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BALI UPDATE #1075 - 10 April 2017

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A Change in Dynasty
Didit Indra Purnawarmanto Replaces Robert Kelsall as General Manager of Bali Dynasty Resort

Bali Dynasty Resort has appointed Didit Indra Purnawarmanto as general manager, effective April 1, 2017.

Didit Purnawarmanto replaces Robert Kelsall.

Didit brings 27 years experience as a professional hotelier to his role in charge of the popular Kuta seaside resort. First joining the hotel in 2001 as an executive assistant manager, he was promoted to Resort Manager in 2014.

"Bali Dynasty Resort has experienced a major improvement throughout the years under the great leadership of Robert Kelsall. I am very excited to continue his legacy in making Bali Dynasty Resort a better holiday destination for all travelers in Bali," said Didit.

Before joining Bali Dynasty Resort, Didit worked at a number of leading hotels, including the Bali Hyatt, Sahid Hotel Jakarta, Intan Resorts, and Holiday Inn Resort Lombok.


Pick Pocketing's Deadly Domino Effect
Out of Money and Out of Hope After Being Robbed in Kuta, Ukrainian Man Commits Suicide in North Bali

NusaBali reports that a 34-year-old Ukrainian man has apparently taken his own life at Tanjung Alam Beach at the Village of Kaliasem, North Bali on Tuesday, April 4, 2017.

Police continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of Sazonova Roman Serfeevich as they interviews bystanders who saw the man in the moments before he deliberately walked into the ocean wearing a rope around his neck. Police are also trying to communicate with the man’s mother, Sazonova Luydmila Alexandrovna (53) who, police believe, failed when she tried to join her son in death.

A local man told police he saw the woman and her son walked into the sea at around 4:00 pm on Tuesday and slowly disappear below the waves. The Balinese man raised the alarm and set out to rescue the two in a local boat.

Local residents discovered Roman’s body floating in 3-meters of water some 200-meters from the shore with a cord wrapped around the neck. A short time later, Luydmila was found alive nearby suffering from abrasions to her legs.

Doctors at the Buleleng General Hospital examined the man’s body and, based on a superficial forensic examination, concluded he died due to drowning.

Police in North Bali are frustrated in investigating the case by the state of shock exhibited by Luydmilla and the Ukrainian woman’s limited English language fluency. Police have requested an official translator from Denpasar.

Preliminary reports suggest that the Mother-Son duo were victims of a robbery in Kuta during which they lost the funds and passports. The two Ukrainians then decided to take what little funds they had left and travel to North Bali where they were reduced to sleeping on the roadside with no funds for food or housing. Police believe the couple's dire circumstances and accompanying state of emotional depression prompted them to enter into a suicide pact.

Police are in communication with the Ukrainian Embassy in Jakarta and have asked authorization to perform a detailed autopsy on the man’s body to gain more insights into his death.


Tragic End to School Outing
15-Year-Old Indonesian Student Dies After Getting Lost During Study Tour to Bali

A 15-year-old junior high school student from Central Java on a group tour to Bali has died after getting separated from his fellow students during a Friday prayer stop at Bukit Lesung near Candi Kuning in Bali’s highland lake district at Bedugul on Friday afternoon, March 31, 2017.

When the bus carrying the students on a Bali study-tour left the area the ill-fated student Yuda Setya Wardana was not on board prompting a 22-hour search until he was found cold and exhausted on Saturday afternoon in a local Muslim cemetery.

The boy died five days later on Thursday, April 6, 2017,in the intensive care unit of a Tabanan Hospital.

Shortly after arriving at the hospital on Saturday afternoon, Wardana underwent emergency brain surgery and was placed in an induced coma for three days by surgeons to aid his recovery.

Doctors say the boy died as the result of respiratory failure caused by an unknown injury to the lungs that did not show up on x-rays taken at the time of admission.

The boy’s family, who traveled from Slemen in Central Java to his bedside in Tabanan, issued thanks to local residents who joined the search for their son, to the Regent of Tabanan who covered the cost of medical care, the police, and the school teachers who kept vigil at the hospital.


