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BALI UPDATE #934 - 27 July 2014

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Connecting Indonesia to the World
Garuda Indonesia Links Internationally with Etihad Airways

After announcing plans to resume schedule air service to London, Garuda Indonesia will also fly to six more European and Middle Eastern destinations as part of a code-share agreement with Etihad Airways, the flag carrier of the United Arab Emirates.

The new services will provide Indonesians in inbound tourists to Indonesia with flight connections to Frankfurt, Brussels, Milan, Dusseldorf, Munich and Bahrain.

Under the terms of an agreement formalized in October 2012, Etihad Airway's network of 80 destinations in 50 countries will be available on an inter-airline basis to Garuda Indonesia passengers.

Etihad Airways will market Garuda services to Denpasar, Manado, Surabaya, Balikpapan, Makassar, Amsterdam and Abu Dhabi through its existing international marketing network.

Etihad passengers throughout the Middle East and Europe will also be able to book tickets and fares to Australia under the terms of the code-share agreement.


 


Silent Day and Silent Night
March 12, 2013 – Bali to Close for 24 Hours for “Nyepi” – a Day of Official Silence

Bali governor Made Mangku Pastika has written to four Ministers of the Indonesian government regarding plans to close Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport on Tuesday, March 12, 2013, in observance of the Balinese “day of silence” marking Indonesia New Year (Hari Suci Nyepi Tahun Baru Saka 1935).

I Ketut Teneng, the spokesman for the Province of Bali, said: “The letters have long been sent. We hope the information will be shared with all concerned parties, both domestic and international.”

Teneng confirmed that the letter dated November 6, 2012, was sent to the Minister of Transportation EE Mandindaan, Minister of Foreign Affair Marty Natalegawa, Minister of the Interior Gamawan Fauzi and the Minister of Communications and Information Tifatul Sembiring.

The letter was also sent to the directorate generals of land, sea and air communications, the House of Representatives in Bali and all regencies and mayoralities in Bali. Copies of the letter were also sent to 27 government agencies in Bali including the Airport Authority.

As with past celebrations of Hari Nyepi – the day of absolute silence in Bali, which commences the Hindu New Year in Bali, the island comes to a complete standstill with guests confined to their hotels, street devoid of all traffic and seaports and airports closed from sunrise on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 until the following morning.

On the night prior to Nyepi, Bali’s streets and village will come alive with colorful street parades, reminiscent of mardi gras, in which ogoh-ogoh – large Papier-mâché statues, are paraded through the streets carried on the shoulders of young men in a night of frantic celebration preceding the 24-hour period of complete silence during which devout Balinese seclude themselves in their homes.


No Need for Double Payment of Training Stipend
Bali Manpower Clarifies Training Compensation Fund for Expatriate Workers in Bali

On January 20, 2013, Balidiscovery.com published the [High Cost of Playing by the Rules in Bali] , which stated: "The Bali provincial administration will soon be charging a Rp. 1 million (US$100) monthly fee when extending working permits for expatriate workers in Bali. To be charged on a yearly basis (US$1,200), the fee will apparently be paid in addition to another US$1,200 fee already charged as a contribution to a training fund by the department of Manpower when renewing work permits each year.”

The Head of the Bali Provincial Department of Manpower, I Wayan Suasta, SH, has written to Bali Update seeking to make the following clarification:
  1. The statement is not correct; only one payment would be made either for a new working permit or renewal, not a double payment as stated in the article.
  2. Compensation funds for new working permits still have to be paid to the designated State bank (BNI Bank) at a rate of US$100 per month for each expatriate. 
  3. Renewal of working permits retribution fee processed at the Investment Licensing Board (BPMP) for Bali (for working location in more than one region of the Bali province) will be paid to the regional bank to be appointed base on regional regulations and determined to be US$ 100 per month for each expatriate (converted to Indonesian Rupiahs at Rp. 1 million).
  4. Prior to the determination of regional regulations, expatriate employers may still process renewals at the BPMP Bali provincial office without the bank payment receipt attached.
  5. The obligation to pay the retribution fee for working permit renewals have already been renewed must be paid immediately by the expatriate employees after the regional regulation is announced. Payment will be due on the remaining months of the subject working permit’s period of validity.
Balidiscovery.com thanks I Wayan Suasta of the Bali Manpower Office for taking the time to issue a clarification in this matter.


