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BALI UPDATE #971 - 13 April 2015


Singapore's Proactive Support of Tourism
Regional News: Singapore Investing Heavily to Boost Arrivals reports that Singapore has launched a global campaign to counteract dwindling tourist arrivals in the Island Republic.

In order to bolster the tourism sector, Singapore will spend US$14.8 million starting in May 2015.

Coinciding with the celebration of Singapore's 50th anniversary, the funds will be expended between May and December 2015 promoting special flight and hotel offers, and entertainment program to entice travelers to Singapore.

The promotional program will be focused on key markets that include Indonesia, China, India, the Philippines, Japan, South Korea and Vietnam.
Shops in Singapore under the “Singapore Big Sales” banner will cooperate with at least 20 hotels that will promote buy-two-get three-night offers.
During the first two months of the year, foreign visitors to Singapore declined about 5% when compared to last year. In 2014 a total of 15.1 million visitors came to Singapore, declining 3.15 from totals for 2013.

Save the Mangrove
Students Plant Trees and Educate Neighbors on the Threat Posed to Bali’s Precious Mangrove Forests

Residential development, hotel and other industries have infringed on protected mangrove forest in the South Kuta area of Badung regency.

As reported by, among the violators that have been identified is the Crystal on the Bay Hotel located in Mumbul, Nusa Dua. There are also a number of private residences and business standing illegally on areas once designate as protected mangrove. This is seen from the location of building that are supposed to be set back 150 meters from the mangrove that are, in reality, much closer.

200 students from the Udayana University group “One Student One Tree for Bali,” together with junior high students and members of the Indonesian military planted trees in mangrove near the Tukad (River) Mati on Sunday, April 5, 2015.

The coordinator of One Student One Tree in Bali, Ni Made Indra Ramawati, said, “We want to do something to save the mangrove forest by planting trees in the mangrove.” She continued, explaining that through such activities activist can share their experiences and foster greater concern for the environment.

Wayan Sukra, a fisherman from the area, who is also known as Dolphin, said that the local area has become a place where refuse from Denpasar is discarded. This has resulted form the use of rivers in Bali being used as rubbish receptacles that carry trash to Benoa Bay and its surrounding mangroves.

Continuing and speaking on behalf of his neighbors, Dolphin said,  “We appreciate very effort to conserve this area such as planting trees in the mangrove. In the future, we want to restore the Takad Mati River as a tourism destination in Kuta.”

The mangrove forest area in the area bordering Kedonganan and Jimbaran is under severe threat due to activities by local residents and the tourism industry. A professor from Bali’s Udayana University, IGA Sri Wigunawati, who joined the tree planting said: “The mangrove in this area has been eroded and land-filled in order to make way for new residential development. Sadly, the relevant (government) institutions are slow to take action.”

She said if the current situation is allowed to continue she is worried that the size of the mangrove forest will continue to shrink, threatening the surrounding eco-system.

Wigunawati said that through public education she hope local residents would understand first hand the value of the mangrove and be able to make their own conclusions in the pro and con “jargon” being employed in discussing the revitalization of Benoa Bay.

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Bali X Files
The Strange History of Room #327 at the Inna Grand Bali Beach Hotel

Room #327 at the Inna Grand Bali Beach Hotel would qualify for a starring role if an Indonesian version of the “X Files” were ever filmed.

What sets room #327 apart among the 455 rooms found at Bali’s oldest international hotel is its history and the mysterious legacy it bears until the modern day. When the hotel first opened in 1966, Room #327 located on the third floor was reserved for Indonesia’s first President Soekarno who traced his lineage to Bali and had a special life-long affection for the Island.

The special status already accorded Room #327 only increased when in 1993 the hotel was totally engulfed in flames that were visible for miles. When the fire was extinguished the entire third floor, like the rest of the hotel, had been destroyed by the intense flames with the exception of room #327 that remained virtually unscathed.

The room is never sold or occupied by hotel guests, but is cleaned and lovingly cared for each day by hotel staff. Offerings and food are placed in the room for the “presence” that resides there, believed to be an emissary of the first president who, although he never occupied room #327, did stay at the Grand Bali Beach on several occasions.

