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BALI UPDATE #1077 - 24 April 2017

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Tragedy Narrowly Averted in North Bali
Bus with Group of Junior High Students Crashes near Bali’s Gitgit Waterfall

A bus carrying in a convoy carrying a group of junior high school students from East Java ran off the road and down a 4-meter embankment on the Denpasar-Singaraja road on Saturday night, April 15, 2017, resulting in a range of injuries to the 15 students from among the 57 students and teachers riding in the vehicle.

NusaBali reports that the mishap, which occurred on the 7-8 kilometer mark in Desa Gitgit, sent 15 students and teachers from SMK Bhakti Kediri, East Java to the Buleleng General Hospital in Singaraja.

The bus apparently suffered a brake failure while descending the steep and winding hillside as it passed the popular tourist spot of the Gitgit waterfall at 10:00 pm  while traveling to Singaraja.

The bus was part of a six-bus convoy of East Java students who arrived in Bali on Thursday, April 13, 2017, for an island study tour.

An eyewitness to the accident who was sitting at a roadside stand near the scene told police that the rear wheel of the bus emitted a large cloud of smoke for 200-meters before eventually running off the road. Before the accident, the bus appeared to be out of control and weaving from side to side.

Doctors in the Emergency Room of the Buleleng General Hospital confirmed that 15 passengers had sustained injuries, with two suffering broken bones requiring hospitalization. A 16-year-old boy Andini Dwi Andani sustained a broken thighbone while a 32-year-old teacher Ari Setiawan suffered a broken collarbone. 13 other students were treated for minor injuries and released.

The accident caused traffic disruptions until the bus could be towed away and the loss of water service for some 4,000 consumers in the area for one day due to damaged caused to a water main by the bus accident.


Making a Mountain into a Landfill
German Company Awaiting Formal Appointment to Manage Denpasar's Massive Rubbish Dump – TPA Suwung

Following the ouster of PT NOEI (Navigat Organic Energy Indonesia) for their multi-year failure to convert mountains of garbage into energy and manage Denpasar’s main garbage dump, the Province of Bali now reports that as many as 20 investors have expressed an interest in assuming management of TPA Suwung.

BaliPost.com reports that after a long selection process, one investor is now ready to take over the management of the nearly 20-meter high mountain of trash that pollutes the scenery and the atmosphere over a large tract of South Bali.

The head of the Provincial Environmental and Hygiene Department (DJHK), I Ketut Wisada, told the Denpasar House of Representatives (DPRD-Denpasar) on Monday, April 17, 2017, that a German investor has offered to manage TPA Suwung.

The still-unnamed German company reportedly differed from other candidate investors because it is not seeking the “tipping fee” wanted by other waste management companies.

Wisada confirmed that cooperation in the management of TPA Suwung with the German company would commence in the near future.

Controlling and processing growing mountain of trash has become a top priority for the Bali with an estimated 3,500 cubic meters of new trash added to the mountain of garbage each day.

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A Toke Too Far from Home
German Tourist Arrested with Small Quantity of Marijuana at Bali’s Airpo

Customs officials at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport working with members of the Anti-Narcotics Agency (BNNP) captured a 30-year-old German national identified only by the initials PMS on Saturday, April 15, 2017.

PMS, who lists his work as a marketer, arrived from Taiwan on China Airlines CI 771 at around 3:30 pm with 1.53 grams of marijuana in his position.

Officials searched the man after a trained narcotics detection dig indicated interest in the airline passenger.

BaliPost.com said a close inspection of the German’s waist bag uncovered a packet containing the small amount of marijuana wrapped in aluminum foil.



Beirut by the Bottle
A Lebanese Affair with Château Musar at The St. Regis Bali Resort, Friday, April 28, 2017

The coveted Lebanese leading wine estate, Château Musar will be showcasing their most exclusive vintages at Kayuputi, The St. Regis Bali Resort.

On Friday, April 28, 2017, an evening of gastronomic excellence will commence with cocktails and canapés and continue with a six-course degustation menu especially hand-crafted by Kayuputi Chef de Cuisine, Ketut Gunatika under the guidance of Executive Chef, Agung Gede.

The six astounding dishes include amuse-bouche of Iberico ham with Strawberry gazpacho sorbet, a coriander-soyu cured Tasmanian salmon trout, Canadian lobster pancake, Pan seared Japanese marinated duck breast, Char-grilled milk fed lamb chop, and Araguani Valrhona chocolate roll.

