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BALI UPDATE #1051 - 24 October 2016


From the Sands of Arabia
Bali Health Officials Report Man Who Died in Bali After Umrah Pilgrimage Was Negative for MERS-Cov Virus

A 50-year-old man, identified only by the initials AS, has died at Bali’s Sanglah General Hospital (RSUP) of a suspected case of the MERS-Cov Cov (Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus).

The man died on May 7, 2014 at 20 minutes past midnight. quoted the head of medical services at RSUP, Ken Wirasandhi, saying: “We are still waiting for laboratory results from the Health Service to determine if the deceased AS was positive or negative for MERS-Cov.”

Wirasandhi said the man who died had a history of respiratory disease and a coronary condition before he began complaining of shortness of breath and a cough about one month ago.

X-ray results indicated the man showed symptoms of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. The deceased has returned from a minor haj (umrah) in the Middle East on April 3, 2014, seeking medical treatment at the RSUP pulmonary center a week later on April 10, 2014.

“The patient underwent lab testing. Those results did not show evidence supporting an infection with MERS-Cov in his blood samples. X-rays of the man’s chest showed chronic lung disease and reduced pulmonary function,” he said.

“The possibility is that the patient was a heavy smoker or had an existing condition that reduced lung function. It’s unclear if this was caused by fatigue or dust, either of which can trigger an existing illness to relapse,” Wirasandhi explained.

The doctor explained that patients suspected of suffering from the MERS-Cov virus must be isolated and placed under observation to prevent contamination to others via coughing or sneezing.

Continuing, Wirasandhi said: “The potential for death is high, especially if the patient is suffering from health complications such as diabetes, asthma, high blood pressure or coronary disease.”

The head of the forensic medicine department at RSUP Sanglah, Dr. Dudut Rustyadi, SpF, explained that the handling of the human remains of those suspected to have died from MERS-Cov virus requires special measures. Those handling the bodies of these patients must wear protective clothing and special precautions are also used in wrapping the body for burial or cremation.

Meanwhile, Bali’s health service has now formally confirmed that the man who died was negative for the MERS-Cov virus.

Feverish Anticipation
Bali Airport Scrutinizing Passengers from Middle East for Indications of Deadly MERS-Cov Virus

The State News Agency Antara reports that special measures have been put in place at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport following the outbreak of MERS-Cov virus in the Middle East.

The airport’s managers – PT Angkasa Pura I is monitoring all direct flights from the Middle East, according to the company’s co-general manager, I Gusti Ngurah Ardita, in comments made to the press on Friday, May 9, 2014.

Thermal body scanners monitored by health officials are in operation in the international arrival terminal.

"Passengers or crew having higher than normal body temperature will be checked by the airport health workers," he explained.

Bali`s regional health service have confirmed that a man hospitalized with respiratory complaints after a Middle East trip and who subsequently died eventually tested negatively for MERS-Cov virus.

Upgrading Bali’s Key Tourist Areas
South Bali to Transformed with Funding for Development of Strategic Tourism Areas

At a tourism forum held on Tuesday, May 6, 2014, at the Bali Tourism Board, the director general for tourism destination development, Firmansyah Rahim revealed that the Ministry of Tourism and the Creative Economy will disburse Rp. 200 billion (US$17.4 million to develop tourism facilities in Sanur, Nusa Dua and Kuta.

The Bali Daily (The Jakarta Post) reports that the improvements along Sanur Beach would cost Rp. 15 billion (US$1.3 million) with Rp. 5 billion from the Ministry and Rp. 10 billion from the Denpasar municipal budget. These funds would be used initially on improving Sanur’s Mertasari Beach area.

Three areas of Bali have been designated by the government as Strategic National Tourism Areas (KSPN).

“This [KSPN] is a huge project and what we’re doing here is just a small part of it. The budget allocated for this project is enormous. The three areas alone will require Rp 200 billion and more are needed for other destinations,” said Firmansyah.

Government plans call for improvement projects to be undertaken in 88 different locations across the Nation, 11 of which are located on the island of Bali.

In Sanur the project will be implemented gradually over three areas: Kesiman Petilan, for cultural tourism; Sanur Kaja and Sanur Kauh, for beach-based and village-based tourism; and Serangan as a conservation and marine area.

Kuta has also been divided into three distinct sections: Cemagi-Munggu, Pererenan-Canggu and Tibubeneng-Kerobokan for sunset beach and farming projects; Kerobokan Kelod, Seminyak, Legian and Kuta – all as beach, entertainment and shopping destinations; and Tuban and Kedonganan for seafood and mangrove ecotourism. 

Nusa Dua is divided in five areas: Tanjung Benoa, Terora and Samuh for marine and ecotourism; the Bali Tourism Development Corporation (BTDC) area and Peminge for meetings, incentives, conferencing and exhibitions (MICE).
; Kampial, Sawangan and Kutuh for marine operations and beaches; Ungasan and Pecatu beaches; and Jimbaran.

“We have researched the potential of each area and planned what we will do there,” said Firmansyah.

Other areas designated as strategic tourism areas salted for development include: Komodo island, Tennger (East Java), Tana Toraja and the Thousand Islands (Jakarta).

A member of the Sanur Development Foundation said plans in Sanur would create a jogging track, parking lots and bicycle paths.

The Very Bare Necessities
Bali Police Raid Strip Club in Kuta Arresting 11 Dancers and Club Owner

Police for the Kuta precinct in Bali have taken 11 young women into custody who, according to investigators, have been working as strip tease dancers at the Lavender Night Club.