Keeping On-Line Travel Legal
Bali Hotel and Restaurant Association Want Hotels to Cooperate in Regulating Unlicensed On-Line Travel Agents

As part of ongoing efforts to regulate illegal travel agents in Bali, the vice-chairman of the Bali Chapter of Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI-Bali), Nyoman Suwidjana, says complete data from hotels in Bali is needed to catalog all the online travel agents (OTAs) currently working with Bali hotels.

Suwidjana insists that the member hotels of PHRI should readily and happily provide this information when asked by the government or associaitions.

Quoted by Bisnis Bali, Suwidjana said on Tuesday, February 19, 2013, that in principle all travel agents cooperating with hotels in Bali must be licensed. The holding of the valid licenses by travel agents, he said, means the subject travel agent is acting responsibly, including their on-line sales practices.

According to Suwidjana, on-line travel agency transactions have their own share of strengths and weaknesses. The hotels generally receive orders for rooms from on-line travel agents with, in many cases, the customer paying directly to the hotel. This removes the need for hotels to collect money from travel agents.

Among the weaknesses, the on-line travel agent are often unable to guarantee their bookings, while hotels have difficulties charging “no-show” fees when guest fail to materialize. He also contends that on-line travel agents can be guilty of “double booking” as a means to block rooms for sale to their clients.

Nyoman Suwidjana said on-line travel agents in Bali must become member of the Indonesian Association of Travel Agents (ASITA), urging, in turn, that ASITA consider opening a special on-line division.


Complaining at the Highest Level
Australian International Airlines Ranked in Terms of Fewest Passenger Complaints Received

The Australian Airline Customer Advocate (ACA) has published a report comparing for the period July to December 2012 the Australian carriers flying internationally, measuring each airline in terms of the number of complaints received.

According to the statistics compiled by ACA, the winners and losers were:
  • Virgin Australia ranked best, with only 0.14 complaints received by the ACA for every 100,000 passengers carried.
  • QANTAS came in second-best with 0.16 complaints per 100,000 passengers flown.
  • Jetstar racked up 1.44 complaints per 100,000 passengers.
  • For cancellation and refund requests, Tiger Airways ranked worst with average 2.17 complaints per 100,000 passengers during the period June-December 2013.
ACA who serve the public by moderating complaints against the airlines say they received a total of 442 complaints during the July-December 2012 period. Of that total, 429 complaints were finalized with 283 in the passengers' favor. The average complaint took 14.3 days to resolve.

The ranking top complaints received by ACA were:
  1. Cancellation/refund request 31%
  2. Flight delay or cancellation 18%
  3. Fees or charges 16%
  4. Website 9%
  5. Terms and conditions 5% 


The Meanest Cut
Korean National Injured in Savage Knife Attack in South Bali. Assailant Held by Police

DenPost reports that a South Koran national, Kim Seong Cheol (42), was attacked on the evening of Monday, February 18, 2013, outside a sushi restaurant on Jalan Darmawangsa in South Kuta, Bali.

A man wielding a knife savagely attacked Cheol. As the wounded Korean sought refuge inside the restaurant, his attacker made off with the Korean’s car.

An employee of the restaurant, Fredy Firdausi (24), gave chase to the attacker now driving the stolen vehicle, pursuing a man later identified by police as Alexander Sakan (29).

The chase continued to Tanjung Benoa, the southernmost area of Bali, where local villagers, alerted by Firdausi, mobbed Sakan. Undeterred, Sakan then unsuccessfully tried to make good his escape on a local speedboat.

Such was the severity of the beating meted out by local residents that the blade-wielding attacker required hospitalization in the intensive care of Bali’s Sanglah Hospital.

The motive for the attack remains unclear as does whether the two men knew each other.