Flawlessly accompanying this refined culinary journey, a total of six extraordinary wines from Château Musar, including Musar Jeune Red, Musar Jeune White and Château Musar Red will be curated by Kayuputi’s multi-awarded Chief Sommelier, Harald Wiesmann.

Château Musar is a family-owned wine producer in Lebanon, founded in 1930 by Gasto Hochar who studied enology at the prestigious University of Bordeaux.

Of French ancestry, the Hochar families arrived in Lebanon in the 12th century, ‘Preux Chevaliers’ and have remained there ever since. The wines of Château Musar are unique expressions from a country with an ancient winemaking culture, as vines have been cultivated from Lebanon’s high altitude Bekaa Valley for over 6,000 years.

Every wine of Château Musar is produced naturally with a ‘non-interventionist’ winemaking philosophy and the winery was the first in Lebanon to implement organically certified viticulture. Château Musar is without a doubt the top wine estate in Lebanon, that stares war and adversity in the face and powers through to ensure superb quality wine is produced.

The exceptional evening will be expertly co-hosted by the distinguished winery representative and 3rd generation owner of the Estate, Ralph Hochar.

A six-course degustation menu with wine pairing is priced at Rp. 1,800,000 net per person.

The event will begin with aperitifs and canapés at the Kayuputi Bar from 7 PM before dinner  at 7.30 PM at Kayuputi Mezzanine.

rvations please contact Kayuputi by dialing +62-(0)3613006786
or Email.


Run Way Imagination
Sneak Preview of Bali’s New Airport of the North at Kubutambahan



It’s the Only Earth We Have
Earth Day 2017 Dedicated to Education at Bali Safari & Marine Park

“Earth Day” – the day dedicated each year to protecting and preserving planet earth – was celebrated at the Bali Safari and Marine Park, as in years past, by inviting children from orphanages across the Island to participate in a range of activities led by members of the Park’s Education Team intended to instill a sense of care and concern for the natural environment.

The children, spending a fun-filled day at the 40-hectare park that is home to more than 60 species, were challenged during their visit to create attractive handicrafts made from recycled materials and invited to watch a demonstration by the Safari Ranger Team creating paper made from “recycled” elephant dung. During the tour, the children learned of the many “green initiatives” underway at the Bali Safari & Marine Park obtaining, along the way, a greater appreciation for Mother Earth and the delicate eco-system in which we all live.

The “Green Safari” undertaken by the large group of young guests represents just one of many commitments by the Bali Safari & Marine Park that helps to educate the public on what can be done to support and popularize campaigns for environmental sustainability. Committed to serving both the local and world community, the Park seeks to promote the mantra of “reducing, recycling and reusing” in order to limit the volume of trash despoiling the environment.

Before leaving the Park, the children made a stop at the “pledge tree” to write down and hang on its branches a personal promise to the planet for a greener tomorrow.

The Operational Manager of the Bali Safari & Marine Park, Ketut Suardana, commented that the activities hosted by the Educational Team for the visiting children increases environmental awareness in keeping with the Park’s mission statement of “A Green Safari is a Cleaner Bali.” Adding: “The celebration of Earth Day is important and deserves everyone’s support. We all have an obligation to participate in efforts to safeguard our only home – the planet earth. We hope that initiatives such as these can make a meaningful contribution to the natural environment of Bali. We remain active participants in creating a ‘Green Living’ culture – a beautiful and sustainable society that can be enjoyed for generations to come.”

“Earth Day” is recognized at the Bali Safari & Marine Park and around the globe every April 22nd as a day to recommit our support to protect and preserve the environment. “Earth Day” was first celebrated in 1970 and is today managed on a global basis by the Earth Day Network that coordinates activities in more than 192 countries.


A Pungent Peak
Lake Batur at Kintamani Now Plagued by Unexplained Stench

Amidst recent reports of rising water levels and water quality unfit for consumption, NusaBali reports that that foul aromas are now rising from the once pristine volcanic lake and accompanying reports of mosquito infestations are prompting calls from local resident from the residents of Trunyan for decisive action by the Bangli Regency Health Department.

