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BALI UPDATE #1121 - 26 February 2018

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I Am in Bali Now
Swiss-Belhotel Stands with the Island of Bali

Seeking to accelerate the economic recovery of Bali’s tourism industry following the eruption of Mount Agung and to promote the island as a tranquil vacation destination, Swiss-Belhotel International in Bali has launched the #IAMINBALINOW social media photo campaign involving nine of the company’s hotels and resorts in Bali.

To launch the program, an afternoon tea for the media was hosted at Swiss-Belhotel Rainforest Kuta on Thursday, 8 February 2018, to encourage a wider use of specially set-up photo corners to allow sharing on social media using the hash tag #IAMINBALINOW.

Swiss-Belhotel announced the program’s aim is to spread a message to friends, family and colleagues that Bali is a stunning destination, that it is open to tourists, and that Swiss-Belhotel International Bali hotels are safe and comfortable; where guests can enjoy the best facilities and services.

Media partners and stakeholders, including the Bali Tourism Hospitality Task Force attended the launch. General Manager of Swiss-Belhotel Rainforest Kuta, Teezar Mirza, hosted the event with support from general managers at Swiss-Belresort Watu Jimbar; Swiss-Belresort Pecatu; Swiss-Belhotel Petitenget; Swiss-Belhotel Tuban; Swiss-Belhotel Segara Nusa Dua; Swiss-Bel Inn Legian; Swiss-Belexpress Kuta; and Zest Hotel Legian.

Swiss-Belhotel International Senior Vice President – Operations and Development – Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam, Emmanuel Guillard explained the underlying concept for the campaign, saying: “I think it is important as hoteliers with a strong presence in Bali to show support for the island at a time when there has been mass-media coverage and influence on tourists about the situation with Mount Agung. We are keen to get the message out that Bali is still stunning, that our hotels are safe, that the island has an incredible cultural richness and is a world-class tourist destination. Who better to genuinely show this support and influence the future of Bali through the #IAMINBALINOW campaign than guests who are experiencing Bali right now?”

Inspiring wellness and serenity, Bali is the ultimate island destination, where visitors can lounge on incredible white-sand beaches such as Padang-Padang, as featured in the hit-movie ‘Eat, Pray, Love.’ Bali also boasts an abundance of soft, sandy beaches and relaxed seaside locations such as Sanur Beach on the east coast side of the island with its fishing boats and beachfront cycling track.

For a limited time only, Swiss-Belhotel International is offering a 50% OFF second-room bookings at any of its hotels and resorts in Bali.


I Think I Can Fly!
Ritz-Carlton Bali Introduces ĎFly High Yogaí Classes

Inspired by the transformative beauty of Bali’s idyllic surroundings, The Ritz-Carlton, Bali has introduced uplifting Fly High Yoga Class.

A unique new aerial yoga program makes guests feel like they are floating on air, using gravity to relax and realign the body, focus the mind, and elevate the spirit while improving yoga techniques.

Aerial yoga enables guests to complete traditional yoga poses using a special fabric hammock suspended from the ceiling that supports the body’s weight to help correctly align challenging yoga postures and hold them longer. Using the supporting hammock encourages proper postural alignment relying on relaxation rather than effort. Add to all this, is the fun of feeling like you are flying. Fly High Yoga is recognized for helping improve core strength and alleviate muscle tension, neck and back pain.

“Fly High Yoga is designed for our guest to have fun while at the same time delight in an enhanced wellness offering,” says Karim Tayach, General Manager of the resort.

Fly High Yoga is available for the guest at The Ritz-Carlton, Bali who wish to challenge their body without pushing it beyond its limits, regardless of age, fitness level, yoga ability or size. With the improved blood flow, the circulatory, respiratory, and digestive systems are stimulated, leaving you bursting with energy and glowing with good health.

Conducted by a certified aerial yoga instructor, the new Fly High Yoga sessions are held in the Yoga Studio at The Ritz-Carlton, Bali. Each 45-minute class is open to the non-resort guests as well as in-house guests, for a maximum of up to five participants per session.

Advance booking for a Fly High Yoga Class should be made at least one day in advance.