Sakan, who hails from Kupang, attacked the Korean at 12:30 am in what was reported as a frenzied assault on Kim while sitting at the wheel of his car in front of the restaurant. The attacked inflicted a cut on the Korean’s left arm requiring 25 stitches and a 3 cm cut on the man’s neck. The wounds were treated at a local hospital on an outpatient basis.

Police are waiting for the assailant’s condition to improve sufficiently to allow questioning.


Heavy Rains Close Main Road in Bali’s North
Bali's Singaraja to Bedugul Road Closed and Two Villagers Killed by Landslide

Two people died in landslide that occurred on the main roadway connecting Bali’s northern capital of Singaraja and Bedugul on Tuesday afternoon, February 19, 2013.

The deaths took place at kilometer 15 near the village of Gitgit, The bodies of two men, both from Gitgit, Gede Muliawan Temaja (27) and Gede Mertada (35), were found in a ravine, a distance from the landslide on Wednesday morning where they had been swept along by mud and flood waters.

The men lost their lives while working with members of their community trying to clear away soil and debris deposited on the highway by landslides. The first landslide took place at around 5:30 pm during a torrential downpour that started at mid-day. While working on clearing the road, a second landslide at 6:00 pm swept 10 local citizens off the road and into the nearby ravine. 8 of the 10 men survived with Muliawan and Metada losing their lives in the incident.

The road was returned to service on Wednesday, the day following the landslide.


Empowering Small Hotel and Villa Operators
Chandra Himawan Heads Hotel Link Solutions - Bali Offering Digital Marketing Solutions to Small and Medium-Sized Hotels and Villas

As part of its expansion across Southeast Asia and the South Pacific, Hotel Link Solutions have appointed Bali Discovery Tours – Bali’s leading destination management company as the exclusive sales agent of its digital solutions to local businesses in the hospitality and tourism industry.

The new division of the Bali-based company, operating as Hotel Link Solutions – Bali is licensed to use an advanced software system that provides digital marketing solutions primarily for small to medium sized hotels, guest houses, condotels and villas. By providing fully-functional websites incorporating a state-of-the-art booking engine, accommodation providers obtain a level of control over their pricing and inventory, previously only available to branded hotels. Hotel Link Solutions also provides hotels and villas with travel channel management featuring real-time instant access to leading On-Line-Travel-Agents (OTAs) ensuring the widest distribution of their room inventories.

Hotel Link Solutions-Bali now has in place a dedicated team of professionals able to quickly and efficiently enhance the online presence of local accommodation providers. Options offered to by Hotel Link Solutions-Bali include booking widgets for established websites, template-driven websites and channel management.

Chandra Himawan

Heading Hotel Link Solutions-Bali is Chandra Himawan, a Jakarta native, and a multi-degree holder with degrees in hotel management from Trisakti University and the University of Salamanca in Spain.

Prior to heading Hotel Link Solutions-Bali, Chandra worked for several years as a broadcaster with TV One in Jakarta, undertaking a number of overseas broadcast assignments.

“We understand that e-enabling small accommodations providers is the next step in Bali and the rest of Indonesia to improving the service quality and increasing revenue in the tourism industry,” stated André Franchini, CEO of Hotel Link Solutions. “Also, by providing the right solutions to hoteliers, they will have more control of their online presence, which is key in any successful marketing strategy.”

Joining the Bali-based project in December 2012 and undergoing a period of training at an international gathering of Hotel Link Solutions professionals in Vietnam, Chandra Himawan is now busily signing up hotel and villas in Bali and other parts of Indonesia.

Said Chandra: “It is particularly rewarding to be able to offer a low-cost digital marketing solution to Indonesia accommodation providers that virtually eliminates the cost of maintaining an in-house IT department, empowers owners and operators with new real time flexibility in pricing and inventory control, and has a proven ability to increase on-line bookings through on-line linkages we facilitate with major OTAs.”

About Hotel Link Solutions

Hotel Link Solutions is a first-generation digital-marketing services provider for the accommodation industry. As a WHL Group and ResOnline joint venture, Hotel Link Solutions has tapped deep resources and wide industry reach to develop a world-class and competitive range of products. Hotel Link Solutions is committed to building a sustainable future for travel and to ensuring that all relationships with clients, staff, business partners and host communities are win-win.

