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BALI UPDATE #520 - 28 August 2006

Air Paradise to Fly Again?
Failed Bali Carrier Reported to Have Sold 49% of its Shares to an Unnamed Australian Carrier.

The Indonesian-language Bisnis Indonesia reports that Air Paradise International (API) has sold 49% of its shares to a yet-to-be-named Australian airline.

The Director of Civil Aviation at the Indonesian Department of Transportation, Santoso Edi Wibowo, told the press that the final composition of the foreign share holding is currently being sorted out at the Department of Justice. Indonesian law limits foreign ownership of a national airline to a maximum 49%.

Civil Aviation source have indicated that the government will continue to lobby API to operate on international routes, although local travel pundits theorize the purchase of the now defunct carrier it tied to plans by an Australian carrier to gain a footing in Indonesian lucrative domestic feeder routes.

Should the financial re-floating of API materialize, it will rescue the airline from the process now underway leading to final deregistration. API commenced services in February 2003 from Bali to Perth, Western Australia. Before its sudden closure in November 2005, it was operating flights to Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane utilizing four Airbus aircraft and employing an estimated 350 staff.

Does Deal Hang on Approval of Feeder Services?

Government sources confirm that API is seeking government permission to operate a feeder service from Jakarta to Bali as part of its re-launch strategy. Meanwhile, the Minister of Transportation, M. Hatta Rajasa, announced his department is looking at API's request for feeder routes against the market demands for more seats over the Jakarta-Bali sector.

Signaling possible trouble ahead for the resuscitation plan for API, Minister Rajasa has said that the Jakarta-Bali route is already served with sufficient seat capacity and “not to expect” an approval in the near future as the request needs a thorough review from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation. Against the Minister's "go slow" attitude is the looming deadline of December 31, 2006, by which time API must recommence operations or risk permanently losing its operational licenses.

Java to Bali Overland by Bike
Bandung to Bali by Bicycle - Tour d'Indonesia 2006 August 28 – September 4, 2006

25 international and Indonesian national teams have registered to participate in the grueling 1,352 kilometer long Tour d'Indonesia 2006 bike race from Bandung (West Java) to Bali set for August 28 – September 4, 2006.

Dji Sam Soe Tour d'Indonesia 2006

25 teams of 5 riders each representing 14 different countries will start the race on Sunday, August 27, 2006 in Bandung and end nine days later on Jalan Pantai Kuta along Bali's famous Kuta Beach.

Strong competition is expected from professional teams from Germany, Iran, Kazhakstan, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Holland and Swiss. Among the Indonesian competitors will be a team of riders from Bali who have been training in the weeks prior to the race in the hills of Kintamani.

US$100,000 in prizes are at stake with the course broken into nine stages over a course distance of 1,352 kilometers:

• Bandung – Cirebon (134.1 km)

• Cirebon-Purwokerto (187.5 km)

• Purwokerto-Solo (210 km)

• Solo-Madiun (104 km)

• Madiun-Malang (180 km)

• Malang-Jember (181 km)

• Jember-Banyuwangi (112 km)

• Gilimanuk-Kuta (Bali) (150 km)

In its 4th year, the Tour d'Indonesia 2006 is now an official part of the UCI series (Union Cycliste International).

More information: Bali Calendar

 

Waist Deep in the Big Muddy!
Denpasar's Environment Department Says the 3 Rivers Flowing Through Bali’s Capital are Badly Polluted.

A front-page story in the Wednesday, August 23, 2006 edition of the Indonesian language Bali Post reports that the three main rivers flowing through Bali's capital - Tukad Badung, Tukad Ayung and Tukad Mati are all badly contaminated by human and chemical wastes, and the by-products from the cloth-dyeing cottage industries operating along the rivers' banks.

Human waste and chemical dyes found in samples drawn from the rivers have reached levels that concern local officials, according to the Head of Bali's Environmental Care Department, Ir. I Ketut Suandi.

Also, according to Suandi, his department receive numerous complaints from resident along the river regarding the foul smells caused by chemical dyes flushed raw into the river.

Claiming that enforcement against polluters is difficult, the head of the pollution control department for Denpasar, Nengah Sugamia, blames the mobility of dyeing operations that quickly move their locations when closed down by his officers. Sugamina appealed for help from local village chiefs and the community to report whenever they discover companies or individuals disposing of raw sewage and chemicals into one of Denpasar's 3 river systems.

Another local pollution control official stated that all three of the City’s rivers are badly contaminated, with the Ayung River less severely affected that its two sister rivers.

