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BALI UPDATE #1065 - 30 January 2017

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2016: Bali by the Numbers
Bali by the Numbers: 2016 a Record Year for Foreign Tourist Arrivals. Growing Visitor Numbers Discounted by Shorter Length of Stays



Protest at Air Force Involvement in Domestic Affairs
Online Drivers in Bali Threaten Demonstrations Against Air Force Involvement in Efforts to Ban Online Transport Operations at Baliís Airport

A number of online transport drivers have struck back after getting netted in a sweeping operation conducted by members of the Indonesian Air Force at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport.

Beritabali.com reports that Wayan Suata, the chairman of the Association of Bali Online Transport Workers (PTOB), is angry at the sweeping operation performed by Air Force Personnel and is threatening that his association will launch demonstrations in front of Air Force Headquarters in Bali.

Suata, who is also chairman of the Association of Freelance Tourism Drivers, said the Air Force do not have the authority to undertake sweeping operations against online transport drivers or to confiscate driver licenses and automobile registrations. Saying only the police have such powers, Suata asked what basis in law existed for Air Force personnel to seize registration certificates of licenses.

Speaking on January 23, 2017, Suata said: “I heard from online drivers that they were the targets of sweeping actions, that their licenses (SIM) and registrations (STNK) were seized and they were forced to perform push-ups. But those confiscating documents were the police. This is really strange. Under what authority can personnel from the Air Force (TNI AU) undertake sweeping, forbid online drivers from meeting passengers at the airport and confiscate STNK and SIM?”

Continuing, Suata said it was very disappointing to see Air Force Officers undertaking sweeping actions against civilians and forcing online drivers to perform humiliating push-ups on the side of the road.

Suata said the response from his members would be to stage demonstrations in front the Air Force Headquarters in Denpasar.

The managing authority at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport has reportedly sought the assistance of the Air Force to prevent the operations of GrabCar, Uber and GoCar operating at the airport.

Suata views the outlawing of online transportation services at the airport as both monopolistic and discriminative.

Suata, speaking on behalf of his association, said the Bali Airport is a public area and any driver should be allowed to meet tourists who have booked transportation in advance. “If online drivers are not allowed to meet tourists who have ordered transportation online, will travel companies also be forbidden to meet their guests at the Airport?”


Whale Ahoy!
Dwarf Sperm Whales Washes Ashore and Dies at Matahari Terbit Beach in Sanur, Bali

Beritabali.com reports that citizens living near the shoreline at Matahari Terbit Beach in Sanur, Bali were alarmed when a dwarf sperm whale washed ashore on Monday, January 23, 2017.

Sadly, despite heroic best efforts by local citizens to push the whale back out to sea, the mammal eventually died on the shore.

The dwarf sperm whale measuring 1.5 meters was first spotted in distress a short distance from shore by a tourist sunbathing on the beach.

The alarm was raised and members of the Bali Lifesaving Service (Balawista), the Denpasar Disaster Mitigation Service (BPPD-Denpasar) and other officials who arrived at the scene to join the rescue effort for the small whale.

Those trying to save the whale discovered the mammal had suffered numerous wounds. One of the lifeguards, I Wayang Duyung, said: “We tried several times to bring the whale back out to sea, but it would keep swimming back to shore. We did this over and over. There were many wounds on the whale’s body, including a wound near the eye that appeared to have blinded the whale.”

The rescuers eventually brought the whale to a protected area of the shore on Mertasari Beach where the animal died a short time later.

Officials brought the dead whale ashore for further examination and an autopsy by the Veterinarian Faculty of Udayana University.


You Take the High Road and Iíll Take the Low Road
Debate Emerges on Whether Underground Tunnel or a Flyover is Best Solution to Traffic Congestions at Bali Airport Roundabout

Despite recent public statements by Bali provincial legislator Nengah Tamba voicing support for the construction of a traffic underpass at the traffic circle near the entrance to Bali’s Airport, infrastructure experts are saying that the construction of a traffic flyover represents a more practical solution to traffic congestion.

Beritabali.com reports that Susali Alius, an expert in roads and infrastructure, proclaimed that an overpass is a preferable alternative solution to creating an underpass at the airport’s entrance.

