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BALI UPDATE #519 - 21 August 2006

Shifting Sources of Bali’s Arrivals
Bali by the Numbers: Europe Staging a Comeback, ASEAN a Major Market Force and Asia Pacific Down Badly for Jan-July 2006.

As reported on balidiscovery.com [Bali's July 2006 Arrivals a Mixed Bag], total foreign arrivals to Bali for January-July 2006 totalled 674,561 – a drop of -20.39% from the same period in 2009.

As graphically presented on balidiscovery.com:

• The Asia Pacific Region (excluding ASEAN) arrivals during the first seven months of 2007 totalled 374,431 – a numbers that is down -26.64 from the same period last year. As show in the last instalment of Bali by the Numbers, Australia and Japan remain the worst affected markets in producing tourist to Bali.

• ASEAN arrivals are down -9.45% for the first seven months of 2006. Due to the advent of low-cosr carriers in the region, ASEAN arrivals have become a major source of business to Bali, operating at levels almost 3 time higher than 5 years ago.

• Arrivals from the Americas (both North and South America) are down -21.19% for January-July 2006 from that period in 2005 but, at the same time, exhibit signs of steady recovery.

• European arrivals are still down -8.8% for January-July 2007 from one year before. European arrivals are showing definite signs of growing strength, far ahead of the pace demonstrated in 2003 after the first Bali bombing.

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The Launch of BaliCalendar.com
Balidiscovery.com Launches a Website to Keep the World Informed on Events, Happenings, Exhibitions and Performances on the Island of Bali.

After several months of preparations and trials, balidiscovery.com proudly launched its newest website BaliCalendar.com on August 16, 2006.

BaliCalendar.com

Created to fill a long-stranding need in Bali for a central source of information on events and happening in Bali, BalCalendar.com has been designed to encourage community access and participation, allowing the public to submit their events for posting on the site.

Equipped with a powerful search capability, BaliCalendar.com allows visitors to narrow their search for "things to do" by type of activity (e.g. exhibitions, seminars, sports, public holidays, festivals, community meetings, and conferences & conventions) or a specific forward period in time.

Commenting on the launch of the new website, Arie S. Sukirno, Managing Director of Bali Discovery Tours said: "we hope this new website will become a permanent bookmark on the browser of Bali friends and visitors around the world. By providing a central authoritative source for tracking what’s happening in Bali we hope BaliCalendar.com will make a real contribution to Bali's recovery and encourage visitors to extend their stay on the Island in order to include the many activities available for both locals and visitors."

More information: BaliCalendar.com

 

Government Must Revitalize National Tourism
Prestigious Indonesian Tourism Think Tanks Says Current Approach to National Tourism Just Doesn't Work.

The Indonesian Think Tank on Tourism (Masyarakat Pariwisata Indonesia – MPI) have called on the Indonesian Government to urgently revitalize the tourism sector of the national economy and correct the perceived lack of coordination by the Department of Culture and Tourism.

As reported in the Indonesian language Bisnis Indonesia, the Chairman of MPI, Potjo Sutowo, (shown on balidiscovery.com) has called for a "new architecture" to be applied to national tourism designed in equal parts by the government, the public and the tourism industry.

In approaching this "new architecture," according to Sutowo, the government's role is to create a national tourism image and promote tourism; the people's responsibility is to develop the country's tourism products; and the tourism industry’s practitioners function to package the tourism products.

Speaking at a Jakarta forum on Tourism and the Revival of Indonesia, Sutowo explained: "All the leaders of the various sectors must be involved – the government, the public and the tourism industry. It's high time that Indonesia turn away from the exploitation of non-renewable natural resources to an industry that is sustainable."

The Secretary-General of MPI, A Zacky Siradj, said that decision making among tourism's Elite has been little more than lip service, likening their efforts as being more akin to play-acting.

At the same forum, the Director of the Institute fir Development Economics and Finance (INDEF), M. Fadhil Hasan, urged that the revitalization of national tourism must bee done in conjunction with a repositioning of Indonesia's image and tourism strategies, adding: "Tourism is the second largest contributor of foreign exchange after the oil and gas sector and is capable of absorbing 15% of the labor force. Indonesia must reshuffle and reposition itself in the region, both on a competitive and regional cooperation level."

