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BALI UPDATE #1048 - 03 October 2016

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Women of Bali Helping Their Island Neighbors
Bali International Women’s Association Annual Charity Bazaar Saturday, October 30, 2016

BIWA (Bali International Women’s Association) will hold its annual Charity Bazaar at Lotte Mart, on Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai, Sanur, on Sunday, October 30, 2016, from 9 :00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Some 200 stalls offering a variety of merchandise and food will be open during the Bazaar providing an opportunity to do some early Christmas shopping. A full-day program of music and dance performances will be provided.

BIWA is a secular, non-profit and non-political charity association for women from different nations and cultures residing in Bali. BIWA cares for people residing in Bali, particularly women and children. BIWA’s record of social welfare programs stretches over more than four decades.

The bazaar proceeds will be used to support various social welfare projects. Projects include funding to help abandoned babies; sewing courses and cooking equipment to empower disadvantaged women; aide to the elderly; schools for the mentally disabled and assistance for hearing-challenged children.

To support BIWA’s 2016 social welfare program purchase a Bazaar Voucher for Rp.100,000 that will provide a chance to win one of the many exciting prizes to be drawn during the day of the Bazaar. Each voucher provides 2 raffle tickets.

Vouchers are on sale at the BIWA office, Jalan Tirta Ening 15, Sanur or cby telephoning Marijke Broerse at +62-(0)812 36069019.

Vendors interested in a table at the Bazaar can contact Ms. Alit at ++62-(0)0361-286342.


And They’re Off!
Join Melbourne Cup Celebrations in Bali on Tuesday, November 1, 2016

What do beauties in outlandish hats; the Island of Bali; French bubbles and a bunch of horses share in common? They all play a part in Bali’s biggest annual  Lawn Party held to celebrate the 2016 running of the Melbourne Cup.

The Canggu Club Moet & Chandon Melbourne Cup Party will get underway for the race that stops a nation and run until 8:00 pm on November 1st.

Traditionally a sell-out, those fortunate enough to secure a seat at last year’s Melbourne Cup Party at The Canggu Club are treated to 3 hours of free-flow Moet & Chandon Champagne, fashion, delicious food and, top-class entertainment.

Keeping up the incredible standard of entertainment from past Melbourne Cup Days in Bali, this year’s headline act is Daryl Braithwaite whose platinum hit The Horses celebrated its peak at “number one” on the Australian charts 25 years ago this past May.

Round up friends for a table of 10 and obtain a discounted early bird price of just Rp, 1,500,000 per member or Rp. 1,600,000 for non-members!

Enjoy 3 hours of free flow French bubbles, frosty beers and wine along with canapés and a gourmet lunch. All of the racing action of the day can be caught on multiple screens around the marquee and throughout the sports bar. There’ll be fashions on the field and auctions and raffles for the chance to score great prizes with 100% of the proceeds donated to Solemen, a not-for-profit charity assisting disadvantaged people in Bali.

The live entertainment starts after the race and continues until 8 o’clock in the evening.

Tickets can be booked at the Canggu Club Website or from the reception at Canggu Club.

CANGGU CLUB
Jalan Canggu Club, Canggu, Bali, Indonesia
Ph: +62 (361) 848 3939
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Prisons as Narcotics Hubs in Bali?
Police Arrest Airport Security Worker with Methamphetamines. Drug Arrests Linked to Network Headquartered at Bali Prisons?

While urinalysis conducted by the Provincial Anti-Narcotics Office (BNNP-Bali) on 40-members of the Aviation Security Team at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport on Wednesday, September 28, 2016, found no traces of drug use among those surveyed, Denpasar police arrested a member of the airport security team on the same date during a raid on a house in the Pemogan area of Denpasar.

Beritabali.com reports that police from the Narcotic Directorate arrested an Airport Security Officer, identified only by the initials MDA (26), was arrested by Bali’s Narcotics Division of the Police with 13 packets of methamphetamines weighing a total 15 grams in his possession.

MDA had been under surveillance by police during the week prior to his arrest.

The Airport Security member was apprehended in front of his rented room on Jalan Gelgor in Pemogan at 3:30 pm. When police searched the man they found the narcotics hidden in the seat compartment of a broken motorcycle owned by the man

MDA reportedly told police that he obtained the drugs from a friend, identified by police with the initials KMR, who is a prisoner imprisoned in Tabanan for a drug offense. MDA also told police that he had been acting as a drug courier for KMR for the past 6 months for which he was paid Rp. 500,000 a week.

Police say MDA would receive the drugs in lots ranging from 10 grams to 100 grams. He would sub-divide the drug into smaller packets at his residence and then sell the methamphetamines to his network drug abusers.

The arrest of MDA and other arrests in recent days suggest that the sale and distribution of illicit narcotics in Bali is headquartered in prisons across the Island.

