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BALI UPDATE #1053 - 07 November 2016

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Istanbul to Denpasar, Bali
Turkish Airlines Outlines Plans to Fly Between Istanbul and Bali

Tempo.co reports that Turkish Airlines have announced plans to fly from Istanbul to Bali, commencing before the end of 2017.

The general manager for Indonesia for Turkish Airlines, Mehmet F. Gurulkan cited the growth of air traffic demand in Indonesia as prompting the decision to add Bali as their second Indonesian destination.

Mehmet declined to comment further or reveal the commencement date, days of operation, timing and equipment to be used while the new route remains under discussion with Indonesian authorities.

Turkish Airlines commenced direct flights between Istanbul and Jakarta in early 2016, averaging load factors of 85% to 90% using Boeing 777 on a daily flight schedule.

Turkish Airlines operates 335 aircraft carrying 33.74 million passengers annually.


A Silent Victory
Grand Hyatt Bali Hosts The Finalists Of The Bali Deaf Pageant 2016

On Saturday, October 29, 2016, the 3rd Young Mister and Miss Deaf Pageant (Pemilihan Putra Putri Tuli) was held on at the Festival Taman Kota Lumintang Building.

Designed to help integrate the deaf into the life of mainstream society, the competition was open to deaf Indonesian citizens, aged between 14-25 years and unmarried. Those competing had to demonstrate a proficiency in sign language and have a broad general knowledge about Bali and the challenges faced by disabled members of society.

During the selection process, the finalists vying to be named “Putra Tuli” and “Putra Tuli” were hosted by the Grand Hyatt Resort  Bali at Nusa Dua.

And, while the pageant was the highlight of the several day spent at the hotel, those competing were bedazzled by the generous hospitality and luxurious surroundings of The Grand Hyatt Bali who hosted the contestants.

In all, there were the 28 finalists who were hosted for two nights at the Grand Hyatt Bali that served as their home away from home.

A keen supporter of local causes and eager to create an unforgettable experience for a very special group of young people, the Grand Hyatt contributed 15 rooms and two nights for finalists and interpreters of the pageant. The finalists came from across Bali to gather in the capital of Denpasar for the selection and crowning ceremony on October 29.

The judges chose Sudi Arsana and Shintya Dewi Yuda as the winner of the Putra - Putri Tuli Bali. Shintya, an 18 years old girl from Denpasar, burst into tears as Yuliana, Putri Tuli Bali 2014, crowned her.

e gala crowning ceremony, all the contestants returned to the Grand Hyatt for a final night of sweet dreams in their deluxe accommodation and a final day of relaxation swimming in the Resort's pools, and going for strolls in the tropical garden.

The final results in the pageant:

Putra (Mr) Tuli Bali 2016: I Ketut Sudi Arsana
Putri (Ms.) Tuli Bali 2016: Ni Putu Shintya Devi Yuda

First Runner Up Putra Tuli Bali: I Made Wisnu Kencana
First Runner Up Putri Tuli Bali: Salsa Bilah Regita

Second Runner Up Putra Tuli Bali: Gede Dwipa Bayu Widyana
Second Runner Up Putri Tuli Bali: Ni Nyoman Adinda Savitri Dewi

Third Runner Up Putra Tuli Bali: I Made Ekajaya
Third Runner Up Putri Yuli Bali: Ni Putu Januati

Fourth Runner Up Putra Tuli Bali: Kadek Trisna Bayu Widyana
Fourth Runner Up Putri Tuli Bali: Luisiana

Voted Favorite:

Putra Tuli : Kadek Trisna Bayu Widyana
Putri Tuli: Tasya Heryna Febriyanti

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A Pleasant Pause in the Desert
Qatar Announces 96-hour transit Visa to Encourage Tourism

Effective November 1, 2016, passengers flying from Jakarta or Denpasar on Qatar Airways can apply for a 96-hour transit visa when they are transiting Doha on route to any of the large number of international destinations served by the Airline.

Qatar Airways and Qatar Tourism Authority jointly announced the new visa facility that will allow passengers to break their journey in Qatar for 96-hours.

The visa, issued without charge to all nationalities, is at the sole discretion of the Qatari Ministry of Interior.

