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BALI UPDATE #1064 - 23 January 2017


In Support of Underground Movement
Officials Hope Work on a Traffic Underpass at Entrance to Bali’s Airport Can Start in 2018

The chairman of Commission III of the Bali House of Representatives (DPRD-Bali), Nengah Tamba, has voiced his support for plans to build an underpass at the traffic circle where the Bali Mandara Toll Road enters Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport.

As reported by, Tamba stressed that the construction of the underpass at the airport’s entrance is needed to reduce traffic congestion and not create a negative image of the island with the visiting tourists.

“At the very least, tourists leaving Bali can relax as they head for the airport. They shouldn't arrive at the airport feeling tense because of the traffic jams,” said Tamba.

The legislator said he hopes the feasibility study for building the proposed underpass can be completed in 2017.

Responding to Tamba, Putu Astawa, the chief of the Planning and Development for Bali said on Tuesday, January 17, 2017, “Hopefully the detailed engineering design and feasibility study are done this years and beginning in 2018 the underpass can be built.”

Seeking Approbation
Bali’s Governor Travels to Jakarta to Seek Transportation Ministry's Recommendation for New Airport at Kubutambahan, North Bali

With the status still uncertain of required recommendations for the new airport proposed for North Bali at Kubutambahan, Bali’s Governor Made Mangku Pastika flew to Jakarta on Thursday, January 19, 2016, to hold urgent meetings with the Minister of Transportation, Budi Karya, to seek the recommendations needed to allow the airport project to move ahead.

Bali Provincial spokesperson, Dewa Gede Mahendra Putra, told NusaBali that the Island’s administration want to accelerate the development of the Buleleng International Airport. For this reason, he explained, Governor Pastika, together with the Chief of Transportation for Bali, I Gusti Agung Sudarsana, traveled to Jakarta to pay a call on the Minister.

Mahendra told the press that in addition to the needed recommendation letters for a new airport in North Bali, the Governor also wants to discuss with the Miniatsre infrastructure and transportation affecting Bali. Adding, “For the Buleleng Airport, there is the problem of a location permit that has yet to be issued.”

On December 7, 2016, Bali’s Deputy-Governor Ketut Sudikerta traveled to Jakarta seeking the same letter of recommendation for a North Bali Airport from the Minister of Transportation. Sudikerta said that the recommendation letter is now on the Minister’s desk awaiting the final agreement from Budi Karya.

The planned airport near Kubutambahan is descried as a “floating air gateway” because plans call for the runway to be built on reclaimed land.

Complaining of the difficulties in lobbying the Ministry of Transportation, Sudikerta said he continues to work hard to obtain the necessary recommendation. Meanwhile, the Director General of Air Communication has already endorsed the project’s location at Kubutambahan, North Bali, to the Minister of Transportation.

The Province has also submitted documents to the Central Government expressing Bali’s preparedness to purchase 10-hectares of land needed for access to the proposed airport.

The proposed airport of the north is not without its detractors. Professor Dr. I Wayan Windia, chairman of Subak Research at Udayana University is urging rejection the plan for Bali’s second airport. Professor Windia has called on Indonesian President Joko Widodo to cancel plans for the reclamation of Benoa Bay in Bali and the development of the North Bali Airport. Windia is urging a pause in the rapid development of Bali, allowing other areas of Indonesia to enjoy the benefits of economic development.

Professor Windia complains that Bali is exceeding its carrying capacity and, as a result, putting the local culture under grave threat. Continuing his warning, Windia said the uncontrolled development of new hotels results in more trash, the intrusion of salt water into the water table, large migrant populations of non-Balinese, and the loss of 1,000 hectares of subak rice fields every year.

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The Pleasing Bouquet of Lingerie
Man in Ubud, Bali Arrested to Stealing Ladies Underwear ‘Online’

Local media in Bali reports that a 20-year-old man, I Wayan Widiana, was taken into custody by police in Ubud after he was caught stealing 3 pairs of ladies underwear drying on a clothesline.

Police in Ubud said that Widiana was driving on his motorcycle at around 10:00 am on Wednesday, January 18, 2017, when he was passing by a local boarding house in Ubud and saw ladies underpants drying in the yard. The young man was later caught on the property with women's underpants that he removed from the clothesline in his possession.