The “sacred” room still receives a steady stream of visitors who come to pray and meditate. The empty quarters are furnished with clothing needed for prayer, shoes, sarong, and a shirt, reading glasses – items that could have been the property of President Sukarno. In the room’s closet is hanging a white jacket, not unlike the one worn by Bung Karno.
As reported by, each June 6th on the birthday of the First President a special menu of “nasi tumpeng” and snacks are laid out in the room.
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No, Minister!
Bali-born Jero Wacik Suspected of Corruption During Two Ministerial Assignments

The State News Agency Antara reports that the Anti-Corruption Agency (KPK) has summoned former Minister of Culture and Tourism Jero Wacik as a suspect in case concerning the abuse of authority causing losses to the State that occurred while he served from 2008-2011.
Speaking on Monday, April 6, 2015, a spokesman for KPK, Priharsa Nugraha, confirmed that a suspect with the initials JW would be interviewed on suspicion of criminal corruption while serving and the Minister of Culture and Tourism.
Meanwhile, Jero Wacik is refusing to answer the summon of the KPK who have indicated that the former Minister arrested and brought in for questioning, if necessary.
The KPK officially named Jero Wacik as a criminal suspect on February 6, 2015 for the abuse of power that causes the Country losses punishable under the law with a maximum 20 years in prison and a fine of Rp. 1 billion (US$76,900).
Earlier and in a separate case, the KPK also charged Jero Wacik with coercion during his term of office as the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources from 2011 – 2013. In this case, Wacik is accused of securing cuts from his Ministry’s procurement budgets, requesting kickbacks on specific programs from his Ministerial colleagues and billing the State for fictive meetings and conferences.

If found guilty of corruption while serving as Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources, the maximum penalty under the law is 20 years in prison and a fine of Rp. 1 billion.
Jero Wacik is originally from Bangli Regency in Bali.

Melia International Bullish on Bali
Melia International Hotels Adding 3 Hotels in Bali reports that Melia International Hotels plans to add three new hotels in Bali following the formalization of agreements for Sol House Jimbaran, Sol House Kuta and the Melia Ubud bringing to six the number of Melia Hotels operating in Bali
The new portfolio calls for the Sol House Kuta to open in 2016, Melia Ubud in 2017, and the Sol House Jimbaran in 2019.
The vice-president of Melia Hotels International for the Asia-Pacific Region, Benardo Cabot Estarellas confirmed the expansion plans in a formal press statement issued on Wednesday, April 8, 2015. 

Bernardo said the growing number of tourists from year to year prompted the aggressive development stance of Melia. Despite the assumption in some corners that Bali is oversupplied with hotel rooms, this fact was not an impediment to Melia’s expansion plans.
“I am convinced that Bali will retain its status as one of the Asia-Pacific’s leading destinations. This is because of the good connections with major cities in Asia and the developing infrastructure on the Island,” said Bernardo.

With the opening of the three properties, Melia will operate six hotels in Bali in six strategic areas of the Island.

Melia opened its first hotel in Bali 30 years ago with the establishment of the Melia Bali, one of the very first international hotels opened aboard by the Spanish-based Sol Group.

The new hotels in Bali are part of 30 hotels operated by Melia in the Asia Pacific – 14 of which are in Indonesia.

Upgrading Immigration Service in Bali
Justice and Human Rights Minister Wants Better Infrastructure and More Staff for Denpasar Airport Immigration Office

The State News Agency Antara reports that the Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Yasonna Laoly, has requested an increase in both the infrastructure and service provided by Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport Immigration office to improve the handling of Indonesians and foreigners passing through the Island’s airport.

Speaking from his office on Friday, April 10, 2015, Laoly said that observations in the field indicate that a better Internet connection at the airport was needed to speed the processing of passports via a central data banks located in Jakarta.

“The bandwidth is still small necessitating a person to stand in line for 30 minutes,” said Laoly. Internal discussions are planned at the Ministry on means to improve the quality and speed of Internet connections.
The Minister also called for an enlargement of waiting lounges and better air conditioning for those applying for a passport at the Airport Immigration Office.

Responding to the Ministers requests, the head of the Denpasar Immigration Office Bambang Wisnu said that the requests of Minister Laoly would be acted upon.

Bali Deports Cyber Criminals
Bali Deports 39 Taiwanese and Chinese Involved in Cyber Crimes

The Minister of Justice and Human Rights Yasonna Laoly announced that 39 Chinese and Taiwanese nationals apprehended by Bali Police for running an illegal Internet operation from Bali will be deported in phases via Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, the Minister revealed that the deportations would be performed in cooperation with Chinese Police officials.