NusaBali reports that during the second week of April 2017 the foul smell of the lake was noted by the residents of Trunyan, an ancient Bali Aga Village, that is ironically renowned for the unique cultural practice of leaving their dead in the open to decompose.

The smell permeating the Village is not, however, caused by decomposing bodies in the nearby cemetery, leaving villages confused as to the true source of the malodorous atmosphere.

A village chief at Trunyan, I Wayan Arjanan, told the press that officials came to the village to investigate the complaint of bad smells on Wednesday. April 19, 2017.

Meanwhile, members of the Bangli Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPPD) are offering to assist the resident of Trunyan to seek a new living locale to escape the encroaching waters of Lake Batur that are submerging their homes.

42 homes have been submerged to a lesser or greater extent by the rising waters. 

Rising lake waters are a frequent occurrence on the volcanic lake, with similar incidents recorded in 2003, 2014, and 2017.

The most recent occurrence has the additional complications of reports of unfit drinking water and foul aromas emanating from the lake.

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When the Spirit Moves You
Traditional Dance Performance in Marga, West Bali Turns Bloody when Audience Runs Amuck in Frenzied Trance

I Putu Nadiasa, a 41-year-old man from Banjar Tegal Jadi, Marga, Tabanan, suffered a stab wound during a staging of the sacred Calonarang trance dance staged at a local temple – Pura Dalem in the early hours of Sunday, April 16, 2017.

The Calonarang story dates from at least the 12th century with the main role played  a wicked witch who possesses black magic powers who wreaks natural disaster and plague on a village.. The lead character assumes the fierce countenance of the demonic Rangda – a character in Indonesian mythology who epitomizes all that is dreaded and feared in Balinese mythology. A traditional component of a Calonarang performance in which men descend with short swords and attack the evil witch before turning the swords on themselves.

Sword-wielding men, many leaping forth from the audience, are consumed in a frenzied trance. Generally impervious to injury, the men will aim pointed swords at there own chest bending the blades as they unsuccessfully try to stab themselves.

During the dance-drama performance in Marga, Nadiasa ran amuck among the dancers, attacking Rangda and then turning his sword on himself. In the process, the man suffered a serious self-inflicted stab wound to his abdomen requiring urgent treatment at a Tabanan Hospital.

Beritabali.com reports that the dance-drama presentation of Calonarang was part of a anniversary celebration (piodalan) at Pura Dalem Tegal Sari.
Eyewitnesses say the dance began at 30-minutes after midnight on Sunday, April 16th and when Rangda appeared on the stage, many in the audience were possessed (kesurapan) and took to the stage with swords as they attacked each other and eventually on themselves.

Bleeding from the stomach, Nadiasa was rushed to the nearest hospital for an operation to treat a 2-centimeter stab wound. Doctors say the wound did not involve any vital internal organ.

NusaBali reports that a village elder, Suwela, says the bloody incident at the Calonarang performance was somehow portended with the appearance of two intertwined snakes on the north side of the stage just before the dance began.

The snakes were quickly placed in a basket and released in a field just to the east of the temple. Suwela postulates that the discovery of the snake was an omen of the bloody scene that followed.

Fortunately, Nadiasa is said to be making a good recovery from his wound.


Contraband – Smashed and Burned
Contraband – Smashed and Burned by Bali Customs Office

The Customs office at Bali’s Airport has destroyed some 468 confiscated items with an estimated value of Rp. 293.5 million.

The items, confiscated by customs officials at the Airport during 2016, were destroyed by fire, cutting, crushing and other methods in ceremony held in a parking area outside their offices.

Beritabali.com quotes a Custom’s officials, Budi Harjanto, who said the items destroyed was comprised of items prohibited from entering Indonesia and other confiscated items that have been stored for an extended period awaiting their owners to complete the formal importation procedures.

Among the items destroyed were 16 packets of medical items, 37 pieces of electronic equipment, clothing and fashion accessories, printed material, animal horns, leather goods, weapons, marital and sexual aids, pornographic material, spare parts, tobacco products, alcoholic beverages and other items.


Keeping a Closer Eye of Foreign Visitors
Denpasar Cracking Down on Foreigners Not Following the Immigration and Manpower Regulations

The Agency for National Unity and Politics (Kebangpol) of the Denpasar Municipal Government is creating a data-based survey of foreign nationals living in Bali’s capital.