The head of the criminal investigation division at the Denpasar police station, Commissioner Benny Murjayanto, on Thursday, May 8, 2014, told, “They were taken into custody for lewd behavior under section 282 of the criminal code (KUHP 282) and all have undergone intensive interrogation.”

Police have named two of the girls as suspects who were arrested while dancing in the nude.

The raid on the Lavender Night Club took place in the early hours of Thursday, May 8, 2014, prompted by complaints received by the police form the public claiming the club regularly presented naked dancers.

After the raid, police confiscated receipts, order books, a guest book and Rp. 3.1 million (US$270) in cash.

Police interrogations of the 11 girls and the owner of the Club identified as “Leo” continued throughout the day on Thursday.

The dancers were also unable to present official ID cards as required under law.

Police told the press that additional suspects may soon be taken into custody.

Indonesian Hotel Investment: Road to Rags or Riches?
Indonesian Hotel Investment Conference Convenes Experts to Identify Opportunities and Pitfalls Ahead

The Second Annual Indonesia Hotel Investment Conference (IHIC 2014) returns to Bali on Friday, June 6, 2014 featuring leaders from the accommodation investment sector to share insights and predictions on the Country’s fast-changing tourism sector.

Held at the Grand Nikko Bali Resort in Nusa Dua, the full-day program of plenary and breakout sessions will convene key-players and analysts to share insights on opportunities, weaknesses and threats awaiting investors and operators in the accommodation sector during the current transitional period in Indonesia’s political history.

Keynote speakers include the former Minister of Tourism and Culture, Drs. I Gede Ardika who is expected to question current models of cultural sustainability in the tourism sector and respected Indonesian business analyst Dr. Douglas Ramage who will highlight coming changes in Indonesia’s leadership and resulting impact on the political and economic landscape.

Jean-Charles Le Coz, the vice-chairman of the Bali Hotels Association (BHA), said: “The BHA is deeply honored by Bapak Ardika’s acceptance of our invitation to present the opening address at the Indonesian Hotel Investment Conference 2014 this June in Bali. His outstanding service to tourism in the Republic and his continuing crusade asking penetrating and much-needed questions on how tourism should be developed, will stimulate a lively dialogue at IHIC and beyond.”

Meanwhile, Dr. Douglas Ramage will share insights on the dynamic changes underway in the Indonesian political and business landscape in a year of political change. With more than 25 years experience in Indonesia, Ramage provides advice and guidance to Fortune 500 companies in Indonesia and is a much sought after speaker and commentator on Indonesia affairs with a proven track-record on helping major companies develop their risk assessments.

Informative panel sessions throughout the day will showcase more than 35 leaders in sessions addressing the investment outlook for Bali; a statistical review of the Indonesian Hotel Industry; the suitability of current development models; how to grow tourism while preserving the indigenous culture and the natural environment; challenges to building a hotel brand in Indonesia; recent innovations in smart design for hotels; the financing of accommodation projects; the challenges presented by social media, OTAs and new travel distribution networks; and the ins and outs of branded residences in Bali.

As with last year’s event, organizers are expecting owners, investors, money managers, hotel management companies, bankers, lawyers, architects and senior hotel management to attend IHIC 2014. Based on feedback from past participants, coffee breaks, a power lunch and a closing sundowner networking cocktail have been designed to maximize interaction among the conference’s diverse range of delegates.

The Bali conference is organized by the Bali Hotels Associaiton (BHA) which represents more than 100 hotels and resorts with more than 15,000 rooms and employing over 30,000 workers in conjunction with Horwath HTL – a respected name in hotel investment consultancy.

An admission fee of US$500 provides access to the conference and all networkinging sessions, with further discounts available to Bali Hotels Assocaition (BHA) or Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI) Members.

A complete program and on line-registration are available at

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The Forlorn of Africa
South African Man Facing Execution for Smuggling Narcotics into Bali

A South African tourist, Stephen Henri Lubbe (58), has heard State Prosecutors ask for the death penalty for attempting to smuggle 1.5 kilograms of methamphetamines through Bail’s Ngurah Rai Airport on February 9, 2014.

The State News Agency Antara quotes public prosecutor I Ketut Sujaya who said before the Court on Monday, May 5, 2014, “We are charging the defendant with violations of section 113 paragraph 2 of Law Number 35 of 2009 regarding the importation and possession of narcotics with the maximum penalty of death.”

The South African has a defense team of three lawyers.

Sujaya also told the Court: “The defendant arrived at the Ngurah Rai Airport on February 9, 2014 at 1:00 am off Hong Kong Airlines Flight 6705. The customs officers were suspicious of a suitcase brought by the defendant.”

Following an inspection of the suitcase, customs office found a black plastic bag concealed in the framework of the suitcase containing crystal methamphetamines.

Lubbe said the concealment of narcotics originated from a Nigerian named Martin Oda who place the methamphetamines in the defendant’s suitcase.

Lubbe claims that Oda told Lubbe that the suitcase contained US$30,000 that he was to deliver to a man in Jakarta for a fee of US$1,000.

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We Will, We Won’t, We Might
Comments by Garuda CEO Spark New Rumors of Possible Acquisition of Tigerair Mandala by Citilink

In the continuing spat of rumors that the Garuda Indonesia subsidiary PT Citilink Indonesia is eyeing the acquisition of Tigerair Mandala, the CEO of Garuda Emirsyah Satar has made an announcement reported by that his company will consider every opportunity available in the market and take of profitable opportunities that present themselves.

Satar’s statement comes less than a week after the CEO of Citilink Indonesia, Arif Wibowo, discounted rumors of Citilink pursuing the troubled Tigerair Mandala.

