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BALI UPDATE #946 - 20 October 2014

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The Partyís Over?
Indonesia Conference Association-Bali Chief Says Indications of Organize Sex and Drug Tourism Affronts Baliís Goal to Create Cultural Tourism

Public statements made by a prominent Bali attorney alleging drug and sex parties conducted by illegal Event Organizers in South Bali continue to evoke comments from a wide circle across the island.

Bisnis Bali reports that such activities in Bali are, in the opinion of the chairman of the Bali Chapter of Indonesian Conference and Convention Association (INCCA), I.B. Surakusuma, indications that tourism development in Bali is operating outside accepted standards and out of control.

He said the failure of the government to detect such activities at an early stage have sacrificed efforts to develop culture-based tourism in Bali and threaten the entire tourism industry.

Speaking on Saturday, December 7, 2013, Surakukuma, who is also known as Lolec, cautioned the Island’s tourism leaders not to follow every wish of the marketplace without first thinking of its impact on Bali’s unique culture.

Lolec warned that if those offering sex and drug parties in Bali are not apprehended and opposed, Bali’s tourism might be forfeited as a result.

At the same time, he said it would be a mistake to assume that all tourists coming to Bali are in search of drugs and sexual gratification.

Concluding that those offering such activities must be working with local partners, he called on the police and immigration to cooperate to put such practices to an end.

Lolec contends that those involved in using Bali tourism to traffic sex and narcotics are only interested in short term financial return done at the expense of the Island’s future. Continuing, he said those involved in this illicit business are using sophisticated networks to market their services, including the Internet, which demands a higher level of sophistication on the part of law enforcement officials in order to detect such activities.

The INCCA chairman called on the government and law enforcement agencies to educate the public on the dangers of sex and drug tourism, and the threat such activities pose to coming generations in Bali.

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Theyíve Got to be Carefully Taught
Bali Children's Project receives grant for Sex Education and HIV/AIDS from Mel Wolf Foundation (USA)

Important sex education, including HIV/AIDS awareness, will be provided for Balinese youth throughout 2014 because of a generous grant from the Mel Wolfe Foundation of Berkeley, California (USA) to the Bali-based charity Bali Children’s Project (BCP).
is a growing problem on the island of Bali where the economy is dependent on international and domestic tourism with health authorities estimating there may be as many as 26,000 island residents are infected, including an alarming number of women and children.

The highest rates of new HIV/AIDS infections occur among young men in their 20s contracted through heterosexual contact with commercial sex workers. In Bali this has resulted in concomitant high rates of infections among their young wives and their unborn children.

The BCP program of sex education and HIV/AIDS awareness aims to forearm young Balinese with information on how to prevent infection before they become sexually active members of the community.

The program of workshops providing sex education and how to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS is an ongoing initiative of the Bali Children’s Project (BCP), with regular training taking place in Gianyar, Singaraja and Bangli.

The additional funding provided by Mel Wolf Foundation will allow the development of more sophisticated teaching materials and the inclusion of more schools and villages across the entire island.

Linda Moselle Venter, a director of BCP, praised the support of the Mel Wolf Foundation saying: “The Foundation’s contribution will allow BCP to continue and expand a program that we know from first hand experience saves the lives of young Balinese and avoids the tragic social upheaval that results from the occurrence of an HIV/AIDS infection in a young Balinese household. This contribution, together with other support and the tireless dedication of our volunteers will help Bali turn the corner defeating the growing scourge of HIV/AIDS on the Island.”

Based in New Jersey (USA), the Mel Wolf Foundation benefits philanthropy, voluntarism and providing support to a number of Bali-based community initiatives to aid children, young mothers and programs for HIV/AIDS prevention.

About Bali Children’s Project

Bali Children’s Project (BCP) is a tax-exempt non-profit charitable foundation registered in California and Bali, Indonesia. BCP sponsors the educational programs for hundreds of Balinese children; creates and supports kindergartens and pre-Kindergartens; and provides classroom support, teacher training and special workshops for schools and villages. More support is needed.

