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BALI UPDATE #1003 - 23 November 2015


Cleared for Landing and Take-Offs
Virgin Australia and Jetstar Resume Bali Flight Schedules

Jetstar and Virgin Australia have resumed their full flight schedules to Bali as eruptions at Mt. Barujari in Lombok have subsided and winds are no longer carrying dangerous volcanic ash over the traffic pattern areas of the Denpasar, Bali airport.

On Thursday and Friday. November 19-20, 2015 both of the Australian Airlines resumed normal schedules to and from Bali.

Both airlines interrupted flights to Bali during the August 2015 eruption of Mt. Raung in East Java and in November 2015 the eruption of Mr. Barjari in Lombok.

Jetstar and Virgin Australia have advised that the situation will remain under review by their aviation experts. But, for the present time, flights from Australia to Bali are considered safe.

Crocodile Rock
Indonesia's Top Narcotics Cop Wants to Build Prison Encircled by Crocodiles and Flesh-Eating Fish

Budi Waseso, the Commissioner-General of the National Police Anti-Narcotics Division,  wants more than mere prison bars separating society from drug kingpins and dealers he sends to prison. In fact, if Waseso has his way, he’d like to surround Indonesia’s worst drug offenders prisons with moats infested with flesh-eating piranha fish and crocodiles.

Waseso told that that a special narcotics prison made inescapable with bars, high walls, barbed wire and a myriad of water predators is being finalized by the head of the National narcotics Agency (BNN) for implementation in the near future. Speaking to the press on Saturday, November 14, 2015, Waseso said research on the prison security systems has gone so far as to consider whether Piranhas or Arkaima would be best suited to populate the encircling moats that it is presumed they will share with crocodiles.

In describing the plan, Budi Waseso praised the many befits of using crocodiles and piranha fish, saying both are known for their ferociousness, inexpensive upkeep, resistance to disease and voracious appetites. Drawing a "biting" comparison to prison guards who have recently allowed prisoners to roam free in exchange for payments, Waseso added, “What’s most important these animals (piranhas and crocodiles) don't know compromise."

“If there are those who want to escape then they can finish that matter with the crocodiles. If one of the prisoners is wounded or dies, the crocodile can be named as a suspect by the police,” said Waseso cynically.

Continuing on the theme, Budi Waseso said that crocodiles and pirhana, unlike prison guards, are not inclined to receive bribes.” You can’t bribe a crocodile or a piranha. You can’t persuade them to let a prisoner escape.” Budi said.

Budi Waseso said that plans to use piranhas and crocodiles have already been coordinated with the Minister of Justice and Human Rights. “This was all discussed in detail before brining it before the public.’ Said Waseso, He said that in principle the plan has received the blessing of the Minister.

” But this is not easy, and it all needs a process of study,” he added.

Canton Three Times a Week from Bali
Garuda Indonesia Commences Thrice Weekly Flights from Bali to Guangzhou, China

On Sunday, November 22, 2015, Garuda Indonesia commenced flying its latest route between Denpasar and Guangzhou, China.

The inaugural flight departed Bali with a Boeing 737-800 NG at 11:45 pm arriving in Guangzhou on Monday morning at 5:00 am.

The plane with a capacity of 12 business class and 150 economy seats will fly three times a week on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.

Quoted by, the general manager in Bali for Garuda Indonesia, Syamsudddin Jusuf Souib, said: “The flight route Denpasr-Guangzhou is a part of the development of Garuda’s strategy to expand its Chinese market; the next step after opening direct flights between Jakarta-Guangzhou, Jakarta-Breaking, Jakarta-Shanghai and Denpasar-Beijing."

Syamsuddin said Garuda Indonesia is increasingly prepared to exploit the huge potential of the Chinese market by creating easier air access from China to Bali. He said that the easy connections to destinations such as Yogyakarta, Makassar, Manado, Labuan Bajo and other locales would also help bring Chinese tourists to destinations beyond Bali.

Paris, Je T'Aime
Following Paris Attacks, Bali Placed on ĎSiaga Ií Security Alert Status

Following the November 13, 2015 attacks in Paris by ISIS, the Provincial Police of Bali have declared a “Stage I State of Preparedness” (Siaga I) encompassing vital services, public places and tourism destinations.

