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BALI UPDATE #1132 - 14 May 2018

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Preventing Inflation from Going Sky High
Bank Indonesia and Bali Provincial Officials Call on Airlines to Fight Inflation by Not Increasing Air Fares During Lebaran Period

Historically in Indonesia, a major source of inflationary pressures during the holiday periods is the cost of transportation. Because of this, the Bali branch of Bank Indonesia and the Bali Provincial Team for the Control of Inflation (TPID) have decided to jointly focus on controlling transportation costs during the coming fasting and Lebaran period.

As reported by Bisnis Bali, Azka Subhan of Bank Indonesia – Bali told the press that he hoped that airlines will not unduly increase ticket prices over the holiday period. “We encourage the airlines to provide additional seats and not increase individual ticket prices in order to control inflation,” he said.

The Bank Indonesia official admitted that it is difficult to manage the price of air tickets when pricing is a matter left for the individual airlines to decide. At most, the TPID can only suggest that airlines add more seats to widen supply and refrain from increasing tickets prices too much.

“For this year, we hope that the minimal conditions remains the same as last year and that ticket prices do not increase because this would add to inflationary pressures," said Subhan.


Bali’s & the World’s Pathway to a Better Life
Hindu Leaders to Meet in Bali June 23, 2018

The State News Agency Antara reports that Bali will act as host for the “World Hindu Meet 2018” set for June 23, 2018.

For the worldwide conference of Hindu leaders, Bali’s Governor Made Mangku Pastika who also serves as the President of the World Hindu Parisad, said that Bali must prepare well for the important conference.

The 2018 conference has adopted the theme of “Hindu for Better Life” to demonstrate the power and the place of the Hindu faith. Pastika bemoaned the fact that Hinduism is losing its once dominant influence in the modern world and the conference provides an opportunity to show the world the wisdom and advantages of a Hindu way of life.

Addressing the conference theme of “Hindu for Better Life” Pastika said: “This theme is simple, but problematic because there are many different ideas of what constitutes a ‘better life.’ It all depends on one’s individual perspective, experience and value system – all of which vary from one individual to the next.” The Governor added that despite these differences, threads of common understanding do exist.

The first World Hindu Meet was held in 2013. The 2018 conference will represent the sixth conference when it convenes in Bali on June 23rd.

Pastika said he hope the gathering of Hindu leaders from around the world in Bali will show the way forward for Hindus to lead a better life through the discussion and formulations of beneficial programs.


Bourdain’s Culinary Journey to Bali
Part Unknown’s Anthony Bourdain Visits Bali

For more than a week, globetrotting CNN gourmand Anthony Bourdain traveled across Indonesia experiencing some of the many culinary adventures the archipelago has to offer.

Traveling together with his CNN “Parts Unknown” crew, Bourdain visited Jakarta, where he dined at a Padang Restaurant, ate fish-head curry, and encountered the street food to be found around “Blok M”.

Later, during a visit to Bali, Bourdain traveled to the Regency of Gianyar to relish the Balinese take of roast suckling pig – Babi Guling.

Anthony Bourdain visited Warung Makan Babi Guling Pande Egi in Gianyar where he witnessed, start to finish, the elaborate preparations for Balinese roast suckling pig. Located on Jalan Bukit Buluh in the Village of Beng, Warung Makan Babi Guling Pande Egi has a unique, yet still traditional, way of preparing roast pig that is served at a location that provides a pleasing view over local rice fields.

Standard offerings on the menu are generous plates of roast suckling pig served with crackling and Balinese lawar, pork sate and Kuah Balung (pork bone soup). No dish is complete, however, without a generous serving of spicy, hot sambal.

Best of all, a portion of basic Nasi Babi Gulung costs only Rp. 15,000.

Local iced drinks and fresh fruit help round out a lunch or dinner at this popular Babi Guling Food Stand.


Guided by Street Justice
Bali Guides Demand Prison Time for Illegal Mainland Chinese Tour Guide

Bali’s Mandarin speaking guides continue to protest the presence of illegal foreign guides working on the Island. After staging protest at the Kuta Police Precinct and the Bali House of Representatives, hundreds of members of the Indonesian Guide Association (HPI-Bali) and their supporters stage another demonstration in front of the Ngurah Rai Immigration Office demanding justice and a firm application of the law against those caught working illegally in Bali as tour guides.