Crustacean Conservation
Bali Quarantine Seize Illegal Shipment of Egg-Bearing Giant Crabs

The Bali Quarantine Office has released 160 giant egg-bearing crabs confiscated at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport into a local mangrove forest.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, the head of the Denpasar Quarantine Office (BKIP), Habrin Yoake, confirmed the crabs had been seized just one day before at the Airport on Wednesday, April 5, 2017, from a shipment that originated in Timika, Papua.

The large egg-bearing crabs that are banned from being sold or traded were concealed within seven boxes of crabs not banned from trade.

The egg-bearing crabs were destined for sales at restaurants in Bali.

Undersized lobsters and egg-bearing crabs cannot be captured or sold under a law passed in 1992.

Upon finding the crabs, a decision was made to quickly release them into local waters in the hope that they will survive and propagate over time in Bali’s waters.

Meanwhile, those attempting to smuggle the crabs are in police custody awaiting the impending legal process.


Sky High Positions for Women
Garuda Indonesia Appoints its First Female Captain

Garuda Indonesia is soaring to new heights in championing female rights with the appointment of its first woman captain.

Garuda announced the promotion of Ida Fiqriyah to the left-hand seat of one of the Airline’s Boeing B737-800 NG aircraft on the basis of her 18-years of service with the national carrier and a flight log with 10,585 flight hours to her credit.

Joining Garuda Indonesia in 1999 after graduating from a national flight school, Captain Fiqriyah has served on B737-300, B737-400,  B737-500 and the wide-body Airbus A330-300 and A330-200.

Quoted by The Jakarta Globe, Novianto Herupratomo, an Airline spokesperson said: "We are an equal-opportunity employer. We always reward good performances."

Herupratomo said he hope Captain Ida Fiqriyah’s success would encourage more Indonesian women to work in aviation and pursue careers as pilots.

Garuda currently employs 30 pilots from among the 1,380 pilots on its payroll.


A Motherís Love
Motherís Day Brunch at Bridges Restaurant Dedicated to Ibu Robin Lim of Bumi Sehat Ė May 14, 2107

On Sunday, May 12, 2017, a Mother’s Day Brunch will be held from 11:00 am until 4:00 pm at Bali Bridges Restaurant in Ubud. Featuring a unique “buffet at your table concept” this will be a family affair and the ideal complement to an event saluting mothers everywhere and a cherished tradition, now in its 7th year, at the popular Ubud eatery.

For the seventh year in a row, the restaurant invites guests to celebrate mothers as well as all great women, while giving back to the community at the same time. CNN Hero Ibu Robin Lim is known for her relentless efforts to provide better health care for disadvantaged pregnant women and for enabling natural childbirth and post-natal care from clinics she has established in Bali and Aceh. And, when a natural disaster strikes in remote regions, Ibu Robin has also launched rescue missions to assist mothers and infants in need.

To continue their support for Bumi Sehat, Bridges Restaurant will donate a percentage of the sales proceeds from the Mother Day’s Brunch.

Bridges’ chef has put together a delicious sharing brunch – a copious buffet that comes to each. To keep things convivial, the bar will offer cocktails, mocktails and a range of wines to accompany the brunch.

Tatang Nofrizal will also be on hand to entertain guests on his classical guitar.

The setting for this memorable mother’s day is the Restaurant’s riverside dining room providing amazing views to the green jungle canopy and the Wos River.

Mother’s Day Brunch will be served from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm.

Price: Rp. 350,000++ per person or Rp. 190,000++ for children under 12 years of age.

Menu, more information and reservations

Or contact Andri Setya at Bridges Bali Restaurants telephone ++62-(0)361-970095 or by Email .

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Bridges Bali
Jalan Raya Campuhan
Ubud, Bali



Inspect Your Gadget
Scrutiny of Hand Luggage Tightened at Baliís Ngurah Rai International Airport

The State News Agency Antara reports that Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport is increasing the scrutiny given to electronic devices, including personal computers, carried on board flights by departing passengers.