A public information officer from the Bali Police, Sri Harmiti, said on Monday, November 16, 2015, “Extra security measures are in place at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport, Denpasar, the Port of Gilimanuk and the Port of Padang Bai in Karangasem.” She went on to explain that extra officers have been assigned on a 24-hour basis at key points across the Island.

As reported by the State News Agency Antara, Harmiti called on the public to report any suspicious situations or circumstances to the Police.
Police in Bali are also placing additional security outside the French Consulate located in Banjar Umalas in Kerobokan.

Bali’s Chief of Police, Inspector General Sugeng Priyanto issued a five-point instructions in accordance with the high-alert Siaga I status now in effect:
  1. The entire Bali police force is to increase its state of preparedness in anticipation of the possibility of Paris-styled attacks by taking pre-emptive, preventative and calculated repressive measures, as required.
  2. To enhance security and step up inspections at Bali’s gateways including the Ngurah Rai International Airport, the Port of Gilimanuk, the Port of Padangbai and traditional ports around the Island.
  3. Undertake a show of force via joint patrols with the Indonesian Armed Forces (TNI).
  4. To increase security at vital locations, especially consulate generals of friendly nations and entertainment centers frequented by foreign nationals.
  5. For those involved in the intelligence function to undertake early detection of possible problems by, in cooperation with community security units, surveying those staying in boarding houses and traditional village settings.
As reported by NusaBali, on Monday, November 16, 2015, a coordination meeting was convened at Bali Police Headquarters attended by the police, the elite Densus 88 anti-terror unit and other agencies of the government.

Following the Paris attack the Alliance Francaise was closed for three days on November 15-17, 2015, as a sign of respect for the victims of the Paris attacks.

A Shocking Death
Australian Expat Dies in Sanur, Bali Household Accident

A 67-year-old Australian, Philip Henry Hyde has died in Bali after a household accident in which the man was electrocuted while cleaning a fishpond at his Sanur home located on Jalan Sekuta Gang Melati No II, in Sanur.

The Perth man reportedly slipped and fell into the pool on Tuesday, November 17, 2015, when his female companion heard the man scream and discovered him floating in the pool.

Assisted by a neighbor the woman extracted Hyde from the pool. Hyde was still breathing but died a short time later in the emergency room of the Sanglah General Hospital.

Hyde has been a resident of Bali for the past ten years.

A Fear of Silent Nights
Concerns Expressed that Paris Terror and Volcanic Activity May Curb Year-End Holiday High Season

As reported by the State News Agency Antara, tourism professionals in Bali are predicting a downturn in the coming year-end high season following the recent eruption of two volcanoes and the November 13th terror attack on Paris.

The chairman of the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association in Bali (PHRI-Bali), Cokorda Artha Ardana Sukawati, speaking on Tuesday, November 17, 2015, said: “I am worried, the explosions of the volcanoes continue and the Parisian situation has become a dilemma.”

Cokorda believes that these recent events will have a psychological impact on foreign visitors to Bali, particularly those traveling from Europe, who may now be reluctant to travel anywhere.

The U.K. and France are included among the top ten source markets of foreign visitors to Bali with the Netherlands and Germany numbered among the top 15. Moreover, European visitors to Bali are normally seen as higher spenders with longer periods of stay as compared to travelers from the Asian region.

As the 9th largest source of visitors to Bali, the French are expected to produce 100,000 visitors to the Island for all of 2015.

Cokorda feels certain that Bali will experience a decline in European visitors during the year-end period.

Correspondingly, Cokorda thinks that Asia-Pacific travelers who originally planned to travel to Europe may now take their 2015 Christmas and New Years holidays in Asia, including Bali.

Coffee, Tea or She?
Lion Air Grounds Co-Pilot Who Reportedly 'Offered' Stewardess to Passengers as Compensation on Delayed Flight

Lion Air has suspended one of their co-pilots in a bizarre incident that the Airline is depicting as a failure to follow procedures.

As reported by the State News Agency and a number of other media, Lambertus Maengkom, a passenger on board Lion Air JT 990 flying from Surabaya to Bali on Saturday evening, November 14, 2015, reported how the plane’s co-pilot repeatedly used the flight’s public address system to offer a female member of the cabin crew as “compensation” for a flight delay. The pilot, reportedly speaking in breathless tones and moans over the plane's  public address system, described the stewardess to the passengers as an attractive widow.