The Minister also revealed that the arrests in Bali were made possible with information provided by the Chinese Police in a joint operation to curb cyber-crime. The Chinese police authorities sent officials in Bali the names and identity of people suspected of cyber-crime that helped their counterparts in Bali track down the 39 people they placed under arrest.
The 39 were deported in three waves beginning on Saturday, April 11 and ending on Sunday.
The 35 Taiwanese and 4 Chinese nationals were caught committing fraud on the Internet working from a villa base in Bali.

State of Bali’s Economy
Bali’s Economy Inches Ahead in 2014 Despite Increase in the Number Classified as ‘Poor’.

Bali’s Governor Made Mangku Pastika declared that Bali’s economy improved in 2014 despite having to confront both internal and external challenges.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, Pastika revealed in testimony before the provincial House of Representatives (DPRD-Bali) that Bali’s economy grew 6.19% (in 2014). This condition demonstrated positive developments with a nominal increase in the gross regional domestic product by 12.37% from Rp. 94,56 trillion in 2013 to Rp. 106.25 trillion in 2014.

The Governor also reported that the per capita Gross Domestic Product reached Rp. 25.88 million in 2014, increasing 11.04% over 2013.
Pastika also said that the rate of inflation in 2014 stood at 8.43%, increasing significantly from 7.35% in 2013. The main driving force behind the higher rate of inflation was the higher cost of fuel in 2014.

Bali now has 2.2 million workers with an estimated 44,000 unemployed.
Bali has 195,000 people officially classified as “poor” a number equivalent to 4.76 % of its entire population. This is an increase from September 2013 when 4.49% of Bali’s populations were considered “poor.”

Nationally, Indonesia counts 10.96% of its people as “poor.”

The Boss at Alila Seminyak
Pierre Lang Named to Open Alila Seminyak

Pierre Lang, a German national, has been appointed general manager of the Alila Seminyak.

Lang brings to Bali over 15 years in the hospitality industry with previous assignments working with Armani Hotels and Resorts, Grand Hyatt in Dubai and Berlin, and the Park Hyatt in the Maldives.

The Alila Seminyak will open in September 2015 as the fifth Alila property on the Island of Bali.

Bali: No Home for Foam
Beer Distributors Say 4-5 million Bottles of in Beer Sales Will be Lost Under New Department of Trade Regulation reports that coming enforcement of rules by the Minister of Trade limiting the sale of beer to supermarkets, hypermarkets, restaurants and bars threatens small businesses across the Island. reports that the enforcement of the new rules is expected to reduce beer sales by 4-5 million bottles per month.
The chairman of Commission II of the Bali House of Representatives (DPRD-Bali), Ketut Suwandi, told a group meeting to discuss the banning of beer sales: “Imagine, every day they reap a profit of Rp. 100,000 to Rp. 200,000. They can also have the good luck of receiving tips from guests. If beer with an alcohol content below 5% is outlawed, then thousands of traders will be put out of business.”
The Association of Class A Alcohol Distributor (ADMA) says turnover has decreased 50% during the period March-April because of the new regulation.
The chairman of the ADMA, Frendy Karmana, said his members regret the new rule because of the damage it does to the distribution chain and the fact that the new rules will not answer problems existing in the sale of beer. He continued, saying the new rules are being used by irresponsible parties for self-profit.
“Drinkers will still exist. We worry that they will look for alternative drinks such as moonshine. We hope the regulation can be revised or at least be revoked for Bali,” said Karmana.
He continued saying beer is a major part of the income for its distributors.
“We hope the regulations can be more intelligently formulated. 78% of the traders are retailers. We hope they do not suffer losses; this has a large impact on their lives,” Karmana added.
The ADMA estimates that 4-5 million bottles of beer are distributed in Bali tourism areas. “Nobody ever died or got drunk from beer,” Karmana insists. “The people who dies are those that drink moonshine. Moreover, the data shows that on the average 3 -4 Indonesians dies every day from drinking moonshine or drinks with a high alcohol content,” he said.
“Beer and the beach are inseparable. Just imagine no beer for sale on the beach. The foreigners will run away. Because of this, we are asking that Bali be excepted (from the new regulation) out of consideration for tourism,” Karmana added.
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What’s the Buzz?
New Cases of Hemorrhagic Fever in Bali Expected to Peak in April.