[Hotel Link Solutions Website

[Email for Hotel Link Solutions-Bali]  
 


Built to Specifications
Bali Stones Hotel Complies with Bali Zoning Regulations

The owner of The Stones Hotel in Legian, Bali are making good their promise of bringing their hotel into compliance the building plans and permits approved by the regency of Badung.

According to DenPost, those parts of the hotel and entertainment complex being modified are a bale bengong (traditional Balinese gazebo), a recreational area and a swimming pool located on an upper floor.

The modifications to bring the building into compliance with its approved building plan were supervised by Tjok Alit Krisdiyana of the Badung Zoning Authoritt on Tuesday, February 19, 2013.

The renovations follow several written warnings served on The Stones by Badung authorities for failing to build in strict compliance with the architectural plans approved by the government.

The head of the Badung Zoning Authority (Cipta Karya Badung), Desy Darmayanti, expressed her thanks to The Stones for their readiness to bring their building into compliance with their approved plans and add Balinese ornamentation to the structure as required by local regulations.

A spokesman for the Hotel said further plans will see the installation of 22 Balinese statues on the property’s grounds and the renaming of public rooms to reflect elements of the regency of Badung. “This shows our awareness after receiving instruction and guidance from the Badung administration,” said Made Dharmayasa, representing The Stone’s ownership.

[Living in Glass Houses]
 


A Silent Escape with Bali Hai Cruises
Nyepi Escape to Lembongan Island with Bali Hai Cruises

i is the perfect time to escape with a partner, family or friends to the clear azure waters and pristine sandy beaches of the Island Paradise at Lembongan Island.

Bali Hai Cruises has created a first-come-first served Bali Hai Tide Huts - Nusa Lembongan Escape over the Nyepi period that offers for Indonesian residents and travel industry colleagues a special price, free island transfers and 2 nights accommodation for two persons in a Bali Hai Hut for only Rp. 2.2 million (US$220).

The fully inclusive package includes:
  • Cruise transfer on Bali Hai II to and from Lembongan Island.
  • Departing: Monday, March 11, 2013.
  • Returning: Wednesday, March 13, 2013.
  • Morning Coffee/Tea and Fresh baked pastries-served onboard.
  • BBQ lunch on March 11, 2013.
  • Two nights accommodation in Bali Hai Tide Huts.
  • Breakfast on March 12 and 13, 2013.
  • Bali Hai Pontoon and/or Beach Club activities on the March 11 and 13 2013.
  • Only Beach Club activities are available on “Nyepi Day” March 12, 2013.
Pontoon activities available on March 11 and 13 include: semi-submersible coral viewer, banana boat rides, water slide, snorkeling equipment and instruction and village tour.

Beach Club activities include a swimming Pool, children’s play area, table tennis and volleyball.

This special offer does not apply to existing bookings and booking conditions do apply. The Nyepi Nusa Lembongan Escape is valid for KITAS HOLDER and TRAVEL INDUSTRY STAFF checking in on March 11 and departing on March 13, 2103 and is available for all Bali Hai Huts categories, subject to availability at the time of booking.

This special offer must be booked directly with Bali Hai Cruises.

[Bali Hai Cruises
Benoa Harbour
Bali - Indonesia

Tel. +62 361 720 331 | Facsimile. + 62 361 720 334
[E-mail]  
 


Bless Bali's Best Friends
Bali Animal Welfare Association Receives Donation of an Animal Ambulance

The Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA) recently received a valuable donation of equipment to aid it in its charitable work of relieving the suffering and improve the health of Bali’s street dogs.

Because of funding provided by Australian Georgia Sakrzewski and the Sydney-based company The Interview Group, the 24-hour BAWA animal clinic in Ubud now has a motorbike ambulance standing by for rapid dispatch to bring injured and sick animals back to the attentive veterinary staff standing by at its Ubud facility.

