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BALI UPDATE #1073 - 27 March 2017

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A Silent Night Before a Silent Day?
Bali Chief Policeman Issues Call for Discipline and Self-Control Over Nyepi Holiday

Bali’s Chief of Police, General Petrus R. Golose, has issued an announcement calling on those living in Bali to safeguard public order during the Nyepi – Day of Silence on March 28, 2017.

As reported by Beritabali.com, General Golose’s written statement – was read by the Deputy Chief of Police for Bali, Brigadier General Gede Ali Widana, during practice drills in preparation at the Puputan Field in Denpasar on Wednesday, March 22, 2017.

General Golose implored the public exercise discipline and self-control, especially in the revelry that takes pace on Hari Pengerupukan – the night before the Nyepi holiday. Bali’s top policeman also called on the public not to make the consumption of alcohol part of their holiday celebrations.

Golose also asked that the public refrains from igniting fireworks over the Bali Hindu New Year period.

The Chief of Police for the Province invited Bali Hindu devotees to honor the concept of Catur Brata Penyepian that dictates the New Year be honored through the abstinence from activity (amati karya), not to light fires of lighting (amati geni), not to travel outside their homes (amati lelungan), and not to engage in pleasurable activities (amati lelanguang).

Widana told the press in attendance that the Bali police will work together with local communities to ensure that ogoh-ogoh parades proceed in a dignified and orderly fashion. The Deputy Chief of Police said that police during the Nyepi-eve celebrations would focus on avoiding traffic jams, ensuring that misunderstandings do not manifest between competing villages in the evening’s parades, and preventing petty criminals - such as pickpockets from disturbing the festivities.

Bali’s Deputy Governor, I Ketut Sudikerta, added to the call for public order and for the public a request not to consume alcohol that can lead to outbreaks of public unrest.

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In the Event of a Sudden Loss . . .
Garuda’s Profitability Drops 89% in 2016

Reuters and the Jakarta Globe reports that Garuda Indonesia’s net profits fell 89% in 2016.

The Airline’s CEO, Arief Wibowo, blames price competition on regional and international routes for the fall in profitability.

Public published financial reports showed that the national carrier’s profits in 2016 totaled US$8.07 million – a dramatic drop from the US$76.48 million booked only one year earlier.

In statements made on Wednesday, March 22, 2017, Wibowo said, “Price competition is very tight in domestic and international (routes), causing yield to drop."

Garuda’s earned US$ 06.9 cents per flown passenger mile in 2016, down from US$ 07.5 in 2015.

Garuda Indonesia operating revenues increased 1.2% in 2016, while expenses increased 1.7%.

Foreign exchange losses totaled US$19 million.

Despite the declining financial performance, Garuda's stock price closed the year 1.2 percent higher, while the Indonesian stock index declined 0.6 percent for the year.


A Moving Experience
Bali Gets a Strong Early Morning Wake Call via a 6.4 Magnitude Earthquake on Wednesday, March 22, 2017

An earthquake measuring 6.4 on the Richter Scale shook Bali at 7:15 am on Wednesday, March 22, 2017. Many residents in Bali report a long rolling shake lasting between 5-10 seconds that sent many running into the streets in panic.

The shake was felt over a wide area stretching from Banyuwangi in East Java, across most of Bali and also touching Lombok.

Minor property damage was reported in several areas with four reports of minor physical injury linked to the earthquake

The Indonesia Agency for Meteorology, Climate, and Geophysics (BMKG) pinpointed the epicenter of the earthquake in the ocean 23 kilometers southeast of Bali’s capital of Denpasar at a depth of 117 kilometers located along seismic plates separating Indonesia and Australia.

No tsunami was produced by the seismic event.

NusaBali recorded that of the four victims that suffered minor injuries from the earthquake were a visitor to the Kidul Bangli morning market and three grade school student from Karangasem and Tabanan.

In Karangasem, I Kadek Raditya Wirawan Yustia Putra (8), a second-grade student was struck by a falling roof tile at his school in Nyuhtebal that required two stitches at a local medical center.

In Tabanan, Kevin Aditya (6) and Alit Manik Prayoga (6) attending a grade school in Kediri were also injured slightly by falling roofing tiles.


