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BALI UPDATE #937 - 18 August 2014

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Awaiting an Opening
BUMN Minister Confirms President to Open Benoa-Nusa Dua Toll Way on Monday, September 23, 2013

The State News Agency Antara reports that the Minister of State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN), Dahlan Iskan has confirmed that the often-postponed inauguration of Bali’s new toll road will now finally take place on Monday, September 23, 2013.

Referring to the Presidential visit to Bali to open the new road, Dahlan said, “SBY is planning to personally inaugurate the Bali toll road."

According to the BUMN Minister, the official opening of the road will take place one week before the APEC Summit scheduled to take place October 1-8, 2013 in Bali.

Confirming that he has personally inspected the new 12.7-kilometer road on a number of occasions, Dahlan added: “Everything is according to schedule. Moreover, the completion of the road was even faster than anticipated. The paving and installation of road markers, toll booths and lighting is now completed.”

Safety testing and roadworthiness evaluations were undertaken in mid-July 2013.

The construction of the highway suspended over mangrove forests and Benoa Bay was undertaken by a project consortium comprised of a number State-owned companies: PT Jasa Marga Bali, PT Pelindo III, PT Angkasa Pura I, PT Pengembangan Pariwisata Bali, PT Wijaya Karya, PT Adhi Karya and PT Hutama Karya.

The new toll road is also equipped with wind speed monitors, CCTV cameras and separate lanes for motorcycle traffic.

Less than one-week prior to its formal commissioning, the official name of the new toll road remains a well-kept secret.


Time on Your Hand in Bali
Bulgari Designs a Wristwatch Dedicated to Bali

Bulgari has introduced a new limited edition watch dedicated to the Bulgari Hotels and Resorts, Bali. Conceived as a “must-have” for Bali and timepiece aficionados, the Bulgari Diagono Aluminum Limited Edition “Bali watch” combines the core values of unique Italian design with top Swiss watch-making expertise.

The extremely elaborated 44 mm case of this chronograph is enhanced by the bold combination of carbon fiber. To match the design requirements and the highest quality standards, the timepiece features an internal steel structure that has been coated with a carbon fiber layer. The watch is available in two versions –automatic movement and date with and without chronograph.

The limited edition numbers are engraved on the back case and ‘BALI’ on the dial.

The watch is on display at the Bulgari Boutique . Extremely collectable and available on a first-come-first serve basis. It is retailed exclusively at the Bulgari Hotels and Resort Bali.

For more information or to reserve your Bulgari Diagono Aluminum Limited Edition “Bali watch” [Email Bali Watch].


Yak a Little! Yak A Lot!
Vote for the 2013 Yak Awards and Join the Party on Friday, September 27, 2013

Each year Bali’s leading lifestyle magazine that covers a wide beat of tourism, fashion, sport, interior design, tropical living, real estate, health, spirituality, food, wine and art presents the annual Yak Awards to those deemed by its readers to be “the best of the best.”

Now in its ninth year, the Yak Awards have now been handed to some 171 awardees.

The public is invited to participate in the Yak Awards on several levels.

Vote for the 2013 Yak Awards

Voting on line for the 2013 recipients is available until September 24, 2013.

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Join the Party

Each year the Yak Awards are announced at a lavish party attended by the “Who’s Who” of Bali society.

This year’s awards will be presented at the Vue Beach Club @LV8 Berawa on Friday, September 27, 2013 between 6:00 – 9:00 pm.

Tickets, available on a first-come-first-served basis can be purchased in advance for Rp 750,000 or at the door for Rp. 950,000.

After party passes allow entrance after 9:30 pm and can be purchased for Rp. 250,000.

More than Just Mowtown

This year’s theme is More than Just Motown with attendees encouraged to come dressed in a style reminiscent of the very late 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s. Draw your inspiration from Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, The Supremes, The Marvelettes, and Gladys Knight & the Pips.

Music apropos to the period will be provided by DJ Gus Till and The Jim Larkin Motown Band.

As with past events, food and drink will be copious with culinary sponsorship coming from Anantara Uluwatu, Charlie, Ku De Ta, La Finca, LV8, Merah Putih, Motel Mexicola, Mulia, Oazia Spavodka Lobster Bar, POD chocolate and Teatro Gastroteque. Beverage sponsorship for the evening provided by Kim Crawford Wine, Plaga Wine, Beringer Sparkling, Louis Roederer Champagne, Padron Cafe, Ciroc Vodka and Sagatiba.

For more information and tickets [Email The Yak]  or telephone ++62-(0)361-766539.
 