In making the donation, both Sakrzewski and The Interview Group were motivated by the fact that they had recently lost much-loved canine companions and shared a knowledge of the continuing plight of Bali’s Street Dogs.

Georgia, who purchased the vehicle, now known as “Lily’s Ambulance,” explained her motivations: 
"Five years ago, I adopted a neglected puppy, Lily. She grew into a loving and wildly mischievous dog. When she died recently under tragic circumstances, I wanted to do something special to honor her memory."

Georgia continued; “I have long admired BAWA’s work, and when I discovered that they needed a donated motorbike ambulance to expand their rescue services, I couldn't think of a more perfect tribute to Lily. Knowing that many animals will be helped through the act of honoring Lily has provided me with unexpected peace and joy. To anyone experiencing a dark time, I would highly recommend performing an act of kindness as a way to bring light to yourself and the world around you.”

BAWA corporate supporters The Interview Group have provided funds for the operational costs of the life-saving ambulance bike were also moved to assist BAWA by the loss of a pet. The Interview Group’s founders, Matt Ma & Lenorë Lambert, recently lost their pet, Buddy Brown, and are using the project as a means to commemorate their companion.

Describing their friend Buddy, the Lamberts added: “He was a rescue dog when we got him but ended up having a wonderful life, just like many of the dogs that BAWA helps. He had been confiscated from his previous owner for neglect, so it’s kind of fitting that we support a service that rescues other dogs.”

About BAWA

BAWA supports a fully staffed clinic in Ubud, a 24-hour animal ambulance, a mobile sterilization clinic, an education program, a puppy adoption program together with a range of community outreach programs.

[BAWA Websitie


Drivers’ Education
Tabanan Bali Cracks Down on Illegal Tourism Transport

29 drivers of illegal tourist transport were brought before a special tribunal at the Tabanan District Court on Tuesday, February 19, 2013. The gypsy drivers were captured in raids and document inspections held at major tourist attractions in Tabanan conducted at Ulun Danu, Tanah Lot and Batukaru.

According to the Bali Post, the drivers complained that the Rp. 300,000 fines imposed by the Court was too burdensome, with one of the men having to seek contributions from others in attendance in Court to cover the expense. Had any of the men failed to pay the fine, the Court was prepared to impose a 7-day jail sentence.

“Rather than jail, it’s better to just pay the fine, although the amount is quite high,” complained Made Bo, one of the illegal transport drivers from Denpasar. Bo explained that he earns an average income of Rp. 300,000 per day – an amount that must be cut further to pay for vehicle rental, fuel and other costs. On the average, a driver is fortunate to take home Rp. 100,000 for a full days work.

Many of the drivers told the press that they are attempting to obtain tourist transport licenses. This process, they claim can take an extended period of time and cost up to Rp. 5 million (US$500) per vehicle.

The penalty imposed by the sole presiding judge Gede Yuliarta was substantially less than the maximum allowed under the law of Rp. 5 million (US$500) or a jail term of 3 months.

The raids carried out at the tourist objects were a joint operation carried out by police, regency enforcement officers, transport office officials and members of the Bali Guide Association.
 
During the raids, 67 vehicles carrying tourist were inspected resulting in 29 found to be operating without a suitable tourist transport license in hand for their vehicle.


Chinese Checkers
Chinese Workers at North Bali Power Plant Deported

The National News Agency Antara reports that 12 Chinese workers employed at the Steam-powered electrical generating plant (PLTU) in Celukan Bawang, Buleleng, North Bali have been deported by immigration authorities.

The head of the Singaraja immigration office, Filianto Akbar, said, “The 12 foreign workers from China were deported because they did not hold work permits issued by the Ministry of Manpower or related agencies.”

He explained that all foreign workers employed at the PLTU Celukan Bawang must meet two requirements: they must have temporary stay permits and work permits issued by the appropriate departments.

“The fact is that those that were deported only held visitor visas. They had been told long before to meet all the legal dosumentationrequirements for foreign workers,” added Filianto.