The spokesman of the Lion Air Group, Andy M. Saladin, confirmed that the co-pilot has been grounded for an indefinite period while the incident remains under investigation. All the flight crew serving on the flight are being interviewed by the Airline’s management.

Maengkom’s report on the incident was confirmed by other passengers onboard the flight who told of heavy breathing and the sound of moaning carried over the public address system during the flight that caused some to be concerned for the safety of the flight that was already three hours late from its official schedule.

The CEO of Lion Air, Edward Sirait, has denied reports in some media that the co-pilot was drunk or under the influence of drugs during the incident.

Sirait said the aviator was only violating procedures in using the public address system to extend birthday greetings to a member of the cabin crew. The Airline’s CEO defended the co-pilot saying there was a natural breathiness to the quality of his speech, a situation that was accentuated by the fact that the cockpit microphone was held too close to the speaker’s mouth.

Baliís Bio-Diverse Oceans
Research Confirms Baliís Southern Waters Home to Diverse Collection of Large Sea Mammals

Joint research carried out by Conservation International-Indonesia (CI), Cetecan Sirenian Indonesia, Ocean Initiative and Udayana University’s Oceanic and Fisheries Faculty have confirmed a high concentration of sea mammals living off Bali’s southern shore.

As reported by, Putu Liza Mustika, a researcher from Cetacean Sirenian Indonesia, said the research on sea mammals was carried out to learn more about their existence in Bali’s southern waters. The data collected will help in the conservation management of sea mammals, many of which have wide global migration patterns.

“The results of the survey in this area have identified at least species of whales and five species of dolphins. These include Sperm whale (Physeter macrocephalus), Sei whale (Balaenoptera borealis), Bryde’s whale (Balaenoptera edeni), Spinner dolphins (Stenella longirostris), Spotted dolphins (Stenella attenuata), Risso’s dolphins (Grampus griseus), Fraser’s dolphins (Lagenodelphis hosei) and Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops sp)," said Musitka.

Another researcher, Hanggar Prasetio, said the results of the survey might still uncover other species as the photos continue to be examined. Among the megafauna known to be in these waters are turtles, Mola-mola fish, Manta Rays, whale sharks, sharks and sea snakes.

The team of 6 researchers hope that their work will provide a better understanding of the bio-diversity of Bali's southern seas and its connection to ocean dynamics and how uncontrolled development on Bali’s shorelines, domestic and home industrial sewage being pumped into the oceans and the sub-oceanic noise pollution caused by maritime traffic are affecting these mammals.

The research was carried out from October 30 through November 7, 2015.

An Open Invitation to Australia
Australia Urging Garuda to Fly to More Australian Destinations

The Government of Australia has requested the Indonesian national flag carrier Garuda Indonesia to increase flight frequencies form Jakarta and Denpasar to a number of Australian destinations.

As reported by OKZONE.COM, the Australian Minister of Tourism and International Education Richard Colback urged the expansion in a meeting in Jakarta with the CEO of Garuda Indonesia, Arif Wibowo.

Colback said he hoped that flight frequencies would be increased between Jakarta and Sydney to enhance connectivity and enlarge travel markets between Indonesia and Australia.

Colback confirmed that the Government of Australia has a strong desire for more Indonesian tourist visitors. Australia has a current a “balance of trade deficit” in terms of tourism with only some 150,000 Indonesians traveling to Australia each year while some 1 million Australians visit Indonesia annually.

In response, Wibowo said: “Garuda flies its famous ‘kangaroo route’ flying to Sydney, Melbourne and Perth that all hold great potential for Garuda Indonesia. The expansion of destinations will continue to undertaken as part of the two governments' tourism development programs.”

Arif also mentioned efforts by Australia to promote travel, such as e-visa application to facilitate holiday travel and a schedule of calendar events in Australia - both meant to attract Indonesian travelers.

Bali is Best
Bali Praised as Example of Clean Governance and Bureaucratic Reform

Indonesia’s Minister for Reform of the State Apparatus, Yuddy Chirsnandi, has praised the provincial government of Bali for acting as the locomotive in the repair and improvement of the local bureaucracy.

As reported by, Yuddy said he hoped Bali would be able to remain on the vanguard of creating a clean government nationally.

Yuddy said the clean government index for Bali improves each year. He attributed this performance on strong leadership that is emulated in turn by the regency administration in Badung.