Although incorporated in 2001, BCP has helped children in Bali for almost 20 years. It is dedicated to education as a means of improving lives of disadvantaged young people. Founded on the belief that children empowered to realize their potential, will enrich their own lives, their villages and, subsequently, contribute to the world.

Bali Children’s Project serves children throughout Bali and currently supports education completion programs for over 200 primary and high school students. Active in poor communities, BCP sponsorship programs often spell the difference between staying in school and dropping out. An active volunteer program also goes into villages to teach English and give specialized teacher training workshops.

Visit www.balichildrensproject.org or Email for more information, to donate, sponsor or work as a volunteer.

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A Fine Day for a Smoke
Bali Introducing Mobile Court to Instantly Punish Those Caught Smoking in Public Areas

Republika.co.id reports that those violating area designated as “no smoking zones” in Bali can expect to undergo immediate trial and sentencing.

The head of the Provincial Enforcement Agency for Bali (Sautan Polisi Pamong Praja – Satpol PP, Made Sukadana, said the trial and sentencing procedure at the "scene of the crime" for smoking in public is expected to serve as a deterrent to smokers. “They will be tried for violating a public misdemeanor,” said Sukadana on Wednesday, December 11, 2013.

He said that in the process of enforcing Bali Provincial Regulation Number 10 of 2011 on no-smoking zones, the Satpol PP would be cooperating with prosecutors and the Denpasar District Court. Also participating in the crackdown and “instant trials" will be representatives of the Civil Service (PPNS), the Bali Police and the Provincial Health Department.

Those caught in the anti-smoking sweeps will immediately stand trial at the scene of their crime. This is being done to speed up the legal process.

Among the No Smoking Zones that will be targeted for the sweeps and instant tribunals are public health facilities, places of education, houses of worship, public transport. Workplaces and public spaces.

At an initial sweep 18 smokers were cited from which 5 were given warnings and 13 fined on the spot for Rp. 50,000 (US$4.00).

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Go Forth and Multiply
Primate Population Pressures Prompt Call to Expand Ubudís Monkey Forest Complex

The manager of Ubud’s Popular Monkey Forest, located neat the heart of that community’s business center, says more space is needed to accommodate the burgeoning primate population.

Putu Suartika, the man in charge of the monkey sanctuary, told Bisnis Bali that more living space is needed for the primates and more parking space for the many visitors to the popular tourist attraction.

Suartika said that any improvement in the monkey forest’s area and facilities could be accompanied by a increase in the cost of admission, noting that no increase in entrance fees has taken place over the past four years.

The monkey forest is providing English lessons for those who work at the attraction and has installed a computer at the entrance gate.

The manager of the forest estimates that 80% of the park's visitors is comprised of foreign tourists.

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Itís in the Bag
Two Indonesian Woman Busted with 3.2 kilograms of Narcotics at Bali Airport

Customs and excise officers at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport have apprehended two women from Garut, West Java, caught while trying to smuggle 3.2 kilograms of methamphetamines into Indonesia.

Ihah Sholihah Uju (39) and Lasminah (44) were arrested after arriving on a Singapore Airlines flight SQ 942 on Sunday, December 8, 2013.

Acting suspiciously during a peak travel period, customs officials initially did not find any contraband when examining the women’s luggage. Further examination, however, yielded 3.2 kilograms of in their bag of the women who had been working abroad.

Both will be handed over to the Indonesian police once customs officials have completed their investigations.


Gaps in Bali Police Leadership
Head of Karangasem Bali Police Precinct Marks 2nd Death in Senior Police Command in as Many Weeks

Only days after the sudden and unexpected death of the second-in-command at the Bali Police, the chief of the Karangasem police precinct died on Sunday, December 8, 2013 at Bali’s Surya Husada Hospital following an extended illness.

The death of another member of the Bali police commands comes less than two weeks after Bali’s Deputy Chief of Police, Brigadier General Dewa Putu Anom, died during an official visit to Jakarta on Tuesday, November 26, 2013.

