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BALI UPDATE #991 - 31 August 2015


Making Loaves without Loafing
Wijdan Purnama Named Chief Pâtissier at Westin Resort, Nusa Dua

The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali has appointed Chef Wijdan Purnama to as their new Executive Pastry Chef.

Prior to joining The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Widjan has had a distinguished culinary career focused completely on pastry and bakery work at a number of leading hotels in Jakarta.

Creating and tirelessly seeking innovative approaches to dessert preparation, Chef Wijdan learned his foundation skills in cooking and pastry at the Akademi Tata Boga Bandung before continuing his education by earning an associate’s degree in Chocolate Sculpture with Stephane Treand MOF. Later, he joined Ewald Notter, 2001 World Champion Patisserie in Lyon, France to enhancing his creative skills by creating sugar art in unique and beautiful shapes.

Studying with the masters in his profession, Chef Widjan has earned awards from the Indonesia Hotels & Restaurant Association (PHRI) and Bandung Chef Association (BCA) for the "best creation" in pastry products.

In Bali, Chef Wijdan will be in charge of the pastry and bakery section for all dining venues at the resort including Seasonal Tastes, Velada Tapas Bar & Kitchen, Prego Italian restaurant, Ikan Restaurant & Bar, Kites Bar & Lounge and By The Water as well as handling catering for the Bali International Convention Centre.

When not busy in the kitchen, Chef Wijdan enjoys fishing with friends and participates in competitive motorbike racing.

Getting a New Spin on Bali
Bali Adventure Sky Tours Introduces its New B2 Helicopter to the Island’s Travel Trade

Bali Adventure Tours held a “second” launch of its Bali Adventure Sky Tours helicopter service. Normally based at Bali Adventure Elephant Park in Taro, Central Bali, the helicopter was positioned at Bali Adventure House at Benoa to allow inspection by industry partners and leading media.

During the course of the mid-day festivities, a lucky draw saw 25 guests won a Kuta Beach joy flight aboard the newly introduced B2 Squirrel Helicopter.

With the formal introduction into service helicopter flights by Bali Adventure Sky Tours a large range of helicopter products are now on offer, including: scenic charter flights, airport, hotel and inter-island transfers; medivac evacuation, aerial photography and filming support, and volcano flights from Ubud.

Bali Adventure Tours operates four heliports connecting their service to a network of more heliports operated by leading hotels and resorts across the region. A small fleets of luxury limousines provide land transportation to and from the heliports.

The luxury Eurocopter (airbus) B2 helicopter features air conditioning, full white leather interior, the latest in electronic navigation systems, emergency floatation and wire cutters, and the latest 4-camera video and photo equipment. The B2 boasts a “smooth as silk” flying characteristic and a jet motor with lifting power capabilities exceeding many other helicopters in its class.

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A Connected Community in Bali
Sanur Community in Bali Launched as ‘Digital Tourism Village’

The Indonesian Ministry of Tourism has announced its intention to name the village of Sanur, Bali as Indonesia’s first “digital tourism village” to serve as a showcase for small and medium-sized enterprises nation-wide.

The announcement by the Ministry of Tourism was made in connection with the Sanur Village Festival on Wednesday, August 26, 2015. quotes the chairman of the Sanur Development Foundation who operates the Sanur Village Festival, Gede Sidharta Putra, saying that Sanur was selected for the pilot project as a “digital tourism village” because of its past success in mobilizing the local populace and local businesses in support of the Festival.

Obviously proud of his neighborhood, Putra said that Sanur Village possesses a richness of culture and the natural dynamic energy and creativity of a seashore society that has managed to adapt to outside influences.

The “digital tourism village” will be initially introduced near Pasar Sindu in Sanur that has offered complimentary WiFi to local residents for the past 5 years.

Plans are that over time the Sanur WiFi infrastructure will be enhanced qualifying the community to serve as a pilot project for the creation of other “digital tourism villages” in Indonesia.

The “digital tourism village” initiative is supported by the Minister of Cooperatives and Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises seeking to make Indonesia more competitive in the world market.

Light, Camera . . . Permits
Tighter Supervision Introduced on Visiting Journalists and Filmmakers

The Jakarta Post reports that the Indonesian government has clarified procedures and documentation requirements for visiting foreign journalists and film crews seeking to work in Indonesia.

First and foremost, journalist and film teams need a permit issued by the Coordinating Team for Visiting Foreigners at the Foreign Affairs Ministry and permits from the Directorate General for Political Affairs and General Administration at the Home Affairs Ministry.

The Coordinating Team for Visiting Foreigners is an inter-agency initiative under the Foreign Affairs Ministry with participation by members of the State Intelligence Body (BIN), the National Police and Immigration officials.