Police were called and Widiana, who hails from Banjar Selat in Payangan, Ubud, was arrested. Widiana told police he stole the garments because he wished to "smell their aroma."

Police, suspecting the young man suffers from a sexual fetish, called Widiana's family and asked that they seek help and guidance for their son.

Police continued to hold Widiana on Thursday, January 19th, a day after the theft occured. Police plan to bring the young man to a psychiatrist at Police Headquarters for further evaluation.

Conduct Unbecoming an Officer
Bali Police Officer Sentenced to 13 Years in Prison for Years Long Sexual Molestation of a Minor Child

A 56-year-old First Police Inspector Adjutant (Aiptu) I Ketut Ardana, also known as Jantuk Gula, was sentenced to 13-years in prison and fined Rp. 1 billion by the District Court in Semarapura, Klungkung Bali on January 19, 2017.

Ardana, once assigned as a police supervisor in the Klungkung Bali Police Precinct, was found guilty of the sexual molestation of a minor child over a number of years.

Prior to being sentenced by the Court, Ardana apologized for his acts and asked id the Court would consider punishing him with castration as a means of underlining his contrition and lessening any time behind bars.

As reported by NusaBali, the Court ignored the policeman’s request and found him guilty of violating the national law on the protection of children while serving in a position of public trust. The judge said Ardana repeatedly had sexual relations with the victim since 2012, when she was only 12-years-old, causing life-long trauma to his victim.

Ardana’s attorney was shocked by the severity of the sentence and said the verdict would be appealed.

The case of sexual molestation of a minor child came to light in June 2016 when the victim, identified only as I Komang BW, then 17-years-old, complained to authorities that she had become the sexual slave of Ardana while working as a domestic helper at the policeman’s home.

The policeman had threatened the girl, warning her not to publicly disclose her sexual enslavement. When nude pictures of the girl taken by the policeman began circulating on social media, child protection officers in Karangasem, Denpasar and Klungkung became active in bringing the case to justice

Ketut Ardana now faces a the prospect of an official ethical and moral review by the Police who must now consider his possible dismissal from the police and whether he will be entitled to receive a pension for his past public service.

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Turbulence Ahead?
Former Garuda Indonesia CEO Named Suspect in Major Corruption Case

The State News Agency Antara reports that the Anti-corruption Agency (KPK) has asked immigration authorities to place a travel ban on Emirsyah Satar, the former CEO of the State-owned Airline Garuda Indonesia, who has been formally named a suspect in a corruption case involving the purchase of Rolls-Royce aircraft engines.

The vice-chairman of the KPK, Laode M. Syarif, confirmed on Friday, January 20, 2017, that the travel ban on Satar were now in effect, requested from immigration before the charges against the former Garuda CEO were formally announced.

Immigration officials say the travel ban went into effect on January 16, 2017, and would remain in place for 6 months time. Officials were, however, unable to confirm whether or not Satar was currently in Indonesia or was abroad.

Emirsyah Satar has been interrogated several times by investigators at KPK. When asked if representatives from Rolls Royce will be questioned in the case, Laode said the KPK did not have the authority to summon officials of the engine manufacturer who will be questioned by the United Kingdom’s Serious Fraud Office who are expected to share information with Indonesian corruption investigators.

Emirsyah Satar is alleged to have received corrupt payments amounting to Rp. 20 billion and goods worth US$ 2 million in connection with the purchase of 50 Rolls-Royce engines for the Indonesian air carrier between 2005 and 2014.

Rolls-Royce has been fined 671 million GBP by the British courts in the past some for paying illegal bribes in Malaysia, Thailand, China, Brazil, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Iraq, and Angola.

The investigation against the former Garuda CEO was precipitated by information and evidence shared with Indonesian authorities by the UK’s Significant Fraud Office and Singapore’s Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau.

Subsequently, the KPK froze a number of foreign bank accounts and personal asset believed to be controlled by Emirsyah.

Emirsyah is suspected of violating sections of Indonesia’s corrupt practices law punishable by a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 20 years in prison and fines between Rp. 200 million and Rp. 1 billion.

Speaking to on Friday, January 20, 2017, Emirsyah said: “I have been named a suspect and this appears to be the right of the KPK. I will honor the legal process and cooperate with investigators to determine the validity of the charges . . . As far as I know, during my term as CEO of PT Garuda Indonesia, I never committed any corrupt act or accepted anything connected to my official position.”