In a separate case, Drug enforcement officers apprehended market attendant on Jalan Sulawesi in Denpasar for dealing methamphetamines. The market attendant who collects rentals from market vendors, identified as ADW (41), was arrested on Wednesday, September 28, 2016, at 7:30 pm with one packet of sabu-sabu that he told police he obtained from a friend, SMN (49).

Police then sought SMN who works as a Bakso salesman on Jalan Sulawesi who was discovered with one packet of methamphetamines in his possession. SMN, according to police, was a recidivist who was imprisoned from 2003 until 2007 at the Kerobokan prison for narcotic offenses.

A day before, on September 27, 2016, police arrested a freelance driver in the Pesanggaran area of Bali with 39.66 grams of methamphetamines. He told police that he obtained the drugs from an inmate at the Klungkung prison in East Bali.


Larger than Lady Liberty
Garuda Wisnu Kencana Monument Park to Open in 2018

Governor Made Mangku Pastika has reiterated his desire that construction of the Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) Monument Park be completed as soon as possible so it can assume its rightful role as a tourism icon for the Island of Bali.

As reported by Beritabali.com, the Governor called for a speedy completion of the giant statue during a meeting with the management team of GWK and the monument’s sculptor Nyoman Nuarta on Friday, September 30, 2016.

Nyoman Nuarta explained to the Governor that the statue is now 80% complete. Nuarta said the biggest challenge faced by those constructing the monument are the strong winds.

The GWK Monument, when completed, will be nine times larger that the Statue of Liberty in volumetric terms.

Nuarta told the Governor that the GWK Monument will take at a maximum of two more years to complete.

A director of PT Garuda Adhimatra Indonesia, Seno Andhikawanto, who manages GWK, said his company is committed to completing the monument as soon as possible. Seno also explained that the completed park would also include a range of supporting facilities, such the development of a hotel on the site.

The construction of GWK restarted in May 2013 after construction was halted for a number of years.

The Governor called on GWK to ensure that no rules and regulations are violated in the completion of the monument park.


An Eruption with Limited Impact
Single Eruption of Volcanic Mount Barujari on Tuesday, September 27, 2016, Causes Spate of Flight Cancellations to Bali

A limited number of flights to and from Bali were delayed on canceled when Mount Bajujari volcano at the Mount Rinjani National Park on Lombok exploded on Tuesday, September 27, 2016.

A number of flights between Australia and Bali were canceled when Mount Rinjani exploded and made a single ejection of smoke and volcanic dust to an altitude of 6,500 feet.

As reported by RadarBali.com, Virgin Air, JetStar, Tiger Air, Korean Air and Hong Kong Air reported flight cancellations or delays.

The volcanic eruption was short-lived and by Wednesday no reports of any threatening volcanic ash from the volcano were reported from the Volcanic Dust Observation Center in Darwin, Australia.

As a precautionary step, Indonesian government officials ordered tourists to evacuate the Mount Rinjani National Park following the explosion on September 27th. No injuries were reported at the Park in connection with the sudden explosion and evacuation process.


Keeping Business Afloat!
Denpasar Inaugurates Floating Market on Badung River at Pemogan

The municipal government of Denpasar continues to undertake efforts to clean up the heavily polluted rivers that flow through Bali’s capital.

Beritabali.com reports that included among projects for clean-up campaigns are efforts to mobilize the public in keeping Denpasar’s rivers clean. Among the rivers targeted for clean up by Denpasar government are: Tukad Badung (Gajah Mada), Tukad Tagtag, Tukad Bindu, Tukad Pengembak Sanur, and Tukad Badung (Pemogan).

On Thursday, September 29, 2016, a new venture of a floating market was launched on the Tukad (River) Badung near Jalan Taman Pancing. The floating market using open canoes paddled by women from the Village of Pemogan took to the river to sell vegetables and other items to the surrounding community.

The launch of the new floating market concept was attended by Denpasar’s Mayor, I.B. Rai Dharmawijaya.

The occasion was also used to present prizes and awards in a contest to clean up Denpasar’s rivers that saw neighborhoods in four regions of the Capital win recognition.

The Denpasar Municipality will support the floating market concept by providing canoes to local residents who want to participate in the floating market concept.


Hip-Hip Hooray For Prego’s Birthday!
Prego at The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali Celebrates Its Third Anniversary on October 9, 2016

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There will be celebrations all around on Sunday, October 9, 2016, as Prego marks its third anniversary with a special edition of its award-winning FunDay Family Brunch. This lively Italian restaurant at The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali will be pulling out all the stops with even more great food, gimmicks and colorful entertainment.

To complement its regular “all you can eat” buffet, Prego will have a semi a la Carte menu where selected dishes are prepared to order at an open-plan kitchen. From antipasti and salads to roasted meats, pasta, pizza and regional specialties - this one-of-a-kind brunch will satisfy all appetites with over 50 different dishes available. A dedicated dessert station will also be serving up an assortment of sweet delights including crepes, homemade gelato, cotton candy and even a birthday cake to honor the occasion.

