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BALI UPDATE #1060 - 26 December 2016

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‘Tis the Season to be Hati-Hati
Bali Airport on Elevated Security Alert in Wake of National Crackdown on Terror Cells and Berlin Attack

NusaBali reports that following a terror-related incident in Berlin and recent terrorist arrests across the Indonesia Nation, Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport has been placed on a “yellow” alert (Siaga kuning).

A spokesman for Angkasa Pura I at Bali’s Airport, Rai Awaluddin, announced the heightened alert level on Wednesday, December 21, 2016. The alert has resulted in a larger police and armed forces presences at the airport and tightened inspection protocols for departing passengers

Meanwhile, Bali’s Airport braced itself for the seasonal inundation of passengers over the Christmas and New Years Holiday – one of the busiest travel periods in Bali.


At Your Full Service
Qantas Recommits to Year-Round Service Between Sydney and Bali

Newscom.au reports that the Australian airline Qantas is gearing up to re-establish a stronger presence in Bali after a successful season of summer holiday flights.

Qantas said its current seasonal service between Sydney and Bali scheduled to end in March 2017 will  be continued and offered on a year-round basis.

Flights will be operated on two-class Boeing 737 on a full-fare fashion meaning passengers will be given baggage allowances, in-flight entertainment, and food and drinks.

Qantas will fly depart each week from Sydney on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

Qantas will also continue to operate more than 60 flights every week to Bali via it budget carrier subsidiary Jetstar.


Selecting Tourism's Winners
Indonesia Travel & Tourism Award Recipients 2016

At a gala award ceremony held at the Ritz-Carlton Jakarta on December 14, 2016, the Indonesia Travel and Tourism Awards (ITTA) were presented to those voted “best” in the national tourism sector.

In all, 53 winners were called to the stage to receive recognition in their respective fields. Selection of award recipients took place in a four-phase process that includes self-nomination and payment of a registration fee, online voting, independent evaluation by the BINUS School, and a final review by the ITTA Board of Advisors.

The Winners of the 2016 Indonesian Travel & Tourism Awards:
  1. Indonesia Leading Cruise Operator: Scoot Fast Cruises
  2. Indonesia Leading Theme Park: Elephant Safari Park Lodge Bali
  3. Indonesia Leading Tourist Activity: Bali Adventure Tours
  4. Indonesia Leading Tour Operator: Destination Asia Indonesia
  5. Indonesia Leading Inbound Travel Agent: Bali Raja Holiday
  6. Indonesia Leading Outbound Travel Agent: Panorama Tours Indonesia
  7. Indonesia Leading Online Travel Agent: Tiket.com
  8. Indonesia Leading Coach/Bus Company: White Horse Group
  9. Indonesia Leading Taxi/Limousine Company: Blue Bird
  10. Leading International Airline: Singapore Airlines
  11. Leading International Low Cost Airline: Air Asia
  12. Indonesia Leading Low Cost Airline: Citilink Indonesia
  13. Leading Regional Airline: Silk Air
  14. Leading Business Class Airline: Etihad Airways
  15. Indonesia Airline Of The Year: Garuda Indonesia
  16. Indonesia Leading MICE Venue: Crowne Plaza Semarang
  17. Indonesia Leading New MICE Venue: The Trans Resort Bali
  18. Indonesia Leading MICE Hotel: Discovery Hotel & Convention Ancol
  19. Indonesia Leading Exhibition Center: Balai Sidang Jakarta Convention Center
  20. Indonesia Leading Serviced Apartment & Suite: Fraser Residence Menteng
  21. Indonesia Leading Serviced Apartment Brand: Frasers Hospitality
  22. Indonesia Leading Independent Hotel: The Arista Hotel Palembang
  23. Indonesia Leading New Hotel Management: Amithya Hotel Internasional
  24. Indonesia Leading Syariah Hotel: Sofyan Hotel Betawi
  25. Indonesia Leading New Development Hotel Chain: Hotel Indonesia Group
  26. Indonesia Leading Global Hotel Chain: Louvre Hotels Group
  27. Indonesia Leading Regional Hotel Chain: Topotels Hotels & Resorts
  28. Indonesia Leading Mid Range Hotel Chain: Asiawood Hotel Management
  29. Indonesia Leading Local Hotel Chain: Parador Hotels & Resorts
  30. Indonesia Leading Lifestyle Hotel Chain: PHM Hospitality
  31. Indonesia Leading Airport Hotel: Swiss-Belhotel Airport Jakarta
  32. Indonesia Leading Boutique Hotel: Mesastila Hotel & Resort Magelang
  33. Indonesia Leading Business Hotel: Hotel Borobudur Jakarta
  34. Indonesia Leading City Hotel: The Papandayan Hotel
  35. Indonesia Leading Lifestyle Hotel: Jambuluwuk Oceana Resort Lombok
  36. Indonesia Leading Design Hotel: b Hotel Bali & Spa
  37. Indonesia Leading Green Hotel: The Sultan Hotel & Residence
  38. Indonesia Leading Luxury Hotel: The Ritz Carlton Jakarta Mega Kuningan
  39. Indonesia Leading Beach Resort: Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel
  40. Indonesia Leading Family Resort: The Westin Resort Nusa Dua Bali
  41. Indonesia Leading Golf Resort: Royal Tulip Gunung Geulis
  42. Indonesia Leading Luxury Resort: InterContinental Bali Resort
  43. Indonesia Leading Spa Resort: Karma Kandara
  44. Indonesia Leading Thematic Resort: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa
  45. Indonesia Leading Boutique Resort: Puri Gangga Resort Ubud
  46. Indonesia Leading Romantic Villa: The Gangsa Private Villa by Kayumanis
  47. Indonesia Leading Luxury Villa: Banyan Tree Ungasan
  48. Indonesia Leading 4 Star Hotel: Four Points by Sheraton Surabaya
  49. Indonesia Leading 5 Star Hotel: JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta
  50. Indonesia Villa Of The Year: Villa Kayu Raja
  51. Indonesia Resort Of The Year: The Gangsa Private Villa by Kayumanis
  52. Indonesia Hotel Of The Year: The Ritz Carlton Jakarta, Mega Kuningan
  53. Indonesia Leading Bank in Tourism: BNI