As reported by Beritabali.com, the latest protests organized under the banner of the Community of Warriors Concerned for Bali (Komunitas Pejuang Bali) took place on Monday, May 7, 2018, when hundreds unfurled banners in front of the immigration office located at Taman Mumbul Jimbaran. The protests were staged as the 3-month period of incarceration for a Mainland Chinese man caught working as a guide in Bali comes to an end. Yosua Michael Tjoeng (Wisnu) speaking at the demonstration rally said: “We do not wish that the individual named Li Huahui or Ahu be deported from Indonesia, Because if he is (only) deported, there will be a period (for his exclusion from Indonesia) and he will be able to return to Bali.”

The demonstrators listed a number of demands to be fulfilled by the government, including a demand that immigration officials resolve the problem once and for all by taking legal action against those said to be behind a recent attack on a licensed Mandarin-speaking tour guide.

The demonstrators demanded that those involved in the attack on a Bali HPI member be charged under the criminal code with crimes punishable by 5 years in prison and fines of Rp. 500 million.

Ironically, in the midst of the demonstration against illegal foreign workers in Bali, several leaders of the demonstration accompanied immigration officials to a monument park located directly across the road from the immigration office where several foreign photographers were engage in a pre-wedding shoots.

Meanwhile, the head of the immigration office, Amran Haris, told the press that the illegal Chinese guide, Ahui, would soon be deported and barred from entering Indonesia for at least 6 months, which, Haris explained, was the full extent of the punishment that could be meted out by the Immigration Office.

Immigration officials announced that four teams have been deployed to detect and take action against foreigners working illegally as guides.

Amran said that Ahui would be deported in the coming week, unless criminal assault charges were filed before his deportation that would then allow him to be tried on criminal charges and imprisoned if found guilty.

Image: Berita Dewata


Rolling Again on the River
Tourist Activities on Tukad Unda River Back to Normal

Balipost.com reports that white water rafting operatiobs on the Tukad Unda River in the Karangasem Regency of Bali are showing signs of full recovery following the temporary cessation of rafting activities during the eruption of Mount Agung at the end of 2017.

With rafting operations resuming their business in the first quarter of 2018, as many as 200 passengers per day now join trips down the river.

The chief of the Village of Paksa, I Putu Aryadi, said on Monday, May 7, 2018, that earlier this year visitors to the river totaled only 100 comprised of people making photos. When Mount Agung erupted, visitors to Tukad Unda decreased by 60% as the river was closed to rafting for five months due to the safety situation surrounding Mount Agung. During the height of the emergency, the river became muddy and filled with cold lahar. With a reduction in volcanic activity from Mount Agung, the waters of the Tukad Unda have now become clear and tourists are returning in strong numbers to the area.

Aryadi said current visitor levels to the Tukad Unda River are high with between 150-200 tourists recorded each day. When special events or ceremonies are underway the number of visitors can easily exceed 200 visitors in a single day. He credits the rafting operators on the river for driving the increase in visitor totals.

To enhance the popularity of the destinationplans are underway to add new attractions  including flying fox, cycling, trekking trails, and swimming pools open to the public.


Boom in Domestic Tourists Expected in June 2018
Bali Expects a Large Surge in Domestic Tourists June 11 – 20, 2018

The Indonesian Government has declared a national holiday for the 7-working days surrounding Lebaran that will effectively result in a holiday period extending from June 11 until June 20, 2018.

The Lebaran holidays are traditionally a peak travel period in Bali,

As reported by travel.detik.com, the head of the Provincial Tourism Office for Bali (Kadispar), A.A. Gede Yuniartha, predicts a surge in domestic tourists visiting during the extended holiday period.

The long holiday was made official via a joint decision signed by the Minister of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform Asman Abnur, the Minister of Religion Lukman Hakim, and the Minister of Manpower Hanif Dhakiri. Additional “shared National holidays” were declared for the two days prior to Lebaran (June 11-12), one day after Lebaran (June 20) resulting in “shared public holidays” on June 11,12,13, 14, 18, 19, and 20. The established 2-day public holiday of Lebaran falls on June 15 and 16.

Yuniartha said: “Typically, the Lebaran Holiday see an increase of between 10-15% in domestic tourism to Bali. These tourists arrive not only via Ngurah Rai Airport, but also via the ports of Padang Bai, Banyuwangi and Lombok.”