Alius explained: “Because of the many high-pressure pipes and electrical cable buried (in this location), it’s not appropriate if an underpass is built there. It’s better to build a flyover.”

Alius was involved in building the Jalan Ida Bagus Mantra Bypass and the underground tunnel at the Dewa Ruci Monument in Kuta, Bali.

Alius’ comments follow public statements made by Nengah Tamba, chairman of Commission III of the Bali House of Representatives (DPRD-Bali), calling for an underpass to be constructed at the Bali Airport traffic circle as the solution to growing traffic congestion.

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Shattering the Glass Ceiling
Passengers Checking in for Cathay Pacific Flight Surprised by Falling Glass Ceiling at Baliís Airport

The Bali Ngurah Rai Airport Authority is evaluating the safety of ceiling covers in the public areas of the airport after which glass-ceiling panels shattered and fell over the check-are of the International Departure Terminal on Sunday, January 22, 2017.

The State News Agency Antara quoted the general manager of PT Angkasa Pura I, Yanus Suprayogi, who confirmed on the day following the incident that a complete safety review was underway regarding the condition terminal’s ceilings.

Yanus speculated with the press that the ceiling shattered due to a building shift or aging of materials. The new terminal was totally rebuilt and opened to the public in 2013.

Yanus also shared that the glass-ceilings were purposely installed on an angle in order that should the panels shatter for any reason the glass would fall in a rear area of the terminal minimizing risks to workers and airport visitors.

Fortunately, in the subject incident, no passengers or workers were hit by falling shards of glass.

On Sunday, January 22, 2017, at about 1:35 pm, the ceiling near counter B-9 used by Cathay Pacific Airways for international check-in fell to the terminal floor. At the time, passengers were undergoing the check-in for CX-784 flying from Denpasar – Hong Kong. The pieces of broken glass fell onto the check-in counter and the luggage conveyor belt located behind the check-in counters.

After a brief clean up by airport staff, check in resumed for the flight that left according to schedule.


The Race to Peace
Sri Chinmoy World Peace Relay Run Comes to Denpasar, Thursday, February 2, 2017

On Thursday, February 2, 2017, the Municipality of Denpasar in cooperation with "The International Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home" will host a relay race for peace as part of an international peace run taking place in 150 countries around the world.

The State News Agency Antara reports that the chairman of the Bali relay run, Prugati Pascale, told Denpasar officials that the race will take place at the Puputan Field in Denpasar. Runners will carry torches representing the world’s aspiration for peace.

First held in 1987, the “Peace Run”  has grown to record proportions with now more than 150 countries taking place. A relay race, the “peace torch” will arrive in Bali on February 2, 2017, on the next phase of a global relay.

Prugati Pascale praised the founder of the race, the late Sri Chinmoy as a man with a vision of world peace inspired by love, harmony, and unity. “By holding this event, we hope that his (Chinmoy’s) spirit can be absorbed into the race and, in the process, touch the hearts of all mankind to safeguard world peace,” he explained.

Pascale said that joining the race on Thursday, February 2, 2017, in Bali will be runners from 150 countries and thousands of grade school, junior high and senior high students from Bali’s capital city.

The race in Bali will also be celebrated with a number of special attractions including dances, a parade of flags from 150 countries, the singing of songs about Bali and Indonesian written by Sri Chinmoy performed by the Sri Chinmoy International Choir, and lessons for children attending the event about world culture.

At the event, the Municipality of Denpasar will also be presented with a “Torch Bearer Award” from the Sri Chinmoy Foundation for its world in preserving world peace.

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Return to Bali Base
Garuda Indonesia and Emirate Flights Encounter Long Delays on January 24, 2017 Due to Aircraft Malfunctions

Emirate Airlines flight EK-3999 from Denpasar (Bali) to Dubai had a rear tire on the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft explode as it was preparing to take off on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, forcing the aircraft to return to its parking space on the Airport’s apron.

As a result, the aircraft scheduled to take off at 0:45 am with 217 passengers and 16 crew did not take off and its complement of passengers and crew had to disembark the airplane while repairs were performed.

The Captain of the aircraft became aware of the tire malfunction when a fire indicator lit up in the cockpit display.

The plane was only cleared for flight after a full day of repairs and safety checks were performed with passengers spending the day at local hotels before flying at 6:15 pm – some 18 hours behind schedule.

