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BALI UPDATE #1054 - 14 November 2016

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Certified to Handle Conferences, Incentives & Exhibitions
MICE Agency Accreditation Program to be Launched at ICESAP Conference in Singapore November 30 – December 2, 2016.

Professional certification for operators in the meeting and conference sector will be a central theme at the Incentive Conference & Event Society Asia Pacific (ICESAP) Conference to be held in Singapore November 30 to December 2, 2016.

Since its inaugural meeting in Bali in 2013, ICESAP’s annual meeting has become one of the key regional gatherings for both industry operators and their major corporate clients involved in the incentive, conference and exhibition sector (ICE).

ICESAP’s President Nigel Gaunt sees the dual forces of client demand and marketplace advantage as driving agency accreditation and is confident ICESAP's Agency Accreditation Program to be launched at the upcoming conference will be enthusiastically received.

Gaunt said: “In 2013, the value of the Incentive Travel, Conference, Corporate Meetings and Business Events business in Asia-Pacific exceeded US$100 billion in economic value for the region. By any measure the value of our ICESAP industry is immense. More surprising to many is the fact that in 2013, 80% of the US$100 billion was spent by businesses operating in Asia-Pacific. In other words, spend from the rest of the world now only represents 20% of our industry’s income.”

The launching of an accreditation program for MICE operators is the realization of a key objective of ICESAP since its foundation three years ago and fills a need national bodies have failed to address, commented Gaunt.

“Accreditation is vital for the MICE sector if it is to grow and prosper in the modern commercial environment”, Gaunt added.

Continuing: “Corporate governance and purchasing protocols require companies to only deal with professional intermediaries and end supply partners. MICE agencies that fail to adopt a formally recognized agency accreditation regime will only have themselves to blame if they lose important corporate customers to accredited companies or they prefer to buy directly from the end suppliers”.

More and more of the MICE spend is coming from the marketing budgets of multinational corporations as they shift the majority of their former advertising spend “below the line?. “Media’s loss is MICE's gain”, says Gaunt.

Gaunt added that winning this spend, on MICE projects has been relatively straight forward on purely economic value for money and effectiveness grounds. However, in order to maintain this advantage and retaining this spend in the MICE space requires MICE agencies to stay “ahead of the curve” as global advertising agencies are already starting to fight back.

Unfortunately, MICE agencies lack the resources to mount a good fight back strategy, and this is worrying, affirmed Gaunt

A disturbing recent trend is other associations jumping on the accreditation ‘bandwagon’, says Gaunt.

“We need to work together to ensure there is a simple single accreditation scheme across Asia Pacific. MICE is a cross-border business and can’t afford a myriad of schemes across different markets or different industry disciplines.

“ICESAP worked through APEC over an 18-month period to arrive at a single set of criteria for all intermediary agencies.'

“In addition, APEC insisted the accreditation program does not disadvantage small to medium enterprises and our efforts were rewarded when ICESAP gained the APEC Tourism Working Group's buy-in to the ICESAP scheme for a pan-Asia Pacific rollout In 2017”.

Gaunt concluded by saying ICESAP welcomed dialogue with all industry bodies to ensure a disciplined and coordinated regime is adopted by the MICE sector that will underpin client confidence and long-term agency commercial success.

LINK  for more information on ICESAP and attending the ICESAP Conference in Singapore November 30 until December 2, 2016


Fun Family Time In Bali Just Got Even Better
The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali Leads List of Top 10 Family Resorts


Product Update


It's official. The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali has been voted the number #1 Family Resort in Bali 2016 by the readers of Holidays With Kids magazine from Australia.

The Westin’s Resort Nusa Dua’s supremacy in the family market was revealed in the most recent annual survey asking readers to evaluate the best family-friendly resorts they’ve experienced. The top ten winners were evaluated on the basis of activities and facilities for children, babysitting services, safety, and location.

hed 18 years ago, Holidays With Kids is one of Australia’s most widely read travel and leisure publications with an audience of 600,000 readers across its print and digital channels. It is a leading resource for parents planning holidays filled with enticing family experiences.

As a family-friendly property, The Westin Nusa Dua Resort, Bali goes above and beyond to anticipate the needs of travelers with children with thoughtful brand initiatives. In the past year alone, the Westin Family Kids Club has been reinvented with refreshed facilities and better activities to engage little ones.

