthusiast, his interests include collecting art, travel, photography, cooking and sailing.
 


Keeping Bali Hotel Guests Safe and Sound
Safety Audits for 25 Starred Hotels in Bali Now Underway

The Bali chapter of the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI-Bali) is targeting by the end of 2012 to have audited the safety systems of 25 four and give star-rated hotels in Bali.

“We are targeting to audit the safety and security systems of 25 starred hotels before the end of the year in anticipation of the APEC Summit in 2013,” said the Executive Director of the PHRI Bali, Ida Bagus Purwa Sideman on Wednesday, November 21, 2012.

As reported by the State News Agency Antara, the hotels undergoing the safety audit are located in the Nusa Dua and Jimbaran areas of Bali. Hotels in these areas will be those primarily used by delegates attending the APEC Summit in 2013.

Sideman explained that 14 of the hotels to be reviewed are located within the Bali Tourism Development Corporation (BTDC).

Once it is determined that the hotels meet safety requirement they will be issued with safety management audit certificates from the police, replacing existing safety certification issued by the Bali police.

Sideman said other hotels in Bali would be audited for safety certification once the initial 25 are complete.

According the PHRI-Bali chief, Bali is serving as a pilot-project of a national wide safety management system to be eventually introduced across Indonesia by the Minister of Tourism and the Creative Economy.


Conserving Energy and Resources in Bali
Former Indonesian Tourism Minister Says Water and Energy Conservation are Now Keys to Sustainability of the Tourism Sector

Former Indonesian Minister of Tourism and keen observer of the national tourism industry, I Gede Ardika, has declared that the development of sustainable tourism projects demands conservation of water and energy resources as a necessary prerequisite.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, Ardika said: “The development of tourism must reduce the need for exploiting natural resources, such as water and energy, while at the same time avoiding the production of sewage and trash.”

Ardika’s comments were made during a presentation on green tourism delivered in Nusa Dua, on Wednesday, November 21, 2012.

According to the former Tourism Minister, the conservation of natural resources and reduction of environmental impact is now part of the standard of global tourism ethics and the Indonesian tourism law of 2009. Moreover, according to Ardika, the province of Bali has codified environmental conservation and protection in provincial regulations promulgated in 2012.

Ardika said tourism in Bali must preserve and promote local culture based on Hindu religious ethics, improve the island’s economy and enhance the people’s welfare while conserving the natural environment.


Nature’s Shake Up Call
Thursday, November 22nd Late Afternoon Earthquake Felt in Most of Bali

A 5.2 earthquake on the Richter scale shook the province of Bali on Thursday afternoon, November 22, 2012, causing some resident of the island to run into the street fearing worst shaking was to follow.

The Agency for Meteorology and Geophysics (BKMG) fixed the 5,2 Richter scale quake at a location just off shore form Bali’s Southwest Coast at a depth of 35 kilometers.

The time of the earthquake 5:09 pm local time.

No reports of damage were received in connection with the quake nor was there any threat of a tsunami.


Change at the Helm for ASITA Bali
Ketut Ardana to Head Bali Tour and Travel Agent Association

The Bali chapter of the Indonesian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (ASITA) elected its chairman on Thursday, November 22, 2012, to serve a four-year term of office until 2016.

At a meeting held at the Hotel Aston Conference Center in Denpasar, Ketut Ardana, the former secretary of ASITA-Bali was elected to lead the group.

Ketut Ardana is the Managing Director of Bali Sunshine Tour and Travels.

In winning the top post of ASITA-Bali chairman, Ardana defeated Putu Juares and Bagus Sudibya, who resigned from the race on election day.


Biznet Bali International Triathlon Set to Return
Registration Opens for BIZNET Bali International Triathlon on Sunday, June 23, 2013 - Early Bird Discounts Available.

Organizer of Bali’s only multi-sport race has announced the race date for the 2013 edition of BIZNET Bali International Triathlon. The recipient of several awards, including ‘Best Destination Triathlon,’ the Bali event will return for the 7th consecutive year on Sunday, June 23, 2013.

n in 2007, the BIZNET Bali International Triathlon has grown to become a major annual event for Bali and a fixture on the international sporting calendar.

“Since 2007, our event has extended its welcome mat to runners from around the world eager to experience a well-organized and safe race set amidst the natural splendor of Bali. Last year, during the sixth running of the race, we welcomed more than 900 athletes from some 29 countries to experience what has been dubbed ‘the triathlon for the soul.’ Today, due to the unfailing support of the Balinese community, the race has become a popular part of the international sporting calendar,” explained John “Jack” Daniels, co-founder of the race and president director of Bali Discovery Events.

Continuing as the title sponsor for the third consecutive year is BIZNET Networks - a leading telecommunication, fiber optic Internet and multimedia provider in Indonesia. As in past years, Bali Intercontinental Resort, AYANA Resort and Spa, The Four Seasons Resort at Jimbaran Bay and the more than 100 hotels and resorts that are members of the Bali Hotels Association also generously support this year’s race.