The tourism chief for Bali said that the long holiday falling over school holidays should help fuel domestic tourism visits to Bali.


5 Million Chinese Tourists to Indonesia by 2020?
Indonesian V-P Holds Talks with PRC PM Aimed at Stimulating Chinese Travel to Indonesia

Indonesian Vice-President Jusuf Kala has expressed the wish that the total number of Mainland Chinese visitors to Indonesia will soon top 3 million.

The Vice-President’s wish was expressed during a meeting with the Prime Minister of the People’s Republic of China Li Keqiangin Jakarta on Monday, May 7, 2018.

As reported by travel.detik.com, Jusuf Kala said that total Mainland Chinese visitors to Indonesia reached 2 million in 2017, a number he hoped would increase to 3 million in 2018.

1,385,850 Mainland Chinese tourists visited Bali in 2017 making the PRC the number one sourse of foreign visitors to the Island. However,  due to the negative impact of the eruption of Mount Agung in late 2017, Chinese arrivals to Bali decreased year-on-year 35.56% percent for the first two months of 2018.

Vice President Kalla said: “In terms of tourism, we hope 3 million Chinese tourists will come in 2018, increasing to 4 million in 2019, and 5 million in 2020. Indonesia invites the Chinese tourists to visit the 10 new Bali's”

Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang noted there was abundant opportunity for Indonesia and the PRC to increase cooperation in the tourism sector that will result in more Chinese tourists.


Key Holding the Keys to the Complex
Oliver Key Named Managing Director for St. Regis Bali and The Laguna

Effective April 2018, Oliver Key assumed the role of Managing Director – Complex for The St. Regis Bali Resort and The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort and Spa, Nusa Dua, Bali.

A hotelier with over 25 years of experience in some of the world’s finest hotels in London, New York, San Francisco, Hawaii and the Middle East, Oliver joined Marriott International in 2011.

Key’s most recent posting was in Miami, Florida at the St. Regis Bal Harbour where he served as General Manager with area responsibilities for The St. Regis Washington, D.C and W Resort, Miami.

Prior to joining Marriott International, Oliver was the opening General Manager of the world’s first Armani Hotel in the Burj Khalifa, Dubai and The Address Dubai Marina.

Key also has a decade of worldwide experience working with Fairmont Hotels & Resorts

In his new role, Oliver will lead the team of The St. Regis Bali Resort and The Laguna, A Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, two of the Island’s most prestigious luxury properties.

Key received his Bachelor of Science honors degree in Hotel and Catering Management from the University of Surrey.


Free Willy? Not in this Lifetime
Four Men Behind Akasaka Night Club Drug Bust in Bali Given Life Sentences on Appeal

Abdul Rahman Willy, also known as Willy Akasaka or Willy Bin Ng Leng Kong, the former general manager of the notorious Akasaka Night Club in downtown Denpasar, Bali has seen his original prison sentence of 20 years changed to life imprisonment on appeal to the Denpasar High Court.

Willy Akasaka (54) was earlier found guilty of possessing and trading in 19,000 ecstasy pills that was increased to life behind bars in an appeal decision handed down on Tuesday, May 8, 2018.

NusaBali reports that the Denpasar High Court confirmed the original finding of guilt again Willy Akasaka saying he was proven guilty of the sale and purchase of a Class I narcotic in excess of 5 grams.

Akasaka was also ordered by the court to also pay a fine of Rp. 2 billion.

Three other men listed as accomplices in the crime Dedi Setiawan alias Cipeng (51), Budi Liman Santoso (38), and Iskandar Halim alias Koi (31) also saw their original sentences of 20 years increased to life by the high court and fined Rp. 2 billion each.

The four men were all arrested in simultaneous sting raids conducted by the Indonesian police on July 5, 2017, during which the 19,000 ecstasy pills were seized as evidence.

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New Hires at the Hyatt
Management Team Put in Place to Open Hyatt Regency in Sanur, Bali

Set to open in the fourth quarter of 2018, Hyatt Regency Bali on Sanur Beach is organizing its leadership committee appointed to open the 5-star property that will open on the site of the former Bali Hyatt.

The committee includes Executive Assistant Manager – Rooms Mohammed Kerzazi, Director of Food and Beverage Stijn van Leeuwen and Executive Chef Nadine Waechter-Moreno.

