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BALI UPDATE #937 - 18 August 2014

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A Special Section for Cesare
Wines of Pio Cesare at a Special Dinner at St. Regis Bali on April 4, 2014

The premiere wines of Pio Cesare Winery will be on hand for a remarkable wine evening scheduled for Friday, April 4, 2014 at the Kayuputi Restaurant of the St Regis Resort Bali.

The Resort’s Chief Sommelier Harald Wiesmann has strategized with Pio Boffa, the owner of Pio Cesare Winery, in securing memorable vintages for the evening.

Outstanding wines will be paired with a customized menu using only the freshest and highest quality ingredients crafted by Chef de Cuisine Agung Gede.

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The resulting six delectable courses will highlight the Asian Haute Cuisine concept for which Kayuputi is renowned.

Cocktail and canapés will be served from 7:00 pm in Kayuputi Bar, followed by dinner at 7:30 pm at Kayuputi’s Mezzanine floor.

Dinner including cocktails, canapés and wines is at Rp. 1.850.000 net per person (US$160).

Seating is limited. Book now to ensure a place at the table.

WINE DINNER MENU
Pio Cesare Wine Evening
Friday, April 4, 2014
Kayuputih Restaurant
St. Regis Resort Bali
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Amuse - bouche
Ceviche of fine de clair Oyster
With citrus vinaigrette
Pio Cesare Gavi D.O.C.G., Alba 2011 Cortese
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Nigiri style of fresh yellow fin tuna
Giaveri Ocietra caviar, cucumber salsa, spherical of lemongrass infused sushi rice, wasabi coulis
Pio Cesare Gavi D.O.C.G., Alba 2011 Cortese
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Butter poached medallion of Canadian lobster
Light butternut velvet, flexy of butternut, Avruga pearl, Monte Vibiano olive oil and vanilla foam
Pio Cesare Piodelei D.O.C., Alba 2009 Chardonnay
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Composition of Peking duck
Roast cured duck breast, shaved smoked foie gras,
Chinese barley risotto with ragout of leg confit, shaved fresh black truffle, Parmesan emulsion
Pio Cesare Barbaresco Il Brico D.O.C.G., Alba 2007 Nebbiolo
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Herbs crusted of Australian lamb chop
Slow braised lamb shank a la forestier, red onion jam
Steamed Yukon gold potato, Barolo – meat jus
Pio Cesare Barolo Ornato D.O.C.G., Alba 2007 Nebbiolo
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Flan of pecorino cheese
Served with red wine poached black plum, aged balsamic powder and walnut bread
Pio Cesare Il Nebbio D.O.C., Langhe, Alba 2010 Nebbiolo
and
Pio Cesare Nebbiolo D.O.C. Langhe, Alba 2008 Nebbiolo
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Apricot mousse
Soft Jelly of moscato, grapefruit, lavender ice cream
Pio Cesare Moscato d’Asti, Alba 2011 Moscato
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Coffee or tea
Homemade pralines

For reservations and more information telephone +62-(0)361 300 6786 or [Email]


Pay Before You Go
International Airport Tax to Increase in Bali on April 1, 2014

PT Angkasa Pura - the managers of Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport have announced that effective April 1, 2014, the passenger service charge or "airport tax" for departing international passengers will increase from Rp. 150,000  (US$13) to Rp. 200,000 (US$17.50).

The general manager of PT Angkasa Pura, I Gusti Ngurah Ardita, told Bali Post on March 27, 2014, "The fee increase will take effects from April 1st as a compensation for the increased level of service that we are providing airport users."

Ardita said the increased charges were in concert with the additional services and facilities being provided the public in Bali. He cited the construction and renovation of the larger international terminal now covering 120,000 square meters and the creation of a domestic terminal occupying 65,800 square meters.

Ardita said the the increase in passenger service charges applies at four other airports in additional to Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport. Increases are also being implemented at Juanda International Airport (Surabaya), Sepinggan Airport (Balikpapan), Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport (Makassar) and Praya International Airport (Lombok).

Because the domestic terminal is still in the midst of renovation, the increase in the domestic service charge in Bali will only take effect on August 1, 2014.

At that time, the passenger service fee charged to departing domestic passengers is now Rp. 75,000 (US$6.50), increasing from Rp. 40,000 (US$3.50).


It's a Lonesome Highway
Useage of Bali's New Toll Road Falling Below Expectations

PT Jasa Marga Bali Tol - the managers of Bali's tollway connecting Sanur with Nusa Dua told Bisnis.com that they plan to revise their business model for the 11.7-kilometer long elevated roadway in order to more realistically address current usage of the road, income streams and the continuing popularity of the regular roadway. 

