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BALI UPDATE #1039 - 01 August 2016

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The Toast of Bali
St. Regis Baliís Kayuputi and Lagunaís Arwana Cited by Wine Spectator Magazine

Wine Spectator Magazine has once again cited the Kayuputi Restaurant at The St. Regis Resort with a “Best of Award of Excellence” for the sixth consecutive year.

First awarded in 2011, Kayuputi's award was the first of its kind given to a restaurant in Indonesia. The award also celebrates Kayuputi’s Chief Sommelier Harald Wiesmann’s singular commitment to continually bringing a world-class wine experience into the small island of Bali since the restaurant first opened in 2009.

Just down the beach at Nusa Dua and also managed by Starwood Hotels is the Arwana Restaurant at The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Restaurant & Spa that was also recognized by Wine Spectator Magazine in its list of establishments with outstanding wine programs.

Arwana has won the "Award of Excellence" for the sixth time since 2011.

Arwana prides itself with an extensive wine list selected by Junior Sommelier Gede Wiranata.

The Award of Excellence recognizes restaurants whose wine lists feature a well-chosen assortment of quality producers along with a thematic match to the menu in both price and style.


Bali by Ancient Books
Traditional Lontar Exhibition at Hatten Wine Building August 5 Ė 7, 2016

Hatten Wines unveils a commissioned Lontar engraving that will find its home in the Hatten Wines Private Dining Room by Gaggenau.

The commissioned Lontar engraving – an ancient form of literature in which ancient Balinese writings are painstakingly carved into pieces of lontar palm – is the story of humanity’s connection to the Divine, complementing THE theme of Tri Hita Karana adopted by the venue. Embodying the concept of integrating nature and fostering a positive social environment, the Lontar’s exquisitely etched text also converys the story of how humanss must cultivate a relationship with the Creator.

Etched by Bapak Ida Bagus Nyoman Buruan, from Desa Sidemen, Karangasem, the commission Lontar engraving is single sided and encased in a présentoir to be displayed in the Private Dining Room of the Hatten Wines Building. Normally written in sacred texts and preserved in family scripts, such an exquisite piece of art is seldom seen in public. Containing legends, recipes, directives regarding crop rotation and subak irrigation, the lontars of Bali contain many secrets and important historical data.

The lontar of Hatten Wines feature a story of the gods and those who worship them.

To celebrate the unveiling of the new Hatten Wines Lontar, a 3-day exhibition showing a selection of important Lontar texts. The Lontar exhibition at the Hatten Wines Building runs for 3-days from August 5-7, 2016, and will be opened to public from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm daily.

A group of Lontar scholars and Lontar engraver Sugi Lanus will be on hand during the exhibition to explain the art and the texts to visitors.

Also worthy of note, during the current exhibition another exquisite Lontar Text will also be on display that will eventually be housed in the U.S. Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

Sugi Lanus

Sugi Lanus was born in 1972 in the northern coastal area of Bali. He studied Balinese and Old Javanese language and literature at Udayana University, Bali.

In 2006, he founded Hanacaraka Society, a non-profit organization concerned with preserving and studying classical Bali and Lombok texts. In addition to lecturing at several universities in Bali, he has attended international seminars and symposiums on Bali culture.

His latest article, based on his research on Balinese and Old Javanese manuscripts, is 'Puja Tri Sandhya: Indian Mantras Recomposed and Standardized in Bali', Journal of Hindu Studies, 2014, Vol. 7(2), Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies and Oxford University Press.

Traditional and Modern Lontar Exhibition
Hatten Wine Building
Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai – Sanur
Open August 5-6-7, 2016
Each day from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm


Shot with a Camera and a Gun
Police Shoot Kuta, Bali Thief After Theft from Tourist Caught on CCTV Camera

A snatch and run thief was captured by police after he was “caught in the act” on a CCTV camera in Legian, Kuta.

Gede Sri Wisnu, also known as Kadek Kamar, from Muntigunung, Karangasem, Bali was filmed snatching the handbag of an Australian woman on holiday in Bali.

When the young man, who works as a motorcycle taxi driver, was presented to the press at the Kuta Police Precinct on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, he had to be helped into the room by police officers due to a bullet would he sustained to his leg during his arrest.

After being shot by police and during the subsequent police interview, Kadek admitted to 15 criminal thefts over a period of 8 months.