Everyone is welcome to come along and celebrate with Prego. All names will go into a lucky draw for a chance to win a prize. There will be lots of FunDay Family Brunch vouchers up for grabs plus exclusive Heavenly Spa by Westin products. The star prize of the day is an opportunity to visit Bali Zoo Park and enjoy breakfast with its orangutan.

Prego’s party ambiance will keep youngsters entertained for hours with a special outdoor play area and games supervised by the experienced team from Westin Family Kids Club. There will be a pizza piñata filled with treats as well as a cartoonist, balloon art, and Super Chef cooking activities. “Pipo the Squirrel” is also expected to make an appearance, while a resident magician will be wandering around performing mind-blowing tricks.

Priced at just Rp 360,000 ++ per person, this special anniversary edition of FunDay Family Brunch at Prego promises a weekend dining experience that everyone will enjoy. Kids eat for free (2 kids under 12 years) when accompanied by their parents and SPG members are entitled to a generous 20% discount. This offer includes complimentary access to the resort’s premium swimming to cool off and relax for the remainder of the day.

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About The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali.

The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali enjoys a prime beachfront location within an exclusive enclave on the island’s southern shores. With 433 modern rooms, it is a place where guests can be at their best and experience total renewal. Exciting dining venues anticipate global tastes with delicious cuisines and healthy SuperFoodsRx options. There is a choice of swimming pools, award-winning Heavenly Spa by Westin™ for relaxation, WestinWORKOUT® to stay in shape and little ones get to play at the Westin Family kids club. The adjacent Bali International Convention Centre provides comprehensive meeting resources with space for up to 10,000 delegates. The resort caters to the needs of leisure and business travelers alike with exceptional services and facilities to match.


A Lasting Gift for Yourself or a Friend!
One-Day Massage Training Course Now Available from Jari Menari

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Life-long learning is personally fulfilling and can make you feel so very good!

This is certainly the case with the one-day massage training course now available from Bali’s world famous massage centers operated by Jari Menari in Seminyak and Tanjung Benoa.

y senior staff, the classes start at 9:00 am and end at 3:00 pm. This “hands-on” training provides interactive training sessions with the Island’s most talent massage practitioners. The class is fun, educational, interesting, offers true vocational skills and is a great way to meet and interact with Indonesian people.

The session begins with 35-minutes of yoga session to enhance energy flows, a tea break accompanied by Indonesian traditional sweets and is followed by a three-hour lesson that teaches a 9-step, oil free, massage sequence that focuses on the back of the body.

Also, included is a delicious lunch. The session then ends with the students receiving a 90-minute massage session, from one of the all-male practitioners from the Jari Menari Staff.
ants will also receive a Jari-Menari “Dancing Fingers” T-shirt to be worn back home, when proudly sharing their new skills in massage to family and friends.

Classes are offered every Tuesday and Wednesday at the Seminyak Jari Menari location and on Thursdays and Fridays at Tanjung Benoa. Advance booking are suggested, with walk-in guests accepted.

The cost of the course and all its inclusion is US$170 with an option to extend the program for an additional day’s training for only US$50.

Jari Menari Perfect Massage, for male or female travelers, families, and couples, offered by the dancing fingers of one of their skilled male practitioners forms one of the most memorable parts of a Bali Holiday. Find out why Vogue Australia listed one of these treatments as a “must do” part of a perfect holiday in paradise.

One Day Massage Training by Jari Menari
9:00 am until 3:00 pm
Every Tuesday and Wednesday in Seminyak
Wednesdays and Thursdays at Tanjung Benoa
Jari Menari Website
Telephone +62-(0)361-736 740


Can You Hear my Fingers?
Bali to Host Pageant to Pick Male and Female Deaf Ambassador On Saturday, October 29, 2016

The municipal government of Denpasar’s commitment to the disabled in Bali is not limited to material and infrastructure support, but also extends to supporting creative and social integration efforts driven by that segment of the Island’s society.

The municipality of Denpasar is supporting this year's Young Mister and Miss Deaf Pageant (Pemilihan Putra Putri Tuli) that will be held on Saturday, October 29, 2016, in Denpasar at the Festival Taman Kota Lumintang Building. 

ted by Metrobali.com, the organizers are striving to provide an opportunity for creative exploration and creativity by members of Bali’s deaf community.

This is the third year for such an event to be held in Bali. Initial interviews among those vying to participate in the pageant were held on Saturday, October 1, 2016.

Those seeking to be named Putra or Putri Tuli for the Island of Bali must be deaf, Indonesian citizens, aged between 14-25 years and unmarried. Those competing must be able to communicate in sign language before an audience and have a wide general understanding about the island of Bali and issued related to the challenges facing disabled members of society.


