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BALI UPDATE #1026 - 2 May 2016


Follow the Money
Bali Corruption Watch and Anti-Corruption Agency Asked to Investigate Financing of Benoa Reclamation Project

A new chapter is opening in the ongoing debate over the reclamation of Benoa Bay. The Public Action Group Bali Corruption Watch (BCW) has joined the growing chorus of those calling for the mega-development driven by PT Tirta Wahana Bali Internasional (PT TWBI) that is owned by businessman Tomy Winata to be investigated.

BCW has called for plans to reclaim Benoa Bay to be revoked and that the National Anti-Corruption Agency (KPK) investigate allegations of corruption in how approvals for the PT TWBI were obtained.

As reported by, the chairman of BCW, Putu Wirata Dwikora, together with other elements of the Balinese community, have provided detailed arguments to the government on why the reclamation plans for Benoa Bay must be revoked.

Said Dwikora: "Because there is corruption in the plans to reclaim the Jakarta Bay, We also wand plans to reclaim Benoa Bay investigated by KPK. There was once a public statement by the investor (Tommy Winata) that Rp. 1 trillions has been spent on during the permit processing stage for the project. Because the project's construction has yet to commence, it is reasonable to suspect something is not right and ask that the matter be handed to the KPK."

A leading member of Balinese society, Gusti Ngurah Harta, has added that the expenditure of Rp. 1 trillion by Tomy Winata (on the Benoa Bay Project) needs to be investigated by law enforcement and the KPK.

"Where has this money gone? That is the big question in Bali? Siapa was paid this amount and for what purposes? Bribes? Corruption or what? Somebody familiar with the law can investigate this case," said Harta.

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It Might as Well be Printemps
Printemps Francais Comes to Bali May 7-June 10, 2016

The Jakarta Post reports that "Printemps Francais 2016" (French Spring 2016) - a touring French-Indonesian cultural festival will call on 10 cities in Indonesia, including Bali.

The Bali layover will take place May 7 to June 10, 2016 and will include musical concerts, Indo-Franco wayang performances, architectural exhibitions and cultural displays.

The Bentara Budaya Bali on the outskirts of Denpasar will host a collaborative performance between three Indonesian musicians and Doulce Mémoire performing "The Music form a Lost Land" on May 7th.

May 10th will feature a contemporary puppet performance by Les Rémouleurs in a presentation that incorporates helium-filled balloons controlled by puppeteers.

Other cities in Indonesia to be visited by "Printemps Francais 2016" are Jakarta, Balikpapan, Bandung, Makassar, Malang, Medan, Semarang, Surabaya and Yogyakarta.

All Creatures Great and Small
'Tumpek Kandang' Ceremony Blesses the Animals at The Bali Safari and Marine Park

On Saturday, April 30, 2016, in keeping with "Tumpek Kandang" - a day set aside on the Balinese calendar to honor all God's creatures great and small - the Bali Safari & Marine Park sought the Almighty's blessing on the hundreds of animals representing more than 60 species who make the 40-hectare Park their home.

The solemn ceremony, led by a Bali-Hindu priest (pemangku) from an adjacent village, was held at the Park's giant Ganesha Statue. Attending the prayers were also a large number of Park employees and animals that included a Sumatran Elephant, a pair of colorful macaus, an orangutan, a binturong and a large python.

The unusual ceremony generated great interest among the Park's many visitors who were encouraged to put on a traditional sarong and sash and join the Tumpek Kandang rituals. Always eager to share the rich nuances of Balinese culture, members of the Park's professional team explained the intricacies of the Island's traditions with the visitors. The recipient for five years running of the prestigious Tri Hita Karana Award presented by the Provincial Government for promoting and preserving Balinese Culture, rigorous observance of Bali's elaborate religious protocols is embraced by the Safari Park.