No Landings. No Take-offs
Bali Airport to Close for 24 Hours on March 28, 2017

Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport will be closed in total during the official day of silence “Nyepi” on Tuesday, March 28, 2017.

As reported by MetroBali.com, the official closing of the airport was confirmed by the Airport’s spokesman, Ari Ahsannorohim.

Ari said on Wednesday, March 22, 2017, in accordance with a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) issued by the Indonesian aviation authorities, Bali’s airport will close from 6:00 am on the morning of Tuesday, March 28, 2017 and reopen 24-hours later at 6:00 am on Wednesday.

Although Bali’s airport will be officially closed for 24-hours during the Nyepi New Year period, flights requiring an emergency technical stop will be allowed to land. Planes operating on an emergency basis would include plane encountering technical failures, weather emergencies or medical evacuation flights.

The last scheduled flight will depart Bali at 2:00 am on the early morning of March 28th, with the first flight operating on March 29th would operate at 6:00 am.

Except in extraordinary circumstance, no one will be allowed to enter or leave Bali’s airport during the proscribed period.


On the Road to Nowhere
Bali Toll Road to Close for 32 Hours During Nyepi New Year Period

During the Day of Silence – Nyepi – to welcome Bali Hindu New Year Saka 1939 - Bali’s Mandara Toll Road will be closed for 32 hours.

Metrobali.com quoted the CEO of PT Jasa Marga Tol Bali Mandara, Akhmad Tito Karim, who explains that the closure of Bali’s only toll road is in accordance with the Governor’s directive (Number: 003.1/7600/BKD dated 5 December 2016) and another letter issued by the Minister of Public Works (Rakyat Number: UM.01.11-Mn/260 dated 21 March 2017).

Akhmad Tito Karim said the closure of the toll road will take place from 11:00 pm on Monday, March 27, 2017, and will reopen on Wednesday, March 29 at 7:00 am.

The Bali toll road serves approximately 50,000 vehicles each day, 56% of which are four-wheel vehicles with the remainder motorcycles.

It is estimates that the Toll Road will lose around Rp. 400 million in revenues during the Nyepi closing.


No Right to Bear Arms in Paradise
Police Arrest American at Bali Airport with 12 Rounds of Live Ammunition

Police at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport took an American citizen, Thomas Michael Misttreta, into custody on Thursday, March 23, 2017.

Misttreta, who lists his home address as Manassas Park, Virginia, USA,  was arrested with a rifle magazine filled with live rounds of ammunition as he was preparing to check-in for an international flight.

Metrobali.com said the magazine contained 12 rounds of 50-caliber ammunition. Misttreta did not have the permits and licenses in his possession required for a private citizen to carry firearms or ammunition in Indonesia.

The magazine and bullets were discovered during an x-ray inspection of the American’s luggage.

Police continue to hold the American and his luggage while they investigate the case.


After the Silence, a Big Wet Kiss
Ritual Kissing Welcomes the Bali New Year in the Community of Banjar Kaja, Sesetan, Bali

For more than a century, the residents of Banjar Kaja, Sesetan - an urban village in South Denpasar, gather on the day following Bali’s official day of silence – Nyepi for a truly unique ceremony.

Under the guidance of the “Sesetan Heritage Omed-Omedan Festival (SHOF) – the “Omed-Omedan” or “Kissing Festival” convenes in the central square of Banjar Kaja. Originating from the term for “pulling and pushing” in Balinese, Omed-Omedan sees the unmarried young men and women of the community gather to celebrate the Hindu New Year by exchanging kisses.

Beginning with religious prayers, the ceremony sees groups of young men and women, standing in two separate groups and face off while awaiting the “go” signal given by a religious leader.

Signal given, the groups cautiously approach each other before young men reach out and “pull" young women closer for a passionate kiss. Meanwhile, married members of the community and not participating in the canoodling throw buckets of cold water over the young kissing couples in order to cool their ardor.

Apparently, the water doesn’t always work. Many married couples in the community claim they first met at the Omed-Omedan ceremony.