Hasan explained that the repositioning of Indonesian tourism must develop a sustainable product, moving away from mass markets to a new basis that empowers a people who enjoy the support of the regional and national government.

 

Bali Honors its Tourism Heroes

Eight Receive the Karyakarana Pariwisata 2006 – Bali Tourism Award from Governor Dewa Made Beratha.

On Monday, August 14, 2006, Bali bestowed its highest honor for service and dedication to the Island’s tourism on 8 individuals at a ceremony presided over by Bali's Governor, Dewa Made Beratha.

Those receiving the Karyakarana Pariwisata 2006 award are:

• I Gusti Agung Prana, former Chairman of the Bali Chapter of the Association of Indonesian Tour and Travel Agents (ASITA).

• Made Rempi, a local pioneering businessman in the field of Hotels.

• Nyoman Bagiarta, a pioneer in alternative tourism.

• Makiko Iskandar, the President Director of Rama Tours.

• A.A. Arka Hardiana, the owner of the Melasti Beach Resort.

• I Ketut Robin (deceased), the founder of Trio Bali Tours and a former Vice Mayor of Denpasar.

• Hadi Taryoto, the Chairman of The Indonesian Association of Professional Hoteliers (IAPINDO) and owner of the Bali Rani Hotel.

• Rizani Idsa Karnanda, a senior guide in Bali.

This is the third annual presentation of the Karyakarana Awards given by the government of Bali to individuals judge by a blue-ribbon panel of selectors to those judged to have made a lasting and meaningful impact on Bali's Tourism.

[List of 2005 Karyakarana Recipients]

[List of 2003 Karyakarana Recipients]

 

Al Purwa to Head ASITA-Bali 2006-2008
Senior Balinese Tour Operator Selected to Head Bali Branch of the Indonesian Association of Tour and Travel Agents.

Aloysius Ada Purwa, more generally known to friends and neighbors as "Al Purwa," has been elected Chairman of the Bali Branch of the Indonesian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (ASITA).

Purwa, a popular figure in Bali travel circles, is the owner of KCB Tours.

In addition to his newly appointed job to represent the more than 300 tour and travel operators registered in Bali Purwa also serves as the current Chairman of the Bali Chapter of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) and as the Honorary Counsel of the Royal Kingdom of the Netherlands.

 

May We Draw Your Bath?
Maya Ubud Adds a Special Bathing Menu to Its In-Room Options

Maya Ubud Resort & Spa has introduced a Special Bath Menu option for villa guests. During their stay guests can now enjoy a variety of specially prepared bathing experiences in the privacy of their own villa.

Four unique bath experiences have been formulated and include:

• A Romantic Flower Milk Bath

• An Energizing Herbal Bath

• A Body Recharge Bath

• A Stress Relieving Bath.

Each bath formula has been carefully compiled a variety of aromatherapy oils, milk bath, herbs and tropical flowers sprinkled over warm waters. While the energizing herbal bath includes eleven locally harvested traditional herbs including ginger, turmeric, galangal, betel, pomelo, and cinnamon as well as fresh lemon, pandan and betel leaf, others use aromatherapy oils and bath milk. Each preparation aims to relax, renew, revitalize and refresh.

Staff have been trained to explain and prepare the bath for guests.

"With such an abundance of herbs and flowers and other natural products available on Bali that can be used in combination with pure aromatherapy oils," said Paul Blake, General Manager of the resort, "guests can enjoy something different by taking one of our specially prepared baths."

The Maya Ubud Resort & Spa, sits majestically high above the banks of the legendary Petanu River, across from charming historical villages of Bedulu and Pejeng, and within walking distance of the vibrant artist centre of Ubud.


More information: Book a Stay at the Maya Ubud

 

Hot Air Kitesurfing Competition August 26-27, 2006
Sanur's Semawung Beach to Host 2 Days of Hot Air Events.


Stiff Chilli Restaurants together with Blue Oasis Beach Club will present a Hot Air Kitesurfing Competition August 26-27, 2006 on Semawang Beach, Sanur – opposite the Stiff Chili Sanur Restaurant.