The chief of the Karangasem police post Rudi Effendi died at 7:30 pm on the Sunday evening, December 8, 2013.

Effendi, originally from Ponorogo, East Java, had been absent from his post for several months in East Bali due to lingering health problems. Prior to his death he had also undergone treatment in Singapore.

Effendi’s body has been dispatched to East Java for burial.

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Priced to Move
Bali Tourism Transport Costs to Increase 20%

Tourist transportation prices in Bali are set to increase following an agreement among members of the Bali Tourism Transportation Association (PAWIBA) to raise tariff prices by 20%.

As reported by Bali Daily, Bagus Soediana, the chairman of PAWIBA, said the increase is needed to cover the cost of to cover rising operational costs, including fuel.

Said Soediana: “The rising cost of equipment, staff wages and maintenance costs have all contributed to the tariff increase.

 We’ve only increased the tariff in 2013, which is almost eight years since the last tariff hike in 2005,”

The exact amount on the increase on tourist transport will vary depending on the type of vehicle, route to be traveled, distance and the quality of the vehicle used.

PAWIBA membership covers 130 companies operating a fleet of 1,000 buses, and 5,000 rental cars and vans.


Jetstar Cuts Darwin Ė Bali Service
Jetstar Cites Competition from Other Low Cost Carriers in Closing Darwin Base

Jetstar has announced a cessation of service to and from Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.

This decision will spell the end of flight services by the low-cost carrier between Darwin and Bali, Brisbane and Singapore.

Owned by the financially troubled Australian flag carrier QANTAS, Jetstar cited intense competition from other airlines as prompting their decision to cut Darwin services.

Qantas, one week before the Jetstar announcement, announced its decision to cut 1,000 jobs from their payroll over the coming 12 months.

Competition from AirAsia and Silk Air reportedly made it problematic for Jetstar to achieve profitable fare and occupancy levels from Darwin necessitating the closure of the Darwin base.

Meanwhile Jetstar will soon begin direct flights from Adelaide and Auckland (new Zealand) to Bali.


GHM to Open Fourth Bali Property
The Chedi Club Jimbaran to Open in Late 2014

GHM have announced plans to open its latest Bali property - The Chedi Club Jimbaran in the third quarter of 2014.
property will feature 34 pool villas within a 22,000 square meter plot of land on Jimbaran Bay, the design of the property has been entrusted to Robert Nation of Nation Architects with interiors by Indonesian designer Jaya Ibrahim.

The Jimbaran property will be the fourth GHM property in Bali joining The Legian, The Chedi Sakala and The Chedi Club Tanah Gadjah.

Hans R. Jenni, the president of GHM, said: "We are redefining the concept of a stay experience where guests have their own butlers, their own pools, and their own dining venues, in a setting that is not only private but rejuvenating. From a holistic standpoint, this exclusive property represents the opportunity for guests to appreciate yet another side of Bali, in a truly GHM style."


Not in Kansas
Putting Beliung Whirwinds Cause Damage to 80 Denpasar, Bali Homes and Send Two to Hospital

A wind spot resembling a small tornado touched down in Bali’s capital of Denpasar mid-day on Wednesday, December 11, 2013 causing significant damage to at least 80 homes and sending two people to hospital.

Dramatic YouTube footage provided a close of one of what may have been as many as three whirlwinds, know as putting beliung in Bali, that swept through the Denpasar sub-districts of Babjar Dukuh and Danjar Ambengan.

Roofing tiles became airborne and a number or trees were felled by the winds leveled several homes in the area and caused down power lines and blackouts.

The municipal government of Denpasar has promised to reimburse all damaged caused by the windstorm with steps underway to immediately provide new roofing tiles, repair materials and emergency household supplies.

The municipal secretary of Denpasar, A.A. Ngurah Rai Iswara told the press “all costs will be paid by the municipality.”
 


