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BALI UPDATE #524 - 25 September 2006

The Bulgari Resort, Bali is Open for Business
On an Island Famous for Outstanding Boutique Resorts Bulgari Prepares to Go 'One Better' with its 59 Villa Cliff Side Property.

As of September 23, 2006, The Bulgari Resort, Bali, has begun welcoming privileged guests to its secluded "all villa" cliffside retreat. Set on a 150 meter high plateau overlooking the Indian Ocean, the 59-villa resort is the second property by Bulgari Hotels Resorts, following the successful 2004 opening of the Bulgari Hotel, Milan, Italy.

Designed by architects Antonio Citterio & Partners, the Bulgari Resort, Bali is located on the southern tip of the Jimbaran Peninsula, close to Bali sacred temple of Uluwatu. The resort reflects the traditional Balinese architecture combined with a sophisticated contemporary design, using indigenous stones, native wood finishes and refined craft-made fabrics exclusively created for the Bulgari Resort.

The 59 individual villas, freestanding and private, include an open-air pavilions, terrace and private plunge pools, and uninterrupted ocean views from the southernmost tip of the island. The villas, decorated with Balinese antique and pieces of art also offer state-of-the-art technological features. The resort has 3 two-bedroom villas of 500 square meters each and a 1300 square meters Bulgari Villa. Reachable by a private access, the Bulgari Villa boasts two master bedrooms, a large living area with built-in bar, an oversized dining room and a home theatre. An outdoor meditation pavilion, a large lap pool and an extensive terrace are some of its unique features intended to earn the top-end villa the moniker as Bali's very best accommodation on an island known for its luxurious villas.

The oceanfront Spa embraces many elements of Balinese tradition. The main pavilion is an antique, hand-carved joglo house from the island of Java, which was dismantled, relocated, and then reassembled at the Bulgari Resort, Bali. A complete range of healing and beauty treatments are provided by an expert staff of professionals. The Spa offers a swimming pool, open air relaxation lounge area, yoga pavilion, rain showers, steam rooms clad in green and gold mosaic and two private Spa Suites complete with outdoor garden.

Enjoying breathtaking ocean views, the Resort's large swimming pool forms part of an extensive ornamental lake, where the bar, the lounge and the resorts two restaurants are located. Characterized by an informal ambience, the all-day dining restaurant combines authentic Balinese dishes - enriched by various regional influences from the Indonesian archipelago - with a selection of international specialties. An Italian restaurant, open for dinner only, serves a contemporary interpretation of classical Italian cuisine. Andrew Skinner, an acknowledge master of Asian culinary traditions, is the Executive Chef at the Bulgari Resort in Bali.

With its own pristine private beach, suitable for long walks along the oceanfront and served by a Beach Club, is reached via a special elevator system.

 

A Closer Look at Bali Arrivals Through August 2006
Bali by the Numbers: A Look at Total Arrivals from Bali's Major Markets January – August 2000-2006.

Balidiscovery.com takes a closer look at Bali's foreign arrivals January to August, providing a comparative look covering the years 2000-2006.

Total Arrivals All Markets

Total foreign arrivals to Bali January – August 2006 reached 792,665, a number that was down -21.1% from the same period in 2005. However, when compared to 2003 - another "post-bombing" year, arrivals for the first eight months of 2006 are +29.78% ahead of the same eight months just three years ago.

Japanese Arrivals

Similarly, Japanese arrivals are down -31% for January-August 2006 versus 2005, and are a striking +56.7% ahead of 2003 – the last post bombing year that befell Bali.

Australian Arrivals

In the doldrums and showing little sign of recovery Australian arrivals are down -56.3% on a cumulative basis January-August for 2006 versus the same period in the previous year. When compared to the same period in 2003, the 2006 figures are a scant +2.5% ahead of the totals 3 years ago.

Taiwan Arrivals

While Taiwan arrivals are +7.6% ahead of 2005 for the period January-August 2006, total arrivals still lag well behind Taiwan’s cumulative performance for each year 2000-2004.

South Korean Arrivals

January – August 2006 arrivals lag -19.2% against the same period in 2005. When compared to the same period in 2003, the current year’s performance ranks +107.4% ahead of the earlier “post bombing year”

European Arrivals

Showing a less dramatic deleterious response to the 2005 bombing, European arrivals are down only -9% for January-August 2006 versus January-August 2005. Compared to the same period in 2003, arrivals are up +40.1% .

Americas Arrivals

Arrivals from both North and South America are down -20.5% for January-August 2006 when compared to January-August 2005. Showing better resilience to Bali's second bombing, 2006 arrival totals are +27.9% ahead of 2003.

