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BALI UPDATE #1125 - 26 March 2018

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Weather Warning for Bali
Meteorologists Warn of Potential for High Winds and High Waves in Bali Until March 25th from Tropical Cyclone Marcus



Gonna Shop, Shop, Shop, Around the Clock
Bali’s Badung Regency Seeks to Limit Proliferation of 24-hour Convenience Stores

Denpost reports that 24-hour convenience stores in the South Bali Regency of Badung must now possess official permits that specifically allow round-the-clock operations.

The decree (Perbup Badung Nomor 62 tahun 2017) that was issued on December 4, 2017, forbids 24-operations without special permits issued by the Regency. The head of the Investment and One-Door permit office for Badung, Made Agus Aryawan, said on Friday, March 23, 2018, that the ruling includes supermarkets, minimarkets and convenience stores.

Aryawan confirmed that to date no store has submitted an application to allow 24-hour operations.

Separately, the Head of the Badung Enforcement Agency (Satpol PP Badung), I Gusti Agung Ketut Suryanegara, said discussions were underway with the Department of Cooperatives, the Department for Small and Medium-size Industry and the Department of Trade on how to implement the new regulation. Suryanegara said that 24-hour shops would soon be visited by Regency teams to socialize the new rules and explain permit requirements, including providing deadlines for compliance.

Those who do not comply will receive three written warnings before the possible sealing and closing of their the storefronts.

The current rules only allow self-service shops and stores to operate between 10:00 am and 10:00 pm on weekdays and from 10:00 am and 11:00 pm on Saturdays and Sundays. On religious and national holidays shops are allowed to stay open until midnight.

The number of self-service shops and stores are also limited in terms of the number allowed to operate in each sub-district (kecamatan), with independent owner-operated stores seemingly exempted from the quota limit.

The current totals for mini-marts, convenience stores or “self-service” shops in the Bandung Regency are calculated at:
  • South Kuta – 400 “self-service” stores comprised of 120 franchise operations and 280 non-franchise outlets.
  • Kuta - 389 “self-service” stores comprised of 116 franchise operations and 273 non-franchise outlets.
  • North Kuta - 408 “self-service” stores comprised of 122 franchise operations and 286 non-franchise outlets.
  • Mengwi - 264 “self-service” stores comprised of 78 franchise operations and 186 non-franchise outlets.
  • Abiansemal - 222 “self-service” stores comprised of 71 franchise operations and 151 non-franchise outlets.
  • Petang - 77 “self-service” stores comprised of 21 franchise operations and 56 non-franchise outlets.
Rules are also slated to be tightened regarding self-service and convenience stores' proximity to public markets. In South Kuta and North Kuta, these businesses must me a minimum of 50-100 meters from public markets. In Kuta, the distance is defined as between 0-50 meters (sic). In Mengwi, the distance is 101-200 meters. In Abiansemal, the distance is between 200-500 meters. While in Petang the distance is defined as 300-500 meters.

The new rules are intended to limit competition between modern convenience stores and traditional markets used by farmers and local business people to sell their produce and goods.


The Positivity of Powerlessness
Bali Electrical Power Usages Declines 35-40% During ‘Nyepi’ – 24-hours of Silence.

Bali’s day of silence – “Nyepi” was marked on Saturday, March 17, 2018, as air and seaports emptied, the airport shut down for 24-hours, and people disappeared into their shuttered homes to observe Bali-Hindu tenets dictating meditative solitude. Even cable and satellite television service was suspended from sunrise on March 17th until sunrise the following morning.

As reported by BISNISBALI.COM, 6 highly-devout areas of Bali requested that electrical service be disconnected during the proscribed period, namely: Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan, and three districts in the North Bali Regency of Buleleng - Tejakula, Panuktukan and Les.

Island-wide, the State power board PLN recorded that nighttime peak usage of electricity during “Nyepi” was measured at 518.3 megawatts reducing to 515 megawatts during daylight hours. This compares to average daily nighttime usage measured by PLN of 805 megawatts and a daytime average of 771 megawatts.

The deputy manager for communications and the environment for PLN in Bali, I Gusti Ketut Putra, calculated an overall decline in electrical consumption of 35-40 percent during “Nyepi.”


Competitive in a Data Dependent World
Telkomsel Working to Fulfil Promise of 4G Connectivity in all Areas of Java and Bali

Telkomsel – the Indonesian Government telecommunication provider – is enhancing 4G services Java and Bali to more than 6,000 transmission points as part of the Company’s commitment to provide 4G connectivity to every sub-district (kecamatan) on the islands of Java and Bali.