Howling at the Moon
Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA) Ordered to Close its Doors

Radar Bali (Jawa Post Group) reports in its Wednesday, September 18, 2013 edition that the first in a series three formal warning letters has been issued and sent by the Gianyar Regency Enforcement Team (Satpol PP Gianyar) to the Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA). The Satpol PP confirmed that the BAWA Clinic would be closed due to the Association's inability to comply with a number of permits and licenses required under the law.

On September 16, 2013, representatives of BAWA, led by one of its founders Drh. Dewa Made Dharma, visited the offices of Satpol PP. That visit was in response to an initial warning letter (SP1) that included a formal summons to appear, issued after an earlier sudden inspection visit to the clinic.

In the meeting with Satpol PP, the delegation from BAWA reportedly said they were resigned to seeing their clinic in Lodtunduh (Ubud) closed as it would be impossible to meet all the licensing requirements specified in the SP1 in the limited time specified. "BAWA only asked us to find a solution for the 87 dogs now housed at the clinic," explained the head of Satpol PP Gianyar Gede Daging. Adding, "We will certainly do this, but this does not diminish our duty to forcibly close their clinic because it has been proven that they have violated many permit and licensing requirements."

As regards the closing of the clinic, Daging said his office would follow the established protocols of enforcement. A second warning letter (SP2) will be sent to BAWA in seven days. Three days after that, a third and final warning (SP3) will be served paving the way to forcibly close the clinic, if necessary. "The closure will follow the mechanism; we will wait until the SP3 is issued," said Daging.

BAWA is reported to be resigned to the closure of the clinic by Satpol PP, but is refusing to comment publicly on the case. "For today we have no comment. Our statement will be prepared later," said the operational manager of BAWA, Ranggawisnu.

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A Tail Most Sad
Official Statement from BAWA on the Ordered Closure of Bali Clinic

On Thursday, September 20, 2013, the Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA) issued the following statement via their Facebook page in connection with their ordered closing by Bali Animal Husbandry officials:

Official Statement of BAWA

We are humbled and grateful for the thousands of messages of support from animal lovers throughout Indonesia and across the world to the reports that BAWA will be forced to close its doors.

We apologize for not updating you earlier but we have been totally immersed in trying to care for our animals, while trying to understand and co-ordinate with officials to comply with required licenses and permits due to recent changes in regulations.

BAWA is investigating the many stories circulating and will update you as we learn more. We are trying to understand why all of a sudden animal welfare organizations have been raided in Bali and requested to comply with regulations within impossible time frames.

We receive calls every hour with reports of sick and injured animals, puppies and kittens discarded in rubbish dumps, beaches etc. and are at a loss as to why anyone would want to shut down the island’s free animal rescue service.

Please continue to report injured, orphaned and sick animals to our hotline numbers as we are putting contingency plans in place.

Rest assured we will work tirelessly to ensure that all animals are free of suffering on the island. We thank you for your continued support.


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Prices are Soaring
Bank Indonesia: Inflation Nearing Double-Digits in Bali and Nusa Tenggara

Bank Indonesia reports that the rate of inflation for Bali and Nusa Tenggara (Bali-Nusra) in on the verge of breaking into double-digit territory.

Beritabali.com reports that Bank Indonesia recorded an 8.83% rate of inflation rate for Bali-Nusra for the month of August. That rate is slightly higher than the 8.79% rate of inflation recorded nationally during the same month.

The head of the Bank Indonesia in Bali, Dwi Pranoto, said on September 17, 2013 that the rate of inflation for only West Nusa Tenggara in August hit 9.83% compared to 8.35% on the island of Bali.

Dwi Pranoto said the relatively high rate of inflation was being driven by higher fuel costs and higher electrical rates. He went on to warn that a high rate of inflation will upset regional development, deter new investment and eventually result in a reduced standard of living for the people living in this area.


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Monkeying Around in Bali
Justin Bieber Comes to Bali for Musical Inspiration

In the past, Bieber's fondness for monkeys has brought the superstar into problems with law enforcement when earlier this year German customs officials seized his pet Capuchin monkey.Various media sources and twitter account @justinbieber leave little doubt that the Canadian “wunderkind “was in Bali this past week to visit the local tourist sites and work on an upcoming musical release.
squo;s twitter account, although not mentioning Bali by name, includes “tweets” announcing the 19-year-old was completing a musical project “in Paradise.” That the paradise was Bali was confirmed by pictures tweeted by Bieber and pictures of Bieber taken in locations outside his South Bali hotel.