An Appetite for Kung Foo
Lawyer Tells Denpasar Judges that Attack on Bali Travel Agent by Feyloon Restaurant Owner and Manager Should be Viewed with Leniency

Two foreign businessmen are facing criminal charges in Bali for assaulting a travel agent who brought customers to the Feyloon Restaurant in Kuta.

Facing justice are Malaysia Frederick Wog Wei and Hong Kong citizen Wat Yiu Fai who have been charged with assault under Section 170 of the Indonesian Criminal Code (KUHP) with a maximum penalty of five years in prison.

Wong Wei who works as the manager of the Feyloon Chinese Restaurant and the Restaurant's owner Yiu Fai beat Bali travel agent Hendra Haryanto in a parking lot opposite their restaurant on August 4, 2013.

As quoted by the State News Agency Antara, Public Prosecutors Peggy Ellen Bawengan told the court that “both the accused joined in committing an assault that resulted in wounds on their victim.”

The court was told on Tuesday, December 10, 2013, how the travel agent did not realize he was being followed by the men when he returned to his car in the parking area and was set upon by Wong Wei and Wat Yiu.

The men knock aggressively on the car window of Haryanto and repeatedly struck the guide causing lacerations and bruises to the man’s face.

Haryanto tried to run away from the men but was cornered again at the adjacent gas station where the beating continued.

The owner and manager of the restaurant were reportedly upset by Haryanto’s refusal to pay an additional Rp. 10,000 (US$0.90) per customer when they wished to increase a group meal check from Rp. 150,000 (US$12.50) to Rp. 160,000 (US$13.30).

Nyoman Sudiantara, the lawyer representing the two men, has called on the court to see the case in a proportional way, concerned that a harsh punishment would deter foreign investment in Bali. Sudiantara argued before the panel of judges: “If my clients are ruled legally at fault in the disciplining of their subordinates, this case will have an affect on foreign investment in Bali.”

Trial continues in the Denpasar District Court with a verdict expected before Christmas.

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The Right to Peacefully Choose
Bali Police to Go ĎAll OutĒ to Ensure Peaceful Legislative Elections in April 2014

The Bali police have preparations well in hand to ensure a safe and secure execution of the legislative elections set to take place in Bali in April 2013.

The Bali Chief of Police General Albertus Julius Benny Mokalu told Republika.co.id on Tuesday, December 10, 2013, “We will go ‘all out’ to safeguard the elections; there are 12,000 officers that we can deploy on a moment’s notice.”

In safeguarding the elections, the Chief of Police said the police would also be helped by the Armed Forces, regional administrations and neighborhood groupings.

General Mokalu said it is his desire that the police spearhead a safe and peaceful electoral process. To achieve this, he said the police must behave professionally and according to procedure in undertaking their responsibilities.

As the "spearhead" of a peaceful election, the Chief of Police said his office would maximize the use of 686 personnel from the Agency for Creating Security and Public Order (Babinkamtibmas). “We have invited them to share a common vision, mission and perception with our officers in the field.,” said General Mokalu.

As part of creating a conducive situation for the coming elections, Motalu’s office will share its understanding with the public on the laws surrounding the election, the role of the police must play in the electoral process and the neutrality of the police in ensuring the outcome of voting.

The legislative election will take place on April 8, 2014, while the Presidential election will take place on July 9, 2014.

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New Hospital for Baliís North
Steps Underway to Improve Medical and Health Services in Baliís Northern Regency of Buleleng

The Bali Daily (Jakarta Post) reports that Bali’s northernmost regency of Buleleng is planning to construct a new hospital.

Nyoman Sutjidra, deputy regent for Buleleng and a trained physician, has announced the new hospital will be built in 2014.

Sutjidra said, revealing the name and location of the new medical center: “We are expecting that the Rp 15 billion [US$1.23 million] funding can be disbursed in March or April next year. Then we can start building Pratama Hospital. We have decided the location for the hospital, which is in Tangguwisia village in Banjar district. The land belongs to the provincial administration.”

The Rp. 15 billion budget is expected to be sufficient to build a “non-class regional hospital.”