The Public Health Department of Bali is calling for vigilance among the people of the Province as cases of hemorrhagic fever (Demam Berdarah-DBD) are expected to peak in the month of April.
Quoted by, Dr. Ketut Suarjaya, the head of Bali Health Department, said on Friday, April 10, 2015: “Usually in February, March and April our reported cases of DBD increase.  Moreover, the several hospitals that we monitor such as Sanglah and Gianyar are experiencing high rates with as many as 20 patients being hospitalized every day.”
Bali’s leading health officer said that it’s difficult to prevent rising rates of DBD infections, despite preventative steps being put in place.
“The trend is for DBD is to follow the changes in weather, rain downpours and local environments that support the breeding of mosquitoes and allow the population of mosquitoes to increase,” said Dr. Suarjaya.
Suarjaya announced that for 2015 from January to March, 12 fatalities have been linked to DBD with total cases numbering 3,693. The breakdown on DBD cases is January (1,000), February (1,488) and March (1,205).

The 12 deaths tied to DBD took place in Buleleng (2), Denpasar (5), Badung (3) and Gianyar (2).
“In anticipating the development of news cases the most important measure is in the destructing of mosquito nests with supplemental fogging. The People must follow a hygienic and healthy lifestyle in order that hopefully new cases are reduced,” he said.
The top Bali health officer admitted a degree of panic has caused a breakdown in the established referral system with people going immediately to main hospitals. “In fact, the local health centers (puskesmas) offering patient warding are able to provide care for DBD cases. There is no special medicine for the case of hemorrhagic fever. Patients just need total rest, and sufficient fluids and nutrition to allow the body to build resistance."
Missing the Obvious?
Reports from people hospitalized in Bali for DBD suggest much more could be done to create an effective response in combating the disease.

Patients admitted to hospitals for DBD are almost universally never asked to provide their home addressed to Health Officials who in turn could use such information to undertake area inspections, fogging and public education in areas suspected proven to be the source of new cases.

Patients Must be Patient
Bed Shortage at Emergency Care Center of Bali’s Sanglah Hospital

The emergency care center at Bali’s Sanglah General Hospital is experiencing a shortage of patient beds due to the explosion of sick and injured people seeking the Center’s care.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, a spokesman for Sanglah Hospital, Dr. Kadek Nariyantha, confirmed the shortfall in beds on Friday, April 10, 2015.

Nariyantha said the flood of patients was problematic as it was impossible to turn away the sick and injured.

The spokesman said a request for 25 more beds had been lodged with the Bali Provincial Health Service. Only 50 beds available in the current facility.

The current under-supply in beds is linked to the high number of hemorrhagic fever (DBD) cases seeking treatment in addition to a normal flow of illness and accident victims.

Striking a Healthy Balance in Bali
8 Honored for Putting Bali First in 2015 Tri Hita Karana Awards

On April 1, 2015 Bali Travel News presented Tri Hita Karana awards to elements of the community in Bali judged to conduct their business and organizational activities in a way that reflects the Balinese cultural manifesto of Tri Hita Karana that demands balance be unfailingly maintained between Man and Man, Man and Nature, and Man and God.
winners included:
  • Puri Sunia Resort in Ubud
  • Legian Beach Hotel
  • Begawan Foundation
  • Putu Sudiarto, founder of  PT Bambu Media Cipta Persada
  • I Wayan Chandra, founder of an art studio
  • Green School near Ubud, Bali
  • Head of Desa Kemasan, Ida Bagus Danendra for his work in creating a local tourism base,
  • The Regency Government of Buleleng in North Bali

The Begawan Foundation
Among the 8 honorees was The Begawan Foundation who has worked for the past 16 years in a number of areas, including preserving Bali’s dwindling population of Bali Starlings (Leucopsar rothschildi).
wan Foundation was among those acknowledged with the award for work undertaken over the past 16 years by Bradley and Debbie Gardner, who are referred to as ‘pioneers’ in the work of saving the Bali Starling.

Established in 1999 by Bradley and Debbie Gardner, Begawan Foundation was launched with a mission to give back to Bali’s local population by addressing nature conservation, education and healthcare needs. Its first initiative was the Bali Starling Conservation Project, which established a successful Breeding & Release Program for this critically endangered species after acquiring 2 pairs of Bali Starlings from England.

