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BALI UPDATE #986 - 27 JULY 2015


When Raung Roars Bali Listens
Angkasa Pura and BMKG Continue to Monitor Weather Conditions and Volcanic Activity from Mount Raung

As reported by, the Meteorological, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) in Denpasar, Bali and the managers of Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport are jointly undertaking continuous observations on wind conditions influencing the movement of volcanic ash ejected from Mount Raung in East Java.
While the lion’s share of the ash expelled to a height of 2,400 meters from the mountain has landed in 5 districts (kecematan) in East Java. Further afield, the ash has disrupted on an on and off basis flight operations from Bali’s and Surabaya’s airports together with at least three other regional airports in Indonesia.
The co-general manager of Balli’s airport authority, PT Angkasa Pura, IGN Ardita said observations in connection with the volcano and wind conditions are conducted once every six hours in collaboration with BMKG.
“We continue to make observations based on data from BMKG. Wind forecasts predicting wind direction are the main focus of BMKG in monitoring developments surrounding Mount Raung and the resulting impact on flight safety,” explained Ardita.

Meanwhile, air controllers in Indonesia are monitoring closely the condition of flight corridors.

Aircraft operating to and from Bali’s airport are being inspected by aviation experts on the ground for any signs of potentially hazardous encounters with volcanic ash.

Ash Dashed Vice Presidentís Flight Plans
Indonesian Vice President Stranded in Bali due to Airportís Closure

Indonesia’s vice president Jusuf Kalla was among those temporarily stranded in Bali when the Island’s airport was closed again on Wednesday, July 22, 2015, due to the continuing explosions at volcanic Mount Raung in East Java.

Speaking on Wednesday, the head of Airports in Bali and Nusa Tenggara, Yusfandri Gona said: “Indeed, RI-2 (the code name for the Vice President) is in Bali and was scheduled to return to Jakarta mid-day today, But, due to the closure of the airport the Vice President and his group postponed their departure."

As reported by the State News Agency Antara, the operators of the Bali Airport, PT Angkasa Pura I, has established a “Crisis Center” to assist those inconvenienced by the explosion of the East Java volcano.

The Vice President’s group departed for the airport at 1:00 pm for a scheduled departure from Bali at 3:00 pm on a Boeing 737-400 from the VVIP squadron of the Indonesian Air Force.
The group, however, were prevented from departing when Bali’s airport was once again closed on Wednesday, July 23, from 1:00 pm until 6:00 pm the following morning.
The closure was done on the recommendations of BMKG and the Volcanic Ash Advisory Council (VAAC) in Darwin, Australia.
Kalla was in Bali on a private Lebaran holiday with his family that began on Monday, July 20th.

Elok for Park Regis Kuta
Elok Fitri Hanifah Named Director of Sales for Park Regis Kuta

The 175-room Park Regis Kuta Bali Hotel have appointed Mrs. Elok Fitri Hanifah as director of sales and marketing, effective July 1, 2015.

Elok started her career working in a travel agency in 1995, moving to the hotel industry in 2004. She has spent the past ten years working in sales capacities at hotels in Lombok and Bali.

Elok holds a Bachelor Degree in Literature and Foreign Languages.

Commenting on the appointment, group director for global sales and marketing, Nova Novita said: “The presence of Elok as Director of Sales will strengthen the company, especially in the sales and marketing department. She is responsible for achieving all budgeted hotel revenue streams, not limited to only room and banquet revenue.”

Managed by StayWell Hospitality Group Pty Limited-Australia, the Park Regis Kuta is located on Jalan Raya Kuta, a short distance to the beach, shopping district, nightclubs and restaurant of Kuta.

Bali to Nusa Penida Ferry Service Disrupted
Nusa Jaya Abadi RoRo Ferry Operating Between Bali and Nusa Suspends Service to Undergo Repairs

The government operated Nusa Jaya Abadi Ferry that connects the Bali port of Padang Bai with the nearby island of Nusa Penida is currently out of commission disrupting the supply chain of passengers and goods traveling across the straits.

“The RoRo vessel owned by the Klungkung Regency has not operated for the past three day because the ship has sprung a leak,” explained Dewa Gde Sutarta the chief of the Transportation Service for Klungkung.