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Kuznetsova Wins Bali Wismilak International 2006
Russian Tennis Star Dominates Bali Tennis Tournament for 3rd time in Five Years.

Russian female tennis ace Svetlana Kuznetsova took home her 3rd Wismilak Tennis Tournament Champion's trophy after a hard-fought final with Frenchwoman Marion Bartoli on Sunday, September 17, 2006.

Already a Wismilak veteran at the tender age of 21 years, Kuznetsova recorded previous wins at the Bali tournament in 2002 and 2004, making the Bali championship the 7th career title for the world’s 5th ranked female tennis player.

Although managing to defeat 26th ranked Bartoli in only two sets to determine the winner of the US$ 225,000 tournament, the center-court action at the finals was intense. In the first set both players battled to five games each before Kuznetsova managed to win the set by winning two successive games. In the second and tournament-deciding set Kuznetsova's superior conditioning forced a fatigued Bartoli into numerous faults, seeing the Russian win the set 6-2.

After 13th exciting years of world-class tennis action on the WTA tour, the Wismilak International now occupies a cherished position on the international calendar of championship women's tennis with players eager to return to Bali every year not only for the keen competition on court but also for the warm hospitality extended by the island's people.

 

Bali Works to Reduce Plastic Waste
Supermarkets and Retail Chains in Bali Combine Efforts to Reduce the Use of Plastic Bags.

The Indonesian language Kompas reports that Bali has launched a drive to reduce plastic waste on the island. Formally inaugurated in early September by Bali's Vice Governor Alit Kusuma Kelakan and Indonesia's Minister for the Environment Rachmat Witoelar, the "anti-plastic" campaign has received support from all 9 of Bali's regencies.

Bali as a Proud Example

Minister Witoelar said: "I hope the initiative of all regency chiefs in Bali can become an example for every province and regency in Indonesia. It is difficult to combat plastic waste, an effort that will require at least 20 years. I am very proud of Bali."

The "war on plastic" has been joined in Bali by 16 of Bali's rgest supermarkets and major retail outlets who will gradually reduce the use of plastic used in the sales process.

Every day Bali produces and estimated 4,665 cubic meters of 150 tons of waste. Of this amount, an estimated 70 percent is organic with the remaining 30% comprised on non-biodegradable material. Bali's capital city of Denpasar creates 150 cubic meters of waste each day.

Witoelar hopes the program to reduce plastic use in Bali is a success and contributes to current efforts to reduce pollution of the island's seashore.

 

How Green is My Sanur
1,200 Trees Planted to Preserve and Protect Sanur Village Community's Environment.

In a special event attended by hundreds of Sanur village residents, students and local government officials on Friday, September 15, 2006, some 1,200 trees representing 7 species were planted in the popular seaside area surrounding Mertasari Beach. Also participating in the "re-greening project" were Denpasar's Mayor Drs. AA Puspayoga and Vice-Mayor IB Rai Dharmawijaya Mantra.

Ir.Ketut Suandi, Denpasar's Head of Environmental Services, hailed the event telling the Indonesian language Bali Post the tree planting exercise would hopefully help integrate environmental action into every aspect of development in order that Bali's natural environment becomes sustainable. Bemoaning the fact that the people of Bali still incorrectly view environmental actions as a matter best left to the Government, Suandi insisted that public participation is absolutely critical to preserving the local environment.

An Increasing Crowded Sanur

Speaking at the community-wide tree planting, the Chief of the Sanur Kuah village, I Made Dhana, explained that his community's population density had already reached 6,089 people per hectare of land. Sanur covers a total area of 386 square kilometers inhabited by a population of 12,177 people. As the result of Sanur's growing population many green areas of the village are under growing threat bring with it an accompanying problem of waste and rubbish disposal.

 

Rescuing Garuda
Editorial: Following US$ 107 Bailout by Government of Indonesia's National Carrier, an Editorial in the Jakarta Post Asks Will this Be Sufficient to Save Garuda?

A recent editorial in the Jakarta Post praised the last-minute cash bailout of US$107 million (Rp. 1 trillion) provided by Indonesian legislators for Garuda Indonesia but posed the question if such help provides anything more than short-term superficial relief.

In the words of the Jakarta Post: "Without debt restructuring to reduce its debts to a sustainable level, without new strategic investor to bring in synergy and without significant progress in operational restructuring, Garuda will again suffer a liquidity crisis and could eventually go bankrupt. After all, Garuda is burdened with almost $1.2 billion in debts and an annual debt servicing burden of $110 million."