The transit visa can be applied for at any Qatar Airway office. Passengers must hold a confirmed onward ticket out of Qatar. Complete terms and conditions for the visa can be found at this special link.


Death in a Sacred Place
Danish Tourist Dies of Apparent Heart Attack at Pura Besakih Temple

A 60-year-old Danish national died unexpectedly during a group tour to Bali’s sacred Besakih Temple.

Bent Pedersent, 60, collapsed suddenly near the Soring Ambal Ambal Temple at Besakih mid-day on Tuesday, November 1, 2016.

NusaBali said the Danish tourist who was staying at the Puri Santrian Resort during his Bali holiday apparently died of a heart attack. 


Benoa Bay Reclamation is Simply Bad Science
Coastal Expert from ITB Paints Dark Picture if Reclamation of Benoa Bay Goes Ahead

The chairman of a group of coastal experts from the prestigious Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), Dr. Muslim Muin, Ph.D, warns that the plans to reclaim Benoa Bay must be abandoned before it is too late.

Speaking at an anti-corruption seminar in Denpasar, Bali on Tuesday, November 1, 2016, Muin pointed to the current horizontal conflict that threatens public peace in Bali, while explaining that reclaiming the bay will not solve the problems of pollution, discarded trash and sedimentation that plague that body of water. Moreover, said Muin, plans to undertake reclamation would make the ongoing sedimentation of Benoa Bay worse and threaten to eventually close Benoa Bay.

Quoted by Balipost.com, Muin said: “If the water is dirty, it’s not reclamations, but the source of the pollution that must be controlled. If you reclaim the land, there will be less water (flowing through the area), and the concentration of pollutants will make the water even dirtier.”

The educator also warned that the force of water moving through the Bay would alo be weakened if Benoa Bay were reclaimed, removing the ability of the Bay to self-flush. He said this could eventually compel the Port of Benoa to close as sedimentation grew worse. The higher salinity of the water that will result from reclamation, he said, would eventually kill off the protected mangrove forests that surround the Bay.

Saying those who claim the reclamation will be good for Benoa Bay are wrong, Muin warns that flooding and a loss of marine resources would follow reclamation.

Muin ominously added: "Please stop (the reclamation). It has no use. Bali will be destroyed. If Bali is destroyed, Indonesia will also be destroyed.”

The head of the Data Laboratory for Oceans and Coastal Area from the Maritime and Fishery Ministry, Widodo Setiyo Pranowo, said that before any reclamation project is commenced, an analysis of the Total Allowable Area for Coastal Reclamation (TAACR) must first be undertaken to determine both the technical, sociological and environmental impact of the project.

Widodo said the widespread opposition to Benoa Bay’s reclamation suggests the project must be abandoned to avoid open social conflict.

Widodo also issued a warning that reclamation of Benoa Bay would also put the people living around the area at greater risk to tsunamis. He said the reclamation would amplify the effect of any tsunami resulting from an earthquake or volcanic eruption.


Mother, May I Die?
13-Year-Old Girl Driving Motorcycle Kills Self and Mother, leaving Two Younger Siblings in Critical Condition After Late Night Accident

The carnage resulting under-aged children driving motorcycles continues to mount in Bali.

The latest tragedy - both a 13-year old junior high school girl, Ni Made Rai Elisa Dewi, who was driving a motorcycle and her mother, Ni Luh Krisnawati (37), who was a pillion passenger, died in the accident. Two additional passengers on the motorcycle were the driver’s siblings, Ni Koman Ayu Lestar Asih (7) and Ni Ketut Okta Cipta Dewi (5), who are in critical condition with severe head wounds.

The 3 children and their mother were passengers on a bike with the 13-year-old-girl at the wheel, the 5-year-old in the arms of the mother, and the 7-year-old standing between the young driver and the steering column.

None of the four passengers were wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.

Indonesian law stipulates that you must be at least 17-years old to operate any motor vehicle, that all passengers must be wearing a helmet and the maximum number of passengers that can legally be on board a moving motorcycle is two.

DenPost reports that the accident occurred on Tuesday evening, November 1, 2016, on Jalan Abianbase, Kapal, Badung Regency at around 10:00 pm.