“Any opportunity in the marketplace, we’ll certainly look at. Is the opportunity profitable for Garuda or not? If it adds value for Garuda, then we'll take it," said Satar at an installation program for new officers at the Ministry of State Owned Enterprises (BUMN).

Last week the aviation marketplace in Jakarta was awash with rumors that Citilink was prepared to acquire Tigerair Mandala in order to strengthen the Garuda subsidiary's regional network.

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A French Chateau on a Beach in Bali
Château Cos d'Estournel intimate Wine Dinner at Mozaic Beachclub on Thursday May 22nd at 19.30

On Thursday, May 22, 2014 Mozaic Beachclub is hosting an intimate dinner showcasing the wines of Château Cos d'Estournel featuring five vintages of the finest Second Grand Cru Classe along with the more contemporary vines producing Les Pagode de Cos.

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91 hectares, the vineyard of Cos is home to Cabernet Sauvignon planted at the higher elevations and southern slopes with Merlot relegated to the eastern slops heavy in Saint-Estephe limestone. The vineyard was established by the early 1800s by , Louis Gaspard d’Estournel who worked tirelessly to establish the vineyards until his death at the age of 91 in 1853.

Changing hands several times in the interim, Château Cos d’Estournel was acquired by Michel Reybier in 2000 who remains committed to maintaining the high standards and quest for excellence initiated by Louis Gaspard d’Estournel.

The May 22, 2014 culinary event will be presented in the theatrical setting of Mozaic Beachclub’s Lotus Arts de Vivre Private Dining Room where the wines of Chateau Cos d’Estournel will be paired in a six-course degustation menu especially created by chef and co-owner James Ephraim. Mr. Charles Thomas, the director of business development from Chateau d'Estournel will also be on hand to provide a commentary on the wines.

The Menu

Château Cos d’Estournel Wine Dinner

Mozaic Beach Club
Batu Belig Beach, Bali


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Seared foie gras, cocoa reduction and glazed omega plums

Chateau Cos d’Estournel, St Estephe, 2012
2012 Chateau Cos d’Estournel, Saint-Estephe, Bordeaux, France Fresh blackberries, juicy blueberries, lead pencil and exotic spice flavors. Vibrant, ripe flavors that are fairly intense with firm tannins and velvety texture. Well-made, polished with fairly long finish. This is a classic rather than modern expressions of Cos which was prevalent over the past decade. Wonderful freshness and a reasonable 13.7% alcohol.

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A quail and anise consommé and shimeji mushrooms

Chateau Cos d’Estournel, St Estephe, 2006
Good deep ruby-red. Expressive aromas of dark raspberry, smoked meat, black olive, iron, smoke and tobacco. Lush, broad and sweet, with a deep smoky, meaty sweetness and outstanding palate coverage. For all its breadth and silkiness, there's no shortage of energy and definition. Finishes impressively long, with chewy, sweet tannins that dust the front teeth.

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Mustard seeds and all flavors of basil

Les Pagode De Cos, St Estephe, 2010
"Cabernet Sauvignon 62%, Merlot 38%. 45% of total production went into Pagodes. Lovely spicy nose. The tannins are defined like cut diamonds! Very pure, lovely and sweet and really charming. Finishes on a note of liquorice. Very silky." 04/11 Jamie Ritchie: "Ripe, rich fruit. Creamy and vanillin. Supple. Good ripe fruit, well balanced with god acidity. Very attractive with lovely fresh finish. Spicy and soft.

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Sumatranese spiced spinach and kaffir lime infused jus

Chateau Cos d’Estournel, St Estephe, 2000
Cassis, iron, coffee and spices in the nose. Full bodied and elegantly styled, this does not have the richness or concentration found in the wine being produced at COS today.

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Black winter truffle espuma

Chateau Cos d’Estournel, St Estephe, 2008
Deep ruby. Rich powerful dark fruity aromas with chocolate notes. Full bodied, soft tannins, high acidity, excellent complexity, bitter chocolate, coffee and nutmeg flavors, long finish

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Smoked orange sorbet and cinnamon bark bubbles

Chateau Cos d’Estournel, St Estephe, 2003
Blending 68% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, and 2% Cabernet Franc, intense aromas packed with Asian spice, truffle, cassis, incense, earth and fresh blackberries lead you to a rich, plush, concentrated wine that ends with a big wave of perfectly ripe, spicy, dark berries and minerality. The long, clean, pure finish has no hard edges.

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Dinner starts at 7:00 pm and seating is strictly limited for this exclusive evening priced at Rp. 1,500,000 net per person (US$130) that include six-courses of fine dining and wine pairings.

For essential reservations telephone ++62-(0)361 4735796 or Email 

Making Kid’s Play of Your Next Holiday
Play@Sheraton Kids Club To Open At Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort On June 7, 2014

Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort will be introduce Play@Sheraton Kids Club for its younger guests beginning on June 7, 2014.

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Play@Sheraton Kids Club is designed to enhance the family travel experience with a fully tailored program including special amenities, educational programs, and entertainment designed for children up to the age of 12 years.

“We are thrilled to introduce the Play@Sheraton Kids Club at our beautiful new resort,” said Dario Orsini, general manager of Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort. “We believe this extension to our resort facility will not only meet the increasing needs of parents traveling with children, but will also exceed kids’ expectations with the special combination of fun learning they will experience during their stay at the resort. Play@Sheraton is a creative and engaging way for children to enjoy the beautiful local culture and the renowned Kuta Beach,” he added.