Begawan Foundation adopted a professional approach to the project of breeding and conservation of the Bali Starling, and between 1999 and 2005, the foundation’s captive population grew from four to 97 birds.

Releases of Bali Starlings in 2006, 2007, 2012 and 2014 have helped bring back the Bali Starling from the edge of extinction.

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Criminals Posing as Tourists
Bali Police Warn Locals to Be Aware of Possible Criminal Acts by Tourists in Bali

The Bali Police are asking the public to remain alert to criminal acts performed by people posing as tourists.
Bali’s newly installed police chief for the province of Bali, General Ronny F Sompie, issued the warning after the apprehension on Saturday, April 4, 2015,of 39 Taiwanese and Chinese nationals at a villa in Bali being used as a cybercrime center. “There is a chance for repeat incidents because similar activity has happened in Seminyak in the past. For this reason, the people must understand,” said General Sompie, quoted by the State News Agency Antara.
Bali’s police chief warned locals to remain vigilant and not to be too easily satisfied when renting accommodation to tourists without questioning whether the activities of their tenant are legal.

General Sompie revealed that the Chinese and Taiwanese renting a villa in the Sanur area of Bali and using it for Internet scamming gave signals of unusual activities when initially renting the premises. The group, now in police custody or already deported back to their home countries, had asked for areas of the villa to be emptied of furniture to accommodate the 39 people who worked and live there.

During the tenancy the group of 39 used local Internet providers in order to run scams targeted on people living in China.
The Chief of Police reported that he is still investigating to see if and people in Indonesia or Bali were victims of the group’s chicanery and also seeking to confirm that all the criminal victims were only residents and citizens of the PRC.
Prior to the arrest of the 39 Taiwanese and Chinese, police from the PRC sought the assistance of Police in Bali to take the cyber-crime group into custody. Bali police, accompanied by Interpol officers, swept down on a luxury villa in Sanur to capture the group.
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A Capital Idea
Bali Promotes Denpasar Heritage Tours

Efforts by the Denpasar Tourism Office to launch “Heritage City Tour” are being pegged to attract foreign tourists to spend time exploring Bali’s capital city.

Describing the target market for Denpasar Heritage Tours, the head of the Denpasar Tourism Office, Wayan Gunawan, told the State News Agency Antara he expects cruise ship passengers berthing at nearby Benoa would take the opportunity to view the historical sites offered by the tour.
The tourism official estimates 1,300 tourists from Australia and the U.S.A. are carried on a single cruise ship visiting Bali with at least 240 from that total likely to sign up for the planned “Heritage City Tour.”

The proposed tour would include visits to the Bali Museum and the Jagatnatha Palace.
Gunawan said there are 9 tourist objects to be found in Bali’s capital with the most popularly visited are the Badung market, the Kumbasari market, Bali museum and the Jagatnatha Palace.
Gunawan is trying to bring some of the economic benefits of Bali tourism to the Island’s capital, an area often overlooked by tourism visitors.
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Miracle Cure by the Bowlful
Asian Comfort Food of Noodles and Congee on Offer 24 Hours a Day at The Trans Resort Bali

information or to book a table for friends telephone ++62-(0)361-8981234

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Lunch Under Sail in Bali
Luncheon Island Discovery Cruise of Nusa Lembongan Launched by Bali Hai Cruises

Bali Hai Cruises – Bali’s leading operator of day and evening dinner cruises, is now offering a new cruise experience those their day cruise visitors and overnight visitors to the Nusa Lembongan Hai Tide Beach Resort.
Aristocat Island Discovery Cruise

Available each Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday departing from Nusa Lembongan Island at 11:15 am - the Aristocat Island Discovery Cruise offers a lunch-time cruise around the Lembongan, Penida and Ceningan Islands.

A scenic 45-minute journey on board the 64-foot Aristocat luxury sailing catamaran will take guests to Crystal Bay, Nusa Penida for a chance to snorkel some of Indonesia’s best coral reefs or just relax on the open deck of the catamaran. A Gourmet buffet lunch will be served in picturesque surroundings of the remote tropical Island of Penida. After the lunch Aristocat will gently cruise back to Lembongan Island and arrives to Mushroom Bay beach at 2:30 pm.

