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BALI UPDATE #1068 - 20 February 2017

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Fallen Family Tree
Falling Tree Kills Two Motorists in North Bali

Following a warning published in early February 2017 by Balidiscovery.com of the dangers posed by falling trees during the current rainy and windy weather conditions, a tree has fallen onto a small pickup truck traveling from Denpasar to Singaraja at Peneng Banjar, Baturiti, Tabanan on Thursday, February 12, 2017.

Metrobali.com said that a Suar Tree toppled onto the busy roadway sticking the cab of the pickup truck killing both the driver and passenger on the spot.

Dead are the driver, Agus Tiilul (28), and his passenger, Wahyu Widodo (35), both men from Jember, East Java.

Police says heavy rains had rendered the soil on the roadside labile, permitting the tree that fell on the truck to become uprooted and fall onto the road.

(Photo: Tribun Bali)

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The Race Got Washed Out
Makepung Race Course in West Bali Damaged by Flood Waters

The popular racetrack used for traditional Makepung bull races in Jembrana, West Bali has been washed away at several points due to flash flooding.

Makepung is the name given to traditional bull races held in Jembrana, West Bali using modified agricultural plows as carriages cum chariots.

Metrobali.com reports that construction activities to backfill and harden the supporting land were washed away by recent flash floods. Several areas of the circuit have been buried in mud carried by overflow from the Samblong River and Yeh Kuning.

The floodwaters that inundated Samblong, in the district of Sangkaragung, Jembrana on Thursday, February 16, 2017, also damaged private homes surrounding the race circuit.

Tourism officials in Jimbaran say that despite the recent flooding work will continue on the second phase of the race circuit development. The second phase of development, costing Rp. 2 billion, will focus on finishing the racecourse and creating supporting services, such as public toilets, bathrooms, and gazebo shelters.

Because of the recent flooding, officials are now considering raising the height of the actual racecourse to prevent future flood damage.

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Half-Million Missing Tourists
Tourism Ministry Says Different Means of Counting Tourists Omitted 504,969 from Final Total Tourist Visitors to Indonesia in 2016

Kompas.com reports that the deputy in charge of market development at the Indonesian Tourism Ministry , I Gde Pitana , annpunced that 12, 023,971 foreign tourists visited Indonesia in 2016.

Pitana revealed the tourist arrival statistics provided by the Central Statistic Agency (BPS) using Mobile Positioning Data (MPD) technology that resulted in a higher count of visitors for the year.

“We continue to use the data from BPS, but be sure to view the official statistical report. Clearly it’s stated there (BPS), (but) does not include four percent. BPS reports 11.52 million visitors, but that doesn’t include the 4%. Actually it’s 4.2%, OK? There’s no disagreement between the BPS and the Ministry of Tourism,” said Pitana following a press conference at the National Statistics Agency on Thursday, February 16, 2017.

The BPS officially reported 11,519,275 foreign visitors to Indonesia for all of 2016. The 4.2% referred to By Pitana is equal to a further 504,696 foreign visitors. This (additional) data represents the purported enhanced accuracy provided by MPD technology.

Continuing, Pitana said: “This means that the BPS does not object to the (additional) 4%. But, because the regulations do not allow this to be done. BPS does not allow back casting or re-forcasting. I can’t foretell the future of BPS. There is nothing being manufactured here. Nothing is hidden or made up. BPS has recorded the 4% or additional 504,969 visitors."

Pitana said the new MPD method of counting tourists was formally introduced in October 2016 after approvals by the People’s Forum for Statistics (FMS).

Explaining further, Pitana said: “The BPS agreed to extrapolate their numbers for the period January –September 2016 of 504 thousand (4.2%) and this was presented the FMS on February 8, 2017. The FMS has not recommended that the 504,000 additional tourists be included in the 2016 foreign tourist count. But, the BPS and the FMS have encouraged the Ministry of Tourism to use the 12.023 million foreign tourist total for the sake of national tourism.”

As a result, Pitana says the 12 million target for foreign tourists was achieved in 2016 based on the counts of the BPS and MPD.