Activities at Play@Sheraton are built around an “edutainment” concept enabling young resort guests to explore the Balinese culture, community, and people in a way that is both educational and fun. The venue aims to be a place the younger guests can socialize and connect with each other, taking in a movie from Play@Sheraton’s vast selection, or simply relax while reading a book. Kids can also enjoy the outdoors at the wet area with a cascading water feature and build sand castles at the sand pit.

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Kids will also enjoy healthy food options through the resort’s Color Your Mini Plate menu, a dining option that inspires an early start on eating well.
At the resort, families can also take advantage of the resort’s other kid-friendly food and beverage offerings, including kids cooking class at Play@Sheraton and dining discounts of up to 50% for children aged under 12 years.

Play@Sheraton Kids Club is a unique two-level, 136 square meters venue with a reception area that opens to a bright and inviting room featuring a curved communal table. Situated between the hotel and the adjacent Beachwalk outdoor shopping mall, facilities includes:
  • Two computer stations
  • A 42-inch TV wall offering international channel options complete with a DVD player and movies selection. 
  • Play Station 3 devices for video gaming
  • Complimentary wireless Internet
  • Selection of local and international books
  • A mini toilet and wash basin
Taking personalized service to the next level, the team at Play@Sheraton also customizes the fun for its young guests by getting in touch with the parents prior to arrival to learn more about the kids’ preferences and interest.

Upon check in, each child receives his or her own Sheraton drawstring bag filled with kid-friendly items and activities. In room, special amenities are set up for the comfort and enjoyment of each young guest so they enjoy their Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort experience from start to finish. This includes kids hooded bathrobe, bath amenities and slipper. Special in-room features are also made available upon request, including potty seat, bottle warmer, step, baby crib and more. Guests with kids can enjoy all these conveniences when they book a family room with one King Bed and one Twin Bed room connected by a foyer where the little ones can have their own space to play.

Play@Sheraton is complimentary to all Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort in-house guests from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm daily.

With a minimum transaction of IDR350,000++ at the resort’s Shine Spa, non-resort guest can also enjoy the Play@Sheraton services and facilities.

Book a Stay at the Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort

The Italian Job
Alessandro ‘Alex’ Molini Takes Charge at Prego – Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali

The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali has welcomed Italian Chef de Cuisine, Alessandro “Alex” Molini to its culinary team. Alex comes directly from Four Seasons Resort Nevis in the West Indies where he was instrumental in re-establishing their Italian restaurant following a tropical cyclone.

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Passionate about food from an early age, Chef Alex graduated with a culinary certificate from Domodossola near his hometown of Montecrestese, Italy. After embarking on his chosen career, he later completed his education with a college degree in general hospitality studies.

Chef Alex enjoyed a rapid rise through the culinary ranks during his time at the world famous Bulgari Hotel Milan. Bidding Milano farewell, he then accepted a succession of roles that saw him cooking in exotic destinations such as Tanzania and Greece.

Upon returning to his native Italy, Chef Alex has worked as an instructor for the Formont Culinary High School in Villadossola. There he created a curriculum based on kitchen techniques for baking and pizza making.

His main role at the school was to train students with disabilities and behavioral problems for eventual job placements.

Chef Alex assignment in Bali finds him in charge of Prego, a Westin concept Italian restaurant.

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Since his arrival, Chef Alex has been quick to familiarize himself with the availability of local ingredients and has immediately put his traditional bread making skills to the test. He has also overseen the introduction of an outdoor barbecue to enhance the extensive array of delicacies served at Sunday’s Prego Family Brunch.

In his spare time Chef Alex is an enthusiastic golfer with a love for travel and motorbikes.

“Essentially, we are still in the process of positioning Prego as an upbeat restaurant that serves great food and complements Bali’s relaxed way of life. Therefore, we are delighted to have Chef Alex on board. His energy and expertise in the kitchen is just what we need to take Prego to the next level,” said Bipan Kapur, managing director of The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali.

Round Midnight
The St. Regis Bali Resort Debuts the Island’s First Midnight Supper and Celebrates its 5th Anniversary

The St. Regis Bali Resort will host its first exclusive Midnight Supper at the resort’s beachfront Cloud Nine Terrace on May 20th, 2014. This exquisite event is a culmination of the luxury resort’s yearlong, 360-degree celebrations to mark its 5th Anniversary.

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aunched island-renowned, premier Wine & Dine events, The St. Regis Bali Resort will once again raise the bar as the island’s “Originator of Concept” with the Midnight Supper. Culinary connoisseurs will have the opportunity to partake in an exclusive experience featuring a ten-course, ten-hand menu collaboration of five outstanding chefs from St. Regis hotels in Asia: Chef de Cuisine Toshifumi Nakahigashi from La Vedutta Italian restaurant at The St. Regis Osaka, Chinese Sichuan Chef de Cuisine Mike Li from The St. Regis Chengdu, Chef de Cuisine Carlo Valenziano from Jojo Italian signature restaurant at The St. Regis Bangkok, Executive Chef Agung Ardiawan and Executive Sous Chef & Chef de Cuisine of Kayuputi restaurant; and  Agung Gede from The St. Regis Bali Resort.

One of the many cherished traditions of the St. Regis brand, the Midnight Supper was established by Caroline Astor, mother of the St. Regis founder and doyenne of the Gilded Age golden society, as the original after-party events of her coveted, intimate gatherings. Traditionally commencing at midnight, they now conclude at this hour.

On May 20th, 2014, the Midnight Supper will commence at The St. Regis Bali Resort with a legendary Champagne sabrage.

Cocktails commence the evening at 7:30 pm in Vista Bar followed by dinner at 8:00 pm at Cloud Nine Terrace.