A spokesman for Bali’s Airport, Arie Ahsanurrohim, said, “Cellular telephones, laptops and other electronic devices can be brought on flights after being removed from handbags (and presented for inspection).” He advised that the Government has strengthened the policies on pre-flight inspections in light of recent international developments and a changing terrorist threat.
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The safety and security of hand luggage and the inspection of passengers and crew are already outlined in detail in regulations issued by the Director General of Civil Aviation in 2010. Five years later, in 2016, additional regulations covering baggage inspection and hand luggage were issued.

Most recently, on March 30, 2017, the Director General of Civil Aviation issued Regulation Number 3 of 2017 specifically dealing bombs and threats of bombs on aircraft.

Passengers boarding flights in Bali will be asked to remove and present electronic devices and may be asked to turn on the gadget, if deemed necessary by security inspectors.

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Wet and Dry
Baliís Dry Seasons Predicted to Occur June Ė August 2017

The Meteorology, Climate and Geophysics Agency in Bali (BMKG-Bali) is predicting the “dry season” in Bali will commence in June.

Quoted by Beritabali.com, Luh Eka Arisanti, a BMKG-Bali forecaster said on April 3, 2107: “The dry season is expected to take place in June. The dry season will last until August 2017. Bali will experience a three-month long dry season.”

Arisanti issued a warning that the public should be very cautious in the period of seasonal change with landslides, fallen trees and other extreme weather phenomenon can be expected. The public should anticipate heavy rains and lightening to occur during the shift from the “wet” to the “dry” season.
 


Who Checks the Chinese Checkers?
North Bali Immigration Officials Deport Seven Mainland Chinese Working for Government at Celukan Bawang Power Plant

Immigration officials from Singaraja, North Bali have deported seven Mainland Chinese men employed at PLN’s Celukan Bawang Coal-powered Power Plant

The head of Immigration in Singaraja, Viktor Manurung, told the State News Agency Antara, “Earlier, we inspected eight foreign workers, but only one held complete working and immigration documents.”

The eight men interrogated by North Bali Immigration officials were: Guan Guolei (38), Song Xiansheng (50), Lyu Jie (40), Xie Yinlong (29), Ye Mao (31), Yang Zumin (46), Lin Jianli (47) and Pei Yuqiang (31).

Seven of the eight were found to be holding only visitor visas with only one in possession of a limited stay permit (KITAS) and a work permit (IMTA).

As in the past, PLN, the State-owned company that hired the men, has escaped unscathed despite criminal penalties available to punish those employing foreigners illegally.

Immigration officials are promising further steps to enforce immigration and manpower regulations in the Regencies of Buleleng, Jembrana and Karangasem.

Manurung added: “We will work seriously and will not mess around on the problems of foreign workers. Supervision will focus on places where foreigners congregate to find foreigners working illegally in these three regions.”

Earlier, Singaraja immigration officials deported to Mainland Chinese nationals He Xingji (58) and Lin Meihua (52) who were found working in a prawn farming operation in Jembrana Regency.

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Kids Who Read
New Library in East Bali to Boost Literacy Levels

Driven by a passion for encouraging local youth to read books and embrace literacy, two teenagers - an Australian and a Balinese, are spearheading a project to build the first public library in an impoverished area of East Bali.

elbourne from the Australia’s Sunshine Coast and Tyas Latra from Karangasem in East Bali are aiming to raise AUD 20,000, so their dream of building a  library in the extremely poor area of Bungaya Village can become a reality.

The young women became friends while Samara lived in Bali with her mother, Cherrell Pcton, who was working as an Australian Volunteer International (AVI) volunteer at PUSPADI Bali. Tyas is the daughter of PUSPADI Bali’s Director, I Nengah Latra.

The library is being built on land owned by Latra.

The girls’ vision to build a library was ignited when they heard the Indonesian Government mandate that every child must read for 15 minutes a day in order to improve the national literacy rates.

“I love reading and I really wanted to help the children in my village to enjoy it as well so it can open up opportunities for them,” Tyas said.

Many of the youth in Bungaya village and surrounding communities have limited literacy rates, forming part of a linked cycle between poverty and a lack of an education.