Emirsyah Satar resigned his position as the head of the National Airline on December 8, 2014, and is widely credited with repositioning the airline’s troubled financial status and securing a top-ranking reputation among the world’s leading airlines.

Tiger Back from Brink
TigerAir Australia to Resume Bali Flights on February 3, 2017 reports that the Australian Airline TigerAir will resume flight operations to and from Bali on February 3, 2017.

This follows an abrupt suspension of flight services by TigerAir Australia on Wednesday, January 11, 2017, when it was determined that the Australian carrier was violating the terms of a charter agreement negotiated with the Indonesian authorities that forbid the sale of tickets from Indonesia to Australia.

Virgin Airlines – the affiliated company of TigerAir continues to transport Australian passengers stranded by the current suspension of flights until February 3rd when TigerAir can once again resume its Bali flights.

While TigerAir says the permission to resume flights to and from Bali comes after negotiating “new administrative requirements” with Indonesian aviation authorities, the Indonesian Government is adamant in insisting that the requirements are not “new” and the suspension of TigerAir flights was caused by the Australian carrier’s violation of its licensing rules.

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Have you Seen this Couple?
Police from Indonesia and Belgium Seeking Leads on Missing Belgium-German Couple

A Belgium-German couple, Yvan Meers and Lina Keil, are the subject of a manhunt by Indonesian and Belgium police as the result of losing contact with their families for several weeks during a holiday in Indonesia.

The couple was last seen on a Nusa Penida Beach in Bali on January 15-16, 2017 as a widespread campaign on Social Media is seeking information from the public in locating the couple.

NusaBali reports that two police officers from Belgium has traveled to Bali and is being assisted by Indonesian police is seeking leads on the whereabouts of Meers and Keil.

After an extensive search of Nusa Penida, police believe the couple left the Island on a boat headed for Padang Bai in East Bali.

The head of the local Police Precinct confirmed that a number of local residents had seen Meers and Keil on Nusa Penida visiting local tourist attractions and dining at local restaurants, using a rented motorcycle. Police confirmed the couple had enquired about the sailing schedule for the RoRo vessel sailing between Padang Bai in Bali and Nusa Penida.

When police checked the passenger manifest for the Nusa Jaya Abadi RoRo that sailed from Nusa Penida on January 16, 2017, at 3:00 pm they found the name “Lina” attributed to a German passenger. A man using the name “Mickey” and listing his nationality as German was also found, but no name resembling Yvan Meers’.

If the public sees a couple resembling the accompanying picture or identified as Yvan Meers and Lina Keil to contact the nearest police station.

Water, Women and Children
8th Denpasar Film Festival September 6-10, 2017

Now in its 8th year, the Denpasar Film Festival (DFF) returns in 2017 with the theme “Water, Women, and Children” (Air, Perempuan dan Anak Anak) seeking to cast a spotlight on the crisis of water shortages taking places in various regions across Indonesia and in Bali.

Dodek Febrriantow Sukahet, the DFF manager 2017, told “We see that the water crisis taking place is most felt by women and children. That is why we have adopted this theme for this year.”

As with past festivals, the DFF is supported by the Bali Gumanti Foundation and the Denpasar Culture Office in the event’s goals to educate, inspire and foster competition among filmmakers.

The main events of the Denpasar Film Festival 2017:
  • March 11, 2017 - Film Production Camp (Kemah Pelantikan Produksi Film) at Lake Buyan, Buleleng Regency
  • March 30, 2017 – Deadline for film entries for DFF 2017
  • September 5-15, 2017 – Project 88 Photo Exhibition
  • September 6-9, 2017 – Screening of finalist films
  • September 10, 2017 – Awards Night
Prize money of Rp. 75 million awaits the winning films at this year’s Denpasar Film Festival.

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The Middle Kingdom is Coming
Chinese Projected To Dominate Indonesian Arrivals with 2.453 Million Mainland Chinese Visitors in 2017 reports that the Indonesian Government is targeting to attract 2.453 million Mainland Chinese tourists in 2017 from the ambitious overall target of 15 million foreign tourists.