Executive Assistant Manager - Rooms Mohammed Kerzazi

is a highly experienced executive assistant manager in rooms divisions with a career spanning over 23 years in international Hyatt properties. Born and raised in Casablanca, Morocco, Kerzazi’s first hospitality industry job was working as a Front Office Clerk at Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress in 1995. He then rose to various positions with the rooms’ division category within Hyatt hotels in the USA, Canada, Vietnam, and Saudi Arabia before his appointment to the new Hyatt Regency in Bali.

Hyatt Regency Bali will be the seventh hotel that Kerzazi co-opens. Previously he played a vital role in the opening of two city hotels, two resorts and the first Andaz property in the USA.

Kerzazi says he is honored to be part of the pre-opening team of the Hyatt in Sanur. Adding: 'I am very fortunate that through my job I am exposed to other great cultures – this is exactly the essence of hospitality industry.”

A fan of classic cars, Kerzazi spends his down time connecting to his siblings in different parts of the world.

Director of Food and Beverage Stijn van Leeuwen

ly from the Netherlands, Stijn van Leeuwen comes to Bali fresh after opening the Park Hyatt Bangkok.

In his new role, he will oversee the hotel’s outlets and event spaces: Omang Omang, an all-day dining venue; Pizzaria, the beachfront Italian restaurant; Piano Lounge, a lobby bar with live entertainment; and Hyatt’s signature Residence meeting spaces, including a 500-square meter ballroom.

Stijn’s journey with Hyatt has brought him to many destinations around the world, from Johannesburg, Shenzhen, Manila, Bangkok and now Bali. “My absolute favorite part of the job is putting smiles on our guest’s faces, something I look forward to achieve in Bali,” says Stijn.

In his spare time, Stijn enjoys riding motorbikes, swimming and exploring hidden culinary gems, and eating and drinking out in renowned restaurants and bars throughout the world.

Executive Chef Nadine Waechter-Moreno

of Lucerne, Switzerland, Chef Waechter-Moreno started her journey with Hyatt at Park Hyatt Tokyo, as Chef de Cuisine at New York Grill from 2008 to 2010, before rising to Executive Chef in the same hotel from 2010 to 2013.

Chef Waechter-Moreno played a vital role in the pre-opening of Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen in Mexico, where she worked as Executive Chef overseeing three outlets. A foodie at heart, Chef Waechter-Moreno reveals that the reason she returns to Asia is because of the food. “I love Asian cuisine’s variety, flavor, and the fact that each region has a specialty dish. I am excited to learn and dig into it with my future colleagues and chefs.”

In her spare time, Chef Waechter-Moreno likes to try different restaurants. “Bali's food scene is amazing, and I cannot wait to experience the different eateries around the island,” says the chef.

The new team members of the Hyatt Regency in Sanur will report to General Manager of Hyatt Regency Bali Zulki Othman.

Fellow leadership committee members include Director of Sales and Marketing Ronald Nomura, Director of Human Resources Ira Puspitasari and Director of Finance Ida Bagus Arnaya – all veteran members of Hyatt Hotels in Bali.


Back in the USSR!
Two Russians Run Afoul with Police In Karangasem by Displaying Iconic Flag of the Soviet Union

Police took two Russian tourists into custody in the Karangasem Regency of Bali on May 9, 2018, after they were caught unfurling the hammer and sickle flag of the former Soviet Union from a small restaurant.

During interrogation by police, the Russian couple, Denis Nazarenko (37) and his wife Katerina Evelokimova (30), said that they had asked the permission of the owner of Warung Baruna, Hildergati Teti, to display the flag of the former Soviet Union as a means of celebrating “Victory Day.”

Balipost.com reports that the two were staying in Bali at the Vila Bali Vidi in Ubud, Gianyar Regency.

Police were drawn to visit the small restaurant when pictures of the flag went viral on social media. Police interrogations were complicated by the fact that the two only spoke Russian with a sprinkling of English. The Russians insisted they were not members of a radical group and were in Bali on holiday.

The couple, who arrived in Bali on March 19, 2018, were holding a visa that had been extended until May 17, 2018.

Denis Nazarenko told the police he had come to Bali for a holiday and that he owns a restaurant in Moscow.

The two said that they celebrate “Victory Day” every May 9th to mark the entrance of Russian troops into the Germany City of Berlin at the end of World War II. The 1-meter x 1-meter Russian flag they unfurled in Karangasem has been carried all the way from Moscow.