“The library will increase the Bungaya residents’ reading and English skills, which will improve their chances of finding a job and lifting themselves out of poverty,” Samara said. “It’ll be a space used for cultural events like dancing, and it will also be accessible for people with a disability so everyone can equally enjoy the library.”

Samara also approached Journeyman International, a group of US architects who do free designs for social good or humanitarian projects and impressed by the idea, they have drawn up the library’s plans, which includes a "bale" and community space for cultural performances or educational seminars.

The library, kitchen, restroom, and bale are easily accessed using connecting paths, ramps and stairs, as well as low rock walls creating benches throughout the site.

“Through the library to the back side of the site, the open floor plan of the "bale" enhances the incredible view of Mount Agung,” Nicole Thompson, Architect at Journeyman International said. “There is a flow between all of the uses and structures, as well as the project providing the community with a learning sanctuary to gather and empower one another.”

The library’s overall cost is AUD20,000 with the teenagers busily fundraising to reach this target. Together they have set up a GoFundMe page, for people to donate or learn more about the library.

The Australian Consulate-General has provided AUD5,000 in funding for the library project, through the Australian Government’s Direct Aid Program.

The Consulate-General’s Direct Aid Program - active since 2005 - annually funds around 10 local projects. Since 2005, Australia has contributed around AUD 800,000 to assist local community efforts. This year, the Consulate-General will fund initiatives in women’s empowerment and development, community health, disability, and education to a value of AUD120,000.

“We are very pleased to support the building of PUSPADI Bali’s Community Library Center at Bungaya Village, Karangasem,” said Dr. Helena Studdert, the Australian Consulate-General. “The project will give the community access to books and learning activities, as well as an education, which is fundamental to economic growth and future opportunities.”

Dr. Studdert noted, “the project is a great example of the deep and long-standing ties between the Australian and Balinese peoples.”

Rotaract on the Sunshine Coast has also pledged AUD5,000. The Bali International Women’s Association (BIWA) and a team from Bali Island School are also donating funds for the library.

“We appreciate all donations, including books, especially Indonesian books for children, so they have access to quality Bahasa Indonesia and English reading material.”

Construction will start in April and expected to be finished in May, with the library due to open soon after.

“I see the extreme poverty in areas of East Bali and there are children, including those with a disability, who desperately want to read and have a good education but with no means to do so,” I Nengah Latra, PUSPADI Bali’s Director said. “The library will be free for the community to use, so they have the opportunity to come and learn to read at their own pace in a safe environment.”

To donate, visit the library’s GoFundMe Page  or contact Nengah Latra by telephoning ++62-(0)812 3990 701.

Email Latra  or Cherrell Picton.


We Will Remember Them
Celebrate Anzac Day at Baliís Canggu Club Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Anzac Day – set aside to honor the men and women of Australia and New Zealand who sacrificed life and limb in times of war is marked every April 25th.

Returned Australian and New Zealand Servicemen and Women, and members of the general public can join a special gathering at the Canggu Club on Tuesday, April 25, 2017.

The Canggu Club Sports Bar and Bistro C will be open all day on that date and entry is free to all those who wish to join the festivities

A live telecast of the Dawn Service from Gallipoli will air in The Sports Bar from 10.30 am onwards. The bar will be open all day long at happy hour prices with telecasts of the annual Anzac Day AFL Grudge Match between Essendon and Collingwood on multiple screens from 1.20 pm.

Typical Anzac Day tucker with an Aussie barbecue lunch will also be on offer and the obligatory Pavlova eating competition will also be held. Be sure to grab a fistful of Anzac Day Cookies also available as a desert course.

Accompanied children can also join free Auskick training in the afternoon.

The clubs many recreational outlets will be in operation, including the Splash Water Park.

‘At the going down of the sun, and in the morning, we will remember them….."

CANGGU CLUB
Jalan Canggu Club, Canggu, Bali
Ph: +62 (0)-361 848 3939


Food Fit for a Royal Kingdom
Chef Bansani Nawisamphan to Present 2 Special Nights of Thai Cuisine at Maya Sanur Resort and Spa in Bali April 22 and 26, 2017

Chef Bansani Nawisamphan, the Thai Celebrity Cruise Line Chef will bring some of her signature dishes to the Maya Sanur in Bali on April 22 and 26, 2017.