For journalist and filmmakers working in remote areas of the Country, a permits from the local National Unity and Politic Affairs Body is needed.

The government has issued the guidelines to end past instances of journalists and filmmakers using tourist visas while working illegally in Indonesia.

Death by Misadventure
Body of Drowned ‘Flying Fish’ Instructor Found in Benoa Bay

A search party comprised of Water Police from Benoa Harbor, the Police Mobile Brigade (Brimob), Denpasar Police, the Indonesian Navy, Benoa Port Security (KPLP) and National Search and Rescue workers (Basarnas) have recovered the body of Komang Astawa, a 19-year-old trainee “Flying Fish” instructor.

Discovered on Thursday afternoon, August 27, 2015, the man's body was found floating near a dock on the south side of Benoa Bay. Astawa had been missing for three days after falling from an airborne “Flying Fish” in the company of four other passengers.

Astawa was from Banjar Pelisan in Karangasem. At the time of the accident, he was in training to become a “flying fish” instructor when his grip failed and he was tossed into the sea near Buoy #10 at the entrance to Benoa Bay.

Age as an Excuse for Criminality
Elderly Australian Escapes Possible Long Jail Term in Kuta Knife Attack

A 79-year-old Melbourne Australia man, Leslie John Polson, is no longer facing criminal prosecution and prison after Bali police announced that the criminal complaint against the man have been withdrawn.

Polson attacked Scotsman Alistair Sutherland (61), stabbing the man in the arm, during an altercation at the Gloria 99 Bar in Bali. quotes Ewa Tagel Wijasa chief detective at the Kuta Police Precinct saying the case is closed as the complaint had been withdrawn against the man by his victim.

Wiijasa shared his speculation, saying that “maybe the victim realized the suspect was an old man.”


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Exercising the Vote, Not the Muscle
More than 12,000 Police to Ensure December Regional Elections in Bali Held without Incident reports that 12,764 police personnel will be deployed to ensure public order and security during coming snap elections for regional leaders to be held in five regions of Bali: Badung, Tabanan, Karangasem, Jembrana and the municipality of Denpasar.

At a general operational assembly of security personnel at the Renon Field in Denpasar, Bali on Wednesday, August 26, 2015, the deputy chief of police for Bali, Brigadier General Nyoman Suryasta urged all enforcement personnel and the public to spare no effort in ensuring a smooth and peaceful election process.

Said Suryasta: “Coordination has taken place with the Agency for the Establishment of Public Security and Order (Babinkamtibmas) and the traditional villages. 'Pacalang' (civilian defense volunteers) will help keep the peace in their respective local communities. Their combined synergies will be coordinated.”

Bali Police are also intensifying security at all entry points to Bali with extra personnel assigned to these locales. People entering Bali via seaports and airports can expect closer scrutiny in the period leading up to the elections to be held on Wednesday, December 9, 2015.

Fueling Expectations
Governor Pastika Open New Power Plant in Denpasar and Asks for Rp. 100 million Daily “Donation” from PT Indonesia Power

At a ceremony to inaugurate a new 200 Megawatt Diesel and Gas-Powered Electrical Generation Plant (PLTDG), operated by PT Indonesia Power, in the Pesanggaran area of Denpasar, Bali, Governor Made Mangku Pastika made a bold request for a daily contribution of Rp. 100 million (US$7,100) from the power plant’s management.

As reported by, Governor Pastika defended his request for the sizeable daily allocation from the plant’s revenues as insignificant to the estimated Rp. 4 billion (US$285,000) in daily savings in energy cost resulting from the new plant’s operations

Given the large savings claimed by the plant’s operators, Pastika said his request for a share in the windfall savings amounted to only 2.5% of the saving's total.

Pastika’s comments were made in a speech at the opening ceremony of the power plant held on Friday, August 28, 2015.

Pastika asked that his request to PT Indonesia Power receive serious consideration so the funds can be used to fund the Bali Mandara Program to eradicate poverty in Bali.

Defending his unusual request, Pastika said: “If we get Rp. 100 million of the total Rp. Billion savings each day many poor people in Bali will be saved. I am only asking this small amount and I hope my request can be considered, as I do not believe the amount I seek is excessive. This is just 2,5% (of the savings) to be used for education and health projects, Remember, I am asking only for Rp. 100 million for Bali.”

Pastika used the occasion to also express his gratitude that the power plant had shifted from the use of traditional fossil fuels to less—polluting natural gas.

Earlier, the Finance Director of PT Indonesia Power, Sripeni Inten Cahyani, told the press that the new PLTDG plant will generate 200 megawatts of power and cause savings of 547 kiloliters of fuel each day worth an estimated Rp. 4 billion.