4G telecommunications on the broadband cellular network is the advanced “fourth generation” of telecommunication technology providing enhanced web access, IP telephony, gaming services, high-definition mobile TV, video conferencing and 3D television

As reported by Balipost.com, the targeted enhanced level of 4G services for Bali and Java was announced by the general manager of corporate communication of Java and Bali, Erwien Kusumawan, during a media gathering held in Makassar on Thursday, March 22, 2018.

The program to achieve more than 6,000 4G-transmission points has been dubbed “4G Everywhere” by Telkomsel. Commenting on the campaign, Kusumawan said: “We know the current data need is very high from various business sectors, social strata, and age groups as a means of communication. Our commitment is to build the Nation through digital data – a basic requirement to improve national competitiveness and assist the economy.”

Kusumawan continued, saying the establishment of a pervasive 4G-netweork in Java and Bali is aimed to also increase revenue streams from servicing the growing data demands from the public. Adding: “We hope demand will increase more from the double-digit growth recorded over the past five years."


Police Bust Synthetic Marijuana Factory in Bali
‘Gorilla Tobacco’ Factory in West Denpasar Was Set up to Distribute Synthetic Marijuana in Bali

Police from the Anti-Narcotics division from National Police Headquarters and the Bali Provincial Police raided a synthetic marijuana factory located in a luxury multi-storied home on Jalan Tunjung Sari in West Denpasar on Tuesday, March 21, 2018.

NusaBali reports that police estimate the “Synthetic Ganja” or “Gorila Ganja” factory was operated by a 4-member family group of brothers and sisters would have netted an income of Rp. 3 billion over three months when sold on the streets or over the Internet.

Of the 4 people placed under arrest, two have been formally charged as criminal suspects: Anak Agung Ekananda (24), and his brother Krisna Andika Putra (20). Two others, identified only by their initials EP (24) and SR (19), are currently listed as witnesses by police.

The raid on the private home occurred after Customs Officials working at Jakarta’s airport discovered a FedEx package sent from China destined for Bali containing the substance 5-Fluoro-ADB used to mix with conventional tobacco in the production of synthetic marijuana.

Customs officials quickly coordinated their efforts with Police Headquarters to affect a “controlled delivery” done under police surveillance in Bali. The half-kilogram package was delivered to Jalan Pemuda III, Number 23 in Renon, Denpassar. Police, posing as delivery staff, handed the package to Krisna Andika Putra and then immediately took the man into custody.

Under interrogation, Putra admitted to the operation of the “gorilla ganja” factory in the rented residence in West Denpasar where Putra’s brother, Anak Agung Ekananda, was arrested and taken into custody.

At the location police searched the building and found machinery used to combine the ingredients to make the synthetic narcotic, chemical components, and other incriminating evidence. Police also found 30 kilograms of tobacco waiting to be rendered into “gorila tembakau.

The two suspects told the police that they researched and learned how to manufacture the synthetic marijuana from online sources. They also revealed that in the past three months they managed to make three test batches of “gorilla tobacco” but had not yet managed to distribute any of their products.


In Our Element
Eco-Conscious, Extended-Stay Brand Element Hotels Arrives In Indonesia With Opening Of Element By Westin Bali Ubud

On Friday, March 23, 2018, Marriott International launched the first Element Hotel in Indonesia with the opening of Element by Westin Bali Ubud.

Situated amidst lush greenery and calm surroundings, the smoke-free, eco-friendly resort provides guests with a home away from home, with selections of healthy food and activities to keep them active, energized and balanced.

“Bali continues to be an important travel destination for international travelers, who flock to the island paradise for its beaches, history and charming local culture. Whether travelers are looking for a resort setting for a romantic holiday, a friends getaway or for a multi-generational family trip, Element by Westin Bali Ubud offers guests a way to balance mind, body and spirit, and authentic experiences that provide meaningful connections with each other and the local community,” said Mike Fulkerson, vice president, Brand and Marketing Asia-Pacific, Marriott International.

Designed with natural light and clever use of space, all 152 rooms offer Signature Heavenly® Bed, spa-inspired bathrooms, and a private balcony that opens out to verdant tropical views and a breath mountain air. Rooms cover four categories from deluxe, deluxe family, Punyan Suite or Puri Penthouse.