Born and raised in Thailand, Chef Bansani discovered a passion for food at an early age and decide that her future life would be as a chef.

Describing the passion for her chosen profession, Chef Bansani said: “It’s an exhilarating feeling to create dishes and an experience not only for yourself but which your guest truly appreciate and share the same passion.”

This talented Chef will also teach a Thai Cooking course in Ubud at the Maya Ubud while presenting two memorable culinary events in Sanur.

Royal Thai Buffet
Maya Sanur Resort and Spa
Saturday, April 22, 2017
Starting at 7:00 pm
Rp. 350,000 ++ per person

Thai Street Grill
Maya Sanur Resort and Spa
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
IDR 350,000++ per person
26 APRIL 2017 | 5.00 pm - 7.00 pm

Reservations are required and prices are subject to 21% service charge and government tax.

For menus and more information visit the Wesbite 

Telephone : ++62-(0)361 849 7800
Email Maya Sanur  


Dubai Dubai Do!
Emirates Airlines Doubles its Capacity between Dubai and Bali

The Jakarta Globe reports that Emirates Airlines will double its capacity from Dubai, UAE to Bali on July 2, 2017, with two flights daily.

The additional daily flight comes two years after the Middle Eastern Airline commenced service to Bali. Emirates has served Indonesia’s capital of Jakarta since 1992.

Emirates flies Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on the route configured with 42 business and 386 economy seats.

Emirates' hub of Dubai serves as a connecting point for passengers traveling to and from Europe, Africa, and the USA.

The additional daily flight service will see EK361 departing from Bali at 4:30 pm landing at 9:30 pm on the same day in Dubai. The return flight EK360 leaves Dubai 1:25 am before landing in Bali at 2:30 pm.


Dependent by Design
Russian Fashion Designer Arrested in Bali for Drug Possession

A Russian clothing designer, Goyaynova (29) has been arrested by police in Bali accused of consuming and distributing methamphetamines in Bali.

Beritabali.com reports that the woman told police that the narcotics she held were sent from Bali’s notorious Kerobokan prison on Friday, March 31, 2017.

Police in Denpasar says the Russian woman, Goryaynova, was arrested on Thursday, March 23, 2017, while passing through Jalan Dewi Sri in Kuta at 10:00 pm at night after being the focus of police surveillance for one month.

Police say the woman had been living in Bali for the past eight months working as a clothing designer and part-time DJ at local clubs.

She told the police that she had been using methamphetamines for the past year and one-half, purchasing the drugs from a convict at the prison.

Police say the Russian woman claimed she used narcotics for inspiration when designing clothing and traded designs for drugs.

When arrested by police, Goryaynova had 0.36 grams of methamphetamines in her possession.

Police say they are trying to uncover the woman’s supplier linked to Kerobokan Prison.


Underpass Construction at Bali Airport to Begin Mid-Year
Bali to Open Underpass at Entrance to Ngurah Rai Airport in 2018

Plans are materializing for the construction of an underpass at the Ngurah Rai Statue located at the entrance to Bali’s Airport. The plans for the underpass intended to eliminate traffic bottlenecks at Bali’s only air gateway will create a 600-meter long, 14-meter wide and 5.2 meter high tunnel at a cost of Rp. 260 billion.

Representatives of the Contracting Agency (PKK) for the National Road Building Association - VIII (BBPJN), Nyoman Yasmara confirmed the project to NusaBali on Monday, April 3, 2017

The Rp. 260 billion cost of the tunnel will be funded entirely by the Central Government.

Bali’s first underpass was built over a period of 18-months and opened at the Dewi Ruci Monument in November 2011, measuring 435 meters long and 18 meters wide.

In anticipation of the commencement of construction, the Minister of Public Works and Public Housing, Basuki Hadimoeljono, has personally inspected the project site.

Yasmara said construction would start in mid-2017 with completion targeted in 2018. Plans are also in hand from the National Government to widen the intersection of Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai and the Udayana University Campus.