Police said the man targeted drunken tourists, primarily women.

According the Beritabali.com, his latest victim was an Australian woman, Olivia Rose Drewitt, all preserved as evidence on a CCTV camera. Kadek reportedly stalked the woman until he felt she was in a quiet area conducive to his planned thievery and subsequent get away.

Police say they suspect that Kadek collaborated in the thefts with a parking attendant working in the area. Police used the occasion of the man's arrest to remind the public to always quickly report any criminal act in order that police can take immediate action.

Police recovered an Iphone, shirt and hat from Kadek Kamar who will be charged with a crime punishable by a minimum 5 years in prison.


These Streets are Made for Pedestrians
Denpasar Officials Seek to Keep Sidewalks Clean of Street Vendors

Pushcart vendors (Pedagang Kaki Lima - PKL) who circulate Bali’s capital of Denpasar are blamed for causing dirty streets, traffic jams and a host of other social ills.

Beritabali.com reports that the local enforcement agency (Satpol PP) and metropolitan officials are now working together to control the actions and disorder caused by PKL.

On Thursday, July 28, 2016, more than 10 PKL selling on the sidewalks in the sub-district of Pedungan were caught up in sweeping operations and handed to Satpol PP officers.

The head of the sub-district of South Denpasar, AA Gede Risnawan, told the press that the clean-up is needed to maintain Bali’s capital as a clean, safe and comfortable city - in keeping with the plan laid out by the City’s Mayor and Deputy-Mayor. To this end, Risnawan said that Denpasar’s streets must be free of PKL.

Before PKL stands are actually confiscated, warnings for the vendors to leave the area are issued three days in advance of the sweeping action when the stands are confiscated.

Risnawan claims these measure are effective with the number of PKL now operating on the City’s sidewalks less. To ensure the solution is not a temporary one, the Satpol PP are regularly checking for the reappearance of PKL.


Russian Loses Battle with Indonesian Military
Russian Tourist May Face 12 Years in Prison for Robbing an Ungasan, Bali Moneychanger

A 38-year-old Russia tourist, Kriukov Pavel, is in police custody after being caught in the process of robbing PT Arta Dewata, a moneychanger operation located on Jalan Uluwatu in Ungasan, South Kuta.

The man was apprehended on Thursday, July 28, 2016, due to the quick action of several members of the 1611-08 Koramil Military District headquartered right across the street from the moneychanger.

tabali.com, reports that the robbery took place at 11:00 am when Pavel entered PT Arta Dewata ostensibly to exchange foreign currency. The cashier, Ayu Agustina, was alone in the business at the time of the Russian’s visit.

When the woman asked the man if he wanted to exchange money, he remained silent.

Seizing his chance, Pavel attacked the woman, hitting her several times. Agustina screamed during the attack and as the man rifled his way through the cash drawers of the moneychanger. With some Rp. 28.7 million in stolen cash in hand, Pavel then fled the small shop with a determined Agustina in hot pursuit, screaming as she went and grabbing at the tourist’s shirt.

Two armed forces members, Muyono and Yase, working as guards at the military headquarter directly across the street from where the robbery was taking place, joined in the pursuit of Kruikov Pavel, grabbing hold of the man as he dragged them some 200-meters down the road as he tried to escape on a motorcycle.

When local citizens and other members of the military joined in the pursuit, Pavel was wrestled to the ground, given a thorough thrashing by angry bystanders and eventually handed over to the South Kuta Police Precinct.

Police have subsequently learned that Kriukov Pavel has been in Bali for two months living in a boarding house on Jalan Darmawangsa in Kuta. Police say the man had run out of money and was stealing in order to purchase a ticket back to Russia.

A spokesman for the South Kuta Police told DenPost that because of the savage attack inflicted by the Russian on the clerk at the moneychanger he may be charged under Section 356 of the criminal code that provides up to twelve years imprisonment.

The 20-year-old clerk, Ayu Agustina, suffered a number of wounds in an attack in which she was struck, slammed against a wall and allegedly choked by the Russian thief.


Indonesia Executes Four
Only Four of Previously Announced 14 Narcotics Prisoners Shot by Firing Squad in Central Java

Indonesia has resumed the execution of those convicted of capital crimes with the death before a firing squad of four men on Nusakambangan Island at Cilacap, Central Java, that took place at 40 minutes past midnight on Friday, July 29, 2016.