Westin Family Kids Club gives parents complete peace of mind in knowing that their little ones are being cared for in a nurturing environment. A daily program places great emphasis on physical play, exploring, learning, developing new skills, expressing ideas and building relations with others. The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali makes traveling as a family a whole lot easier. There are spaciously appointed Family Suites, a 12-meter water slide and Westin Kids Spa for sessions of age-appropriate pampering. Other benefits include meaningful amenities upon check-in, a special breakfast area just for kids along with a menu of healthy options to tempt even the fussiest eaters.

To celebrate topping this prestigious poll, the Resort presents the Westin Family Suite Package for parents to embark on a journey of discovery and experience Bali together with their kids. It is an opportunity to stay in a well designed Family Suite with two bedrooms and a separate living area with modern conveniences. The package is enhanced by an array of special entitlements including kids welcome amenities on arrival, free access to indoor and outdoor of the Westin Family Kids Club, a massage or nail care for little ones at Westin Kids Spa and a body or beauty ritual for parents at the award-winning Heavenly Spa by Westin.

Dining privileges are available at FunDay Family Brunch every Sunday at Prego and a generous credit applies when choosing to eat at Hamabe Japanese Restaurant.

Starting from just Rp. 4,600,000 per Family Suite per night, this exceptional offer is valid for two adults and two children for stays up until June 15, 2017. Terms and conditions apply.

ew detailed information about the 2016 Top Ten Awards of Reader’s Holidays With Kids Choice, Best Family Resorts, here's the LINK.

For more information on The Westin Resort Nusa Dua Bali www.westin.com/bali or follow them on social media:


About The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali

The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali enjoys a prime beachfront location within an exclusive enclave on the island’s southern shores. With 433 modern rooms, it is a place where guests can be at their best and experience total renewal. Exciting dining venues anticipate global tastes with delicious cuisines and healthy SuperFoodsRx options. There is a choice of swimming pools, award-winning Heavenly Spa by Westin™ for relaxation, WestinWORKOUT® to stay in shape and little ones get to play at the Westin Family Kids Club. The adjacent Bali International Convention Centre provides comprehensive meeting resources with space for up to 10,000 delegates. The resort caters to the needs of leisure and business travelers alike with exceptional services and facilities to match.


Dressed Up with Somewhere to Go
Black Tie Charity Dinner by Rotary Club Bali Seminyak Saturday, December 3, 2016

Rotary Club Bali Seminyak is holding a Black-tie Gala Auction Charity Dinner at the Trans Resort Bali on Saturday, December 3, 2016, commencing at 6:00 pm.

A limited number of tickets are available for Rp. 600,000 each that includes:
  • Welcoming cocktails and canapés
  • A degustation menu
  • Live auction of art, antiques, and other merchandise
  • Silent auction
  • Special entertainment program
Profits from the evening will go to the Helen Newman Scholarship Program that aids impoverished school children on

All the profits from the evening will go to our program Helen Newman scholarship , help children to go to school in Nusa Penida Island.

Tables of 10 can be ordered by Email with special accommodation rates available for those wishing to overnight at the Trans Resort Bali by telephoning +62-(0)361 8981234 with the booking code: rotary auction number.

Black Tie Gala Auction Charity Dinner
Rotary Club Bali Seminyak
Trans Resort Bali

Saturday, December 3, 2016 – Beginning from 6:00 pm
Rp. 600,000 per person for Welcoming drinks and Gala Dinner


Charity Unmasked
Bali Rainbow Community Sponsors ‘A Night at the Masquerade' Thursday, December 1, 2016

Bali’s LGBT Rainbow Community is hosting a fundraising event – “A Night at the Masquerade” on Thursday, December 1, 2016, at the Puri Saron Seminyak on Jalan Dhyana Pura in Seminyak (Please note change of venue).

Held to mark World AIDS Day the evening event is billed by its organizers as “an evening of fantasy and decadence”.

The Bali Rainbow Community (BRC) is a non-profit organization comprised of local citizens committed to assisting HIV & AIDS awareness, education and financial support for HIV positive patients in need within the LGBT (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender) community in Bali.

Since 2011, BRC has raised and donated funds to assist a number of organizations providing outreach assistance and medical treatment via Yayasan Dua Hati, Yayasan Gaya Dewata , Yayasan Bali Peduli and Yayasan Kerti Praja.