And, indeed, the government cash injection granted on Thursday, September 14, 2006, is little more than a short term palliative for what ails the Carrier. Considerably less than the US$230 million sought by Garuda to allow continuing operations while it negotiates "another" debt restructuring deal with it European creditors, the US$107 million given by the Government will keep the Airline in the air for now but leave it little room for seeking its second debt restructuring since 2001.

While crediting Garuda with successfully reducing its losses in 2005 to Rp. 675 billion from Rp. 875 billion suffered the previous year - lower demand for international flights to Indonesia dating from the 9-11 terrorist attack of 2001, escalating fuel prices and a highly competitive deregulated domestic airline environment have all taken their toll on the Indonesian carrier's bottom line.

Simply Not Enough

Mounting losses and persistent demands for repayment of debt, according to The Jakarta Post, could make "this latest financial assistance will be rendered meaningless within a few months if Garuda cannot conclude another debt restructuring deal with its domestic and foreign debtors to reduce its debts to a sustainable level."

The newspaper added: "But a sustainable debit level is not enough. Given the keener competition within the domestic and international markets, Garuda needs significant corporate restructuring and a new strategic investors to strengthen its competitiveness. Garuda requires a new strategic investor to strengthen its capital, improve its efficiency, modernize its jets and make its route network more efficient. We should not be such narrow-minded nationalists as to oppose a minority foreign shareholder in Garuda, despite its role as the national flag carrier. The other alternative is another bailout at the expense of taxpayers."

Urging more financial support The Jakarta Post is positive about Garuda's future saying "despite its current financial distress, (Garuda) has a promising future, providing it can strengthen its efficiency and improve its service to international standards. And, most importantly, it has a vital role to play in servicing the vast archipelago and the Asian region."

 

Tourism Minister to Be Ousted in Cabinet Reshuffle?
Jakarta-based Tourism Think Tank Calls on President to Replace Jero Wacik as Minister of Culture and Tourism.

The Indonesian language Bisnis Indonesia reports that members of the Jakarta-based Tourism think tank (MPI) have called for the replacement of Indonesia’s Minister of Culture and Tourism Jero Wacik in a rumored reshuffle of President Yudhoyono's Cabinet expected sometime before the end of this year.

Speaking on behalf of the MPI-Jakarta, Rudiana said: "Although disasters continue to befall the tourism industry this is not a reason for the Republic of Indonesia's tourism industry to be devastated, with the weak leadership (of tourism) over the past two years allowing the private sector to be brutalized."

Rudiana explained that as the result of the weak leadership of the Ministry in charge of tourism, the first echelon of Culture and Tourism ministry officials have sought safe haven, waiting for their individual pensions. Rudiana said that officials are aware that the Minister's appointment is a political position.

Rumors of a reshuffle in President's Yudhoyono's cabinet have resurfaced in combination with the second anniversary of his election to Indonesia's top job which will take place on October 20, 2006. The President has promised that he will annually review the results achieved by his cabinet, a promise kept on the first anniversary in 2005 that saw him replace three ministerial posts.

In a stern rebuke of Minister Wacik's performance as Minister of Culture and Tourism, Rudiana told Bisnis Indonesia that Wacik has only measured his success to date in terms of his ability to please his superior, as measured in the number of times the President attends special programs organized by his department.

 

National Tourism Target Remains at 5.5. Million
At Opening of 4th Kuta Karnival Tourism Official Calls for More Events and Underlines Continuing Commitment to Target of 5.5 million Foreign Visitors in 2006.

In comments made at the formal opening of the Kuta Karnival on Sunday, September 17, 2006, a ranking Indonesian tourism official reiterated the need for continuous tourism promotion and more international-scale events in order to attract foreign visitors to Bali.

Speaking of Targets

Firmansyah, a member of the Expert Staff of the Minister of Culture and Tourism, told the Indonesian language BisnisBali that the national target of 5.5 million visitors to Indonesia in the current year remains firm.

In 2005 the government failed to reach its tourism target of 5 million, achieving only 4.8 million following the sudden downturn in business resulting from the October 2006 terror attack in Bali. Bali's stated target of 1.6 million visitors in 2005 was similarly thwarted, reaching only 1.38 million foreign visitors.

Wishing to stem the increasing number of his fellow countrymen choosing to travel abroad on holiday each year, Firmansyah said "we hope Indonesians will not holiday abroad and, instead, just take their vacations domestically."

A Celebration of Life

The tourism expert's comments were made at the official opening of the 4th Annual Kuta Karnival which adopted "A Celebration of Life" as its theme.