The Aristocat Island Discovery Cruise is an optional program priced at US$48 per person and can be booked on the island (space permitting) or before departing to Nusa Lembongan.
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A Place in Bali to Rome
Made Sukadana to Head Jamie Oilver’s Italian Restaurant in Kuta

The soon-to-be-opened Jamie’s Italian Kuta Beach, part of celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s frowing network of eateries, has appointed a general manager. The international brand of casual Italian restaurants chosen to go local, engaging Balinese hospitality veteran Made Sukadana for this important role.

Made Sukadana, affectionately known to his peers and staff members as “Suk,” has been working in the hotel and food and beverage line for 26 years. He spent 20 years with the renowned Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, working in properties from Bali to Hawaii. Here he developed an exceedingly strong passion for service, with an unfailing focus on guest satisfaction. Suk was also the general manager at the multi award-winning Mozaic Restaurant in Ubud and was the hotel manager of boutique property L Hotel Seminyak. 

Known as a hard worker and a great team player, Suk was chosen for his new role because he embodies the Jamie’s Italian ethos and to lead the team in providing warm, personable service and ensuring that good food made from scratch is accessible for everyone.

In preparation for his new role, made Sukadana has gone through long and rigorous hands-on training in Jamie’s Italian restaurants in London to immerse him in the brand culture and learn about its operations. He comments on his appointment, ‘Jamie’s Italian is such an amazing international brand, and it is really exciting to be leading them in their first entry into Indonesia. I’m very happy to join the Jamie’s Italian family, and am certainly looking forward to meeting the team and inspiring them.”

Jamie Oliver’s Italian Restaurant will open adjacent to the Hard Rock Hotel in Kuta
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Hear Ye, Hear Ye
Bali Update Editor to Speak on ‘Enough is Enough’ at Rotary Club Bali Nusa Dua on April 23, 2015

Rotary Club Bali Nusa Dua’s weekly luncheon meeting on Thursday, April 23, 2015 has invited Bali Update Editor and Bali Discovery Tours President Director, John Daniels as their featured speaker.

Open to Rotarians, their guests and members of the public – Daniels’ topic will be “Enough is Enough” discussing the current building boom of new hotels in Bali. In a fast-paced presentation, Daniels will share data that examines whether or not the current development model for Bali is economically and environmentally sustainable.

Sent to over 35,000 subscribers over the past 17 years, Bali Update is a respected news source on tourism and the Island of Bali, dubbed by TIME Magazine as “Bali Truth Ministry.

Open to the Public the Rotary Club Bali Nusa Dua meeting on Thursday, April 23, runs from 12:30 until 2:00 pm at the Club House of the Bali National Golf Club.

A two-course lunch is available for Rp. 145,000 (US$11) or a three-course lunch for Rp. 185,000 (US$14). Lunch includes one bottle of Equil, plus coffee and tea. Other beverages available at a 25% discount.

Paying at the door is possible, but an advance booking will assist with limited seating.

[Email for Rotary Club Luncheon on Thursday, April 23, 2015

A Now for Something Completely Different
Bene Italian Kitchen at the Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort Proclaims ‘No Phone Fridays’

Bring your after-work crowd to Bene Italian Kitchen on Friday evenings and enjoy a 50% food discount – but, there’s one catch: leave your phone at the door!

Dedicated to the proposition that we’re all more interesting when we turn our hand phones and communication devices off - the 50% discount is extended every Friday evening from 5:00 pm with the following conditions:
  • All members of the party/table need to participate by leaving their hand phone or device with the restaurant’s reception
  • Guests are welcome to use the restaurant phone as an emergency contact 
  • Follow the rules: You cannot access your phone until dinner bill is settled.
  • Minimum dinner duration is 60 minutes.
  • Offer not applicable in combination with other promotions/discounts.
  • Following dinner, free pool access for diners.
For more information, contact the Sheraton Bali Kuta at telephone ++62-(0)361-8465555

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New Beer Regulations Will Apply in Bali
Trade Minister Says Bali Will Not Be Exempted From Enforcement of the New Rules Limiting Beer Sales

Indonesia’s Minister of Trade, Rahmat Gobel, became involved in a verbal altercation with local citizens during his most recent visit to Bali.

In an open public dialog held at the DPD Building in downtown Denpasar on Saturday, April 11, 2015, Gobel was involved in an angry exchange over the coming implementation of Trade Minister Regulation No. 6 of 2015 prohibiting the sale of beer at warungs, mini-markets and from beachside vendors.