Private classes are also available on request at an additional charge.
To reserve a Fly High Yoga Class, telephone the Yoga Studio at +62 – (0)361 849 8988 or Email the Ritz-Carlton


Nyepi for the World!
Blissful Nyepi Escape at Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua Bali March 16-18, 2018

On Bali’s sacred day of silence, experience a tranquil refuge to the peaceful Nusa Dua at The Laguna Resort & Spa.

Enjoy a blissful Nyepi respite within the lush compounds of one of Bali’s most iconic resort. On the day before Nyepi, March 16, 2018, guests are invited to join the street-side festivities by witnessing an Ogoh-Ogoh parade on Nyepi Eve.

After the parade, back to the hotel to luxuriate in lavish accommodation, savor a long breakfast at the Banyubiru Restaurant, spend the day of silence at Nusa Dua’s largest seven swimmable lagoons, and partake in cultural recreational activities that includes morning yoga, Balinese canang sari making, and fruit carving lessons.

And while being confined to the hotel premises form sunrise on March 17th until sunrise the following morning, there’s time to take a culinary exploration by sampling a wide variety of Balinese, Indonesian and Western delights presented on a buffet for lunch and dinner at the Banyubiru Restaurant.

In keeping with the deeper, contemplative meaning of Nyepi, spend some time in self-purification and self-reflection by immersing in the peaceful sounds and rare sights of the quietest night on the Balinese calendar.

Blissful Nyepi Escape

The Blissful Nyepi Escape includes:
  • Daily breakfast for two at Banyubiru Restaurant
  • One-time lunch buffet for two at Banyubiru Restaurant
  • One-time dinner buffet for two at Banyubiru Retsaurant
  • Complimentary in-resort activities
  • Late check-out subject to availability 
A minimum booking of two nights is required.
Rates start from Rp. 3,500,000 plus tax and service per room per night.

Offer is valid for stays from 16 March 2018 – 18 March 2018.

For more information and reservation, contact The Laguna Resort & Spa at telephone: +62-(0) 361 771 327 Email


Bali on the Way Between Auckland and Dubai
Emirates to Fly from Dubai to New Zealand via Bali Starting in June 2014

Gulfnews.com reports that Emirate Airlines will soon start flying a new service Dubai to Auckland, New Zealand with an intermediate stop in Bali.

Effective June 14, 2018, people flying from the United Arab Emirates will have a choice of three daily services to New Zealand. The Dubai-Bali-Auckland flight will supplement the existing non-stop service Dubai to Auckland and a daily Airbus A380 flight Dubai to Christchurch via Sydney.

The new Emirates service is expected to boost arrivals to Bali, allowing intermediate holidays on the Island for people flying between the Gulf and New Zealand.

The new flight will increase from two to three the number of flight available from Dubai to Bali. Currently two daily flights to Bali are flown using Boeing 777-300-ER aircraft.

The new EK 450 Dubai to Auckland service will leave Dubai daily at 6:55 am arriving in Denpasar at 8:20 pm local time. The flight departs Bali at 10 pm landing in Auckland at 10 am the following day.

The return leg on EK 451 leave Auckland each day at 12:40 pm landing in Denpasar at 5:55 pm. The plane departs Bali at 7:50 pm to arrive back at its home base in Dubai just after midnight at 12:45 am allowing onward connections to the entire Emirate network in Europe, Africa and the Americas.


A Shocking End
Australian Expatriate Dies from Electrocution at his Home in Jimbaran, Bali

Republika.co.id reports that a 61-year-old Australian man living in Bali was electrocuted in a household accident at his villa in Jimbaran on Wednesday, February 14, 2018.

Anthony Gallagher was using an appliance to clean the bottom of a pool when he picked up a live cable while standing barefooted on a wet surface.

Gallagher reportedly let out a scream and was tossed a short distance by the electrical jolt. A man who witnessed the incident immediately disconnected the cable and moved the Australian from the garden area to a nearby sitting room.

Gallagher was unresponsive and presumed dead, despite efforts to revive him.

Gallagher was a local resident on the island living with his Indonesian wife at the time of his death.

Police were called who investigated the scene declared the death accidental and sent Gallagher’s body to the Sanglah General Hospital for forensic examination.