He told the State News Agency Antara that the cost of repairing the vessel would require Rp. 20 million (US$1,500). Repairs are now being undertaken on Nusa Penida. Sutara said it remained unknown how long the repairs will take.

Goods destined for Nusa Penida are piling up in the port of Padang Bai with goods ordered for the  Kuningan religious holiday. 
Those wishing to travel between Bali and the Island are now using local motorboats to make the crossing costing much more than the normal ferry tariff.
When in operation, the Nusa Jaya Abadi Ferry can make the crossing between Padang Bai and Nusa Penida in 30 minutes.

Ambulance Chasers
BAWA Holds Film PremiŤre and Photo Exhibition on Saturday, August 1, 2015 to Support Baliís Only Free Animal Ambulance Service

The Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA) is hosting the world premiere of two projects by photographer and filmmaker Adhito Noviello on Saturday, August 1, 2015 from 5:00 pm until 8:00 pm at the Mercure Sanur Resort.

Adithio Noviello's short film: A Thousand Temples. A Thousand Dogs seeks to build mutual respect between the Balinese and the Island's indigenous dogs. The film examines the many threats challenging the survival of Bali’s dog population, including the dog meat trade.
On the same evening, BAWA will launch Aku dan Anjing Baliku (Me and My Bali Dog) a series of limited edition books containing signed black & white photographs by Adithio Noviello. These images capture the innate relationship between the Balinese people and the Bali dog, showing scenes and images heretofore not accessible to the general public.
Admission for both events is Rp. 110,000 (US$8.25) and covers access to the film, photography exhibition, auction and light canapés.

Beverages will be available for purchase.
Proceeds from the evening will be used to keep Bali's only free animal ambulance on the road. For more information, including video’s of BAWA’s use of the ambulance click here.
Among the items to be auctioned on August 1st are original photographs signed by Adithio Noviello.
Adithio Noviello
Adithio Noviello is a young and accomplished Italian-Indonesian photographer and filmmaker. He has spent two years working with Bali Animal Welfare Association recording BAWA's work; the animals of Bali; and the threats to their safety, health and survival. Adithio is an animal welfare activist with an enduring love for the Bali heritage dog.
Returning to Bali from London where he went to study his Masters Degree in 2014, Adithio began to work with BAWA to produce A Thousand Temples. A Thousand Dogs.
Adithio Noviello’s Website

Film premiere: A Thousand Temples. A Thousand Dogs
By Adithio Noviello

Photography Exhibition on Balinese Dogs by Adithio Noviello
Saturday, August 1, 2015
Mercure Sanur Resort
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Admission to film, exhibition, auction
Rp. 110,000
[Email for advance ticket purchase or more information]

Duty Calls!
Indonesia Introduces Dramatic Increases in Customís Duty Rates on a Wide Range of Imported Items

Reuter’s reports that Indonesia has introduced steep increases on import tariffs charged for food, clothes and a range of consumer goods that economists say will fuel inflation and missed its desired target of providing “help” to domestic producers.

The increase in import tariffs is being defended by government officials as “not protectionist” and as being introduced in a period characterized by a weak rupiah and sluggish economic growth.

Indonesian officials insist the higher tariffs are not protectionist measures, but merely based on national interest and consistent with World Trade Organization rules.

Suahasil Nazara from the Indonesian Finance Ministry’s fiscal policy office defended the increased tariffs as “meant to push local industry.”

Under the new import duties now in place imported cars will pay a tax of 50% increasing from 10-40%; Imported tea and coffee duties have increased from 5% to 20%; while imported meats must now pay a tax of 30% - six time the previous duty of 5%.

Certain to impact the tourism industry, imported alcoholic beverages are now subject to a duty of 150%. In the past, a flat Rp. 125,000 per liter was applied on imported alcoholic beverages.

Economist are criticizing the new tax, saying it does nothing the address underlying problems such as red tape and a failing infrastructure. Experts say Indonesia should take steps to reduce operating costs for local businesses rather than apply high tariffs. Moreover, while local manufacturers will gain market share, the Indonesian consumer will be left paying the bill.

Also affected by higher import duties will be food and beverage, clothes, condoms, carpet and air conditioners.

Experts say the increased duty levels will fuel inflation that rose to 7.26% in June.

Meanwhile the Indonesian rupiah is trading at a 17-year low will make imported items expensive to Indonesian consumers even before the addition of the new high tariff rates.