The two Russians said they had no knowledge that the hammer and sickle symbol cannot be displayed in Indonesia.

Police in Karangasem concluded that the Russians had no ill intent in displaying the flag bearing a “radical symbol.” After accepting the couple’s apology, the two Russians were handed over to Police Headquarters in Denpasar for further disposition.

(Image: Tribun Bali)


Kilorun Bali 2018
Run for The Distance or Run to Gain Kilos in Ubud, Bali June 2-3, 2018

In cooperation with Thai AirAsia, Index Creative Village – a leading advertising and event agency in Thailand, will organize the “Kilorun 2018 - The Running Festival of Food, Fun, Friends and Family” on June 2-3, 2018 in Ubud, Bali.

The second race is a series of races “KILORUN BALI 2018” is one of four races being organized in Bangkok, Bali, Osaka and Hanoi.

The Bali run will offer participants the chance to combine a gastronomic experience with an athletic event. Runners will follow a running route while enjoying a progressive culinary experience with stops to taste Nasi Goreng (Indonesian Stir-Fried Rice), Satay Ayam (Indonesian Chicken Skewers), Bebek Goreng (Deep Fried Soft Bone Duck) and other national delicacies.

The running-eating course will bring participants through some of the most scenic spots on the island including the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, the Ubud Palace, and Museum Puri Lukisan.

Competitive awards will be offered to finishers in each category. What's more, both male and female finishers who show up with the best fancy-dress costumes will take home a round-trip flight for two from Bali to Bangkok and a specially designed “Baowiw” plush doll.

A unique race – the event is divided into two categories:

KG or Kilogram Division

Participants in this division can walk or run the route, focusing on tasting and enjoying the local food delicacies on offer. Participants who gain either 0.5 kilograms or 1.0 kilograms will receive a special KG medals.

KM or Kilometer Division

The KM route will bring runners past iconic sites and attractions, experiencing Bali’s culture along the way. Runner can chose race distance categories of 3 km, 5 km or 10 km

Each male and female winner in each of three distance categories will receive valuable prizes. The winner of the Long Run (10 km) will receive a round-trip flight for two from Bali to Bangkok, a round-trip flight for two from Bali to Osaka, a two-night accommodation for two at Club Med Bali and a Baowiw doll. Male and female winners in the Medium Run (5 km) and the Short Run (3 km) will take home a round-trip flight for two from Bali to Bangkok and a Baowiw doll. In addition, the first 30 finishers in the KM category will be presented a Baowiw doll.

Finishers in races will receive a racing t-shirt and a commemorative medal.

Entries are now available with a 50% discount for the KM and a 25% off for the KG until May 31.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.kilorun.com

Telephone contact for more information is +62 (0)811 1788 799.


Here Comes the Bribe!
Three Men Arrested for Charging Illegal Levies from Couples Making Pre-Wedding Photographs on Jimbaran Beach.

A special team from Bali Police Headquarters is investigating complaints from the public regarding the collection of illegal levies on Tegalwani Beach in Jimbaran, Kuta.

As a continuing part of police investigation, police arrested three local men, identified with by the initials INW (49), IMS (22) and RO (23), on Thursday, May 10, 2018.

As reported by Balipost.com, the three men demanded money from people making pre-wedding photographs on the beach. The three were arrested on the beach where police also seized Rp. 1.5 million in cash and a receipt book.

The three men reportedly demanded unauthorized payments from people making pre-wedding photographs along the beachfront.


The Decline of the Rupiah
Slide in Value of the Rupiah Causing Jitters in Bali’s Business Community as Exchange Rate to the U.S. Dollars Passes Rp. 14,000

The continuing devaluation of the value of the Indonesian Rupiah, now trading at more than Rp. 14,000 against the U.S. Dollar, is causing unease in some sectors of the economy.

As reported by NusaBali, business circles are concerned that continuing weakness of the Indonesian currency will negatively impact the ability of businesses to meet financial obligations, and increase the cost of the imported components of gods and services.

Tourism - the leasing sub-sector of Bali’s economy, is also feeling the pinch of a weakening Rupiah. The chairman of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce in Bali (Kadin), Anak Agung Alit Wiraputra, reminded on Friday, May 12, 2018, that many tourism operations depend, to a lesser or greater degree, on imported goods.

The imported components of the tourism sector include many food and beverage items such as cheese, milk, bread, and meat. Meanwhile, many spas in Bali use imported oils and cosmetic products in their treatment therapies.