Praising Bali’s efforts at administrative reform and its suitability as an example for other provinces across Indonesia, Yuddy said the true measure of success is public satisfaction with government service and the ability of leaders to foment the mental revolution needed to stimulate reform.

Reducing Late Night Traffic Jams in Kuta
Taxiís Without Passengers to Be Banned From Entering Jalan Legian in Kuta from 11:00 pm until 2:00 am Each Night

In an effort to reduce traffic congestion, Police in the Kuta area of Bali are seeking to limit access by taxis not carrying a passenger on board.

Police say a major contributor to traffic jams in Kuta, particularly in the evening hours, is slow moving and parked taxis seeking new fares among passing pedestrians.

Quoted by NusaBali, the head of the Kuta Police Precinct, I Wayan Sumara, said his officers have undertaken a thorough study of the severe traffic congestion that has become a common sight every afternoon and evening in Legian. Adding: "After we have studied the problem, the ratio is one private car compared to five taxis. Just look and count. There’s certain to be too many taxis running back and forth in the evening hours."

Based on this condition, Kuta police are planning to operate an "open and close" system for taxi’s without passengers traveling on Jalan Legian heading in the direction of the Ground Zero Monument. Police are confident that by limiting the number of empty taxis cruising for passengers that congestion on the road will be reduced.

“Maybe in the past the plans were to reduce traffic congestion in Legian by widening the roads. But, that’s not possible. We are now trying to address the root cause,” said Sumara.

Taxi with no passengers on board will be banned from entering Jalan Legian. These taxi will be diverted to Jalan Mangga, Jalan Patiumura, Jalan Mataram to access Jalan Pantai Kuta. Alternatively, these taxi will be sent to Jalan Melasti in the direction of Jalan Sriwijaya.

The new rules will apply to taxis without a passenger on board and be in effect each evening from 11:00 pm until 2:00 am.

The precinct chief discounted the need for prior socialization of the new rules saying the measure fell under the discretion granted to the Kuta police to control traffic and was, at least for now, temporary in nature and would be controlled by officers on the scene.

Ready, Aim. . . Wait!
Indonesia Put Stay on Further Executions While Economy Idles

The Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Luhut Panjaitan announced on Thursday, November 19, 2015 that the Government has decided to suspend plans for more execution this year to allow officials to focus on addressing the current economic slowdown.

Suggesting the stay in executions was temporary in nature, Panjaitan told, “We are not thinking about carrying out death sentences as long as our economy is still like this.”

Economic growth in the third quarter 2015 slowed to 4.73%.

Indonesia’s decision to proceed with executions of 14 people in January and April 2015 brought widespread criticism, threats of boycotts and a chilling of relations with a number of nations. Two of those executed were major drug dealers Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran who were shot in April; an action that precipitated a recall of Australia’s Ambassador to Indonesia.

In the meantime, Indonesia continues to hand down the death penalty for major crimes with the death penalty handed down again in a Jakarta court in a major narcotics case just one week before the stay in executions was announced by Panjaitan.

RIMBA Takes Mexican Food to New Heights
UNIQUE Rooftops Bar & Restaurant at RIMBA Jimbaran Offers Authentic Mexican Cuisine

The latest spot for authentic Mexican cuisine in Bali is the UNIQUE Rooftop Bar & Restaurant at the RIMBA Jimbaran Bali by AYANA.
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A literal oasis that offers a chic pool club by day and spectacular sunset spot for stylish cocktails and festive Mexican dining by night, UNIQUE is a five-star destination located in Jimbaran’s sunset coast, where a refreshing sea breeze accompanies elevated treetop views overlooking an expansive forest and out to the ocean beyond. UNIQUE’s contemporary design is based around a welcoming central bar and 25-meter infinity-edge pool that faces one of Bali’s most captivating sunsets. Multi-levelled seating provides panoramic 360-degree views from any location.
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UNIQUE’s culinary team has crafted a one-of-kind menu, offering tasty snacks and entrées to share among family and friends. Signature dishes include; Tortilla Soup, Homemade Tacos, Chicken Enchilada, Burritos, Fajitas, Beef Nachos, Churros and many more.
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All of UNIQUE’s flavourful specialties may be paired with a fresh fruit margarita, top shelf tequila, ice-cold beer or signature cocktail.