Architectural and engineering plans for the widening of the intersection are now in the final stages. Plans are only to widen the north to south side of the roadway at the intersection from Denpasar to Nusa Dua. There are no plans at this time to widen the intersection on the south to north side of the highway.


Now Donít Hear This!
Silent Disco Comes to Sanur at Nu Lazer Restaurant and Bar Saturday, April 29, 2017

Nu Lazer Restaurant and Bar in Bali will play host to Sanur’s first “Silent Disco” from 8:00 pm on Saturday, April 29, 2017, until 3:00 the following morning.

Dubbed a “Sounddown Party” – the Nu Laze Silent Disco will feature music piped directly to dancers and partygoers via headphones.

The party will be an appreciation night for Nu Lazer's regular customers, partners, and clients. There will be live entertainment from Capsoul Band,switching to 7 Wilmix DJs for this silent disco segment. An exciting line-up of DJs that includes Wilson, Willy, Eka, Nathan, Surya, Sandy and Female DJ - Berlin Bintang will be playing a mix dominated by R&B, Hip – Hop, R&B Mash Up, House and progressive music.

Those passing by the “Silent Disco” on April 29th will see a largely silent venue where people are dancing to music heard only on personal sets of headphones. As a result, the tagline for the evening is “Psssssst…..We are at the SOUNDDOWN PARTY - Choose Your Music And Dance The Night Away!”

The Sounddown Party event director of operations, Zulkarnain said: “This event is the first silent disco party in Sanur and it will be huge! We have the best ever venue for a party in Sanur supported by a perfect sound great artists and awesome staff. Come on down and bring your friends!”

Sounddown Party – Silent Disco Comes to Sanur
Saturday, April 29, 2017
8:00 pm until 3:00 am
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Nu Lazer Restaurant and Bar
Jalan Danau Tamblingan No. 82
Sanur – Bali
Telephone ++62-(0)361-288807

Email Nu Lazer 

Nu Lazer Website 


Jazz is in the Air in Sanur
Griya Santrian Makes Sunday Mostly for Jazz on Sanur Beach in April and May 2017

Jazz aficionados have much to celebrate as the Griya Santrian announces its latest edition of “Jazz on the Beach” – a series of Sundays in the months of April and May 2017 dedicated to presenting some of Indonesia’s most talented musical performers.

With jazz, blues, pop straight-ahead and fusion styles played by some of the city's best musicians, Sunday Mostly Jazz by the Beach continues to entertain jazz and contemporary music enthusiasts. Griya Santrian is envisioning becoming one of the few spots in Bali that include every ethnic group, local performers, and jazz heads.

In cooperation with Sanggar Musik Indra Lesmana, Griya Santrian presents an array of outstanding jazz artists’ performances at the Griya Beach Club.

The exciting line-up of talent includes:

April 16 - Rieka Roeslan

Born in 1970, Rieka is a multi-talented musician known for her repertoire of contemporary pop, acid-jazz, and R&B. She is well known for her past role as lead singer of the band The Groove and has now formed a stunning vocal group 5 Wanita - featuring Andien, Nina Tamam, Iga Mawarni, and Yuni Shara.

April 30 – Kayon Trio and Gustu Brahmanta Trio

April 30th is has been designated by UNESCO as “International Jazz Day.” To celebrate this special day, Jazz on the Beach will feature performances of the Kayon Trio featuring Indra Lesmana (piano), Pra B Dharma (bass), and Gilang Ramadhan (drums). Also appearing with by Bali’s very own ethno-jazz group - Gustu Brahmanta Trio. This historical appearance of two of Indonesia’s most outstanding trios will be live streamed to the world on a day dedicated to Jazz.

May 14 - Harvey Malaiholo

A legend in the Indonesian music industry, Harvey Malaiholo traces his musical roots back to his famous grandfather Bram Titaley and mother, Maudy Titaley. A fixture at concerts, festivals, TV appearances and top-selling recordings, Harvey is arguably Indonesia’s leading crooner. Accordingly, this talented artist says he draws his inspiration from the likes of Frank Sinatra and Michael Jackson.