Only a few minutes before the failed take-off of the Emirates flight, a GA-896 a Garuda Airbus 330-300 flying from Denpasar to Pudong, Shanghai departed at 11:53 pm on Monday, January 23, 2017, was forced to return to Bali when a leak was detected in the aircraft’s hydraulic system.

The Garuda flight with 256 passengers and 12 crew landed back in Bali where passengers were delayed until 2:00 pm on January 24, 2017, when they were permitted to resume their flight to China.


English Spoken Here
Governor Wants All Workers at new Bali Mandara Hospital to be English Speakers

Bali’s Governor Made Mangku Pastika has requested that all members of the medical team working at the Province’s new Bali Mandara Hospital be proficient in English.

Beritadewata.com reports that the new hospital located on Jalan By Pass in Sanur, Bali will open by mid-2017.

The Bali Mandira Hospital is receiving technical and management advice from the Royal Darwin Hospital in Australia’s Northern Territory.

The Governor speaking on Thursday, January 19, 2017, said; “At this time we are in the process of selecting medical personnel and administrators. Because this is an international standard hospital with the latest equipment, I am asking that all staff be able to speak English – beginning from the doctors, nurses, radiologists and event the security guards. In the recruitment, I ask that this (English fluency) be one of the requirements. This because (the hospital) is of an international Standard.”

Despite seeking to be an establishment presenting the highest international standards, the new Bali Mandara Hospital will receive Medicare (BPJS) or (KIS) patients in any class.

Patients cared for in Class III will be in a 6 x 6-meter air-conditioned room shared by 6 patients and equipped with two bathrooms.

Meanwhile, Class II rooms will have 4 beds with similar facilities to Class III.

Class I rooms will also have two beds with air-conditioning, television and a shower.

Class VIP rooms will be for single patient care and be equipped with a refrigerator and a TV.

The Governor told the press that the new Bali Mandara Hospital will officially open in July 2017, with plans to accept poorer patients starting from May 2017.

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Itís a Rainforest Out There!
Swiss-Belhotel Rainforest Kuta Introduces Teezar Mirza as General Manager at Travel Industry Open House

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Re-launching a popular event, Farida Suwarko, the head of Swiss-Belhotel’s Bali sales office hosted an “open house” for local partners, travel agents, event organizers, and corporate clients at the Swiss-Belhotel Rainforest Kuta on January 20, 2017.

Over 100 invitees attended the event that began with cocktails by the pool, a DJ performance, and a lucky draw.

Swiss-Belhotel International now operates 8 hotels in Bali.

Swiss-Belhotel Rainforest Kuta used the occasion to introduce the newly decorated ballroom and introduced a range of wedding packages.

The Swiss-Bellhotel Rainforest Kuta
also used the occasion to introduce its newly appointed general manager, Teezar Mirza, a hotel veteran with more than 20 years experience as an hotelier working in locales that include the Cayman Islands, Bhutan, and Indonesia.

“I am looking forward to making sure that we not only offer top-class accommodation, but also the best culinary offerings in the area at Swiss-Belhotel Rainforest Kuta, while also adhering to the highest international standards for which Swiss-Belhotel International is already known,” said Mirza.

Featured during the “open house” was the hotel’s famed Balinese cuisine made from fresh, local ingredients and presented and enjoyed at the resort’s renowned Oak Restaurant.

Swiss-Belhotel Rainforest Kuta is a 161-room, 4-star hotel located in the heart of the island’s main tourist center.


When the Fishing Fleet Overheats
Three Fishing Boats Destroyed by Fire at Baliís Port of Benoa

Three fishing ships were burnt in the most recent fire in the fishing fleet at the Port of Benoa in the early morning hours of Wednesday, January 25, 2017.

Balipost.com reports that the three fishing boars destroyed in the fire were the KM Jaya Bali 05, KM Nusantara Jaya 36 and the third vessel of unknown identity. All three vessels were tied up on the West Pier of the crowded fishing fleet area.

The cause of the blaze remains a mystery and is still under investigation by fire and police authorities.

Police say the fire began as one of the vessels hauled anchor and prepared to sail. The fire quickly spread to the adjoining vessels as crews quickly untied vessels to gain distance from the inferno.