Midnight Supper
Celebrating 5th Anniversary of St. Regis Bali

May 20, 2014
Cloud Nine Terrace

Pre-dinner drinks at 7:30 pm – Vista Bar
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10-Course Dinner at 8:00 pm - Cloud Nine Terrace

Amuse-bouche Fine de claire oyster Sea grapes, jicama Balinese pomelo salsa, salted lime sherbet

Femme, Champagne Duval Leroy, Vertus, France 2000 Chardonnay & Pinot Noir
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Blue swimmer crab and classic sturia caviar
Blue swimmer crab tartare in turmeric pickled daikon, citrus – sour cream and classic sturia caviar, lemongrass infused crab bisque with petite salade crostini
By Chef Agung Gede - St. Regis Bali

Femme, Champagne Duval Leroy, Vertus, France 2000 Chardonnay & Pinot Noir
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Cold smoked yellow fin tuna
Burrata cheese, soy sauce flavored caponata salad with Japanese wasabi
By Chef Toshifumi Nakahigashi - St. Regis Osaka

Howard Park, Margaret River, Western Australia 2012 Sémillon & Sauvignon Blanc
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Kung Pao shrimps
Stir-fried with leek, chili-Sichuan pepper and peanut crumbles
By Chef Mike Li - St. Regis Chengdu

Howard Park, Margaret River, Western Australia 2012 Sémillon & Sauvignon Blanc
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Pan seared marbel goby fillet
Braised savoy cabbage, vanilla infused leek velvet, avruga pearls, carrot mousseline and sprinkles of pork crackling
By Chef Agung Ardiawan - St. Regis Bali

M3 Shaw & Smith, Adelaide Hills, South Australia 2009 Sauvignon Blanc
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Polpo e patate
Mediterranean octopus, sweet & sour shallot, semi-dried organic tomatoes, capers, lemon potato foam, black olives
By Chef Carlo Valenziano - St. Regis Bangkok

M3 Shaw & Smith, Adelaide Hills, South Australia 2009 Sauvignon Blanc
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Roasted Peking duck breast
Served with confit of duck leg, wild mushrooms dumplings, shaved smoked duck foie gras, roasted fig and poivre de cassis infused duck jus
By Chef Agung Gede - St. Regis Bali

Brunello Di Montalcino DOCG, San Polo, Allegrini – Lo Cascio, Italy 2005 Sangiovese
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Milk fed lamb lasagna “Fujiyama”
Served with Pecorino cheese foam and fava beans
By Chef Toshifumi Nakahigashi - St. Regis Osaka

Brunello Di Montalcino DOCG, San Polo, Allegrini – Lo Cascio, Italy 2005 Sangiovese
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Chengdu marinated fried wagyu beef filet
Classic Dandan noodles and choy sum
By Chef Mike Li - St. Regis Chengdu

Montessu, Agricola Punica, Tenuta San Guido, Isola Dei N., IGT 2009 Carignano, Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot
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Vitello da latte
Milk fed veal loin, black truffle, Jerusalem artichoke fondue, pot braised baby lentils, aged balsamic vinegar, veal jus
By Chef Carlo Valenziano - St. Regis Bangkok

Montessu, Agricola Punica, Tenuta San Guido, Isola Dei N., IGT 2009 Carignano, Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot
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Valrhona caramelia mousse
Exotic meringue, citrus sponge and passion sorbet
By Chef Agung Ardiawan - St. Regis Bali

Domaine de Monteils, Preignac, Sauternes, Bordeaux, French 2010 Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon & Muscadet
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Coffee or tea Mignardises
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To complement the festive mood of turning “five” – four lucky diners at the Midnight Supper will win prizes of 2 night stays for two at:
- St. Regis Bangkok
- St. Regis Osaka
- St. Regis Chendgu
- St. Regis Bali

Paired with extraordinary wines hand-selected by Chief Sommelier Harald Wiesmann, the Midnight Supper is available at Rp. 2.500.000 (US$217) net per person and will commence at 7.30 pm with pre-dinner drinks.

To reserve, guests can contact the resort’s director of food & beverage, Agus Sutanto directly at +62 (0)815 58 100 482 or by [Email] .

Up on the Roof
Fine Dining Hits New Heights with Castello Banfi Wine Dinner at UNIQUE Rooftop Bar – RIMBA Jimbaran Bali on Friday, May 16, 2014

RIMBA Jimbaran Bali’s recently opened UNIQUE Rooftop Bar will be the venue for a memorable “under the stars” Castello Banfi Wine Dinner on Friday, May 16, 2014 starting with sunset cocktails at 6:00 pm.

From the creators of Bali’s legendary Rock Bar Bali, the UNIQUE provides a 360-degree panoramic view from an Uluwatu hilltop – arguably the best location in Bali to witness the sun sink each evening into the Indian Ocean.

Like its sister Rock Bar Bali, UNIQUE Rooftop Bar is more of a separate destination within the resort. There’s a 25-meter infinity bar, tiered seating and the poolside dining area where the Castello Banfi Wine Dinner will unfold.

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About Castello Banfi

Castello Banfi is a family-owned vineyard estate and winery in the Brunello region of Tuscany. Together with its sister estates in Piedmont, Vigne Regali and Principessa Gavia, it has become recognized the world over for its dedication to excellence and sparking a renaissance in the art of Italian winemaking.

Signature wines of the Castello Banfi Estate, available in 50 countries around the world, include the single-vineyard reserve Poggio all'Oro and unfiltered cru Poggio alle Mura Brunellos, as well as three proprietary cuvées, ExcelsuS, SummuS and Cum Laude. Other single-vineyard bottlings include Tavernelle Cabernet Sauvignon, Colvecchio Syrah and San Angelo Pinot Grigio.