As reported by, an angry Gobel said to one female participant, “Why, when I am answering your question and am still speaking you interrupt with more questions?”

In an effort to defuse the atmosphere, a member of the DPD Shri Gusti Ngurah Arya Wedakarna said: “I ask that all aspirations voiced (today) be done so in a more ethical manner and in a polite manner."

Wedakarna explained to the Minister that the Balinese people find it difficult to speak loudly, and that the protesting questions reflected the deep regard felt by the Balinese for Gobel. Continuing, Wedakarna said: “We have had many Ministers visit Bali but non have taken he time to meet with the common people. Ministers visit on almost a daily basis, sleep in luxury hotels in Kuta and Nusa Dua, and then immediately fly back to Jakarta via Ngurah Rai Airport.”

Wedakarna pledged to create regular agenda for Ministers to meet with the common people.

Because of the mounting protest over restriction on beer sales during the meeting, Gobel cut short his prepared remarks and opened the forum to questions, moderated by Wedakarna.

The questioners sought for Bali to be exempted from the new regulation limiting beer sales. Gobel told the group there would be no exception to the new rule, suggesting instead that traders establish cooperatives to supply beer to its members.

“Bali will not be excepted (from the rule). We will help by creating a system that allows the traders the opportunity to continue to exist. But the people of Bali must promise that those consuming the beer are tourists, and not underage children. Those buying beer must be asked for their identity cards. If they are too young they must be apprehended,” Gobel explained.

Gobel closed by saying his Ministerial decision would not be changed, only the system would be adjusted.

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Hotel Project in Canggu Accused of Violating Zoning Laws

Radar Bali, Bali Post and Denpost all report that protests from local villager stating new hotel project on Canggu Beach – the Canggu Intercontinental Resort has violated a number of provincial and regency zoning rules.

Already in possession of a permit from the Coordinated Licensing agency (BPPT), the five-storey hotel project is accused of violating the setback rules that stipulate no permanent structure can be erected within 100 meters of the high water mark. Meanwhile, local citizens alleged that the Canggu Intercontinental’s wall is only 15 meters from the high-tide mark.

The Secretary of the Regional Planning Board (Bapeda), I Made Agus Ariawan, said that the 100-meter setback rule is absolute, and cannot be rationalized by the developer as an anti-erosion meaure. Ariawan also pointed out that the area of 100-meters between the high water mark and any project cannot be fenced in and must be maintained for public use as a matter of law.

An inspection visit carried out by North Kuta enforcement office (Satpol PP) and village officials on Wednesday, April 8, 2015 found the walls built by the hotel were located directly on the beach.

The hotel, however, is claiming that the offending wall was built following prior communication and mutual agreement with local villagers.

Village officials, however, do not have the authority to waive specific rules contained with in the RTRW Badung (regency zoning law) and the protection afforded to right-of-way along beachfront extends beyond the adjoining village and is the right of all Bali residents and visitors.

Sunday Best in Ubud
Cucina Sundays: Weekend Brunch in Style at Uma Cucina

Those spending a relaxing weekend in Bali’s hillside community of Ubud can now make an Italian-styled brunch the highlight of their weekend at Uma Cucina at Uma by COMO.

On Sunday, Cucina is open to both hotel guests and walk-in customers interested in sharing an easygoing Sunday gathering at the open-air restaurant overlooking Jalan Raya Sanggingan.

The atmosphere is laid back and casual, the perfect place to enjoy the very best in food and drink with family and friends.

An all-you-can-eat menu is served from 11:30 am until 3:30 pm. A wide range of authentic Italian dishes, including homemade pastas and pizettas fresh from a brick oven. Main courses include fresh fish and frutti di mare prepared to order on the charcoal grill. There are also antipasti, cold meats and sweet Italian specialties, gelato and granita.

Diner can opt for fee-flowing beverages, including a wide selection wines by the glass, cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks, coffee and tea.

Children can be entertained by Uma Ubud’s attentive staff while outside guests in Ubud can request free pick-up and drop-off.

  • Rp. 399,000 ++ (US$37) per person for brunch menu
  • Rp. 399,000 ++ (US$37) per person for free-flow alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Rp. 199,000 ++(US$18.50) for free-flow non-alcoholic beverages
For more information or reservations call ++62-(0)361-972448 or [Email].  

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