Despite widespread reports in the media that 14 prisoners would be killed, only four prisoners were eventually put to death, while 10 more were returned to the pool of an estimated more than 120 people still sitting on death rows across Indonesia.

Such was the confusion over the actual number to executed that The Jakarta Post went to press incorrectly announcing that 14 prisoners had been shot. The newspaper subsequently published a retraction and abject apology for its error.

As reported by the State News Agency Antara, the four prisoners killed - all convicted of narcotics violations, were: Freddy Budiman (Indonesian), Seck Osmani (Senegalese), Humprey Eijeke (Nigerian) and Michael Titus (Nigerian).

After their deaths before firing squads, the men’s bodies were examined by doctors, washed, placed in caskets and removed from Nusakambangan Island by ambulance during the night.

The executions have been widely criticized in the international community, but Indonesia authorities insist that more executions will take place over the coming months.


Bali to Remain Rainy Until End of Year
El Ninaís Impact on Baliís Weather Predicted to Persist Until End of 2016

The State News Agency Antara reports that the Meteorology, Climate, and Geophysics Agency (BKMG) is warning that the La Nina weather phenomenon affecting weather in much of Indonesia will persist through the end of 2016.

The chief of the data and information section of the BMKG in Bali, Wiryajaya, said on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, that El Nina is predicted to be felt to a moderate degree from July until December 2016.

Wiryajaya said the global weather phenomenon will bring streams of moist air from the Pacific to Bali and the rest of Indonesia.

Water temperatures in the waters surrounding Indonesia are warmer than usual, contributing further to the production of rain clouds through the process of convection.

This largely explains the continuing heavy rains in Bali and other parts of Indonesia, even during what is traditionally the  “dry” season of May to November.

El Nina as a weather phenomenon produces rain, while El Nino results in drier than normal conditions.

BMKG is warning the public to be aware of the effects of the current unseasonal heavy rains that are causing landslides, flash flooding and can create both havoc and new opportunities on the agricultural cycle.


Vanishing Stripes
Bali Safari and Marine Park Celebrates World Tiger Day to Warn the World of a Disappearing Species

Bali Safari & Marine Park recently joined the rest of the world in celebrating World Tiger Day. In keeping with the Park’s belief that no celebration is complete without the participation of children, kids from the Khoirunissa Foundation, a local orphanage, were invited to the Park to join a day of fun and education regarding the threat faced by these magnificient striped denizens of the vanishing jungles of Asia.

During their day at Bali’s largest wildlife park that is also home to a massive performing arts center, accommodation complex, water park and an amusement fun park – the kids from Khornissa were given free reign to enjoy its many attractions and be admitted to a number of live shows presented on a daily basis. The Park’s dedicated Educational Team also invited the children to a specially prepared area in front of the Park’s Tiger Amphitheatre where, using recycled materials, they created colorful and creative mosaics depicting tigers. Later, the Park’s educators also lent a hand to face paint those children and other visitors who wanted to assume the feline countenance of the legendary jungle cat.

Santoso, General Manager of the Bali Safari and Marine Park said: “In my opinion, today’s celebration of the world’s vanishing tiger population is very important. We must be regularly reminded that the world’s tiger population continues to decline dramatically each year. By commemorating World Tiger Day we seek to join hands with the public in the effort to protect tigers. It’s not that difficult, all we have to do is remind each other not to over-exploit nature - the natural habitat of wildlife and especially the tiger. Together we must resolve not to buy products of any kind made from tigers. Only by making the public love and care for our natural environment can we work together to prevent the final and complete extinction of the tiger.”

d population of tigers is at an all-time low. We have lost 97% of the wild tiger population in a period of less than 100 years. And, while the magnificent tiger is greatly admired, it is also a species most at risk of extinction. There is an estimated remaining population of wild tigers numbering only 3,200. Tigers face two main threats to their continuing survival: the loss of their natural habitat through deforestation and the illegal trade in tiger body parts for use as traditional medicines, magic charms, jewelry and ornamentation.

d Tiger Day is celebrated globally every July 29th. The goals of World Tiger Day are to promote a worldwide system to protect the natural habitat of the tiger and increase public awareness of the need to conserve the tigers’ habitat and population. As a main predator in the food chain, the tiger maintains balance over all the wild animal populations they survey; playing a key role in sustaining the delicate equilibrium between the surrounding flora and fauna.