The May 16, 2014 event will launch the venue’s new dinner menu served in combination with outstanding wines from Castello Banfi

The Menu and The Wines
UNIQUE Rooftop - RIMBA Jimbaran Bali
Friday, May 16, 2014
Commences with Sunset Cocktails at 6:00 pm

Aperitifs & Appetizers at the Bar
Sam Angelo Pinot Grigio, IGT

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Breaded White Tail Scampi, Chips, Garden Peas & Tartare Sauce
Le Rime Chardonnay & Pinot Grigio, IGT

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Chicken Liver Pate, Grilled Brioche & Balsimic
Chianti Classico Riserva, DOCG

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Carmelized Angus Beef, Chick Skewers & Sweet Potato Wedges
Brunello Di Montalcino, DOCG

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The Risks of ‘High’ Flight
Indonesian Police Confirm Australian Matt Christopher Lockley Tested Positive for Drugs After Virgin Australia Disruption

The Jakarta Globe quotes am Indonesian police spokesperson, Hery Wiyanto who said on Friday, May 9, 2014, that small traces of methamphetamines were found via the blood and urine samples taken from Matt Christopher Lockley – the 28-year-Australian at the center of an in-flight drama when he tried to gain entry to the cockpit of a Virgin Australia flight from Brisbane to Bali.

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Hery told the press: “There is methamphetamine found in the samples,” adding that traces found of the drug were small, suggesting “probably it had been a long since he last consumed it.”

The Indonesian police would not be questioning Lockley further in the case and has been allowed to return to Australia where he is facing charges brought by the Australian Federal Police in connection with the incident.

The Indonesian police, however, have shared the test results with their Australian counterparts.

Lockley sparked a full scale security alert at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport on Friday, April 25, 2014, when he started pounding on the cockpit door of a Virgin Australia plane one hour out from a Bali landing. A worried pilots sent a coded radio signal declaring a hijacking was underway.

Taken into custody by military and police personnel, Lockley was placed back on a plane to face criminal charges in Brisbane.

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Garuda Eager to Grow it China Travel Market

Speaking at the launch of Garuda Indonesia Discovery Our Journey to Excellence Program on Friday, May 9, 2014 in Jakarta, Emirsyah Satar, the Airline’s CEO affirmed his company’s desire to expand flight services to the Chinese mainland as a means of growing foreign arrivals totals.

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Quoted by, Satar said: “The potential of developing tourists numbers from China is very great. We are convinced that we can capture this market.”

Garuda is reportedly in discussions with the Ministry of Tourism and the Creative Economy on steps to increase the number of Mainland Chinese visitors from 800,000 in 2013 to 1 million in 2014.

Currently, Garuda serves the Shanghai-Jakarta, Beijing-Jakarta and Guangzhou-Jakarta routes on a daily basis. The Indonesian flag carriers operates Boeing 737-800, Airbus 330-200 and Airbus 330-300 on it China schedules.

At the same ceremony, Garuda’s vice-president for China, I Wayan Subagia, announced that in order to boost the number of Chinese visitors to Indonesia new China routes would soon be announced.

Garuda is in the process of completing market surveys to open services to Chengdu and Zhonggi.

Subagia said: “The Chinese market has great potential. From year to year our Chinese passengers to Indonesia grow 10% and our flights to China run an average occupancy of 71%. This year we expect occupancy to average 74%.”

Wayan said Garuda was also assisting the Government in trying to attract Chinese investment in tourism projects in Bali, Borobudur, Lombok, Labuhan Bajo and Menado.

Failing to Linger
Hotels in Bali Report Shorter Lengths of Stay in February 2014

The Bali Statistics Center (BPS) reports that the average length of stay in a starred hotel for both foreign and domestic travelers for the month of February 2014 was 2.89 days, down from the average 3.52 days stay recorded in January.

Quoted in Bisnis Bali, the chief of BPS-Bali Panusunan Siregar said: “Foreign tourists using starred hotels are staying an average 2.82 days, while domestic tourists are staying an average 3.52 days.”

Siregar went on to explain that foreign tourists staying in one-star hotels in February spent 3.15 days while in January that total was 3.31 days.

Two-starred hotel recorded stays by foreign tourists of 3.95 days in February, down from the 4.41 days noted in January.

Three-starred hotels in January saw foreign guests spend 3.24 days, also down from the 3.50 days achieved in January.

Four-starred foreign hotel guests stayed 3.02 days in January, down from 3.95 days spent in January.

Five star hotel guest from abroad stayed 3.53 days in January, increasing from the 3.22 days spent in January.

Street Violence in Bangli
1 Dead and 3 Injured follow Melee at Bangli, Bali Dance Performance in Bali

A traditional Calonarang performance held in a public square in Bangli, Bali erupted into violence on Monday, May 5, 2104, leaving one dead and three injured.

All the casualties were from the Bangli area.

The dance-drama performance in Lapangan Kapten Mudita in Bangli was an ancient story dated from the 12th century depicting the antics of a bitter widow with black magic powers who brings disease and hardship on the community in an effort to compel someone to marry her daughter.

The Calonarang is among the most sacred and mystical dances of the Balinese dance repertoire that, because of its subject matter, can see both cancers and spectators lured into frenzied trance.

The public dance performance was part of a weeklong celebration of Bangli's 810th anniversary.

While details remain sketchy, a misunderstanding apparently erupted when members of the audience began jostling each other during the performance at around 11:30 pm.