A Declaration of War?
Indonesian Tourism Minister Leads Charge to Achieve More Foreign Tourism Visitors than Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore

Speaking in Bali, Minister of Tourism, Arief Yahya, has declared that the government, tourism professionals and the nation’s younger generation must not pause to rest until the number of tourism visitors to Indonesia exceed totals achieved by Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.

The Minister’s remarks were made at Bali’s Tourism Academy (STP) in Nusa Dua, Bali on Thursday, September 29, 2016.

As reported by Metrobali.com, Yahya told hundreds of STP graduates that “no one should sleep” before Indonesia welcomes more tourist visitors than Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.

“You cannot sleep before you defeat Malaysian and Thailand. Indonesian tourism has been asleep for too long. Now, we must awake and not slumber again until we defeat Malaysia and Thailand. If we do sleep, we will be left far behind, even though Indonesia is a great country with great potential,” said Yahya.

The Minister continued to say that the younger generation needs to understand Indonesia’s weaknesses in the tourism industry. Armed with the knowledge of our own deficiencies, said Yahya, Indonesia must also study the weaknesses of its “enemies and competitors.”

The Minister outlined Indonesia’s main weakness in the field of tourism as a lack of promotion in comparison to its neighboring competitors.

While Indonesia is struggling to achieve 12 million foreign tourist arrivals, neighboring competitors have achieved much larger totals such as Malaysia (27 million), Thailand (25 million) and Singapore (20 million).

The Minister lamented that Thailand is promoting itself as “the Bali of Asia.” Adding, “this is very painful to Indonesia.”

The Minister said Indonesia earns US$10 billion from tourism, with Bali contributing 40% of this amount. Meanwhile, Malaysia earns US$ 30 billion from its 27 million visitors.

Yahya explained that his Ministry is now promoting the branding of “Wonderful Indonesia” around the world.


Batter Up!
Governor Pastika Describe the Qualities that Should be Possessed by his Successor

As reported by the State News Agency Antara, Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika recently listed the three criteria that should be possessed by his successor who will serve 2018-2023.

Bali’s next Governor, he said, must possess abilities as a bureaucrat, a politician, and a statesman.

“If you’re looking for an ideal Governor, seek one who understands management and the bureaucracy. He must also be a politician and a statesman who is able to think in generational terms,” said Pastika in a discussion on Radio Republik Indonesia (RRI) on Tuesday, September 27, 2016.

Elaborating further, Pastika said an experienced bureaucrat must command management techniques, and know the standards and procedures used in the public sector.

Meanwhile, a politician must be mindful of how to be reelected to office and a statesmen in order to be able to comprehend an entire generation 25 years into the future.

The Governor also underlined the need for honesty and integrity in selecting Bali’s next governor.

“If you really want to know the quality of a person, give him power. Then you will see what they are really  like, even if you didn’t know before. A person who speaks out against corruptions may, once elected, becomes a corruptor,” said Pastika.

Continuing, Pastika added: “Bali confronts a paradox. It wants to progress, but it doesn't want to move. It wants to be pure, but it behaves in impure ways. It seeks public welfare, but does not want to work. It wants to be intelligent, but does not want to go to school.”

In an open meeting broadcast by RRI the audience - that included religious figures, academics, public figures, media members, and activists for women and children, also saw an open discussion on what constitutes an ideal Governor for Bali.

The audience participating in the broadcast spoke of the need for a leader able to protect Bali; in possession of a spiritual nature; of sound mind and body; able to create an atmosphere of security and welfare; attentive to issues of culture and the environment; able to withstand criticism by the media; and just in providing attention to the specific needs of children and women.


Currying the Favor of Bali Visitors
Spice Mantraa - International Indian Dining Experience Opens in Bali

BDC Holdings - a global company headquartered in Dubai, has introduced their newly developed take on an Indian Cuisine Restaurant to Bali. The first Spice Mantraa Restaurant has opened on busy Jalan Kartika Plaza in Kuta, directly opposite the popular Discovery Shopping Centre.

ali is one of the world’s most popular destinations for tourists from across the globe and now, we also see Bali, as an emerging International culinary destination. We are here to offer the region a new culinary experience, the true Indian flavors with inspiration.” Explained K.S. Ramakrishnan (Ram), President and CEO of BDC Holdings. Bali was chosen as the launch city for Spice Mantraa, says Ram, as the Island compliments the global appeal and clientele their new concept aims to cater to.

sis of BDC Hospitality’s concept for Spice Mantraa was inspired by a desire to showcase the timeless allure of Indian cuisine and present it in the universal context. Spice Mantraa aims to take the diner on a culinary journey of classic Indian fare with a contemporary global twist.