Bali Prepares to Regulate Local Fruit Sales
New Regulations to Compel Hotels to Use Local Fruit Produce and Ban Imports

The Jakarta Post reports that the province of Bali plans to propose specific bylaws protecting the market for local farmers by controlling the sale and consumption of local fruit.

The measure is seen as needed to curtail the use of imported fruit products, much preferred by locals and oftentimes sold at Bali markets for less than their local counterparts.

Bali’s governor Pastika said. “I strongly support the council’s initiative to prepare a draft bylaw for the protection of local fruit.”

The new bylaws, once promulgated, will address the sale of fruit and require the Island’s hospitality industry to purchase local produce.

“We encourage the participation of all stakeholders on the island, including hotel managements, restaurant owners, supermarket managements and the people, as well encouraging them to adopt the regulations stipulated in the proposed bylaw,” said Pastika.

The governor sees the bylaw as needed to protect local farmers and to help reduce poverty on the island.

“It has been a great challenge for us to think about optimizing our surplus fruit harvests. The planned bylaw is expected to regulate the trade of these fruits,” he said.

The new bylaws will also be designed to support the “Bali organic program” that is encouraging organic farming practices among the Island’s agriculturists.

Justifying the new laws, Pastika said: "Our local fruits are delicious and vary in type. Many tourists are actually more interested in tasting tropical fruit while they are on holiday here."
 


Who’s in Charge Here?
Bali Hotels Association Appoints its New Board of Directors

The Bali Hotels Association (BHA) has recently appointed its new board of directors for 2013. The board was formally inaugurated at a meeting held on February 13, 2013, at the Conrad Bali Resort.

Bali Hotels Association is a professional group of star-rated hotels and resorts in Bali. Members include general managers and senior executives from more than 100 hotels and resorts in Bali that representing more than 15,000 hotel rooms and almost 30,000 employees in tourism sector.

“The appointment of a new Board of Directors is key to improving our strategic and operational leadership in the hospitality industry,” said newly appointed chairman, Alessandro Migliore. “With some of the old board members staying in positions, we ensure that we make the very best use of their combined wealth of experience and knowledge. In turn, this ensures that our association serves the best interests of its members, of the industry as a whole, and, of course, Bali itself."

2013 Board Members

The roster of the new Board for 2013:
  • Chairman: Alessandro Migliore
- General Manager, Royal Beach Seminyak
  • Vice-Chairman: Jean-Charles Le Coz
- General Manager, Nikko Bali Resort & Spa
  • Executive Director: Djinaldi Gosana
  • Director of Finance: Stephane Varoquier -
General Manager, Holiday Inn Resort Baruna Bali
  • Director of Marketing & Media Relations: Ron Nomura
- Director of Marketing, Hyatt Resorts Bali
  • Director of Environment: Christiane Wasfy -
General Manager, Anantara Seminyak Bali
  • Director of Government & Organizations Relations: Hengky Tambayong - General Manager, Harris Hotel & Residences Sunset Road Bali
  • Director of Education, Training & Scholarships: Francis Dehnhardt
- General Manager, Aerowisata Sanur Beach Bali
  • Director of Safety And Security: Troy Sinclair
- General Manager, Batu Karang Lembongan Resort & Day Spa
  • Director of Community Relations & Charity: Virginie Sandstrom
- General Manager, Harris Resort Kuta
  • Director of Sports, Arts & Cultural Activities: I Nyoman Sudana
- Executive Assistant Manager, Bali Tropic Resort & Spa
 
BHA’s New Chairman – Alesandro Migliore

Born and raised in Sicily, Italy, Alessandro Migliore is a graduate from the Hospitality College in Palermo. He has spent much of his career working overseas in 13 different countries before arriving in Indonesia. Alessandro started his Indonesian assignments in 2001 by leading a number of Accor hotels.

The new BHA chairman has strong views on the development of the tourism industry on the island. “Right now, the natural environment has become a primary issue to focus on due to the inevitable side effects of the island's rapid development. Of course, as an industry player, I feel compelled to be involved at a level greater than that of a GM. So I feel it a duty and an honor to serve BHA as Chairman, serving alongside an equally committed Board.”