May 28 – Java Jazz with Indra Lesmana & Friends

Featuring Indra Lesmana, Dewa Budjana, Gilang Ramadhan, Donny Suhendra, and friends - Java Jazz is a fusion jazz group formed by Indra Lesmana in the 1990s. They have released 3 albums of Indra Lesmana's unparalleled jazz compositions. Don't miss this exciting  and historical reunion in Bali in a single concert on the Mostly Jazz Stage.

There’s a charge of Rp. 250,000 person at the door at 8:00 pm each evening that covers the show and a meal.

For more information or reservations Email .


Bad Fuel Economy
Lion Air Investigated after Fuel Leak Pictures Shown on Passengerís Twitter Account.

Detik.com reports an embarrassing posting on social media that showed a free flow of aviation fuel from the wing of Lion Air JT 178 parked on the tarmac of Surabaya’s Juanda Airport on Friday, March 31, 2017.

The picture, taken by a passenger sitting on the plane, was published on the Twitter Account @Muhsin_Budiono shows a strong stream of escaping aviation fuel pouring from the starboard wing of the flight scheduled to fly from Surabaya to Lombok.

The posting came to the attention of a Commissioner of the Indonesian Ombudsman Office, Alvin Lie, who is calling on the relevant government ministries and the Airline for an explanation.

As a result, the Minister of Transportation is now investigating the incident.

The Director General of Civil Aviation, Agus Santoso, said, speaking at a press conference in Jakarta on Monday, April 3, 2017: “We have instructed the Director of Safety and Air Worthiness to investigate. (It’s not clear) if this is only for Lion Air or all airplanes of this type.”

Santoso said his office would investigate Lion Air and also issue a circular memorandum to all airlines alerting them of a possible problem in the operation  and maintenance of Boeing 737 aircraft.

The managing director of Lion Air, Daniel Putut Kuncoro Adi, explained that there is an “overfill indicator” on Boeing 737s that should advise when a fuel tank is filled. In the subject incident, the indicator failed to work.

Lion Air announced that an action plan is now in motion with all Boeing 737s now undergoing inspection of all overfill indicator systems.


Fare and Unfair
Uber Driver Attacked by Mob

Ida Kadek Anom (30), a driver with the online transportation service Uber, was badly beaten by a group of men initially reported to be conventional tax drivers upset with the competition posed by online taxis.

Metrobali.com reports that Anom was attacked as he tried to pick up a fare at the Ramada Encore Hotel on Jalan Saraswati Denpasar.

The angry gang not only beat Anom, but also are said to have caused heavy damage to his car as it traveled on Jalan Bidadari III in Seminyak at 6:30 pm on Sunday, April 2, 2017.

The attack was  reported to the North Kuta Police Precinct.

Police say the victim drove to the location of the attack at around 2:00 pm on Sunday, April 3. 2017, to fetch a passenger at the Ramada Encore Hotel.

As he left the hotel with his passenger, the vehicle was stopped by a member of the hotel’s security team accompanied by several conventional taxi drivers who forced the passenger to disembark the vehicle after the driver refused to pay an illegal “fine” of Rp. 500,000 demanded by the men.

When the driver attempted to drive away, the security of the hotel alerted the conventional taxi drivers who the press reported chased after and attacked Anom.

The driver was beaten to the point he required hospitalization while the vehicle was also badly damaged by a group  said to number more than 10.

In a subsequent report by DenPost, police have taken into custody four men believed to have participated in the beating. Now under arrest at the Kuta police precinct are Made Karyawan alias Baglug (24), Ida Bagus Putu Oka Pujana alias Gus Breng (20), Kadek Sulendra Adi Putra alias Kadek Negara (21) and I Kadek Suartawan alias Lembek (27).

The four men were taken into custody on Friday, April 7, 2017.

Police now claim the attack had no connection with rivalry between conventional taxi drivers and online transportation operators, but resulted after Anom’s vehicle struck a number of vehicles while leaving the hotel.

According to police, Anom was driving away at a high rate of speed from the Ramada Encore Hotel where, moments before, he had been confronted by angry conventional taxi drivers for picking up a passenger at the hotel. While driving down a local road, Anom is alleged to have struck several parked cars before running off the road where it hit a garbage bin and a tree.