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You Raise Me Up
New Minimum 2016 Wage Levels Announced for Badung Regency and Denpasar in Bali

The Badung Regency of Bali has set the minimum monthly wage for 2016 of Rp. 2,124,075, up from the minimum wage for 2015 of Rp. 1,905,000.

The 2016 minimum monthly wage for Denpasar is Rp. 2,007,000 increasing from the 2015 minimum pay rate of Rp. 1,800,000.

Both hikes in the minimum that can be paid to a worker increased 11.5% for the coming year.

The new minimum wage levels represent a consensus agreed before a committee comprised of entrepreneurs, union members and the government.

Final ratification is the authority of the Governor of Bali who is expected to ratify the new levels.

Banyuwangi Flights from Bali Axed
Garuda Indonesia Cancels Bali to Banyuwangi, East Java Flights

Garuda Indonesia has stopped operating flights between Denpasar’s Ngurah Rai International Airport and Blimbingsari Airport in Banyuwangi, East Java due to a lack of passenger demand.

Quoted in The Bali Post, Ismugito, the manager for Garuda Indonesia in Banyuwangi, explained that due to a lack of demand form Bali and after further evaluation, Garuda has decided to end the service effective November 17, 2015.

Ismugito explained that while occupancy levels from Banyuwangi to Bali averaged 80% the return leg form Bali to Banyuwangi only achieved occupancy levels of 60% or less. In the end, Garuda determined revenues on the route were insufficient to cover operational costs.

The route was also adversely affected by numerous flight cancellations occasioned by the eruption of Mt. Raung in East Java and, more recently, the eruption of Mount Barujari in Lombok.

Prior to its cancellation, Garuda operated the service using ATR72-600 aircraft with a capacity for 70 passengers,

With the elimination of the Denpasar to Banyuwangi service, Garuda plans to add flights between Banyuwangi and Surabaya. There is strong demand on this route with many travellers from Banyuangi and northwest Bali choosing to travel to Banyuwangi and fly to Surabaya for onward connection. For many licing in Bali's north and northwest, Banyuwangi is a more convenient point of departure than Denpasar that can represent a drive of 3 to 4 hours.

Buy My Horse, He's Hungry
Competing with Modernity, 80-year Old Dokar Driver in Baliís Capital of Denpasar Faces Difficulty in Feeding Himself and His Horse

NusaBali carried a poignant story of changing times in Bali’s capital of Denpasar and the vanishing trade of dokar drivers – the two-wheeled horse-drawn carriages that were once a popular form of transport in Bali.

80-year-old I Nengah Purna told of the many difficulties of trying to eke out a living with his humble dokar on Jalan Gajah Mada in downtown Denpasar. While there are seven registered dokar operators on the street, only three continue take to the road each morning. Purna sadly related how he typically waits for hours, unable to find passengers that will allow him and his aging horse to bring them to their next destination.

“For the past month I’ve had no income,” he said. Tired and full of despair, the old man who has traveled up and down the streets of Denpasar for the past 52 years is at a loss on what he and horse must now do to survive.

The elderly Balinese who lives on Jalan Nangka Gang 5A in Denpasar, says that driving his dokar is the only trade he knows. He charges only Rp. 10,000 to bring a passenger around Denpasar’s city center, but, still, very few avail themselves of his services.

Adding to the old man’s sadness are his growing concerns for his horse. It is becoming increasingly difficult to find grass in downtown Denpasar. “In one day I get only one basket of grass, and that’s never full. Have pity on my horse,” plead Purna, as he stroked the horse that somehow seems to understand their shared misery.

“If anyone wants to buy the horse, I will sell him. Have pity on him, he’s getting skinnier,” said Purna.

Striving for Safety
PHRI: Majority of Hotels Falling Short on Security and Safety Assessments

At the 13th General Assembly of the Bali chapter of the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI-Bali) held at the Inaya Putri Bali Resort in Nusa Dua on Saturday, November 21, 2015, security certifications certificates were presented to four and five-starred hotels that have met security criteria set by the Indonesian police.

As reported by, the chairman of PHRI-Bali, Tjokorda Artha Ardana Sukawati, explained to the press that the security certification is based on a Ministerial Decree that required 4 and 5-star hotels to undertake safety and security certification commencing in 2014. Adding: “Then, for three, two and one-star hotels (the security classification system) begins in 2015. For Melati hotels, the certification system begins next year. But we will advance this, because non-starred hotels have asked that we rapidly advance this certification program.”