Head of the Class
Bali Hai Cruises and West Australian Rotary Club Assists Grade School on Nusa Lembongan

Through the generosity of the Rotary Club of Kalamunda, Western Australia and Bali Hai Cruises in Indonesia the children attending the Sekolah Dasar Negeri 2 (Grade School #2) on Nusa Lembomgan.

Carried to Nusa Lembongan on board Bali Hai II in June, the donation of some 112 chairs, 55 tables and 7 bookshelves are now in daily use at the simple schoolhouse.

The headmaster of the school, I Nyoman Sukadana, expressed his sincere thanks for the donation of furniture that has fundamentally improved the quality of education in his modest school.

Rooms? Do We Have Rooms!
Collier International Provides an Overview of New Hotel Openings in Bali reports that Bali continues to serve as a powerful magnet for both domestic and international tourists.

Colliers International Indonesia is projecting that by 2018 a total of 31 new hotels will open for business in Bali bringing the total starred-hotel rooms total to 42,154.

The 32 new hotels coming on line are comprised of 16 five-star, 12 four-star and 3 three star properties. These totals do not include 3 budget or economy hotels managed by the Tauzia Hotel Group.

Broken down further, of the 16 five-star hotels 7 are rated by Collier as luxury properties represented by the Mandapa Ritz-Carlton-Reserve (60 rooms), Mandarin Oriental (121 rooms), Fairmont Hotels and Resorts (170 rooms), Six Senses Bali (96 Rooms), Rosewood Tanah Lot (120 rooms), Waldorf Astoria (96 rooms) and The Langham Place (173 rooms).

These seven luxury hotels will open in Bali between 2015 and 2017.

Meanwhile, the four-star hotel segment saw several new properties open their doors for business in the first-half of 2015 that include: Alaysa Hotels and Resorts in Kuta (116 rooms), Swiss-BelHotel Group opening two hotels in Petitienget and Tuban (both with 116 rooms), Holiday Inn Group in Benoa (171 rooms), and Bali Paragon in Jimbaran (377 rooms).

According to Collier International the total number of four-star hotel rooms in Bali now stands at 11,200.

Through the end of 2015 there will be an additional 356 economy hotel rooms on the Bali market boosting the total of economy hotel rooms to 1,765 Among the brands dominating this market segment are POP! (Tauzia), Zest (Swiss BelHotel) and Fave (Archipelago International).

Collier notes that the new rooms coming onto the hotel has impacted this year's business with average occupancy declining from 68.2% to 57.4% and average daily rate also declining from US$134,43 to US$128.38.

Best Things in Life are Sometimes Free
One Night Performance of Bharatanatyam Indian Classical Dance by Manjula Amaresh in Peliatan, Bali on Thursday, September 10, 2015

A rare evening of classical Indian dancing presented by Manjula Amaresh - a legendary Bharatanatyam Artiste will take place on Thursday, September 10, 2015 in Peliatan, on the outskirts of Ubud, Bali.

Admission is free-of-charge.

Bharatanatyam is a form of Indian classical dance that originated in the temples of Tamil Nadu. It is described in the ancient treatise Natyam Shasta by Bharata and is known for its grace, purity, tenderness, expression and sculptural poses.

Manjula Amaresh is a senior disciple of Padmabhushan, The Dhananjayans & Padmabhushan Smt. Kalanidhi Narayanan. She has been practicing and performing her art form for more than 25 years and is the founder and director of “BHARATHAANUNADA” – a school for Bharathanaatyam in Bangalore where she teaches this art form to young aspiring dancers.

The Thursday, September 10, 2015 performance is Manjula’s Amaresh’s first appearance in Bali.

Lord Shiva is considered the God of this dance form. Today, it is one of the most popular and widely performed dance styles, practiced by male and female dancers all over the world.

Manjula Amaresh
An Evening of Bharatanatyam – Classical Indian Dance
Manjula’s Amaresh
Thursday, September 10, 2015
7:00 pm
Balerung Stage
Jalan Peliatan – Banjar Teruna
Peliatan, Bali

Admission: Free of Charge

The Golden Fleece
Investigation Underway in Bali of Alleged Extortion Involving Chief of the Kuta Police Precinct

The Jakarta Globe and reports that the chief of the Kuta Police Precinct is under investigation by a special investigative team from National Police Headquarters in connection with the alleged extortion of a group of Australian tourists.

Police Commission Ida Bagus Deddy Januartha has been accused by an unnamed Australian of being part of a group of policemen, who extorted $25,000 from a group of Australian attending a bachelor’s party that included the performance of a strip tease artiste in February 2015.