Over the years Rp. 528 million has been collected by BRC in support of client medical, hospital and living expenses; incentives and administration expenses for “Condoman”; HIV/AIDS awareness programs; the "Test & Treat" programs; and a current commitment to Bali Medika – Indonesia only gay men’s clinic to cover testing and treatment expenses for newly diagnosed HIV+ patients.

Committed to “Access Equity Rights Now” Bali Rainbow Community works to leave no one behind in the battle against HIV/AIDS, and removing punitive laws and policies that insult human dignity and violate human rights. The work of BRC extends to transgender individuals, sex workers, men who have sex with men, people who inject drugs, and prisoners.

For more information visit the Bali Rainbow Community Website 

The December 1st “A Night at the Masquerade” will feature performers that include Singapore’s own Diva DenormouS, Bali’s All Stars DJs, and drag performers from various clubs in Bali.

A silent auction of valuable merchandise and vouchers from hotels and restaurants, raffle prizes and a door prized of a Honda Scoopy – all form part of the special night.

Tickets cost only Rp. 250,000 per person that includes canapés, wine, beer and soft drinks and a chance at the door prize.

“A Night at the Masquerade”
An Evening of Fantasy and Decadence”
Thursday, December 1, 2017 – 7:00 – 10:00 pm
In Celebration of World AIDS Day
Puri Saron Hotel - Seminyak (Note Change of Venue)
Jalan Dhyana Pura 
Rp. 250,000 per person


Begin the Beguine–a NonStarter
Spanish singing star Julio Iglesias Cancels Bali Appearance

74-year-old Spanish music legend Julio Iglesias abruptly canceled two stops in his current world tour announcing that, due to unforeseen technical problems, he would not appear in New Zealand and Bali, Indonesia.

The Indonesian State News Agency Antara reported that a booking for the Iglesias party at the Four Seasons Resort Bali in Jimbaran Bay for November 10-15, 2016, had been cancelled. 

Iglesias’ management citied, “unexpected technical and logistical difficulties” as having caused the canceled appearances by Iglesias in New Zealand and Bali.

Iglesias was scheduled to perform on the Nusa Dua Peninsula on Saturday, November 12, 2016.

As reported by Tempo.co, Abby Krisnamurti of Trans Events announced on Tuesday, November 8th, the cancellation of the Bali concert just 5 days before the scheduled concert. Abby underlined that Trans Events was 100% ready with all technical and logistical support in place to permit the Bali appearance to go ahead, explaining: “As a sponsor, we have been 100 percent ready for the event. All logistics and technical production arrangements, as well as hospitality aspects, were in place as per Julios' request. That also included all the vendors and hotels which were ready to welcome them."

No detailed reason was given for the last minute cancellation. Local organizers in Indonesia announced that all those who purchased tickets for the performance would be given a full refund.

Trans Events said they learned of the cancellation not from the Iglesias World Tour Management but from the Four Seasons Resorts who advised them the hotel booking had been canceled.

Iglesias’ management did, however, subsequently contact Trans Events via a teleconference call.

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Ersatz Bali
Indonesian Government Promoting 10 Destinations as the “New Bali”

The Indonesia State News Agency Antara, is trying to increase tourism visits by promoting 10 destinations branded as the “New Bali.”

Speaking at the World Travel Mart in London, Indonesian Minister of Tourism Arief Yahya said, “new Bali” was an” idiomatic expression” to lure visitors to look beyond Bali for new travel destinations.

The ten “new Bali's” being promoted by the Ministry are: Lake Toba (North Sumatra), Belitung (Bangka Belitung), Tanjung Lesung (Banten), Seribu Islands (Jakarta), Borobudur Temple (Central Java), Mount Bromo (East Java), Mandalika Lombok (West Nusa Tenggara), Komodo Island (East Nusa Tenggara), Wakatobi National Park (Southeast Sulawesi), and Morotai (North Maluku).

Bali remains the main gateway for Indonesian tourism attracting 40% of the total international tourists visiting the Country annually.

Indonesia has an ambitious program in place to attract 20 million international tourists by 2019. The target for foreign tourist arrivals to Indonesia for all of 2016 is set at 12 million.


It's Off to Work We Go!
International Labor Conference to Be Held at Nusa Dua Bali December 6-9, 2016

The Xinhua News Agency reports that Bali will serve as host to the 16th Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting (APRM) on Labor to be held December 6-9, 2016.

Representatives from 47 countries and regions are expected to attend the Bali conference.