The Tourism Ministry's Deputy in charge of International Marketing, I Gde Pitana, said the government’s target of Chinese tourists will make the Mainland Chinese the lead market among the five leading inbound markets to Indonesia after Singapore (2.275 million), Europe and America (2.198 million), Australia 1.816 million and Malaysia (1.772 million).

For targeting purposes, the Tourism Ministry now groups all of Europe and the Americas into a single source cluster.

In 2016, Mainland Chinese tourist ranked #4 after Singapore, Malaysia and Australia.

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More Rooms in Jimbaran
AYANA Adds 120 More Rooms at Rimba Resort

The AYANA Resort and Spa Bali has launched an additional 120 new guest rooms in their new RIMBA Tower at Rimba East on December 22, 2016.

Adopting a “Back to Nature” and “Calming” design approach, the new rooms and surrounding areas blend in naturally with the surrounding forests.

The new rooms have private balconies offering sunset, ocean or forest views.

Each room is equipped with the latest technology gadgetry, fine textiles, artisan lighting effects and tropical woods.

Selected rooms from among the new collection enjoy direct access to a new treetop swimming pool. The pool with its infinity design allows guests to feel they are floating in the treetops. Marble bathrooms boast circular ceramic sinks, a stand-alone bathtub, and sparkling silver bath fixtures.

The New Tower at RIMBA has a dedicated lobby and reception area for exclusive check-in and checkout service.

A Sky Bridge connects the new RIMBA East to the Main Hotel.

The new rooms bring the RIMBA room count to 403 rooms and suites.

Every Flavor is a Story
Ubud Food Festival Explores Indonesia’s Rich Diversity May 12-14, 2017

The Ubud Food Festival (UFF) returns to Central Bali May 12-14, 2017 with a new theme of “Every Flavor is a Story” reflecting the rich cultural stories behind the many culinary traditions found across the Indonesian Republic.

The 2016 event attracted some 8,000 international “foodies” to the UFF.

Janet DeNeefe, the Founder and Director of the UFF explained: “Every flavor is a story” is a theme that celebrates Indonesia’s rich culinary heritage where every dish, recipe, and tradition has its own story with unique historical, geographical and cultural nuances. DeNeefe said that Indonesian food always shares the story of a journey starting from farmer's plots and livestock owners to the enjoyment delivered to the dinner table.

As in years past, the UFF will offer unrivaled Indonesian culinary adventures over the three days of the Festival. In keeping with its reputation as Indonesia’s biggest culinary festival, UFF is inviting iconic representatives to appear and share their insights and kitchen secrets. Also on hand at UFF will be leading restaurateurs, food manufacturers, and producers, food writers and gourmands.

During the three-day event, visitors will also be able to join forums, cooking demonstrations, workshops, special events, food markets, musical performances and film showings.

Among those slated to attend Ubud in May: Tasia and Gracia Seger who are also known as the “Spice Sisters” who recently won a nationwide cooking contest in Australia. Professor Winarno, an acknowledge expert on tempe. And the “jungle chef” of Papua - Charles Toto who will introduce unique dishes made from the produce and heritage of Indonesia’s most easternmost province.

International cooking celebrities expected at UFF are Bo Songvisava and Dylan Jones the inspirational leaders of the Bo.lan Restaurant in Bangkok -now ranked among the 50 best restaurants in Asia by S. Pellegrino & Acqua Panna. Chef Bo and Dylan will appear in a special “street food event” together with Indonesian cooking legend Will Meyrick at his famed Ubud eatery – “Hujan Locale.”

Back also in 2017 will be the “Kitchen Stage” presenting Indonesian language cooking demonstration. This year  look for appearances by Made Runatha and Made Januar from MOKSA; Chef Made Lugra from The Ayung Resorts; and Made Surjaya from The Standing Stones.

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Due for an Extended Absence from Bali
Balinese Man Working on International Cruise Ship Facing Long Prison Term for Sex with an Underage Child

A 26-year-old Balinese seaman working as a cruise ship waiter on board Holland America’s MS Veendam has been arrested by Broward County Sheriff Authorities (Florida) on charges of lewd and lascivious conduct with a minor between the age of 12 and 15 years.

Gede Sukrantara has been charged with locking himself in a bathroom on the ship with a 15-year-old girl where the Balinese allegedly engaged in an act of oral sex with the girl.