While substantial damage occurred to the three fishing boats, no loss of life or injuries are linked to the fire.

At the fire’s height, 15-fire truck and fireboats were working on the scene at the Port.

By 4:30 am the fire was brought under control. 


Flippiní Hell
Animal Rights Group Calls for Release of 9 Captive Dolphins at Serangan Island Captive Dolphin Attraction in Bali

A representative of the Jakarta Animal Network (JAAN), Femke Den Haas, has expressed concern for the plight of a group of captive dolphins caught in the middle of a conflict between villagers at Serangan Island in South Denpasar with PT Piayu Samudera Loka that operates the Dolphin Lodge tourism attraction.

Quoted by Metrobali.com, Den Haas said: “We have formally written to PT Piayu Samudera Loka and to the traditional village of Serangan offering to help rescue 9 dolphins held in the open sea cages owned by PT Piayu Samudera Loka. We have prepared medical staff, food, and medications to save the lives of the dolphins. The letter was sent to PT Piayu Samudera Loka on Thursday, January 26, 2017, and to the traditional village of Serangan in order to save the lives of the dolphins."

Jakarta Animal Network (JAAN) has also dispatched members of its staff to the village of Serangan to speak to village officials. “The village was very welcoming; they in principle want the dolphins to survive. They encouraged us to take the necessary steps to save the endangered dolphins that are (by law) national assets."

JAAN is awaiting formal agreement from PT Piayu Samudera Loka in order that the can begin delivering 10 fresh fish per day to the 9 captive dolphins held in a cage that measures 20 x 40 meters.

JAAN’s official position is that captive dolphin attractions represent a cruel and inhumane treatment of the highly intelligent sea mammals and violates Law Number 5 of 1990 on the Conservation of Natural Resources and Regulation Number 7 of 1999 of the Conservation of Plants and Wildlife.

Moreover, JAAN contends that all dolphin attractions in Indonesia are in violation of the law and the Ministry of Forestry is itself in flagrant violation of the law whenever it issues dolphin show permits to dolphin show operators.

In making its case, JAAN points to the fact that dolphins that normally swim hundreds of kilometers per day in the open ocean can only swim hundred of meters when confined to small cages. Keeping the dolphins in ocean cages and feeding the mammals dead fish causes digestive problems resulting stomach ulcers, skin ailments and blindness.

JAAN is calling for the release into the open seas of the 9 dolphins held in cages following a general medical evaluation to ensure they are healthy enough to make a transition back into the wilds of the oceans.

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Talamonti, Tell Everyone!
Italian Talomonti Wines to be Featured at First Wine Dinner of 2017 at The Laguna Resort and Spa, Bali on February 28, 2017

The Arwana Restaurant at The Laguna Resort and Spa in Bali is hosting its first wine dinner of the 2017 featuring Talamonti Wines from Abruzzi, Italy on Tuesday, February 28, 2017.

Starting at 7:00 pm with cocktails and canapé on the beachfront, a 5-course degustation menu prepared under Executive Chef Made Putra follows at 7:30 pm. Wine pairing will be will be curated by the Chief Sommelier of The St. Regis Bali Resort, sister hotel of The Laguna Resort & Spa, Harald Wiesmann.

Talamonti Wines

Founded in 2001 by the Di Tonno family, Talamonti’s home is in a pristine corner of the Abruzzi – an area known for its unique, sun-drenched terroir.

Covering 32-hectares near the city of Loreto Aprutini, the vineyard is 300 meters above sea level on a southeast exposure in the Tavo Valley region.

A unique nuance to the flavor of the wines produced by Talamonti is attributed in part to oak barrels used from Austria, France, USA, and Eastern Europe in the aging process.

Price and Bookings

The price of this exclusive event is Rp 1.3 million net per person, inclusive of complimentary cocktails and canapés starting from 7:00 PM, and a 5-course dinner with wine pairing at 7.30 PM.

For reservation and information, please call Arwana restaurant at +62- (0)361-3005635 or Email .


A Market for Art
Entries Open for 3-Month Long Art Exhibition Inspired by Denpasarís Markets at CushCush Gallery - Deadline for Registration is February 19, 2017

Entries are being solicited for a coming group art exhibition at CushCush Gallery in Denpasar, Bali to be held starting from the end of May through July 2017.