As reported by Beritabali.com, SHOF has set the date of Wednesday, March 29, 2017, to take place in from the Banjar Kaja Selatan.

The Mayor of Denpasar and the Deputy Mayor have both voiced their support for this year's Omed-Omedan event.

And, before any roaming Lothario gets his hopes up, it should be noted that while spectators are welcome to view the Omed-Omedan,passionate participation is generally limited to local residents.


Motorcycles Welcome at Bali Airport
Bali Airport Adding Parking Areas for Motorcycles

The Bali Airport Authority – PT Angkasa Pura I (PT API) has confirmed plans to invest Rp. 4.5 billion to build a parking area for motorcycles in order to relieve parking congestion.

A commercial manager for PT API explained that the new parking area would be able to accommodate three thousand motorcycles.

The State News Agency Antara reports that the construction of the new parking area for motorcycles will commence in April 2017 and is targeted for completion in June 2017 before the Lebaran rush.

The new parking area will be located in an open area near the Airport’s Mosque opposite the current multi-level parking building for four-wheel vehicles.

Current parking for motorcycles is insufficient with space in open areas totaling 1,450 spots and in multi-level buildings at 2,965 spots.


Four-Day Search Ends
New Zealand Drowning Victim’s Body Found by Local Fishermen

The Jakarta Post confirms that the body of a New Zealand man, Temson Mannie Junior Simeki, has been found floating in Crystal Bay at Nusa Penida - the offshore island complex located off Bali’s southeast coast.

Simeki (23) had been missing for four days after being swept away by a big wave when swimming with friends at Angel’s Billabong at Nusa Penida on Monday, March 20, 2017.

Two local fishermen discovered the dead New Zealand man’s body and towed it to a nearby jetty before calling police

Search and Rescue officials removed the man’s remains to the Sanglah General Hospital in Denpasar for further disposition.

In the incident preceding the drowning, Simeki was taking “selfies” at a side pool with two friends when a wave swept over the three dragging them out to sea. The two friends, assisted by an Australian tourist who swam after them, made it to safety, while Semeki disappeared beneath the waves.

Simeki’s family who flew to Bali have confirmed the identity of the New Zealander’s body


Bali Named the Best, Again
Trip Advisor Travellers’ Choice Award 2017 Names Bali the World’s Best Destination

TripAdvisor – the leading portal used by the public to evaluate travel destinations and products – has named Bali as the best destination in the world in its 2017 TripAdvisor's Travellers' Choice Awards.

Now in its ninth year, the Travellers' Choice Awards are based on algorithmic assessments that count the number of reviews and ratings logged by the public over a one-year period in combination with the number of Bali bookings made via TripAdvisor.

In the past, TripAdvisor’s selection of the “best destination” was based on urban areas, but islands were added to the possible winners in the 2017 awards.

TripAdvisors' 2017 Top 10 Destination
  1. Bali, Indonesia
  2. London, UK
  3. Paris, France
  4. Rome, Italy
  5. New York City, United States
  6. Crete, Greece
  7. Barcelona, Spain
  8. Siem Reap, Cambodia
  9. Prague, Czech Republic
  10. Phuket, Thailand
Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, Ida Bagus Agung Partha Adnyana, the Head of the Bali Branch of the Indonesian Tourism Association (GIPI) said, “This award belongs to the people of Bali that sees Bali named as the best destination in the world.”

Among the top 10 hotels in the world listed by TripAdvisor is the Mandapa, A Ritz Carlton Reserve in Ubud, Bali ranked at #2 after the Aria Hotel Budapest.


The Tip of the Tipping Iceberg?
Two Jembrana Regency Officials Apprehended for Accepting Illegal Payments at Gilimanuk Ferry Port

Two Jembrana Regency Officials have been arrested by special anti-corruption officers caught in the act of accepting bribes from travel industry transportation at Gilimanuk Ferry Crossing on Tuesday, March 21, 2017,

The State News Agency Antara reports that the two men who were assigned to collect vehicle fees as vehicles depart the Gilimanuk Terminal and enter onto Bali’s roadways. A member of the team that arrested the two men said that drivers leaving the ferry terminal and passing out of the terminal often complain of illegal fees demanded by Regency officials.