Baliís Ambassadress of Beauty
Ayu Mirah Crowned Miss Bali 2018

Singled out as the winner from among 10 finalists, Ayu Mirah was named the winner of the Miss Bali Indonesia Pageant (Putri Indonesia Bali) at a gala final event held at the Bali Safari Marine Park on Monday, February 12, 2018.

first runner up was Shelviani Chandra and as second runner up I Gust Ayu Dea.

As reported by Jawapos.com, Ayu received her crown from the outgoing Putri Bali Indonesia Bali, Devina Bertha. Like her predecessor, Ayu Mirah will represent the Island of Bali at the National Putri Indonesian Competition and become the Island’s Ambassadress at a number of events over the coming year.

is a 20-year-old student of tourism at Bali’s Udayana University will represent Bali at the Miss Indonesia Pageant to take place on March 9, 2018. That event will see 39 finalists from across Indonesia vie for the right to represent Indonesia internationally.

h, whose full name is Anak Agung Ayu Mirah Chyntia, said that good nutrition and exercise form the central themes of her beauty regime.

To mentally prepare for coming competitions, Ayu spends time honing her public speaking skills.


Managing Disruptions from Eruptions
Head of Bali Tourism Board Says Baliís Exemplary Handling of Evacuees from Mt. Agung Demonstrates Islandís Crisis Management Skills.

The head of the Bali Tourism Board, (GIPI), Bagus Sudibya, recently said that how the Province of Bali is handling the problem of evacuees from the exclusion zone surrounding the Mt. Agung volcano needs to be communicated internationally as part of the Island’s tourism promotion plan.

Speaking on Monday, January 29, 2018, and quoted by Bisnis Bali, Sudibya said that Bali’s excellent handling of evacuees from the areas surrounding the volcano has not been publicized enough internationally. Sudibya said that how Bali has cared for evacuees is a positive point to be used in promoting tourism.

The Bali Tourism Board chairman said the Island has proven itself capable of mobilizing and handling 56,000 evacuees in difficult circumstances over a period of time. Food, drink and logistical supplies have been delivered largely on time and in sufficient quantities. Moreover, the additional public charitable support donated by the people in Bali has been overwhelming.

Sudibya said that more publication of these achievements will build confidence in Bali’s source markets for tourism visitors, showing that the Island has a well-developed emergency response capability. Bali has proven its ability to adequately care for as many as 76,000 evacuees.

Similarly, Sudibya said Bali’s past record shows that the island can handle any future eruptions, delaing with effects both inside and outside any exclusion zone.


Pacto Plots the Journey Ahead
Pacto Celebrates 50 Golden Years with Launch of a New Logo

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Having just celebrated its 50th anniversary, Pacto Ltd. Indonesia – the oldest and largest Destination Management Company (DMC) in Indonesia, is launching a new corporate logo that will also be used to enhance a new website.

Crowning a period of enormous company growth, Pacto’s managers point to how their new logo reflects the dynamic, flexible and technologically advanced nature of the company. With its new logo in hand, Pacto looks to meet the ever-changing demands of the market place

Pacto’s new mobile-friendly website includes functions to allow ease-of-navigation that ensure partners can quickly find exactly what they are looking for; products and tour planner can access luxury itineraries with updated information of Indonesia’s areas of interests. B2B online booking offers dynamic rates either via XML link or web access page.

On February 28, 2018, before 200 invited travel industry guests, Pacto Ltd. Indonesia launched a publication on Indonesia’s Finest Villas and Resorts and awarded the “Billionaire Club” status to 15 hotels. The billionaire club status is divided into silver, gold and platinum categories representing  sales of more than 1.5 Billion achieved with Pacto in 2017. At the same event, Pacto Ltd. Indonesia presented the new company logo and website.

“The new logo reflects not only how far the company has come, but where it's headed. Its beautiful color degradation gives an impression of the dynamism of a company that keeps getting younger even after the golden age. It also symbolizes the company’s progression through years and readiness for the challenges and rewards in the future. Driven by attention to detail, we have offered our clients the opportunity to have memorable travel experiences, no matter the location or product request. We believe the new look matches our commitment to provide ultimate services to the most prestigious clients with a focus on making lifetime impressions. We also look ahead to remain market leaders by paving the path of the next 50 years to come”, said Umberto Cadamuro, chief operating officer of Pacto Ltd. Indonesia.