High Prices for an Ailing Infrastructure
Villagers in North Bali Call on West Bali National Park to Repair Pier at Crossing Point for Menjangan Island

Once again, the Government’s desire to apply high taxes and admission charges is not keeping pace with the need for quality infrastructure development.
While the West Bali National Park (TNBB) recently increased by 200% the cost of admission to Menjangan Island in North Bali, the pier used to cross between Bali and the Island has fallen into serious disrepair.
In response, TNBB officials point out that the pier is not their responsibility, and neither owned or operated by Park authorities.
Meanwhile, local citizen are complaining to Park Authorities regarding the poor state of the pier used to welcome guests to Menjangan Island.
A local resident and guardian of Pura Menjangan – a Hindu temple located on the Island – Made Sedana expressed displeasure with TNBB’s indifference to the state of the pier originally built by the traditional village that has declined over time into an unsafe condition. Sedana said the village has no source of funds with which to undertake the needed repairs.
As reported by, TNBB is refusing to make any contribution to efforts to repair the pier or other supporting infrastructure for Park visitors.
The Ministry of Forestry increased admission fees for Menjangan Island by 200% in late 2014 prompting a boycott of the park by boat operators, guides and travel agents.
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Join Baliís Fight Against Breast Cancer
7th Annual Bali Pink Ribbon Walk on Saturday, October 24, 2015

The Bali Pink Ribbon Foundation (BPR) will host its 7th Annual “Pink Ribbon Walk/Run” on Saturday, October 24, 2015 at the Indonesian Tourism Development Project (ITDC – formerly Bali Tourism Development Corporation) between 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm.

As in years past, proceeds will be used to support BPR’s cancer screening and educational programs.

Headquartered opposite the Bali Collection Complex, registration opens at 2:00 pm with the walk/run commencing at 4:00 pm. The 5 –kilometer route winds through the gardens of the ITDC returning to the starting point where a rally and party awaits.

Organizers are targeting 2,000 participants at this year’s event.

This year’s event has a designated goal of raising funds to purchase a mobile breast screening bus needed to detect cancers at its earliest and most-treatable stage in villages located in remote areas.

As part of the Pink Ribbon Walk an auction and raffle will be held.

Tickets are on sale for Rp. 150,000 per person (US$11.25) and covers event participation, a t-shirt and a bottle of mineral water. Children under the age of 12-years-of-age pay only Rp. 75,000.

Participants will enjoy the walk, visit food and beverage stalls, participate in prize draws and raffles, shop and be entertained by live musical performances.

Participants will be encouraged to hang pink ribbons on a memorial line in honor of friends and family who have died of breast cancer.

Free Pap smear and breast health checks will also be available with volunteer doctors from the foundation’s partner hospitals assisting in screenings and answering question about cancer prevention and treatment.

Bali Pink Ribbon Foundation

BPR is a volunteer organization working with Indonesian and Singaporean doctors conducting seminars on breast cancer for women across Bali; visiting companies and villages to provide providing health education in the area of breast health.

BPR operates a support center on Jl. Dewi Sri IV no. 1, Kuta, providing a secure environment for women to share the experiences of breast cancer with other survivors and those undergoing treatment. Monthly survivor meetings are held at the center, where information on treating breast cancer is available in Indonesian and English.

Pink Ribbon Foundation Website

For more details contact:
Pink Ribbon House – Support center

Jalan Dewi Sri IV no 1,Kuta Bali
Telephone: +62-(0)361-849 6098 or+62-(0)851 0035 2299

You've Got a Ticket to Ride
Transportation Minister Want Ticket Sales for Ships to Go On-line

Indonesia’s Transport Minister, Ignasius Jonan, has announced that the system for selling passage on passenger ships will be revamped and replaced with an on-line system.

“Indeed there are a couple of ships operated by the private sector. In my opinion, the ticketing system is old fashioned. I saw in Banjarmasin (Kalimantan) a paper-based ticketing system with no price shown, like some sort of trickery was at work,” said the Minister in Jakarta on Monday, July 20, 2015, as quoted by

The Minister believes an on-line ticket system will assist passengers in obtaining tickets from having to make an unnecessary trips to the seaport before their trip’s actual departure date just to secure a ticket.