The resort’s culinary offerings focus on wellness. An all-day dining venue Andong Teras presents wholesome breakfasts to start the day and energising food and drinks throughout lunch and dinner. Every dish is freshly made using quality produce sourced from the resort’s onsite garden and combined with fresh ingredients sourced from local markets across Bali and Indonesia. Balinese authentic delicacies include Gerage Palem – shrimps marinated with the chef’s secret spices to Bebek Betutu Masisit Urap Paku -- steamed roast duck braised in duck broth.

Element by Westin Bali Ubud celebrates the first Element Hotel to offer a tailored spa experience at the PancaMaya Wellness. Guests can indulge in selections of beauty rituals with spa products that are created in-house at the Herbology table using natural ingredients. Guests can also enjoy a total rejuvenation with a nourishing facial treatments using fresh cucumber juice, virgin coconut oil and candlenut base. The holistic sanctuary also presents an integrated wellness program where guests can consult with a nutritionist on vitality, weight management and detox programs.

Boasting an inspiring view of the local jungle top, the Kintamani Meeting Room is equipped for meetings and events of all sizes, with an all-in-one connectivity station that connects audio, video and computer devices to a big screen. Floor-to-ceiling windows give way to natural lighting. The 170-square-meter space is ideal for banquet dinners with a capacity of up to 80 people.

Guests can unwind by taking a swim a saline pool or enjoying a refreshing drink from the pool bar. A well-equipped fitness room is open 24/7 using state-of-the-art “LifeFitness” machines. The resort also provides morning meditation along with sunrise, sunset and full moon yoga sessions.

Ubud is popularly known as a center for the arts in Bali. At Element by Westin Bali Ubud, guests can immerse themselves in Balinese culture with Balinese dance classes or learning how to make canang sari (Balinese Hindu offerings). Excursions can also be arranged to explore the nearby chocolate factory and winery, as well as a visit to the Blanco Museum.

The best way to explore Ubud is by bike, and with Element Hotels’ Complimentary Bikes to Borrow Program, guests can easily cycle to visit popular attractions like the Royal Palace and the Monkey Forest, shop for local arts and crafts in downtown Ubud, discover rice paddy fields and encounter authentic Balinese ceremonies and lively street processions.

“We really look forward to welcoming international travellers to Element by Westin Bali Ubud. The resort is ideal for both couples and larger groups of family and friends looking for interesting Bali-inspired activities, fresh local cuisine and easy access to all of Ubud’s attractions,” said general manager of Element by Westin Bali Ubud Stephan Faessler.

Elements by Westin Bali Ubud Website 


Prettier in Pink!
Bali Pink Ribbon Movement Celebrates 10 Years of Making a Difference in the War on Breast Cancer.

Yayasan Pita Merah Muda Bali, better known as Bali Pink Ribbon (BPR), has spent the last decade making meaningful change in the lives of women and their families in Bali.

By undertaking media campaigns and organizing screenings and outreach programs, BPR has improved awareness of breast cancer to an entire island, including even the remote corners of Bali.

Over the last two years alone, the organisation has provided free screenings and checks for over 2,000 women who attended some 40 screenings across Bali and adjoining islands.

BPR and its medical partner, Prima Medika Hospital, conducted life-saving mammograms or USGs that has proven critical in detecting cancer for more than 20 women. As a result, free biopsies were provided for six economically under-privileged women. Monthly support group gatherings bring together patients and survivors to share experiences and how to manage the disease.

Milestones of Bali Pink Ribbon over the years:
  • Raising funds to open the Pink Ribbon House, relocated from Seminyak to Denpasar in order to be closer for patients undergoing treatment at the Sanglah General Hospital and Prima Medika Hospital.
  • Purchased a mobile Ultra Sonography (USG).
  • Conducted breast cancer awareness seminars, screening events, and road shows.
  • Participated in “Education BPR Breast Cancer” - a week of educational Workshop for 8 members of the BPR team held in 2014 - including 3 Balinese doctors, 1 Oncologist Surgeon and 1 BPR Breast Nurse volunteer - that was held in Darwin, Australia. The workshop was at the invitation of the Alan Walker Cancer Care Centre, Royal Darwin Hospital, Australia.
  • Participated in Pharmaceutical Patient Organisation’s 3-day Workshop in Kuala Lumpur in 2015 and in Jakarta in 2016 at the invitation of Roche Pharmaceuticals, Malaysia.
  • Successfully held nine Pink Ribbon Walks to raise funds and breast cancer awareness in Bali.
  • In 2018 joined the newly opened Endrawati Cancer Center for breast cancer awareness education at the invitation of Prof. Tjakra Manuaba, senior oncologist surgeon.
Gaye Warren, the founder of Bali Pink Ribbon, said: “I am proud of our achievements in the last 10 years, starting off as a more or less voluntary organisation on the small Indonesian island of Bali and still strongly dedicated to educate and motivate about breast cancer awareness. While we are proud of our achievements, we still have many goals we want to reach in these coming years, among them the purchase another mobile USG, set up a Rumah Singgah for breast cancer patients in treatment and source a minibus for transporting patients and doctors.”