The estimated 208 companies involved in dyeing textiles in Denpasar are largely unlicensed and unregistered, making moves by the government to regulate them as a source of pollution even more problematic.

 

Protecting Kids
Indonesian Tourism Steps Up the War to Combat the Sexual Exploitation of Children.

As part of Indonesia's growing commitment to join an ASEAN-wide war against the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) in tourist destinations, the Department for Culture and Tourism launched a campaign in August 2006 to step-up measures already in place to stop the sexual predation of children as an evil byproduct of international travel.

ASEAN'S RESOLVE

As reported by Ibu Wuryastuti Sunario in the authoritative Indonesia Digest, ASEAN's resolve is growing to fight against CSEC. In 2004, Heads of Governments of the 10 ASEAN nations signed an agreement mentioning ASEAN's resolve to combat all forms of Commercial Sexual Exploitation as well as the Trafficking of Women and Children. This Agreement was followed up at the Davao ASEAN Tourism Ministers' meeting in 2006. The outcome of that gathering saw the ASEAN Ministers resolve to jointly campaign to combat the Trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children, especially among the tourism networks within ASEAN tourist destinations.

With total tourism arrivals among ASEAN countries nearing 50 million in 2004, of which approximately 10% (5,321,165) landed in Indonesia, tourism is assuming a growing importance in local economies. Unfortunately, as tourism grows in the ASEAN region so do the negative effects that accompany it.

In this connection, ASEAN Secretary General, Mr Ong Keng Yong, stated that ASEAN authorities have become more 'goal-oriented' in combating the problem of trafficking of Women and Children. "There is also greater recognition that they must cooperate to prevent the trafficking of women and children and the movement of known sex offenders across borders. Much of the region is heavily dependent on tourism revenue, which could suffer from the negative association," he said.

To implement this resolve, ASEAN Tourism Ministers appointed ChildWise in Tourism of Australia to assist in the Campaign to Combat Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) in the ASEAN region. This campaign is supported by AUSAID.

The Increasing Sexual Exploitation of Children

According to UNICEF data, 30% of female prostitutes in Indonesia are children below 18 years of age, with a number of sex workers reported to as young as 10 years. Some 40.000 – 70.000 Indonesian children are estimated to have become victims of CSEC. Children forced into the sex trade represents a growing problem with numbers increasing in the local sex industry and those children being trafficked overseas.

Child Sexual Exploitation in Bali and Lombok

According to research conducted by UNICEF, Bali and Lombok have become tourism destinations where a high number of crimes in CSEC in Indonesia were found. CSEC occurs primarily in prostitution centers, recreation centers, karaoke bars, massage parlors, and malls. The same study concluded that the majority of predators are locals or domestic visitors.

Laws Against the Sexual Exploitation of Children in Indonesia include Law No. 23 of 2002 providing for sentences of up to 15 years in prison. This law was used to convict Australian Tony Brown who committed suicide in a Karangasem jail one day after receiving in Sentence. [See: Convicted Pedophile William Brown Commits Suicide]

Two Presidential decrees passed in 2002 provided for an action plan to combat the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Women and Children, appointing the Minister for Public Welfare as the General Chairman and the Minister for the Empowerment of Women as the Executing Chairperson to a special task force.

Cooperating to Stop the Sexual Predation of Children

In addition to being on the lookout for middlemen who lure children into "the trade" and sell them for gains Tourist Stakeholders need to ensure that they are not acting as middlemen in their capacities as guides, a taxi drivers, security personnel, or as the front office personnel of hotels. Under the Indonesian Criminal Code, middlemen are also liable for jail terms.

In order to combat CSEC, Indonesia's tourism stakeholders must take the following actions:

• Each Tourism Stakeholders must be aware of his and her responsibilities within their scope of authority and duties.

• Tourism Stakeholders must report to their management and police authorities when offenses against the Law on the Protection of Women and Children are observed.

• Actively support the campaign to combat CSEC by informing all concerned of their responsibility to join the battle.

• Tourism Stakeholders must rigorously not involve themselves in CSEC offences or in CSEC violators' networks.

Widening the Battle Against CSEC

Other suggestions to turn the tide in the battle against the sexual predation of children, include:

• The placement of Billboards at international airports, popular beach resorts, streets locations popular with international and local visitors, in villages from which children are sourced.

• Posters placed in hotel areas, and information printed on other tourism media such as info sheets, tourist maps, tent cards, magazine ads, and drink coasters.