William Santoso, General Manager of the Bali Safari & Marine Park, said: "According to Hindu teachings, harmony between man, the animal kingdom and nature as a whole must always be maintained. Humanity must seek a harmonious coexistence with nature - including all the globe's flora and fauna. Bali Safari, as an agent for education and conservation, supports the appreciation and respect embodied in Bali's 'Tumpek Kandang' observances. In this way, we offer praise and thanks to the Creator for the continuing welfare of our animals."

The Tumpek Kandang ceremonies honors the supremacy of Ida Sang Hyang Widhi, Sang Hyang Siwa Pasupati - also known as Rare Angon, the spiritual shepherd of all wild and domesticated animals.

Tumpek Kandang is celebrated once every 6 months on the convergence of Sabtu Kliwon Wuku Uye on the Balinese Calendar.

It's My Party and I'll High if I Want To!
Singaporean Tourists Plans for a Birthday Party in Bali Put on Hold Until Further Notice Following Drug Arrest

The Jakarta Post report that plans by Singaporean Mohammad Noh Bin Abdul Salam to celebrate his 33rd birthday in Bali have been put on indefinite hold following his arrest at Bali's Ngurah Rai Airport on narcotics smuggling charges.

Salam, who works in the Island Republic's restaurant industry, had 10 ecstasy pills and LSD "blotting acid" in his baggage.

The Singaporean arrived in Bali off AirAsia AK 376 from Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday afternoon, April 26, 2016.

Custom's officials found the drugs after a drug detection dog led inspectors to the Singaporean's luggage.

Mohammad Salam reportedly admitted to police that he purchased the drugs in Malaysia and was bringing them to Bali for use at a Birthday party celebration.

Police are now trying to determine if the man is a narcotics user or is part of a commercial drug ring.

Salam could be charged under a section of the 2009 Narcotics Law carrying a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison in combination with a fine of Rp. 10 billion.

Bali Shark Attack
Rare Shark Attack off Bali's West Coats Sends American Surfer to the Hospital

A 26-year-old American tourist, Ryan Darwin Mlenar Boarman, has been medically evacuated to Singapore following a shark attack while surfing at Balian Beach, Tabanan, West Bali. reports that the American suffered the relatively rare attack by a shark at 7:30 am on Monday, April 25, 2016 while surfing a short distance from shore.

Boardman managed to make it to shore with severe wounds to his right arm where he was rushed to a hospital in Tabanan for surgery on Tuesday, April 26, 2016, before being transferred to a Hospital in Denpasar.

Unclear as to whether or not the man's U.S. insurers would pay the cost of his medical evacuation and treatment, a Gofundme page was set up on Boarman's behalf.

Because the incident happened near an estuary where the water was murky, the Boarman did not see the shark that attacked his arm. Doctors treating the American, however, said teeth marks consistent with a shark bite were evident at the site of the wounds.

Boarman was staying at a surf camp near the beach prior to the accident.

Rules Apply
Tourism Ministry Clarifies Use and Validity of 30-Day Free Visa on Arrival Available to Citizens of 168 Countries

The Deputy Minister for International Marketing at the Indonesian Tourism Ministry, I Gde Pitana, has issued a clarifying memorandum regarding the issuance and use of the 30-day visa on arrival available to the citizens of 168 countries (See Related Article).

As explained by Pitana, there are 124 entry points in Indonesia at which the free-visa can be issued, comprised of 29 airports, 88 seaports and seven border points.

In order to obtain a free-visa on arrival, a foreign visitor to Indonesia must:

  • Be a citizen of one of the 168 countries eligible for the visa-free facility.
  • Have at least 6-months remaining validity in their passport.
  • Be prepared to show a confirmed ticket for a flight exiting Indonesia
  • Not be listed on an immigration "black list" maintained by Indonesian immigration authorities.
The free visa that is non-extendable and issued for a maximum stay of 30-days is valid for the following classes of travel:
  • Tourism
  • Family visits
  • Social visits
  • Cultural and Art Visits
  • Government assignments
  • To attend or serve as a speaker at a seminar.
  • To attend an international exhibition
  • To attend a meeting with a branch office or business headquarters located in Indonesia.
  • As a transit point on a visit to another country.
According to the clarify memorandum, the following points should be noted:
  • The 30-day-free visa cannot be used for visits by working journalists.
  • The maximum period of stay is for 30-days from the date of arrivals in Indonesia. The 30-day-visa cannot be extended or converted into another class of visa.
  • There is no limit to the number of times that a 30-day free visa can be used in a single year.
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New Man in Charge at Holiday Inn Resort Bali Benoa
Holiday Inn Resort Bali Benoa Names Franck Rodriguez General Manager