In order to do this Bali Pink Ribbon must raise funds to continue their work. The organization’s major fundraising event of the year is the Bali Pink Ribbon Fun Walk and Run held each October since 2009 during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Pink Ribbon’s founder Gaye Warren, who is herself a breast cancer survivor, was inspired by the Pink Ribbon Walk events in the UK.

In 2016, the Bali Pink Ribbon Fun Walk and Run saw over 1,000 participate with1,500 people targeted to walk against breast cancer in Bali in October 2018.

Pink Ribbon House - Support center
YAYASAN PITA MERAH MUDA BALI

Jalan Nusa Kambangan no 179 Dauh Puri Kauh
Denpasar Barat, Denpasar Bali 80113
Telephone: +62 –(0) 361 4746238

Bali Pink Ribbon Website


A Voice from the Tomb
Bali Youth Symphony in Concert on Saturday, April 14, 2018 at Bali Arts Center

The Bali Youth Symphony will perform in an Easter Concert on Saturday, April 14, 2108 at the Bali Arts Center’s Ksirarnawa Hall in a concert of “A Night Before Jesus Resurrects" at 7:00 pm.

The newly established musical group will appear at its inaugural concert under the musical direction of B.G. Manurang, the former conductor of the Huria Kristen Batak Protestan (HKBP) Nusa Dua Choir (2010-2013).

A group of 20 musicians and performers, the group emanates from the HKBP – the Batak Protestant Church in Nusa Dua.

For more information Text (WA) Raymond at +62-(0)857 3725 3523 or Email 

Bali Youth Symphony
An Easter Concert Program
“A night before Jesus Resurrects”

Saturday, April 14, 2018 – 7:00 pm
Bali Arts Center – Ksirarnawa Indoor Hall
Jalan Indah Nusa No. 1 – Denpasar

Admission by Donation


Guess Who’s Coming to Lunch & Dinner?
More than 90 Top Chefs Expected in Bali for Ubud Food Festival 2018 April 13-15.

The Ubud Food Festival 2018 is slated to bring international culinary stars to Bali to demonstrate and share their cooking expertise.

As reported by the State News Agency Antara, the Ubud Food Festival April 13-15, 2018 will bring Michelin-Starred Korean chef Jun Lee to cook for a privileged few attending his session at the Festival. Lee, is a 2010 graduate of the Culinary Institute of America (CIA), now owns and operates the award-winning Soigné Restaurant in South Korea.

Chef Jun Lee will appear on the Festival's “Kitchen Stage” where he will demonstrate how to prepare lamb in a traditional Korean style and later in a session entitled as “Bossman of Bibimbap” – demonstrating another Korean specialty using crab, salted eggs and a signature chili sauce from the Meta Restaurant in Singapore.

Also scheduled to appear is another Michelin-starred Chef, Rishi Naleendra - a Sri Lankan chef who is the owner-operator of Chef di Cheek by Jowl in Singapore.

Among the Indonesian chefs attending the Ubud Food Festival will be Rydo Anto – who currently reigns in the kitchen of the Gaggan Restaurant in Bangkok listed among Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants for three consecutive years. Rydo will appear in Ubud to espouse his “5s” formula of Salty, Sweet, Sour, Spicy, and “Surprise.”

The winner of the “Restaurant of the Year” and “Chef’s Choice at the World Gourmet Awards of Excellence 2017” – Petrina Loh will fill a slot on the "Kitchen Stage" presenting on “The Fundamentals of Flavor.”

Demonstrating molecular gastronomy will be Chef Andrian Ishak from Namaaz Dining in Jakarta in a session titled “Sonic Seasoning with Andrian Ishak.”