Bieber’s view on Indonesian recording capabilities have apparently moderated since April 2012 when Bieber caused chagrin among his many Indonesia fans when he blamed the quality on one his musical tracks on the “random country” where the technicians “didn’t know what they were doing.” Bieber was referring to Indonesia, a fact confirmed by Bieber’s manager.

Bieber’s visit to Bali included stops at a nearby temple populated by wild monkeys, evoking a tweet at @justinbieber of “I love monkeys.”

ber's fondness for monkeys has brought the superstar into problems with law enforcement when earlier this year German customs officials seized his pet Capuchin monkey.


Baliís New Welcome
International Terminal at Baliís Ngurah Rai Airport Now Open for Business

On Thursday, September 19, 2013, PT Angkasa Pura I (PAP-I) began the process relocating all operational aspects of its service to international air passengers to it newly opened international terminal at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport.

PAP-I
is the management authority of Bali's airport.

The CEO of PAP-I, Tommy Soetomo proclaimed the massive relocation project a success.

As reported by Bisnis.com, the new terminal welcomed its first guests when 209 passengers aboard China Airlines MU 5029 from Shanghai landed at 6:22 am. Eight minutes later at 6:30 am, 68 passengers touched down on Malaysia Airlines (MH 867).

With the exception of a few minor teething problems and reports of longer-than-normal delays at some service counters, all aspects of the new terminal including baggage claim, visa-on-arrival, immigration, customs and other aspects operated largely according to plan.

Tommy Soetomo shared his pleasure at the smooth welcome afforded international passengers on Thursday, telling the press the transition had run smoothly.

To mark the special occasion directors of PAP I were on hand to welcome the China Airline passengers, bestowing the passengers with floral leis while traditional dancers and a gamelan orchestra added to the merriment.

Soetomo declared that after one year and three months of ongoing construction the new international terminal of the Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport commenced operations on September 19, 2013.

Soetomo described how the international terminal has seven baggage collection carousels, twenty visa-on-arrival counters, twenty-six immigration lockets and three customs inspection areas.

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Paradise as a Parking Lot for Planes
At least 15 Presidential Aircraft Expected to Park in Bali During APEC Summit

As many as 15 presidential aircraft carryings heads of state attending the Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit (APEC) will be parked at Bali’s newly renovated airport in early October.

During the Summit on International Sustainable Development segment of the APEC Conference October 5-7, fifteen VVIP aircraft have confirmed their need for apron space in Bali.

Military officials overseeing the allocation of apron space told the State News Agency Antara that the type of aircraft to be used by four of the fifteen heads of state remain unconfirmed, complicating efforts to finalize parking plans.

Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has issued instructions ordering that all presidential planes be allocated apron space in Bali.

President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin have advised Indonesian authorities that each will bring two presidential aircraft to Bali.

Meanwhile, authorities in Bali confirm that space will be found to park the aircraft used by heads of state.

The Government of Indonesia has announced extended periods during October 6-9, 2013 when Bali’s airport will be closed to commercial aircraft to allow the smooth arrival and departure of VVIP aircraft.

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An Open Letter to Governor Pastika
Bali Update Editor, John Daniels, Writes Baliís Governor on Behalf of Baliís Dogs and BAWA



Dear Governor Pastika:

First of all, forgive this intrusion on your crowded schedule in the lead up to the APEC Summit.

But I feel compelled to write in order to call to appeal your assistance in an unfortunate developing situation that I believe is within your power to remedy.

Over the past days, animal welfare authorities in Gianyar have ordered the closure of the Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA), citing a number of licensing and registration violations by the BAWA Animal Clinic in Lod Tunduh, near Ubud.

Given a deadline of only days to prepare licenses that require weeks of detailed preparation and processing, the workers and volunteers now face the inevitable closure of their animal clinic and the resulting dilemma of how to find homes for the nearly one-hundred animals now under BAWA’s care. 

Since its establishment nearly a decade ago, BAWA has made tremendous strides in improving the lot of Bali’s dogs and other pets. It has launched educational programs in local communities and schools; provided free clinics for pets;  established a 24-hour animal ambulance service; created an effective adoption program for stray or unwanted animals; and played a front-line role in the critically important battle against rabies now underway in Bali.

Fiercely committed to animal welfare and impatient with the enormity of the task at hand, BAWA and its supporters have sometimes been guilty of over-zealousness, trampling on a the feelings of some members of the community along the way. Despite any missteps BAWA may have committed, the overwhelming evidence remains that Bali is a much better place today because of BAWA’s untiring devotion the island’s pet population.