Rehearsal Dinner for New Year’s Eve
Join December 30, 2016 Holiday Dinner at Agendaz Beach Club at Nusa Dua and Help Solemen Indonesia

Celebrate the approaching end of 2016 in style while at the same time assisting the many local humanitarian projects of Solemen Indonesia with dinner on Friday, December 30, 2016 at the AGENDAZ Beach Club at The Bay in Nusa Dua.

A Holiday Season Buffet complemented with a glass of Cape Discovery Wine will be served from 6:00 pm for only Rp. 350,000 per person or VIP tickets at Rp. 450,000 including three glasses of wine.

d entertainment will be on offer until late with an all-star list of entertainment throughout the evening that includes Balinese traditional dances, music by the Rio Sidik Quartet, water drums and a DJ.

ted to appear are the Australian dual of Kate Lara and Antonio Villano. Powerful performers who repertoire covers almost every musical genre from classical, to Broadways and contemporary hits – Kate and Antonio have a large and enthusiastic Indonesian fan base resulting from their many past charity performances on the island.

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Detonation Denied
Bali Bomb Squad Defuses Low Explosive Device Left in Local Cafe

The Bali Police Bomb Squad was summoned on Tuesday, December 21, 2016, to Jalan Raya Banjar Lungsiakan, Dewata, Ubud when a backpack bearing a label saying “Bomb” was left in a local restaurant.

The backpack was isolated, examined and neutralized by bomb technicians who found the bag contained low explosives in the form of fireworks.

Suara Pembaruan reported that the Ubud Police Precinct confirmed that the bag contained pyrotechnics, three nails and a trigger powered by a solar panel. The small device was rigged to explode as it was exposed to an increasing amount of sunlight.

The suspicious backpack, with the word "bomb" written on its exterior, was discovered by the restaurant’s owner on his doorstep as he opened for business. The man immediately alerted police and ensured that his staff coming to work stayed temporarily well clear of the eatery.

Police say the passport of Dutch tourist was found in the bag. The Dutch national had several days earlier reported the theft of a bag containing his passport and personal electronic devices.

Police and anti-terror specialists continue to try to track the person who left the bag at the restaurant.


End 2016 in High Style
Celebrate New Years Eve at OPIA - High Atop Jimbaran Bay, Bali

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Usher in 2017 by celebrating the New Yea at Jimbaran’s newest and most exciting dining and relaxation venue – OPIA!