Holiday Inn Resort Bali Benoa has appointed Franck Rodriguez as its new general manager.

With more than 18 years in hospitality, Rodriguez started his hotel career in London before accepting assignments in Southeast Asia and China where acquired extensive experience in resort and hotel management.

Past assignments have included a stint as Group Director of Operations for The Unique Collection Hotels & Resorts managing 27 hotels and resorts located in Thailand and Burma.

"My goal is really to bring, the already established Holiday Inn Resort Bali Benoa, to the next level, positioning it as a top market player in its category," said Rodriguez. "I want to set new a benchmark for the Holiday Inn Resort Bali Benoa, from the service, the attention to detail, the overall product and the strong family-eco-friendly concept," said Rodriquez.

Adding: "We want to be a place where customers keep coming back as a 'second home', genuinely welcomed back as family members. This mission is supported by the natural friendliness of the team and the integration of a stronger authentic Indonesian culture - food and beverage, spa and activities driven to highlight the best Bali has to offer throughout its products and services while offering Holiday Inn Resort's international hospitality standards.'

'My goal will be to establish Holiday Inn Resort Bali Benoa on the map, to become a preferred choice for international and local travelers for its quality, authenticity, outstanding customer services and value for money."

Staying High and Dry
Bali Conduct Successful Test of Shoreline Tsunami Warning System

The Disaster Mitigation Agency for Bali (BPBD) successfully tested the sirens on 9 tsunami-warning towers located at various locations along Bali's shoreline on Tuesday, April 26, 2016.

The test took place at 10:00 am on the 26th, the time and date when the warning sirens are tested every month. quoted Gede Jaya Serataberana, the chief of BPBD-Bali, saying: "The results of today's test was that all the sirens operated normally. Before the test at 9 separate points our officers made loudspeaker announcements the tsunami alarm system would be sounded in a test at 10:00 am. Our team working in the field observed that all 9 sirens operated in a normal fashion. The sirens were loud and could be heard at a distance of 3 kilometers."

While the Tsunami Warning Stations maintained by the Provincial Government of Bali are confirmed to be in good working order, serious questions were recently raised by a British Broadcast Corporation (BBC) report quoting the head of the Data and Public Relations for the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB), Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, who confirmed that all the Tsunami Early Warning Systems (TEWS) buoys owned by Indonesia and that would trigger the tsunami sirens are non-functioning.

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Extended Education
Bali Begawan Foundation Provides Educational Opportunities to School Children from Papua

The Begawan Foundation recently welcomed 150 fifth grade students form the Jayawijaya Education Foundation (YPJ) in Papua who, over the course of 8 visits to the Begawan Educational Center, get exposed to a number of aspects of Balinese culture and society.

While in Bali, the Papuan students undertook a Batik making course, learned Balinese dance and trekked through many corners of the Island.

At the Begawan Foundation they received an intensive environmental module as part  of their Bali educational experience.

Embracing the "Learning by Doing" approach to education, the first of a continuous series of Papuan arrived on April 11, 2016 in a program that ended on April 27, 2016. Each visit lasted 2.5 hours and involved the students working in small groups participating in interactive sessions with Begawan staff members.

Each visit began with a short introduction by the Foundation's veterinarian Deva who welcomed the students to the center and provided an outline on the Foundation's history, mission and current breed and release program for the Bali Starling. The students also watched a short video made by Begawan Foundation called "The Bali Starling: The Icon" in an outdoor theatre. The video depicted the Foundation's breed and release center and raised awareness of the threat of extinction facing the Bali Starling.