“Therefore, I ask for a system that forms a record. So, it someone wants to take a ship they can buy (a ticket) from an agent. Why should someone who want to take a ship from Surabaya to Banjarmasin have to go to the port beforehand just to buy a ticket? And, if he is unable to get a ticket then he must spend several says waiting at the port,” the Minister lamented

Dudley Do-Right to the Rescue!
Canadian Tourist Helps to Save Four Swimmers off Baliís Canggu Beach

CBC News from Canada reports that a 20-year-old Quebec man is credited with saving four people from drowning off Canggu Beach in Bali.

Samuel Rouseau-Mascolo who works in Canada at an aquatic park, was spending the day on Canggu beach when he saw a group of swimmers struggling in the water.

Quoted by Radio-Canada Rousea-Mascolo explained. “Even on Vacation, you’re a lifeguard at heart.”

Springing into action, the young Canadian grabbed a surfboard from a bystander and paddled out to the trio companied by another surfer. Two swimmers were piled onto eaach boards and brought back to shore.

Exhausted form battling ocean currents, the four were treated by the Canadian who insisted all be taken to a local hospital to make sure they would not later succumb to secondary drowning due to the amount water they inhaled.

The four have reportedly been checked by local doctors and given the all clear.

Opening the Inner Eye
Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan Invites Yoga Masters to Lead Free Yoga Classes for In-House Guests

Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan has launched an exclusive series of international yoga masters offering riverside classes at its new Dharma Shanti Yoga Bale.
Supplementing its existing yoga classes, the resort presents a different master-in-residence every month and complimentary daily sessions to enable in-house guests to fully immerse in the physical, spiritual and mental aspects of the hillside retreat’s wellbeing programs. Yogis of all levels have the opportunity to practice with international yoga ambassadors such as Bobbi Hamilton, whose trademark Phresh Mats & Yoga Game featured in Michelle Obama's Let's Move! LA campaign. Developed specifically for children, teens and families to combat rising childhood obesity, the Kids Phresh Program will be available at Four Seasons Sayan throughout Bobbi’s residence from 20 August to 1 September.  Bobbi will also offer twice-daily group classes based on Tibetan Energetic Yoga Therapy, which she studied under Lobsang Dhargya, a former Tibetan monk and aid to the Dalai Lama.
In September, the resort presents a series of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga with Summer Dien. In residence September 14-20, October 5-10 and October 12-17. Summer’s style is described as ‘Mysore self-practice’ tailored to each student’s needs and also building self-discipline to enable participants to take the sequence and practice wherever they go.
“Each month’s master-in-residence specializes in a different form of yoga to keep the program exciting and varied for our guests,” said Luisa Anderson, regional director of spa for Four Seasons Resorts Bali. “The Dharma Shanti Yoga Bale is the perfect venue for guests to experience our visiting international yoga masters, and enjoy the natural healing energy of this special location. Guests tell us that they return home feeling reenergized and better-than-ever, and that’s exactly how a holiday should end.”
Dharma Shanti Yoga Bale is nestled in a quiet corner of the resort surrounded by lush forest at the bottom of the Sayan Valley, with views over rice fields to the fast-flowing Ayung River. The 100% bamboo structure – whose name means ‘path to peace’ in Sanskrit – is a sanctuary for private classes, group sessions and quiet introspection. Aside from the visiting masters-in-residence, Dharma Shanti’s regular daily program includes Mediation; Life Talks on stress management and love with Ibu Fera – a former Buddhist nun who is the resort’s resident wellbeing expert; and various types of yoga including Laughing, Hatha, Easy and the dynamic AntiGravity® or ‘flying’ yoga.

In-house guests enjoy exclusive access to 16 complimentary yoga and meditation classes each week.
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To Kingdom Come Says Indonesian Domestic Travel Now Prefer Yogyakarta Over Bali reports that the Kingdom of Yogyakarta is supplanting Bali is Indonesia’s most popular tourist destination.
Reporting that for the Lebaran holidays just completed, says Indonesian domestic holidaymakers are flowing in greater number to Yogyakarta than Bali.
Quoting data from the Indonesian on-line travel agent, Indonesia travelers booking a holiday on line have increased by 300% in 2015.
“Bali that has been the number one domestic destination for the last two years has declined to number four. Those seeking flights on-line to Yogyakarta increased 342%. Yogyakarta took command for those seeking a hotel on line, increasing by 78% and displacing Bandung from the top spot,” said Wego’s managing director, Graham Hills.
Wego reports that Indonesian travelers are increasingly looking for more expensive starred hotels while seeking low cost air tickets.
“In 2014 half of Wego’s users were looking for three star hotels. But in 2015 we see that they are seeking hotels that are more expensive. Travelers are using Wego’s ability to display the least expensive ticket price for domestic flights,” Hill added.
Meanwhile, Wego users traveling internationally during the Lebaran Holidays made Singapore their first choice followed by Bangkok, Hong Kong and Beijing. The airline most preferred by Wego customers for international journeys was Garuda Indonesia.