The opening of the event saw the release of 200 baby green turtles into the surf of Kuta and a festival of kites involving 1709 kites that filled the skies overt the popular beach side destination in Bali.

Supatra Karang, Chairman of the Kuta Karnival reflected the general spirit of organizers and participants of the event which filled the nine-days from September 16-24 with 22 distinct sub-events when he told the press, "how beautiful are the differences that comprise the world in which we live." Karang praised the 4th Annual Kuta Karnival as a facilitator of Bali's promotion, a source of community-building among the people of Kuta and Bali as a whole, and as a force for peace.

 

Four Seasons Quality from Bali to the World
Four Seasons Staffers from Bali in Demand at Affiliated Properties Around the World.

Bali's Four Season Resort at Jimbaran Bay and Four Seasons Resort at Sayan have well-deserved reputations for excellence in service, earning numerous international awards as two of the world's most renowned resorts.

Because of their outstanding reputation, members of the teams from both hotels are in growing demand by affiliate hotels around the globe eager to share in the expertise and charm that have made the two Bali hotels famous.

Among recent members of the Bali Four Seasons family who have accepted Four Seasons assignment abroad include:o Christina Purba, the Director of Sales at the Four Seasons in Bali accepted a transfer in August to join the opening team of Four Seasons Koh Samui, Thailand.

- In June Asni Muharam who was employed as the Sales Manager in Bali moved to the Four Seasons Maldives.

- In April Lilywati Gouw who served as the Administrative Assistant to the General Manager in Bali moved to a new position at the Four Seasons Maldives.

- In November 2005 Dewa Ayu Widiantini, Ni Wayan Sutini and Ni Made Ariani moved to a Spa Therapist roles at the Four Seasons Great Exuma.

- In June of 2006 Gusti Ayu Kade Karmini and Ni Made Poniasih - two Bali Spa therapists, together with Beautician Widiasih all moved to the Four Seasons Shanghai.

Working to Formula
Hotel Santika Beach Bali Gets ISO 9001: 2000 Certification.

Following a lengthy qualification period the Hotel Santika Beach Bali has successfully earned ISO 9001:2000 Certification awarded by PT SGS International.

The international certification program means that the hotel's management has developed a fully integrated system of quality assurance and consistent management standards.

Hotel Santika Beach Bali is the eighth member of the Hotel Santika International Group of Hotels in Indonesia to qualify under the rigorous certification program and the first hotel in Bali to be so recognized.

On hand to receive the official certification certificate from SGS were senior members of the Santika Group's management and the Hotel's General Manager Made Sueca Negara.

 

Countdown to PATA Mart Bali 2007
Indonesia Hosts Final Night Dinner at PATA Mart 2006 in Hong Kong.

On the closing night of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Mart 2006 held in Hong Kong on Friday, September 15, 2006, hundreds of guests were treated to traditional dances from Bali, contemporary Indonesian music and a lavish four-course Indonesian dinner.

Guests were welcomed by the official host for the evening, Minister of Culture and Tourism for the Republic of Indonesia, Jero Wacik, who encouraged the record setting total of travel industry buyers and sellers to come to Bali in 2007 where the next PATA Mart is scheduled to be held in September 2007.

Shown on balidisocovery.com are snapshots taken during the gala "Indonesian Night Program" in Hong Kong.

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More Sentences Handed Down in 2005 Bombing Incident
4th in Growing List of Terrorist Convictions Connected to October 2005 Blast Gets 15 Years Behind Bars.

A Bali court handed down a 15-year sentence on Thursday, September 14, 2006, to Anif Solachanudin, a 29 year-old accomplice in the October 2005 bombing which claimed 20 lives in Bali.

Trained to be a suicide bomber, Solachanudin was found guilty of involvement in terrorist attacks and for the possession of illegal explosives. The presiding judge in the case handed down a sentence of 15 years, 5 years more than that requested by State prosecutors.

This is the fourth conviction in connection with the 2005 Bali bombing. Convictions already down by the Denpasar courts in connection with the October 2005 terrorist attack include:

- Mohammad Choily, 28, who was given 18 years in prison for providing explosives used to make the bombs.

- Dwi Widiarti, 33, sentenced to 8 years for providing technical expertise in transferring to CD a video made by Malaysian terrorist Noordin M. Top.

- Abdul Aziz, a 30 year-old schoolteacher was sentences to 8 years in prison for creating a website featuring Malaysian terrorists Noordin M. Top and Azahari.

Following the October 2005 attack a massive manhunt resulted in a shootout with police in near Malang on Java in which Azahari was killed. Noordin M. Top remains at large.

 

 
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