Following the introductory sessions, the students were divided into 4 groups and rotated through activity stations organized by staff members. Students were taken on a tour of the center and introduced to a number of critically endangered species, such as the lorikeets Eclectus, Wreathed Hornbill and an African Grey.

The students were also able to view the breeding cages and taught how to identify the male and female Bali Starlings by looking at the length of their crests. The male Bali Starlings have longer feathers on their head, which they fluff up when bobbing to impress a female.

The students also got up close and personal with the Foundation's male Wreathed Hornbill. The students learnt that the male hornbill is a very loyal bird dedicated to feeding his female mate while she sits on incubating eggs.

The Foundation's veterinarian, Deva, showed students how to differentiate between a human hair follicle and a bird feather when observed under a microscope. This prompted a discussion on the function played by feathers.

The Senior Bird Keeper, Ngurah, encouraged students to participate in the preparation of food for the Bali Starling. Students assisted by chopping fruits and then delivered food to the waiting birds.

Finally, the Foundation's Breed and Release Manager, Mehd, took the students around the center and visited the Green School where released Bali Starling have been seen building nests.

After holding discussions with the students, Mehd observed: "I was very pleased to know that they are fully aware that birds and especially parrots shouldn't be kept as pet any more. I asked if anybody had a pet bird at home back in Papua. Their answer was really pleasing to my ears. They said they used to have birds and they mentioned a few parrot species such as Sulphur-crested Cockatoos, Palm cockatoos, Black-capped Lories and one of them had even kept a Cassowary! But now none of them did have a bird at home because they are not supposed to have wild birds."

The sessions ended with the students gathering to record their experiences in personal journals.

Begawan Foundation Website

Rise and Shine in Good Health
E-Series 2, 4 and 8-Kilomter Healthy Run at Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Sunday, May 22, 2016

Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort 9th Quarterly E-Series Event will return on Sunday, May 22, 2016.

Returning this year are the many popular events that formed a part of the 2015 race that championed the theme "A Road to a Healthy and Fit Lifestyle." There are categories to suit all ages and abilities including a 2-kilometer, 4-kilometer and 8-kilometer run starting with a warm aerobic session.

The "After Run Program's Healthy Breakfast" will continue this year designed by the culinary team of Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali that includes a healthy variety of nutritious specialties such as smoothies, low fat muffins and fresh Super fruits, a Protein Corner and many more nutritional and tasty breakfast delights.

Starting in the early morning, the 2016 event on Sunday, May 22, 2016 within the beautiful surroundings of the Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort.

Guy Charles Owen, General Manager of Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort said he expect that everyone will be have fun while learning about being healthy and staying fit. After the morning exercise participants will be able to relax at one of four-tiered swimming pools and 52-meter water slide. "We do believe this is a great way to have fun, get fit and spend some quality time with your family and friends, and at the same time raise money for an importance cause that makes a difference, by helping our local Beraban Village's Children be safer on the road with proper helmets when riding with their parents. We look forward to seeing you all on the event" said Owen.

The morning begins on Sunday, May 22, 2016 with on-site registration at 6:00 a.m. with the race beginning at 7:00 a.m.

Cost of participation, that includes the post-race nutritional breakfast, is Rp. 300,000 for adults and Rp. 150,000 for children between the ages of 5 and 12 years.

To register or obtain more information call +62-(0)361-815900 or Email

Sink and Win!
Emirates Airlines Sponsors Hole in One Extravaganza at Bali National Golf Resort

Bali National Golf Resort has entered into a collaborative agreement with Emirates Airlines by a “Hole in One Competition” for Hole #17 - the most challenging and revered hole at the popular course.

“We are very excited to have such a world respected company as Emirates aligning itself with Bali National Golf Resort. Hole 17 with its island green is already challenging and now with this generous sponsorship, we believe the round will become even more interesting,” said Mark Holland, Manager of the Bali National Golf Resort.