Amazing Grace
Grace Jones to Perform in Bali October 8, 2016

The Jakarta Globe reports that international film and music star Grace Jones is scheduled to appear at Potato Head Beach Club Bali on October 8, 2016.

The 68-year-old Jamaican singer, songwriter, lyricist, supermodel, record producer, and actress who remains an icon of the art and pop-culture scene, commenced her career a supermodel in the 1980, ranching out into film roles and recording. She is perhaps best known for her albums "Warm Leatherette," "Nightclubbing" and "Slave to the Rhythm." She also headlined in films such as the James Bond franchise “A View to a Kill” and “Conan the Destroyer.”

Her androgynous looks and fashion styles have inspired both the fashion industry and a whole range of international performers.

Tickets for this singular performance start at Rp. 1.8 million and can be purchased online. www.ticketbase.com

Early-bird tickets to Grace Jones's Bali show start from Rp 1.8 million and can now be purchased online


The Ebb and Flow of Baliís Coastline
Efforts Continue to Limit Erosion Damage at Nusa Complex in South Bali

After losing a large amount of its beach to large waves, steps are now underway to prevent further erosion and restore lost shoreline sounding Bali's Nusa Dua Complex – Nusa Dua (ITDC).

At this time, beach conservation efforts are limited to the delivery of small amounts of sand for deposit on the shoreline.

DenPost reports that lost shorelines are gradually being brought back to something resembling their original status. Meanwhile, signs remain in place at several locations warning visitors of the dangers of high waves crashing onto the eroded shore.

The CEO of the ITDC, AA Ngurah Wirawan, said on Sunday, July 24, 2016, that the management of the government owned complex is taking the initiative to restore damaged shorelines Wirawan reported that meetings were underway in Jakarta to determine the total extent of shoreline recovery work to be carried out by ITDC. He urged the press to contact AA Ratna Dewi, head of the operational division at ITDC for further details.

Separately, Ratna Dewi told the press that an excavator had been sent to the location to remove cement and other debris on the beach. Starting from one week before, sand pulled a few meters of shore is being dragged back to the shoreline wherever possible.

The work by ITDC is being undertaken in cooperation with all the hotels located within the complex, with emphasis on those areas that have suffered the worst beach erosion in recent months.

Work includes the restoration of the land bridge connecting the main complex with the southernmost Nusa Dharma Peninsula.

While a more aggressive restoration of the damaged shoreline at Nusa Dua is being considered, the best that can be done at the present time due to limited resources and meeded approvals is a piecemeal approach to repairs.

Before a more major restoration effort can be undertaken, complicated approvals must be obtained from several agencies, including the Agency for Shorelines and Rivers. The need for immediate repairs is, however, urgent and the ITDC is doing all within its powers to effect temporary solutions.

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Baliís Troubled Accommodation Sector
430 Illegal Villas Operating in Baliís Badung Regency

A member of the Badung Regency House of Representatives (DPRD-Badung) has told RadarBali.com that there are some 420 illegal villas operating the South Bali Regency.

DPRD-Badung legislator Made Duama raised the issue of illegally operating villas at a discussion between Badung’s legislative and executive branches on the mid-term budget (RPJMD) for the Regency.

Duama called on the Regent and Deputy-Regent of Badung to take steps to bring illegal villas in Badung into line with the law. Addressing the problem of illegal villas Duama claimed would also answer another problem: the need for more tax revenues for the Regency. Duama said the majority of illegal villas in Badung are located in North Kuta and the remainder in South Kuta.

Duama said that many of the illegal villas lack building permits (IMB). Adding: “For these villas to be demolished is impossible. Perhaps the taxation of these villas is ALREADY underway. We need to look for way out of this problem.”

The Tourism Service of Badung recorded for the year 2016 a total of 1,049 hotels, comprised of 155 starred-hotels, 849 non-starred-hotels and 45 Condotels. Also on record were 1,127 inns (pondok wisata) and 43 rental homes. The number of legally registered accommodation rooms in Badung totals 67,719.


Countdown to Bali Film Festival
Counting Down to BALINALE Ė Bali Film Festival September 24-30, 2016

BALINALE – Bali International Film Festival is reporting a record 300 plus submissions from 55 countries this year’s event to be held September 24-30, 2016.