Current figures provided by Jasa Marga Bali Tol count an average of 35,000 vehicles using the toll road each day. This figure is only 90% of a targeted 39,000 vehicles put forth when the new road opened in October 2013.

The CEO of Jasa Marga Bali Tol Akhmad Tito Karim (shown) blames the failure to materialize the targeted usage of the roadway on the successful completion of the Dewa Ruci Monument Underpass that has markedly reduced traffic congestion on the Ngurah Rai Bypass Road. 

No longer facing the prospect of gridlock on the "old" road connecting Sanur and Denpasar to Nusa Dua and the airport, many motorists are utilizing the toll-free alternative.

Said Tito Karim, "Probably the initial calculations for use of the Bali toll road failed to consider the impact of the Dewi Ruci Underpass." 

Going forward PT Jasa Marga Bali Tol will study and re-evaluate their business model including the impact of infrastructure improvements on thw overall use of Bali's pay-for-use highway.



Something to Wine About
Bali's Hatten Wines Win Honors at Singapore Wine Show

Bali's very own Hatten Wines have returned from the 2014 Wine & Spirits Asia Wine Challenge (WAS Wine Challenge) in Singapore with two bronze medals for their crowded trophy case.

Hatten Wines Tunjung Sparkling méthode champenoise and its semi-sweet muscat, Alexandria - have been winners of past awards and accolades - and now have managed to help celebrate Hatten Wines' 20th anniversary by once again winning international honors for Bali's seminal wine-making sector.

IB Rai Budarsa, owner of Hatten Wines, said: I am very proud of these medals once again.  We are entering these international competitions merely to tell the world of wines that we exist and we make wine in Bali.  By participating in these competitions, we intend to be a proud ambassador of Bali.  When we win medals, the effect is much greater than just a wine medal, its my staff in Kuta, Sanur and my vineyards people, the farmers we work with who get celebrated. Amongst wines of so many wine countrieswe prevail.That is extraordinary.   

WSA Wine Challenge is a well-established competition in Asia where wines submitted from around the world are evaluated by a distinguished panel of judges that represent accurate characteristics of the Asian palate. The previous edition held in the year 2010 and 2012 have seen labels from a multitude of wine-producing countries and regions taking part, making it the key platform for international wineries, producers, importers and traders to have their wines appraised As Asia's interest and consumption of wine increases with each passing year, every new Challenge is greeted with much anticipation by both consumers and producers of wines. 

Among those enlisted to evaluate wines at the 2014 WSA Wine Challenge were: 

  • Annette Scarfe MW, was the Chief Judge of WSA Wine Challenge 2014. Based in Singapore for 18 years, she is a wine buyer and a respected restaurant consultant with clients in London and across Asia. She runs regular tastings and masterclasses for both trade and consumers and is a Spanish specialist. Annette is acclaimed as one of the regions top wine consultants and a highly experienced judge who has participated in numerous competitions held around the world, including China, France, Hong Kong, New Zealand and United Kingdom. She is also a regular member on tasting panels for several consumer magazines, and is a WSET and Bordeaux educator.
  • Subhash Arora is a prolific wine writer, author, journalist, international judge, speaker, consultant, educator and a wine club promoter. He is the Editor and major content provider of delWine and is also the India Correspondent of Meiningers Wine Business International, Germany.
  • Fongyee Walker is the co-founder of Dragon Phoenix Wine Consulting, a fully independent wine consulting company that specializes in wine education and bilingual wine journalism.
  • Nikki (Visootha) Lohitnavy, Director of viticulture and Winemaking Operations, GranMonte Vineyard and Wines, Thailand.
  • Roderick Wong, President, Malaysia Sommelier Association.
  • Yohan Handoyo, wine writer and educator.
  • Jean-Bernard Baudron, Training & Development Manager, The Warehouse Saigon Annam Group, Vietnam
  • Dr. Michael Lim, Independent Writer and Editor of The Travelling Gourmet, Singapore.
  • Kenny Leong CSW, Independent Writer and Editor, Founder of The Word Count, Singapore. 

Defying the popular notion that growing grapes and producing quality wine in the Asian tropics is near impossible, Hatten Wines has managed to establish a successful wine making business, gathering international recognition during their two-decade long journey.  Founded in 1994 by Ida Bagus Rai Budarsa, the self-proclaimed "first and only true Balinese winery," Hatten Wines are featured at many Bali hotels and restaurant, as well as hotels and eateries across the Indonesian archipelago.