For each quarter of 2016 and 2017, all players who achieve a Hole in One on hole #17 from that three month period will go into a draw for an air ticket to any Emirates destination in Europe,” said Holland.

Emirates is one of the leading supporters of major golf tournaments across the globe and is the Official Airline sponsor of 22 events worldwide. Emirates have committed their sponsorship to Bali National Golf Resort for the next two years.

Bali National Golf Course Website

Be an Idol!
Open Mike Amateur Night for Aspiring Singers with the Bali Community Choir at The Onion, Sanur, Bali on Tuesday, May 17, 2016

A fun night is promised for one an all at The Onion Restaurant on Jalan Cemara No. 20 in Sanur on Tuesday evening, May 17, 2016 when Bali’s first Open Mike Talent Night will be held in cooperation with the Bali Community Choir.

Admission is free to drinkers and diners starting from 7:00 pm for an evening of song presented by members of the Bali Community Choir, selected soloists and daring visitors and residents prepared to step up to an open mike and sing a song.

The Bali Community Choir is a group of Indonesian and Expatriate singers who meet each week to lift their voice in song. On Open Mike Amateur Night they will take to the stage at The Onion to sing a number of choral pieces interspersed with selected soloists drawn from the choir and audience.

If you would like to reserve a table for friends or contribute a song on the 17th of May please Email

Open Mike and Amateur Night
With the Bali Community Choir

Tuesday, May 17, 2016
7:00 pm until 9:00 pm

The Onion Restaurant
Jalan Cemara No, 20
Sanur, Bali

Admission Free to Diners and Drinkers

Carmen Miranda: Hey, Thatís my Hat!
Balinese Village Build 2.5-Meter High Tower of Fruit as Offering to Monkeys at Alas Kedaton

The traditional village of Kukuh, in the Marga District of Tabanan Regency in West Bali, marked Tumpek Kadang - a day dedicated to seeking God’s blessing on the Animal Kingdom by creating a sacred offering of a 2.5-meter high tower of fruit.

While gebongan offering towers (shown) are commonplace in Bali, one of 2.5-meters in height is very rare. As reported by, the giant mountain of colorful fruits was paraded around and through the Kedaton Monkey Forest. Made primarily of bananas, once the “essence” of the offering was presented to God, the hundreds of monkeys and flying foxes who make their home at the Forest consumed the gebongan.

The tradition head of Kukuk (Bendesa Adat Kukuh), I Gede Subawa, confirmed that this was the first time that a giant gebongan formed a part of the Tumpek Kadang rituals at Alas Kedaton.

Subawa said that beyond any religious role played by the gebongan, it also formed a supplemental feeding for the monkeys at Alas Kedaton. Local fruits predominated, using jambu, manggis, oranges, apples and bananas.

Looking to the future, Subawa said the offering would be monitored to see which fruits were most preferred by the monkeys at Alas Kedaton.

Before being paraded around the Monkey Forest it was first the objects of prayers and chants at the Dalem Kahayangan Kedaton Temple.

(Image form Berita Bali)

An Epitaph Written at Stones
Australian Teen Dies in Bali While Illegally Operating a Motorcycle

A 16-year-old Australian boy from New South Wales died on Thursday, April 28, 2016, when he crashed into a barrier in the basement parking lot of Stone’s Hotel (Marriott) in Kuta, Bali.

Lochie Connaughton, unlicensed and too young to drive a motorcycle in Indonesia, was wearing a helmet when discovered by security guards at about 10:00 pm lying on the parking area floor.

He was still conscious when transferred to a local hospital where he died a short time later.

The boy was on holiday with his family in Bali.

According to Sky News, the family returned home via Sydney on Saturday, April 30, 2016 on a flight accompanied by the teenager’s body.