• Stickers on airline tickets issued by Airlines, Travel Agents, on Tourist Buses and taxis.

• Tourist Associations to form Working Groups to socialize procedures to staff and communities, including filing reports that will lead to the arrest of offenders.

• Mass Media support to the campaign's socialization and dissemination of news on the combat against CSEC in Tourism.

• Regional governments at the provincial, district and city levels to inform those in charge of entertainment and nightlife businesses, massage parlors and beauty parlors in the combat against CSEC.

• Cooperate with the farmers’ network to socialize the campaign to remote rural areas.

• Regions to issue bylaws and regulations to combat and prevent the commercial sexual exploitation of children, from source areas to receiving areas.

• Communities and the General Public to watch and prevent the commercial sexual exploitation of children.

Remember these Numbers

Please retain the following hotline numbers for use in reporting cases of suspected sexual exploitation of children:

• Jakarta - 112-523400

• Bandung, West Java - (022) 108-4205012

• Yogyakarta - (0274) 108-884444

• Semarang, Central Java - (024)108-6710863, or 6719205

• Surabaya, East Java - (031) 108- 199 – 8290084

• Denpasar, Bali - (0361) 226783 Ext. 127

• Mataram, Lombok - (0370) 108-632213

• Batam, Riau - (0778) 108-457212 (Nagoya)

• Medan, North Sumatra (061) 108-4520971

• Manado, North Sulawesi - (0431) 108-862219, 860460

• Makassar, South Sulawesi - (0411)108-316122, or 319271

• Entikong, West Kalimantan (0561) 108-883126

• Pontianak, West Kalimantan - (0561) 08-737060, or 744466

• Merauke, Papua - (0971) 108-321706

Children are Gifts Granted by God

Culture and Tourism Minister, Jero Wacik recently issued a statement enshrined in Law No. 23 of 2002 underlining the proper role of children in Indonesian society, stating : "Children are Gifts granted and entrusted to us by God Almighty. For, within themselves children already carry the dignity and rights intrinsic to the total human being."

Later, the Minister added, "for this reason, the duty to protect and guide children, is a duty that is that is entrusted to all, including to us who are Stakeholders in developing Indonesia's Tourism. This responsibility is given not only to parents of children, but also to communities, including to the Tourism industry, and the Government, at both national and regional levels."

Balidiscovery.com thanks Ibu Wuryastuti Sunario of Indonesian Digest for her invaluable assistance in providing material for this report.

 

Bali Buleleng Fly-In 2006
Local and International Aviators Will Land at North Bali's Letkol Wisnu Airport for 4 Days of Flying Demos and Joy Flights.

The Buleleng Federation of Air Sports (FASIDA Buleleng) and the National Federation of Air Sports (FASI) will host the Bali Buleleng Fly-In 2006 at the Letkol Wisnu Air strip in North Bali, September 1-4, 2006.

More than 24 aviators and their planes from across Indonesia and abroad are expected to attend.

Schedule of Events

Friday, September 1, 2006

• 08.00-17.00 Aviators arrival at the Letkol Wisnu Airstrip.

• 19.00-23.00 Welcome dinner hosted by the Regional Government of Buleleng.

Saturday, September 2, 2006

• 09.00-11.00 Opening Ceremony including traditional dances and a fly-by parade.

• 11.00-13.00 Aviation demonstrations including aerobatics, paragliding, aero modeling, parachuting and a fly by of an F-16 by the Indonesian Air Force.

• 13.00-15.00 Luncheon accompanied by local cultural presentation.

• 15.00-17.30 Joy and Fun Flights for local top scholars and local community.

• 19.30-23.00 Dinner and Kecak Dance in Lovina.

Sunday, September 3, 2006

• 08.00-12.00 Aerobatic dan aero sport demonstrations

• 12.00-13.00 Lunch and cultural presentation.

• 13.00-19.00 Tour for aviators to local tourist sites.

Monday, September 3, 2006

• 07.00-10.00 Mini Air Rally of the Buleleng area.

• 10.00-12.00 Flight demonstrations.

• 12.00-14.00 Lunch and more cultural presentations.

• 19.00-23.00 Award dinner and party at the Banyualit Lovina Hotel.

For More Information:
Dinas Kebudayaan dan Pariwisata Jl. Veteran No. 23
Singaraja, Bali 81118
Telp. ++62-(0)362-25141
Contact Person: IB Puja Erawan - Chairman.

More information: BaliCalendar.com

 

Pianist Christopher Norton in Bali
Leading Composer, Producer, Arranger and Musical Educationalist in 2-Days of Piano Workshops at the Mercure Accor Hotel Resort – Sanur.