Bisnis Bali says the man in charge of handling conflicts within the community for Denpasar, (Kabid Penanganan Konflik), I Gusti Ngurah Gde Arisudana, confirmed the process of obtaining data was underway in South Denpasar and East Denpasar.

Arisudana told the press that many foreigners living in Denpasar are not following current government regulations. To correct the situation, teams comprised of representatives from immigration, the police, public records, manpower and public affairs are participating in the survey and enforcement process.

The process is underway with the initial step of asking community chief (lurah) to provide lists of foreigners living in their community that can be subsequently checked and verified against.


Telling Bali You’re the Best
TripAdvisor Travels to Bali to Bestow ‘Best Destination’ Award on the Island

TripAdvisor formally bestowed its “best destination” award held at a ceremony at The Seminyak Beach Resort and Spa in Bali on Thursday, April 20, 2017.

Based on searches, bookings and inquiries worldwide by TripAdvisor users, Bali was selected as the most popular holiday destination in results announced in March 2017 by the online travel community.

Sarah Matthews, head of destination marketing for TripAdvisor in the Asia-Pacific traveled to Bali to present the Provincial Government with an official certificate. Receiving the recognition on behalf of the Governor of Bali was Dewa Putra Sunarta, an assistant to Governor Pastika in economic and development affairs.

The winners in a range of categories in the TrpAdvisor 2017 Travelers’ Choice Awards were based on algorithms derived from reviews and ratings for hotels, restaurants, attractions and booking requests during the entire period of 2016.

The Deputy in charger of international marketing development from the Ministry of Tourism, I Gde Pitana, told the State News Agency Antara that the award from TripAdvisor will assist Indonesia in achieving its goal of 20 million foreign tourist visitors by 2019.

“This award will, at the very least, be very useful in terms of credibility, self-confidence and calibration (of the destination),” said Pitana quoting a written statement by the Minster of Tourism Arief Yahya.

TripAdvisor users from China, the Netherlands and India were the most frequent users of online site.

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Kartini Hangs Ten
Female Surfers in Bali Celebrate Kartini Day by Wearing Sarong Kebayas

To welcome the celebration of the birth date of the Indonesian female emancipation fighter, R.A. Kartini, a number of female surfers wearing the traditional sarong kebaya took to Kuta Beach on Thursday, April 20, 2017.

Kartini (1979-1904) lived in Central Java where she taught female scholars and worked on behalf of female access to educational opportunities. The daughter of an aristocratic family, her published letters are venerated today as a prelude to the battle for national independence and female equality.

The unusual site of lady surfers sporting traditional dress drew large crowds of visiting tourist eager to record the event with their cameras.

As reported by Metrobali.com, the surfers seem unimpeded by their sarongs and form-fitting kebayas in performing proficiently riding surfboards through the waves.

One of the female surfers, Aninun Nikmah, said that while the mode of dress limited movement, it was still fun to participate in the sport wearing traditional dress.

Participants sought to draw attention to surfing, a pastime dominated by male surfers, as a sport suitable for female participants.

This was the seventh year that Kartini Day was marked by women surfing while wearing sarong kebaya.

Image: OKZone


Fugitive Criminal Seeking an Escape
Chinese Criminal Attempts Suicide While Awaiting Extradition to China

A Mainland Chinese national apprehended at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport on Wednesday, April 19, 2017, on the basis of a “red notice” issued by INTERPOL, is reported by Bertiabali.com and the State News Agency Antara to have attempted to commit suicide after being placed in police custody.

Chen Liang (34), reportedly sought in China on fraud charges, was taken into custody by the Bali police awaiting extradition.

The man’s arrest and continuing incarceration at the request of the Chinese Government and INTERPOLwas confirmed by Provincial Police spokesperson, Hengki Wijaya.

Shortly after being seized by immigration authorities, Chen Liang attempted to cut his wrist using fragments of a plastic chair he had demolished moments before.

The fugitive was taken to the BIMC Hospital in Nusa Dua where his wound was treated on an outpatient basis.

RadarBali.com confirm that Chen Liang was deported back to China on Sunday, April 23, 2017, leaving on China Eastern Airlines bound for Beijing accompanied by three police officers from the People’s Republic of China.