That widely-held misconception that hot climates are not favorable for grape growing the owner of Hatten Wines is quick to rebut, pointing out:What is most important for vines is underground water, which we have in our vineyards.  The pergola system we use takes care of providing shade to the grapes and workers and allows us to have a few varieties of grapes which are not traditional wine grapes, but have made us some great wines over the last 2 decades.  

Hatten Wines uses local grapes from its vineyards in North Bali's Buleleng Regency to produce its wines.Hatten Wines grows the local black grapes the Alphonse Lavallée French table grapes and white grape varieties (Belgia and Probolinggo Biru). These varieties are grown in vineyards along the north coast of Bali, and need no dormant periods, as traditional wine vines do, hence the possibility for Hatten Wines to produce wines yearlong.  In its winery in Sanur that the expertise of Australian Winemakers James Kalleske is brought to bear. 

In 2011, in its participation at the Singapore Wine Style Asia, Hatten Wines was awarded a Silver and Bronze medals for Alexandria, its semi-sweet muscat and the two Pineau des Charentes method wines labeled Pino de Bali. Previous medals and accolades include a commendation for their Rosé wine at a Portuguese competition and a Bronze medal at the London Wine & Spirits Competition in 2003. In April 2012, Hatten Wines brought home a medal at the Wine & Spirits Asia Wine Challenge in Singapore, winning a Silver medal for its dry white wine Aga White.   

In recent years, Hatten Wines embarked on another venture, introducing Australian wines to Bali, by importing grape juices that are vinified in Bali.  The resulting Two Islands lablel, celebrating the traditionally close relationship enjoyed by Bali and Australia is a popular wine in Bali and across Indonesia for its internationally recognized palate and economical price.  The Two Islands range includes a lively and fresh Chardonnay, a floral and fruity Riesling, a ruby red peppery Shiraz and a full bodied, fruity flavored Cabernet Merlot. 

Those wishing to know more about wine making in Bali are welcome to visit Hatten's Welcome Center and Observation Deck located in its North Bali vineyards. Hatten Wines wine tasting and wine shop, The Cellardoor, is opened 6 days a week at the Dewa Ruci Underpass in Bali. 



Bali Toll Road Closed for Day of Silence
Bali Toll Road Closed for 34-Hours Over Nyepi Holiday Period

The State News Agency Antara reports that Bali's cross-Benoa Bay toll road will be closed to all traffic beginning from 10:00 pm on Sunday, March 30, 2014 until Tuesday, April 1, 2014 at 8:00 am. 

The 34-hour closure of the road will take place in observance of Bali-Hindu New Year "Nyepi" celebrations and the 24-hour period of absolute silence that befalls the island from sunrise on Monday, March 31 until sunrise the following morning. 

Akhmad Tito Karim, the CEO of PT Jasa Marga Bali Tol who operate the pay-for-use highway told the press, "Based on a circular memorandum from Bali's Governor, the permission of the Minister of Public Works and in within the framework of Nyepi Day celebrations - Bal Mandra Toll Road will be closed temporarily." 

The toll road will close some 8 hours earlier than the official silence period that begins at 6:00 am on Monday and remained closed for 2 hours longer than the end of the mandated period of silence at sunrise on Tuesday. This is made necessary to permit toll workers to transit back and forth from their places of residence and permit the reactivation of computers and other equipment used in the road's normal operation. 

"But we'll see, if the situation permits the toll road may be open an hour earlier at 7:00 am on Tuesday," Tito Karim added. 

Tito Karim also said that in an emergency situation toleration to use the toll road may be given to emergency vehicles with access coordinated by staff on stand by at the road's entry points.

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It's Not Nice to Fool Mother Nature
Bali Role Foundation Calls on You to Make a Promise to Make a Better World

The Role Foundation - a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering environmental sustainability is calling on the community to celebrate Earth Day 2014 by making a pledge to take  better care of Mother Earth. 

In an effort to raise awareness and reverse Balis degrading environmental situation, these pledges will act as written commitments from individuals and businesses alike to state what they will do to keep their Mother Earth clean and healthy this year. 

Freedom of choice to select whatever you wish to do - great or small - to save the environment is a centerpiece to the pledge program.