Saving the World, One Island at a Time
Lembongan Island Says No to Plastic on Earth Day 2016

More than 80 elementary and high school students on Bali’s near neighbor of Nusa Lembongan have made a pledge to care for and protect their island’s environment, coral reefs and reduce plastic debris as part of Earth Day festivities held on Friday, April 22, 2016.

Joining the green spirit, Bali Hai Cruises together with the Bali Hai group has provided 2,000 reusable bags to be distributed to all Nusa Lembongan students and locals for everyday use.

T-shirts conveying the message of earth day were given to all children and school representatives. Which was: “Say no to plastic in Lembongan!”

Bali Hai general manager, Andrew Sutherland, describing his Company’s role in the event, said: “A multifaceted approach is the key to building a sustainable tourism model. Today we all realized what we can achieve when local industry, NGO’s, government and community all work together for the benefit of this amazing region. Crucially the school children involved could really see how important this all was for their island and their future”.

Demonstrating the success of the initiative, a student from a Nusa Lembongan grade school said: “We can help preserve our environment by throwing our waste away properly. We can also protect our environment by not using destructive fishing methods such as blast fishing or dynamite fishing.”

The students made a vow to care for their environment following a series of Earth Day fun-learning activities and presentations organized by the Coral Triangle Center, Bye Bye Plastic Bags and Bottle for Botol. The day was sponsored by Bali Hai Cruises, Bali Hai Diving Adventures, Hai Tide Beach Resort, Bali Hai Aquanauts and Hai Bar & Grill.

The focused learning activities included a beach cleanup, environmental talks on coral reefs and marine ecosystems, the importance of reducing plastic use, proper plastic waste management.

There were also presentations on how to minimize plastic debris such as using reusable non-plastic bags, reducing the demand for plastic bag packaging and how to reduce the consumption of single-use water bottles. A trash art competition and a theatrical performance on destructive fishing practices were part of the busy day.

Earth Day is a worldwide event held on April 22nd each year to gather public support and recognition of the need for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally and celebrated in more than 193 countries each year.

Nusa Lembongan’s local leaders also recognize the value of protecting the environment and reducing plastic debris to sustain the island’s economy, which is heavily dependent on tourism. “Today’s Earth Day activities aren’t just important but very important because plastic debris is the biggest issue Nusa Lembongan faces today”, said Lembongan village chief, I Ketut Gede Arjaya.

“Nusa Lembongan is a popular tourist destination and we want to make sure that the tourism continues; however, if we do not take care of our environment tourists will stop coming. We need to teach our communities about the damaging effects that plastic debris have on our terrestrial and oceanic environment. We also need to let them know that burning plastic is dangerous and not a solution,” Arjaya added.

Solemen Fun Day at Waterbom Park
Solemen Dispenses Smiles and Fun Memories to Some of Baliís Most Downtrodden

Solemen – a Bali-based non-profit organization working to alleviate suffering among Bali’s most disadvantaged citizens, recently brought a group of “Soulbuddies” from across the Island for a fun-filled day at the Island’s largest waterpark – Waterbom in Kuta.

The outing held in late March was part of Solemen’s monthly program that gathers those that benefit from the organization’s assistance for a day of fun and networking with members of the Island’s disabled community. A diverse group drawn from Denpasar, Klungkung, Sanur and Ubud brought their unique situation and struggles, ranging from cerebral palsy to down syndrome to a gathering that allowed them to temporarily forget their troubles and focus on fun and frivolity.

Dewi and Agus, two “Solebuddies” who suffer from harlequins ichthyosis - a severe genetic disorder resulting in the skin forming large, diamond-shaped plates that are separated by deep cracks (fissures), attended and refused to let their conditions or physical appearance hinder then from spending the day exploring the park and conquering even the biggest slides.

Dewita who has a condition called Becker’s Nevus that causes abnormal skin discoloration, abnormal hair growth, and thickening of the skin, spent the day with her brother and family and, although initially shy, she gradually interacted with the other kids and staff and was visibly enjoying herself.