For Your Bali Shopping List
5 Things to Buy During a Bali Holiday

The leading Indonesian daily newspaper, Kompas, has compiled a “must do list” of recommended purchases for visitors to indulge in during a visit to the Island of Bali.

Too good not to share, here’s items to add to your list for your next trip to Bali:

1. Kacang Disco

‘Kacang Disco” or “Disco Peanuts” are a form of peanut that many domestic and international tourists have brought back home from Bali to share with family and friends. In truth, the peanut itself is pretty prosaic, but the spiced flour in which it is fried makes all the difference. All tastes are catered for with variants available in sweet, hot and sweet, BBQ and prawn flavored peanuts for sale at locations across the Island.

2. Kintamani Kopi (Kintamani Coffee)

Coffee grown in the vicinity of the 1,717-meter volcanic Mount Batur volcano is world renowned for its distinctive quality and rich aroma. Some insist that Kintamani Coffee has a flavor with hints of oranges attributed to the close proximity in which coffee and oranges are cultivated in this hilly cool habitat.

The Arabica coffee beans produced in Kintamani have a low level of acidity and a strong aroma.

Kintamani coffee is cultivated using organic methods and permaculture. A 26-hour period of fermentation is applied after picking and is then sun-dried before the roasting process.

3. Bali Batik

Indonesia has a number of areas famous for its batik production that include Pekalongan, Solo, Yogyakarta and the Island of Bali.

Using a method that originated in India centuries ago, batik is produced through a painstaking cycle after cycle of dying cloth with successive applications of wax that control the dye’s permeation of the textile.

Presented in shops found primarily in Denpasar and Gianyar are styles of batik that are distinctive to the Island including merak abyorhokokai, singa barong, ulamsari mas and jagatan pisang.

4. Pia Legong – a Traditional Balinese Pastry

As the successor to the traditional Balinese pastry treat of Pie Susu – small circular pastries made from flour, margarine, refined sugar and egg yolks -  a new generation of popular pastries specific to Bali have emerged called Pia Legong.

Underlining its culinary origin, these delicious pastries have adopted the name of the “Legong” – a traditional Balinese dance of welcome. The Pia Legong come in a variety of flavors and styles that include: Pie Kacang Hijau (Mung Bean pie), Pie Keju (Cheese Pie), and Pie Coklat (Chocolate Pie).

A box of 8 will set you back Rp. 90,000 and can be picked up in a large number of shops including one near the entrance to the airport at Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai, Ruko Kuta Megah 15 in Kuta.

5. Salak Bali

Salak or “Snake Fruit” are grown in Java, Sumatra, Lombok, West Timor, Malaysia, Maluku, Sulawesi and Bali.

Salak (Salacca zalacca) is grown on a short-stemmed palms sporting petioles of up to 2-meters long and deadly-sharp spines of 15-centimeres. The salak fruit grows in clusters at the base of the palm with each fruit about the size of a fig covered in a brown scaly skin that contain three white lobes resembling large garlic lobes, each containing a hard brown seed.

The salak fruits of Bali (Salak Bali) have a distinctive moist, crunchiness making them a favorite “take away” for visitors to Bali

One of the main cultivation areas for the Salak in Bali is the Village of Sibetan in Karangasem, East Bali. Visitors to the area can see the salak in cultivation and sample the fruit or sip a glass of Salak Wine. Those who have forgotten to try a Salak during the visit will find vendors of this delicious fruits in areas surrounding Bali’s airport or in the airport itself.

The current price for a kilogram of Salaks at local markets is around Rp. 80,000.


Bali: Just Too Many Rooms
GIPI Official Says Continuing Oversupply of Rooms Reduces Average Occupancy at Bali Hotels to 35%

A member of the management board of the Bali Tourism Industry Association (GIPI-Bali), Bagus Sudibya, told Bisnis Bali that the number of hotel rooms for sale in Bali is far outstripping the number of tourism arrivals.

This oversupply of hotel rooms has resulted in low occupancies, says Sudibya.

The GIPI-Bali official explained that Bali has an estimated supply of 125,000 rooms. Continuing, he extrapolated that if this total is multiplied by 365 days, Bali has a resulting annual inventory of 45.625 million room nights. With Bali currently achieving around 10 million domestic and international visitors staying 2 to a room for an average 3.2 nights, then only 16 million room nights are consumed in a single year.