Police say the group was returning from an arts festival performance at Taman Ayun in Mengwi when the 13-year-old driver steered her overburdened motorcycle into an oncoming motorcycle driven by in the opposite lane driven by Arifi (43) from East Java who suffered minor injuries in the accident.

Police have identified the now dead adolescent driver as the party at fault in the accident for driving on the wrong side of the road without a license or helmet on an overloaded motorcycle.

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Failure to Appear
English Tourist Found Dead at Padang Bai Villa, East Bali

A 59-year-old Englishman, Anthony Charles, was found dead in his bed at Villa Tony Bar in Padang Bai, East Bali on Thursday, November 3, 2016.

Charles’s naked and lifeless body was found at 3:00 pm.

As reported by BaliPost.com, prior to his death, Charles had ordered a rental vehicle from a local man in order to meet his wife arriving at Bali’s airport on Wednesday, November 2, 2016.

When Charles did not come to the car rental agency to pick up his vehicle, the rental agency tried unsuccessfully to contact him by telephone. The man’s wife, Christine Anne Charles, also telephoned the villa on Wednesday asking why her husband had not come to meet her at the airport as previously agreed,

Eager to determine what had become of Charles, the car rental agent and a friend of Charles visited the villa and discovered the man dead in his bedroom on Thursday.

A preliminary examination of the man’s body showed no signs of violence or foul play. The man’s wife said her husband was in good health and had no history of illness.

Police are seeking approval for an autopsy in order to determine the actual cause of death.


Who’s Soori Now?
Alila Villa Soori in West Bali Parts Ways with Alila Group

The Jakarta Globe reports that the Alila Villas Soori in the Tabanan Regency of Bali has parted ways with the Alila Group of hotels and will be operating henceforth as the Soori Bali.

Owned and designed by Singapore architect Soo K. Chan, the Alila Villas Soori was operated by the Alila Group for six years.

Chan reportedly has ambitions to launch a new luxury brand of hotels under the Soori name.

Plans also call for a major upgrade of the Soori’s Bali’s 48 villas, including roof renovations, new entertainment equipment, and air conditioning improvements.

The Soori branding is a combination of Soo and his wife’s name is Sri.

Quoted by the Jakarta Globe, Soo said: “I’ve designed hotels and resorts around the globe and yet with Soori Bali, I’ve made all of the decisions and the result is the most honest of my creations. For me, Soori Bali is as much a state of mind as it is a world-class resort. It’s a peaceful, private and re-energizing place.”

The “new” Soori Bali will have its second grand opening in early 2017.


In Sickness and in Health
Bali Mandara General Hospital to Open in Early 2017 with Formal Opening on August 14, 2017

Beritabali.com reports that the construction phase of the new Bali Mandara General Hospital is now 97.3% complete with plans for the soft opening of the hospital set for August 14, 2017 on the anniversary date of the province.

Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika announced the setting of the opening date after he completed an inspection of the project site in Sanur on Monday, October 31, 2016.

“The plan is to open on the anniversary of the Province of Bali in 2017. If there are parts that are still under construction, at least we will be able to commence service for poor patients in 3rd class. We need to prioritize those citizens who are financially disadvantaged. The hospital was been built with the people’s money, not on borrowed money. So this has to be from the people for the people,” proclaimed Governor Pastika.

The Bali Mandara General Hospital has been built on a 2.95-hectare site and has 176 patient beds spread across 3 patient classes. Broken down there will be 58 class-3 beds, 44 class-2 beds, 40 class-1 beds, 20 VIP beds, 10 VVIP beds and 6 VVIP suites.

While the hospital will begin operating in April 2017, the official inauguration will take place in August.

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Tokyo on the Way to the USA
Garuda Negotiating Fifth Freedom Air Rights with Japan for New USA Flights

The Jakarta Post reports that Garuda Indonesia is in the process of negotiating fifth freedom air rights that will allow the Indonesian flag carrier to use Tokyo’s Narita International Airport as a transit hub when it commences flights from Jakarta to Los Angeles next year.

Garuda hopes to be able to obtain permission from Japan that would allow passengers to stop over in Japan.