Indonesian President Joko Widodo is expected to open the conference in Nusa Dua.

Manpower Ministwr Abdul Wahab Bangkona said: "Ministers and representatives will get together to discuss priority issues in labor sector in Asia-Pacific region. They will also discuss visions of the International Labor Organization (ILO) to address appropriate wages for labor from 2016 to 2021."

The ILO secretary general and ILO Asia and the Pacific director are confirmed to come to Bali to attend the conference. 


They Fought the Law
3 Men Under Arrest After Attacking Policeman Near Pemayun Kesiman Palace in East Denpasar

Nusa Bali and Bali Post report that a junior police officer assigned as a driver at Police Headquarters suffered a violent attack at the hands of three members of a “mass organization” (vigilante gang/organized gang) on Thursday evening, November 10, 2016.

I Putu Agus Adnyana (20) was beaten and stabbed by the three men working as guards and traffic crossing attendants outside a reception underway at the Pemayun Kesiman Royal Palace on Jalan WR Supratman in East Denpasar.

Adnyana, who works as a driver for the Director of the Sabhara Division (Public Order and Security Division) at Bali Police Headquarters, was stopped by three men while driving from police headquarters to his home in Karangasem after spending the day driving delegations attending the INTERPOL conference in Nusa Dua.

At around 9:15 pm Adnyana was attacked with assaulted by three men, one using a knife, that left him qith bruises and stab wounds to his neck and hand that required stitches a brief period of hospitalization.

n 14 hours after the attack, police had taken into custody 3 men identified as mass organization members: IB Komang RW, 25, IB Kade Ker, 34, and I Wayan Sud, 51.

Police say the assault on Adnyana unfolded when the young officer was driving in an easterly direction on Jalan WR Supratman when the three assailants tried to stop his vehicle to allow several pedestrians leaving the Palace to cross the road.

Claiming Adnyana tried to force his way through the passing file of palace visitors, the three crossing guards reacted angrily, by kicking and pounding on the passing car. The policeman stopped his card to request an explanation only to be directly assaulted and stabbed in the neck and hand.

In detailing the assault, police say IB Kade Ker stabbed the man, while I Wayan Suda broke the vehicle’s windows and IB Komang RW hit the policeman repeatedly about the face. While the attack was underway, Adnyana shouted to the men that he was a member of the police force.

Adnyana was rushed to a local hospital where he was kept overnight while his injuries were treated,

Police were able to quickly identify the assailants and their affiliation with a mass vigilante organization and arrested the men at 11:00 am the morning after the attack.

A police spokesman said the three men have admitted their action and stabbing the victim, justifying their assault on the unsafe way in which the young policeman was driving his vehicle, despite being asked to drive slowly as he passed the Royal Palace.

The police are holding the three men who will be charged under parts of the Criminal Code that can be punished with a maximum imprisonment of 5 years.


Airport Anomaly
Bali’s Novotel Airport Hotel Violating Building Permit with 54 Too Many Rooms

NusaBali reports that a visit by Commission I of the Badung Regency House of Representatives (DPRD-Badung) to the Novotel Bali Airport Hotel on Monday, November 7, 2016, uncovered major irregularities in the hotel operated by the State-owned airport authority PT Angkasa Pura I.

During the inspection, the hotel was found to have 214 rooms, 54 more more than that allowed under a permit issued by the Regency in March of 2013.

The chairman of Commission I of the DPRD-Badung, Wayan Suyasa, confirmed the irregularity to the press on Thursday, November 10, 2016. In response, Angkasa Pura is justifying exceeding the room total allowed under their permit, citing the large number of tourists visiting Bali.

Angkasa Pura promised to seek an exception for the additional rooms or, if necessary, reduce the number of rooms at the hotel to match the permit. Lawmakers scolded the State-owned company for being unprofessional in failing to follow the laws and regulations of the Regency.

Lawmakers also reminded the hotel to not engage in a destructive tariff war and to only sell their rooms at rates commensurate with a four-star property.

The Legal Manager of Angkasa Pura Hotel (APH), Wahyu Hendriyono, agreed to only sell rooms at the Airport Hotel for a minimum Rp. 1 million per night, a price that will not detract for nearby discount hotels. Moreover, the rooms would only be sold for passengers forced to overnight at the airport due to flight delays or to transit flights.