This sizeable gap between the available inventory of rooms on sale and visitor room night is made even direr if villas and informal accommodation room inventories are included in the calculations.

But even without considering rooms not included in the inventory count, Sudibya says an economically non-viable average occupancy of around 35% results from the growing state of over-supply.

Sudibya described the current room supply situation as “critical” (parah).

Despite a lack of visitors to fill Bali's huge array of hotels, licenses continue to be issued the regencies for new hotels with a number of new hotel projects are now under construction.

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Statuary Reef
Underwater Monument Garden Erected at Tejakula, North Bali

Nine statues were placed at the bottom of the ocean in the waters off Bondalem Village at Tejakula, North Bali on Saturday, April 22, 2017.

RadarBali.com said the placement of the statuary was done to enhance the area’s attractiveness to recreational divers.

The installation was timed to coincide with the international celebration of “Earth Day.

Tens of divers representing numerous companies and organization worked on a volunteer basis to lower the statues that, in addition to forming a new underwater tourism attraction, will also serve as a platform for the growth of new coral formations needed to encourage more fish to frequent the area.

Of the nine statues installed, 8 represented musicians in a traditional Balinese gamelan orchestra encircling another statue of a Balinese dancer. Each statue, weighing an estimated 250 kilograms, required great skill and coordination by the joint installation team placing them in their new underwater home.

All the statues were constructed under the guidance of a village conservation group and made from cemente of neutral-acidity in order to encourage coral growth.

The location of the statues is at a depth of 7-mteres in a location around 60-meters north of the shoreline of Sasahan Beach in the Village of Bondalem.


What? Fore!
Yak Magazine Golf Community Cup – Saturday, April 29, 2017

The Bali National Golf Resort will be home to the 2017 Yak Magazine Golf Community Cup on Saturday, April 29, 2017.

Format for the day of golf is:
  • Minimum four players per community, but no maximum.
  • Community team with the highest average Stableford score will be declared the winner.
Among the prizes are a Helicopter-golf package, Oakley Eyewear, Rip Curl products, Atlas Jewelry, hotel and villa Stays, restaurant Vouchers, Deus T-shirts and more.

Cost of participation is Rp. 1.3 million and covers green fees, buggy rental and caddy, lavish on-course food and beverage, and awards-ceremony dinnerr.

Non-golfer participation at the awards dinner Rp. 300,000.

Registration from 10:30 am with shotgun start is at 1:00 pm.

Registration by Email or by telephoning ++62-(0)361-771791,


Strong Start for Foreign Arrival Figures for 2017
Bali by the Numbers Foreign Tourist Arrivals to Bali Up 25.95% for January-February 2017. Mainland Chinese Visitors Take a Commanding Lead in Bali Tourism.

The Statistics Office for the Province of Bali reports that tourism arrivals for the month of February 2017 totaled 453,985 comprised of 447,762 arriving by air and the remaining 6,233 by sea.

On a month-on-month basis, arrivals in February 2017 increased 20.82% as compared to the same month one year before.

Total Tourist arrivals from all foreign sources for January-February 2017, hit 914,809 increasing 25.95% over the same period the previous year.

If Bali sustains this rate through the end of 2017 total foreign tourist arrivals will hit 6.175 million by year’s end.

Arrivals from Major Markets

Mainland Chinese: For the first two months of 2017, Mainland Chinese tourists totaled 295,859 representing an increase of 54.63% over the same period the previous year. Demonstrating the success of government efforts to woo Chinese travelers, Mainland Chinese travelers have surged to the top ranking among foreign tourists and now represent a 32.34% market share of all foreign tourist arrivals.

Australian: Once the leading source of foreign tourist visitors, Australia now holds 2nd place, Australian visitors increased year-on-year 16.21% during the first two months of 2016, the resulting total of 181,573 Australian visitors constitute a 19.55% market share.

Indian: Indian tourists have displaced Japan from the number three post, achieving 34,906 arrivals for January-February 2017. That number is 33.12% more Indian tourists that came to Bali in the same two-month period in 2016.

Japanese: Japanese Travelers have slipped into fourth ranking among Bali tourist visitors totaling 34,240 for January-February 2017. Of concern, the fact that Japanese travelers declined 13.48 percent when compared to the first two months of 2016.