In the process of educating the people of Bali on the plight of its street dogs BAWA has also happily learned of the strong support of the Balinese community for their work. Many Balinese doctors and community members work as volunteers; make donations; and participate in rounding up street dogs for vaccination, sterilization and medical care. Along the way, the Balinese volunteers at BAWA have shared the epic Mahabrata story,known to every Balinese child, of Yudistira whose kind manner was capable of taming even the wildest animal.

This deeply ingrained Bali-Hindu deference to all living creatures, is also embodied in the blessing for animals sought from the Almighty each Tumpek Kadang day. A shared sense of kindness to animals is part of the spirit that motivates BAWA’s ambulance workers who responds at any hour of the day and night when called to assist a sick animal or a dog injured on the Island’s busy roads.

Bali's reputation as a world renowned tourist destination has been aided by BAWA's work. Tourist visitors to Bali are relieved to know that injured animals encountered while touring the island are urgently cared for by the workers and volunteers of BAWA.

Such good work on behalf of Bali and its animals are now at risk of coming to an endwith the coming closure of BAWA.

Dear Bapak Pastika, because of your personal background as a top law enforcement officer in Indonesia you know that there are always two options available when faced by those who have made mistakes and failed to follow the law. Those choices are: strict enforcement of the letter of the  law or alternatively  educating and counseling the public to follow the law and eliminate future errors.

Given adequate time and guidance from animal welfare officials, I feel you can be certain that BAWA would spare no effort to comply with all existing rules and regulations in order that they continue with their important work. If you could mediate the needed additional time for BAWA to work with officials to put its documents in order, not only would Bali retain this valuable community asset but BAWA would be able to forge a more positive working relationship with the Island’s officials in the future.

As the clock ticks down on BAWA’s continued existence, your intervention is urgently needed to see that the work of this outstanding community organization is allowed to continue without compromising any existing rules and regulations.

On behalf of the wagging tails and cold noses seeking everyone's care and consideration, permit me to thank you for taking the time to read this letter.

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Honoring the Badge
Bali Police Asked to Improve Poor Image by Pursuing High-Profile Corruption Cases

The Bali Post cites that corruptions is on the increase in Bali, calling for the recent appointment of Brigadier General Julius Benny Mokalu as the Island’s new Chief of Police to provide an impetus to improve the image of the Bali police by bringing a new aggressiveness to the style in which criminal corruption cases are handled.

The Bali Post
declared that a new commitment must be found to improve the current image of the police as the most corrupt agency of the government.

The chairman of the NGO National Committee to the Rescue of National Assets (Komnas PAN) in Klungkung, Made Raka Adnyana, said on Friday September 20, 2013, that the police force in Bali must find the courage to change their corrupt image. He said this could be achieved by being bolder in handling unsolved major cases. Regardless of the details and those involved in any corruption case, the police must be proactive in their enforcement in order to restore public faith in the Bali police.

Making his point, Adnyana added: “It’s like the case in Klungkung for the pier at Gunaksa. There were indications of corruptions since 2007. Only after the prosecutors took charge in 2013 did the Bali Police Headquarters rush to begin to investigate the case. Confusion resulted.”

This was also confirmed by Made Raja who told The Bali Post how the police only called him to give a statement in the Gunaksa case after prosecutors had begun busily investigating the matter. Made Raja said the police in Bali must be more aggressive and intensive in handling cases, particularly large-scale corruption cases.

Raja added that police were merely trying to achieve a targeted number of cases by selectively pursuing only smaller cases involving village chiefs, subak heads and other small fry. He warned that this course of action by the police would do nothing to change the very poor image of the police.

The anti-corruption movement in the regency of Tabanan is also looking hopefully to the change of command in the Bali police in order to clear the backlog of long-neglected cases. That was the hope  expressed by the coordinator of the Movement for Public Morality (GMT), Ketut Semadha Putra, shared with the press on Friday, September 20, 2013.

Semadha called on Bali’s new chief of police to be more proactive in solving a number of corruption cases, including suspicions of subterfuge surrounding plans for the reclamation of Benoa Bay; the pier project at Gunaksa in Klungkung; and irregularities in the construction of housing for government employees in Tabanan. Semadha also cited the case of land acquisition for the Nyitdah International Hospital project.

Semadha added: ”With the new chief of police, we hope for stronger law enforcement against corruption. Let there be an end to the reluctance to take action.”