Floating an Idea
North Bali Adventure in Lovina Urged to Tow Floating Water Park to Shore Until Licenses and Permits are in Hand

A floating, inflatable water park standing some 100 meters off the beach at Banyualit Beach in Lovina, North Bali is the focus of protests from local residents.
The North Bali Adventure Water Park is owned by PT Kreasi Bali Utara and managed by a local resident Agus Yogi Yadnya on behalf of his Australian business partner Rob Corrie.
The amusement park holds a principle permits issued by the Regent of Buleleng but does not hold the numerous other operating permits required under provincial and regional law.
The water park that stands off the busy tourist and residential area of Kalibubuk is comprised of large inflatable structures anchored above the coral reef. It managers claims that the water park is the fifth of its kind after similar parks working in Portugal, Spain, China and Canada.
The provincial enforcement agency (Satpol PP Bali) confirmed that the North Bali Adventure Water Park does not hold the necessary licenses and permits.
The five large inflatable structures occupy an area estimated to cover 0.5 hectares.
A spokesman for Satpol PP Buleleng, Ketut Arnawa, said that the final authority to license the North Bali Adventure Water Park rests on the provincial level and needs to undertake an environmental impact analysis that addresses how to anchor the structures without damaging the coral reef. For this reason, he urged that the structures be towed to shore and stowed until such a time as the attraction’s operating permits are in order.
In response, Agus Yogi Yadnya as a director of PT Kreasi Bali Utara said the placement of the water park at Lovina was a trial operation to test the viability of such a park in a tropical environment. He told Radar Bali that he was in the process of securing all the required permits and licenses. “If we are asked to tow two the park away, we are prepared to do this. We only ask 21 days to do so as the process is a delicate one,” Yadnya added.
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Managing Growth in Tourist Arrivals
Indonesian Tourism Adamant Foreign Tourists Arrivals Can be Doubled in Just 5 Years

Despite weakening arrivals in Bali, Indonesia’s Minister of Tourism Arief Yahya remains defiantly optimistic that his target of 20 million foreign tourists visiting the Country by 2019 is achievable.
“Both I and the President have the ‘feeling’ that 20 million (foreign visitors) can be achieved even earlier. 2017 has been mentioned – 2 years ahead of schedule,” said Yahya in a press release issued by his Ministry.
The Minister of Tourism said he felt that the additional 30 countries added to Indonesia list nations eligible for visa-free visits has the potential of contributing around 1 million more tourists each year, As a result the he projects that the 30 new visa-free countries will generate 4.12 million tourist in 2015, 5.16 million tourists in 2016, 6.45 million tourists in 2017, 8.06 tourists in 2018 and 10.8 tourists in 2019.
The government plans to add another 30 more countries to the visa-free list in 2016. The Minister said the 30 countries to be added to the list would be a business decision, with most of the new visa-free nations coming from Asia.

With the recent addition of 30 countries to the list of visa-free nations, Indonesia now has 45 countries able to send their citizens to Indonesia without a visa.
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After Iím Gone
Outgoing Regent Defends Building Boom for New Hotels But Insists The Building will Stop Once Badung Exceeds its Carrying Capacity

At a farewell gathering for the Regent of Badung, A.A. Gde Agung, who will finish his final term of office on August 5, 2015, the regent of the area that is home to the highest concentration of hotels in Bali said that a moratorium on new tourism accommodation was “still a possibility.”

Speaking to a group of tourism stakeholders, the man whose administration has authorized unprecedented building boom in new hotels and villas said any moratorium would have to be based on an academic study showing Bali was exceeding its carrying capacity for new accommodation. Adding, “We listen and absorb all the aspirations of the tourism sector.”