Basa Bali, Sing Kenken
BASABali Wiki Working to Preserve and Protect Balinese Language and Culture

The Balinese language is central to the Island’s ancient culture. Understanding the intricacies of how Balinese is spoken and used, how native Balinese interact with each other, an individual’s place in the hierarchy of a four-caste system, and, arguably, how both the language and esteemed culture are struggling to survive into the future - are all needed to understand to coprehend the situation of the Balinese language in modern Bali.

Even the most casual observer must realize that the Balinese language is under threat and sits squarely on the endangered list of global languages.

In response to this threat, a group of linguists and members of the Balinese Community joined forces to formed the Transparent Language 7000 Language Project (Proyek Bahasa 7000 Bahasa Transparan) that has succeeded in translating the a Google front page into Basa Bali and creating the BASAbali.wiki language resource. The BASABali.wiki site provides access to a dictionary of Balinese, cultural encyclopedium, and a self-editing digital library accessible in English, Indonesian and Balainese.

As part of their continuing efforts to support the Balinese language, a “Gendu Wirasa” gathering was held on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at Taman Baca Kesiman in Denpasar. The event saw the participation of academics, Balinese cultural enthusiasts and those involved in BASAbali projects island wide.

The BASAbali Wiki on line digital library allows users to continually enrich content by submitting new vocabulary, terminology, sentence constructions and even audio-visual content. I Gede Nala Antara, a director of BASAbali Wiki commented: “I urge the people of Bali to access BASAbali Wiki and contribute Balinese language corrections, vocabulary, sentences, terms, videos, speeches. Don’t worry as there is a team of language experts that moderates all submissions before they are uploaded.”

BASAbali Wiki is becoming an increasingly important archive of Balinese writing, information on influential figures in the Island’s community, and other matters related to Balinese language and culture. The site has nearly 350,000 users worldwide who visit the site to access a Balinese dictionary, video submissions, photos, short stories, quotations, traditional works of literature and Wikipedia-like articles on Bali-related subjects.

Underlining the growing importance of BASAbali Wiki, in February 2015 the efforts was named Semantic Media of the Month – an acknowledgement that was reported in Tempo magazine, The Jakarta Post, and Voice of America.

Antara said he hoped BASAbali Wiki would become the main source of Balinese cultural information as well as a Balinese language learning media for coming generations. BASAbali Wiki also aims to become a platform for Bali-oriented writers, photographers, lontar book archivists, historians and folk musicians - to name but a few of those who will find the site useful.

Explaining how BASAbali Wiki works, Antara said a person could search the word “ginger” on the site and could receive an instant translation, nuanced meanings of those terms, affiliated terms, where those terms are found in lontar literature, and even where the words are found in the lyrics of songs.

Antara added: “We are sure that students, teachers, musicians, artists, and others use dictionary and online social media that can be incorporated into BASAbali Wiki."

For more information on BASAbali Wiki:

Telephone Nala Antara ++62-(0) 81338018999

BASABali Wiki Website 

The Online Balinese Dictionary 


Feeling Socially Secure in a Public Park
Indonesiaís Social Security Agency (BPJS) to Open a ĎGreen Spaceí in Gianyar, Bali

The Indonesian Social Security Agency (BPJS) have pledged to create parks or “open green space” in the Bali Regency of Gianyar.

As reported by Jakarta Post, the plan to create park areas in Gianyar was announced at a signing ceremony for the development of the Kebo Iwa Sports Center to become the BPJS Ketenagakerjaan Open Green Space.

The Regency of Gianyar, A.A. Gde Agung Bharata, speaking at the signing ceremony said: "We continue to fulfill whatever the public needs. One of them is building a landmark that we plan to start soon.”

The development will include a child-friendly recreational space and informational material on BPJS Ketenagakerjaan.

The total project will cover 27,000 square meters and will offer open gardens, a children’s play area, an amphitheater, food court, a sports area, skating park, and media-information area.

Agus added: "We hope that this landmark can be a good way of educating the public about the benefits of BPJS Ketenagakerjaan and serve as an added value for tourism in Gianyar by becoming the heart of the city. After this we will begin a partnership with the Makassar City government."


Hello Mudduh, Hello Faddah
Kids Go Glamping at The Ritz-Carlton, Bali

While Mom and Dad luxuriate in the 5-star accommodation available at The Ritz-Carlton, Bali, the kids can enjoy their own holiday while glamping on a Ritz Kids Night Safari.