According to Nusa Bali, a 19-year-old man, Putu Yudana, told police he was attacked by a group of young men and he attempted to defend himself with a knife concealed on his person. In the ensuring battle, Kadek Dwi Maliastrawan (20), a tourism academy student died shortly after the attack when one of several knife thrusts severed a main artery.

Injured and hospitalized were Kadek Endriawan (19) with knife wound to the stomach, I Wayan Juliartawan (21) with wound to the ear and hands and I Wayan Arta Wedana Putrra (25) with hand injuries.

Yudana told the police he had no intention of killing anyone and thought his life was under threat. He begged  forgiveness from his victims and their families.

No Refund, No Return
Patience at an End, Denpasar will Evict Tiara Grosir on Jalan Cokroaminoto and Seal the Store

The Denpasar Enforcement Bureau (Satpol PP) is planning to close and seal the Tiara Grosir Supermarket on Jalan Cokroaminoto on Friday, May 16, 2014.

Following a long series of appeals and a final ruling from the Supreme Court declaring the supermarket must return the premises to the municipality of Denpasar who are its rightful owner, the city as served three final warning to quit the premises.

The lease for use of the premises by Tiara Grosir ended two years ago with the government declaring that wished to take possession of the land and for public use.

While Tiara Grosir is refusing all attempt at eviction, the Denpasar government is now vowing that by May 16, 2014 Tiara will either leave the location or be forcibly ejected.

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Badung Bali Lawmakers Want to Travel En Masse to Brazil to Promote Tourism

Members of the Badung House of Representatives (DPRD-Badung) are planning a comparative study trip to Brazil at an estimated cost of Rp. 1.5 billion (US$130,000).

Seen as a privilege of office and as a reward for retiring lawmakers, such grand tours are an annual affair. Last year the DPRD-Bandung visited Thailand and Australia.

According to The Bali Post, all 40 members of the DPRD Badung will be entitled to join the proposed tour to Brazil that is also be used to promote tourism from Brazil to Bali.

One source at the DPRD-Bali told the Bali Post that the lawmakers wished to travel to a distant locale and see the preparations for the World Cup while at the same timepromoting tourism.

The plans for the visit are still loose and unorganized. The Council Secretariat (Setwan) told The Bali Post that the DPRD-Badung is still trying to arrange an agenda for the visit, admitting there were no pressing pending agenda items between Bali and Brazil that could serve as the rationale for promoting tourism to that South American nation.

I Wayan Puspa Negara, the chairman of the legislative agency (Banleg) of the DPRD-Bali defended the trip, saying lawmakers could examine football stadiums being built for the 2014 World Cup and visit Copacabana Beach to discover why it is more famous than Bali’s Kuta Beach.

According to NusaBali, one unspoken function of the trip is to serve as a farewell gift for members of the House who were not re-elected to another term in the parliament.

Puspa Negara did not explain how educating retiring legislators via an expensive trip contribute to the collective knowledge of the Badung Parliament.

In 2013, a total of 9.379 Brazilians visited Bali as tourists. As a market share of all foreign visitors Brazil comprises 0.29% and of the 170 nations tracked by Bali Tourism, Brazil ranks as the 97th most important market for the island

The secretary of the DPRD told the press that plans to visit Brazil were, at this stage, merely an aspiration of the legislators, but had yet to be finalized. Hong Kong was also being considered for the trip
For such a trip to materialize the DPRD-Badung would have to receive formal authorization for the trip from Bali’s governor and the Minister of the Interior.

Another former official said that planners of the trip were still trying to obtain an formal invitation to visit Brazil, looking for a major event to attend and justify the promotion of tourism as the basis for the legislative study-tour journey.

Long Term Parking Available
Head of Parking Authority at Bali Airport Gets Record High Prison Sentence

The trial of Chris Sridana, the CEO of PT Penata Sarana Bali (PSB) – the parking authority at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport was given the highest sentence ever handed down in any corruption trial in Bali on Monday, May 5, 2014.

Sridana faced the three-judge panel that found him guilty of corrupting Rp. 28 billion (US$2.4 million) that they punished with 15 years in prison. In addition, he received a fine of Rp. 1 billion (US$87,000). Failure to pay the fine will delay any remissions in his sentence and add 3 months to his sentence.

The Court also ordered Sridana to pay retribution amounting to Rp. 28 billion (US$2.4 billion) to the Nation. Failure to pay the compensation will cause the State to confiscate all the man’s assets. If his assets are insufficient to pay the compensation, an addition three years will be added to his sentence.

In handing down the record high sentence the judges determined that Sridana played a central role in the corruption and found little to mitigate the sentence.

In earlier trials conducted in the Denpasar Court related to the parking authority corruption subordinates of Sridana – Indrapura Barnoza, Rudi Jhonson Sitorus and Mikhael Maksi each received prison sentences of 10 years and fines of Rp. 1 billion each.

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Two Thousand Hands of Traditional Indonesian Massage

Radar Bali reports that as many as one thousand massage therapists from across Indonesia gathered on Sanur Beach in front of the Inna Grand Bali Beach in the late afternoon of Friday, May 9. 2014.

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The masseurs traveled to go for a world record and by offering 1,000 massages for 15 minutes to participants in Bali Asia-Pacific Hash.

The previous world record was held by Thailand where 641 masseuses provided a simultaneous massage for 12 minutes.

On hand to witness the world record attempt were the Indonesian Minister for Tourism and the Creative Economy Mari Elka Pangestu and Jaya Suprana of the Indonesia Museum of Records (MURI).

The 2,000 Hands of Traditional Indonesian Massage was certified as a record making performance by Suprana on behalf of the MURI Museum

The 1,000 therapist traveled to Bali from Spas across Indonesia to provide the free massage to the visiting Hash runners.