An additional allocation of Rp. 23 billion (US$1.9 million) is being provided by Jakarta to pay for an expansion and refurbishment of the existing Buleleng Regional Hospital in Singaraja.

A 2011 survey conducted by the Indonesian Health Ministry placed Buleleng’s health services at 218 out of 440 regencies across the Country.

At the root of the problem, according to Sutjidra, is a shortage of qualified doctors, specialists, nurses, midwives and paramedics working in the Island’s North. “The limited number of health professionals has hampered the improvement of healthcare services,” he explained.

As a result, many northern residents travel to Denpasar for a higher standard of medical care.

Buleleng is plagued a high mortality rate of 5% of all deliveries, higher than average HIV/AIDS rates, dengue fever and a host of other tropical diseases.


A Gaming Chance
Bali Loses 11th Hour Bid to Host 2016 National Sports Week. Island Now Bidding for 2020 Games

Bali has apparently lost its last-minute bid to host the 2016 National Sports Week (PON 2016), the final decision on the host city for the 19th PON going to Bandung, West Java.

Meanwhile, the National Sports Committee (KONI) have told the provincial government of Bali that it must prepare the necessary infrastructure in order to realize its wishes to host the 20th National Sports Week of 2020 (PON-2020).

Beritabali.com quotes Suwarno, the vice-chairman of KONI, who said that in addition to creating a sporting infrastructure, that includes a main stadium, Bali must be prepared to facilitate 28 different branches of sporting activities.

Suwarno said: “We will see what the abilities of the province actually are (to host the games), its infrastructure and then we’ll look at other factors such as support from the province.”

There are six provinces seeking to host the prestigious 21st PON 2020 including: Bali, North Sumatra, Aceh, Central Java, South Sulawesi and Papua.

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Shorter Moments in Paradise
October Average Length of Stay for Bali Visitors was 3.22 Days

Bisnis Bali reports that the average length of stay for domestic and international tourists visiting Bali in October 2013 stood at 3.22 days.

Gede Suarsa, the head of the Bali Statistics Bureau (BPS), said: “The October figures for length of stay increased 0.02 points compared to the previous month when the average length of stay was 3.20 days.”

When isolated for only foreign visitors to Bal, October 2013 arrivals saw the length of stay total 3.18 days while domestic visitors stayed longer on the island at 3.23 days.

Foreign tourists using  one-star hotels in October stayed 2.28 days compared to domestic visitors using the same level of accommodation who stayed 2.3 days. Meanwhile, two-starred hotels saw foreign visitors linger for 2.75 days while Indonesians stayed for 3.7 days.

Three-starred hotels saw foreign visitors stay 3.89 days with local tourists staying 3.25 days. Four starred hotels hosted foreign tourists for 3.65 days and domestic visitors for 2.65 days.

Bali’s most luxurious five-star hotels record stays by foreigners of 2.95 days, but with domestic length of longer stays at 3.99 days.

Bali recorded 266,562 foreign tourist arrivals in October 2013, increasing 4.53% from the same month in 2012.

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In Plain Sight
Australians Give Building and Medical Aid to Bali Eye Center

The Australian Government has given the Province of Bali a building, equipment and other assets of the Indera Hospital via the “Australia Bali Memorial Eye Centre (ABMEC).”

The head of the Australian Air Program (AUSAID), James Gilling, quoted by the State News Agency Antara, said: “I am sure the Government of Indonesia will continue the number of important programs undertaken by this facility (ABMEC) via expanded programs in the future.”

The transfer of assets took place on Saturday, December 14, 2013 in Denpasar.

Gilling praised ABMEC’s programs of mobile clinics that has provided free eye operations and treatment to the poor living in remote regions of Bali.

ABMEC was established and equipped by the government of Australia in the months following the October 2002 bombing in Bali that killed 202 people.

Over the course of the project the Australian government donated AU$10 million to create an eye center, provide equipment, train medical staff, operate a mobile eye clinic and provide scholarships to Indonesian medical workers.