Sukantara is married and hails from Desa Giri Emas in Buleleng, North Bali.

According to 10-ABC and other news sources, the young girl reported the incident to cruise ship staff the day after the incident. The Ship’s Command then took Sukrantara into custody and handed him to Sheriff Authorities when the ship docked in Florida.

The incident took place on board the ship on Sunday, January 15, 2017.

The father of the child has told police he wants to prosecute the cruise employee.

Sukrantara is now held being held in a maximum-security jail facility adjacent to the Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale awaiting formal arraignment.

In 2015, another Balinese cruise workers, 29-year-old Ketut Pujayasa, was sentenced to 30 years and 5 months in prison after he was convicted of a violent assault and rape of a passenger on board the Holland American cruise ship Nieuw Amsterdam for an attack committed on February 14, 2015.

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Charity on Wheels
Bali Dynasty Resort Dedicates Itself to Disadvantaged Residents Through Support of Solemen Indonesia

Celebrating one-year’s support for Solemen Indonesia -  The Bali Dynasty Resort in Kuta has donated a brand new courtesy car to the well-known philanthropic organization.

The car will be used to transport the needy and their families from remote areas around Bali to the main hospital in Denpasar for essential diagnosis and treatment – just a part of the wide-ranging humanitarian assistance extended to more than 900 “SoleBuddies” living in every corner of the Island.

Over the past year, The Bali Dynasty Resort has raised in excess of Rp. 300 million and has committed to assisting 5 "Solebuddies" with their ongoing long-term medical treatment or educational needs. In real terms, aids to the needy through the “SoulNeeds” program includes providing items such as wheelchairs, prosthetic legs, mattresses and essential medicines that make a lasting impact on the lives of the Island’s less fortunate residents.

At The Bali Dynasty, the “SoleNeeds” program is promoted through a twice-weekly Quiz Night at Gracie Kelly’s that secures generous donations from guests visiting the hotel’s authentic Irish pub. Quiz nights are held every Tuesday and Thursday starting 7:30 pm and are open to both hotel guests and the general public.

The hotel also participates in the “Adopt a SoleTeddy” program selling plush stuffed bears at the front desk.

Guests are also encouraged to make a non-compulsory $2 donation upon check out from The Bali Dynasty Resort.

Recognized as one of Bali’s best known and trusted charities, Solemen was founded in 2010 by life-long humanitarians Robert Epstone and Beat Schmid de Gruneck. A Bali-based non-profit organization cooperating with accredited agencies working to alleviate suffering among the disadvantaged in Bali, Solemen operates a sustainable nutrition program together with direct assistance to some of the island’s neediest families.

Solemen Website

Caught in the Act
Algerian Purse Snatcher Caught by Police in Kuta

Khelifa Larbi (48), an Algerian national visiting Bali on a tourist visa has been arrested for stealing the handbags of customers the Hotel Red Carpet Champagne Bar and the Char-Char Restaurant on Jalan Kaya Aya Kerobokan, North Kuta.

As reported by, Larbi, who was staying on Jalan Camplung Tanduk No. 99 in Seminyak, was reported to police by two of his victims: Ivan Mohailov Stanishev (43) from Bulgaria and Park Byungcheol (41) of South Korea.

Police say both victims had their handbags stolen while they were dining at their respective restaurants.

Ivan Mihailov Stainshev told police he was sitting in the Red Carpet Champagne Bar on Jalan Kayu Aya Kerobokan Kelod, North Kuta Utara when his bag containing bank documents, credit cards, house and motorcycle keys, 1,000 Euros and Rp. 4 million in cash disappeared from his seat on Tuesday, January 10, 2017.

Meanwhile, Park Byungcheol was dining at the Char Char Restaurant on Thursday, January 12, 2017, at 9:30 pm when his bag was snatched from his seat.

Based on information provided by the victims and restaurant employees, the police identified a foreigner dining at the Char Char Restaurant at 10:00 pm on Thursday, January 12, 2017.

Police place the Algerian under surveillance and caught him in the act of snatching the bag of a female tourist, placing the man under arrest after a brief chase.

Police said the Algerian ran to a local residence and tried to escape by climbing onto the roof. The thief fell from the roof and was captured by police.