Beware of Strong Currents
French Tourist Drowns While Spear Fishing off West Lombok

Kompas.com reports that a French tourist, identified only as Nicolas (39), drowned while diving at Gili Panggang, Sekotong, West Lombok on Thursday, February 16, 2017.

Search and rescue workers announced that the Frenchman’s body was recovered at 9:30 am on Friday morning at a depth of 15-meters not far from the area in which the tourist went missing.

Nicolas was visiting the Selong Belank beach to dive with two friends, accompanied by two guides and a local fisherman. The men were on a spearfishing expeditions at the time of the incident.

The man’s companions say Nicolas was carried away by strong currents when they lost contact with the man. The group returned to shore to report the diver’s disappearance so a search could commence.


We’re the Best
Bali Named the Best Island in 12th Destination Awards

Bali has been named the “best island” for the 12th consecutive year by the DestinAsian Readers Choice Awards at a gala ceremony held in Singapore.

The State News Agency Antara reports that the deputy for market development at the Tourism Ministry, I Gde Pitana, welcomed the announcement of the award that was presented on February 15, 2017.

For the past dozen years, DestinAsian magazine has held open voting among its readership in determining the recipients of its awards naming the favorite destinations and travel products.

Bali and Bali-related products featured proudly in a number of the 31 categories in the 12th DestinAsian Awards Program:

Top 10 Islands
  • Bali
  • Phuket
  • Maldives
  • Koh Samui
  • Boracay
  • Palawan
  • Langkawi
  • Koh Phi Phi
  • Penang
  • Lombok
Top 5 Airlines Overall
  • Singapore Airlines
  • Cathay Pacific
  • Qatar Airways
  • Thai Airways
  • Garuda Indonesia
Best Hotel Spas
  • Spa at AYANA, AYANA Resort and Spa, Bali
  • Banyan Tree Spa Phuket
  • The Spa, Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay
  • The Oriental Spa, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
  • Banyan Tree Spa Bangkok
  • Remède Spa, The St. Regis Singapore
  • So Spa, SO Sofitel Bangkok
  • ESPA, Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore
  • The Spa, Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai
  • CHI, The Spa, Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore
Top 10 Boutique Hotels
  • Alila Villas Uluwatu, Bali
  • The Siam, Bangkok
  • 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai
  • Amanpuri, Phuket
  • COMO Uma Ubud, Bali
  • Keemala, Phuket
  • Amanjiwo, Central Java
  • Baros Maldives, North Male Atoll
  • Hotel Proverbs, Taipei
  • Macalister Mansion, Penang

Best Hotels and Resorts in Indonesia
  • W Bali – Seminyak
  • The St. Regis Bali Resort
  • AYANA Resort and Spa Bali
  • Grand Hyatt Jakarta
  • Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay
  • The Legian Bali
  • Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta
  • Banyan Tree Ungasan, Bali
  • The Mulia, Bali
  • Conrad Bali


In Search of a New Home
Bali Governor Calls for Relocation of Victims of Kintamani Landslides

As reported by Beritabali.com, Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika convened a meeting with the Regent of Bangli and a number of provincial and regional officials on Friday, February 17, 2017.

Held at the Governor’s office in Renon, the meeting was called to coordinate recovery efforts of the disaster scene in Bangli at Kintamani where landslides killed 13 local residents and destroys a large number of homes.

Pastika, who recently visited the scene of devastation at Songan village and adjoining communities, told the group, “After undertaking an emergency response, now we must move to the next phase of rehabilitation and reconstruction.”

Pastika demanded quick remedial steps from all attending the meeting, emphasizing that many people are now homeless because of the landslides.

An estimated 23 buildings that were home to 25 families suffered damage in the landslides, 5 of which suffered total destruction or severe damage. Pastika is recommending that the families be relocated to safer areas to prevent similar natural disasters reoccuring in the future.

The Regent of Bangli, Made Gianyar, told the Governor that he would work on the Governor’s recommendation and see if a new area could be found to permanently house those who lost their homes.

At the same meeting, the Provincial Head of Public Works, Nyoman Astawa Riadi, confirmed that steps were underway to repair all the roads damaged by landslides Riadi said that repairs are being stymied, to some extent, by bad weather with heavy rains expected to last until the end of February.