The second phase of ABMEC assistance to Bali was formalized in 2007 in an agreement between the Australian and Indonesian government that provided for an eye center at the government-owned Indera Hospital.

Since 2011 ABMEC has become an independent Eye Hospital serving Bali and Eastern Indonesia.

The transfer of assets from Australian to Indonesia marked the end of the second phase of support for ABMEC commenced in 2011.


Terror Alert for Christmas and New Year
President and Chief of Police Urge Calm and Alertness Over Holidays Due to Continuing Threat Posed by Indonesian Terrorists Networks

Suara Pembaruan reports that the Indonesian police are warning of the possibility of terrorist attacks by militant groups in Indonesia in the period leading up to the Christmas and New Years.

Indonesian president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has responded to the potential threat by ordering the police to increase security at churches during the Christmas worship period. The President has received reports of a possible attack on places of worship by unnamed extremist elements.

Despite major victories by the government's anti-terrorist units, a small network of terrorists are still believed to be in operation.

A presidential spokesman said: “I have received reports from the head of the police regarding the continuing existence of elements planning to disturb the peace and public order in a few specific places.”

As a result, the police have issued cautionary warning to members of the Christian community in Indonesia regarding the possibility of attacks by extremist Islamic elements during the Christmas and New Year period.

The Chief of the National Police General Sutarman has issued a statement confirming indications that militants are targeting "certain places" and may be developing explosive devices. Sutarman said: “The terrorists have networks everywhere that are active. We continue to hunt them down.”

The Chief of Police’s warning is being taken seriously due to its specific nature of the threats and their timing amidst a growing wave of religious intolerance in Indonesia. The government has suffered criticism from a number of quarters for failing to ensure the safety of minority religious groups.

Sutarman said that in addition to specific targets in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta, Sulawesi is also seen as a specific target for terrorist acts. While admitting there were other areas in terrorists' sites, Sutarman would not elaborate and name those areas.

“I ask that everyone remain calm because the police are safeguarding security for those who celebrate Christmas and New Year,” said Sutarman.

He added that the police continue to monitor suspected members of terrorist networks, but will only take definitive action if plans for attack develop further.

The Police Chief reminded that the government has crushed a number of terrorist cells over the past decades, brining to justice those who bombed Bali in 2002 in an attack that killed 202 people.


Terminal Darkness
Bali Airport Suffers Another Power Outage

Bali Daily (The Jakarta Post) reports yet another power outage has occured at Bali’s newly renovated Ngurah Rai Airport.

The latest in a series of power outages took place on Tuesday, December 10, 2013, lasting almost thirty-minutes from 8:47 p.m.. According to the Airport’s communication and legal section head, Alfansyah, service to the public continued largely unabated during the power interruption.

Promising another outage will not occur; Alfansyah said any future blackout would be resolved in minutes via a back up system of generators that is now fully operational.

Explaining the failure to quickly restore power during the Tuesday outage, Alfansyah said: “The one that happened last night was network damage, not due to a shortage of supply. We are always prepared with generators as backup. But last night was different.”

The latest blackout occurred during a peak traffic period at the airport. While battery powered light provided minimum levels of lighting, while air conditioning ceased to operate during the half-hour period.

The State Power Board (PT PLN) was quick to issue a statement that the lack of power was not due to any interruption in power supply, but due to internal problems at the airport. PT PLN did, however, dispatch a team of experts to the airport to help resident engineers identify and correct the problem.

PT PLN has established a special sub-station serving Bali’s Airport, with built-in redundancy of supplies from the Pesanggaran and Pemecutan substations.

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Baliís Top Restaurants and Bar
Sydney Morning Herald List Whatís Hot Among Baliís Bar and Restaurants

The December 12, 2103 on line edition of the Sydney Morning Herald has published a subjective review of “Bali’s Top Restaurants and Bars” by Belinda Jackson.