The Bali beachfront Resort at Nusa Dua that was recently recognised by winning ‘Luxury Family Resort Award, Asia’ at the World Luxury Hotel Awards, has strengthened its “family friendly” status via the Ritz Kids program that includes a well equipped playhouse and activities that range from fishing to dance, music, arts and crafts.

“At the Ritz Carlton, Bali we strive to create memorable experiences for all our guests, including children. The Ritz Kids Night Safari brings a, sense of adventure and the thrill of the great outdoors inside, by creating an enjoyable glamping experience in the comfort and safety of your own suite or villa” says general manager Karim Tayach.

Ritz Kida Night Safari allows children to explore their creativity and fantasy inside a tent filled with fun items set up by Ritz Kids Counselors inside their parents' suite or room. Glamping amenities include a luxury tent, compass, LED flashlight, Lion doll, mini tote bag and Ritz Kids Passport.

The Ritz Kids Night Safari experience also includes complimentary daily breakfast (under 6), access to Ritz Kids daily program; turn down amenities and bedtime stories. Optional activities include cooking class and Polaroid photos available at an additional charge.

Glamping is recommended for children aged 4-8 years old.

In-Room Setup is priced at IDR 800,000 plus 21% tax and service charge per suite or villa per day.


When a Hero Holidays in Bali
Birmingham Firefighter Comes to the Rescue of a Tourist who Fell 40-meters into a Volcanic Crater

Detik.com reports how a U.K. firefighter on holiday in Bali snapped into action and helped save the life of a woman who slipped and fell 40-meters into the crater of the Mount Batur volcano on Sunday, February 18, 2018.

The 33-year-old fireman, John Conway, scaled down the side of the crater wall to hoist the woman back up to the crater’s rim and then fashioned a makeshift stretcher that he and local residents maneuvered down the steep 1.7 kilometre trail down the volcano’s side.

The Birmingham fireman Conway, who had traveled to Bali to celebrate his birthday, told the press that the woman was lucky to survive given the injuries she suffered in the fall. Conway described the woman’s poor physical state after the fall that included profuse bleeding, contusions, head wounds and fractures. Using wet tissues, dry tissues and transparent tape, Conway spent a half hour on the mountain fashioning temporary bandages before another tourist, Dorina Agache, an Irish nurse on holiday joined to offer assistance.

Working as a team, the firefighter and the nurse, stabilized the woman for the coming 6-7 hours until she could be handed over to a hospital team. Conway and Agache stayed with the woman during the ascent and the ambulance transfer to a hospital.

The injured woman, also reportedly from the UK, suffered a fractured spine, broken ribs and a serious head injury and was hospitalized at the BIMC Hospital.


Russian Woman Dies at Nusa Penida
Russian Woman Dies After Plunging Down 200-meter Cliff on Nusa Penida, Bali following Motorcycle Mishap

A 21-year-old Russian woman has died on Nusa Penida Island after plunging down a 200-meter high ocean-side cliff on mid-day Thursday, February 22, 2018.

Beritabali.com reports that Karen Tatarenko was traveling with a friend on rented motorcycles when the Russian woman lost control of her vehicle. And while the motorcycle remained on the top of the cliff, Tatarenko slipped and fell over the cliff face and into the ocean below.

dent occurred at the Kilbun cliff in the Village of Bunga Mekar on Nusa Penida.

A 6-man search and rescue team was dispatched to the ocean location using zodiac rescue boats immediately after they received the report of the incident at 1:30 pm. The rescue team was on location at 2:45 pm, some two hours after the woman fell into the ocean.

A sea search was launch that 30 minutes later recovered the woman’s body 200 meters from shore.

The Russian's body arrived at the Port of Benoa at 5:45 pm and was removed to the Sanglah General Hospital in Denpasar for further disposition.


Tourists with Drugs Unwelcome
German and British Citizens Arrested for Smuggling Drugs into Bali

The Customs Enforcement Team at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport has thwarted two separate attempts to smuggle illicit narcotics and psychotropic drugs into the Country.

Balipost.com said both incidents involved the concealment of drugs by passengers arriving in the last week of January 2018.

The two people, now under arrest, are identified only by their initials” ASH (48) from the U.K. and SKAR (56) from Germany.