The Algerian protested to police, claiming he was innocent. When police brought the man to his accommodation address they found a number of items police believe were stolen by the man from several Kuta area hotels.

Police say the Algerian would pose as a tourist at restaurants and bars where he would snatch the bags of unsuspecting tourists.

Dolphins as Hostages
Local Villagers Seize Control of Serangan Island Captive Dolphin Attraction

Hundreds of people from the traditional village of Serangan on Serangan Island in South Denpasar have forcibly closed the captive dolphin attraction located in the island’s waters on Wednesday, January 18, 2017.

Some 800 villagers wearing traditional costumes marched on the Dolphin Lodge on Serangan Island at 10:00 am to block access to the lodge used as the embarkation point for off-shore dolphin encounter.

Protestor were drawn from six local banjars (communities): Banjar Adat Tonja, Banjar Adat Kaja, Banjar Adat Tengah, Banjar Adat Kawan, Banjar Adat Peken and Banjar Adat Dukuh. Villagers from Kampung Bugis, comprised of traditional groups from Sulawesi, also took park in the blockade of the Dolphin Lodge.

Local community chiefs confirmed that the Dolphin Lodge was empty, abandoned earlier by its staff before the protestors arrived. During the march, a local elder read a decision of a community meeting declaring that the Dolphin Lodge is closed and its front gate locked.

As reported by Nusa Bali, the gates were locked on the Dolphin Lodge and the surrounding waters were blockaded using local jukung outriggers. The mid-ocean waters cages housing the dolphins have also apparently been blockaded by local villagers, but village officials told the State News Agency Antara that the employees of the company are allowed access to the cages to care and feed for the dolphins.

The decision to close the attraction was made by the surrounding villagers following a decision to resume control of the land occupied by the Dolphin Lodge operated by PT Piayu Samudra Loka effective January 18, 2017.

Local villagers declared that the management of the Dolphin Lodge was incapable of cooperating with the surrounding banjars, thereby disturbing the tranquility of life in the local community. Apparently at the crux of the dispute with the banjars are accusations by the Dolphin Lodge that the traditional villages have no legal standing in the rental arrangement for the land occupied by the Lodge. Angry at being opposed by PT Piayu Samudra Loka, local villagers are reasserting local control over the building sites.

The rental contract for the land occupied by the Dolphin Lodge ended on December 31, 2016, with a contract extension negotiated with the former village chief of Serangan, Made Mudana Wiguna, on October 1, 2016. Villages now contend that Wiguna had no authority to negotiate a contract extension, thereby rendering the contract invalid and precipitating the closure of the office.

The leaders of Serangan have issued a written warning threatening legal and cultural sanctions against the former “Bendesa” and his assistants, Made Mudana Wiguna, I Ketut Sutaya and I Made Mertha - ordering the men to make a formal statement withdrawing and the repudiating the rental agreement they signed with the Dolphin Lodge on October 1, 2016.

The villagers have decided that they wish to resume local control of the location used by the Dolphin Lodge for a terminal, pier and parking area.

Meanwhile, the legal representative of the Dolphin Lodge, Made Dwi Yoga Satra, insists his clients have a strong legal basis, based on the original lease and a subsequent extension, for the continued use of the 1,500 square meter lot occupied by the Dolphin Lodge valid until December 31, 2026.

Both the Serangan Community and PT Piayu Samudra Loka have filed legal actions with the Denpasar District Court.

Local press reports contain no information on the continued care and feeding of the captive dolphins held in pens constructed by PT Piayu Samudra Loka at Serangan Island.

Bali Leads Indonesian Tourism
Bali Allocated 40% Share of Targeted 15 Million Foreign Tourists for Indonesia in 2017

The State News Agency Antara reports that Bali is expected to secure 40% of the national target of 15 million foreign tourist visitors in 2017.

The sixeable 6 million share of all tourist arrivals allocated to Bali was based on the fact that Bali remains Indonesia’s top tourism gateway. A Tourism Ministry spokesman said, "Bali is still number one compared to the other regions in Indonesia."

Meanwhile, 30% of all foreign tourist arrivals are projected to enter via the Nation’s Capital of Jakarta. Batam – the near neighbor of Singapore, will welcome 20% of the total.