Change of Directions on Bali Roads
Many U-turn Points along Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai Closed to Ease Traffic Flows During APEC

In order to reduce traffic congestion on the run-up to the APEC Conference, police will close a large number of U-turn points along Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai, beginning from Tohpati in East Denpasar to the southernmost end of the road in Nusa Dua.

Police have also said they will be increasing the height of the median divide on the road in selected areas in order to deter illegal crossings and U-turns.

The Director of Traffic at the Bali Police Headquarters, Commissioner Benone Jesaia Louhenapessy, who also serves as the chairman of the Public Transport and Road Forum for Bali, said on Friday, September 20, 2013: “This is the result of an agreement reached after a survey was conducted by the Public Transport and Road Forum. The traffic jams along this road results from too many U-turn points where vehicles stop and wait for a chance to reverse direction.”

As reported by DenPost, the survey was conducted to determine the potential for traffic jams and help identify areas prone to accidents. “The are more than ten U-turn point that were identified as excessive," said Benone.

For that reason these U-turn points along Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai have now been closed:
  • The Sarbagita Bus Halte in Tohpati - Desa Kertalanggu.
  • In front of Trakindo in Sanur.
  •  In front of the Pertamina Office.
  • In front of the Indonesia Power Office in Pesanggaran.
  • In front of the Garuda Office in Sanur.
  • In front of Kopi Bali in Sanur.
  • On the West side Instalasi Pengolah Air Limbah (IPAL) DSDP Suwung.
  • In front of the Gas Station (SPBU) in Pemogan.
  • Near Boshe Night Club.
  • In Front of the Prudential Office.
  • In front of Indo Raja Walet.
  • West of the Yamaha Dealership in Nusa Duaa
Half U-Turn points (i.e. points where U-Turns are permitted only in a single direction) that will be closed:
  • In front of the Gas Station (SPBU) in Serangan
  • In front of Laras Bali
The median divide is being  raised to deter motorcycles performing illegal U-turns are located at:
  • Near the bridge as Tukad Sanur.
  • Near the bridge at Tukad Loloan.
  • Near the bridge at Tukad Buji.
  • Near the bridge at Tukad Kuta.
A number of other measures intended to reduce traffic congestion are also being undertaken, including adding more traffic control signage and the installation of traffic lights at the Ngurah Rai Monument and the connection point for the new toll road at Nusa Dua.

If these changes to traffic patterns work well during the APEC conference police will consider making these changes permanent.


Keeping Your Feet Dry in Sanur
Sanur Slated to Build Wharf for Local Ferry Boats

The Jakarta Post (Bali Daily) reporst that a pier will soon be constructed for use by the many boats operating from Sanur Beach to the Nusa Penida Islands.

Plans for the new wharf were confirmed by Gede Astika of the Denpasar Transportation Agency, following the completion of a feasibility study conducted by the City.

The pier is to be used by the small ferry boats that embark and disembark passengers on Sanur Beach, not far from the Inna Grand Bali Beach Hotel.

Funding will come from the Central Government in Jakarta.

Technical plans for the pier are in the process of being drawn up preliminary to the commencement of a formal biding process.

Tens of boats depart every day from Sanur ferrying locals and tourist visitors to the three islands that comprise Nusa Penida: Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan.

Plans for the pier form part of a larger development plan for Sanur, which has been designated as a Strategic National Tourism Area (KSPN) by the national government. Among the other improvements planned for Sanur are jogging tracks, a dedicated area for souvenir shops and a waste management system.


Burying the Hatchet in Bali
PDIP Party Announces its Intent to End Political Opposition to Bali Governor Pastika

The Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDIP), who fought a hotly contested battle for the governorship of Bali against Made Mangku Pastika, is now seeking a rapprochement with the Island’s newly re-elected chief executive.

During a plenary session of the Bali House of Representatives (DPRD-Bali) on Friday, September 20, 2013, a spokesman for the PDIP-Bali announced that their faction in the House would abandon its opposition role during Pastika’s final term of office.

I Nyoman Parta of the PDIP Party said: “The law on local government clearly states the local government is the governor and the council. In this light, it’s not appropriate if the council assumes the role of the opposition.”

The announcement came as a political surprise from a party that has in the past seen fit to oppose Governor Pastika at every turn, reflecting a very bitter estrangement between PDIP’s chairwoman Megawati Soekarnoputri and the Governor.

The move by the PDIP bodes well for future political cooperation between the DPRD and the Governor for the coming five years. PDIP holds 24 seats (44%) of the 55 seats in the Bali House of Representatives (DPRD).