Spice Mantraa offers an eclectic menu inspired by authentic recipes from the length and breadth of India’s diverse culinary canvas spanning Kashmir in the North to the coasts of Kerala in the South and the hamlets of Gujarat in the West to the pristine hills of Arunachal Pradesh in the East. In the words of Spice Mantraa’s creators: “The classics are presented as a series of invocations, mantras that, coupled with the playfulness of molecular gastronomy and avant-garde cuisine, create dishes that will delight the diner with their complexity and wittiness. Spice Mantraa is this alchemy of tastes, reinvented for the modern gourmet by a team of four ambitious and creative chefs from different parts of India.”

diate future will see the ‘Spice Mantraa’ chain of restaurants spread to some of the world’s most popular cities, including Singapore, Los Angeles, Kuala Lumpur, Dubai, and Mumbai.

Spice Mantraa Website 

Telephone: +62-(0)812 469 2567 4

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Hit the Road, And Never Come Back
Local Transport Drivers Protest in the Thousands to Demand an End to Online Transport Operations in Bali

Beritabali.com reports that thousands of demonstrators hailing from local transport drivers in Bali took to streets of Denpasar to demonstrate on Wednesday, September 28, 2016.

The transport drivers are seeking to force the provincial government of Bali to outlaw online transport operators and block the applications of Grab, Uber and GoCar from functioning on the Internet in Bali.

The peaceful demonstrations lasted for little more than two hours, staritng from 9:00 am when the demonstrators delivered their demands at the Governor’s office, citing the online operators' failure to apply for local licensing approval or open a brand office in Bali.

The protestors were received directly by the Governor represented by a number of ranking provincial officials.

The coordinator of the protests and the Alliance of Bali Transport Drivers (Alstar-Bali), I Ketut Witra, said, “We ask the government to be firm in executing its responsibilities in leading the region and protecting the Island by, firstly, removing all advertising and banners for Gran and Uber Taxi in Bali.”

Alstar-Bali demands that on October 3, 2016, that the Grab and Uber online applications be blocked from use across the entire region of Bali because the online companies have failed to register themselves as required under the law.

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On The Beach an Orchestra’s Playing
Griya Santrian's October-November Schedule for Biweekly “Mostly Jazz” by the Beach Presents Indonesia’s Top Talent

On Sunday evenings once every two weeks, Griya Santrian on Sanur Beach in Bali offers a sophisticated jazz event by the beach called “Mostly Jazz.”

Serving dinner accompanied by some of Indonesia’s most talented jazz performers, “Mostly Jazz” has lined up a talented bevy of artists for the months of October and November.

The Griya Beach Club is a comfortable, intimate setting facing the Sanur Beach. Each evening – once every two weeks - "Mostly Jazz" features jazz performances ranging from pop to jazz style accompanied by a delectable set menu dinner and wine served in a cozy beach ambient.

Under the leadership of Bali-based world-class musician Indra Lesmana and the Sanggar Musik Indra Lesmana, the performances promise to be world class and memorable, featuring Tompie (Oct 9), Isyana (Oct 23), Bubugiri (Nov 6) and Trie Utami (Nov 20).

Sunday, October 9, 2016 - Tompie

ifitrian is a man of many faces: a renowned singer, master of ceremonies and a medical doctor. Better known as Tompie, this supremely talented performer was born in Lhokseumawe, Aceh, where his vocal characterizations were influenced by traditional Aceh songs and Islamic chanting common to this area of Indonesia. In addition to being a talented composer, he has made a career for himself as one of Indonesia’s top performer releasing 9 albums including My Happy Life (2008), Paris Jakarta Express (2009), and Tak Pernah Setengah Hati (2010). Currently, he enjoys performing with the famous Trio Lestari, together with Sandhy Sondoro, and Glenn Fredly.

Sunday, October 22, 2016 - Isyana

cian, singer and songwriter, Isyana Sarasvati was born in Bandung on May 2, 1993. Her hit single Keep Being You made her unique sound instantly famous and won her the Award as Female Singer of the Year & Breakthrough Artists of the Year in the Indonesia’s Choice Awards 2015. Following on from the success of her first single, her second single Tetap Dalam Jiwa in 2015 was also an instant hit. In addition to her considerable skills as a vocalist - Isyana is also a talented pianist, saxophonist, and flutist.

Sunday, November 6, 2016 - Bubugiri

giri is the name of an Indonesian acoustic duo comprised of two best friends - Bubu and Giri. Acquaintances since their time in High School, they met again in 2007 performing together in cafés and at musical events in Bandung and Jakarta. In October 1, 2015, they released their first hit album entitled “Music Every Day.” The musical concept on that album was, in the words of Bubu and Giri, “a little bit of everything” with a touch of folk, jazz, blues, urban and ethnic presented in “tight” and “groovy” minimalist music arrangements.