Ideas for possible pledges might include: 

  • Promising not throw rubbish on the ground, in rivers or the ocean.
  • To separate garbage into organic, non-organic and recyclable components.
  • To shop green by utilizing reusable bags instead of plastic or paper.
  • To turn off the lights and other electronic devices when not in use. 

Bali is facing major trash issues with more than 75% of the Island's trash ending up uncollected on roadsides and in illegal dumps. This garbage ultimately makes its way to the rivers, reefs and ocean - threatening to destroy Bali's environment and affect the health of both local and visiting populations. 

Use the Earth Day Pledge program from ROLE Bali as a starting point to join the campaigns for Bye Bye Plastic and Keep Bali Clean being promoted by leaders in the local community such as the Rotary Clubs of Bali, Bali Clean and Green Group, Conrad Bali Resort, Alila Hotels and Aman Hotels Group

Make you pledge on line at through April 19, 2014 at [ROLE Foundation Pledge to Mother Nature

For more information regarding Earth Day events and how you can participate, visit Roles Facebook page.



A Picture of Fitjer
The Laguna - Luxury Collection Resort and Spa, Nusa Dua Bali Names Sven Fitjer Hotel Manager

The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua, Bali, has appointed Sven Fitjer as hotel manager commencing from early March 2014.

In his new assignment, Fitjer oversees the beachfront resort’s operations of 287 rooms, suites and villas, three restaurants, two bars, a state-of-the-art Lagoon Spa, extensive meetings and events facilities, as well as over 5,000 square meters of swimmable lagoon, reporting to managing director, Helmut Pluecker.

Fitjer is a graduate of Hotelfachschule Heidelberg in Germany.

A German native with over 20 years of hospitality experience, Fitjer’s previous roles spans successful terms at Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta, The Four Seasons Sydney, Hilton Waikoloa Village in Hawaii and Hilton Boston Back Bay in the USA. Most recently, Sven has held the position of executive assistant manager, food & beverage at the Sheraton on the Park Hotel in Sydney, Australia.

In making the announcement, Helmut Pluecker, managing director of The St. Regis Bali Resort and The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua, Bali, said, “Sven is a seasoned hospitality professional whose career has taken him across exceptional hotel brands in Europe, the USA, Asia, and Australia. His outstanding international experience will greatly benefit the iconic resort as we continue to further elevate the exceptional experience guests at The Laguna Bali are accustomed to."


On Your Hash Mark, Get Set, Go
Bali Hash House Harriers Win Right to Host 2016 Interhash Running Even in Bali

Founded in 1938 in Selangor, Malaysia, the Hash House Harriers (HHH) is an international group of non-competitive runners who promote physical fitness among its members, run-offs of the week's hangover, developing mighty thirsts that are quenched with copious quantities of beer and efforts to persuade senior members that that are not as old as they feel. 

In some circles, HHH is alternatively described as a "running club with a drinking problem" or a "drinking club with a running problem." 

The Bali chapter of the  Hash House Harriers insist that they are a running club with a motto of Fun, Fitness and Friendshipand meet on a weekly basis at different areas of Bali where they run and drink, 

With over 1,000 Hash clubs running weekly in nearly every major city in the world, anInterhash event is a 3-day social and running event held biannually. First held in Hong Kong in 1980, these events bring together hashers from around the globe, providing an opportunity to meet old friends and make new ones.   

On March 13, 2014 , 50 Bali Hashers traveled to Hainan China to join the China Interhash 2014. While running in the "Middle Kingdom," the Bali Hashers made a successful bid, beating the island nation of Fiji for the right to host the Interhashevent in Bali in 2016. 

The Bali Interhash 2016 is expected attract up to 5,0000 participants and accompanying family members from over 50 countries to run in 16 different run sites around the Ubud area and join a traditional "Red Dress Run" in which members, regardless of their sex, will don dresses to run in Kuta in order to raise funds for charity. 

The Bali Interhash 2016 will be held at the end of May 2016, headquartered in Sanur. The firm date for the event has yet to be formally announced. 

Vice Chairman of the event, Steve Charles, explained that the 2012 Interhash in Yogjakarta was opened by the Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and eight State Cabinet Ministers who also participated in a fun run around the Borobudur Temple. It is hoped that Indonesias President in 2016 will also attend the Bali event. 

To register and for more information visit www.interhash2016.com 



Hey, That's My Job!
Bali Seminar Examines Problem of Local Jobs Lost to Illegal Foreign Workers

A discussion forum held at the Bali Tourism Board on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 in Denpasar examined the large number of illegal foreign workers on the Island. Attended by representatives from Bali's tourism industry, the event included presentations by the Immigration office and the Department of Manpower. 