Australian press reports say that the stripper and the 16 Australian men attending the party in a private room at an upscale restaurant were physically abused and taken into custody by police who threatened the men with 10 years in prison if they refused to pay them a $25,000 bribe.

In the course of the arrest, the Australians claim bottles were broken against their head, they were pistol-whipped and also tasered by police who seized the groups' hand phones to prevent them from seeking outside assistance.

A total of ten policemen have been interrogated in the case.

While police impunity and official refusal to have allegations of police misconduct investigated or precessed through the courts are legendary in Indonesia, police assure that the investigation will be thorough and if proof can be found of the alleged extortion the police involved will be prosecuted.

A Bitter Cup?
French Tourist Claimed He Was Poisoned Shortly Before Dying in Kuta Hotel Room

A French national, Cristian Marcel Cateloy (48), was found dead in Room #9 of the Pala Sari Inn in Kuta at 7:30 pm on Wednesday, August 26, 2015.

NusaBali says the man managed to telephone a friend, Ni Wayan Ekawati (31), one-hour before his death claiming he had been poisoned.

When Ekawati arrived at the hotel she discovered the Frenchman sweating heavily and laying on the floor of his room. Efforts were made to bring Cateloyto a nearby hospital, but he died before expert medical treatment could be provided.

Police say the Frenchman hailed from Vence, France.

The man’s body was removed to Sanglah General Hospital in Denpasar pending permission from the consulate and the man’s family to perform an autopsy to confirm the cause of death.

Recognizing Tourism Achievement in Bali
38 Winners of Bali Tourism Awards 2015 Announced

At a gala awards ceremony held at the Bali International Convention Center on Wednesday, August 26, 2015, the 38 winners of the inaugural Bali Tourism Awards were recognized before industry colleagues and the press.

The selection process for the winners was a year-long process involving self-nomination, vetting by a select committee and 25% weighted by on-line voting.

The Bali Tourism Award Winners for 2015/2016 are:

1. Bali Leading 5 Star Hotel: AYANA Resort and Spa Bali
2. Bali Leading 4 Star Hotel: Centra Taum Seminyak Bali
3. Bali Leading 3 Star Hotel: The Atanaya Hotel
4. Bali Leading Airport Hotel: H Sovereign Bali
5. Bali Leading Boutique Hotel: The Magani Hotel & Spa
6. Bali Leading Business Hotel: Berry Biz Hotel
7. Bali Leading Lifestyle Hotel: The 101 Bali Legian
8. Bali Leading Design Hotel: The Royal Santrian, Luxury Beach Villas
9. Bali Leading Resort in Kuta: Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel Bali
10. Bali Leading Resort in Nusa Dua: The Westin Resort Nusa Dua Bali
11. Bali Leading Resort in Bud: The Royal Pita Maha
12. Bali Leading Resort in Benoa: Rama Resort Benoa Bali
13. Bali Leading Resort in Seminyak: Anantara Seminyak Resort & Spa
14. Bali Leading Resort in Uluwatu: Anantara Bali Uluwatu Resort and Spa
15. Bali Leading Resort in Jimbaran: RIMBA Jimbaran Resort and Spa Bali
16. Bali Leading MICE Venue: The Westin Resort Nusa Dua Bali
17. Bali Leading Chain Hotel: Premier Hospitality Inn
18. Bali Leading Regional Hotel Chain: Top Hotels and Resorts
19. Bali Leading Beach Resort: Discovery Kartika Plaza Resort
20. Bali Leading Family Resort: Intercontinental Bali Resort
21. Bali Leading Golf Resort: Le Grande Bali Uluwatu
22. Bali Leading Thematic Resort: Mara River Safari Lodge
23. Bali Leading Luxury Resort: The Ubud Village Resort and Spa
24. Bali Leading Spa Resort: The Villas Bali Resort and Spa
25. Bali Leading Boutique Resort: Bali Niksoma Boutique Beach Resort
26. Bali Leading Green Resort: Hotel Villa Lumbung
27. Bali Leading New Resort: Alaya Resort Kuta
28. Bali Resort of the Year: Viceroy Bali
29. Bali Leading Romantic Villa: The Bale
30. Bali Leading Luxury Villa: Maca Villas and Spa, Bali
31. Bali Leading New Villa: Villa Kayu Raja
32. Bali Villa of the Year: FuramaXclusive Villas & Spa Ubud
33. Bali Leading Tourism Show: Bali Agung Show
34. Bali Leading Cruise Operator: Scoot Fast Cruise
35. Bali Leading Theme Park: Bali Safari & Marine Park
36. Bali Leading Independent Spa: Prana Spa Seminyak
37. Bali Leading Thematic Restaurant: Bale Udang Mang Engking Restaurant
38. Bali Airline of the Year: Garuda Indonesia

In the Event of a Tsunami
Tsunami Evacuation Plan Established for Nusa Lembongan

Within the framework of disaster planning and emergency preparedness, the Provincial Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD) has prepared an evacuation plan for Nusa Lembongan Island for use in the event of a tsunami.