In total, more than 90 chefs will attend the Ubud Food Festival 2018, a list that also includes: Rinrin Marinka, Farah Quinn, Sisca Soewitomo, Will Meyrick, Chris Salans, and Charles Toto.

Ubud Food Festival 2018 Website


Ride the Pink Bird!
Solemen Pink Flamingo Derby at Hard Rock Hotel Saturday, March 31, 2018

Join Bali’s first Pink Flamingo Floatie Charity Race to be held at the Hard Rock Hotel in Bali on Saturday, March 31, 2018, between 2:30 – 7:00 pm in the Resort's large pool followed by a “Wet and Wild Pool Party” starting at 7:00 pm.

100% of the proceeds from the day will be donated to Solemen Indonesia and the numerous programs in support of some of Bali’s most disadvantaged residents.

t is open to hotel guests and the general public.

Registration and Participation Details

Participants can register in the following categories:
  • 4-person Corporate team Rp. 1.000.000
  • 3-person Family Race Rp. 500.000
  • Solo Race (12 years and above) Rp. 250,000
  • Junior Solo Race (Under age 12) Rp. 250.000
For Rp. 300,000 paid as a food and beverage credit, members of the public can join the spectators' cheering section.

Email for more information or telephone +62 (0)821 44197281


New Link-Ups Planned for Citilink
Budget Carrier Citilink Planning New Routes from Jakarta to Solo, Makassar, Bali and Penang

The State News Agency Antara reports that the budget low-cost Garuda Indonesia subsidiary - Citilink Indonesia will soon open three new domestic routes connecting Jakarta’s with Ujung Pandang, Denpasar (Bali) and Solo.

The CEO of Citilink Indonesia, Juliandra Nurtjahjo, said that his airline already operates 63 routes that will soon expand to 71 with new domestic and regional routes planned to commence in 2018.

Nurtjahjo said the next new routes would serve Ujung Pandang (Makassar), Denpasar and Solo.

Citilink will fly from Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta Airport to Solo in Central Java beginning on April 1, 2018, with new flights to Ujung Pandang and Denpasar scheduled to begin in the 3rd Quarter of 2018.

On a regional basis, Citilink will begin flying from Jakarta's Soekarno-Hatta Airport to Penang on a daily basis starting on March 25, 2018. Penang becomes the Airline’s second international destination following the commencement of flights to Dili in Timor Leste in May 2017.


Morbid Dick
Dead Sperm Whale Washes Ashore in North Bali

The carcass of a 15-meter-long Sperm whale washed ashore at the village of Bungkulan in the sub-district of Sawan, Buleleng Regency, North Bali on Monday. March 19, 2018.

As reported by Tribunenews.com, observers estimate the live weight of the large whale was around 10 tons.

Police from the Buleleng Police Resort say the dead female whale was first spotted by hundreds of local residents at 9:30 am on Monday morning. When discovered, the whale had already begun to decay with large wounds to its gastrointestinal areas and signs of skin-slippage that due to decomposition.

Experts from the Fishery Services and the Undiksha University in Buleleng took DNA samples from the whale that they think may have died a week before washing ashore based on wounds to its body, most probably inflicted by marauding sharks.

Authorities undertook urgent steps to tow the whale back out to sea in order to sink it in deep water in ordeer to avoid allowing the rotting carcass to befoul the shoreline.


Preparing for an Improbable Worst Case Scenario
Extensive Plans in Place for Rapid Evacuation of IMF-World Bank Delegates in the Event of Natural Disaster

Among the wide-ranging preparations and infrastructure improvements underway in preparation for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank Conference in October 2018, experts from the Ministry of Finance are also preparing contingency plans in the event of major natural disasters, such as an earthquake or a volcanic eruptions, occurring during the financial summit.

As reported by Detik.com, the Finance Ministry official assigned to oversee organizational, bureaucratic and technological information, Susiwijono, announced that evacuation plans are in place should a volcanic eruption or earthquake take place.

“Everything has been discussed, in the coming week we will meet with the technical teams. The teams will control all aspects regarding security plans, evacuations plans, medical plans, transportation for a large number of people (attending the conference),” said Susiwijono in Jakarta on Monday, March 19, 2018.

He explained that if operations at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport are impacted during the IMF-World Bank Conference by a natural disaster, the Government has already designated two alternative airports at Banyuwangi, East Java and Lombok. Stand by aircraft to be used for evacuation will be on standby during the conferences at both airports.