You’re So Vein
Bali Red Cross Blood Donation Center Seeks Support from Foreign Visitors and Residents to Maintain Critical Blood Supplies

The Indonesian Red Cross Blood Donation Center operated at Bali’s Sanglah General Hospital is soliciting blood donations from foreign visitors and residents in Bali, particularly those with rhesus negative blood types needed to maintain a sufficient stand-by  blood supply.

As reported by Bali Daily (The Jakarta Post), AAG Sudewa, the director of the Red Cross Blood Donor Unit (PMI - Palang Merah Indonesia) needs a large supply of rare rhesus blood for hospitals from across Indonesia who ask the Bali Center’s help when these blood products are needed.

Only 0.01% of native Indonesian’s have rhesus negative blood, necessitating help from foreign blood donors where the occurence of such blood is much higher in the geneal population.

A directory of foreigners living in Bali with rhesus negative blood is maintained by PMI Bali. Sudewa, explaining further, said: , “we also need to have some ready stock, so that we don’t have to call future donors, and pick the first person, especially when an emergency case occurs.”

Current plans are also to seek the assistance of Bali hotels and immigration to help publicize the drive for donation of blood by suitable foreign visitors.

Under that plan, a mobile medical team will come to the hotel and perform the donation procedure for guests who contact the hotel's reception indicating their readiness to donate their rhesus negative blood.

The Bali Blood Bank maintains a five-day supply of blood, dispensing around 100 bags of blood each day.

Due to a blood drive held in conjunction with Valentines Day, the blood supply as of February 22, 2013 stood at almost 500 bags comprised of 265 bags of type O, 166 bags of type B and 125 bags of type A blood.

He said many people “panic” and immediately resort to the social network seeking blood donors in times of a medical emergency before first checking if local supplies at the Bali Blood bank are sufficient.

The PMI Bali Blood Bank maintains a [Facebook Page]  with the latest information on any urgent need for blood donors.

UNIT TRANSFUSI DARAH PEMBINA PMI DAERAH BALI

RSUP Sanglah
Indonesian Red Cross Blood Transfusion Unit

Sanglah General Hospital

Jalan Kesehatan
Denpasar
Telephone: ++62-(0)361-227 224


Public Bus Service to Bali’s Airport in 2013
Trans Sarbagita Bus System Network to Soon Include Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport

Bali Daily (The Jakarta Post) reports that the Trans Sarbagita Bus System will extend its network to include a Sanur-Ngurah Rai International Airport-Nusa Dua route later this year.

The new service will provide an economical and efficient means of accessing the airport for both air travelers and those working at the airport.

Bali’s governor Pastika said: 

“We have discussed the plan for Trans Sarbagita to serve a new route to Ngurah Rai airport. We hope it can be completed soon.”

In operation since August 2011, the Trans Sarbagita System currently provides a network that connects Batubulan (Gianyar) to Nusa Dua and Denpasar to Jimbaran.

Emphasizing that care would be taken in designing the new airport route, Pastika said, “We don’t want to wipe out long-standing transportation services.”

The airport is presently served by a monopoly taxi service operated by a local cooperative of questionable legality under Indonesia’s anti-monopoly regulation of 1999.

The governor is seeking a way to introduce a means to introduce the public bus service to Bali’s airport that will not upset existing modes of transportation, legal or otherwise.

Initially, 8 busses are to be operated on the Sanur-Airport-Nusa Dua route to serve an estimated 8,000 workers at the airport and a large number of domestic and international travelers.

[Public Bus Service to Bali’s Airport]

[The Need for an 'Air Bus' in Bali]

[Putting The Consumer First]

[Ending the Taxi Monopoly at Bali’s Airport]

[Self-Serving or Serving the Public?]

[Is Bali's Airport Taxi Operation Illegal?]


Bali Exports Less Locally-Produced Goods
Bali Handicraft Exports Declined 18.3% in 2012

The National News Agency Antara reports that exports by Bali’s cottage industries declined 18.3% in 2002, down from US$192.12 million in 2011 to US$157.02 million in 2012.