As reported by NusaBali, the presentation of the evacuation map for Nusa Lembongan was presented by the chief of BPBD-Bali, Dewa Made Indra, to the Regent of Klungkung, I Nyoman Suwirta, on Wednesday, August 26, 2015.

The evacuation plans provide evacuation routes to high ground in the event a tsunami warning is issued for Nusa Lembongan.

Indra told the Regent of Klungkiung and the press in attendance that all shoreline areas in Bali must be considered as prone to the destructive impact of tsunami’s caused by volcanic eruptions or earthquakes.

According to Indra, because Nusa Lembongan is in the closest proximity to the center of earthquake activity in the Indian Ocean, the BPBD gave the area top priority in devising evacuation plans.

The DPBD-Bali is now working to create evacuation plans for all coastal areas of Bali.

Illegal Excavation on Ungasan Peninsula
Police Check Reveals PT Bali Raga Wisata Project Undertaking Illegal Excavation of Ungasan Cliff Face

The Criminal Division of the Bali Police have summoned those in charge of the PT Bali Raga Wisata Project on Pandawa Beach on the Ungasan Peninsula to demand an explanation regarding excavation of the limestone cliff face.

According to NusaBali, when police visited the project site of PT Bali Raga Wisata Project they discovered that the excavation of the cliff face was being undertaken in an illegal manner without the required permits and licenses.

Local citizens have complained to the police, press and provincial House of Representatives (DPRD-Bali) about the illegal defacement of the cliff face by PT Bali Raga Wisata. Local residents fear that powerful backing behind the project has allowed the removal of limestone cliffs down to the shoreline in what some have seen as a effort to acquire State-owned land for use by the project.

Meanwhile, a spokesman for PT Bali Raga Wisata told the press that any excavation being carried out was only to assist the local traditional village in the normalization of property boundaries and denied any effort was underway to enlarge the project area of the luxury hotel project being built by the company.

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Vials of Salvation Now Available
Bali Health Department: Bali Has Enough VAR Vaccine for Three Months to Come

The supply of anti-rabies vaccine (VAR) for administration to those suffering animal bites now stands at an estimated 16,000 vials – an amount considered adequate to provide the needed treatment for two-three months into the future.

The head of the Bali Health Service, Dr. Ketut Suarjaya, said on Wednesday, August 26, 2015: “Based on the amount of vaccine now on hand, I am convinced we have sufficient for the coming three months, bearing in mind that the incidents of dog bites is on the decline.”

Dr. Suarjaya urged hospitals across Bali to contact his office whenever their stock of VAR gets low.

Drug stores in Bali are also now allowed to sell VAR, providing an alternative supply should, for any reason, the stock of VAR at public hospitals and health centers prove insufficient.

Happily Never After
Chinese Mainland Bride Drowns on South Bali Beach During Pre-Wedding Photo Session

A session of pre-wedding photography on Tegalwangi Beach, Jimbaran, South Kuta ended tragically when the bride-to-be was dragged out to sea by a wave where she drowned before a horrified group of friends and her photography crew.

The couple from China, Lun Lin (38) and Li Dan (26), was posing for photos dressed in their wedding outfits at about 2:30 pm on Monday, August 24, 2015 when they were dragged out to sea while standing on coral rock formations posing on the shoreline.

The woman fell into the ocean where she sustained serious head injuries as she was tossed about in waves among the rocky shoal. The groom, however, only suffered minor cuts and abrasions and managed to climb back to safety.

Water police were summoned to the scene and managed to locate Li Dan’s body a short time later that was immediately sent to Sanglah General Hospital for forensic examinatin.

The woman’s body was cremated at the Kerta Samadhi Crematorium on Friday, August 28, 2015 with both the bride and grooms families in attendance.

Bali on the Run
Kenyans Continue to Dominate Winners Platform at BII-Maybank Bali Marathon

The fourth running of the BII-Maybank Bali Marathon (BMBN-2015) saw a record number of over 5,000 participants from 37 countries race the scenic roads of Gianyar surrounding the Bali Safari & Marine Park on Sunday, August 30, 2015,

In all, 1,214 runners traveled the 42-kilometer full marathon track, 2,051 ran the 21-kilomter half-marathon, 1,757 opted for the 10 kilometer run and 40 special athletes joined the special wheelchair run.