U.S. Citizens: Visitors from the United States increased 20.64% over the first two months of 2017, totaling 29,146. This could improve further if Garuda Indonesia goes ahead with plans to commence the USA to Bali service by mid-year 2017.

Also included in the top 10 sources of foreign visitors to Bali for January-February 2017 were:
  • South Korea – Up 5.73% at 29,081
  • U.K. – Up 4.29% at 28,376
  • Russia – Up.94.12% at 24,548
  • Malaysia – Down 4.00% at 24,241
  • Taiwan – Up 17.46% at 23,902

Length of Stay

The Length of stay recorded at starred hotels in Bali for all guests during the month of January was 2.88 days and 3,09 days for February.


Swinging for Charities
World Cup Charity Golf Tournament at New Kuta Golf Club Saturday, May 20, 2017

Join a World Amateur Golfers Championship (WAGC) event and give back to the community by joining the World Cup Charity Golf Tournament at the New Kuta Golf Course on Saturday, May 20, 2017.

The tournament has shotgun starts at 6:30 am and 12:30 pm with a Gala Dinner the same evening from 6:00 pm onwards.

Refreshments and free-flow beer will be available throughout the day’s play.

Tournament play will be on a 4-member team basis with individual players place into open slots on available teams.

Lavish grand prizes and hole-in-one awards range from cash., hotel suite stays and overseas golf packages, vehicles, golf buggies, mattresses and luxury scooters.

Participation Costs

To join the tournament members will pay RP. 1.1 million with guests paying Rp. 1.8 million.

Pay Rp. 275,000 to join the gala post tournament dinner without joining the actual tournament.

Participation fee covers green fees, cart fees, charity contribution, light breakfast, gala dinner, souvenirs, trophies, and lucky draws.

For reservations Email or telephone ++62-(0)361-8481 333 or SMS/WA to ++62-(0)811 381 3333.


Qatar Airways Three Times a Day to Bali
Qatar Airways Launching Third Daily Direct Service Between Doha and Bali

Qatar Airways has announced that flights operating between Doha and Bali will be increased to three times a day commencing May 7, 2017.

The direct flight will be flown with a Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The aircraft is configured to carry 254 passengers with 22 seats in Business Class.

When Qatar initially commenced service to Bali, flights from Doha included an intermediate stop in Singapore or Kuala Lumpur. But now, changes in the Airline's fleet and public demand means all three daily flights are operated on a direct basis to and from Doha.

The CEO of Qatar Airways, Akbar al-Baker said: “The start of triple-daily non-stop services from Doha to Bali Denpasar offers passengers from our global network even greater access to this popular leisure destination with smooth international transfers and a variety of times to suit their own schedules. We are delighted to confirm that the Boeing 787 Dreamliner will operate the third frequency on this route, offering the very latest in design and comfort to passengers, complemented by our other wide-body aircraft, the Boeing 777 and Airbus A330.”

The route is currently operated by Boeing 777 and Airbus A330 wide-body aircraft on its existing double-daily offering.


Territorial Dispute
Three Online Taxi Drivers Beaten at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport

One again, drivers operating online transportation services in Bali have become the victims of violence, apparently inflicted on them by conventional taxi operators.

Metrobali.com reports that three online taxi drivers were beaten in the “G” section of the Ngurah Rai Airport Parking complex on Saturday, April 22, 2017, at 00:10 am.

The three online transport drivers suffering injuries have been identified as Ipung (27), Miftahul Arifin (19) and Muhammad Zainudin alias Jay (28). As the result of the attack, the three men suffered bruises and abrasions.

Passengers who ordered a taxi online was reportedly forced out of Mihtahul and Jay's vehicles before the attack was launched on the drivers. Ipung became involved in the fight when he tried to come to the two other drivers’ assistance.

Ipung told police that the attack was undertaken by 7 men who beat and kicked the three drivers, threatening to stab the men if they resisted.

Meanwhile, the chairman of the Bali Online Taxi Association (PTOB), I Wayan Suara, (shown) expressed thanks to the security service at the airport that intervened to protect the 3 members of his association. “We believe that attack involved more than five men from three taxi cooperatives, namely: Trans Tuban, Lohjinawi and Sapta Pesona,” he said

Suata said the three Cooperatives claim they have a monopoly on transportation services at the Airport.

Police have taken into custody three men involved in the attack.

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