The film entries are comprised of short, feature and documentary films.

Adopting “No Boundaries” as its theme for the 2016 BALINALE has been done in the belief that there are no limits to creativity in human expression. The organizers are now making the final selection, with the final list of films for screening to be announced on August 15, 2016.

BALINALE is celebrating its landmark 10th anniversary with its official venue partner CINEMAXX (PT Cinemaxx Global Pasifik) – the modern, state-of-the-art multiplex facilities located at Lippo Mall Kuta. In addition to the full schedule of films to be shown on the 5-screen Cineplex, a traditional Indonesian open-air cinema (Layar tancap) will be held each evening outside the official venue on a free-of-charge basis to the public.

Also on tap at 2016 BALINALE are student film programs, seminars, educational workshops and networking sessions for film professionals.

BALINALE – Bali Film Festival Website


Deadly Banana
Indian Tourist Dies in Banana Boat Mishap at Tanjung Benoa, Bali

An Indian tourist, Shankar Ramnani (58), has died after falling from a banana boat operated by Apollo Dive and Water Sports at Tanjung Benoa, South Bali on Sunday, July 24, 2016.

As reported by Tribun-bali.com, the incident that resulted in the man’s death took place at 1:00 pm when Ramnani fell off a banana boat being towed by a speedboat. The Indian, who reportedly suffered from asthma, inhaled a large amount of water and experienced respiratory problems. When the use of an inhaler did not improve the man's condition, he was rushed to the nearby Surya Husada Hospital where he expired a short time later.

The Bali Water Police are said to be still investigating the case.

The head of the Association of Water Sports Operators commented to the press that people suffering from cardiac problems or asthma should not participate in active water sports.


Return to the Planet of the Primates
Troops of Hungry Monkeys Destroying Farm Crops in Bangli, Bali

NusaBali reports that wild monkeys living in Tegalalang, Bangli are on the warpath, destroying crops and occasionally menacing farmers working in their fields.

Farmers in the area say the aggressive behavior by the monkeys has increased over the past two months. Villagers and local officials link the attacks to increased population, a reduction of natural habitat and the resulting lack of food sources for the primates.

Local farmers claim they have been overwhelmed by the plague of monkeys. Efforts to frighten the monkeys off by beating old oil drums and shooting them with slingshots have proven ineffective. Trying to frighten the monkeys with fire torches and bonfires have also failed. A local farmer said, “They bravely return and attack, baring their teeth as they come.”

Another farmer tells of fearing for his life while being chased from the jungle by a group of angry monkeys when he was picking wild ferns for his dinner table.

The Tegalalang chief (Kelian) confirmed that this is the second attack of monkeys, following a similar occurrence last year. At that time, villagers resorted to religious ceremonies and rituals, paid in part by the Provincial Government, that eventually saw the monkey attacks subside.

The monkey attacks are impacting crop production, while reducing rice and other food crops. Officials say harvests are down 30%. Farmers are calling on the government to plant alternative food sources for the monkeys that will draw the animals away from the farmer’s crops.

Crops planted near the banks of the Tukad Melangit River are suffering the most, being trampled and destroyed by marauding troops of monkeys.


The Italian Job?
Italian Tourist Claiming False Arrest by Bali Immigration Authorities

An Italian tourist, Carmine Sciaudone (36), is seeking injunctive relief against the Denpasar Bali Immigration office, claiming improper procedures and illegal arrest since May 22, 2016.

Appearing with his attorney before the Denpasar District Court on Friday, July 29, 2016, Sciaudone is questioning the legality of his arrest while he was a passenger on dinner cruise in the Port of Benoa.

As reported by Balipost.com, Sciaudone’s lawyer claims the in apprehending his client, immigration acted without proper authorization and lacked sufficient proof to make an arrest, as stipulated under law.

Acting in his capacity as the Italian’s lawyer, M. Rifan said that his client was an invited guest at a party on board the ship “Dragon” on May 22, 2016. During the party, Rifan told the court that a projector on the ship malfunctioned and Sciaudone, who is knowledgeable about electronics, tried to assist by fixing the projector. At this point he was taken into custody by immigration authorities and charged with working illegally in Indonesia and threatened with 5 years imprisonment.

Rifan is seeking for the arrest made by immigration to be ruled illegal by Administrative  Courts.