The certification program for safety and security is conducted by assessors the Bali Provincial Police and PHRI-Bali, and reviewed for a total of thirty-one hotels in the four and five star categories. Cokorda reported: “Only 9 hotels qualified for platinum, gold or silver certification. The 22 remaining hotels still need further development. All these hotels applied of certification, we (PHRI) did not compel them.”

The security review goes well beyond terrorist concerns and also include criterion on food supply, fire safety, credit card security and the vetting of new employees.

Recertification is set to take place once every three years with periodic testing undertaken from time to time by mystery inspectors posing as guests who perform incognito reviews of the hotels.

Indonesians Encouraged to Visit Australia
Australia Introducing Easier Visa Controls to Encourage Indonesians to Visit Australia

In order to increase the number of tourist visitors, the Australian government is extending to Indonesian travelers the option a three-year, multiple-entry visa starting in 2016. The current visa granted to Indonesians is valid for only one year.

As reported by the State News Agency Antara, also in the works is on online visa application process for Indonesians expected to be operational by 2017.

The Australian Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Peter Dutton, announced the changes in visa policies and processes during a visit to Jakarta.

Said Dutton, "These initiatives will benefit Indonesia and Australia as we look to promote stronger business and tourism links between our two countries." He described how the changes are intended to reduce red tape and boost tourism flows.

150,200 Indonesians visited Australia in 2014, increasing 6% six per cent from 2013. The Indonesian tourists contributed an estimated $600 million annually to the Australian economy.

When Passengers Roar at the Lion
Angry Lion Air Passengers Commandeer a Runway at Jakartaís Airport

As reported by, passengers on board Lion Air JT 898 flying from Jakarta to Makassar erupted in a fit of anger at Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta Airport on Saturday, November 21, 2015.

The passengers originally scheduled to fly at 5:00 am suffered numerous aircraft changes and flight delays resulting finally in an 11:00 am departure time.

Angry passengers reportedly left the passenger terminal and blocked a Lion Air plane preparing for take-off. The plane preparing to take the runway was Lion Air JT 778 with passengers on the delayed flight stopping the plane and forcing their way on board the plane also flying to Makassar, resulting in a delay for that aircraft as well.

Hadi M. Djuraid of the Ministry of Transportation confirmed the incident, including the fact that passengers blocked the path of the Lion Air jet. Hadi’s preliminary investigation traced the several delays to requests by Lion Air to change the original 190-passenger Boeing 737 to an Airbus A330 able to carry 350 passengers.

The change in aircraft type requires government approval and was only handed to the Ministry at 8:00 am – a time already 3 hours after the original flight slot.

Hadi blamed the incident on the Airline overselling seats on a flight and then coordinating badly the process needed to gain approval for a change of aircraft.

The Ministry continues to investigate the incident.

GO-JEK Doesnít Deliver Grass
Famous Indonesian Musician Caught with Marijuana After Using Go-Jek Driver for a Drug Pick Up

NusaBali and, reports that a tip given to Bali police by a GO-JEK  Motorcycle driver has resulted in the arrest of Robby Satria, a musician from the well-known rock band Geisha.

Satria was arrested by police in the early hours of Thursday, November 19, 2015, in the lobby of the Aston Denpasar Hotel on Jalan Gatot Subroto in Denpasar.

The 29-year-old musician had only hours before performed in a private program held at the hotel.

The arrest came after a GO-JEK driver became suspicious of Satria’s behavior and reported to police. At 10:00 pm Robby Satria had ordered transport from the online motorcycle service, requesting to be taken from the Hotel to a location in Kerobokan, North Kuta.

Satria told the driver to stop briefly while he retrieved a small packet that had been left on the side of the road. The musician then climb back on the bike and ordered the driver to bring him back to the Hotel Aston.

After dropping Satria back at the Hotel, the driver drove to the North Kuta Police Precinct to share his suspicions with officers on duty at the precinct. Police arrived at the hotel and lured the Satria into the lobby where he was arrested. Police then took Satria to his room where a search found 1.46 grams of marijuana in his trouser's pocket.

Police must now decide whether to charge Satria as a habitual user of marijuana and recommend rehabilitation or charge him under the 2009 anti-narcotics law that provides up to four years in prison for individuals arrested with less than 5 grams of marijuana.