Hendriyono added: “Regarding the number of rooms, we admit that there is a surplus of 54 rooms that are not yet used. These won't be used until a permit it issued. If no permits is given, then the rooms will be demolished.” 


Increasing Risk of Dengue Fever in Bali
DBD Cases Up 87% in Bali, as Health Officials Say Mosquito Eggs Now Have Longer Shelf Life

Balipost.com reports that for the period January – October, the Provincial Health Service for Bali recorded 18,966 dengue fever (Deman Berdarah – DBD) cases that resulted in 56 deaths.

When compared to the same period in 2015, the number of cases of DBD in Bali increased 87 percent from the 10,139 infections in 2015.

These total were revealed to the press by the chief of the Provincial Health Service, Ketut Surjaya, at the launch of an elimination of mosquito nest campaign in East Bali on Friday, November 11, 2016.

Suarjaya said the largest numbers of cases of DBD are recorded in the regency of Badung at 3,581. Meanwhile, the largest number of deaths linked to DBD took place in Denpasar (15), followed by Gianyar (14), Buleleng (13), Badung (10), and one each in Tabanan, Jembrana, Bangli and Klungkung. No fatalities were recorded in Karangasem.

Suarjaya said the threat of DBD is growing due to changes in the biology of mosquito eggs. In the past, he said, mosquito eggs would only have a life of a couple of days, but now can remain viable and fertile for one year. Explaining: “This is why when it rains the number of mosquitoes are increasing. The mosquito eggs can last for months and then develop when the rains come.”


POTUS to Manage a Corner of Bali?
Trump Hotels Plans for Management of Pan Pacific Nirwana Resort in West Bali said to be ‘Under Discussion Only”

Reports in the media that Bali’s Pan Pacific Nirwana Resort would change management to the Donald Trump Hotel Brands as a Trump Luxury Collection Hotel would be built at the Golf-Resort project was confirmed to RadarBali.com by, Listianto, the spokesperson of the Nirwana Bali Resort.

Listinato pointed out that Donald Trump has made no investment in the Pan Pacific Nirwana Resort (NBR) that is owned by the Indonesian Company MNC Land.

“So, Donald Trump has no investment or assets at NBR,” asserted Listianto. At the same time, the spokesperson for NBR did not deny talks were ongoing with Trump Management to enter into a cooperative agreement with Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort.

Those talks are being characterized as not concerned with any desire to purchase the Resort or its assets, or to make an investment in the NBR, but are only connected with possible plans to manage the property.

“Trump Management’s plans are to replace Pan Pacific as the operator or managers of the NBR,” explained Listianto.

The discussions with Trump Hotel Management have yet to reach a final agreement.

NBR refused to comment on the recent outcome of the US presidential elections in which Donald Trump was named president elect for 2017 -2020.

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High Prices for Poor Infrastructure
Local Tourism Operators Complain About Rp. 300,000 Admission Price to Menjangan Island Imposed by West Bali National Park

Menjangan Island in northwest Bali is an increasingly popular tourist destination with both domestic and international visitors traveing to the area in search of snorkeling and diving opportunities, and a chance to see the natural wildlife that live in this area.

Under the management of the West Bali National Park, visitors to the Island Park have declined following a 200% increase in the cost of an admission ticket.

Metrobali.com quotes a member of Commission I of the Bali House of Representative (DPR-Bali), I Nyoman Tirtawan, who claims it is now twice as expensive to visit the West Bali National Park than it is to visit other National Parks in the region.

It currently costs Rp. 300,000 to enter the West Bali National Park while a visit to Mount Bromo in East Java is only Rp. 150,000.

Based on the current count, only 4,000 foreign tourists have visited Menjangan Island this year.

Local tourism operators are complaining about the high cost of admission to the Island and the poor state of the infrastructure provided to visitors. Operators point to the very poor condition of the pier used by visitors, the substandard state of public toilets, and ramshackle changing rooms at the Park that is now requring a Rp. 300,000 admission.

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Remembering a Good Cop
Soleman.org and Balidiscovery.com Funding Appeals Raises Rp. 102 Million for Widow and Family of Slain Bali Policeman

As reported by the Sydney Morning Herald, an online fund-raising campaign on behalf of the widow and surviving sons of the Balinese police officer who was killed on Kuta beach on the night of August 17, 2016, has realized Rp. 102 million that is being handed over this month to the widow Ketut Arsini.