Mola-Mola Season in Full Swing
Gigantic Mola-Mola Sun Fish Makes Annual Return to Nusa Penida, Bali

The gigantic Mola-Mola fish have returned to Nusa Penida.

The Mola-Mola, a large, docile sun fish that grow to a top-to-bottom height to as much as one meter, makes an annual migration to the small off-shore island located a short distance from Bali during the months of July and August.

The remarkable fish is most often found at a depth of around 20-meters near Crystal Bay, Blue Corner Beach, Toyapakeh Beach or off Nusa Penida’s north coast.

The fish is notoriously shy and those wishing to see the Mola-Mola should only do so in the company of a guide from a reputable diving operator and follow all instructions established under a code of conduct established by the Coral Triangle Center (CTC), the Klungkung Regency and the Marine Tourism Association (Gahawisri). The code protects the ecosystem, with special emphasis on marine life species such as the Mola-Mola and Manta Rays.

Destruction of the reef or being disturbed by overly-aggressive divers can cause the reclusive Mola-Mola to seek new grounds.

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A Tragic Missed Connection
Young Woman Collapses and Dies in Parking Lot of Bali Airport

A 19-year-old woman from Waingapu, East Sumba, died suddenly on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, in the parking area of Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport where she was preparing to board a flight to Jakarta.

The woman, identified as Juliani Vergi Jemidin, became gravely and suddenly ill, vomiting blood before falling unconscious.

Juliani was preparing to fly to Jakarta to undertake an entrance examine at an aviation academy.

An airport ambulance rushed the young woman to the Kasih Ibu Hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Police were reportedly seeking the permission of the young woman’s family to perform an autopsy in order to pinpoint a precise cause of death.


The Voice of Palu
Dance Performances from Central Sulawesi, Bali and Java at ARMA Museum in Ubud, Bali Thursday, August 4, 2016

A program of ritually-styled dance and music performed by the Kaili Tribe of Sulawesi will be presented at the ARMA Resort and Museum in Ubud, Bali on Thursday, August 4, 2016, at 7:30 pm.

Pesona Palu Menomi” or “The Voice of Palu” is a celebration of the rich diversity of ancestral cultures by featuring a collaborative evening of dance by a group of dancers from Palu.

The evening will feature traditional style Palu dancers from Central Sulawesi, in artistic collaboration with Balinese and Javanese dancers and musicians. The result will be a distinctively contemporary performance that remains deeply rooted in the traditional dance and musical vocabulary of Indonesia.

9 Palu artists under the direction of Smiet Lalove , 6 dancers from Bali and 4 musicians will perform on an evening sponsored by ARMA, Bali Onstage, and the Provincial Government of Central Sulawesi.

Admission is free-of-charge, but donations to defray costs are most welcome.

Pesona Palu Menomi -The Voice of Palu
An Evening of Contemporary Dance

Featuring Dancers and Musicians from Central Sulawesi, Bali and Java
Thursday, August 4, 2016 – 7:30 pm
Arma Museum – Water Garden Stage
Jalan Pengosekan, Ubud, Bali


Email for more information

Telephone ++62-(0)361 437067


Fun to the Fore!
Merdeka Challenge Golf Tournament at New Kuta Golf Ė Saturday, August 20, 2016

The Annual Merdeka Challenge Golf Tournament returns to the New Kuta Golf Club on Saturday, August 20, 2016, with a shotgun start at 12:30 pm.

In addition to a whole range of prizes for winners, lucky draws and holes-in-one – the overall winner will become a part of the Club’s History and entered into a Club Wall of Fame.

e of participation is:
  • Member: Rp. 650,000
  • Member Guest: Rp. 1,100,000
  • Visitor: Rp. 1,500,000

Tournament fees include green fees, cart fee, caddy fee, player’s insurance, gala dinner, trophy, hole-in-one contest entry, chance at lucky draw prizes, goodie bag, refreshments and award dinner.

Participation is limited to 120 players and closing date is on 19 August or when last place is sold, whichever happens first.

For more information & Registration: Telephone +62-(0)361 8481 333

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Bikers as Blighters
Majority of 2,000 Big Motorbikes Operating in Bali are Illegal

According to a leading legislator in Bali, the Provincial Administration of Bali is turning a blind eye to more than half of the large motorcycles believed to be operating illegally on the Island.