Brand new and opened only in December 2016, OPIA is perched on the ledge of the Jimbaran quarry – a stone hewned stage for a dynamic new culinary experience. Dining by either day or night, guests can sip a molecular cocktail while enjoying Asian-inspired share plates and sharing and unequaled view of South Bali.

Sunset cocktails herald in memorable tropical evenings of OPIA signature dishes punctuated by quality wines used to toast life and the moonlit sky.

Executive Chef, Nicolas Lazzaroni - well known to discerning Bali diners via his past engagements at Bridges Bali, Uma Cucina and Settimo Ceilo - has crafted a menu that complements the magic surroundings of Jimbaran. Using local and ethnically sourced produce and seafood, the results are a refined Asian-inspired menu that encourages sharing. The menu focuses on serving a contrast of textures, flavors, and colors. All dishes are plated in keeping with theme of “modern nature” – highlighting the venue’s natural beauty.

Unique to OPIA is its “OPIA on the Sea” – based on a catamaran vessel that sails each evening at 5:00 pm from Serangan Bay where a sumptuous on-deck dinner of freshly grilled seafood, barbecued meats, tantalizing salads and tropical fruits served are washed down with delicious wines.

New Years Eve at OPIA

See the Old Year out and the New Year Out in style on Saturday, December 31, 2016, at OPIA.

ing starts with cocktails and canapés from 7:30 pm, followed by a four-course family-style set menu. As midnight approaches, enjoy complimentary a sparkling wine toasts while you dance the night away with a live international DJ performance DINKA Sound and jazz presented by trumpet legend Rio Sidik.

s Eve at OPIA costs Rp. 1.2 million net per person and includes pre-dinner cocktails, dinner, a midnight toast with sparkling wine and musical entertainment.


OPIA Dining Destination
Jalan Bukit Permai No. 2
Jimbaran, Bali 80361
Telephone ++62-(0)361-4724298
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The Beauties and the Beasts
Davina Bertha Chosen Miss Bali During Gala Evening Finals Held at Bali Safari & Marine Park

The Bali Agung Theater at the Bali Safari & Marine Park was the venue for the final selection of Puteri Bali 2016 (Ms. Bali 2016) on Saturday, December 3, 2016 where Davina Bertha won the right to represent  Bali’s as its cultural ambassador for the coming year, travel internationally and across Indonesia to promote Bali tourism, and represent Bali in the coming Miss Indonesia pageant.

g woman considered having the poise, grace and breadth of knowledge to represent the Island was chosen from among 10 finalists representing the municipalities and regencies of Bali during a grueling one-week-long seclusion and selection process. During the period, the group of ingénues attended educational and finishing sessions intended to refine and polish them into worthy representatives of the world’s most famous island. Challenging the contestants’ readiness to face new challenges and learn more about the natural world, the women spent a day with nature at the Bali Safari & Marine Park where they became trainee Mahouts for a day getting hands-on experience that included bathing and cutting the nails of the large Sumatran elephants temporarily placed in their care.

Interviews, challenges and testing all led up to a very tension-filled Final Night held on stage before the 1,200 seats of the Bali Theatre. Spectacular in every detail, each of the 12 finalists were introduced one by one and collectively to the audience interspersed dramatic scenes presented by the hundreds of dancers and musicians who perform in the daily Bali Agung Show at the Park.

When the panel of judges announced their final selection, Devina Bertha, a student of business and economics at Bali’s Udayana University emerged as the woman allowed to wear the crown of Miss Bali for the coming year. Named first runner-up was Lylik and Sanitca as second runner-up.

William Santoso, General Manager of the Bali Safari & Marine Park and who also served on the blue-ribbon panel of judges, expressed the Park’s delight at being able to cooperate with the Miss Bali-Indonesia Foundation and Wisurya Events in hosting the final gala evening of the contest. Adding: “Bali Safari & Marine Park was deeply honored to be able to welcome such a distinguished group of talented young women in a process that resulted in the choice of the next Miss Bali. We hope that the contestants’ exposure to the Park’s message of environmental sustainability and concern for endangered species will help Devina Bertha to popularize the ‘Green Bali’ campaign popularized by Bali’s Governor.”

The Gala evening was made all the more glamorous via its setting on the stage of the Bali Agung Theater where the 10 contestants went through their paces performing a dazzling dance performance supported by the venue’s state-of-the-art sound and lighting technology. Also adding the glamour and excitement of the evening were compelling vignettes from the Bali Agung Show, and appearances by such well-known entertainers as Balawan, Ayu Kamaratih, Angga and Keisha Pallar. 