The chief spokesman for the province of Bali, I Ketut Teneng, the decline in handicraft exports was due to economic recession and declining demand.

Although on the decline, the cottage industry sector in Bali contributed 32.6% to Bali total export earnings of US$481.83 million in 2012.

Textiles, garments, footwear and handbags dominate Bali’s handicrafts exports. Major destination markets are the U.S.A., Australia, Singapore and the European Union.


Honoring Bali’s Living Cultural Treasures
Bali Increasing Lifetime Achievement Awards to its Artists and Performers

The provincial government of Bali will present special awards to senior artists every August 14th, the date Bali celebrates its elevation in statis becoming a province of Indonesia in 1958.

The awards are reserved for artists and performers who have earned acclaim through the quality of their work and their long-term dedication to entertaining the public.

The provincial government of Bali, in cooperation with the provincial House of Representatives (DPRD-Bali), is now in the process of reviewing and enhancing regulation regarding the enhanced rewards for Balinese artists.

Quoted by Kompas.com, Ketut Suastika, the head of Bali’s Culture Department, said, “The Artistic Award will be called the Dharma Kusuma.“

The prize will consist of a gold medal weighing 20 grams and a separate cash prize of Rp. 10 million (US$1,000) that will be given to 9 Balinese artists selected to receive the Dharma Kusuma Award hailing from the 9 regencies and municipalities of Bali.

A similar award has been presented each year since 1984, but the addition of 20 grams of gold forged into an award is a new innovation.

One of the artists slated to win the award this year is Dolar, a traditional Balinese stage performer who is currently hospitalized after suffering a stroke.


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Nyepi at the Ayung Resort Ubud
Hear the Silence, Feel the Peace in the Jungle Hilltops of Ubud with Special Nyepi Offer from Ayung Resort Ubud, Bali


Product Update

Experience peaceful serenity and pamper yourself on Nyepi day Tuesday, March 12, 2013 ensconced in a Deluxe Room or a Rumah Kudus Villa while allowing the silence and peace of Nyepi to envelope you at the Ayung Resort Ubud.

Nyepi is a day of absolute silence that marks the start of the New Year in Bali when all daily activities on the Island come to a halt from sunrise on March 12, 2013 until sunrise the following day.

The special package price for a Deluxe Room is Rp. 4.825.000 net per couple for a 2 nights and 3 days experience.

Meanwhile, the price for Rumah Kudus Villa with a private pool is Rp. 14.245.000 net per couple.

The Nyepi Hear the Silence and Feel the Peace Package Includes:
  •  2 Nights and 3 Days accommodation in a Deluxe Room or Rumah Kudus Villa.
  • Welcome drink and fragrant chilled towel upon arrival.
  • Daily buffet breakfast for 2 persons at the Wijaya Kusuma Restaurant.
  • Free wireless Internet access.
  • Enjoy lessons in the creation of traditional Balinese cultural handicrafts together with meditation and yoga classes.
  • Free shuttle service to Ubud town center (not available on March 12).
  • Buffet lunch for 2 at the Wijaya Kusuma Restaurant on Nyepi day.
  • Buffet dinner for 2 at the Wijaya Kusuma Restaurant on Nyepi day
  • 25% OFF for spa treatments at the Dewi Sri Spa on a minimum  2 hours spa treatment
Terms & Conditions:
  • Valid for period of stay on 11 – 13 March, 2013 (2 nights, 3 days)
  • Unused package inclusions are not redeemable for cash
  • Extension nights available at Rp. 1.495.000 net room/night or Rp. 6.500.000 net villa/night in a Deluxe room or Rumah Kudus Villa, respectively.
  • Rates include buffet breakfast at the Wijaya Kusuma Restaurant.
  • Children and Extra bed are not allowed at the “Rumah Kudus Villa’s”
  • The Package is only valid for domestic, KITAP or KITAS holders
  • Above rates are inclusive of 21% tax and service charge
  • Advance reservation is required
Book your Nyepi package now by:

Telephone: +62-(0) 361 900 1333 (Liza at extension 841 or Wija at extension 804)

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