At the forum, illegal foreign workers were depicted as stealing employment positions that should be filled by local workers. 

As reported by tempo.co, Ketut Rasna from the Association of Water Sports Operators (Gahawisri) complained, "We have found diving operators where all the workers are foreigners - from manager down to the diving guides." 

Local companies said they often encountered competition from foreign workers who quality is far below that of their local counterparts. The recent death of 7 Japanese divers near Nusa Lembongan was blamed on the use of Japanese dive guides and a failure to include a local guide who was more experienced with local conditions and water currents.

A representative of the Council of Traditional Villages (MUDP), Gde Nurjaya told the gathering that many foreigners take up residence in local villages, marry local women and set up companies in their wife's name.

In response, the head of the Information and Communications sections of the Denpasar Immigration office, Saroha Manullang, said that immigration officer constantly undertakes control and enforcement visits, but said the large number of foreign workers overwhelms the limited number of officers available to perform field inspections. "Because of this, we ask the assistance of the public to report suspicious activities," said Saroha.

Addressing complaints from the gathering regarding foreigners who marry locals, Saroha explained that rules are in place from the Immigration and Manpower Departments that grant some freedom for foreign spouses to work in small enterprises to contribute to their household income. He said when these foreigners create medium-sized or larger companies, they must follow all rules regarding the legal establishment of their companies and the strict rules on the employment of foreign nationals.



SBY Loves Bali
Indonesian President Proclaims His Love and Admiration for Bali

The State News Agency Antara reports that Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has claimed he is inspired every time pays a working visit to the Island of Bali. 

During a visit to the traditional village of Tampaksiring on Sunday, March 23, 2014, Yudhoyono said that during the nearly ten years he has been in office, he and the First Lady Ani Yudhoyono have frequently visited and set up temporary offices at the Presidential Palace built by Indonesia's first president in the hills of Bali. 

Explaining his admiration of Bali and the Tampaksiring Presidential Palace, Yudhoyono said: "First, (we come to Bali) because we all love the Tampaksiring Palace and my desire that the palace built by Bung Karno continues to be used in the best possible manner for both governmental functions and social occasions."

The President has also expressed his love for Bali by promoting Bali as the location for a number of major international conferences on global climate change, ASEAN summits, international trade and the recent Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit (APEC 2013). 

Moreover, the Indonesian President confessed that Bali has inspired him to writes songs and poems during his visits to the Island. "I have many sweet and beautiful memories," Yudhoyono added. 

Turning his comments to the novel "Eat, Pray and Love" by Elizabeth Gilbert, President Yudhoyono said that for those seeking affection and solace for the heart - Bali is the perfect destination. 



Seeking Careers in Hospitality
The Laguna, A Luxury Collection Resort & Spa Bali Hosts Starwood Careers Day 2014

A Starwood Careers Day was held at The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua, Bali on March 21, 2014 attracting 300 potential candidates seeking a rewarding hospitality career. 

The Bali event was presided over by Helmut Pluecker, managing director of The St. Regis Bali Resort & The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua, Bali together with hotel and general managers of Starwood Hotels & Resorts across Bali. 


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span lang="NL" style="mso-ansi-language:NL">Starwood Careers Day 2014 was intended to encompass Starwoods talent strategy that seeks to build meaningful long-term careers for those who join the organization. The event consolidates the strengths of Starwoods nine hotel brands and offers potential career seekers the opportunity to explore a career with Starwood

Starwood Careers is part of the corporation's shared goal to fill over 25,000 global positions at all levels and functions by the end of 2014. 

Starwood's Asia Pacific division currently operates over 260 hotels, with an additional 200 hotels in the pipeline. Recently, the company announced it is on track to open over 30 hotels in the region in 2014 an average of one hotel every 12 days. As the fastest growing division of the company, Starwood Asia Pacific employs over 73,000 employees, nearly half of all Starwood associates worldwide. 

Seen in the picture on Balidiscovery.com are from left to right: Dario Orsini, general manager of Sheraton Kuta Resort; Bipan Kapur, managing director The Westin Resort Nusa Dua; Sven Fitjer, hotel manager of The Laguna Resort & Spa Bali; Lucia Liu, hotel manager of The St. Regis Bali Resort; Craig Seaward, general manager of W Retreat & Spa Bali; Gregory Gubiani, general manager of Le Meridien Jimbaran Bali and Helmut Pluecker managing director of The St. Regis Bali Resort & The Laguna Resort & Spa Bali. 