Known locally as “MoGe” (Motor Gede), the owners of “big bikes” have been accused by a member of the Bali Provincial House of Representatives (DPRD-Bali), Anak Agung Ngurah Adi Ardhana, of failing to pay their fair share of taxes and other obligations to the State. “Many MoGe in Bali are illegal. They do not have a formal vehicle registration (STNK), but have ‘some sort’ of STNK. I think you know the problem. MoGe's in Bali are distributed not via formal vehicle dealers. Therefore the required tax is never paid,” Ardhana explained.

As reported by NusaBali, Ardhana estimates that there may be more than 2,000 big bikes operating in Bali, but perhaps only 800 operating with all the required documentation demonstrating tax compliance.

Continuing, Ardhana said: “As you know, the tax invoice (faktur pajak) is issued by a registered vehicle dealer showing the price, its type, fuel tyoe and other details. But because this information is all falsified the proper tax obligation cannot be imposed.”

Ardhana said that some of the big bikes in Bali have been reverse engineered, with enthusiasts ordering component parts and creating or assembling a bike in a local workshop or even at their homes. This results in a 'big bike' that has not been registered and cleared by Customs and operating with no tax paid. With no formal registration, these bikes still manage to travel the roads, ironically, sometimes in convoys provided with official police escorts.

The PDIP legislator said the easiest way to bring the illegal big bikes into conformance with the law would be enforcement by the Customs Office who could easily detect if any vehicle or its spare parts ever officially passed a formal customs and excise procedure. Indonesian Customs Officials could simply seize vehicle that never entered the country via the formal procedures.

Meanwhile, the head of the tax revenue department for the Province, I Made Santa, said that he was dissatisfied that more than one thousand MoGe in Bali are apparently not paying taxes. Adding: “Until now, around 800 MoGe are loyal taxpayers in Bali. This means less than 1,000 units. The rest are being hidden by their owners.”

Santa said he had no firm data on how many big bikes are actually operating in Bali, suggesting the police may have more accurate figures on the total number of bikes, legal or otherwise. Made Santa called on illegal MoGe operators to take advantage of efforts by the province to make registration easier via the elimination of administrative fines and the ability to register a bike without the official title (BPKB). Tax obligations can now be settled by only showing an identification card (KTP) and a registration (STNK).

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Setting the Wrong Plates
Bali Corruption Watch Claims Most Government-Owned Vehicles in Bali are Using Unauthorized License Plates

The chairman of Bali Corruption Watch (BCW), Putu Wirata Dwikora, is criticizing what he says is the widespread illegal use of government-owned vehicles in Bali by government officials in which red license plates are replaced with falsified black plates.

In Indonesia red–colored license plates are reserved for government-owned vehicles and black-colored license plates are used on privately owned vehicles.

Dwikora, quoted by DenPost, said on Saturday, July 23, 2016, “I observe that the majority of leading civil servants replace the (red) plates with black plates or falsified plates.”

Dwikora admitted that there are certain civil servants granted special permission to use black plates on government vehicles, such as officials working in an intelligence capacities. Adding: “But I have observed in Bali, almost all government operational vehicles have had their red plates replaced with black plates. This is a clear violation of traffic laws.”

Dwikora called on the Governor crack down and to require government-owned vehicles use red plates. This is necessary, he insists, to detect any inappropriate use of a public vehicle for private purposes.

The lawmaker called on police in Bali to take the firmest action against any vehicle not displaying the number and color indicated on its official registration (STNK).


The Importance of Sidewalks
Australian Pedestrian Killed After Being Struck by Motorcyclist

A 53-year-old Australian tourist died after being struck by a motorcycle on Jalan Pratama in Tanjung Benoa, South Bali in the early hours of Sunday, July 31, 2016.

Bernadette Marie O’Connor was walking in front of the Hotel Peninsula at 1:00 am when she was struck by a motorcycle driven by Bonafentura, a 23-year-old employee of Bayu Sita Water Sports at Tanjung Benoa.

RadarBali.com reports that the water sports employee, originally from Flores, was traveling at a high rate of speed in a northerly direction when he struck the Australian pedestrian head on while she was walking towards the south.

The Australian sustained serious abdominal and head injuries and died in an ambulance while being transported to the nearby BIMC Hospital Nusa Dua.

Police are holding the driver of the motorcycle, who sustained minor cuts and abrasions in the collision, together with his motorcycle, as their investigation continues.


 
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