Andreas Kansil, race director for the BIZNET Bali International Triathlon, said: “We’re expecting more racers than ever in 2013. In anticipation of that, we’re making some significant changes in the race route, particularly for the running legs that will now explore a new area of picturesque Jimbaran Bay. Back by popular demand in 2013 will be our Balinese bike blessing; the welcoming cocktail, the delicious high-carb race eve dinner; the ‘rock the race party’ on Sunday evening at the AYANA Resort and Spa; and the expansive race-central entertainment and transition area at the InterContinental Bali Resort."

Participants can now register online through the official race website at [www.balitriathlon.com] re-launched with a new look and improved functionalities for the 2013 race. Valuable race updates and special offers on accommodation and Bali activities are available by regularly visiting the website or by signing up for the complimentary race newsletter.

Triathletes can enjoy “early bird” entry rates available until the end of December 2013.

For more information, please visit www.balitriathlon.com or [email] .
 


Unlicensed to Kill
Another Balinese Child Dies Needlessly on the Island’s Roadways

The carnage on Bali's roads continues. The Bali Post report that, once again, the scourge of children operating motor vehicles on Bali’s highways has once again claimed the life of a school-age child.

The latest report comes from the regency of Buleleng in North Bali where a high school boy is dead and two others badly injured in a collision between two motorcycles on Jalan Raya Singaraja – Seririt at the village of Anturan on Thursday, November 22, 2012.

Dead is a 14-year-old boy, Kadek Karuna, of the village of Sudaji in the sub-district of Sawan. Meanwhile the two students who have been warded in local hospitals are 16-year-old Putu Dodik Suardika of Kaliasem village and 13-year-old Sawal Saputra of Kalinukbuk.

The calamity occurred when Putu Dodik Suardika, driving a Suzuki motorcycle with license plate DK7912 UG, accelerated from the west colliding with another motorcycle DK 8539UF, a Honda driven by Saputra and carrying Karuna, cut off the other bike.

The resulting collision sent the motorbikes and their passengers hurtling down the pavement. Putu Dodik suffered wrist injuries. Meanwhile Saputra incurred serious head injuries that included a broken jaw, while Karuna died at the scene of the accident.

The police spokesman for the Buleleng, I Nyoman Widastra, told the press the accident was due to the drivers being "less than cautious" in the operation of their motorcycles. Widastra, however, apparently made no mention of the fact that both drivers were operating vehicles without licenses and Indonesia's minimum age of 17-years  for drive licensing.

It also remains unclear if  the parents of either boy or the owner-of-record of either motorcycle will be charged with contributory negligence or manslaughter for enabling children to drive on the public highway.

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Pausing the Pump
No Subsidized Premium of Solar to Be Sold at Bali Gas Stations on December 2, 2012

Detik.com reports that the Gas and Oil Distribution Agency (BPH-MiGas) has decided to set Sunday, December 2, 2012 as a day “without subsidized fuel.”

On that day all gas stations in Java, Bali and five other large cities in Indonesia will refuse to sell premium and diesel (solar) fuel.

The five cities joining the one-day ban on subsidized fuel are Medan, Batam, Palembang, Balikpapan and Makassar.

The senior vice-president for fuel marketing and distribution for PT Pertamina, Sukartoko, BPH has isolated December 2 as the day in which gas stations will not sell fuel product subsidized by the government.

The purpose to the day is to remind the public to eliminate or reduce the used of fuels subsidized by the government.

On that date attendants will only be allowed to sell non-subsidized fuels, such as Pertamax.


Dutchman Dies in North Bali Road Accident
66-Year-Old Dutch Tourist Dies When Motorcycle Struck by Unlicensed 17-Year-Old Balinese Boy

A Dutch national died in a motorcycle mishap on the Singaraja to Lovina road in Buleleng regency on Thursday, November 22, 2012.

66-year-old Henk Goarenstroom died instantly from head injuries sustained when he fell from a motorcycle being driven by fellow Dutchmen Barry Roggeween (43).

According to the State News Agency Antara, Goarenstroom was not wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.

The motorcycle carrying the two men was struck by a motorcycle driven by 17-year-old Gede Suardana in the village of Baktiseraga in Buleleng.

Police report the 17-year-old Balinese was unlicensed.


A Queue Most Moribund
A Breakdown of the 117 People Sitting on Death Row in Indonesia

As Indonesia ponders the possibility of abolishing the death penalty, it is timely to attempt a census of the number of people literally sitting in the shadow of death on death rows in various prisons across the archipelago.

Here's the breakdown:
  • There are presently 117 people sitting on death row. 58 (49%) of this total are in connection with narcotics offenses. This overall total of 117  may not include 4 people recently sentenced to death in Bali for the murder of a local family near Benoa.
  • Of the 117 total of condemned convicts, 76 (64%) are Indonesian nationals with the remaining foreign nationals.
  • Of the 41 foreigners awaiting an early morning firing squad across Indonesia, 12 (29%) are Nigerian; 6 (14,6%) are Chinese; 3 (7.3%) are Australian; 3 (7.3% are Dutch); 2 are Malaysian; 2 are Pakistani; 2 are Brazilian; 2 are form Malawi; 2 are South African; 1 is Indian, 1 is Thai; 1 is from Ghana, 1 is from Nepal; 1 is from Senegal, 1 is from France; and 1 is from Zimbabwe.
  • 76 people have exhausted all avenues of appeal and are therefore subject to execution at any time. Of this total of 76 people, 15 convicts (19.7%) have been on death row for less than 5 years; 48 (63.2%) have been on death row for 5-10 years; 12 (15.8%) have been on death row for 10-20 years.
  • One convict, Bahar bin Lastar (67), had been on death row for more than 20 years until his death from natural causes in a Cilacap, West Java prison in August of 2012.
  • Indonesia has executed 60 convicts since 1979. The last and most recent slew of executions took place in 2008 when 10 prisoners were put to death. 