Clearance to Land
Karangasem Offers East Bali Alternative Location for New Bali Airport

Berita Bali reports that the regency of Karangasem is preparing a 860-hectare site for Bali's new North Bali Airport. This step is being undertaken in anticipation of continuing problems being encountered by the provincial government of Bali in selecting a site for a second international airport in Bali. 

The site preparation plan was revealed by the Regent of Karangasem, Wayan Geredeg at a meeting in his office with infrastructure expert AA Putu Ngurah Wirawan on Saturday, March 22, 2014. 

Said Geredeg: "As a leader, in principle, I support plans to accelerate the building of a new airport in Buleleng. But if this goes on for years and is not resolved, then let's look for another alternative. We are ready to help facilitate this. 

Geredeg said that his office is preparing an 860-hectare site comprised of lands owned by local residents in an area between Buleleng and West Tianyar in the region of Kubu. 

"Earlier we offered an area (for the airport) in the region of Nusa. That was too close to Mount Agung. But the (new) location is far from Mount Agung. Now we are looking at the site from the aspects of zoning and technical suitability," he added. 

The Karangasem Regent said that all the landowners in the proposed 860-hectare site have signed agreements not to sell their lands. "When land sales take place, the plots will be sold to a Regency-owned Company (BUMD) and then blocked to prevent any manipulations," said Geredeg. 

Geredeg said a project such as the new Bali airport can fail if the land ownership is not clear. Land speculators will take advantage of such situations, managing to seize land before the government can take action. 

Closing his comments, Geredeg said:  "Let's all sit together. We are not demanding that the new airport be built in Karangasem. But if this (the new airport) goes on for years and remains unresolved, we are ready to offer a site. Let's think about the greater good here; the interests of the people of Bali."

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Staying Well, Being Well
Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali Holds Well-Being Open House To Kick Off Yearlong Global Wellness Movement

From March 21 to 28, 2014, The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali welcomed guests, associates and consumers to experience the brand’s signature well-being programs. A major sales blitz was carried out to communicate details about the Westin Well-being Movement to key clients. This involved staff members visiting local agents wearing sports wear by New Balance and Heavenly Waffle Weave Bathrobes to convey the message that the resort taking wellness to the next level.

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Also during the week, every participating staff member had the opportunity to stay overnight at the Resort and sleep on a Westin Heavenly® Bed. They also enjoyed SuperFoodsRx® meals and participated in a number of inspiring activities including a session of Yoga Stretching for a health-enhancing start to the day. This incentive was to heighten overall understanding of the brand initiatives that are directly related to wellness.

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The year-long US$15 million campaign will introduce a string of innovative partnerships and programs across Westin’s six brand pillars: Sleep Well, Eat Well, Move Well, Feel Well, Work Well and Play Well.

The official launch coincided with the International Day of Happiness and Well-being and the Spring Equinox – traditionally recognized as the season of renewal.

On March 28, 2014 an uplifting exhibition was hosted in front of Bali Collection Lifestyle Complex in Nusa Dua. Displays introduced the six brand pillars of wellness. A video showcased the resort’s recent transformation journey followed by a 15-minute session of breathing exercises. A Heavenly® Bed was elevated over a pond for everyone to see and appetites were satisfied with a tasty array of light bites prepared at a live cooking station at the food & beverage marquee. There was also a photo booth, fun quizzes and a well-being commitment board for guests to sign. In addition, a social media table was set up with the aim to generate a buzz about the Westin Well-being Movement through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

“The Westin Well-being Movement reinforces our deep commitment to preserving wellness in travel and we are at the forefront of bringing feel-good initiatives to guests. We are taking the necessary measures to anticipate the needs of the next generation of travelers who will certainly be more focused on wellness and sustainability. Most importantly, through this innovative movement we are not only reaching out to guests but also encouraging associates to embrace a better quality of life,” said Bipan Kapur, managing director of The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali.


Shore Leave from Bali
The Best Part of Bali is Leaving it for a Day with Bali Hai Cruises


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Hai Cruises and Hai Tide Beach Resort hosted a large group of Bali travel agents and media to a fun day out on Friday, March 28, 2014 in order to experience "Bali’s Best Day Out" and view the many improvement recently introduced at the Hai Tide Beach Resort on Nusa Lembongan.

Those privileged to be on the tour, saw the extensive renovations completed in 2013 that have transformed both the look and the many services offered on the island beach resort, located just a short distance offshore from Bali’s southeastern shoreline.