Originally from New Zealand, leading contemporary pianist Christopher Norton has sold more than 1 million recordings in his decades as a composer, producer, arranger and educationalist and has written stage musicals, ballet scores, piano music, popular songs and orchestral music as well as jingles and signature tunes for TV and radio. He has lectured all over the world on aspects of his work and likes to integrate traditional teaching methods with aspects of modern technology.

In cooperation with Vita Piano Studio and Rhythm Music Publisher (Malaysia). Christopher Norton will conduct a piano festival and recital in Bali September 9-10, 2006.

Sharing both his talent and tremendous musical knowledge, Christopher Norton is returning to Bali for the second time to share his deep appreciation of music, techniques of music education, and perform in a recital.

A pioneer in Micro Jazz, Norton has published a series of music education demonstrating the use of simple chords for the left hand in concert with the right hand playing the melody. Starting from this base he has also show his legion of students an effective and easy means for musical improvisation.

Only Two Days in Bali

Christopher Norton's two-day visit to Bali will follow a busy schedule :

Saturday, September 9, 2006

• 09:30-12:00. A workshop for piano and keyboard teachers sharing his contemporary teaching methods.

• 14:00-Finsh. A Piano Festival divided into 4 categories: a) Junior Grade (Grade 1-2 for 5-9 year olds); b) Intermediate Grade (Grade 3-4 for 10-12 year olds); c) Late Intermediate (Grade 5-6 for 13-16 year olds); d) Duet (Unrestricted).

• 20:00-21:00 Christopher Norton Piano Recital

Sunday, September 10, 2006

• 10:00 - finish. Piano Festival

• 19:00 Christopher Norton Piano Recital

For more information email gm[at]mercureresortsanur.com

More information: BaliCalendar.com

 

Indonesia Losing the Tourism Promotion Battle
Minister Wacik Says Lackluster Arrivals in Indonesia Due to Being Outspent by Competing Destinations in the Region.

Indonesia's Minister of Culture and Tourism, Jero Wacik, has complained that Indonesia is at a competitive disadvantage with neighboring competing destinations, such as Malaysia, which substantially outspends his country in promoting tourism.

Malaysia Outspending Indonesia by a Factor of 6

Quoted in the Indonesian language BisnisBali, Minister Wacik said, "our promotion funds total only US$10 million, while Malaysia spends US60 million. Speaking at the finals for the "Miss Indonesia" contest held in Jakarta several days before, explained that the relative lack of spending by Indonesia largely explains Malaysia’s greater popularity as a tourism destination.

Claiming that he has tried to persuade the President and the Parliament of the importance of promoting Indonesia internationally, Minister Wacik said that the Executive and lawmakers were not unsympathetic but were strapped for funds in the current economic circumstances of Indonesia.

The State Budget for 2007 allocates between Rp. 1-1.5 trillion (approximately US$100-150 million) for the Department of Culture and Tourism – a total twice the current spending. The Minister insists that this amount remains inadequate to meet Indonesia's promotion requirements necessitating the need for cooperative promotional efforts between the private and public sectors. According to Wacik: "if members of the tourism industry do not want to cooperate with government in promotion, they will suffer most. Tourist will not come and tourism players will suffer losses as incomes from hotels, restaurants and golf courses emanate from tourists."

 

Bali Nines Australian Football Championship
Aussie Rules in the Tropics! Bali Geckos Footbal Club 5th Annual Football Championship Returns to Bali on Saturday, October 7, 2006.

This event provides a great opportunity to enjoy Australian "footy" in Bali - a great attraction for end-of-season club trips or for Australian rules enthusiasts to travel to Bali and create a team.

Entries Now Being Accepted

Entry is now open for teams for the Championships set for Saturday, October 7, 2006.

With substantial interest shown in this year’s event, organizers are compelled to accept applications on a first in first served basis. Interested teams should register immediatey!

The event will form part of commemorative activities honoring the memory of those lost in the Bali bombings with a percentage of money raised to be donated to a local charities that supports those affected by attacks.

More Information

For more information visit the website or or email captain[at]baligeckos.com.

More information: Bali Nines Website

 

Actor Jeremy Thomas to be Sanur's Ambassador
Sanur Village Festival Names Well-Known Indonesian TV Actor Jeremy Thomas as its Cultural Ambassador.

As part of the opening ceremony for the Sanur Village Festival on Friday, August 25, 2006, Indonesian television star Jeremy Thomas was officially crowned as Sanur Village's Cultural Ambassador.