He also explained that If needed for evacuation there are 16 helicopters that have already been tested during simulation exercises. Drills have been run for responses to both earthquakes and tsunamis.

In addition to a large fleet of helicopters, the Indonesian government will also have on standby four Navy ships, ferries operated by PT Pelni and an armada of inter-island ferries. Based on simulation exercises, planners affirm that in the event of any natural disaster the 18,000 delegates attending the October conference can be evacuated from Bali and on their way back home in as little as 10 hours.

In order to facilitate the onslaught of passengers visiting Bali for the conference, coordination has been undertaken with all airlines flying to Bali in order to increase available seats with authorities now assuring the supply of airline seats exceeds the number expected to be traveling to Bali.


Drinking Bottled Water in Indonesia
Ministry of Industry Comments on Worldwide Warnings on Microplastics in Bottle Water

Following media reports warning of microplastic contamination of bottled drinking water worldwide, the Indonesia Ministry of Industry has issued a statement confirming that bottled water sold and distributed in the Country meets strict quality standards issued by the Indonesian Food and Drug Monitoring Agency (BPOM).

Panggah Susanto, the director general of agro industry for the Ministry of Industry, was quoted by The Jakarta Post responding to a well-publicized study recently published by the State University of New York at Fredonia and Orb Media Network claiming “widespread contamination" of microplastics in bottled drinking water.

Panggah said when commenting on regulations on bottled water standards in Indonesia: “The preparation of the SNI (national standards) for bottled drinking water products was done by a technical committee that was made up of many different stakeholders, including the government, academics and experts in food security, members of the community, and water producers.”

He also assured that the production of bottled water in Indonesia is routinely monitored from water source until the final bottling process for mineral water.

Based on the US reports, Panggah said further studies are need on the effect of microplastics on human health.

“Currently, there is no set quality standard, testing methods, or maximum microplastic content in food and beverage products, including bottled water,” Panggah said. Adding: “There is also no comprehensive global study on the effects of microplastics on the body that can be used as a reference.”


The Man Who Got Away
Foreigner Detained for One Day and Released for Disregarding ‘Nyepi” Rules was Argentinean Sought by Interpol

During Bali’s “Nyepi” day of absolute silence on March 17th - the police, assisted by community watch members (pecalang), roamed communities across the island enforcing the four tenets of Catur Berata Penyepian: Amati gni – no open fires or flames; Amati lelanguan – no pleasurable activities; Amati karya – no work or labor; and Amati Lelungan – no journeys.

Jawapos.com reports that two foreign nationals were apprehended walking irreverently walking the deserted streets of Bali on March 17th. The two blasphemers - Julian Diguardi alias Javier J Rochas (35) and Lukas, (40) were briefly detained and question by police in Denpasar and released the following day.

Police confirmed that one of the men - Javier Julian Diguardi, who had originally told police that he was Italian, was in fact on a “wanted” list of international criminal suspects issued by Interpol. Moreover, Diguardi was discovered to have lied to police about his nationality that was not Italian but Argentinean.

Javier also told police he was an artist.

Diguardi said he was staying with a Balinese friend in Legian when police apprehended him walking the long distance from Kuta to meet a friend in central Denpasar. When the man saw pecalang on patrol he tried to hide and run away, taking refuge at the campus of Udayana University on Jalan Sudirman where police took him into custody.

Police only discovered that Diguardi was a man wanted by Interpol when an official at Bali’s Airport recognized his name and photo published in online media. The man is reportedly sought in a case of fraud committed in Argentina and was on the run in Bali.

Interpol and the Indonesian  police are now circulating pictures of the man attempting to once again place him under detention.
 


Overnight Jet Parking Available
5 Satellite Airports Surrounding Bali Being Prepared for IMF-World Bank Summit VIP Aircraft Parking.

5 airports under the management of PT Angkasa Pura I (API) are being upgraded to support the coming annual conference of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) to be held in Bali October 12-14, 2018.

As reported by Balipost.com, the airports receiving an upgrade include:
  • Juanda Airport in Surabaya is expanding its aircraft parking area in order to accommodate an additional 7 narrow-body or 3 wide-body aircraft.
  • Sultan Hasanuddin Airport in Makassar is expanding its aircraft parking to handle 6 narrow-body or 3 wide-body aircraft.
  • Lombok International (Praya) Airport is being expanded to provide additional parking for 8 narrow-bodies or 4 wide-body aircraft.
  • Adi Soemarmo Airport in Solo is being expanded to provide additional parking for 6 narrow-body or 3 wide-body aircraft.
  • El Tari Airport in Kupang is being expanded to provide parking for 5 small aircraft.
On Sunday, March 18, 2018, the CEO of PT AP I, Faik Fahmi, confirmed that the apron parking area at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport is being enlarged to permit parking by 64 aircraft, an increase from the current capacity of 53 planes. Two new rapid exit taxiways are being installed to permit faster turn arounds on take-offs and landings. Airport managers say the new rapid exit taxiways will allow 33 take-offs and landings each hour, up from the current total of 30.