Scheduled events include:

•Marathon- long distance race from north to south, along Sanur Beaches

• Freestyle - best Kitesurfing moves judged by international panel

• Hangtime- who can stay in the air the longest while Kitesurfing

• Jump for Cash – a contest to see which kitesurfer can jump the highest

Many prizes and gifts for all.

For more information telephone: ++62-(0)361-414059 or ++62-(0)361-7460564. Mobile ++62-(0)811-388766

8TH Annual Rotary Charity Golf Tournament
October 6, 2006 Event to Provide Support to the Needy Children of Bali.

For the 8th year in a row, Rotary Club Nusa Dua will be holding their annual charity golf tournament to raise funds on behalf of the needy children of Bali.

To be held at the Bali Golf & Country Club at Nusa Dua, action commences at 1:00 p.m. with a shotgun start and ends 18-holes later with a buffet dinner party at 7:00 p.m.

Refreshments, entertainment, lucky draw and an auction will form just part of the fun with exciting prizes and trophies for the day's top golfers.

Participation Fee

• Golf Players – Rp. 950,000 (approximately US$103) covers cost of play and the buffet award dinner.

• Non-players Rp. 150,000 (approximately US$16) for dinner gathering only.

For more information telephone Edward Naus at ++62-(0)81 2388 1225 or Jo Rosarius at ++62(0)81 139 3635.

Very Connected Ambassadors for Bali
Bali's Official Ambassadors for 2006 'Test' the New WiFi System at Bali's Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa.

Bali's Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa recently inaugurated the launch of its Wireless Internet Service (WiFi) by inviting Bali's official ambassadors to test the service that keeps guests connected from every corner of the property.

Guests staying at the 5 star resort can now enjoy wireless Internet connections in their rooms, conference facilities, pools, gardens, bars and restaurants.

Not to be fooled by their preference for traditional Balinese dress in their official role to represent the island around the world, Ni Luh Putu Sri Purna Widari and Liberty Putra Simanjuntak, Miss and Mr. Bali Ambassador 2006 demonstrated their thoroughly modern approach to global communication when they paused at the outside breakfast lounge of the Hotel's Palace Club to go "on-line" by checking the website of the Bali Tourism Board.

[ Bali Tourism Board Website ]

More information: Book a Stay at the Nusa Dua Hotel & Spa

Clean Up the World Day Campaign in Ubud
Join Local Bali Volunteers and More that 35 Million Worldwide at Monkey Forest Road on September 16, 2006 to Clean up the World.

On September, 16, 2005 over 500 volunteers from Ubud and Bali's Gianyar Regencey will be joining an estimated 35 million people in over 120 countries worldwide to take part in Clean Up the World Weekend.Bali's Ubud Hotels Association is an official Member of Clean Up the World – one of the largest community based environmental campaigns in the world.

I Komang Kariyana of Ubud Hotels Association said, "We are proud to be part of a global organisation that unites millions of people to clean up their part of the world. Over the Weekend, our volunteers will be cleaning up rubbish from one of the most famous tourist sites in Ubud, the artistic and cultural heart of Bali."

"We hope we will have the support of as many people in the community as possible and urge everyone to join us at Monkey Forest at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 16th and help make Ubud a cleaner, healthier place to live," Kariyana continued.

Clean Up the World Founder and Chairman Ian Kiernan AO has sent a message of support to the local volunteers participating in Clean Up the World Weekend. "Volunteers from Ubud will join millions of people across the world . . . in a global effort to clean up, fix up and conserve the environment. Congratulations to Ubud Hotels Association for coordinating this event on a local level. With your support, we are proactively addressing the issue of rubbish in our environment."

From national clean up campaigns to recycling and water reuse projects, volunteers will take part a variety of environmental projects with year-round activities celebrated over the Clean Up the World Weekend, this year celebrated on 15 - 17 September.

The campaign in Ubud has been supported locally by Ubud Hotels association, PHRI Ubud, Alila Hotels and Resorts and Amandari..

In 2006, Clean Up the World is encouraging participants to pay particular attention to the state of the world's deserts and the contribution our actions can make to combat desertification. Members are encouraged to plant trees, implement energy and water conservation initiatives and remove rubbish from the environment as part of Clean Up the World Weekend, September 15-17, 2006.

Clean Up the World originated in Sydney, Australia in 1993 and is held in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). The campaign brings together community groups, schools, governments, businesses and individuals to undertake activities to improve water quality, clean up local streets, parks, waterways and forests and educate children about the environment.