The Regent of Bangli said that while the disaster declaration has ended the government must now focus on assisting those who were injured and lost their homes in the course of a single night of landslides at three separate locations.

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The Snail Pace of Progress at Tanah Lot
Official at Tanah Lot Blame Fear of Delays as Reason for Delaying New E-Ticket System at Popular Tourism Attraction

Despite being formally listed in its management plan, the Tanah Lot Temple Management has failed to realize plans to introduce e-ticketing.

As reported by Beritabali.com, the delay is being blamed on changes in the gate systems at the popular tourist attraction and the "desire" to ensure visitors do not encounter long lines at admission gates.

The Regent of Tabanan, Ni Putu Eka Wiryastuti, said at a management meeting for Tanah Lot on Thursday, February 16, 2017: “We need to soon introduce e-ticketing. This has already become one of the focus programs for 2017.

The Regent also serves as the chairman of the management board of Tanah Lot.

Wiryastuti ordered that coordination is undertaken urgently to allow e-ticketing to be introduced.


Bringing Tana Toraja Closer to Bali
Transportation Minister Seeking Make Direct Fights Between Bali and Tana Toraja by Improving Pong Tiku Airport

The Minister of Transportation, Budi Karya Sumadi, wants to create a new tourism axis-package for the current year including Bali- Toraja –Wakatobi.

To help achieve this, the Minister is supporting efforts to develop one of the airport runways at Toraja during the current year.

As reported by Kompas.com, Minister Sumadi announced his plans during a visit to the official residence of the South Sulawesi Governor, Syahrul Yasin Limpo, on Friday, February 17, 2017.

Toraja is served by two airports: Pong Tiku and Buntukunik. The Minister wants to extend the Pong Tiku runway by 100 meters to a new length of 1,400 meters at an estimated cost of Rp. 100 billion. “The development of Pong Tiku will be done in stages and begin this year. Next year we have budgeted Rp. 200 billion,” explained Sumadi.

The lengthening of the runway will allow ATR aircraft to land at Pong Tiku and the possibility of direct flights from Bali. “In this way, tourists will be able to purchase a complete tourism package connecting Bali – Toraja and Wakatobi,” explained the Minister.

The Ministry of Transportation also plans to lengthen the runway at Buntukunik in Toraja. The planning for this has been turned over to three Universities: Gaja Mada in Yogyakarta, ITB in Bandung, and Hasanuddin University in Makassar. The feasibility study is expected to take between 6 and 12 months to complete.

Speaking before an Indonesian Ship-owners Association meeting (INSA) in Makassar, the Minister of Transportation emphasized to his audience that Tana Toraja remains a leading Indonesian tourism destination. Because of this, he said it is the responsibility of his Ministry to develop the transportation infrastructure to allow Toraja’s tourism potential to be fully realized.

In response, the Regent of Tana Toraja, Nicodemus Biringkanae, said he hopes that the development of the Buntukunik Airport can be realized. Adding: “Air transportation is the only fast access (to their homes) for the people of Toraja to the capital of the Province and other areas. This is because the Torajans do not enjoy sea access and a land trip to Makassar can take up to 8 hours.”

According to Nicodemus, air transportation to Toraja will increase the number of tourist coming to Toraja. Currently, Tana Toraja welcomes around 200,000 tourists each year, while 300,000 visit North Toraja.

While plans are for Pong Tiku Airport to be extended to 1,400 meters, further plans are to make the Buntukunik airstrip 1,900 meters long. Meanwhile, officials want to make a new 2-kilometer road connecting the Buntukunik Airport with the Sulawesi-Toraja highway.

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The Strange Tales of Hoffman
American Expatriate Paul Hoffman in Police Custody in Connection with Convenience Store Robbery

A 57-year-old American expatriate, Paul Anthony Hoffman, is in police custody after being apprehended on Thursday, February 16, 2017, in connection with the robbery of a convenience store on Jalan Sunset in Kuta.