Sunday, November 20, 2016 - Trie Utami

Utami Sari, known as Lie, who was born on January 8, 1968, in Bandung, West Java. is one of Indonesia’s best-known singers and songwriters. As a teenager together with her two brothers - Purwa Tjaraka and Thea Ika Ratna, she practiced piano and followed a musical education at Bina Mustika Bandung in 1978. Her professional musical debut began with the legendary Krakatau, a famous jazz group band with which she recorded her first album in 1986 called First Album. Her hits include Kau Datang, Untuk Ayah dan Ibu, Nurlela 1 and Nurlela 2. Trie Utami’s popularity soared higher when she became a judge for Akademi Fantasi Indosiar in 2004-2006 where she earned the nickname of “Miss Pitch Control.”

All these musical happenings take place at Griya Santrian - a beach resort managed by Santrian Resorts & Villas and the main sponsor and patron of the annual Sanur Village Festival.

Griya Santrian
Jalan Danau Tamblingan No. 47
Sanur, Bali
Telephone ++62-(0)361-288181
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Higher and Higher
Indonesia Targets 25% Growth in Foreign Tourist Arrivals with 15 Million Arrivals in 2017

NusaBali reports that the Indonesia Tourism Ministry is targeting for 15 million foreign tourists to visit Indonesia in 2017.

The Deputy for International Tourism Development of the Tourism Ministry, I Gde Pitana, says he is optimistic that the 12 million foreign tourists targeted for 2016 will be achieved and a further 3 million tourists will come in 2017 to achieve that targeted 15 million

Pitana speaking at the Indonesian House of Representatives (DPR) on Tuesday, September 27, 2106, said: “The performance of arriving foreign tourists to Indonesia achieved 6.23 million by the end of July. This total, represents 53% or half of the target of 12 million foreign tourist arrivals for this year. We are certain that by year’s end the target will be achieved. We wish to increase a further 3 million tourists so that in 2017 we will welcome 15 million tourists.”

Pitana said that in order to achieve the targeted goals for foreign tourist arrivals the government has a number of strategies in place, including an international branding campaign for Indonesian tourism.

The Ministry is also supporting a number of festivals across the country and conducting familiarization trips for journalist and blogger visits to increase editorial coverage of Indonesia.

The Ministry is also organizing participation at major travel shows abroad to promote national tourism. The Ministry has already confirmed their participation at a number of major travel shows including: JATA (Jepang), SATTE (India), ITB Berlin (Germany) and ATM Dubai (UAW).


Enforcement of the Law on Hold
Transportation Ministry Announces Six Month Reprieve and Delays Law enforcement Against “Illegal” Online Transport Operators

In a move certain to raise the ire of local transport drivers opposed to the operation of online transport services in Bali, the Ministry of Transportation has announced a program of “legal tolerance” towards “illegal” online transport operators.

As reported by Metrobali.com, the Ministry had originally given the online transport companies a deadline of October 1, 2016, to come into compliance with business registration requirements set forth in Transportation Minister Decree Number 32 of 2016.

When the Minister of Transportation Budi Karya Sumadi was asked last week by reporters at a meeting of the International Civil Aviation Authority (ICAO) he is attending in Montreal, Canada, he said the decree will come into effect as announced on October 1, 2016, but the enforcement of the key will be delayed for six months.

“On October 1, 2016, the regulation came into effect, but the law enforcement and raids will be delayed for six months,” explained Sumadi.

The Minister explained that he has published a circular memorandum regarding the delay in enforcement of the decree on online transportation services. Budi admitted the decision to delay enforcement represented a dilemma inasmuch the law must be obeyed, while, on the other hand, online transportation services are needed by the public to meet a lack of adequate transportation services.

Because of this, the Transportation Ministry will give a further opportunity to meet the regulatory requirements. Adding, “I have given this opportunity in order not to abolish a regulation, but out of a desire to regulate the situation in a way that is sympathetic to the public interest.”

Budi said that the online transport operators must obey the laws and regulations that stipulate that vehicle operated for transport must be operated by a legally established company in order to ensure the responsibilities to passengers are met. The rules also require that drivers hold a Class “A”  license (SIM A), the vehicle registration must in the name of a company and not an individual, the operating company must have a vehicle pool and workshop, and vehicles must undergo periodic inspection by the Transportation department (KIR).

The Minister was adamant that the eventual enforcement of the law, although delayed, was inevitable.

The Ministry has tried to legalize online transportation operations by providing a legal umbrella on Ministerial Regulation Number 32 of 2016.

Meanwhile, established taxi and transport operators across the nation have staged demonstration and protests against online transport operators who are accused of introducing unfair price competition to the marketplace.

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Gangway to Paradise
Indonesia Prepares for Increased Cruise Ship Visits

Bali Post reports that the Ministry of Tourism is targeting 400 cruise ship visits to Indonesia during all of 2016.

On Sunday, September 25, 2016, a spokesman of the State-owned port operator PT Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Pelindo), Edi Priyanto, “Government regulations that have now been issued will hopefully ease visits by cruise ships to Indonesia.”