Your Jobs are Safe
Indonesian Government Claims News of Target of 10 Million Chinese Tourists a Hoax as Efforts Underway to Quell Growing Fears of Massive Influx of Illegal Chinese Workers

As reported by detik.com, Indonesia’s Minister of Tourism Arief Yahya is dismissing concerns that the rapid increase in tourists from Mainland China will lead to a large number of illegal Chinese workers in Indonesia.

In order to quell growing concerns among the Indonesian public that Indonesia would be inundated by illegal workers from China, the Ministry of Tourism is now claiming earlier reports that the Ministry was targeting 10 million Chinese tourists arrivals year, the Secretary of the Presidential Cabinet is now claiming the 10 million target, widely reported in the national press, was a hoax. (See related Article below)

As a result of tourism promotion programs and additional flights between Indonesia and China, the number of Chinese tourists has moved into the most dominant position as total approach 2 million.

Tourism Minister Yahya dismissed fears regarding a major influx of illegal Chinese worker in Indonesia assuring the public that the police and immigration have measures in place to prevent the unauthorized employment of foreign nationals.

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A Google Guide to Bali
Google Search Application Instantly Shows Visitors What to Do and See on the World’s Best Island

Google Indonesia is in the midst of a campaign to increase tourism awareness via the hash tag #SelealuTauyanSeru# (#AlwaysKnowWhat’sHot#) using a Google Application that alerts people on their hand-held devices of interesting, enticing and exciting places in proximity to their current position.

Launched in October 2016, this campaign uses Google Search and filters customized for the Indonesian market, including the ability to issue voice commands in the Indonesian language. Users can ask for recommendations on the best route to a specific destination, information on a specific type of restaurant or suggestions on local points of interest. Google App will also open telephone applications, send an SMS or order transportation services.

Users who simply mention the name of a restaurant or hotel will instantly gain access to relevant websites, reviews, photographs, opening hours and maps showing the best route from their present location.

The new Google App is now available in Indonesia in Bali, Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya, Yogyakarta, and Medan.


Welcoming the Prince of Peace
Governor, Police and Military Leadership Personally Tour Christian Places of Worship on Christmas Eve

Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika, accompanied by the Head of the 9th Udayana Military Command Major General Kustanto Widiatomo and the outgoing Chief of the Provincial Police, Sugeng Priyanto, conducted a personal tour of Christian places of worship on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2016.

As reported by Beritabali.com, Governor Pastika told the media after visiting the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Denpasar that he hoped the spirit of Christmas would inspire and motivate everyone to live more peaceful lives

At the same time, the Governor asked the police and military to cooperate in safeguarding Bali over the Christmas and New Year period.

Also speaking to the press, the Chief of Police for Bali, General Priyanto, said security conditions remained under control and safe for the coming holidays.

He confirmed that extra personnel had been deployed at places of worship and other locales that are potential terrorist targets.


Floods and Sludge Close Bedugul Gardens
Bedugul Botanical Gardens Closed Due to Landslides and Flooding

Flooding and landslides in the Candi Kuning area of Baturiti have temporarily isolated the Bedugul Botanical Gardens (Eka Karya Bedugul).

Balipost.com reports that the sacred Teratai Bang Temple (Pura Teratai Bang) at the Botanical Gardens has suffered landslides and flooding leaving large areas now under mud.

Bedugul Botanical Garden was declared closed on Thursday, December 22, 2016 until further notice to allow time for the large clean up and repair work at the Gardens that is being thwarted by a lack of large earth-moving equipment.

The head of the Bedugul Botanical Gardens, Bayu Adjie, confirmed the closure of the popular tourist destination until the landslides and damage can be cleared in an ongoing effort undertaken by the public, armed forces, and the Disaster Management Agency.

Some estimate that the clean up will take approximately 10 days meaning the Botanical Gardens will only be open to the public again in the first week of 2017.


The Blind Shall See, The Deaf Shall Hear
Bali Safari and Marine Park Makes World Famous Bali Agung Performance Accessible to Disabled Children

Hundreds of disabled children afflicted by blindness or deafness from the Special Education Schools (SLB) in Jimbaran and Gianyar were recently hosted to a special performance of the Bali Agung Show – a spectacular stage presentation held every day at 2:30 pm, except Mondays, at the Bali Safari and Marine Park.