The men who struck Anom claim they were preventing his escape from the scene of an accident.


When Turtles Face Hurdles
Bali Turtle Island Development Project Showing Signs of Springing Back to Life

After laying dormant for more than 10 years, the Bali Turtle Island Development (BTID) at Serangan Island in South Denpasar is showing signs of new interest by investors. NusaBali reports that the island site, much of it on reclaimed land, will become a tourism complex modeled on the ITDC project at Nusa Dua.

The controversial parcel of land may face problems in realizing its development plans due to the fact that the BTID is reported to be lacking the permits from the Municipality of Denpasar needed to move forward.

NusaBali says signs of new development activity have taken place over the past two months, after a long pause in any building activity dating from 1998 when the monetary crisis disrupted the Indonesian economy. Access to the BTID has been changes and heavy-duty equipment is now working at the site.

A site office has also been erected at BTID and several areas of the site are now behind opaque wooden walls.
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Those working at the site say a Singapore contractor is working on the site from a master plan that includes a hotel, golf course, yacht basin and other facilities.

NusaBali says the project that has been underway for the past two months lacks the necessary building and other permits.

Meanwhile, Made Kusuma Putra, the head of the Investment and Licensing Agency for Denpasar (BPPTSP&PM) confirmed on Sunday, April 2, 2017, that the master plan for the project has been submitted to the Denpasar Government two years ago,

Diputra confirmed that no building permit (IMB) has been issued in connection with the BTID location and questioned how project office managed to be erected in the absence of an IMB.

NusaBali’s efforts to seek comment from the BTID office on Serangan Island were unsuccessful.

In the 1990s, a group of investors began work on the BTID by acquiring large tracts of land and reclaiming ocean area to create a project site measuring an estimated 400-hectares. The project came to a halt in 1998 during the Indonesian monetary crisis, leaving an undeveloped desert-like island.


Too Dumb to Fly
Denpasar Woman Grounded for Joking About Having a Bomb at Baliís Airport

Titis Afril Batari Arsy Hata, a 28-year-old woman from East Kotawaringan in Central Kalimantan was taken into custody by security officials at Bali’s airport on Saturday, April 8, 2017, after telling security staff that she was carrying a bomb.

At approximately 1:15 pm on Saturday, Hata was in the boarding process for Wing Airs Flight IW 1840 to Malang, East Java when she told the security officials that she had a bomb that precipitating an almost instantaneous process that saw the woman subdued and taken away to a secure area for intensive interrogation.

Security officials found no evidence of any explosives on the woman or in her hand luggage.

The woman told the security officials that she was only “joking” when she mentioned a bomb at the inspection gate. Officials made the woman sign a letter apologizing for her actions.

Afril listed her residential address as Jalan Tukad Musi VII No. 2, Panjer, Denpasar

It is not clear from press reports if the woman was released and allowed to continue her journey or is still under an investigative process by police.

In any case, Afril missed her flight to Malang.

Aviation law in Indonesia provides for imprisonment of between 1 and 15 years for those found guilty of disrupting a flight by claiming a bomb is in their possession or on board an aircraft.


Where to Park our Planes?
Bali Airport Considering Banning ATR Aircraft from Overnighting in Order to Open More Flight Slots

The head of Tourism for the Province of Bali, Anak Agung Yuniartha, told Beritadewata.com that Bali must do all it can to increase the number of flights operating from Ngurah Rai International Airport in order to increase tourist totals.

Yuniartha said that 80% of all tourists who visit Indonesia arrive via air with 43% via Bali’s airport. In 2016, 5 million foreign tourists landed in Bali.

In response, PT Angkasa Pura – the airport authority in Bali, revealed that they are considering banning ATR aircraft from parking overnight in Bali in order to make space for more flights slots.

Currently, 27 airplanes are permanently based in Bali using the tarmac that is blamed for preventing additional flights from operating in and out of the Island.

The possible banning of basing ATR aircraft in Bali is still under discussion as a way of making it possible to accommodate requests for more flight slots. At the same time, Angkasa Pura is seeking ways to increase runway, taxiway and apron capacity at Ngurah Rai.


 
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