According to Priyanto, the two changes in regulations that will have the potential of increasing cruise tourism to Indonesia are liberalized visa-on-arrival regulations and regulations that now allow foreign-flagged cruise ships to board passengers at Indonesian ports of call.

Bali’s southern port of Benoa is the gateway for most cruise ships visiting Bali, serving as the “turn-around port” for tourists boarding in Bali and visiting a number of outlying Indonesian ports of call. A program of port improvements now underway will eventually all the port to accommodate cruise ships of up to 300-meters in length.

Pelindo is also undertaking port improvements in Lombok and Banyuwangi (East Java) to facilitate cruise ship and yacht visits.

Through the end of September 2016, Bali’s port of Benoa has welcomed 28 cruise ship visits carrying some 38,000 international visitors. During the same period, 14 cruise ships visited the port of Lembar in Lombok carrying 20,000 tourists; and 10 ships visited Semarang (Central Java) with 12,000 tourists.


Cosmetic Chicanery
Chinese Tour Leader Arrested for Shoplifting at Bali Airport

Police at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport arrested a 47-year-old Chinese female tour guide, Yao Dong Mei, on Saturday evening, September 17, 2016, charged with stealing cosmetics from an airport shop.

As reported by NusaBali, the stolen items were found in the woman’s backpack at a security check where she was unable to present a receipt for lipstick and skincare taken from an airport shop.

Yao was schedule to fly to Singapore on Singapore Airline SQ 949. Because Airport Police held the tour leader, the tour group she was leading was forced to depart Bali without their leader.

Police continued to investigate the apparent case of shoplifting.


Visit Komodo with Bali Discovery
Bali and Beyond: One and Two-Night Excursion from Bali to See the Dragons at Komodo Nation Park

A short, one-hour flight from Bali to Labuan Bajo in Flores serves as the gateway to West Flores and the adjacent Komodo National Park.

A World Heritage Site and a home to an amazing array of rare of animal and plant life, the Komodo National Park covers a massive 603 square miles spread against a series of islands between Sumbawa and Flores. While encountering the prehistoric Komodo dragon – the world’s largest monitor lizard - is the highlight of any visit, the park is also home to herds of wild horses, water buffaloes, deer, wild boar and unique birds – some found only at the Park. Snorkelers and divers are sure to be mesmerized by the abundance of sea life that shelter in the parks rich coral reefs.

KOMODO 3 Day/2 Night Luxury Cruise Program
Price beginning from Rp. 6.415,000 per person


Day One: Morning flight from Bali to Labuan Bajo. Direct transfers from airport to harbor to board a cruise boat with air-conditioned private cabins and sail for Rinca Island within the Komodo National Park. Lunch on board followed by an afternoon trek into the jungle at Rinca Island to view dragon and wild water buffalo, together with other animals that make their home here. Dinner and overnight on board the boat.

Day Two: Breakfast on board as the ship sails for Loh Liang at the center of the Komodo National Park. After dropping anchor a hike over level trails accompanied by experience Park Rangers to view the dragons and the wide range of interesting flora and fauna that live at Loh Liang. Lunch on board the ship follow by a cooling swim or snorkel at “Pink Beach.” A late afternoon stop at Kalong Beach to see the daily migration of thousands of bats that leave the island for a night filled with foraging for fruit. Dinner and overnight on board the boat.

Day Three: Early arrival back at Labuan Bajo and transfer to airport for flight back to Bali.

Price: Base on twin-occupancy (2 passengers), prices start from only Rp. 6,415,000 per person. Single rates available and further substantial reductions for groups of more than 2 people.

Includes: * Vehicle and boat journeys per the itinerary * Full board meals * Aqua and refreshments * Entrance fees, porters, and donations  * Snorkelling gear * English speaking guide.

Not Included: * Personal expenditures, including phone calls, laundry, alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, tips, etc. * Return flights Denpasar-Labuan Bajo-Denpasar * Admission fee to Komodo National Park Personal travel insurance

Flights: We will assist by securing the best available flight at the lowest rate for those booking this itinerary.

To book or for more information telephone ++62-(0)361-286283 or Email


KOMODO 3 DAY/2 NIGHTS BY LOCAL BOAT
Price beginning from Rp. 7,556,00 per person


Day One: Morning flight from Bali to Labuan Bajo with direct transfer from airport to selected hotel. Afternoon visit to Batu Cermin Reflective Cave and Puncak Waringing to enjoy panoramic views of the harbor at sunset. Dinner at local restaurant and overnight at hotel.

Day Two: Early morning transfer from hotel to board a local motorized boat to Rinca Island or Loh Liang – both located within the Komodo National Park to view the fabled dragons and other animals who make their home within the nature reserve. Treks conducted by experienced Park Rangers. On the return voyage to Labuan Bajo a stop at “Pink Beach” or the Bidadari Island for a swim in the crystal clear waters of Komodo. Dinner at local restaurant. Overnight at hotel.