With a listed address in Bali on Jalan Tunggak Bingin Block J in Sanur, police say Hoffman entered the store on Thursday, February 9, 2017, wearing a helmet and facemask and driving a Honda motorcycle with concealed license plates. Ostensibly making a selection from the chocolate counter, Hoffman allegedly approached the cashier who he threatened at knife point before making an escape with only Rp. 176,000.

As reported by Tribun-Bali and a number of local newspapers, based on information provided by the store clerk and the indication that the thief was a foreigner police were able to make an arrest in the case. Two days later, police on patrol in Kuta saw a man matching the description of the thief and placed him under surveillance. Following Hoffman to the man’s temporary residence on Jalan Camplung Tanduk in Seminyak, police stopped the American and searched him where they found a knife resembling that used in the robbery in the man’s right trouser package.

Police also seized the man’s passport and clothing articles that matched the description of those worn in the robbery.

Bali Post reports that police suspect that Hoffman, who told police that he was once wealthy but had fallen on hard times, may be connected with as many as 6 robberies in Bali.


In Search of Origins
Writers, Readers, Artists and the World Connect at Ubud Writers and Readers Festival October 25-29, 2017

The 14th Ubud Writers and Readers Festival returns to Bali October 25-29, 2017, with a new theme and banner reflecting this year’s festival theme of “Origins” in order to welcome the world’s leading authors, artists, thinkers and performers to the Island.

The theme – drawn from the Hindu philosophy ‘Sangkan Paraning Dumadi’ – speaks of an eternal connection to where we have come from, and to where we will ultimately return.

“Last year’s theme of ‘Tat Tvam Asi’, or ‘I am you, you are me’, was a powerful exploration of our connectedness, to each other, as individuals,” explains founder & director Janet DeNeefe.

“At a time of global unrest and political turmoil, ‘Origins’ invites us to consider the biggest picture – to contemplate not just our connections from person to person, but as a collective humanity extending across people, the planet and periods of time.”

Across the Festival’s five-day program, the theme will unfold the powerful movements that have influenced and continue to shape the world – from the political to the technological, environmental to spiritual – and their cyclical manifestations throughout our existence. It will challenge audiences to consider the origins of the elements that shape us, the things we carry with us through life, and the things that draw us back.

“By cultivating a universal perspective and shifting away from the cult of the individual, we instill in our Festival audiences the possibility of truly affirmative action,” continued DeNeefe.

“If we are no longer constrained by our individual perspectives, what are our responsibilities, and what is within our power to achieve together?” asked DeNeefe.

As in the past, the Festival will celebrate the role literature and the arts play in understanding our place in the world. Platforms for reflection, connection and collective action, literary festivals occupy a unique space in contemporary discourse.

“The modern equivalent to the enlightenment-era coffeehouse, literary festivals are shaking off their reputations as sleepy marketplaces; transforming themselves into cross-cultural events where people who disagree can encounter one another and safely explore complex and controversial ideas – together,” reflected LA Review of Books correspondent Justin Lancy after attending last year’s event.

In bringing together 160+ speakers from 23 countries in 2016, the UWRF has well and truly evolved into a global hub of ideas, experiences, and empowerment for both individuals and its diverse community of attendees.

“In Indonesia, the world’s greatest archipelagic nation, almost everyone is constantly asked, Dari mana? Where are you from?” concluded DeNeefe. “At a time when the severity of global events can make us feel disempowered, this year’s Festival drives us to return to our shared humanity and to ask ourselves, ‘what can we do to break the cycles of history?’”

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Pan Pacific Nirwana to Close July 31st.
Historic Pan Pacific Nirwana Hotel to Close on July 31, 2017, for Renovations and Rebranding

The management of the Pan Pacific Nirwana Resort at Tanah Lot has formally announced that the hotel will close its door on July 31, 2017.

In a joint decision between the owners of the property PT MNC Land and Pan Pacific Hotels the hotel and adjoining golf course will close on July 31st after which a total renovation of the resort will commence. PT MNC is owned by Indonesian business tycoon Hary Tanoesoedibjo.

Pan Pacific has managed the property since April 2010 and its affiliation with the Tanah Lot property will come to an end with the closing in July.