The 17 Bali Hai traditional Lumbung-style huts have been significantly upgraded to now include modern en-suite bathrooms. All feature new furnishings, air conditioning and designer finishes distinguish the loft bedrooms suspended over a private al fresco lounge area located downstairs.

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New in-room facilities include a day bed in the downstairs lumbung, refrigerators, internal room service telephones, complimentary Wi-Fi, iPod docking stations, and tea and coffee facilities

Guests now relax at a new swimming pool adjacent to a lounge area located in the private, landscaped resort gardens.

Resort guests continue to have access to Bali Hai Beach Club’s facilities next door and Bali Hai Cruises’ Pontoon in Lembongan Bay to enjoy a wide selection of watersports activities on offer.

Those bringing children to the island resort for the day or a longer stay can avail themselves of the services provided by a specially-trained kid’s club staff who are experts in entertaining and supervising children aged four to ten years of age.

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Upon arrival on the island, Kid’s Club staff will meet and greet children for a range of activities that include face painting, drawing cards, pirate dress up and island exploration.

The Hai Bar & Grill is a beachfront bar & dining experience on the soft white sands of Mushroom Bay in Nusa Lembongan. Imaginative yet traditional, the open-air design allows for relaxed comfort with the flow of warm tropical breezes and stunning water views over the bay. An innovative yet diverse gourmet menu has been carefully crafted featuring the best of fresh local seafood, a selection of appealing international dishes and delicious wood-fired pizzas.

Hai Bar & Grill
is open every day from 7:00 am until 10:00 pm.

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Thereíll be No Comings and Goings
400 Flights to Be Cancelled in Bali During Nyepi Shutdown of Islandís Airport

During the mandatory 24 hours of silence over the Nyepi New Year period from sunrise on Monday, March 31 until the following sunrise on April 1, 2014 - some 400 flights in and out of Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport will be canceled or diverted to other locales.

Those in charge of Bali’s airport calculate 248 domestic and 152 international flights will be affected by the shutdown.

Official Notices to Airmen (NOTAMs) have been issued internationally, advising the world aviation community that Bali is of-limits for landing and takeoffs during proscribed period.

And, while there are no flights operating to or from Bali during the 24-hour period, a skeleton staff covering all aspects of normal operations will be on standby in the event that a passing aircraft declares an emergency and requests a technical landing or an medical evacuation flight needs to take a patient out of Bali.

According to NusaBali, the last landing before the shutdown will be Malaysian Airlines (MH867) from Kuala Lumpur scheduled to land at 2:35 am on March 31, 2014. Meanwhile, the first scheduled departure is slated to be Garuda Indonesia (GA403) leaving for Jakarta at 8:00 am on April 1, 2014 followed by Cebu Airlines (CEB280) bound for Manila at 8:35 am.

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Sea Crossings from Bali to Java and Lombok to Close for 24-hours during Nyepi Observances

The ferry crossing between Bali and Jawa from Gilmanuk (Bali) to Ketapang (East Java) will close at midnight on Sunday, March 30th and remain closed until 5:50 am on Monday morning, April 1, 2014.

The closure is in keeping with the total shut down of Bali for 24 hours to mark the period of mandatory silence Nyepi - the eve before the start of Bali Hindu New Year Saka 1936.

A similar close down schedule will come into force also for inter-island ferries operating between Padang Bai (Bali) and Labuhan (Lombok).

Port authorities are warning those hoping to catch the last ferry leaving Bali for either Java or Lombok not to try to catch the last boat. Once the ports close, travelers will find themselves stranded on a silent shore in Bali for the coming 24-hour period.

Ships trying to land after the start of the curfew will have to drop anchor off shore or return to an out-of Bali port.

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Consigned to the Compost Heap for 2.5 Years
Supreme Court Orders Former Jembrana, Bali Regent Gede Winasa to Prison for Corruption

The former regent of Jembrana, Professor I Gede Winasa, has been finally ordered to prison for 2.5 years and fined Rp. 100 million (US$8,700) by the Indonesan Supreme Court in connection with his role in the corruption that occurred in the purchase of composting machinery.

The corruption case came to light during Winasa’s second term of Regent of Jembrana when a compost factory stopped operating only several years after its inauguration.

A police investigation commenced by the Bali police in 2009 led to Winasa’s incarceration in January 2011 and was based on proof that he had approved the purchase of defect composting machinery from a Japanese company for 43 million Yen outside stipulations for approved protocols on competitive bidding.