Timed to overlap the annual Bali Arts Festival (Pesta Kesenian Bali), the theme of the coming exhibition is “Bahasa Pasar” or “Market Language” and will focus on the significant role played by traditional markets in the life of Bali’s capital city.

Following review by the organizing committee, all selected participants will gather for a one-day visit to designated traditional markets in Denpasar. After the visit, participants will be given 45 days to create 2-dimensional artworks measuring 60 x 40cm.

Interested international and local artists are encouraged to register online and submit samples of their portfolio by email.

Registration is open to the full range of artistic endeavor including those working in graphic design, fashion design, jewelry design, music, dance and other creative- related professions, who are living in Bali, have a bachelor degree and at least one year of work experience in a creative-related field.

Those selected to participate in the coming exhibition will be announced on February 24, 2017.

Deadline for applicationa is Sunday, February 19, 2017.

About CushCush Gallery

CushCush Gallery (CCG) was conceived as a platform for creative collaborations in contemporary art and design. It is an alternative gallery that embraces interactions and celebrates multidisciplinary creativity through explorations of intersections of art, design, materiality, techniques and crafts.

CushCush Gallery Website 

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Brother Can You Spare Me a Rupiah?
3 Russians Stopped from Begging on the Streets of Tabanan, Bali

3 Russian nationals were recently rousted by community enforcement officials (Polisi Pamong Praja) when they were found panhandling in front of a bakery in Tabanan on Thursday, January 26, 2017.

As reported by Beritabali.com, the Russians were singing for passing pedestrians as they performed on a range of instruments.

The three Russian tourist are reportedly staying in the Canggu area of Bali.

Local enforcement officials were called to halt the impromptu musical performance after they received complaints from local residents regarding three foreign singers who were panhandling near the BPD Bank in the city of Tabanan.

Officials found the Russians trying to entertain the public using a complete set of musical instruments.

The Russians were not apprehended but simply told to move on and stop performing on public streets in Tabanan, West Bali.


The Show Must Not Go On!
Bali Ombudsman Office Remains Adamant: Cinema XXI Permit at Mal Level 21 Must be Revoked

Beritabali.com suggests that the Mayor of Denpasar, I.B. Rai Dharmawijaya Mantra, is choosing to ignore the recommendations made by the National Ombudsman in Bali who has asked that the operational permit for the new Cinema XXI in the capital be revoked for reasons of maladministrationn by municipal officials.

Umar Ibnu Alkhatab, the head of the Ombudsman’s office in Bali, said on Tuesday, January 24, 2017: “Our recommendation were made almost a month ago, but there has been no response from the Mayor. We will soon write to the Mayor to request an explanation as to why the recommendations of the Ombudsman have not been carried out.”

Continuing, Alkhatab explained that once a letter requesting an explanation form the Mayor is sent, his office will upgrade their recommendation to the new status of a joint recommendation from both the Bali and Central Ombudsman and attach results of past deliberations on the case of Cinema XXI.

“If our letter remains unanswered, then the recommendation will have the force of law and legal consequences for the municipality if they remain unimplemented,” said Alkhatab

Earlier, the head of the Legal Department for the Municipal Government of Denpasar, Made Toya, said his office of legal experts has finished their review of the Ombudsman’s recommendations on the revocation of the operational permits and company registration for Cinema XXI located at the Level 21 Mall for violations of the Mayoral Regulation 31 of 2016.

Said Toya on January 13, 2017: “We have finished our review of the Ombudsman’s recommendations and turned it over to the relevant departments, which in this case is the Permit Division, whose responsibility it is to provide a clarification back to the Ombudsman regarding the process and mechanism used in issuing a permit to Cinema XXI.”

Upon hearing Toya’s response, Ibnu Alkhatab said on January 15, 2017 that there is no need for further clarification as all explanations have already been tabled during the investigation conducted by the Ombudsmen’s office in December 2016.