To achieve its ambitious targets the Ministry of Tourism is developing “new” tourism destination in North Sumatra, Bangka-Belitung, the Thousand Islands, Banten, Lombok, East Nusa Tenggara, Southeast Sulawesi and North Maluku.

The Government is designating Mainland Chinese tourists to become the lead source of foreign visitors to Indonesia.

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Lost in Paradise?
Police Announce Massive Changes in Traffic Flow Directions for Kuta and Legian to Take Effect from March 1, 2017

Police in the popular tourist areas of Kuta and Legian in Bali have begun socializing a number of changes in traffic flows that will take effect from March 1, 2017.

The changes being introduced by traffic police will be introduced in February with absolute enforcement promised on March 1, 2017.

A summary of the changes planned in Kuta-Legian traffic flows set to be implemented in the Kuta-Legian area:
  • Jalan Patih Jelantik will become a one-way road in an easterly direction beginning at the intersection of Jalan Sriwijaya-Jalan Patih Jelantik to the traffic light on Jalan Patih Jelantik.
  • From the intersection of Jalan Sriwijaya until the intersection of Si Doi will remain a one-way road traveling in a westerly direction.
  • Jalan Raya Legian beginning from Bemo Corner to the Melasti intersection of will be one-way until street from south to north.
  • From the Jalan Raya Kuta traffic light at the intersection with Jalan Patih Jelantik to the Tamacun intersection will become a one-way street traveling from north to south.
  • Jalan Majapahit beginning from the Temacun intersection to the Jalan Patih Jelantik intersection will become a one-way street traveling from south to north. Traffic destined for Jalan Legian (Ground Zero) that once entered Jalan Legian from Jalan Patih Jelantik will now have to travel via Bemo Corner turning right onto one-way Jalan Legian traveling to the north. Similarly, people traveling from Ground Zero in a northerly direction will follow turn at the Melasti intersection and follow Jalan Sriwijaya heading towards Jalan Patih Jelantik.
  • Traffic passing the Pura Puseh to Bemo Corner will remain a one-way road but in a reverse direction now from east to west.
  • Jalan Singosari beginning from the intersection at the Art Market (Pasar Seni) to the intersection of Jalan Raya Kuta – Kalianget will remain a one-way street but now in a new direction traveling from west to east.
  • Jalan Dewi Santika (Jalan Kartika Plaza) will become one-way traveling from south to North. Traffic from Jalan Kartika Plaza heading to the airport will have to pass Jalan Singosari – the Kalinaget intersection – the Pura Puseh intersection – the Temacun intersection to eventually join Jalan Raya Tuban heading towards the airport.
Starting from March 1, 2017, 50 police officers will be on standby helping to direct traffic flowing in the new traffic directions and issuing tickets to those disregarding the new traffic rules.

First Rabies Cases of 2017 in Bali
Rabies Cases Reported in Tabanan in January 2017

That rabies will remain a part of health concerns in Bali was confirmed by the discovery of two new cases in the Regency of Tabanan in January 2017. reports that a resident of Desa Anyar Kediri in Tabanan suffered the first case of rabies in the New Year with the second incident affecting six residents at Gerokgak Gede in Tabanan.

A single puppy bit six people over a two-week period from January 4 until January 17, 2016. The dog, with an estimated age of two months, was a Kintamani breed purchased in late December from the Bringkit Market.

Local health officials confirmed that the dog had yet to be vaccinated against rabies when it began to display aggressive behavior and bit anyone who approached it. When the owner reported the bites to animal health officials in Tabanan a decision was taken to euthanize the dog. A sample of brain matter taken from the dead animal confirmed the dog was infected with rabies.

Dr. Made Arya Putra, the veterinarian who is in charge of animal health in Tabanan, is urging the public to take precautions when purchasing or obtaining a dog in one regency of Bali and moving it to another area of the Island. Putra said dogs should only be allowed to travel between regencies if they have been vaccinated against rabies.

The seven people suffering dog bites have reportedly received medical treatment include VAR shots to prevent the manifestation of the deadly rabies symptoms in those bitten by a rabid dog.

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Park and Tow
Denpasar, Bali Police Threaten Tough Crackdown on Illegal Parking

Effective Monday, January 16, 2017, traffic authorities in Bali’s capital of Denpasar commenced an aggressive campaign against illegal parking by towing away cars found to be parked in “parking-free” areas of the City. quoted the policeman in charge of traffic for Bali, AA Made Sudana, who said strong action was needed to prevent traffic congestion in Denpasar.