More information: Clean Up The World Website

Lion Air Roars With Boeing Aircraft Order
First of 60 Next Generation 737s to be Delivered to Indonesian Operator in Early 2007 after Final Flight Tests

A troupe of Indonesian dancers parading yellow banners were on hand in July 2006 in Seattle for the rollout of the first Boeing 737-900-E-R aircraft for Lion Air,, the first of 60 ordered by the Indonesian low-cost carrier.

Indonesian dancers escorted the newest member of the Next-Generation 737 airplane family along the south shores of Lake Washington as employees and 737 supplier representatives, local and Indonesian government officials and Indonesian launch customer, Lion Air, looked on.

Longer and Larger

The latest model in the 737 family, the Boeing 737-900-E-R can carry 215 passengers as fare a 3,700 miles.

"This is a wonderful day for the Boeing team and 737 customers. The capability and value of the world's most successful jet family continues to grow with the new 737-900ER," said Mark Jenkins, vice president and general manager of 737 Airplane Production. "We are confident that the airplane's unprecedented economic advantages and industry-leading reliability will enable our customers to be even more successful. That's the hallmark of the 737."

Boeing launched the 737-900ER in July 2005 when Jakarta-based Lion Air announced an order for 30 737-900ERs.Lion Air also exercised purchase rights for 30 additional 737-900ERs in June 2006. In addition to Lion Air, the 737-900ER has been ordered by Continental Airlines, GE Commercial Aviation Services (GECAS) and Sky Airlines. Futura International Airways and Excel Airways will begin operating 737-900ERs on lease from GECAS in 2008.

Delivery to Indonesia in Early 2007

The first 737-900ER will be delivered to Lion Air in the first half of 2007, following a five-month flight test program.

"The induction of the 737-900ER into our fleet will give Lion Air the competitive advantage both in cost savings and service," said Rusdi Kirana, president-director of Lion Air. "We are proud to be the only airline in Southeast Asia that will operate the 737-900ER, which will support our strategic plan to expand our routes and add new destinations within our growing market."

The 737-900ER is the same size as the 737-900, but can carry 26 additional passengers in a one-class configuration. At 138 ft., 2 in. long, the twin-engine jet incorporates a new pair of exit doors and a flat rear-pressure bulkhead that allows a maximum capacity of 215 passengers in a single-class layout.

Aerodynamic and structural design changes, including strengthened wings, a two-position tailskid, enhancements to the leading and trailing-edge flap systems, and optional Blended Winglets and auxiliary fuel tanks, will allow the 737-900ER to accommodate higher takeoff weights and increase its range to 3,200 nautical miles (5,900 km).

The 737-900ER will have substantial economic advantages over competing models including 9 percent lower operating costs per trip and 7 percent lower operating costs per seat than the A321 -- which is more than 10,000 pounds (4,536 kg) heavier.

Shown on balidiscovery.com is the newest Boeing aircraft in 'Lion Air' livery colors at the rollout ceremony in Renton, Washington.

Garuda Gets a Rp. 1 Trillion Cash Injection
Much Needed Cash Relief for Garuda and Merpati as Airlines Struggle to Streamline and Restructure their Massive Debt Burdens.

The Indonesian language Bisnis Indonesia reports that the government has come to the rescue and agreed to cash injections of Rp. 1 trillion (approximately US108.7 million ) cash injection for Garuda Indonesia and a Rp. 450 billion (approximately US$ 48.9 million for Merpati Nusantara to be taken from the 2006 national budget.

"We hope that with these injections Garuda can regain its financial health," expressed Said Didu, Secretary to the Minister of State Owned Enterprises.

Said explained that the cash injection was not tied to current efforts to restructure the US$794.6 million debt owed to the Export Credit Agency. "This cash injection will be supervised closely," added Said, "so there will be no repeated call for more injections."

The Director of Garuda Indonesia, Emirsyah Satar, confirmed that steps are now underway to bring efficiencies to the airlines operation – estimated to reduce costs by 5%-10% in the early stages while other steps to rationalize Garuda’s management and general payroll. The airline will also sell its subsidiary companies, seek strategic partnerships and eventually go public.



 
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