ASH landed in Bali on Air Asia FD 398 flying from Bangkok on January 24, 2018. The 48-year-old Englishman, who lists his profession as a computer analyst, had psychotropic drugs concealed in his luggage when he arrived on a 2:45 am flight. X-ray examination of the man’s luggage led to a physical inspection of the his luggage. That inspection yielded a plastic bottle containing 655 Diazepam tablets of 5 mg each. The prescription drug was not noted on the man’s customs declaration.

In his defense, ASH showed police a prescription for the use of 2 mg tablets of Diazepam to a maximum dosage of 42 tablets.

The German, SKAR, landed in Bali on January 26, 2017, on board Qatar Airways QR-962 from Doha at 8:00 pm. An inspection of the German’s luggage revealed concealed amounts of heroin, amphetamine, morphine, and Diazepam. Customs officials found a 6.78 gram clip of heroin and a bottle containing 2.57 grams of amphetamines. Officials also found 18 capsules believed to contain morphine in a small handbag carried by the man, 5 separate capsules of morphine, and 30 tablets of Diazempam. The German also gave up to police a clip of heroin concealed in his underpants.

The 56-year-old German listed his profession as a designer.


His and Her Excellencies Come to Bali
Foreign Ambassadors Posted to Indonesia Hosted to Weekend Tour of Bali

The Indonesia Department of Foreign Affairs recently hosted a visit to Bali by members of the Foreign Diplomatic Corps serving in Jakarta in order to promote the Island’s tourism following the eruption of Mount Agung.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs from Indonesia, Abdurrachman Fachir, at a dinner hosted for the visiting diplomats on the Nusa Dua Peninsula on Saturday, February 24, 2018, said: “We are utilizing the visit of the Ambassadors to Bali to show them first hand about (the situation) in Bali.

According to Fachir, the diplomats were invited to Bali in order to counter rectify information in the media regarding the danger of visiting Bali following the eruption of Mount Agung Volcano.

Fachir also hoped that photographs and video from the Ambassadorial visit would go viral on social media and help spread the message that Bali remains safe for tourism.

The group hosted on a tour of Bali February 23-25, 2018, included some 100 ambassadors and foreign legates and their spouses assigned to Indonesia from 38 separate countries. Representative of four international organizations maintaining offices in Jakarta also formed part of list of invitees on the tour.

The Ambassadors, accompanied by their spouses, undertook a “ring of fire” tour to Tirta Gangga and Pura Besakih on the slopes of volcanic Mount Agung, while also finding time to play golf and enjoy spa treatments.

The Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) hosted the dinner on the Nusa Dua Peninsula.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Tourism, the Provincial Government of Bali and the Bali Tourism Board also supported the Ambassadorial Tour of Bali.


Immunizing Manís Best Friend
Baliís Capital of Denpasar Undertakes Mass Vaccination Campaign on Dogs and Cats to Keep Rabies at Bay

The Denpasar Agricultural Service in cooperation with the Veterinary Faculty of Bali’s Udayana University, the Seve Bhuana Foundation and the Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA) recently undertook a program of mass vaccination against rabies in the Island’s capital.

The State News Agency Antara quoted the head of the Denpasar Agricultural Service, I Gede Ambara Putra, who said on Thursday, February 22, 2018, that the joint anti-rabies vaccination program was being carried out over four days ending on Sunday, February 25, 2018.

The program provided free-of-charge vaccination and sterilization operations for dogs and cats as a necessary step to reduce the incidents of rabies in Bali.

In 2017, the municipality of Denpasar reported zero cases of rabies. This was made possible, said Putra, because of the continuing program of vaccination performed by the municipal government that has managed to innoculate 87.56% of the dogs living in the City.


Slightly Higher than Target
Bali by the Numbers: Bali Ends 2017 with 5.7 Million Foreign Visitors

Bali’s target of 5.5 million foreign tourist visits in 2016 was surpassed, with 5,687,739 foreign tourists recorded for the entire year.

The final tally was a 16.18% increase over the 4.9 million foreign tourists who came to Bali in 2016.

While tourist arrivals in 2017 exceeded the month on month totals for ten months of the year, November and December saw foreign tourist arrivals suffer a downturn due to the volcanic activity of Mount Agung.