Garuda plans to fly Boeing 777-300ER jets when it resumes trans-Pacific flights, possibly as early as June of next year.

Plans are to initially fly three times a week.


Who Brought the Bullets into Bali?
Police Decide to Drop Illegal Firearm and Ammunition Charges Against Australian Business Living in East Bali

Bali Police have apparently decided not to pursue criminal charges against Australian Vasudevan Rasiah (64) who was apprehended with 11 rounds of active ammunition in his personal luggage during the boarding process for a flight to Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday, October 26, 2016.

As reported by RadarBali.com, Denpasar, Police have decided to allow the businessman, based in East Bali, to go free due to “a lack of evidence” to charge him under the Emergency Law Number 12 of 1951 because the ammunition was owned by another party.

That 1951 law stipulates that anyone who tries to bring firearms, ammunition or explosive into or out of Indonesia can be punished by death, life imprisonment or 20 years in prison. As set forth in the regulation, a crime has been committed by anyone who manufactures, receives, attempts to acquire, distributes, tries to distribute, controls, transports, stores or conceals firearms or ammunitions.

Moreover, the only stated exemption from application of this law is when the subject firearms or ammunition are certified antiques, collectables or items incapable of being used as weaponry. No mention is made in the law of exemption under the law for having someone else's armaments in your personal possession.

Police apparently accepted Vasudenvan’s explanation that the bullets were owned by his brother-in-law, Ruben, who reportedly lives in the USA. Police also said they had documents stating Ruben was the owner of the ammunition.

On the assumption, however, that Ruben was the party who brought the ammunition into Indonesia, police did not say if they would pursue charges against Vasudenvan’s brother-in-law.

A search of the Australian’s home in Bali failed to turn up additional bullets or weapons.

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How do you do, Chengdu?
Garuda to Connect Chengdu and Bali in January 2017

Garuda Indonesia will commence service between Bali and Chengdu, China on January 15, 2017, flying four times a week using an Airbus A-330.

The CEO of Garuda, Arif Wibowo, quoted by Beritabali.com said: “We see the Chinese market as very large. One of the cities in China with great potential is Chengdu. Because of this, we will open direct flights from Chengdu to Bali beginning in January 2017.

Tickets on the new route went on sales on in late October.

Arief said that Chinese tourists to Indonesia now dominate the inbound market.

Garuda reports that its new direct routes from China to Manado in North Sulawesi are paying handsome dividends. In the three months ending in October 2016, a total of 32,600 Chinese tourists have flown to North Sulawesi on the new Garuda services.

The total number of Chinese tourists visiting Indonesia January-August 2016 totaled 980,184 tourists. The total Chinese visitors to Bali for the same period equaled 661,462.

Wibowo also revealed that Garuda is looking to commence flights between India and Indonesia in late 2016. These flights will be an extension of current flight by the Indonesian carrier to Bangkok, Thailand. 


Soft at the Center?
Governor Calls on Jakarta for Quick and Final Decision on Benoa Bay Reclamation and Online Transport Solutions

As reported by the State News Agency Antara, Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika has repeated his desire that Indonesia’s Central Government soon take a decision on the controversial polemics surrounding the reclamation of Benoa Bay and the use on online transportation applications on the Island.

Speaking at a public seminar in Denpasar, Governor Pastika said: “I hope that the Central Government will quickly take a final decision so that these two controversies do not linger on and develop into an unwanted situation.”

Pastika said the current condition in Bali and the growing number of public demonstrations should urge the Central Government to not delay in coming to a final decision and avoid an escalating situation that could damage the image of Bali tourism.

“I don’t want to blame anyone. The problem is a basic one and has many layers. Therefore I ask for a firm decision from the Central Government to soon be made on the reclamation of Benoa Bay or online travel applications,” said Pastika. Adding, “I don't was conflict of any sort in Bali that will cause disputes with our fellow Balinese and have a conflict on our tourism industry.”


Bali’s Party of the Year
Nusa Dua Fiesta in Bali November 12-20, 2016

The Nusa Dua Fiesta returns to Bali November 12-20, 2016, with the theme of “Bring the World to Bali” and attractions ranging from cultural arts presentations, culinary celebrations, sporting events and international entertainment.