Day Three: Following breakfast at hotel transfer to airport for return flight to Bali.

Price: Base on twin-occupancy (2 passengers), prices start from Rp. 7,556,00 per person. Single rates available and further reductions for groups of more than 2 people.

Hotels Used: Slyvia, Puri Sari, Luwansa, Bintang Flores, La Prima, Jayakarta Hotel.

Includes: * Vehicle and boat transfers per the itinerary, * Two nights at selected hotel in Labuan Bajo * Full board meals * Aqua and refreshments * Entrance fees, porters, and guides * Snorkelling gear English or German speaking guide.

Not Included: * Personal expenditures, including phone calls, laundry, alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, tips, etc. * Return flights Denpasar-Labuan Bajo-DenpasarAdmission fee to Komodo National Park Personal travel insurance

Flights: We will assist by securing the best available flight at the lowest rate for those booking this itinerary.

To book or for more information telephone ++62-(0)361-286283 or Email 


KOMODO SAMPLER – 2 Day/1 Night Komodo Trails
Price beginning from Rp. 7,722,00 per person


Day One: Morning flight from Bali to Labuan Bajo with immediate transfer to a waiting speedboat to travel to Loh Liang at the very center of the Park. Disembark for a flat hike accompanied by Park Rangers to Banunggulung with stops along the trail to view animals spotted the keen eyes of rangers or, perhaps, to marvel at wild orchids growing in the jungle. The rangers are expert trackers who almost invariably bring you to a close photographic encounter with the fabled dragon that can grow up to 4.5 meters in length.

If time permits, you’ll cool off for a swim or snorkel at nearby picturesque “pink beach” where pink coral has created a color of sand befitting its name. The speedboat will race the setting sun to return you to Labuan Bajo and check in to a local hotel and dinner at a local restaurant.

Day Two: Following breakfast at your hotel you’ll tour a local market and visit the limestone reflective case at Batu Cermin before transferring to the airport for the flight back to Bali.

Price: Base on twin-occupancy (2 passengers), prices start from Rp. 7,722,00 per person. Single rates available and further reductions for groups of more than 2 people.

Hotels Used: Slyvia, Puri Sari, Luwansa, Bintang Flores, La Prima, Jayakarta Hotel.

Includes: * Vehicle and boat transfers per the itinerary, * Overnight at selected hotel in Labuan Bajo * Full board meals (L/D/B/) * Aqua and refreshments * Entrance fees, porters, and guides T Snorkelling gear * nglish speaking guide.

Not Included: * Personal expenditures, including phone calls, laundry, alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, tips, etc. * Return flights Denpasar-Labuan Bajo-Denpasar * Admission fee to Komodo National Park * Personal travel insurance

Flights: We will assist by securing the best available flight at the lowest rate for those booking this itinerary.

To book or for more information telephone ++62-(0)361-286283 or Email 


Needlessly Dispatching Children to Neverland
15-year-old-boys Dies While Driving a Motorcycle in West Bali

The death toll of underage children on Bali’s roadway climbed higher on Friday, September 30, 2016, when 15-year-old I Putu Budhi Hartawaya driving a motorcycle on Pupuan road connecting Denpasar and Singaraja, drove head-on into a truck while attempting to pass a car.

As reported by Nusa Bali, the accident occurred near the village of Tiyinggading, just two kilometers from the home of the ill-fated mother and son.

Also killed in the accident was the boy’s mother, Ni Ketut Sujani (35), who was riding as a pillion passenger on the motorcycle driven by her son. The boy and his mother died at 8:30 am while they were in the process of selling clothing, also carried on the bike, to local shops.

Riding a motorcycle lacking proper registration, not protected by helmets, traveling on the wrong side of the road, presumably overloaded in terms of weight, and driven by an unlicensed under-age driver - both mother and son suffered horrendous injuries in the collision and died at the scene.

I Gusti Kompyang Putrawan, the driver of the truck, struck by 15-year-old Budhi driving on the wrong side of the road, was interviewed and released by police who found him blameless in the double-fatality road accident. Made Sukiarta of the local police precinct said: “The person who was in the wrong was the victim. In addition to both not wearing helmets and driving without proper vehicle registration, the driver was incautious when attempting to pass a vehicle ahead of him. The truck was not in the wrong, so we only requested a statement. We have already explained the situation to the family of the victims. The husband (and father) of the victim(s) accepts that his wife and son were in the wrong.”

The grieving father has retrieved the bodies of his wife and son from the hospital to bring them back to the village where they will be buried until he can gather sufficient funds to hold a cremation on a future propitious date.

The legal age for obtaining a driver’s license to operate a motorcycle in Indonesia is 17-years.

The State Transportation Insurance Provider - PT Jasa Raharja has already paid a fast-track insurance benefit of Rp. 50 million death benefit to the surviving husband and father

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