In July 2011 the District Court in Jembrana found Winasa not guilty on all charges and ordered his release.

Unhappy with that outcome, State Prosecutors appealed to the Supreme Court who found the former regent guilty and imposed a penalty of 6 years in prison in July of 2013. On final appeal to the Supreme Court his sentence was adjusted to 2.5 years behind bar.

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Airbus as a School Bus
Lion Air Buys Aviation Training Expertise from Airbus Industries

Lion Air has signed an agreement with Airbus Industries to provide pilot training in Indonesia at their Angkasa Aviation Academy.

Rusdi Kirana, CEO of the Lion Group, told Nusa Bali, “The decision to work together with Airbus for the provision of flight training shows that the Lion Group and Angkasa Aviation Academy is making large investments in education and bringing international standard training to Indonesia.”

The training provided by Airbus will conform to the high standards of Airbus and the European Air Safety Association (EASA).

The agreement with Airbus provides for the creations of a complete training syllabus, training materials and documentation, and the placement of training personnel in the Airbus A320 simulator at Angkasa Aviation Academy.

Lion Air has ordered four A320 flight simulators for placement at the Indonesian flight academy with the first unit set to arrive in April.

Lion Air and its subsidiary airline Batik Air remains since 2007 on the European Union’s blacklist of airlines deemed “unsafe” to operate in European airspace.


Bad Boys! Bad Boys!
Two Juvenile Snatch Thieves Preying on Foreign Tourists Caught By Bali Police

As reported by the Bali Post and Nusa Bali, Police from the Kuta Police Precinct have arrested two Balinese juveniles for robbing visiting tourists.

Two Balinese boys from Karangasem, East Bali, aged 17 and 16, were arrested by police at their boarding house on Jalan Mataram, Gang Tunjung, Kuta six days after they snatched the bag of Cara Stuart, a visiting tourist from Western Australian.

The two boys who were working as motorcycle jockeys in Kuta stole the belongings of Stuart at 3:00 am on Wednesday, March 12, 2014 in front of a Mama’s Restaurant on Jalan Legian.

The boys grabbed the bag of the tourist, making off with Rp. 680,000 and two hand phones belonging to Stuart. The total value of the theft was put at Rp. 12 million.

The victim reported the theft immediately to the Kuta Police Precinct who were able to track the two boys down at their boardings six days later.

The juvenile delinquents admitted a total of nine thefts - all targeted on foreigners - including that which befell Stuart.


Pay at the Door
Bali Has Record Revenues of US$62.7 million in 2013 from Visa on Arrival Fees

Total revenues collected from visa-on-arrival fees (VOA) in Bali in 2013 brought US$62.7 million to government coffers or an average of US$5.2 million each month.

VOA fees in 2012 averaged US$4.8 million a month.

As reported by the Bali Post, the deputy-director of Bank Indonesia in Bali, Suarpika Bumantoro, said the increase in VOA fees reflect the increase in visitor arrivals to Bali and the important contribution of foreign exchange made by foreign visitos to Bali’s economy.

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A Grave Concern
North Bali Dig Up the Burial Place of a Long Time Resident, Claiming Man was Not Entitled a Resting Place in Community Cemetery

The body of a 53-year-old Balinese man, I Made Sukadana, was forcibly disinterred from the community cemetery at the village of Bilian, Kubutambahan in Buleleng, North Bali on Wednesday, March 26, 2014.

Members of the village undertook the disinterment 18 days after Sukudana’s burial when they decided the man was not entitled to a resting place in the village graveyard.

The remains of the man were removed from his grave and transported to Singaraja for cremation by a Hindu Welfare Association. The cost of the cremation was paid by the chief of the village of Bulian, I Gede Pasek.

The deceased, Made Sukadana, who died of natural causes in Bulian on March 6, 2014, was a single man who died apparently without any surviving family members. A “guest resident” of Bulian who never became of formal member of the village community, he lived from the charity of local residents who provided him food and accommodation.

Sukadana originally came to the village 15 years ago where he worked as a driver and stayed on to live with the family he once drove who provided him with housing and support.

The birthplace and home village of Sukadana is unclear.

After his death and burial, villagers in Bulian questioned the man’s entitlement to be buried in the village cemetery of a community to which he did not formally “belong” via Banjar membership.

Meanwhile, some Hindu leaders in North Bali have publicly regretted the hard line taken by the villagers of Bulian, insisting Balinese have an obligation to assist each other in spiritual and material matters.


 
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