Details on the management of the property after its renovation remain unclear, but the Trump Hotel Group is widely rumored to lined up to manage a new luxury resort - residential complex -  resort resort in the location once the hotel reopens.

The Pan Pacific’s group's senior vice president in charge of operations, Erik Anderouard, said Wednesday, “We have enjoyed a mutually rewarding partnership with PT MNC Land Tbk and wish them every success for the future. Moving forward, we will be looking to capitalize on our extensive network of business contacts and brand equity to introduce more award-winning Pan Pacific and Parkroyal properties to our customers in Indonesia.”

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Footloose in Ubud
PHRI-Gianyar Chairman Calls on Ubud Hotels to Halt Balinese Dance and Cultural Performance

Hotels in the popular Balinese tourism destination of Ubud are being urged to stop presenting Balinese cultural performances and, instead, send guests desiring such forms of entertainment to view them in local village settings.

The State News Agency Antara quotes the head of the Gianyar Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI-Gianyar) and former Regent of Gianyar, Oka Artha Ardhana Sukawati (Cok Ace), who says such a step would enhance the authenticity of the tourist experience for Ubud visitors.

“I recommend that hotels in Ubud should not stage dances within the confines of their property and I suggest that (the hotels) invite the tourists to the villages and the birthplace of dance that are managed by Gianyar artists,” said Cok Ace.

The PHRI-Ubud chairman feels that such a change would increase the length of stay of tourists in Bali by creating a friendly atmosphere for the enjoyment of local dance and culture.

Apparently, Cok Ace would also like to see only the villages that can claim to have created certain dance forms be allowed to stage these dances. The PHRI official suggested that people wishing to watch the "Cak Dance" be sent to its bithplace in Bedulu Village. Continuing on this bent, Cok Ace wants hotels and travel agents to send guests wishing to see the Barong Dance be directed to Pagutan Village in Batubulan, while legong dances be staged at Peliatan in Ubud,

Said Cok Ace, “This will make Ubud more attractive to tourists with the dances presented of a higher quality and, in a psychological way, give tourists an impression of watching a dance performance that is more ‘real.’”

Cok Ace claims that cultural shows at hotels are often undermanned with artists and of a low artistic quality. Adding: “Because of this, let tourists directly witness the arts in their birthplace; everyone will benefit (from this). Tour guides will continue to work and transport will be used to bring people to these attractions.”

Lamenting the declining length of stay for tourists visiting Bali that now stands at only 3.1 days, Cok Ace insists that by compelling people to attend cultural performances staged outside a hotel the length of stay will automatically increase.


Is the Stork a Blue Bird?
Woman Gives Birth in the Back Seat of a Blue Bird Taxi in Bali

The General Manager of the Blue Bird Taxi Group for Bali and Lombok, Putu Gede Panca Wiadnyana, reports that one of the taxis in  his fleet did the seemingly impossible and delivered more passengers to a destination than boarded the taxi initially.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, Wiadnyana explained, saying: “Together with my staff, we are giving special attention to Rizki Amalia who gave birth while riding in one of our taxis bringing her to the maternity ward of a hospital on Friday, February 17, 2107.”

Taking it all in stride, the Blue Bird manager explained how his drivers try to give the best service, whatever the circumstances.

While it's not clear if Blue Bird is entitled to claim ‘naming rights,” Wiadnyana asked: “Who’s going to name the baby? Because it was born in a Blue Bird Taxi, (why not) just call it Mutiara or Putri Mutiara? The woman who founded Blue Bird was called Mutiara. Let the baby become a great woman like her namesake. Just like the founder Ibu Mutiara Siti Fatimah Djokosoetono, call her ‘Mutiara’.”

Panca Wiadnyana issued his thanks to the Kasih Ibu Hospital who responded professional and quickly in the medical emergency. The hospital also extended a special price for their services in connection with the birth.

The Mother was upgraded to a Class II room and granted a lower tariff for medical services.

The taxi driver, Taubert Chaidir, told the press he was heading for the Air Force Hospital when he diverted to the Kasih Ibu Hospital when his passenger began to give birth in the back of his taxi. “The condition became an emergency with the Mother screaming. I made a decision to go to the Kasih Ibu Hospital. The roads were congested and the hospital was close,” explained the driver who moved to Bali from Gresik, East Java.