Wood processing industries use treatments and manufacturing equipment that are imported and paid for in prices denominated in U.S. dollars.

Alit said that the recent penetration of Rp. 14,000 to one U.S. Dollar mark represented a psychological barrier that can cause panic and lead to a further devaluation of the Indonesian currency.

Ida Bagus Partha Adnyana, chairman of the Bali Tourism Board (BTB) says the cost of many imported foodstuff has increased by 30% since January of 2018.

On Friday, May 11, 2018, the exchange rate of the Indonesian Rupiah against the U.S. Dollar was trading at Rp. 14,048.


No Shortage of Rooms in Bali
Bali Optimistic 6.5 Foreign Tourists Will Visit in 2018

The Government remains optimistic that the 6.5 million foreign tourist arrivals targeted for Bali will be achieved in 2018.

In 2017, Bali welcomed nearly 5.7 million foreign tourists, meaning that a target of 6.5 million for 2018 represents an increase of 14%.

Many hotels are struggling with low occupancy that has been accentuated by the large number of new hotels now available in the market.

Colliers Indonesia reports that at least five new 4 and 5-star hotels commenced operations in the first quarter of 2018, adding 797 new hotel rooms to the marketplace.

The new recently opened hotels are:
  • Radisson Blu Bali Uluwatu (240 rooms) – 4 Stars
  • Elements by Westin in Ubud (152 rooms) – 4 Stars
  • Marriott’s Bali Nusa Dua Garden (79 rooms) – 5 Stars
  • Como Uma Canggu (119 rooms) – 5 Stars
  • Renaissance Bali Residence & Spa Uluwatu (207 Rooms) – 5 Stars
On a cumulative basis through the end of the first quarter of 2018, Bali’s inventory of hotel rooms approaches some 58,000 starred hotel rooms:
  • 3 Star Hotels - more than 15,000 rooms
  • 4 Star Hotels - more than 23,000 rooms
  • 5 Star Hotels - more than 20,000 rooms
There are indications that the boom in hotel building may be nearing an end as banks are increasing reluctant to lend money for new hotel projects in a marketplace where construction has seemingly ground to a halt on a number of major properties that now blemish Bali’s skyline with half-finished buiilding shells.


Putting Kids Online
400 Computers to be donated to Indonesian Schools after IMF-World October 2018 Conference in Bali

The Indonesian Government has pledged to give away 400 computers to schools in Bali, Lombok and Banyuwangi in East Java after the conclusion of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)-World Bank Meeting to be held in Nusa Dua, Bali in October 2018.

Finance.detik.com quoted an official of the local organizing committee of the IMF-World Bank Conference, Susiwijiono, who said the computers were national assets that can be given to schools.

Those receiving the computers as grants from the government must fulfill certain eligibility requirements.

The spokesperson said that computers would only be given to the qualifying schools. Supporting components, such as software and internet connections, will remain the responsibility of the individual schools.

Schools wishing to receive computers will need to demonstrate their ability to connect them to the Internet and make the equipment fully operational.


A Karma Ending
Suicide Suspected in Death of Australian Expatriate in Sanur, Bali

A 59-year-old Australian man living in the Hotel Karma Royal in Sanur has fallen to his death in what police believe may have been a case of suicide.

The body of Graeme Peter Evans was found lying on the ground at the foot of an outside stairwell near the staff canteen at 8:45 am of Saturday. May 12, 2018, by a member of the hotel’s engineering staff.

Evans, together with his wife Nicole (45), had been staying at the hotel for 5 months. Just prior to the man’s death, the couple had been staying in room 105 located on the hotel’s second floor.

As reported by Jawapost.com, police said the couple had an argument earlier in the morning, strengthening suspicions that Evans may have taken his own life. Police also said the position of the man’s body suggested he may have jumped rather than slipped on the stairs.

Evan’s body was transported to the Sanglah General Hospital in Denpasar for forensic examination.


Run, Cycle and Swim at the Bali Triathlon
Herbalife Bali International Triathlon Sunday, October 21, 2018

Registration is now open for the 11th annual Herbalife Bali International Triathlon to be held on Sunday, October 21, 2018.

A permanent fixture on the Indonesian sporting calendar and historically the first triathlon held in Indonesia, the Herbalife Bali International Triathlon has been dubbed the “Triathlon for the Soul” for the way the event gives Balinese culture and traditions center stage.