The Ombudsman added: “Why do we need to go back and forth? There is no need for further clarification. What must be done is for the Municipal Administration to follow our recommendations by revoking or seizing the permit issued for Cinema XXI. If this is their response, it is as though the Administration is avoiding (the law) or hiding something. Because the Ombudsman’s recommendations are clear: revoke the permit. It’s really very simple. There are only two answers: revoke or don’t revoke. If they revoke (the permit) then it means they have followed our recommendation. If they don’t (revoke), what is their reason?”

The Ombudsman’s position is that the permits for Cinema XXI in Denpasar must be revoke by the Denpasar Administration who is facing the risk of suffering the legal consequences set forth in Section 351 of Law Number 23 of 2014 on Regional Government.

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Murder in West Bali
Foul Play Suspected in Death of Silke Braun - German Woman Living in Tabanan, West Bali

NusaBali reports that the body of a 55-year-old German woman living in Tabanan, West Bali, was found floating in the Yeh Ho River (Tukad Yeh Ho) near the village of Tegallinggah, Tabanan on Thursday, January 26, 2017.

Silke Braun’s half-dressed body was found with her neck, hands, and legs bound.

Police are treating the case as a homicide  Wounds were also visible to Braun’s head with bruising over much of her body.

The body was removed from the scene and sent to the Forensic Morgue at Bali’s Sanglah General Hospital for examination.

Police continue to investigate the case. Family members told police that Braun went missing after returning from a visit to the Kafe Oup Down on Jalan Pahlawan in Tabanan on the previous Saturday.

Braun was involved in setting up and operation of the Kafe that was billed as a Café and Meeting Place.

Police also say that Braun shared a rented house in Desa Tajen with a German man.


A Driving Lesson Gone Bad
Student Driver in West Bali Land Crashed His Car Onto the Top of Family Temple

I Kadek Mas, a 17-year-old high school student from Negara in West Bali decide to take a driving lesson on the Balinese holiday of Pagerwesi on Wednesday, January 25, 2016.

And things, quite literally, went downhill from there.

Behind the controls of a Daihatsu Xenia with his father seated next to him, Kadek was trying to master how coordinate the proper use of the clutch as he tried to turn a corner on an inclined section of the road.

Losing control of the vehicle, Kadek crashed through the wall surrounding a private home and plunge the car onto a family temple (Penunggun Karang).

While the car and the household temple were damaged in the incident, neither Kadek, his father nor family who owned the place of prayer suffered any injuries.


Please Donít Feed The Monkeys
West Bali Park Officials Blame Tourists Handing Out Food as Cause of Marauding Groups of Wild Monkey Outside West Bali National Park

Monkeys at the West Bali National Park are venturing further afield outside the park in search of food. As a result, marauding monkeys in the Melaya District at Gilimanuk are entering the homes and business of local restaurants in search of food.

Among the monkeys seeking food are Black Monkeys (Ijah - Tracyphitchecus auratus) that in the past have rarely been found outside the confines of the park.

NusaBali reports that incidents of monkeys venturing into local homes has increased in recent years, a development attributed to decreasing supplies of food for the primates within the Park. One local resident remarked that while he was accustomed to monkeys leaving the Park in search of food during the dry season, added: “Now it’s still raining and many monkeys are coming out of the jungle. This is really strange.”

The hungry monkeys in search of food are menacing local food shops near the three-way intersection at Tugu Cekik and the Cekik weigh-station. Local food stands complain that monkeys, traveling alone or in pairs, enter the kitchens leaving pans and food strewn about after their visit.

Meanwhile, the chief of the West Bali National Park insists that food supplies for the monkeys remain sufficient within the Park. The Park official theorizes that handouts of food by passing tourists on the roadside are luring the monkeys out of their natural habitat.


Stop Giving Indian Tourists the Run Around
Indian Consul General Wants to See Direct Flights Operated Between India and Bali

The Indian Consul General in Denpasar is urging that direct flights be operated between India and Bali.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, the highest-ranking Indian official in Bali said there is an ever-increasing demand from Indian travelers to visit Bali.

Speaking at the 68th commemoration of Indian Republic Day in Denpasar, The Consul General for India in Bali. RO Sunil Babu, said: “People traveling as tourists, certainly don't want to waste time transiting an airport. If there are direct flights it will be more efficient.”

Babu complained that current flight routes from India to Bali requiring stops in Kuala Lumpur or Singapore add as much as four hours to the journey.