Shifting Source Markets

the year that Mainland China (PRC) became the main source of Bali visitors. PRC tourist arrivals to Bali increased by 40.55% to 1,385,850 in 2017. Australia surrendered its dominance as the top source of tourist arrivals decreasing 3.73% to 1,094,974 and repositioning to 2nd place.

ding down the ranking of source countries was Japan that lost its hold on 3rd place to India. Indian arrivals were up a dynamic 46.14% ending the year with 272,761 tourists. Japan increased only 7.85% totalling 252,998 on December 31, 2017.

ormers among Bali arrivals in 2017 were India (+56.14%), Russia (+41.71%) PRC (+40.55%), Canada (+17.91%), South Korean (+16.97%), Germany (+15.16%), USA (+12.23%), and UK (+10.25%).


Bali Update at 20
Changes Ahead as Bali Update Enters its Third Decade and Balidiscovery.com Prepares to Launch a Revamped Website

On March 2, 2018, Balidiscovery.com’s weekly emailed Bali Update detailing information pn Bali tourism and Island news turns 20. Edition #1122 coming out on March 5th will demonstrate that we have managed to send a new Update on every Monday without fail since March 2, 1998 with at least 52 special additional editions sent out when breaking news was happening in Bali. Along the way, we've wrritten and shared nearly 19,000 articles.

In the beginning, Bali Update was little more than an email sent to friends to counter erroneous international news on Bali during a period of political uncertainty in Indonesia. Then, like now, these were also international news channels incorrectly reporting on forest fires and natural disaster that we felt compelled to set right. Those early emails were shared and forwarded, resulting today in a formal mailing list of more than 40,000 subscribers – that now count several heads of state and chief editors of major news organisations among our subscribers.

Along the way, Bali Update has received numerous awards and accolades, including a PATA Gold Award and being dubbed as “Bali’s Truth Ministry” by TIME Magazine.

And, while the pursuit of “truth” can oftentimes prove elusive, we have always tried to present a balance view of the news, ensuring that Bali’s side of the story is always told. When problems emerge we have factually reported on those problems and what Bali was actively doing to overcome tragedy, natural disaster, and correct errant policy.

There are those who believe reporting on any negative aspects of Bali news should be avoided at all cost; somehow believing that in this modern era of cyber networks bad news can somehow be avoided or manipulated. Such thinking is wrong. This approach was adopted by another nation in the region that discovered, much to its chagrin, that when they finally decided to tell their side of a story long kept under wraps that no audience was prepared to believe or listen to them. 

Is Bali Update controversial? Far from it. The overwhelming majority of what we report are simply unembellished translations of news appearing in the in the Indonesian print and electronic media. If the news we present sometimes is seen as having an edge, then our readers are merely getting a nuanced reflection of the great freedom of press and public expression enjoyed in contemporary Indonesian society.

At 20, permit us this opportunity  to say to our many readers from around the world, "thank you" for your continuing loyal readership.

In the future will see major changes in balidiscovery.com, the website that serves as the platform and repository for all our articles. These changes will become apparent in the coming weeks as we launch the initial version of our new, mobile-friendly website that we hope will become the “Bali News and Lifestyle” website for our beloved Island.

What won't change, however, is our steadfast commitment to report faithfully and truthfully on Bali and its tourism industry.

Stay tuned and watch what happens as we turn 20 and beyond.


Promoting Meetings in Bali
11th Edition of Meet in Bali to Be Published in May. Advertising Opportunities Still Available!

The 11th Edition of Meet in Bali will be published in May 2018 representing a long and successful tradition of publishing Bali’s only comprehensive handbook for professional meeting and conference planners.

While the 10th edition focused exclusively on the hotels located within the Indonesian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) at Nusa Dua, the 11th edition returns to it time-proven original format of showcasing the large meeting, conference, incentive and exhibition (MICE) across the entire Island.

Printed once a year and with 10,000 copies, Meet in Bali is distributed to corporations and meeting planners in Indonesia’s major cities, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, East Asia and Australia.

Reflecting a growing commitment for a more businesslike and aggressive approach to marketing Indonesian destinations, the current edition is being distributed by the Ministry of Tourism and the Badung Regency.

Advertising opportunity close in late March with publication in April.

To receive a copy of the current guide or for advertising enquires Email 


 
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