Solemen.org coordinated the crowd funding campaign with the assistance of Balidiscovery.com in the wake of the brutal murder of Wayan Sudarsa, who was beaten to death on Kuta beach.

An Englishman, David Taylor, and his Australian female partner, Sara Connor, are now undergoing trial in Denpasar, charged with killing the policeman.

Surviving the dead policeman is his widow, an elementary school teacher who was participating in a flag raising ceremony at her place of employment when she was informed of her husband’s death. Sudarsa also leaves two sons, one still attending university in Bali.

Quoting the crowdfunding site set up by Soleman.org and written in both Indonesian and English: "On an island where we are very quick to launch humanitarian funding campaigns for hapless tourists in hospital who come to the Island, get drunk and fall off a motorcycle or to fund an operation for a wounded stray dog, we desire to step up and set up a special fund to aid the family of the fallen policeman.”

In a funding campaign that lasted two months, 158 people donated Rp. 102 million to assist the family with educational and living expenses.

When the widow learned of the funds gathered on her behalf, she was reportedly very pleased to know the fund had nothing to do with the two people charged with killing her husband, adding: "So these are voluntary donations? I am very grateful for it. I can't repay your kindness. I can only pray that God will repay your kindness," she said.

Embittered, Arsini insists she can never forgive the two foreigners who have admitted their involvement in Sudarsa’s death, despite a letter from Taylor expressing extreme remorse and lamenting he would always be haunted by his “terrible actions.”

The dead policeman is remembered by many in Bali as a kind soul, who would go out of way to assist hapless and destitute tourists found wandering in Kuta. His son, Kadek Toni, recalled that whenever his father attended an accident in which a tourist died, he would insist on attending the subsequent funeral.

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Trump’s Election Has Some Currency
Rupiah Weakens on News of Donald Trump's Election

Reacting to the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United State, the Indonesian Rupiah weakened to Rp. 13,737 to the U.S. Dollar, moving from Rp. 13,082 rate-of-exchange to the greenback just two days earlier on the eve of the U.S. poll.

As reported by Beritabali.com, the Minister of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukita, said the changes to the value of the Rupiah were only momentary in nature.

Enggartiasto admitted the unexpected fluctuation in the value of the Rupiah may have a slight impact on exports, decreasing by as much as 3-4%.

Comparing the movement in the Rupiah’s value to that experienced after the Brexit Vote separating the U.K. from the rest of Europe, the Minister of Trade, said the final correction in exchange values will be minimal and short-lived.

Supporting the Minister’s prediction, the Rupiah had regained some strength on the weekend following the U.S. election trading at Rp. 13,284,000 to the US Dollar.


Tragedy Times Three
3 Die in Boat Mishap Near Serangan Island in South Denpasar, Bali

3 people lost their lives off the eastern shore of Serangan Island in South Denpasar, Bali on Monday, November 7, 2016, when a glass-bottom boat sunk after being struck by large waves. 3 other passengers on the boat manage to survive by hanging on to the overturned vessel.

Bali reports that the Captain of the Gayatri I, Febriyanti Lali (23) and his girlfriend, Erni Juliana Nines (21), both from Kupang, and a Japanese tourist Nakazawa (71) - all died when they were swept off the boat.

3 other Japanese tourists Hirokazu, Kobayashi Tatsushige, and Mizuno Haruo survived the mishap.

The glass-bottom boat was traveling to Pulau Penyu at Tanjung Benoa when it was struck by a wave.

The young Indonesian captain had been working for only one month on the tourist boat when he invited his fiancé to join the cruise. The young woman and future wife who died in the accident was said to be 18 days pregnant.

The survivors who spent about one hour in the water awaiting rescue were sent to BIMC Hospital in Kuta while the three fatalities were carried to the morgue at Sanglah General Hospital.


Qatar Airways Steward Dies on Bali Holiday
Tunisian Steward from Qatar Airways Killed in Hit-and-Run Accident in Bali

A 25-year-old Qatar Airways steward, Mohamed Aziz Farhat, on holiday in Bali died due to a hit and run accident.

According to Radarbali.com, the Tunisian man died on Tuesday, October 18, 2016, only a few hours after checking into the Hotel Puri Rama in Kuta and was walking on Jalan Raya Kuta after a laundry truck that dragged the man down the road struck him.

Police say the man was rushed to a hospital, but died before arriving at a local hospital where his body remained unclaimed and unidentified for a number of days.