As in years past, Kenyan runner dominated the top winning spots at BMBM-2015, Mbongo Elijah Mwaniki crossed the finish lines after running 42.195 kilometers in a time of 2 hours 17 minutes and 16 seconds. Mbongo’s victory relegated to second-place last year's winner Kennedy Kiporo Lilan who crossed the finish line just three seconds behind Mbongo. The third best time was turned in by another Kenyan, Paul Eyanae who ran some 15 minutes off the top time.

The complete list of top winners BMBM 2015:

Full Marathon Open Category- MEN

1st Place
Country: Kenya
Mbogo Elijah Mwaniki
Time: 02:17:16
Prize: Rp. 190.000.000

2nd Place
Country: Kenya
Kennedy Kiproo Lilan
Time: 02:17:19
Prize: Rp. 140.000.000

3rd Place
Country: Kenya
Paul Eyanae
Time: 02:32:58
Prize: IDR 90.000.000

Full Marathon Open Category - WOMEN

1st Place
Country: Kenya
Elizabeth Chepkanan Rumokol
Time: 02:38:58
Prize: Rp. 190.000.000

2nd Place
Country: Kenya
Elizabeth Jeruiyot Chemweno
Time: 02:46:17
Prize Rp. 40.000.000

3rd Place
Country: Kenya
Viola Jepchirchir Kimeli
Time: 03:01:19
Prize: Rp. 90.000.0000

Full Marathon Indonesian Category – MEN

1st Place
Country: Indonesia
Hamdan Safril Sayuti
Time: 02:35:32
Prize Rp. 100.0000.000

2nd Place
Country: Indonesia
Asmara Mara Bara
Time: 02:36:01
Prize: Rp. 60.000.000

3rd Place
Country: Indonesia
Eldak Kafolamau
Time: 02:37:15
Prize Rp 35.000.000

4th Place
Country: Indonesia
Andrisa Kurniawan
Time: 02:38:46
Prize Rp. 25.000.000

5th Place
Country: Indonesia
Ari Swandana
Time: 02:39:21
Prize Rp. 20.000.000

Full Marathon Indonesian Category - WOMEN

1st Place
Country: Indonesia
Oliva Sadi
Time: 03:09:46
Prize Rp 100.000.000

2nd Place
Country: Indonesia
Supriati Sutono
Time: 03:13:59
Prize: Rp. 60.000.000

3rd Place
Country: Indonesia
Erni Wulatningsih
Time: 03:18:53
Prize: Rp. 35.000.000

4th Place
Country: Indonesia
Juni Ramayani
Time: 03:20:57
Prize Rp 25.000.000

5th Place
Country: Indonesia
Raquel Pireira
Time: 03:26:41
Prize: Rp. 20.000.000

Half Marathon (21 K) Open Category - MEN

1st place
Country: Kenya
Felix Kipkorir Kangogo
Time: 01:07:10
Prize: Rp 80.000.000

2nd Place
Country: Kenya
Stanley Kipkoech Kirui
Time: 01:07:12
Prize Rp. 40.000.000

3rd Place
Country: Kenya
Kibet David
Time: 01:09:32
Prize Rp 25.000.000

Half Marathon (21 K) Open Category - WOMEN

1st place
Country: Kenya
Peninah Jepkoech Kigen
Time: 01:17:23
Prize Rp.80.000.000

2nd Place
Country: Kenya
Rutto Beatrice Jepkorir
Time: 01:17:28
Prize Rp. 40.000.000

3rd Place
Country: Kenya
Tarus Gladys Jepkechei
Time: 01:17:29
Prize Rp. 25.000.000

Half Marathon (21 K) National Category - MEN

1st Place
Country: Indonesia
Jauhari Johan
Time: 01:13:53
Prize Rp 20.000.000

2nd Place
Country: Indonesia
Saiin Alim
Time: 01:14:21
Prize Rp. 17.000.000

3rd Place
Country: Indonesia
Octavianus Quassalmy
Time: 01:22:46
Prize Rp. 12.000.000

4th Place
Country: Indonesia
Name: Tan Roland Rustan
Time: 01:32:52
Prize Rp. 10.000.000

5th Place
Country: Indonesia
Uci Sanuci
Time: 01:37:18
Prize Rp. 6.000.000

Half Marathon (21 K) National Category - WOMEN

1st Place
Country: Indonesia
Odekta Vina
Time: 01:26:37
Prize Rp.20.000.000

2nd Place
Country: Indonesia
Novita Andriyani
Time: 01:30:17
Prize Rp.17.000.000

3rd Place
Country: Indonesia
Yanita Sari
Time: 01:36:50
Prize Rp 12.000.000

4th Place
Country: Indonesia
Laura Bee
Time: 01:56:03
Prize Rp. 10.000.000

5th Place
Country: Indonesia
Melanie Putria
Time: 01:58:53
Prize Rp. 6.000.000

10 K Open Category - MEN

1st Place
Country: Kenya
Nelson Kiptoo
Time: 00:34:20
Prize Rp.25.000.000

2nd Place
Country: Kenya
Sigei Barnaba
Time: 00:35:42
Prize Rp. 15.000.000

3rd Place
Country: British (India)
Michael Capper
Time: 00:36:07
Prize Rp 10.000.000