Police say that when the two men were apprehended police also found hundreds of thousands of Rupiahs in a pocket belt worn by one of the men together with a booklet of official receipts printed by the Regency.

The two officials, identified only with their initials IKT (56) and IBCW (22), were often reported to police by drivers from whom they demanded illegal payments.

When questioned by police, IBCW admitted that he did not give tickets to all the drivers who paid him money, resulting in the discovery of Rp. 214,000 in cash in his bag. Explaining his malfeasance, IBCW said: “The excess money received from drivers who didn’t get tickets is usually shared with other collectors. What he pay (to the Regency) is in accordance with the number of tickets handed out.”

The two men have been handed over to Regency officials for further legal and administrative disposition.


Counting the Cracks
Bali Officials Count the Damage from March 22, 2017 Earthquake

The Disaster Mitigation Agency for Bali (BPBD-Bali) continues to inventory the damage that occurred across the Province of Bali as the result of the 6.4 earthquake that shook the Island on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at 7:10 am.

The State News Agency Antara quotes the operational chief of BPBD-Bali, Dewa Indra, who ran through the list of earthquake-related damage connected to the event.

“The upper part of the 'candi bentar' (entrance gate) in the outer court of Pura Kehen in Bangli fell down with an estimated cost of the damage put at Rp. 10 million, with other damage reported at a sacred area within a temple in the Tembuku Region of Bangli,” said Indra.

Further damages caused by the earthquake include roofing tiles that fell from the library of Grade School Number 4 (SDN 4) at Antiga in the Manggis Region of Karangasem.

Several reports of falling roof tiles were also received from the Regency of Jembrana in the village of Dusun Yeh Embang.

An information officer from BPBD-Bali, Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, confirmed that there were several reports of minor damage received by the Mengwi region of Bandung Regency. Several ceiling panels at the Mengwi Number 3 Junior High School (SMP 3) fell during the earthquake.

A meeting hall of “Bale Banjar” in the village of Gunaksa in the Regency of Klungkung suffered minor damage during the earthquake.

BPBD continues to compile damage reports but confirms no serious injuries or loss of life have been linked to the event.

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Promising to be ‘Bigly’ Obedient
Billionaire Owner of Planned Donald Trump Development in Bali Promises to Respect Local Culture and Rules

The Straits Times reports that Hary Tanoesoedibjo, who heads the MNC Indonesian business group that will develop a massive golf, residential, golf and luxury resort at Tanah Lot in Bali, is issuing assurances that the rebuilt and expanded property will respect local Hindu culture and zoning restrictions.

Hary, the billionaire who heads the MNC Group, said the rebuilt and expanded resort will open in 2019 or 2020.

While detailed plans for the new Resort remain a closely guarded secret, it is understood that the plans for the project include an ultra-luxury hotel, private villas, and a championship golf course with management provided by Trump Hotel Collection – a division of the Trump Organization founded by U.S. President Donald J. Trump.

Bali has a maximum height restriction of 15 meters with the MNC Group insisting the tallest building will be only 3-storeys high.

MNC is also promising to honor local rules demanding respect and minimum setbacks from existing Hindu religious sites.

As part of the new development, the Pan Pacific Bali Nirwana Resort and Golf Course will close on July 31, 2017, for a minimum two-year refurbishment.

Denying reports in the press that residents surrounding the Resort site were resisting the development and refusing to sell their lands, Tanoesoedibjo said, "there's no issue with the residents."

MNC already controls a 110-hectare tract of land but is reported to be in the process of acquiring additional land to form part of the new development.

MNC is also cooperating with the Trump Organization in the management of a large property near Bogor, West Java.

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North-South Toll Road for Bali a Non-Starter?
Public Works Minister Discounts Need for a North-South Toll Road for Bali

Hopes in Bali for the construction of a toll road connecting the Kuta-Tanah Lot-Soka-Seririt-Jembrana corridor may have suffered a major setback following recent statements made by the Minister of Public Works and Public Housing, Basuki Hadimuljono, in Bali on Wednesday, March 22, 2017.