As quoted by NusaBali, Indonesian Minister of Tourism Arief Yahya said in Jakarta on October 31, 2016: “I appreciate the ongoing presentation of the Nusa Dua Fiesta 2016 because this event promotes foreign visitors to Nusa Dua and to Bali at the year’s end.

Minister Yahya credits Bali with being Indonesia’s main gateway for tourism, contributing as much as 45% of all foreign tourist arrivals recorded by Indonesia.

Through the support of the Nusa Dua Fiesta, the Minister hopes to boost international tourist arrivals before year’s end.

AA Ngurah Wirawan, Director of Operations for the Indonesian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) - the managers of the Nusa Dua Complexrevealed on Thursday. November 3, 2016, that the Nusa Dua Fiesta 2016 has a total budget of Rp. 4.5 billion. Wirawan explained: “In order to create a spectacular event it needs sufficient funding. This year's Nusa Dua Fiesta will have more stage performances and stages.” Adding: “For us, this large budget will create a more spectacular event and will be able to attract more tourists to Indonesia, especially Bali.”

Meanwhile, the CEO of ITDC, Abdulbar M. Mansoer said that ITDC as a State-owned Company (BUMN) was proud to be able to present such a colossal event. The Nusa Dua Fiesta, said Abdulbar, commences with the “road to Nusa Dua Festival" on November 12 with the Julio Iglesias ‘ concert.

The Nusa Dua Fiesta will be opened official by the Minister of Tourism on November 16, 2016, opening a week of festivities involving every corner of Nusa Dua.

The opening ceremony will include a cultural parade, a Sekar Jepun Dance, a colossal Kebo Iwa Dance, and a Bali Mandara Cak Performance. Each day of the Nusa Dua Fiesta will be filled with product exhibitions, Euro bungy demonstrations, a parade of food trucks, culinary demonstrations and body painting contests. Each evening will be filled with dance performances from Bali and India.

Among the Indonesian musical acts slated to perform are Balawan and Gus Tedja, Isyana Sarasvati, Yovie & Nuno, GAC, Maliq & D’essentials and The Groove. International acts appearing at The Nusa Dua Fiesta are Imela Kei, Sam Willow, and Sezairi (Singapore).

Sporting events include the Nusa Dua 10 km race, 5 km race and a kids’ run. The Nusa Dua Tennis Open will be held November 15-19, a Cross-Cultural Cycling event over 23 km on November 19th, the Nusa Dua Golf Tournament on November 20th, and a Green Hero Fun Walk on November 20th .

A street food (kaki lima) food event will be held November 16-20, 2016, as part of the Nusa Dua Fiesta.

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Earth as a Garden of Eden
Bali Safari Park Celebrate Love our Flora and Fauna Day

Bali Safari & Marine Park remains tireless in its continuing efforts to encourage children to love and preserve the earth’s natural environment. Most recently, this commitment by the Park was expressed by inviting orphans from the Benih Kasih Orphanage in Bali’s far north to join a daylong celebration dedicated to the love of flora and fauna.

Love our Flora and Fauna Day” was held on Saturday, November 5, 2016, with the Park’s Educational Team preparing a day filled with encounters with the natural environment, including some of the wildlife that share this planet with mankind.

e activities hosted for the visiting children from the Benih Kasih Orphanage was the chance to join a motorized Safari Journey that carried them on slow moving, secure vehicles traveling through three large open compounds that are the homes to the animals of Africa, India, and Indonesia. Later, the kids joined the audiences at a number of animal encounter programs, including the “Predator to Prey” tiger show and the Elephant Educational Show. The Park then shared the concept of recycling via a tour of the jungle “Safari Pool Paper” factory where elephant droppings are turned into usable paper products. The was followed with a lesson that animals need not necessarily be feared as the children shouted in glee when they were set loose in the Park’s Petting Zoo and given the chance to assist in the grooming of a pony.

The day of childhood fantasy continued with the children given free access to the wide range of amusement park rides found in the Park’s FunZone.