Also in Bali, the number of international check-in counters is being expanded from 96 to 126 counters covering an expanded area of 4,420 meters.

1,600 new parking spaces are also being introduced at Bali’s airport in time for the IMF-World Bank Conference.

Officials predict that around 17,000 delegates from 189 countries will visit Bali for the 3-day conference. Included among the participants will be 189 Ministers of Finance, 189 Heads of Central Banks, and 23 Heads of State.


Bringing a Battering Ram to Madame’s Door Jamb
West Java and Bali Police Bust Sanur Villa Used for Human Trafficking

Police from Garut, West Java working in conjunction with Bali Police have busted a human trafficking syndicate operating a commercial sex business in Bali.

As reported by Balipost.com, Garut and Bali police raided a villa in the Blanjong area of Sanur on Wednesday, March 14, 2108.

When Imam, a man police suspect acted as a gigolo for the operation, was interviewed he said the villa channeled girls taken from Garut in West Java.

Acting on statements made by suspects arrested earlier in Garut, police from West Java sent a flying squad of 8 male officers and 2 policewomen to Bali to make the arrest.

The raid, that was conducted by police at 10:00 pm, resulted in the apprehension of Imam and a number of female sex workers who were immediately transported by police back to West Java.

Police say the human trafficking activities saw young girls from West Java promised good-paying jobs working in cafes in Bali. However, once the woman arrived in Bali they were forced to work as prostitutes.

When police raided the villa they found 20 women employed in the commercial sex trade. Police were somewhat taken aback that among the 20 women, only 3 accepted free transport back to Garut, with the remaining 17 choosing to stay in Bali.


A Silver Jubilee
Join Rotary Club Bali, Nusa Dua in Celebrating its 25th Anniversary on Saturday, April 21, 2018

A quarter century of fellowship and community service will be celebrated by Rotary Club Bali, Nusa Dua at a Gala Evening at The Hilton Bali Resort on Saturday, April 21, 2018.

A ticket price of Rp. 750,000 will provide an hour of welcoming cocktails from 6:00 until 7:00 pm followed by dinner. The evening of fun will also include live entertainment, raffles, lucky draws, live and silent auctions, and special prizes for the best dressed.

Proceeds for the evening will be used in support of the Club’s many community service programs that include:
  • Cleft palate and cleft lip repair for needy children
  • Yayasan Kerti Praja programs of HIV/AIDS support
  • Yayasan Puspadi Bali program to provide prosthetic limbs for children.
  • YPAC assistance to disabled children
  • Scholarships for Balinese children via the Bali Children Foundation.
Early bird tickets at the discounted price of Rp. 650,000 are available until March 31, 2018.

For more information or to book tickets Email or send a text message on WA to Henny at +62-(0)8121004781

25th Anniversary Charity Gala Evening
Rotary Club Bali, Nusa Dua

Saturday, April 21, 2018
Cocktails starting at 6:00 pm
Graha Paruman Ballroom
The Hilton Bali Resort – Nusa Dua

Related Links

Rotary Club Bali, Nusa Dua Website

Rotary Club Bali, Nusa Dua on Facebook


Kuta’s Affordable Oasis for Sun Worshippers
Travel Tip: Blue Sapphire Club and Bar - The Place to Chill for a Day on Kuta Beach in Bali

While Kuta Beach has become an iconic “must do” for sun worshipers doing the rounds in Bali, we recently discovered the Blue Sapphire Club and Bar located at the Stones Entertainment Center on Jalan Pantai Kuta, opposite Bali’s famous Kuta Beach that might represent the best vantage point for a long day at Bali's most famous beach.

ce might be accused of “hiding in plain sight” and is, surprisingly quiet considering that it sits facing one of Bali’s busiest boulevards and most popular stretches of Kuta beachfront.