Limited to the eateries that dot the Seminyak – Canggu and Batubelig corridor – code named by the author as “Southern Bali’s Chic Food Scene” – Jackson declares Canggu the "new Seminyak" -  a sad commentary admitting that one must now travel further afield to catch a glimpse of a rice field, usually located these days next to a “land for sale” sign.

Among the restaurants mentioned in the article are:
  • Mama San
  • Tugu Hotel 
  • Naughty Nuri’s
  • Ku De Ta
  • Potato Head Beach Club
  • La Plancha
  • Red Carpet Champagne Bar
  • La Lucciola 
  • Petitenget Restaurant
  • SOS Supper Club at Anantara
  • Woo Bar and Starfish Bloo at W Resort Seminyak
  • Sardines
  • Sarong Bali
  • Metis
  • Biku
  • Warung Kolega
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Let the Soulshine In!
Bali Soulshine Festival December 27-28, 2014 in at Bali Green School

A 2-day Soulshine Festival comes to Bali December 27-28, 2013 boasting two-days of the very best in local and international musicians each day from 11:00 am until 2:00 am centered at Bali’s Green School.

Funds raised from the musical festival will support Bumi Sehat Natural Birthing Clinics in Bali and Aceh, and the Green School Indonesian Scholarship Fund.

Celebrating music and the environment, musical performance will be intermixed with environmentally themed presentations and children activities promoting sustainability.

Top Entertainment on the Stage at Bali’s Green School

Among the musical acts scheduled to appear on Friday, December 27, 2013 are Michael Franti & Spearhead, Trevor Hall, Afronesia, Supa Kalulu, Nasi Campur and DJ Stevie G. On the second day look for Michael Franti & Spearhead to return with Nahko & Friends, Ethan Tucker, Navicula, Jim Larkin & The Saucy Soul Band, Norma Jean and DJ Marco.

Headlining the festival is the American poet, musician, recording star and composer Michael Franti who has made Bali his second home since 2006.

Franti appears as the lead singer and creator of the band, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Michael blends music with a strong social conscience promoting peace, social justice and the preservation of the nature environment.

Mentioning the major force driving the Festival, Franti said: “The Soulshine Festival is about coming together to celebrate life—the life of our planet—and the power we all have to make a difference. Come and join us for a magical time in Bali.”

Commenting on what will become his eighth community fund raising event in Bali, Franti added: “I’m excited to share two days of family-friendly music and inspiring environmental activities in one of the most stunning locations in Bali, the amazing Green School. The Soulshine Festival will benefit Bumi Sehat Natural Birthing Clinics, who are working to save lives of mothers and children in Indonesia. We will also benefit the Green School’s Indonesian scholarship program that offers free education to local children.”

Location

The setting for the festival will be the Green School Soccer Field with activities running on each day from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm.

Tickets and more information on line at the official Website http://www.soulshinefestival.com


Carnival de Bali
Westin Resort Nusa Dua Celebrates a Memorable Year in its Journey Towards Transformation

The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali marked the end of a multi-year and multi-million dollar revitalization project with an upbeat Carnival de Bali held on Friday, December 13, 2013.

Over 600 invited guests were welcomed via a walking tour that started at the foyer of newly launched Heavenly Spa by Westin that continued on through the Resort's new family-style Italian restaurant Prego and a chance to see one of the 99 luxurious rooms just added in the new Premier Wing of the Westin.

After the tour, guests paused in the foyer of the Mangupura Halls for pre-dinner cocktails and canapés. Tribal drummers, statuesque dancers and canapé tables surrounding masked dancers circulated among the guests.

When the doors to the Mangapura Halls opened, guests were ushered into an elaborately decorated venue – in keeping with the Westin’s and Bali’s reputation for unforgettable meetings and conference events.

Non-stop entertainment included a dazzling laser show, Brazilian dance, live music – all part of the Carnival de Bali theme for the evening. Food stands and sumptuous culinary displays dotted the Mangapure Halls. 

The Westin’s Managing Director, Bipan Kapur offered words of welcome and presented a slide tour of the Resort’s transformation.