Without exception, the children were mesmerized with the advanced stagecraft and artistry showcased by more than 200 performers at the Bali Theater that retells the magical and romantic tale of an ancient Balinese King Prabu Jaya Pangus.

ral Manager of the Bali Safari and Marine Park, William Santoso, said the decision to host the large gathering of disabled children forms just one part of the 9th anniversary celebrations of the Park and a larger company-wide commitment operating under the theme: “Dare to Care.”

Said Santoso: “This is just one part of a larger program of Bali Safari and Marine Parks to assist the blind and hearing impaired in order to ensure our many attractions remain accessible to all. At the same time, we undergo continual assessment by the Tri Hita Karana Foundation that focuses on our ability to maintain a correct balance with nature, the community and the Almighty.”

continued, saying the Bali Safari and Marine Park is the first performance venue on the Island that can claim to provide full service to the disabled. “We have installed special screens featuring interpretive sign language for members of the deaf community who want to watch the show,” he explained.

Live naration of the action taking place on the stage was provided for the visually impaired children.

Meanwhile, the chairman of the Tri Hita Karana Foundation, IGN Wisnu Wardana, announced that 2016 was designated as the year to make tourism accessible and enjoyable to all. Adding: “Bali, as a tourism destination, must set an example. The Bali Safari and Marine Park has done this through establishing a trend for others to follow in 2017 to make tourism attractions accessible to the disabled. As the chairman of the Tri Hita Karana Bali Foundation charged with the accreditation of tourism attractions and hotels, I take pride in what is being done by the management of the Bali Safari and Marine Park.”

the head of the Pembina Jimbaran Junior High School (SMP Pembina Jimbaran), said the accessibility provided by the Bali Safari and Marine Park is helping to motivate and instill self-confidence in his disabled students. ”I wish to express my appreciation for the opportunity given by the Park. This opportunity serves as a practical life lesson for our children. Those students who have encountered obstacles in undertaking their studies can now directly obtain a direct understanding at the Park. My hope is that this program of accessibility is continued in the future and does not stop here,” said Murdani.


Working Holidays Not Allowed
Immigration On Alert to Prevent Illegal Foreign Workers in Indonesia

Detik.com reports that the Director General of immigration, Ronnie Franky Sompie, has announced that he will evaluate the visa-free system now in operation in Indonesia in order to determine if it is value to the nation.

“An evaluation of the free visa system will be done. This will let us know if this policy is useful,” said Sompie in a public forum held in Jakarta on Saturday, December 24, 2016.

Ronny Sompie told the gathering that with the current visa-free system means that Indonesian authorities essentially lose track and the ability to supervise foreigners once they have entered the country. Because of this, the Director General of Immigration and former Chief of Police for Bali claims steps need to be taken to avoid losses to the Country caused by the misuse of the visa facility.

At the same public forum, the chairman of Commission IX of the Indonesian House of Representatives (DPR-RI), Dede Jusuf, said the current visa policy is at the root of a large number of illegal foreign workers in Indonesia.

Sompie said the Immigration Department had deported 7,787 foreigners in 2016, including 1,837 who were refused entry to Indonesia. He said that the effort to control foreigners visiting Indonesia was being aided by advanced IT technologies in use by his Department.

He said that IT technology was also being used by immigration to prevent Indonesian nationals going abroad to work without complete detail in hand beforehand regarding their place of foreign employment.

Sompie said that Indonesia operates 131 checkpoints comprised of 29 immigration posts in place at airports and the remaining 102 at seaports or border crossings.

“We want to develop our efforts to prevent violations in the law by foreigners or instances in which foreigners usurp opportunities that are the right of Indonesian citizens,” said Sompie. 


Christmas is for Children
Grand Hyatt Bali Hosts 400 Kids at it Annual Christmas Party

On Monday, December 12, 2016, nearly 400 deserving children representing the entire range of religions found in Indonesia were hosted to a Christmas party at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Nusa Dua.