With a ridiculously low minimum spend of only Rp. 150,000 per person, visitors can grab a lounge chair for the day to stretch out in the sun or the shade, access a generously-sized beach towel, swim in a large glass-walled pool, use the shower and locker rooms, and even decide to dine from morning to night al fresco or inside at the most moderately priced Blue Sapphire Restaurant.

e who want to explore the beach scene, its located on the opposite side of the road, available for a quick dip in the Indian Ocean, taking an impromptu surf lesson, or chatting with the free-roaming vendors selling everything from sarongs to beachside massages.

But, in truth, the hullabaloo of the beach can sometimes become a bit much, prompting  a retreat to an idyllic Pied-à-terre of  lounge chairs at the Blue Sapphire Club and Bar to enjoy a leisurely meal or a favourite beverage.

he afternoon, consider enjoying a commanding view of Kuta Beach from the roof top bar that has three Jacuzzi's available at a moderate additional charge.

To our view this is the perfect location to "set up camp" for a Kuta Beach day, ensconce yourself to watch the passing beach parade, or just laze the day away after a morning check-out while waiting to dash to your departing flight at nearby Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport.

Blue Sapphire Club and Bar – Kuta Beach’s Best Bargain Going for a Beach Club

Blue Sapphire Club and Bar


Balinese Chef Wows Diners in Bangalore, India
Chef Made Karyasa Brings the Magic of the Bali’s Bejana Restaurant to The Ritz-Carlton, Bangalore

Chef Made Karyasa of the Bejana Restaurant at The Ritz-Carlton, Bali has recently concluded a visit to The Ritz-Carlton, Bangalore bringing his culinary expertise that resulted in a mouth-watering array of tempting Indonesian dishes being laid before the residents of India’s southern Karnataka State.

During his time in Bangalore, Chef Made introduced the distinct cuisines of Bali, Java and other regions of Indonesia.

Seafood fanciers delved into platefuls of Nasi Bakar Sambal Hijau dan Hasil Laut (Baked rice seafood with a green chili sambal) and Udang Sere Tabia (Stir-friend prawns cooked in chilies and coconut cream. Vegetarians were not disappointed as they sampled Indonesia’s much-loved Gado Gado (blanched garden vegetables served in a spicy peanut sauce), Opor Nangka (Young jack fruit), and Plecing Kacang Panjang (Long beans and water spinach bathed in red sambal).

also shared other Balinese dishes learned from his mother as a boy in Kintamani, such as Bebek Goreng Sambal Matah (deep-fried crispy duck with lemongrass shallot sambal), Udang Mekuah (coconut prawn soup), and Urap Jantung Pisang (heart of banana served with grated fresh coconut and crispy shallots).

Besides preparing lunch and dinner for eager Bangalore diners, Chef Made Karyasa also conducted 3 cooking classes, each focusing separately on Balinese, Javanese, and pan-Indonesian dishes.

Now returned from his journey, Chef Karyasa is back at the helm in the The Ritz-Carlton, Bali signature Indonesian Restaurant preparing outstanding Indonesian cuisine and conducting “Market to Table” cooking classes at the Culinary Cave – the unique culinary learning center at Bejana.


Changes, Many Changes
Balidiscovery.com and Bali Update Under Major Re-construction as with Launch of New Bali Tourism and Lifestyle Website

After 20-years, Bali Update and Balidiscovery.com are undergoing major changes that may cause a few technical hiccups in the transitional days and weeks ahead but will, hopefully, result in an enhanced reader experience.

Balidiscovery.com will soon emerge on newly designed website that will be mobile-friendly and tailored to meet the changing tastes of the increasingly “connected” world. The nearly 19,000 news articles written over 20-years on Bali will make the transition to the new website retaining our hard-earned “must-go-to” reputation for information on Bali. Reflecting our new direction, the “new” Balidiscovery.com is targeted to becomeover time the leading tourism and lifestyle website about the Island of Bali.

In addition to our weekly dose of news, look for special offers from Bali tourism operators, an extensive calendar of coming events, product updates and information on the ever changing range of activities available to Island visitors.

The new website will emerge in stages as we implement changes and new features.

We hope you approve of the changes that will only appear in the coming few weeks and visit us often. We hope hotels and tourism operators will recognize our new look and support our tourism news service by taking banners and advertisements on our new website.

We expect a few unintentional technical hiccups over the transition period and hope Bali Update readers and Balidiscovery.com visitors will bear with us and share their thoughtful comments as we strive to become Bali’s leading tourism news and life-style website.


 
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