Indications are that the newly discovered spirit of cooperation between the Governor and the PDIP will see an end to the party’s opposition to Pastika’s popular Bali Mandara Program that provides government-paid medical care for Bali residents and unrelenting vehement attacks by the PDIP on Pastika stemming from now-abandoned Benoa Bay reclamation project.

Pastika welcomed the truce with the PDIP and the opportunities  he says it presents for all stakeholders to work together on behalf of the Balinese people.
 


Internet Cable TV Comes to Bali
Biznet Launches the First Cable High Definition TV in Bali

To celebrate its 13th anniversary PT Supra Primatama Nusantara, more generally known as Biznet Networks, has launched Internet and Cable TV services in Bali.

Adi Kusma, President Director of Biznet Networks, speaking at the Bali launch party on Sunday, September 15, 2013, said that people in Bali can now enjoy max3 Internet + Cable TV services. “Broadband Internet with bonus High Definition quality Cable TV is the latest innovation made by Biznet Networks. We are the first company to present Cable TV service with HD quality in Bali,” he said.

With monthly fees starting from Rp 250,000, customers can get entertainment through the Ultra Fast Internet and digital Cable TV services that feature 81 channels (55 Standard Definition channels and 26 High Definition channels), including local TV channels.

Media Partners Asia (MPA-a TV research institute in Singapore) claims Indonesia is comprised of more than 60 million households, 40 million of which own a TV. That same data shows that only 2-3 million customers subscribe for pay TV service. That leaves some 37-38 million households still watching free to air (FTA) channels.
timated that in the coming years TV cable subscribers in Indonesia will almost double to 5 million customers. Biznet Network’s Adi Kusma is optimistic that max3 will be eagerly embraced by the Bali marketplace.

Biznet Networks targets 1,000 subscribers through 5,000 homepasses built in Bali for their new service. The target markets for max3 are homes, apartments and villas. The present areas now served by Biznet’s max3 Internet + Cable TV are Seminyak, Ubud, Kerobokan, Denpasar, Kuta, Nusa Dua and Jimbaran.

For hotels, service apartments, hospitals and dormitories Biznet Networks offers max3 hospitality service - an integrated solution combining Biznet Dedicated Line and max3 Cable TV services.

The first hotel in Bali to sign up for max3 hospitality solution is the RIMBA Jimbaran Resort that opened its doors on September 18, 2013. “Our guests are hoping for the best services, and it has been our commitment to provide the best facilities such as high-speed Internet connection, WiFi, and high quality Cable TV with Digital HD to fulfill RIMBA’s guests satisfaction, ” explained Clive Edwards resort manager, RIMBA Jimbaran Resort Bali.

For more information telephone ++62-(0)361-500933 or visit the Biznet Networks office at Jalan Teuku Umar No. 226, Denpasar.

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Half a Solution
Agreement Reached Between Ngurah Rai Airport and P2B Averting Threat of Airport Blockage

A meeting between the Airport Traders Association (P2B) and PT Angkasa Pura I, mediated by Bali’s Deputy Governor Ketut Sudikerta, has achieved a measure of success in resolving the ongoing dispute between Balinese traders at Ngurah Rai International Airport and the airport’s management.

A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been signed between the Airport Authority and P2B providing 50 new shop spaces at the airport. The Head of the 9th Udayana Military Command and the Chief of Police for Bali witnessed the formalization of the MOU.

Sudikerta told Radar Bali that the parties had reached an understanding on the location for the kiosks within the airport and the 50 spots will be activated in stages as completion of the airport permits.

The chairman of P2B, Wayan Sukses, confirmed an agreement was in hand. The 50 places allocated to the 121 member P2B, while inadequate to the ideal number required, Sukses said his members would merge their operations to ensure everyone gets space to trade.

Meanwhile the general manager of PT Angkasa Pura I, Purwanto, said the 50 spaces for the P2B members would be realized in stages between now and April 2014 when all aspects of the arrival and departure terminals are finally completed.

Prior to coming to terms with PT Angkasa Pura I, P2B had threatened mass demonstrations at the airport before the end of September.

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You Take the Highway & Iíll Take the Toll Way
Bali Toll Way Opens on Monday, September 23, 2013. Free Use for the Public Until October 1st

After a number of postponements, Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono will officiate on Monday, September 23 at the inauguration of Bali's first toll road connecting Benoa – Ngurah Rai Airport – Nusa Dua.

To help celebrate the momentous occasion PT Jasa Marga Bali Tol – the owner-operators of the highway will allow the public to use the new road without charge until October 1, 2013.