Mang Wi, a Fun Day regular afflicted with Down Syndrome surprised all of the staff by overcoming her usual dislike for the water and spent the day swimming with staff and amusing all with her playful antics. Her joy was both contagious and inspiring, drawing smiles from Waterbom Park guests as she shouted with excitement when floating along the “lazy river” in a tube accompanied by a Solemen staff member.

Lukas who has cerebral palsy, overcame his physical challenges and conquered slides and explored the watery playgrounds with the help of Fey, a member of the Solemen Outreach Team who buddied up with him as they explored the park together.

The day’s note of sadness were fond memories of Solebuddy Resa, who passed away from Thalassemia a short time after attending the previous month’s Fun Day.

Solemen’s Fun Days are made possible only through the help and support of generous businesses and individual members of the community, such as Waterbom Park, Zappaz - who provided a delicious lunch and the Bali Dynasty who supplied towels.

Solemen Website

A Northern Approach to Bali
Governor to Issue Recommendation for Dwijendra International Airport in North Bali

Bali’s Governor Made Pastika is expected to soon issue a recommendation supporting a Canadian company seeking to build an airport in the North Bali regency of Buleleng.

As reported by NusaBali, Pastika said: “I have already received a detailed plan from Airport Kinesis Canada (AKC) which is the most serious proposal I have seen to date. They have conducted a long-term survey and are now awaiting supporting recommendations from the provincial government and the regency. These recommendations are one of the requirements needed by the Ministry of Transportation.”

AKC has completed a pre-feasibility study for the development of an airport at Kubutambahan in the Regency of Buleleng. With a supporting recommendation from the Province of Bali it is expected that AKC will undertake a more detailed plan for what would become Bali’s second international airport.

The Province of Bali is hopeful that the proposed Airport of the North could be funded by the private sector, as Central Government funding is no longer considered possible National priorities now focussed on development in Eastern Indonesia and border areas.

With estimates for developing the new airport put at Rp. 30 trillion, the Provincial Government of Bali views such a cost as outside the limits of Bali’s funding capabilities.

AKC has presented a plan for the airport – nominated to be called the Dwijendra International Airport – to be built on reclaimed land in an offshore location at Kubutambahan.

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Taking Out the Garbage
PT NOEI Fired From its Management Role at TPA Suwung Rubbish Dump

PT Navigat Organic Energy Indonesia (PT NOEI) has been give the boot and its contract to turn trash into electricity at Bali’s large garbage dump at Suwung (TPA Suwung) terminated by the Municipal Government of Denpasar.

As reported by Radar Bali a letter terminating PT NOEI’s role at TPA Suwung was delivered on April 13, 2016, a fact confirmed by the head of the rubbish tip, AA Gede Raka Wedana.

PT NOEI was fired for failure to deliver on its contacted obligation to manage the waste delivered to TPA Suwung and turn it into electrical power for the surrounding community.

An estimated 3,000 – 3,5000 cubic tons of waste is delivered to  TPA Suwung every day creating an eyesore mountain of rubbish now clearly visible to approaching aircraft and vehicle travelling on Bali’s New Mandara Tollway. In certain weather condition the stench of the dump permeates a large area of south Denpasar.

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Slapping a Roaming Wrist
Noa Pardue Gets Off with Rp. 250,000 Fine for Stealing a Pair of Underwear from an Ubud Shop

The 22-year-old American who was arrested by police in Ubud, Central Bali in the act of shoplifting a pair of boxer underwear from a local shop has receive a legal slap on the wrist from the District Court in Gianyar.

Noah Pardue who had been held by police for five day after being found hiding in a water tower on Friday, April 22, 2016, was fined Rp. 250,000 by the Court, an amount the American paid after a visit to an ATM machine located near the Court House.

Pardue also made restitution to the Art Shop Glam 69 in the amount of ten-times the value of the boxers priced at Rp. 200,000 and a public apology to the shop’s owner.