Under arrest, Robby Satria reportedly gave police details of how the marijuana had been left for him by a courier on a roadside that he subsequently picked up using a GO-JEK service.

This is the second drug arrest for the guitarist who was arrested with marijuana on October 7, 2013, for which he received a nine-month prison sentence.

The More the Merrier?
Denpasar Administration will Not Impose Moratorium on New Hotels

DenPost reports that the metropolitan government of Denpasar will not impose a moratorium on new hotel projects, claiming the a greater need to encourage new investment in tourism and prepare room inventories for future tourism growth.

The Head of Tourism for the City of Denpasar, I Wayan Gunawan (shown), told the press on Friday, November 13, 2015 that Bali would, however, limit new hotels in Denpasar to projects that have a minimum room-size of 18 square meters.

Acknowledging that Sanur was a separate case, Gunawan said that he hoped Sanur would preserve its special character and keep its focus on accepting only projects for starred hotels.

According to data maintained by the Denpasar administration, Bali’s capital presently has:
  • 30 starred hotels with 4,255 rooms.
  • 200 Melati hotels with 4,809 rooms.
  • 67 Pondok Wisata accommodation providers with 366 rooms.
  • 129 bars
  • 79 restaurants
  • 383 rumah makan
  • 109 money changers
  • 176 Travel Agencies

Unbeatable Seller Prices for BBTF 2016
Seller Discounts for Bali & Beyond Travel Fair 2016 for Confirmed Bookings Made Before November 30, 2016

The 3rd Bali & Beyond Travel Fair (BBTF 2016) will take place in Bali June 23-26, 2016.

Bali’s very own international travel fair is open to buyer participation by qualified travel industry professionals from around the world and to sellers from the Indonesian hotels, attractions and travel companies.

This year's fair has been timed to coincide with the opening of the 38th Annual Bali Arts Festival – a month-long celebration of music, dance and drama with an emphasis on Balinese performance.

The organizers of the BBTF are offering early-bird promotion packages to seller participants with substantial discounts.

For those booking and paying for a booth before November 30, 2015:
  • A standard booth can be obtained for Rp. 1.5 million discount from the standard price of Rp. 17.5 million.
  • A corner booth is available for Rp. 2 million discount from standard price of Rp. 20 million.
  • Special rates for open floor space are also available upon application to the organizers.
For more information on special seller discount Email 

BBTF 2016 Website 

Ace Trumps Hotels and Restaurants in Bali
Cok Aceí Elected to Third Term as Chairman of Bali-PHRI

Tjokorda Oka Artha Ardana Sukawati, also known as 'Cok Ace,' has been elected to a third term as the chairman of the Bali Chapter of the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI-Bali) to serve from 2015-2020.

Cok Ace was chosen by popular acclamation at the 13th Provincial general assembly of the PHRI-Bali held in Nusa Dua, Bali on Saturday, November 21, 2015.

Quoted by NusaBali, Cok Ace said following his reelection: “The Assembly was held with the theme of 'harmony' because whoever leads the PHRI must be able to harmonize the frequent points of friction between cultural tourism and created tourism. This also includes the points of friction between Bali and other regions of Indonesia.”

He said that PHRI has an important role to play in tourism, with many seeing hotels as being at the center of any discussion of tourism. Thus, when people believe that tourism damages Bali’s culture, the perception must also be that hotels contribute to this destruction. Adding: “When tourism is said to use great quantities of water, the meaning is certainly hotels. Because of this, in the future we hope that PHRI can represent and explain to the people that tourism is a shared asset and we can stop blaming each other.”

At the Annual General Meeting of PHRI-Bali, Indonesia’s Minister of Tourism Arief Yahya opened the gathering by calling on the Island to become more competitive with other destinations, like Bangkok or Singapore.

Citing that the contribution of restaurants to the tourism industry almost equals that of hotels, Yahya said the PHRI-Bali should focus in the future on Bali’s culinary traditions. The Minister said 32% of the creative economy is linked to the culinary arts.

Meanwhile, the Chairman of the National PHRI, Hariyadi B. Sukamdani, told the meeting that Bali contributes one-third of the foreign exchange of the Indonesian tourism industry. He called on PHRI-Bali to increase cooperative efforts to grow Indonesia’s domestic and international tourism industry.

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