The public is encouraged to try the 12.7-kilometer road during the week of toll-free travel, but, at the same time, are being urged to follow all posted rules for safe use, including honoring speed limits.

The fare structure commencing October 1, 2013 is broken down into six separate vehicle categories:
  • CATEGORY I: Four-wheeled vehicle (sedans, pick-up trucks and small vans) Rp. 10,000
  • CATEGORY II: Two-axle truck and Buses Rp. 15,000
  • CATEGORY III: Three-axel trucks Rp. 20,000
  • CATEGORY IV: Four-axel truck Rp. 25,000
  • CATEGORY V: Five-axel Truck Rp. 30,000
  • CATEGORY VI: Motorcycles Rp. 4,000
Jasa Marga Bali Tol will accept payment by cash or prepaid e-toll cards.


Bittersweet Memories of Italy
As Costa Concordia Righted by Salvage Experts, a Balinese Former Crewmember Waits for His Life to Get Back on an Even Keel

While the world watched the righting and refloating of the Costa Concordia in Italy this past week, the news coverage must have been especially bittersweet for a 32-year-old Balinese man, Nyoman Juniartha.

When the Costa Concordia sank on January 14, 2012, Juniartha was numberd among the casualties. A member of the ship’s crew, Nyoman fell 12-meters as the ship capsized. Hospitalized for six months the young Balinese man spent 6-months in Italian hospitals in Siene, and later in Rome. It was only in July of 2012 that the Balinese crew member was allowed to return to Bali, accompanied on his flight by an Italian nurse.

In the capsizing, Nyoman Juniartha suffered numerous injuries that included a broken backbone and a severed nerve that has left him confined to a wheelchair with no feeling below his waist.

As reported by NusaBali, since his return to Bali in the middle of last year, Juniartha has visited a number of doctors and medical centers seeking a “miracle” medial treatment that would somehow restore the full use of his legs.

Disheartened by a lack of progress, Nyoman has recently stopped attending twice weekly physical therapy sessions.

Also, as result of his accident, Nyoman Juniartha’s plans to marry his 25-year-old sweetheart, Ni Nengah Pariani, have been put on hold. The couple were originally schedule to marry in February 2012, one month after the ship’s tragic grounding.

Since his homecoming, Nyoman Juniartha has also managedto move from his parent’s simple home in Sanur to a new, more spacious house purchased on Jalan Sedap Malam in Denpasar where he spends his days in a wheelchair accompanied by his ever-faithful Nengah Pariani.

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Acquiring the Keys to Nirwana
MNC Group Looking to Finance 100% Stake in Pan Pacific Nirwana Resort at Tanah Lot

The PT MNC Group is reported to be in search of loans that would allow it to become the sole proprietor of PT Bali Nirwana Resort – a golf and resort facility in Bali near Pura Tanah Lot operated by Pan Pacific Hotels.

PT Media Nusantara Citra’s (PT MNC Group) core business is comprised of 3 Free-to-Air television channels – RCTI, MNCTV and GlobalTV – together with 16 channels created and produced by MNC that is broadcasted on Pay-TV.

The Jakarta Post (Bali Daily) quoted MNC Land director Daniel Yuwono who explained that MNC needs around Rp. 1 trillion (US$89.84 million) to acquire the entire hotel and recreational complex.

The remaining stake in the property is owned in its by PT Bakrieland Development headed by Indonesian presidential hopeful Aburizal Bakrie.

Yuwono added: “The company will use funds from the recent rights issue and seek loans to plug the remaining financial needs."

MNC Land, controlled by media tycoon Hary Tanoesoedibjo, successfully raised Rp 2.18 trillion via the sale of new shares in a rights issue. 



MNC Land signed a sales agreement on July 25, 2013 in which they purchased a 19.09% share of the Bali Nirwana property for Rp. 326,33 billion. A subsequent agreement signed on August 2, 2013, provided for the acquisition of an additional 25% share of the property for Rp. 427.54 billion.

The funds needed to satisfy the two agreements were provided from a rights issue that is subject to final shareholder approval.

A third agreement signed on August 2, 2013 provides for the purchase of the remaining 55.91% of the Bali property, with provisions allowing payment over a 12 month period that will require an estimated Rp. 956 billion to consummate.

Bali Nirwana reported revenues of Rp. 62.47 billion over the first five months of 2013 resulting in a net loss of Rp. 37.85 billion for the same period.