Japanese Beneficence
Japanese Safari Park Donates to Help Indonesian Conservation Efforts

The Bali Safari and Marine Park in Gianyar, Bali recently received a visit and witnessed a donation of one million Japanese Yen from the Gunma Safari Park in Japan to the people of Indonesia.

As reported by the Bali Post, a private visit to the Bali Safari Park allowed the Gunma Safari Park in Japan to donate the equivalent of around Rp. 117 million to be used by the Indonesian Ministry of the Environment and Forestry to support animal conservation in the Republic.

The donation from Japan was a direct result of a “sister park” relationship established between Taman Safari Indonesia and Gunma Safari Park. The donation was handed over by the President of Gunma Safari Park, Kunihiko Takahashi, and received by Liestya Kusumawardani, MS.c in charge of Conservation Information on behalf of the Ministry of the Environment.

She expressed the Government’s appreciation to the Japanese safari park for its generosity

Frans Manansang, a director of Taman Safari Indonesia said the donation from Japan is the 16th of its kind, saying he hope such activities would continue over the years to come.


Farewell, Ibu Nelly
Thousands of People Bid Farewell to the Foreign Princess of the Ubud Royal Palace

Thousands of Ubud residents participated in the cremation process for the late Nelly Sukawaiti, a member of the Ubud Royal Palace and the wife of the late Cokorda Ngurah Wim Sukawati who once served as Indonesian Ambassador to Switzerland.

ession, held on Monday, February 13, 2017, hauled a 25-meter high funeral tower through the main streets of Ubud together with a statue of a large black sacred bull that would serve as the body’s repository during the coming cremation.

Originally from Holland, Nelly Luchsinger joined the Royal Household after marrying the late “Cok Sasrabahu” in 1949, whom she met while she was working as a teacher in Indonesia. Thereafter she was known as "Nelly Sukawati" and embraced the religious traditions of Bali as she took up her role in the Palace.

When her husband later became an Indonesian diplomat, Nelly accompanied him on assignments to The Netherlands, France, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland. Following her husband’s retirement, the couple lived in Jakarta where Tjokorda Ngurah Wim Sukawati served as a director for a number of companies that included Unilever, Mantrust and Frisian Flag.

Nelly died at age 98 on December 26, 2016. Her husband preceded her in death in 2013.

The couple is survived by a son and daughter, Tjokorde Gde Rake Sven Sukawati and Tjokorde Istri Vera Partini Sukawati.


Uber Doing It!
Uber Taxi Driver Beaten by Angry Crown in Ubud, Bali

The driver of an Uber Taxi was set upon by a mob and badly beaten on Jalan Pengosekan in Ubud, Bali on Sunday, February 12, 2017.

The driver, Peter Sunarto (31), suffered bruises about his head and face as the result of the beating.

Sunarto had received a ride order over the Uber online transportation application from a hotel on Jalan Hanoman in Ubud at about 4:20 pm when, while waiting for his passenger to appear, more than 10 people attacked him while parked at a nearby minimarket.

According to Balipost.com, the mob asked Sunarto if he was an Uber driver.

Frightened for his safety, Sunarto told the mob that he was not an Uber driver but merely waiting for a friend.

The men then drag him from the car and beat him.

The man later reported the attack to the Ubud Police precinct.

Police are investigating the case and have called members of the local taxi drivers group working in the Jalan Pengosekan area.

Police say an agreement is in place preventing online taxi operators from working in the Ubud area.

Police continue to try to track down those responsible for the criminal assault on the taxi driver.


Misguided
4 Unlicensed Guides Apprehended Working in Downtown Denpasar

Local law enforcement for the Province of Bali (Satpol PP) apprehended three unlicensed guides working in central Denpasar at the Monument of the People’s Struggle (Bajra Sandhi) on Friday, February 17, 2017.

In a check of documents that surveyed tens of guides, four were found to lack a guide license or an official guide identity card (KTPP).