Santoso, general manager of the Bali Safari & Marine Park, commented on the visit saying: “’Love of Fauna and Flora Day’ is a day that we are obliged to celebrate each year in order to remind us all of the need to conserve and protect Indonesia’s plant and animal kingdoms. This year, we have taken the opportunity to invite children from a Bali orphanage, embracing them as members of our Park family in the hope they will grow into adults concerned with the natural environment.”

onal Love of Fauna and Flora Day (Hari Cinta Puspa dan Satwa Nasional) has been celebrated every November 5th since 1992. According to Tony Sumampau, chairman of the National Love of Fauna and Flora Day committee, the various activities organized on this date serve to raise public consciousness and enhance love for plants and wildlife in order to create a greener Indonesia.


Officer, Arrest that Mosquito
Bali Health Department Seeks Police Help in Destroying Nesting Spots for Mosquitoes

The Provincial Department of Health for Bali is asking for Police Chief in all of the Island’s Regencies and metropolitan areas to socialize the need to destroy mosquito nests in the continuing fight against Dengue Fever (DBD).

In the period from January – September 2016, Bali recorded 14,900 cases of DBD resulting in 54 deaths.

The Head of the Provincial Health Department, Dr. Ketut Suarjaya, told DenPost that the number of news cases of DBD is on the rise, up significantly from 2015 when only 9,826 cases were recorded for the eleven months January-November.

The call for police assistance in destroying mosquito nests was made on Friday, November 4, 2016, in conjunction with National Health Day.


The Seoul of Investment
South Korean Company Eyes Retail, Shopping Centers and Residential Investments in Bali and West Java

The State News Agency Antara reports that the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) has identified the intent of a South Korean corporation to invest in the property sector in Bali and in Tangerang (Banten).

On Friday, November 4, 2016, the head of the BKPM, Thomas Lembong, said the unnamed South Korean company is interested in building shopping centers, retail malls, theaters and duty-free shops in Bali. The Tangerang plans are for residential and retail complexes in West Java.


Bali: Be Prepared
Bali to Host Asia Pacific Leadership Conference for Scouting Movement April 19-25, 2017

The deputy-governor of Bali has applauded and endorsed Bali’s selection as the host destination for a meeting of Asia-Pacific leaders of the international Scouting movement set for April 19-25, 2017.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, Ketut Sudikerta, cited the selection of Bali as the host for an international Scouting conference given the role played by the girl and Boy Scout movement in educating the nation.

Sudikerta’s comments were made on Friday, November 4, 2016, at the close of a meeting with a senior official of the Indonesian Scouting Movement (Gerakan Pramuka), Brata Tryana Hardjosubroto.

Sudikerta lauded the Scouting movement as dedicated to developing youth to achieve their spiritual, social, intellectual and physical potential while at the same time teaching a love of Country. He said this role has become even more important in a digital age that offers many potentially destructive distractions to our youth.

Past leadership conference for the Asia-Pacific Scouting Movement was held in India in 2011 and Sri Lanka in 2014.

250 representatives from 27 countries are expected to attend the Bali conference in order to discuss and coordinate the development of Scouting across the region.


The Disruption of Eruptions
Bali by the Numbers: Balidiscovery.com Examines the Impact on August 2015 Arrivals by Mt. Barujari Explosion

For those who may have forgotten, Bali travel in August 2015 was plagued by an extended period of volcanic explosions emanating from Mount Barujari at the Rinjani Volcano on nearby Lombok Island. As the result of those explosions, numerous flights to and from Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport were canceled due to volcanic ash suspended in the atmosphere representing a threat to aviation safety.

reign tourist arrivals to Bali for August 2015 totaled 303,621 a decrease of 9.8% from the 336,763 foreign tourists who came to Bali in August 2014.

Equally telling is the massive  rebound in foreign tourist arrivals in August 2016, a month during with flights were undisturbed by significant volcanic explosions. August 2016 saw 438,135 foreign tourist arrivals – a 44.3% improvement month-on-month when compared to the same month in 2015.

Balidiscovery.com has collated arrival figures from selected markets for August 2014 – August 2015 – August 2016 showing the impact of Mt. Barujari’s eruption on August 2015 arrivals and the rebound demonstrated from most markets in August 2016. 