Police finally managed to identify the man after hotel employees reported that a guest had failed to return to his rooms and calls from Qatar Airways when the man failed to return to work after his brief holiday.

Police have taken the truck driver Yan Alexander Dasiskus Balbesi in to custody based on information provided by an eyewitness to the accident.

Balbesi was reported to be driving at 70 kilometers per hour when he struck Farhat and dragged his body for 3-meters underneath his truck.

Balbesi now faces criminal charges punishable by 5 years in prison.


Helping Tourism Take Flight
Indonesia Needs 50% Increase in Airline Seats in order to Achieve Targeted 20 Million Visitors by 2019

Indonesia’s Tourism Minister Arief Yahya projects that Indonesia needs 30 million airline seats if it is to achieve 20 million targeted tourists by 2019.

The Minister’s statement was made on Thursday, November 10, 2016, and quoted by Kompas.com

Yahya said: "Currently only 20 million airline seats are available, which is only enough to cater to 12 million foreign tourists. Thus, for the next three years, we will lack 10 million seats or 3.3 million seats per year."

In order to achieve the official targets, the Ministry is consulting with PT Angkasa Pura I and PT Angkasa Pura II - the State-owned companies that manages Indonesia’s airport on how to facilitate the extra flights Indonesia needs to grow its tourism sector.

Among the steps being undertaken include increasing available flight slots, with larger aircraft prioritized access to limited traffic rights.


A Lack of Regulation
Efforts to Prevent Sedimentation of Lake Batur Thwarted by Legal Complications

The sedimentation and resulting shallowness of Bali’s volcanic lake Batur appears to be worsening.

As reported by BaliPost.com, in order to prevent soil from farming plots from washing into the lake during heavy rains, retaining walls are being built on the shoreline.

Will this tactic bear fruit and reduce sedimentation? The head of the Bangli Regency Environmental Agency, Made Alit Parwata, said on Sunday, November 13, 2016: “Who has the authority to manage the lake? There are no regulations in place. Is the power with the region, province or national government? This is what prevent the building of retaining wall.”

Parwata said that the Minister of the Interior, Ministry of Forestry, the Environmental Agency and the National House of Representatives (DPR-RI) are seeking a legal basis for intervention. He said a new piece of enabling regulation was now in preparation.

While waiting for new legislation that would permit the building of the retaining wall, local officials and residents must content themselves with merely tending to plant growth on the lake's perimeter.

Parwata said the quality of the water at Lake Batur is sub-standard with ongoing efforts to educate the local populace not to dispose of waste and sewerage into the lake.

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Promoting Meetings in Nusa Dua
“Meet Bali – The Nusa Dua Meeting Guide” to be Published in Early 2017

The 10th edition of the Bali MICE Guide will be back in early 2017 with a new focus, as it becomes “Meet Bali – The Nusa Dua Meeting Guide.”

Dedicated exclusively to promoting hotels, meeting and sports facilities located within the Indonesian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) Complex – “Meet Bali – The Nusa Dua Meeting Guide” will be the only comprehensive handbook for meeting and conference planners chock-full of essential details needed for those contemplating an event or gathering in Nusa Dua.

In addition to sharing the quarter-century-long success story of Nusa Dua and the ITDC’s ranking as one of the world’s most preferred destination for meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE), the guide will have detailed information on accommodation providers, medical tourism, sports, shopping and dining options at Nusa Dua.

Distributed to MICE decision makers, the meeting guide will be put on the desk of planners and distributed at major MICE events in the Asia-Pacific region.

The guide has received an enthusiastic endorsement by ITDC.

Commenting on “Meet Bali – The Nusa Dua Meeting Guide,” John Daniels, the President Director of Bali Discovery Events, the company that leads the initiative, said: “Faced with the current over-supply of rooms, Bali must aggressively pursue the MICE sector in order to ensure both viable occupancy levels and average rates can be maintained. Fortunately, Bali is blessed with a MICE destination at Nusa Dua that is second to none that has hosted an unrivaled number of important summits and international events attended by leaders in business, the government sector and world leaders. The 10th edition of the Bali MICE Guide will focus only on Nusa Dua, helping to ensure that the ITDC complex retains and expands its supremacy in the national and international marketplace for meetings and conference.

For more information on “Meet Bali – the Nusa Dua Meeting Guide” contact Bali Discovery Events at +62-(0)361-286283 or email


 
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