Headquartered on Mertasari Beach in the traditional Balinese village of Sanur, the race is a continuing part of the Sanur Village Festival that celebrates heritage, culture, and athleticism.

In 2017 the Bali International Triathlon was crowned the “Best Triathlon Course in Asia” by www.asiatri.com.

In naming the Herbalife Bali Triathlon Run Coursethe best” in 2017, AsiaTRI praised the new Sanur-based course for its long loop in both the Sprint and Olympic Distance events run over a flat surface through the village of Sanur, and also praised the race's limited 200-meter beach segment.

Also lauded was the event's distinct Balinese flavor “by running past several local temples, beach and the local town, while enjoying a fast course.”

Read AsiaTri’s review of the Herbalife Bali International Triathlon route.

This year’s event will be the third running since the event was moved from Jimbaran and Nusa Dua, a moved well-received by all participants for the greater safety and greater flow of movement on a course that runs the length of Sanur and incorporates a portion of the Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai.

Some 2,000 athletes for 30 countries are expected to travel to Bali to participate in the Olympic distance, sprint distance and 5-km fun run divisions with the start and finish lines located at Mertasari Beach in Sanur, Bali. The first group undertaking a swimming start takes to the water shortly after 6:00 am on Sunday, October 21. 2018

And, as in year’s part, expect a strong turn out of past champions, and celebrity athletes form both Indonesia and abroad to make their way to Bali for this year’s triathlon.

Related Links

Website and registration for Herbalife Bali International Triathlon 

Herbalife Bali International Triathlon on Facebook 


Mitigating Madness
Bali Put on Highest Security Alert Following Bombing of Churches in East Java

Following the terrorist bombing of three churches in Surabaya on Sunday, May 13, 2018, Police in Bali and related security agencies have tightened security precautions island-wide.

Balipost.com reports that the Bali Police Command has placed the island on a “Siaga Satu” alert level – the highest alert level since Friday, May 11, 2018, following violent rioting and a hostage situation at the Brimob Detention Center in Jakarta.

Following the Surabaya church bombings, security at church services, particularly in the southern region of the Bali was tightened. Police were also deployed in force at major tourist attractions. Police attending at the doors of churches in Bali are fully armed and wearing body armor.

The official spokesperson for the Bali Police, Hengky Widjaja, recommends that the people of Bali remain both calm and alert. For the time being, he also urged the public to reduce activities in public areas. Police are also calling on the public to contact the police immediately whenever they confront suspicious situations or people.

Police have increased patrols across the Island.

Travel Warnings

The Jakarta Post reports that while foreign governments have expressed condolences to the victims of the latest terror attacks no country has yet to issue an outright travel band to Indonesia.

The European Union is warning its citizens to remain cautious and avoid traveling to certain areas of Indonesia. The Australian Smartraveler website is advising its nationals to “exercise a high degree of caution in Indonesia, including in Bali, Surabaya and Jakarta, because of the high threat of terrorist attack”.

The United Kingdom has noted that while most visits to Indonesia remain trouble free is urging UK citizens remain mindful of possible security threats.

Bali Air and Seaports Buttoned Down

Separately, NusaBali reports that the three main gateways to the Island – Ngurah Rai Airport, the Port of Gilimanuk, and the Port of Padang Bai – are now under tight security protocols to prevent the movement of terrorist elements into Bali.

100 additional security personnel drawn from the police, armed forces and intelligence agencies are now deployed at Ngurah Rai Airport.

Gilimanuk, Bali’s western seaport, went into a high state of alert with a large number of additional police on duty since last week following the takeover of the Brimob Detention Center in South Jakarta.

With the report of the bombings in Surabaya, an additional 120 police personnel from the Jembrana Police Precinct were immediately dispatched to the Port of Gilimanuk where thorough searches of arriving passengers and vehicles are now taking place.

A police spokesperson from Jembrana said police staffing at the port is now operating at a factor of 12 times normal levels.

Police are also on patrol at local fishing ports on Bali’s west coast to prevent surrepticious infiltration of terrorist elements.

Meanwhile, Bali’s eastern approach at the Port of Padang Bai is also now under intense security measures implemented by police and mobile brigade members. Police are verifying the personal identities, vehicle registrations, and goods moving in both directions between Bali and Lombok.


 
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