Dubbed “A Day of Cheer for Our Little VIPS” the party for underprivileged children is a longstanding tradition of the Resort dating from 1992 when it was first conceived by Peter Stettler, who has since risen through the ranks to become area vice president for Indonesia for Hyatt Hotels.

s for the last 24 years, the day is for celebrating fun, games and togetherness. In cooperation with the Rotary Club Bali Nusa Dua and Golden Bird Bali who provided transportation for the day of fun, games and food in the lavish Karangasem Ballroom of the hotel.

from 15 orphanages and schools for the disadvantaged across Bali were invited to join the day, including children from Maria Goretti Orphanage - an institution supported by Grand Hyatt Bali; YPAC, an institution for disabled children; and Mercy Indonesia, an organization that cares for children who are refugees from the conflict areas of East Timor and Atambua.

ing greeted by members of the Sales and Human Resources teams, the children were taken to game rooms where they could participate in various games and win prizes provided by different departments at Grand Hyatt Bali. In addition to lavish and festive decorations and a scrumptious buffet, the highlight of the event was the talent show, which was performed by the children for the children. The event concluded with a visit from Santa Claus and his helpers, who handed out surprise goodie bags for everyone before bidding the children farewell.


An Unending Saga
State’s Ombudsman Joins Polemic Over Mall Level 21 and Cinema 21 Complex in Denpasar, Bali

RadarBali.com reports that in the midst of a certain reluctance by the Denpasar Attorney General’s Office to investigate a number of alleged zoning and licensing violations committed by the newly-opened Mall Level 21, pressure is growing from many quarters for stern enforcement steps to be taken against the mall and municipal officials who issued permits for the business.

With prosecutors in Denpasar promising to look into the case, the National Ombudsman Office in Bali is expressing a growing interest the controversial shopping mall.

The head of the Ombudsman Office in Bali, Umar Ibnu Alkhatab, told the press that he has begun to study the circumstances surrounding Mall Level 21’s compliance with the law. “I have already studied (the case) and am almost finished. We are working to get the study done as quickly as possible. If we can, it will be finished in early 2017,” said Umar on December 24, 2016.

Umar revealed that his office has uncovered a number of documents connected with the licensing of Mall Level 21 that will form the basis of recommendations to prosecutors made by the Ombudsman’s Office. Adding: “Later, we will issue recommendations to the Mayor, regional government or law enforcement agencies. What’s clear, we will issue a set of recommendations.”

The Ombudsman Office representative told the press he has received numerous complaints from the public regarding the Mall Level 21. While his office continues to study the case, he called on State Prosecutors to participate in investigating alleged irregularities in the licensing, construction and operation of Denpasar’s newest mall.

Allegation have surfaced that the management of the Mall and the Denpasar officials supervising its construction and operation have ignored rules on zoning by creating a structure at significant variance with the approved architectural drawings; failING to provide the required minimal 150 parking spaces (20% parking to total building area); and is operating a new cinema in violation municipal rules.

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More Domestic and International Christmas Visitors
Air Traffic Increased 5-6% on Christmas Eve at Bali’s Airport

Operations at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport were termed “normal” by airport management on Christmas Day, December 25, 2016, with the through-flow of both domestic and international passengers proceeding normally.

Metrobali.com quotes an airport source as saying passenger numbers peaked on Friday, December 23, 2016.

Data provided by the Coordinated Monitoring Station for Christmas and New Year 2016/2017 recorded 108 domestic flights landing on December 24th – an increase of 7% over the same day in 2015 when 101 domestic flights landed in Bali.

Correspondingly, the total number of passengers arriving on domestic flights on Christmas Eve totaled 16,943 increasing 6% from the 15.987 passengers in 2015.

International flights arrivals on December 24, 2016 increased 6% with 73 flights carrying 14,588 passengers – a total that was 3% more than the number of international passengers who arrived on the day before Christmas in 2015.
 


Performing Above the Average
Bali Economy Grew 6.17% in Q3 2016

Tempo.co reports that economic growth in Bali for Q3 of 2016 averaged 6.17% - measurably better than the 5.02% national average for the same period.

The manager of the Bali branch of Bank Indonesia, Causa Iman Karana, commented: "The growth, however, was slower than 6.54 percent in the previous quarter."

Karana blamed the lower growth rate on poor performance in the public sector, reduced activity by non-profit agencies, lower household consumption, reduced investment and reduced retail activity.

Bank Indonesia is estimating that Bali will end Q4 with a growth rate of 6.06-6.46% with the tourism sector expected to demonstrate strong growth. 


Oh, Come All Ye Faithful
Bali’s Airport Adopts a Yuletide Theme for Christmas 2016

The Christmas Spirit was not only felt in many homes, hotels and businesses across Bali this year, but also dominated the atmosphere at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport where a “magical Christmas” theme was adopted by the air gateway’s managers.