A provincial spokesman said the raids were carried out in response to reports of illegal and unlicensed guides operating on the Island. Many of these complaints have come from licensed guides who see the activities of the “gypsy” guides as unfair competition and damaging to the Island’s reputation as a tourism destination.

According to NusaBali, the 4 guides netted in the raids were charged with violating Section 5 of the 2016 Tourism Law.

3 of those caught were from Bali while the fourth was a Chinese national. All four have been ordered to show up at the Denpasar Court on March 1, 2017, for trial.

Officials undertaking the raids also issued verbal warnings to tourists smoking in close proximity to other tourists, an action not allowed under anti-smoking regulations now in effect.


Feeling Ambivalent in Both Directions
Two-Days After Changing Traffic Directions, Police in Kuta Restore Two-Way Flows on Jalan Kartika Plaza in Bali

On Friday, February 17, 2017, just two days after the introduction of new traffic flow rules on Jalan Singosari and Jalan Kartika Plaza in Kuta, Bali, police have suspended their plans and returned to established traffic patterns.

As reported by Balipost.com, officials announced the change back to the traffic status quo was done “to accommodate the people’s aspirations” that demanded that Jalan Kartika Plaza be restored to a two-way street.

The community chief (Kelian), I Ketut Werka, said many local residents living on Jalan Kubu Anyar had complained that traffic was diverting to their areas traveling via local alleyways to circumvent the one-way rule.

As a result, those living in the area felt uncomfortable with the sudden increase in traffic traveling past their homes. Police defended the sudden change, saying the new traffic pattern, was only in its trial phase, and in any case,the return to the status quo was done for the public’s sake.

Police pledged they would continue to look for a “win-win” solution in solving traffic congestion problems in Kuta. At the same time, police are calling on the public to help relieve traffic congestion by stopping the practice of parking illegally on roadsides and not driving large vehicles in areas where they are banned entry. Taxis are also being asked not to wait for passengers while parked on roadsides and not to park their vehicles in a careless manner.

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Hilltop Thievery
Four Face Long Prison Terms for Collecting Illegal Admission Fees at Kintamani Volcano

Police in Bangli have arrested four men for extracting illegal fees from passing motorists visiting the Kintamani area of Bali.

The four men, local men from Bangli identified only by their initials INDD, 47, IKS,47, INM, 46, and INL, 47 posed as local community officials and demanded money from tourists at several locations near Kintamani volcano.

Police seized more than Rp. 30 million when they arrested the men on Sunday, February 12, 2017.

The arrests were made after tip-offs from local residents who saw the men issuing fake tickets and demanding payment from passing motorists.

Kintamani has been the source of many complaints from tourists who are stopped while traveling through the area to have “ticket fees” demanded men standing on the roadside.

As reported by the Jakarta Post, the “official tariff” for foreign tourists visiting Kintamani is RP. 31,000 for adults and Rp. 25,000 for children. Domestic tourists pay Rp. 16,000 for adults and Rp. 10,000 for children coming to Kintamani.

Additional fees are also charged for vehicles.

Police are preparing to charge the men under a corruption law that provides for a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and Rp. 1 billion in fines.


Czech Out
Czech Tourists Dies in Canggu Beach Motorcycle Accident

A tourist from the Czech Republic, Kroupa Ondrej (28) has died in a motorcycle accident at Pantai Batu Bolong in Canggu that occurred at 4:30 am on Thursday, February 16, 2017.

As reported by DenPost, Ondrej was a passenger on a motorcycle driven by Jelinek Ondrej (28) that struck another motorcycle driven by Putu Budiana (40) at an intersection on Jalan Raya Canggu.

Both motorcyclists were traveling at a high rate of speed in a southerly direction on Jalan Raya Canggu.

Budiana was carrying a pillion passenger at the time of the accident, a woman who was thrown from the motorcycle in the collision and sustained injuries requiring treatment at a local hospital.

Both Budiana and Jelinek Ondrej were hospitalized following the accident.

Jelinek Ondrej was carrying another passenger on his bike, Kroupa Onrej, who died later of head injuries at Sanglah Hospital.

Police believe Jelinek Ondrej was drinking at the time of the mishap and failed to grant a right of way to the Indonesian motorcyclists.


 
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