Ni Kadek Setiawati, the sales staff from the shop who attended the trial in Gianyar was quoted by Bali Post saying: “I am happy that Noah has not been sent to prison because he has already apologized and made restitution. What’s more, we now feel like best friends.”

The sales lady gave the thieving American a hug at the end of the court proceeding.

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Plays Latin, Our Satin Doll
Jazz Legend Nits Aartsen to Perform at Casa Luna Restaurant in Ubud, Bali Sunday, May 22, 2016

Describe as a “rising star” on Indonesia’s Jazz scene, Indonesian-born Nita Aartsen has been playing the piano since age five. Recognized as a prodigious talent at a young age, Nita traveled to the Moscow Conservatory to study Contemporary Jazz for three years before returning home to Indonesia in 1986 where she was quickly dubbed “State Pianist” – a post she held for more than 15 years.

As Indonesia’s “First Lady of the Keyboard” Nita Aartsen has performed before a number of heads of state including US President Bill Clinton and Prince Bernard of The Netherlands.

Over the years, she has performed, arranged and composed with the likes of Indonesian musical legends that include Erwin Gutawa, Dwiki Dharmawan, KLA Project, Indra Lesmana, Gilang Ramadhan, God Bless and Titi DJ - while maintaining a busy career as a music educator.

At ease on the performing stage in both Indonesia and abroad, Nita has made extended performing sojourns in Europe and at major international Jazz festivals. In recent times, she has played with Michael Paulo and Pauline Wilson at the annual Java Jazz Festival.

Adept in a range of milieus covering Classical, Jazz, and Latin, Nita has evolved her own unique sound and a large dedicated following of fans.

Fans of Nita Aartsen and jazz aficionados generally are in for a real treat on Sunday, May 22, 2016, when this gifted artists will perform a one-night-only offering of Latin Jazz at the Casa Luna Restaurant in Ubud, Central Bali.

An Evening of Jazz with
Nita Aartsen

Sunday, May 22, 2016 – 7:30 pm
Casa Luna Café – Ubud, Bali

Admission is Free.

Casa Luna Restaurant Website 

End of an Era in Bali-Australia Tourism
Garuda Orient Holiday Australia Closing

Garuda Orient Holidays, an Indonesian-owned travel arrangement company, is closing its operations in Australia.

The Company said the decision to close the company’s Sydney, Perth and Bali offices has been based on financial reasons.

The Company has been in operation for 35 years with its heydays ocurring in the 1980s and 1990s when the only way to access competitive air fares was by booking both hotel and air via a major travel wholesaler in Australia.

Beanca Daluz, General Manager, said that tough business conditions were to blame for the closure. This is due to the changing nature of the industry, which has made it difficult for travel companies to survive. Online Travel Agents have permanently altered the business model and more people are making their own arrangements online, forcing traditional travel arrangers redundant.

“We are working with employees during this difficult time to minimize the impact of the closure”, Daluz said. “We are attempting to find jobs for staff in other parts of the Garuda Indonesia Group".

Garuda Indonesia Airlines is not affected by the closure.

... And the Law Won
Amokrane Sabet (49) French Expat Wanted for Questioning Shot Dead in Altercation with Bali Police

Social Media and report that a 49-year old French-Algerian expatriate. Amokrane Sabet has been shot dead by Police on Monday, May 2, 2016, in a face down in which police reportedly tried to take the man into custody for questioning.

The object of much coverage in Facebook, Police had received complaints about the massively-built former professional fighter and movie actor who is alleged to have menaced local business in Berawa, near Kuta, refusing to bay bills at restaurants and bar.

Sabet maintained a Facebook page replete with confused and menacing messages proclaiming himself as Jesus Christ.

Police had summoned the man twice for questions, only to have their letters torn up and ignored.

A large compliment of police tracked the man down and in the ensuing altercation a policemen reportedly suffered fatal stab wounds before other officer shot Sabet dead.

Details on both Sabet and his arrest remain sketchy at this time. Pictures on Facebook show Sabet’s dead body lying on a roadside with a number of apparent gunshot wounds.

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