Beritadewata.com quotes Hadimuljono, referring to a major toll road built in West Java, saying: “We have learned from the Cipularang Toll Road. When it was still a national highway many small traders, souvenir sales shop, drink stalls and alike operated along the road. Their number – stretching along the entire road’s length, was not insignificant. But, once the Cipularang Toll Road opened all of these traders disappeared.”

Because of this, the Minister is asking for a detailed and comprehensive study to be conducted to determine the social impact of building a toll road. In the absence of such a study demonstrating the need for a toll road, Hadimuljono argues it is better to develop the existing highway, rather than acquire large tracts of land for a toll road that will take control of land away from people who will not benefit from the proposed toll road passing through their communities.

Despite the Minister’s statements made during a visit to Bali, the Head of Public Works for Bali, I Nyoman Astawa Riadi, insisted that opportunities remain open to potential investors wishing to build a highway to connect south and north Bali.

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To Reign Over Repast
The Laguna Welcomes Gunnar Kuchenbecker As Director Of Food & Beverage

The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua, Bali has appointed Gunnar Kuchenbecker as director of food & beverage.

Mr. Kuchenbecker’s appointment was effective November 1, 2016, but only recently announced by the Resort.

With more than 20 years of experience in the food and beverage industry, Gunnar is now overseeing the operation of three restaurants, two bars, in room dining service and banquet facilities at the resort.

Starting his career in the kitchen, a dedication and passion in pursuing culinary excellence have led Gunnar on a global, professional quest.

Intrigued by Asian cultures, in 2008 Gunnar started to expand his knowledge via assignments at 5-star hotels in Jakarta, YinChuan, Xi’an, Beijing and Hong Kong. Included among theses assignments was a stint as culinary director at W Hong Kong and Director of Cuisine at W Beijing Chang’an.

Prior to joining The Laguna, the Hamburg, Germany native was the director of culinary at Pullman Jakarta Bundaran HI.


Communicating Success in Nusa Dua
Rosalyn Sayswang Heads Marketing Communication at St. Regis Bali Resort and The Laguna Bali

Effective of March 6, 2017, The St. Regis Bali Resort and The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua, Bali – Complex appointed Rosalyn Sayswang as the director of marketing communications.

In her new role, Rosalyn will be responsible for the development and implementation of marketing and communication strategies for both resorts reporting directly to the director of sales & marketing – complex, Julie Jackson.

A Thai national with over 15 years of international experience in the hospitality industry, Rosalyn brings a broad knowledge in public relation and marketing to her assignment in Bali.

Before coming to Bali, Rosalyn joined The St. Regis in 2010 as pre-opening director, marketing communications of The St. Regis Bangkok. Prior to joining St. Regis, she worked with  well-known brands that included Grand Hyatt, Hyatt Regency, Atlantis The Palm, Dubai, One&Only Resorts as well as and luxury fashion brands - LVMH Fashion Group (Fendi and Céline).

Most recently, Rosalyn served as director of marketing of Caresse, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Bodrum in Turkey.

Rosalyn holds MSc Degree in Business Management from University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, majoring in marketing.


Bad Chemistry
Bali Police Set Up Network with Local Chemical Suppliers to Detect Suspicious Terrorist-Related Activities

Beritabali.com reports that the Bali Police Command has gathered the owners and operators of shops selling chemicals in Denpasar to prevent the misuse of materials that could be employed by radicals to make explosive devices.

The deputy director of Intelligence for the Bali Police, Dekananto Eko Purwono, said that 16 shop owners were summoned to police headquarters on Monday, March 20, 2017, to exchange ideas with law enforcement officials and create a channel of communication between shop owners and police whenever unusual purchases of potentially dangerous chemicals take place.

Purwono said: “So whenever there is a purchaser (of chemicals) who raises suspicions, that can be quickly reported to the police. We hope that people who sell chemicals will help police in anticipating terrorist activities.”

Police reminded the shop owners that the bombs used for the first and second Bali bombing were made from chemicals purchased from local chemical shops.

Shop owners are being asked to check and record the identity of people purchasing chemicals from their shops. Police are also insisting that all chemical shops be licensed in according with prevailing regulations.