Tens of lucky draws for stays across the region at Starwood properties as far afield as Fiji, Australia and China were handed out and a live auction for a new Heavenly Bed netted a generous amount for the local charities supported by the Westin Bali.

“It was encouraging to see so many people gathered to help us celebrate the climax of our revitalization project. The resort has been transformed before our very eyes and this renewing journey has been a detailed-driven process with the needs of today’s modern travelers in mind. It truly complements the Westin brand philosophy of preserving wellness in travel,” said Bipan Kapur, Managing Director of The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali.

Shown on Balidiscovery.com are snapshots from the Westin’s Carnival de Bali.


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Australian Visitors Flat-Lining to Bali
Bali by the Numbers: Bali Welcomes Record 266,502 Foreign Visitors in October 2013 on the Way to 3.2 visitors for Entire Year.

Foreign tourist arrivals for October 2013 totaled 266,502 - an increase of 4.3% over October 2012 when 255,709 foreign travelers came to the Island.

Arrivals for the first 10 months of the year totaled 2,675,836 - demonstrating a 12.34% improvement year-on-year over the same period in 2012.
2.34% lead over 2012 is sustained through the end of the current year, arrivals for all of 2013 will total more than 3.2 million foreign visitors.

Total visitors for 2013, both foreign and domestic, will exceed 7.25 million.
Foreign Arrivals by Major Markets

Australia - Despite having gone largely stagnant, Australian visitors to Bali remain securely in first place, exceeding by 100% the number of Mainland Chinese visiting Bali. The 668,902 Australian visitors who came to Bali January – October 2013 is 2.11% less than the number in the same ten month period in 2013.

PRC – The Mainland Chinese market, aided by more flight frequencies from new areas, is bolstering travel to Bali. Arrivals from the PRC are up 23.22% year-to-date for the first 10 months of 2013.

Japan – Japan continues to mend, up 8.32% on a cumulative basis through the end of the first 10 months of the year totaling 171,670 visitors. This represents the strongest performance in Japanese arrivals to Bali since 2010.

Malaysia – Holding down 4th place among foreign arrivals to Bali, Malaysian arrivals are up 8.59% year-to-date,

South Korea – Visitors from South Korea remain strong at 5th place and 9.78% ahead of 2012.

Taiwan – After a dramatic drop in Taiwanese visitors in 2012, the Taiwanese are back with a vengeance in Bali, up 34.23% year on year through the end of October.

Europe is experiencing resurgence in Bali with year-on-year arrivals up across the board from France (14.77%), U.K. (3.78%), Germany (11.99%), Russia (8.36%) and The Netherlands (12.52%).

U.S.A. arrivals rank 10th among all foreign arrivals to Bali, improving 11.99% year-on-year.

India has become Bali’s new emerging market. Ranked at 14th among all foreign arrivals, Indian visitors have increased 51.10% year-on-year through the end of October 2013.
 


Look Better Ė Feel Better Ė Live Longer
PrimaFit Opens its Bali Office

PrimaFit - Indonesia’s leading supplier of world class fitness equipment and design consultants to hotels, resorts, corporate offices, sports clubs, golf, country clubs and premium home gyms has opened an outlet in Bali at Jalan Sunset Rp. 29B in Kuta, Bali.

The opening of the Bali showroom was market by an informal cocktail reception for business colleagues and leaders from Bali’s hotel and villa sector.

PrimaFit founder, Brian Billdt, started the business over 30 years ago with a vision to help Indonesian’s lead a healthy lifestyle through fitness and fat loss. PrimaFit have done this successfully through the network of Retail stores, Commercial division with major gym chains

Currently PrimaFit has six retail stores - four in jakarta, one in Surabaya, and one in Bali. The next shop will open soon in early 2014 in Medan.

PrimaFit is also the sole distributor of several high end international fitness brands in indonesia including LifeFitness (USA), Octane (USA), TRX (USA), POLAR (Finland) and Trigger Point (USA).

Hosting the Bali gathering were Owners Rohan, his wife Nunung, and Brian Bildt.

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