Bali is Booming
Bali by the Numbers: August 2016 Foreign Tourist Arrivals Point to 4.9 million Visitors by End of 2016

Foreign Tourist Arrivals to Bali in August 2016 totaled 438,135 – a 44.3% improvement month-on-month when compared to August 2015 a month in which many flights were canceled due to a volcanic eruption on Lombok Island.

For the first eight months of 2016, foreign tourist arrivals to Bali reached 3,193,974 – increasing 22.76% over the total for the first 8 months of 2015.

If this rate of growth is maintained through the end of 2016, Bali will close the year with 4.9 million visitors.

Star Performers

January – August top performing markets to Bali were in terms of increased arrivals during the first eight months of the year were: Australia (18.63%), China (35.20%), Japan (8.06%), UK (42.71%), India (62.23%), France (31.54%), USA (34.22%), Germany (34.96%), The Netherlands (18.54%), New Zealand (23.84%), Russia (19.81%), Canada (22.85%), Italy (34.69%), Switzerland (12.06%), Sweden (47.88%) and Timor Leste (32.07%).


 
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Bali Update #1035
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Bali Update #1033
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Bali Update #1032
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Bali Update #1031
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Bali Update #1030
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Bali Update #1029
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Bali Update #1028
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Bali Update #1027
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Bali Update #1026
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Bali Update #1025
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Bali Update #1024
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Bali Update #1023
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Bali Update #1022
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Bali Update #1021
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Bali Update #1020
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Bali Update #1019
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Bali Update #1018
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Bali Update #1017
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Bali Update #1016
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Bali Update #1015
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Bali Update #1014
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Bali Update #1013
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Bali Update #1012
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Bali Update #1011
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Bali Update #1010
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Bali Update #1009
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Bali Update #1007
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Bali Update #1006
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Bali Update #1005
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Bali Update #1004
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Bali Update #1003
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Bali Update #1002
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Bali Update #1001
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Bali Update #1000
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Bali Update #998
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Bali Update #997
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Bali Update #996
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Bali Update #995
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Bali Update #994
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Bali Update #993
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Bali Update #992
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Bali Update #991
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Bali Update #989
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Bali Update #988
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Bali Update #986
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Bali Update #985
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Bali Update #984
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Bali Update #983
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Bali Update #982
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Bali Update #981
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Bali Update #980
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Bali Update #979
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Bali Update #978
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Bali Update #977
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Bali Update #976
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Bali Update #975
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Bali Update #974
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Bali Update #973
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Bali Update #972
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Bali Update #971
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Bali Update #970
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Bali Update #969
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Bali Update #968
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Bali Update #967
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Bali Update #966
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Bali Update #965
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Bali Update #964
February 23, 2015

Bali Update #963
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Bali Update #962
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Bali Update #961
February 02, 2015

Bali Update #960
January 26, 2015

Bali Update #959
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Bali Update #958
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Bali Update #957
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Bali Update #956
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Bali Update #955
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Bali Update #954
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Bali Update #953
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Bali Update #952
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Bali Update #951
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Bali Update #950
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Bali Update #949
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Bali Update #948
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Bali Update #947
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Bali Update #946
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Bali Update #945
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Bali Update #944
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Bali Update #943
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Bali Update #942
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Bali Update #941
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Bali Update #940
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Bali Update #939
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Bali Update #938
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Bali Update #937
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Bali Update #936
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Bali Update #935
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Bali Update #934
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Bali Update #933
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Bali Update #932
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Bali Update #931
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Bali Update #930
June 30, 2014

Bali Update #929
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Bali Update #928
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Bali Update #927
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Bali Update #926
June 02, 2014

Bali Update #925
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Bali Update #924
May 19, 2014

Bali Update #923
May 12, 2014

Bali Update #922
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Bali Update #921
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Bali Update #920
April 21, 2014

Bali Update #919
April 14, 2014

Bali Update #918
April 07, 2014

Bali Update #917
March 30, 2014

Bali Update #916
March 24, 2014

Bali Update #915
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Bali Update #914
March 10, 2014

Bali Update #913
March 03, 2014

Bali Update #912
February 24, 2014

Bali Update #911
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Bali Update #910
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Bali Update #909
February 03, 2014