During the 3-hour meeting at Police Headquarters, members of the Brimob Bomb Squad demonstrated how to deal with suspicious items and shared valuable knowledge on how to detect suspicious chemical purchases.


New Parking Tariff at Bali Airport Effective April 1, 2017
Effective April 1, 2017, the price to park vehicles at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport will increase.

It will cost more to park at Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport starting on April 1, 2017.

MetroBali.com
quotes the marketing manager at Angkasa Pura I (API)– the airport authority for Bali, Annang Setiabudi, who explained that the increase in parking fees applies to both four-wheeled and two-wheeled vehicle parking at the airport.

Said Setiabudi: “The new parking tariff is effective from April 1, 2017, at 1:00 am. We have begun socializing the new parking rates with the airport community, local taxis, ground handling operators and airlines starting from March 16, 2017.”

New Parking Rates at Bali Airport

Effective April 1, 2017, the following parking rates will apply at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport.
  • Motorcycles first 0-12 hours Rp. 2,000
  • Motorcycles after 12 hours Rp.1,000 per hour
  • Four-wheeled sedan vehicles first hour Rp. 4,000
  • Four-wheeled sedan vehicles Rp. 3,000 per additional hour
  • Trucks and buses first hour Rp. 10,000
  • Trucks and buses Rp. 5,000 per additional hour
Bali’s airport also operated a multi-level car park for sedans where the charge is Rp. 5,000 for the first hour and Rp.3,000 for each additional hour. The multi-level park lot enjoys close proximity to the terminal building. An automated systems signals if spaces are still available before cars enter the parking area.


Cheap Flights Between Bali and Tokyo
AirAsiaX to Fly Four Times a Week Between Bali and Tokyo Starting May 24, 2017

The Jakarta Globe reports that AirAsiaX Indonesia – the long-haul division of the low-cost carrier, will start operating direct non-stop flights between Bali and Tokyo on May 24, 2017.

AirAsiaX announced its new route following approval for the service being granted by the Indonesian and Japanese governments.

Dedy Kurniawan, CEO of AirAsiaX said on Tuesday, March 21, 2017: "We would like to thank both the Japanese and Indonesian ministries and all other relevant authorities for their support. The launching of this direct flight will contribute to the economies of both countries."

The new flight route will operate four times a week, flying on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday leaving from Denpasar's Ngurah Rai Airport at 11.00 p.m., arriving at Narita Airport in Tokyo at 7.10 a.m. Flights from Tokyo will return at 8.25 a.m. and land in Denpasar at 2.25 p.m.

The Airline will use Airbus A330-300 Airbus equipment configured for 337 passengers.

12 premium flatbed seats will be available on the new flight.


A Devil’s Island on an Island in Paradise
Bali Press Report Exposes Inhumane Conditions at Bali’s Kerobokan Prison

RadarBali.com has drawn attention to the inhumane manner in which prisoners are kept at Bali’s infamous Kerobokan Prison.

Occupying a 4.2-hectare site in the middle of a residential and mixed commercial area of Kuta, the prison is critically overcrowded with 1,412 prisoners living behind the prison’s wall.

Built in 1983 and designed to house only 323 inmates, the prison is now operating 337% beyond its planned capacity.

Due to overcrowding and the declining condition of the aging prison, prisoners sleep in head-to-toe positions, packed like sardines into cramped cells.

The warden of the Kerobokan Prison, Tonny Nainggolan, confirmed to RadarBali.com on Saturday, March 18, 2017, a prison population of 1,412 comprised of 145 female prisoners in a separate area designed to hold only 54 women. The remaining prison population is male.

Nainggolan also confirmed that prison cells measuring 6 x 8 meters meant to house only 5 prisons are now used to lock down 20 people each night. In practical terms, this means each prisoner has a space of 2.4 square meters to bed down at night in a room with minimum flow through of air and no plumbing facilities.

A former prisoner at Kerobokan, who asked that his name not be published, said: “Sleeping head to toe is a long-standing situation (at the prison). When a cell is full, that’s just the way it is.”

Overcrowding in the prison creates a number of other problems. Symptoms of psychological stress are rempant among prisoners. Moreover, each prison block has a self-appointed “boss” who tends to be long-term inmates with connections to criminal gangs (Ormas) operating outside and inside the prison.