Bali Nirwana ended 2012 with a net loss of Rp. 206.68 billion, a retreat from the Rp, 33.22 billion net profit booked in 2011. A downturn in total revenues to only 157.77 billion in 2012, as compared to Rp. 189.5 billion in 2011 – played a major role in the move from profitability to loss.

The company’s balance sheet show total assets for the Nirwana Resort of Rp. 824.1 billion.


In a Holding Pattern Over North Bali
North Bali Airport Project Remains in Doubt

Uncertainty surrounds plans for North Bali Airport with NusaBali reporting that the Buleleng Group lobbying for the new Bali air gateway is in partial disarray following the retirement of the chief of the provincial Transportation – Information –Communication Office who served as the chairman of the group.

Dewa Punia Asa's recent retirement has seen the North Bali Airport Group left without its Captain, with requests for Asa to remain on in an advisory capacity thus far unanswered.

The Provincial Secretary for Bali Tjokorda Ngurah Pemayun told the press that Bali awaits the results of a feasibility study and a decision from the Ministry of Transportation specifying the ideal North Bali location for the new airport.

The chairman of commission III of the Bali House of Representatives (DPR), I Gusti Ngurah Suryanta, said that the North Bali Airport is slated for discussion and inclusion in the 2014 Provincial Budget for Bali (APBD). At the same time, Suryanta added: “Technical matters and air safety are the business of the Director General of Civil Aviation. We only prepare the location for the airport. We are waiting for a decision from the Central Government.”

NusaBali reports that residents of Sumberkima Village are expressing doubts that their area will meet the safety and flight operations requirements of aviation authorities selecting the location for the proposed airport.

A Sumberkima resident said: “It looks 80% sure that the Buleleng Airport project will be abandoned. The location of the proposed airport in Buleleng cannot be forced in matters concerning air safety. The information is that Sumberkima Village in West Buleleng and Kutambahan Village in East Buleleng have both been ruled out as not viable from an air safety standpoint."

The unnamed source said his information was received directly from those involved in planning the proposed airport. He added, “I don’t know if this information is just to slow down land speculators or if, in fact, both areas are unsuitable for an airport’s location in Buleleng.”

Separately a contractor from North Bali confirmed to NusaBali that property prices are doubling in certain areas of Bulelelng with agents and land speculators working hard to make a windfall profit from the proposed new airfield.

Both proposed locations in Buleleng are proving problematic as sites for a second major Bali airport.

The West Buleleng location of Sumberkima Village has raised issues of air safety and concerns that the need to reclaim land for the runway would be opposed by many in the community. However, in favor of the West Buleleng location is the fact that the provincial government owns a 650-hectare plot of land at the proposed location that will make land acquisition less of a problem. This location would also only require 4 religious temples to be relocated and minimize the need to relocate current residents.

Meanwhile the East Buleleng location at Kubutambahan, aside from any potential air safety issues, would require the relocation of thousands of households and at least 14 religious temples.

If, however, aviation authorities rule both locations unsuitable from an air safety standpoint, other matters relating to land acquisition for the new airport become instantly moot.

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Connected to Singapore
Garuda Indonesia to Fly Twice Daily Between Singapore and Bali Effective October 27, 2013

Garuda Indonesia plans to increase the number of flights from Singapore to Surabaya and Bali in October 2013.

The Indonesian national flag carrier plans to increase from one flight daily between Singapore and Bali to two daily flights effective October 27, 2013.

The Singapore – Surabaya segment now served by four flights a week will be increased to a daily service.

The new services will bring to more than 90 the number of flights operated from Singapore to the Indonesian destinations of Bali, Jakarta, Balikpapan and Surabaya by Garuda Indonesia.

The aircraft designated to fly from Singapore to Bali and Surabaya are the new Boeing 737-800 Next Generation updated with a new livery, enhanced interiors and full-service while in flight


Prude Warnings
Fear of Extremist Protests to Miss World Contest Prompts International Travel Advisories for Bali

A number of foreign embassies in Indonesia have issued warnings to their national to exercise caution during the Miss World Contest scheduled to end with the final selection of the winner on September 28, 2013 in Bali.

Embassies are warning of the threat of extremist attacks in the wake of threats of “holy war” against the international beauty pageant seen by fundamentalists as immoral.

Efforts to appease religious sensibilities by replacing the swimsuit competition segment of the contest with contestants wearing Indonesian traditional dress have apparently done little to placate members of the Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) whoissued demands to the Government for the event to be cancelled.

Among those countries issuing caution warnings are the American, British, Australian and Singaporean embassies.

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