Beritabali.com quoted the commercial manager of the Airport, Rahadian D. Yogisworo, saying on Christmas Day: “We wish to warmly welcome passengers in a festive atmosphere. We have not only installed abundant decorations, but also introduced a number of interesting activities for the passengers.”

Santa Claus dioramas, hanging garlands and Christmas trees were in evidence throughout Bali’s airport. A Yuletide photo booth was put in operation, an acoustic band performed holiday music, face painting activities held for children, lucky draws and souvenir gifts given by Santa Claus – all added to the festive atmosphere for those arrviing or departing Bali's airport over the Christmas period.


Oh Tannebaum, Oh Tannebaum
Catholic Church in West Bali Created Christmas Trees from Recycled Trash

The Roman Catholic Church of Santo Petrus (St. Peters) in Banjar Tengar at Negara is welcomED Christmas and New Years with all the traditional festivities together with a new and very innovative competition encouraging the younger generation to make decorations from recycled materials.

Metrobali.com reports that the entries in the competition to create a Christmas tree made of recycled materials resulted in trees that were as colorful as they were creative.

The chairman of the contest committee, Donatus Openg, said: “This Christmas Tree making competition is intended to tighten the bonds of friendship among members of the congregation. It is also aimed to increase concern for the environment.”

Openg said the idea of a contest creating Christmas trees from discarded trash came to him when he saw the waste in plastic and paper left behind after every church service. Adding: “Usually we burn the trash after the service. But this year we’ve agreed to use the trash in an artistic way.”

The winners of the contest were evaluated on their level of demonstrated creativity, overall cleanliness of the display and the degree of difficulty overcome in creating the Christmas tree,

One team of eight led by Amrosius Nuriyanto used 8 kilograms of old newspapers to make their tree that stands 3 meters high.

Another team captained by Paulus Made Muriyadi created a 3-meter tree from hundreds of discarded plastic mineral bottles. The bottles were gathered from weeks of church services to create a tree that was painted and festooned with holiday lights.


A Blast from the Past to Present
Police Outlaw Sales and Use of Fireworks over 2-Inches in Length on New Years Eve in Bali

As in years past, the Bali Provincial Police Command have again issued regulations forbidding the sale and the use of firecrackers and pyrotechnic on New Years Eve.

A spokesman for the Bali Police, AA Made Sudana, told Beritabali.com that fireworks measuring between 2 and 8 inches in length require a special permit issued by the Security and Intelligence Division (Baintelkam) at National Police Headquarters to sell, purchase or use such materials and are typically only issued in conjunction with a public fireworks display.

For reasons of public safety, the general public is only allowed to purchase fireworks measuring less than 2 inches in length.

Police say they are keeping a close watch on those who sell fireworks and will conduct raids in areas they suspect are being used for the storage and sale of illegal fireworks.


 
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Bali Update #1062
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Bali Update #1059
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Bali Update #1058
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Bali Update #1055
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Bali Update #1053
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Bali Update #1052
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Bali Update #1051
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Bali Update #1050
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Bali Update #1021
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Bali Update #1020
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Bali Update #1006
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Bali Update #1005
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Bali Update #1004
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Bali Update #1002
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Bali Update #1000
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Bali Update #997
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Bali Update #980
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Bali Update #978
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Bali Update #971
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Bali Update #969
March 30, 2015

Bali Update #968
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Bali Update #966
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Bali Update #965
March 02, 2015

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February 23, 2015

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Bali Update #962
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Bali Update #961
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Bali Update #955
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Bali Update #931
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Bali Update #929
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Bali Update #923
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March 30, 2014

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March 10, 2014

Bali Update #913
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Bali Update #912
February 24, 2014

Bali Update #911
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Bali Update #903
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Bali Update #893
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Bali Update #891
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Bali Update #890
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Bali Update #887
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Bali Update #886
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Bali Update #884
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Bali Update #875
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Bali Update #870
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Bali Update #862
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Bali Update #861
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Bali Update #860
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Bali Update #859
February 18, 2013

Bali Update #858
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Bali Update #857
February 04, 2013

Bali Update #856
January 28, 2013

Bali Update #855
January 21, 2013

Bali Update #854
January 14, 2013

Bali Update #853
January 07, 2013

Bali Update #852
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Bali Update #851
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Bali Update #850
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Bali Update #783
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