The 36 year-old actor freely admits that Sanur is the preferred holiday destination of his family who regularly escape to Bali from the busy life of filming commercials and television serials in Jakarta. Jeremy says that Sanur's special attraction is its traditional village setting and the very warm welcome extended by the people of Sanur for both domestic and international visitors.

Married to actress Ina Indayanti and the father or two children, Axel (9) and Valerie (7), Jeremy holds a degree in business administration.

Speaking at a ceremony in which he was official installed at Sanur's Cultural Ambassador by Denpasar's Mayor, said he will proudly use his new titled to spread the good word on Sanur to his friends and acquaintances around the world.

 

Take Time to Be Kind – Run for Someone Else’s Life
6th Annual 5Km 'Rock ‘' Run" Race Sponsored by Hard Rock Hotel – September 17, 2006.

There's refreshments, free t-shirts, prizes and that warm fuzzy feeling you get from helping your fellow human being – all waiting when you sign up to participate in the 5 kilometer Rock n' Run: High 5 event scheduled to be held on the morning of Sunday, September 17, 2006 at Hard Rock Hotel Bali.

Take Time to Be Kind

To join the fun and the estimated 500 runners expected to participate depart from the front of the Hard Rock Hotel at 7:30 a.m., all you have to do is donate Rp. 70,000 (approximately US$7.60) to get your number and a special limited-edition Hard Rock T-shirt.

How to Register

Registration counters are now open from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. daily in front of the Megastore, Hard Rock Hotel. Final on-site registration is also possible starting from 6:30 a.m. on race morning in front of the Hotel.

For more information telephone ++62-(0)361-761869 (extension 8164 or 8163).

More information: Bali Calendar

 

Delivering Hope, Mobility and Freedom
Philanthropist Kenneth Behring Visits Bali and Indonesia Donating 250 Wheelchairs Along the Way.

Kenneth E. Behring, the Founder of the U.S.-based nonprofit organization The Wheelchair Foundation recently traveled to Bali to donated 30 wheelchairs to needy recipients on the Island.

Facilitated through Bali's Senang Hati Foundation and accompanied by Cherie Nursalim of United in Diversitry, the 30 chairs for Bali were among some 250 similar chairs distributed by the Foundation to those in need in Yogyakarta, Jakarta and other areas of Indonesia.

The Wheelchair Foundation

Behring, a successful American businessman and philanthropist, also founded the Blackhawk Museum and the Behring-Hofmann Educational Institute in Blackhawk, California. In 1997, he pledged $20 million to the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History and in 2000 he pledged an additional $80 million to rebuild the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.

In 1990 Behring donated shipments of wheelchairs to relief organizations in Eastern Europe and Africa. Seeing the tremendous joy these donations created for their recipients, he embarked upon a world-wide crusade donating wheelchairs in every country he visited. On June 13, 2000 (His birthday) the Wheelchair Foundation was established at a ceremony in Washington, DC. and has successfully donated over 500,000 wheelchairs since its inception.

Delivering Hope, Mobility and Freedom

The Bali donation of wheelchairs was jointly organized by the Unity in Diversity Organization, Senang Hati Foundation and the Rotary Club of Bali Unud.

To learn more about this remarkable man and the Foundation he inspires, visit the link provided.

More information: The Wheelchair Foundation

 

Bali's Coral Reef Under Threat
Only 8.74% of Bali's Surrounding Reef Considered in Excellent Condition.

Bali's natural beauty is under threat, both above and below sea level.

According to page-one report in the Indonesian language Bali Post, 23/19% of Bali's natural reef has been destroyed.

According to the report, of an estimated 61.13 square kilometers of remaining natural reef surrounding the Island only 50.05 kilometers remain. Moreover, of the remaining reef 69.81% (34.93 square kilometers) is in poor condition; 21.45% (10.73 square kilometers) is in satisfactory condition and only 8.74% (4.37 square kilometers can be termed in excellent shape.

Local tourism figure and award-winning reef preservation activist, Gusti Agung Prana, has termed the need for rehabilitation of Bali’s reefs "absolute." To that end, Prana in cooperation with two leading European experts in reef revitalization have launched a bio rock coral reef growing project in Pemuteran, North Bali.

While scientists perform miracle below water growing new reefs, local community members in the pacalang laut supervise fishing and pollution to make sure the new reefs remain strong and healthy.

More information: North Bali Reef Project – A Real Winner!



 
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