He also complained that the recent decision by Garuda Indonesia to fly from Mumbai to Jakarta provided no measurable travel advantage for Indian tourists wishing to travel to Bali due to the transit stop required in Jakarta.

Babu pointed to the many similarities in culture and religion between Bali and India as a firm inducement for Indian tourism to Bali to grow rapidly if supported by direct flights.

Indian traveler now rank 5th among all sources of foreign tourist visitors to Bali. In 2016 a total of 186,638 Indian nationals came to Bali, an increase of 57.61% when compared to 2015.

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Gong-Sshee Faa-tseye
Bali Airport Extends Chinese New Year Welcome to Passengers

To celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year, Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport has been adorned with decorations and activities to welcome Chinese travelers and others celebrating the coming “Year of the Rooster” – Chinese New Year 2568.

Red paper lanterns, a Mei Hua tree and miniature Chinese gardens are just some of the Chinese New Year thematic elements Bali’s Airport has put in place to over the Chinese New Year period.

Chinese-styled entertainment has also been prepared that includes Chinese Dragon Dancers (Barong Sai), Balinese traditional dances, oriental musical performances and mask performances.

Stands with simple games of chance with prizes for passengers allow passengers to spin a rooster-themed wheel of chance, ball tossing games, and traditional Chinese children games.

Staff in oriental dress circulated the airport distributing free souvenirs to passengers.

Shop & Win

To add to the merriment and increase sales at airport shopping outlets, visitors to the airport are greeted by an oversized shopping bag with an attached banner inviting passengers to “shop & win.”

Airport shoppers spending a minimum of Rp. 500,000 at retail outlets or Rp. 175,000 on food and beverage are eligible to win a shopping voucher with a value of Rp. 1.6 million. The promotion will run until March 31, 2017.


Bring Him Home
Suspected of Pedophilia, Australian Man Refused Entry at Bali Airport

Beritabali.com and a number of other local news sources report that Immigration officials at Bali’s Airport refused entry to a 22-year-old Western Australian man who arrived on an AirAsia flight at 11:40 pm on Friday, January 1, 2017.

The Australian refused entry to Indonesia, Daniel Bryan Wilson, showed up on an international police alert list that indicated the man as someone suspected of involvement in pedophilic crimes.

Held overnight by immigration officials, Wilson was place on board an Air Asia flight the following morning at 7:05 am and flown back to Perth.

Agung Sampurno, a spokesman for the immigration department, told Kompas.com that INTERPOL sought the Australian in connection with pedophilic criminal charges. Agung said he suspected Wilson might be sought by both INTERPOL and the Australian Police.

As a precaution and based on the INTERPOL and Australian police notices, immigration officials refused Wilson entry to Indonesia.

During 2016, Indonesian immigration officials in Bali prevented 652 foreigners from entering the Country.


Bali Safari Park to Make a Splash in 2017
Taman Safari Indonesia Group Outlines Plans to Open Bali Marine Park in October 2017

Members of senior management from the Taman Safari Indonesia Group paid a visit the Bali Post office in Denpasar on Thursday, January 26, 2017.

The Taman Safari Group operates three large animal parks: Taman Safari Cisarua Bogor; Taman Safari II Prigen, East Java; and the Bali Safari & Marine Park,Gianyar, Bali.

The visit to Bali’s largest newspaper was led by Triyoba Nataria,head of marketing Taman Safari Indonesia Group; who was  accompanied by Made Pradnyana, Account Manager Bali Safari & Marine Park; Wisye Marbun, Marketing Communication Manager; and Ayu Marbun, Marketing Communication.

Nataria told the Bali Post that in the current situation professional management of the Company’s parks is very important to ensure that protected animal species receive the best care. Adding: “In the past, the company was a family business. Now Taman Safari Indonesia is managed in a professional manner under a clear management structure.”

Taman Safari’s lead marketer explained to the press that Taman Safari is restructuring its internal management in order to provide the best possible service to all stakeholders. In the coming year, the Company will complete a number of major projects.

In Bali, one of these projects is the planned opening of a new Marine Park in October 2017. “At the end of this year, if everything goes according to plan, we will undertake a grand launch of the Marine Park. When opened, the Bali Marine Park will be the largest such facility in Indonesia,” Nataria explained.


 
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