The new tougher rules went into effect on Monday, January 16, 2017. Officers have been deployed to issue tickets to illegally parked vehicles and call a tow truck when required to keep traffic flowing.

Trans National Crime Stops Here!
Indian Tourist Arrested at Bali Airport on Outstanding ‘Red Notice’ Issued by INTERPOL

An Indian national, Mittal Vinay (29) was arrested by Indonesian Immigration officials at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport on Monday, January 16, 2017, at 8:00 pm.

Vinay was arrested on an outstanding “red notice” issued by INTERPOL in connection with charges of fraud and falsification. said the case is now being handled in coordination with the international division of Indonesia's Police Headquarters in order that the man can soon be handed over to Indian police officials.

Art Over Wheels
Bamboo Bike Building Workshop led by Klaus Volkmann in Bali - February 7 -16, 2017

EWABI – a company in Bali building electric bicycles from bamboo will hold a bamboo bike-building workshop February 7-16, 2017 at The Green School in Bali.

EWABI is a local corporation dedicated to lowering both the environmental impact of human transportation and cost of community mobility.

Klaus Volkmann, a Brazilian bamboo bike builder, will lead the ten-day workshop. Participants will obtain hands-on experience in how to construct a bamboo bike frame from start to finish. This will include creating bamboo forks, handlebars and spokes.

The cost of the ten-day course is Rp. 6 million and the workshop will run each day from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm. Meals and accommodations are not included, but are available at an economical price.

Participants will be divided into teams of four with a “lucky draw” to see who of the four team members can take home the completed bamboo bike frame.

After workshop support is available to participants on email with Klaus Volkmann.

Space in the Workshop is limited to only 16 participants (four teams). Those signing up friends and acquaintances can receive a 10% discount on additional sign-ups.

To register for this event please email Mark Donovan at EWABI .

Related Links


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Taking a Stand on Power
North Bali Lawmakers Reject Plans for World’s Tallest High-Voltage Power Pylon Being Erected Near Temple in West Bali National Park

The Buleleng Regency House of Representatives (DPRD-Buleleng) has contacted the Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (ESDM) to advise their rejection of plans to erect the landing pylon for the world’s tallest high-voltage power line to run from Java to Bali in the village of Sumberkelampok, Gerokgak, Buleleng.

Buleleng legislators are concerned that current plans are for the 500 Kilovolt power line crossing that will stand 376-meters above sea level include a pylon that infringes on the sacred radius of Pura Segera Rupek in Sumberkelampok within the West Bali National Park and standing only 500-meters from the sacred Temple.

NusaBali says legislators in Buleleng are asking the plan to erect the “Bali Crossing” to be carefully reconsidered suggesting Bali has become power sufficient and does not need to additional power carried by the massive power line.

Plans are to move high-voltage submarine cables running under the straits between Bali and Java to the “Bali Crossing.”

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Faulting Towers

Maria Grazia -Long Time Italian Resident of Bali Dies at 85

Maria Grazia, an 85-year-old Italian retiree and long time resident in Bali, died in at Batujimbar on Jalan Tamblingan in Sanur, Bali on Thursday, January 19, 2017.

Grazia, who was reportedly in poor health, was found in her room by a domestic helper who discovered the woman collapsed in a chair.

Police were called to the residence and found no indication of foul play in Grazia’s death.

A funeral mass was held at Grazia’s home on Saturday, January 21, 2017, followed by cremation at Kertha Semadi Mumbul in South Bali.

Death on the Centerline
German Tourist Dies in North Bali Motorcycle Accident

NusaBali reports that a 53-year-old German, Thomas Gunter, also known as Krain, died in the early hours of Monday, January 16, 2017, in a motorcycle mishap on the Singaraja – Seririt road in North Bali.

The accident occurred at 1:30 am as Gunter was traveling back to his accommodation at Villa Rikasti in the village of Temukus, Buleleng, North Bali.

The accident occurred in good weather conditions on a well-lit section of road at kilometer-14 in the village of Kaliasem.

Gunter apparently lost control of his motorcycle in the single vehicle accident and suffered severe head injuries as he fell to the road.

The man was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.

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