10 K Open Category - WOMAN

1st Place
Country: Kenya
Karimi Esther Wambui
Time: 00:37:19
Prize Rp. 25.000.000

2nd Place
Country: Indonesia
Time: 00:39:21
Prize Rp.15.000.000

3rd Prize
Country: Malaysia
Looi Mei Yan
Time: 00:48:57
Prize Rp. 10.000.000

10 K Indonesian Category - MAN

1st Place
Country: Indonesia
Fery Junaedi
Time: 00:36:22
Prize Rp.10.000.000

2nd Place
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Maximizing Hotel Market Share
The Trans Resort Bali Partners With Hotel Link Solutions To Optimize Online Marketing and Sales Strategy

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Five-star The Trans Resort Bali - one of Seminyak’s newest and most luxurious resorts, has partnered with Hotel Link Solutions to develop a highly effective online marketing strategy to optimize direct sales.
With its magnificent and spacious guest rooms, suites and villas, a refreshing swimming pool, in which a waterfall cascades onto a white-sand beach imported from Australia, The Trans Resort Bali offers the finest accommodation to its guests. In assisting guests with all their needs, the resort staff gives great credit to the renowned Indonesian hospitality and service reputation and creates an unequalled experience for anyone travelling for leisure or business purposes.

In order to develop an effective digital strategy and online presence, The Trans Resort Bali has turned to Hotel Link Solutions, who provides professional online profiles to hotels. “In the hotel and resort industry in Bali, competition is stronger than ever. We need to think ahead and stay up to date with the market trends. We were looking for a partner who could offer a customized solution to our needs, in terms of online marketing as well as managing our different sales channels and increasing direct sales”, says Alexander Jovanovic, General Manger at The Trans Resort Bali. “Hotel Link Solutions has helped us developed an extremely adequate range of technology, best fitting to our needs. We’re now confident about our online presence.”

Hotel Link Solutions has deployed four different solutions for the resort. “After running a detailed HealthCheck that assesses the hotel’s web presence against a proven range of objective criteria delineating best digital marketing practice, we mapped what was necessary to optimize The Trans Resort Bali’s presence,” says Chandra Himawan, CEO of Hotel Link Solutions Indonesia. “We then developed a Website, a Booking Engine and a Booking Widget integrated to the website, as well as a Channel Manager.”

The Booking Engine and associated Widget allow guests to search for room availability instantly and complete a direct booking with the resort, with payment flexibility and security provided by Bank Mega. The Trans Resort Bali keeps full control over the updates to room rates, availability and specials. With the Channel Manager, the resort saves a considerable amount of time in managing rooms that are offered via a growing range of Online Travel Agent channels (OTAs).

“From now on, all these channels can pull allotment from the database of rooms that are available, and rooms will be booked on a first-come, first-serve basis. No more risks of overbooking, or seeing one OTA channel sitting on an unbooked allotment of rooms Our system helps the resort improve room occupancy and reduce the chances of overbooking,’ explained Chandra Himawan.

The Trans Resort Bali has achieved an occupancy rate of 60% since its opening. “The upcoming season is looking good for us. We now offer the best possible online booking experience for our guests and are also focused on offering them the best Balinese experience through their stay at our resort,”says Alexander Jovanovic.

About Hotel Link Solutions

Hotel Link Solutions is an international  provider of ecommerce solutions for small and medium sized accommodations. The company has been set up to partner with accommodations providers on their digital marketing journey and to empower them to take control of their future. Hotel Link Solutions help hotels in many ways: with a new website, a mobile friendly website, a booking engine to manage online bookings, with more distribution through OTAs like Agoda and and even Facebook. In just over 2 years Hotel Link Solutions works with over 1200 hotels and is the number 1 provider in Vietnam, Philippines and Cambodia.

About The Trans Resort Bali

Conveniently located within the heart of Bali’s exclusive shopping, dining and entertainment Mecca of Seminyak, The Trans Resort Bali is within walking distance to some of the Island’s trendiest venues. Nestled between a dramatic beach pool and tropical gardens, the Resort features 194 exceptionally appointed guest rooms and suites and 16 palatial villas with private pools.