Overcrowding and extortion by prison thugs play a part in a reportedly pervasive culture of narcotics use behind the Bali prison's walls. Prisoners – many sent to jail for their involvement in narcotics – tell of an ironic ready access to marijuana, methamphetamines, and ecstasy

The prison warden also shared the travails of limited toilet and bathing facilities at the prison. Badly maintained bathrooms are shared by large numbers of prisoners resulting in horrendous hygienic conditions.

Nainggolan also lamented the lack of guards working at the prison. At present, only 11 guards are on duty during each shift spread over four guard posts and a front gate. As a result, the remaining 5 guards have the seemingly impossible task of supervising must 1,412 prisoners in 12 cellblocks.

In the recent past, Kerobokan Prison has been the scene of prisoner uprisings and riots resulting in injuries and loss of lives by the prisoners.

The prison warden, while exasperated by his crowded penitentiary and limited resources, say all he can do is to carry on to the best of his team’s ability and pray that the Central Government and lawmakers will provide better prison conditions in the near future.

In 2012 the total prisoner population stood at 910 revealing the additional 100 prisoners to the total number of inmates living at the prison each year. With no absolute limit on the number of prisoners sent to the Kerobokan Prison, the populaiton could soon top 2,000.


How to Ruin a Beach Holiday
Candidasa Beach in East Bali Polluted by Styrofoam Debris from Floating Dock Project

Balipost.com reports that a floating dock erected at the village of Bugbug on Candidasa Beach in East Bali has been decimated by large waves on Thursday, March 23, 2017, spreading styrofoam debris along a large area of beachfront.

The unsightly and widespread styrofoam trash prompted protests from local residents and visiting tourists, many of who tried to clean up the beach.

Protests and complaints were also delivered to the local Secretary of the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI-Karangasem), Wayan Kariasa, who confirmed many accommodation operators had contacted him. “All guests are complaining. There are those who planned to stay for two weeks but checked out after seeing the dirty beach at Candidasa. The beach is a mess.This has to be quickly resolved,” said Kariasa.

Kariasa said the Central Government project to build floating docks and breakwaters 100 meters offshore in front of the Hotel Asyana. The PHRI Secretary said he had no idea of the function or use of the floating docks.

Kariasa called on those involved in the project to tow the floating structures to safety to prevent further damage to the beach.

Local residents blame the floating docks for polluting the beachfront and damage to local coral gardens then the docks collide with coral at low tide.

The Public Works Department has promised local tourism officials that they will urgently clean the beachfront.

Photo: Bali Post


 
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Bali Update #1070
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Bali Update #1067
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Bali Update #1066
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Bali Update #1065
January 30, 2017

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Bali Update #1062
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Bali Update #1061
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Bali Update #1059
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Bali Update #1056
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Bali Update #1053
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Bali Update #1052
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Bali Update #1051
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Bali Update #1050
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Bali Update #1021
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Bali Update #1014
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Bali Update #1013
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Bali Update #1009
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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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November 16, 2015

Bali Update #1001
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Bali Update #1000
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Bali Update #997
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Bali Update #995
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Bali Update #994
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Bali Update #986
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Bali Update #984
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Bali Update #980
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Bali Update #971
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Bali Update #969
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Bali Update #968
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Bali Update #966
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Bali Update #965
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Bali Update #964
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Bali Update #962
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Bali Update #961
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Bali Update #960
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Bali Update #956
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Bali Update #955
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Bali Update #953
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Bali Update #952
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Bali Update #929
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Bali Update #927
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Bali Update #926
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Bali Update #923
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March 30, 2014

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March 10, 2014

Bali Update #913
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Bali Update #912
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Bali Update #911
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January 13, 2014

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Bali Update #891
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Bali Update #890
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Bali Update #889
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Bali Update #887
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Bali Update #884
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Bali Update #882
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Bali Update #874
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Bali Update #870
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April 29, 2013

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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
February 25, 2013

Bali Update #859
February 18, 2013

Bali Update #858
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Bali Update #857
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Bali Update #856
January 28, 2013

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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