Come Fly with Me!
President Yudhoyono Brings New Presidential Jet to Bali

Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono traveled to Bali to attend the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Summit on May 5, 2014.

The President used the occasion to make an inaugural trip on the newly acquired “RI-1” – the Presidential Executive Jet recently delivered by the Boeing Corporation.

Before departing from Jakarta’s Halim Perdanakusuma Airport with First Lady Ani Yudhoyono, the President told the press: “I would like to say one thing, while I have been President for ten years I am thankful that in my last six month in office I am able to board the presidential aircraft and in so doing save money from the State budget.

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Broadway Musical ‘Grease’ to be Presented June 6-7, 2014 in Bali

The Broadway musical that inspired the Hollywood Hit – “Grease” will be presented in 3 performances at The Canggu Club June 6-7, 2014.

Often termed the “original high school musical” – the Bali production of Grease will feature all the hit songs from the show including: You're The One That I Want, Grease Is The Word, Summer Nights, Hopelessly Devoted To You, Sandy and Greased Lightnin."

A performing cast of 28 Bali youngsters aged 9-14 years hailing from 7 different international schools will stand before the footlights in the gymnasium at The Canggu Club.

Organized by the Foundation for Teaching Teenagers Creativity (Yayasan Pendidikan Kreativitas Remaja) and CENTERSTAGE Performing Arts and Production School, the show has been in rehearsal since January. The school and its first musical performance will be presented at a high theatrical standard aided by instructors with a long list of screen, stage and performance credits.

Similarly, those producing the production are promising a “true theatrical experience” with no effort spared in lighting, sound and stagecraft

Tickets are on sale at Rp. 150,000 (US$13) for adults and Rp. 100,000 (US$8.70) for children.

Tickets can be purchased at:
  • CENTERSTAGE - Performing Arts and Production School telephone +62-(0) 82144815165 or Email 
  • The Canggu Club – telephone 62-(0) 8493939 or Email 
  • Rob Peetoom – telephone +62-(0) 361-738363 or Email

Seeds of Hope for Bali and the World
A Weekend of Conservation and Sustainability in Bali with Dr. Jane Goodall June 14-15, 2014

Bali’s world renowned Green School has organized an entire weekend dedicated to conservation and sustainability featuring Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE as a special guest.

Dame Jane Goodall is a well-known and controversial primatologist, ethnologist, anthropologist and UN Messenger for Peace. Best known for her groundbreaking work on chimpanzees, she has spent five decades studying the behavior and social organization of wild chimpanzees and is an outspoken defender of Nonhuman Rights.

During her stay in Bali Goodall will deliver a private lecture and participate in a book signing for the recently published Seeds of Hope co-authored with Gail Hudson.

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examine the central role played by trees and plants in nature. Originally scheduled for release in April 2013, Seeds of Hope was recalled for corrections after being panned by both the Washington Post and Wikipedia for plagiarism and inaccuracies. Goodall subsequently apologized, vowing her team would ensure proper attribution would be made in order not to interfere with books “crucial message.”

A Weekend of Conservation and Sustainability

The two-day event will be held at the Green School Campus in central Bali.

Saturday June 14th will open with a “Plastik Tidak Fantastik Festival” or a “A Plastics are Not Fantastic Festival” will include workshops, a fundraising fun-run, a trash fashion show, live music performances and many more exciting activities.

Sunday, June 15, 2014, will be a conservation conference of lectures and panel discussions, films and a private keynote address by Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE.

Privileged participants will enjoy a coffee break and book signing with Dr. Goodall and hear an address on “Seeds of Hope” – only available to a limited group of 25.

For more information and to register on Line [A Weekend of Conservation and Sustainability]  

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In Diplomacy Does ‘No’ Mean ‘Maybe’?
British Vice Consul Suspended and Under Investigation for Inappropriate Relationship with Kerobokan Prison Inmate

A junior British diplomat in Bali is being investigated over her relationship with Briton jailed for drugs. The U.K. Press is covering the developing scandal allegedly involving a British diplomat based in Bali and a notorious prisoner housed at Bali’s for narcotics crimes.

According to the, the British Foreign Office has confirmed it is investigating reports of an improper relationship between a 30-year-old female diplomat assigned to Bali and the convicted drug king-pin Julian Ponder serving a six-year sentence in the prison.

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Vice-consul Alys Harahap, who is married to an Indonesian national, was reportedly caught by prison officials while passionately embracing Ponder during one of her regular visits to the prison.

Harahap has been placed on suspension by The Foreign Office while an investigation is carried out in regards to charges of inappropriate behavior and the violation of prison rules.

Harahap intimate’s embrace reportedly occurred with Poder (44) who is linked to the Lindsay Sandiford case - the English grandmother sentenced to death for smuggling cocaine into Bali in 2013.

Ponder’s relationship with Harahap is alleged to date back for a number of months and included times when the two were left alone together in the prison’s clinic and the prison governor’s office.

The former honorary consul in Bali, Mark Wilson, now retired, told the press: “I can only hope this is a misunderstanding and that Alys was giving this prisoner a hug to say, ‘take care of yourself’. It may have been something entirely innocent that has been misinterpreted.”

Harahap is married with two daughters. She studied Indonesian at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London and is a recent recruit to the Foreign Service.

The prison governor, Farid Junaedi, while welcoming the official enquiry, claims no formal complaint has been made in the matter. “I am not concerned with the relationship between them [Ponder and Ms Harahap]. It is not our business. I am only concerned with Ponder’s behavior in prison,” he added.

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