With a combination of luxurious accommodation, state-of-the-art meeting facilities, luxurious accommodation, and a selection of dining venues The Trans Resort Bali has become the preferred address for sophisticated travelers seeking an exclusive experience in a tranquil resort setting,
Over the space of a few short months the Resort is developing a very committed customer base, moving up to #6 among the 116 hotels ranked by Trip Advisor in the Seminyak area of Bali.

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Honors Times Three
Bali Safari & Marine Parks Wins Triple Honors at Bali Tourism Awards Product Update

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Bali Safari & Marine Park has once again proven its leadership position among quality tourism products on the Island of Bali by winning three separate awards at the gala presentation of the Bali Tourism Awards held at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Centre. The three awards presented to the Bali Safari & Marine Park were for Best Leading Theme Park, Best Leading Theme Park Resort for the Mara River Lodge and Best Leading Tourism Show for the Bali Agung Show.

The festive award ceremony was attended by many leading Bali tourism and hospitality figures, together with a contingent from the Bali Safari & Marine Park that included general manager William Santoso, show & entertainment manager Wellah Hatta and rooms division manager – Mara River Lodge - Sumitra Jaya who were all called to the stage as their winning award category was announced. Also called to the stage were the leading roles from the Bali Agung Show – King Jayapangus, Princess Kan Cing Wei and the Goddess of the Lake, who came forward both in character and full theatrical costume to accept the award on behalf of more 250 cast members, musicians and crew.

The Bali Tourism Awards are an initiative of the Indonesian Travel and Tourism Award – an awards program operated over the past five years to acknowledge achievement and excellence in Indonesia’s national tourism and hospitality industry.

The inaugural launch in 2015 of the Bali Tourism Awards demonstrates the Island’s tourism industry has truly come into its own due to its world-class range of supporting facilities. For this reason, Bali has also become a model for other tourism destinations across Indonesia.

The names of more than 150 companies involved in tourism and travel in Bali were placed in nomination for the 2015 Bali Tourism Awards. Some 35,320 votes were cast on-line from interested parties around the world who were asked to evaluate both product quality and service standards. The selection process was weighted 25% based on on-line votes, 50% based on appraisals by an Independent Board of Advisors drawn from industry experts, and 25% on input from a Bali Tourism Award research partner.
Commenting after leaving the Bali Tourism Awards with three separate awards in hand, William Santoso, general manager of the Bali Safari & Marine Park said: “This latest recognition underlines the consistent and unwavering commitment of the Park’s professional staff over the course of the past eight years to always place quality and service first. The Bali Tourism Awards are the fruit of excellent coordination and hard work by all the team members at the Bali Safari & Marine Park. Untiring dedication to seeking innovated ways to improve the quality of our services and always be positioned at the forefront our industry is what makes the difference at the Park. This undying team efforts has brought us success and will continue to do so in the years to come.”

Empowering Small and Medium Sized Hotel
Free Seminar on Maximizing On-Line Bookings for Hotels and Small Inns in Labuan Bajo, West Flores on Tuesday, September 2015

On Tuesday, September 8, 2015, a team of professional digital marketers from Hotel Link Solutions – Indonesia will be traveling from Bali to the West Maggarai region of Flores, in Eastern Indonesia, to meet with hotel, inns, home stays and villas accommodation providers in order to present efficient and very affordable ways to promote a destination and create a steady flow of on line accommodation bookings.

West Manggarai and its capital of Labuan Bajo, located on the western tip of Flores Island, is the gateway to the world-famous Komodo National Park and the rich range of soft-adventure travel options found both in the Komodo Park and surrounding western Flores.

Part of the worldwide Hotel Link Solutions Network that provides state of the art websites and modern booking engines that facilitate both direct and on-line travel agent (OTA) bookingsHotel Link Solutions Indonesia has empowered more than 100 Indonesian accommodation providers with a proven and very affordable means for medium and small hotels and inns to substantially increase their on-line business.

The half-day seminar in Labuan Bajo, presented without charge or obligation, will take place at the L Bajo Hotel on Jalan Kasimo 99 in Labuan Bajo from 9:00 am until 11:00 am on Tuesday, September 8, 2015.

Presented by Chandra Himawan, CEO, and Rikardus Guru, Partner Service Manager, of Hotel Link Solutions Indonesia, participants will learn how small accommodation providers can compete effectively on line; obtain bookings and publicity through cooperation with OTAs; and how even the smallest Inn or Hotel can provide instant bookings, confirmation and payment functionality 24/7. Participants who reserve in advance will also receive a detailed “Health Check” of their current website that can provide valuable insights on how to increase hotel bookings within a relatively short period of time.

Accommodation providers in Labuan Bajo and surrounding areas wishing to attend the Hotel Link Solution Seminar should [email] .

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