Pet Peeves
Driver from Bali Prima Tourist Transport Inter-Island Bus Company Caught Trying to Smuggle Prohibited Animals into Bali

Rudy Siswanto, a driver from Bali Prima Tourist Transport, has been apprehended by Bali police while attempting to smuggle four dogs and a civet cat from Java into Bali via the port of Gilimanuk.

The importation of dogs and other pets from outside Bali is strictly prohibited as parts of the island’s drive to eliminate rabies.

Siswanto managed to sneak the animals past inspectors at the ferry port of Gilimanuk only to be caught in a police roadside inspection in Tembles, Mendoyo.

The animals were all caged in plastic kennel boxes complete with the names and addresses of individuals in Bali designated to take delivery of the animals.

As reported by Radar Bali, the small bus, its driver and its illegal shipment of animals were all detained at the Mendoyo police station.

The driver, Siswanto, admitted that this was the second time he had smuggled animals from Java.

Following its apprehension by police, the vehicle was delayed in its journey awaiting the arrival of quarantine officials from Gilimanuk. The illegal importation of animals is in violation of the law can result in a fine and imprisonment.

Standing procedures are for any animal confiscated in such instance ae for their destruction by quarantine officials.


Australia on Sale!
Visit Australia Pass from Virgin Australia - Exploring Australia and New Zealand Now Cheaper than Ever

With soaring number of Indonesians visiting Australia, Virgin Blue Air Pass makes visiting “Down Under” more affordable than ever.

While some restriction apply, the Virgin Blue Air Pass allows Indonesians and others nationals the opportunity to use GST-free fares to and from Australia around the comprehensive ports-of-call they fly through New Zealand and Australia.

The prices are unbeatable:
  • International flights from Bali to Virgin’s Australia international gateways in Australia start from AU$199.
  • Cross Country flights in Australia from AU$199.
  • Coastal flights start from AU$130
  • Metro flights start from AU$100
  • Quick Fly flights start from AU$90
These special fares are only available on a minimum of 3 flights and a maximum of 8 sectors issuable in a single Visit Australia Air Pass.

Rules do apply:
  • Tickets can only be purchased by foreign residents or people who are not a tax resident of Australia or New Zealand.
  • Your residential address must be outside of Australia or New Zealand.
  • The ticket must be purchased from outside Australia or New Zealand. Payment by cash or credit card is possible, but credits used must not be issued by an Australian or New Zealand bank.
  • The Virgin Australia Sales Agent office in Bali can assist. [Email]  or telephone ++62-(0)361-286283 or any travel agent in Indonesia.
  • Tickets must be purchased prior to arrival in Australia or New Zealand.
The Virgin Blue Air Pass allows travelers flying from Bali to explore 6 destinations in New Zealand and 38 destinations across Australia.

Call Jeffrey Rade in Bali at ++62-(0)361-286283 or [Email]  to make a booking or learn how visiting Australia now cost less than ever before.


Here We Come A ‘Caroling
December 2012 Program of Christmas Music Presented by Bali Community Choir

The Bali Community Choir – a group of singers comprised of Indonesians and expatriate residents of Bali – are performing a series of Christmas concerts at various locations across the island.

Founded over three years ago and led by retired “Sing Australia” director Brendan O'Donnell, the choir recently was honored to perform at the 10th Commemoration of the Bali Bombing held at Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park and broadcast live to the Australian continent.

Look for the Bali Community Choir on the following dates and locations:
  • Saturday, December 15, 2012 – Performing at the SKAL Travel Industry Ball, Nikko Bali Resort and Spa
  • Wednesday, December 19, 2012 at 7:00 pm and 8:30 pm – Performance of a program of Christmas Carols and sing-a-long at Wicked Parrot Bar and Restaurant, Sanur. Special buffet on offer.
  • Friday, December 21, 2012 at 7:00 pm – Christmas Carols at Biku Restaurant, Kerobokan, Bali. Admission Free.
  • Sunday, December 23, 2013 at 6:00 pm – Program of Christmas Carols at Sheraton Kuta Hotel. Admission Free
  • Sunday, December 23, 2013 at 7:00 pm – “Carols in the Mall” at the Beach Walk Shopping Center, Kuta Bali. Admission Free.
Join the Fun, Join the Choir

Open to anyone who likes to sing, the Bali Community Choir rehearses every Tuesday evening from 7:00 – 9:00 pm at the Gateway Community Center on Jalan Danau Batur No. 3 in Sanur.


 
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