Bali Update #908
January 27, 2014

Bali Update #907
January 20, 2014

Bali Update #906
January 13, 2014

Bali Update #905
January 06, 2014

Bali Update #904
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Bali Update #903
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Bali Update #902
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Bali Update #901
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Bali Update #900
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Bali Update #899
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Bali Update #898
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Bali Update #897
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Bali Update #896
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Bali Update #895
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Bali Update #894
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Bali Update #893
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Bali Update #892
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Bali Update #891
September 30, 2013

Bali Update #890
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Bali Update #889
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Bali Update #888
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Bali Update #887
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Bali Update #886
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Bali Update #885
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Bali Update #884
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Bali Update #883
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Bali Update #882
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Bali Update #881
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Bali Update #880
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Bali Update #879
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Bali Update #878
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Bali Update #877
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Bali Update #876
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Bali Update #875
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Bali Update #874
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Bali Update #873
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Bali Update #872
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Bali Update #871
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Bali Update #870
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Bali Update #869
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Bali Update #868
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Bali Update #867
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Bali Update #866
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Bali Update #865
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Bali Update #864
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Bali Update #863
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Bali Update #862
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Bali Update #861
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Bali Update #860
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Bali Update #859
February 18, 2013

Bali Update #858
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Bali Update #857
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Bali Update #856
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Bali Update #855
January 21, 2013

Bali Update #854
January 14, 2013

Bali Update #853
January 07, 2013

Bali Update #852
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Bali Update #851
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Bali Update #850
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Bali Update #849
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Bali Update #848
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Bali Update #847
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Bali Update #846
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Bali Update #845
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Bali Update #844
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Bali Update #843
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Bali Update #842
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Bali Update #841
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Bali Update #839
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Bali Update #839
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Bali Update #837
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Bali Update #836
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Bali Update #835
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Bali Update #834
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Bali Update #833
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Bali Update #831
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Bali Update #831
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Bali Update #830
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Bali Update #829
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Bali Update #828
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Bali Update #827
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Bali Update #826
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Bali Update #825
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Bali Update #824
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Bali Update #823
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Bali Update #822
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Bali Update #821
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Bali Update #820
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Bali Update #819
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Bali Update #818
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Bali Update #817
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Bali Update #816
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Bali Update #815
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Bali Update #814
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Bali Update #813
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Bali Update #812
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Bali Update #810
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Bali Update #809
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Bali Update #808
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Bali Update #807
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Bali Update #806
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Bali Update #805
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Bali Update #804
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Bali Update #803
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Bali Update #802
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Bali Update #801
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Bali Update #800
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Bali Update #799
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Bali Update #798
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Bali Update #797
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Bali Update #796
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Bali Update #795
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Bali Update #794
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Bali Update #793
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Bali Update #792
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Bali Update #791
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Bali Update #790
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Bali Update #789
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Bali Update #788
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Bali Update #787
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Bali Update #786
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Bali Update #785
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Bali Update #784
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Bali Update #783
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Bali Update #782
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Bali Update #780
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Bali Update #779
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Bali Update #777
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Bali Update #775
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Bali Update #774
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Bali Update #773
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Bali Update #772
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Bali Update #771
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Bali Update #770
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Bali Update #769
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Bali Update #768
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Bali Update #767
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Bali Update #766
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Bali Update #765
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Bali Update #764
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Bali Update #763
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Bali Update #762
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Bali Update #761
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Bali Update #760
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Bali Update #759
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Bali Update #758
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Bali Update #757
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Bali Update #756
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Bali Update #755
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Bali Update #754
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Bali Update #752
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Bali Update #751
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Bali Update #750
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Bali Update #749
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Bali Update #748
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Bali Update #747
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Bali Update #746
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Bali Update #745
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Bali Update #744
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Bali Update #743
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Bali Update #742
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Bali Update #741
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Bali Update #739
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Bali Update #736
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Bali Update #734
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Bali Update #733
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Bali Update #731
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Bali Update #727
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Bali Update #721
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Bali Update #719
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Bali Update #718
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Bali Update #716
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Bali Update #715
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Bali Update #714
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Bali Update #713
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Bali Update #712
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Bali Update #711
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Bali Update #709
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Bali Update #705
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Bali Update #703
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