As reported by Bisnis Bali, Agung told the group that the regency had recently issued new building codes covering tourism accommodation in Badung. Those rules stipulate that no tourism accommodation can be built on an area of less than 100 are (1,00 square meters) with special exception of a minimum 50 are in Kuta and 75 are in North Kuta. Under the new rules accommodation providers’ rooms can be no smaller than 32 square meters.

Returning to the topic of a moratorium on new hotels, Agung said if a study showed that Badung has reached the limits of its carrying capacity a moratorium on new building remained a possibility.

At the same time, the outgoing Regent said that the issuance of the large number of hotel and accommodation permits during his two terms as Regent was done to encourage investment and grow the Regency’s economy.

The Regent pointed to the 7.13% growth rate for Badung’s economy achieved in 2013 and his success in reducing unemployment and poverty for the regency.

New HIV/AIDS Infections up 50% in Three Years
The Majority of New HIV/AIDS Cases in Bali Linked to Heterosexual Contact

Bali Post reports that new cases of HIV/AIDS in Bali continue to grow with between 180-200 new infections recorded in the month of May 2015.

The head of Bali’s Health Department, Dr. Ketut Suarjaya, revealed that in 2013, an average 120-150 new cases of HIV/AIDS were reported each month. In 2014, the average increased to 150-180 and is now, in 2015, averaging 150-180.  This represents a 50% increase in new cases of the disease in the space of just three years.

The government continues to try to educate the public on the dangers of HIV/AIDS, especially among drug users and the younger generation. Surjaya urges the public to avoid unprotected sex with high-risk groups and the dangers of sharing needles for users of intravenous narcotics.

Bali’s top official also urges people to take advantage of free anonymous  screening so that life-saving drug treatment can commence as soon as possible. He stressed that HIV screening for pregnant woman was very important to prevent children being born with HIV/AIDS.

Surjaya said that many people from other areas of Indonesia suffering from HIV/AIDS are migrating to Bali to take advantage of the Island’s superior testing and counseling programs.

Provincial Health Department data says that 78.7% of HIV/AIDS cases in Bali are the result of heterosexual contact, 7.6% from homosexual contact and 6.9% from intravenous drug use. The remainder of infections is from indeterminate causes.

Pay at the Door
Bali Collects US$36.9 million in Visa Fees During First Four Months of 2015

Bank Indonesia reports that revenues generated from visa-on-arrivals at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport for the months of January – April 2015 totaled US$36.9 million.

The same five months in 2014 produced only US$11 million in visa revenues.

The large increase in visa revenues is due, in part, to an increase in the visa-on-arrival fee from US$25 to $35 that took place in July 2014.

During the first four months of 2015, only 1,056,649  were charged visa frees at the airport  from a total of 1,259,650  foreign visitors who came to Bali, including those who are exempt from any visa fee.

Recent changes in immigration policy extending a visa-free facility to 45 countries commencing in July are certain to see visa revenues decline in the future.

Baliís Seeking a New Chief of Police
Bali Police Chief Ronny Sompie Appointed to Civilian Post as Director General of Immigration

The Jakarta Post reports that Bali’s Provincial Chief of Police, Inspector General Ronny F. Sompie, has been given the nod by President Joko Widodo to become director general of immigration within the Ministry of Law and Human Rights.

Sompie, who became chief of police in Bali in March 2015, was originally scheduled to retire form the police in 2018.

The appointment has been publicly confirmed by National Chief of Police Badrodin Haiti on Friday, July 24, 2015.

As reported by, Sompie entered his name into consideration for the long-open post as Director General of Immigration when Law and Human Right Minister Yasonna  H, Laoly declared the post open to recruitment to all Indonesian citizens.

Bali’s police chief is reserving comment on the new appointment, pending formal confirmation from the President.

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Seeking Relief in High Places
Tourists Complain About Limited Public Toilet Facilities at Kintamani Volcano. Toilets Installed by Government at Georpark Complex Locked and Without Water

Visitors to the popular tourist destination of Penelokan, located on the caldera of the Kintamani volcano,  are inconvenienced by the lack of adequate public toilets. Although the government included allocations for four public lavatories within the Art Market at the Geopark Complex, those toilets remain boarded shut and lacking in running water.

Bali Post reports that because of this lack of public toilets,  tourists visiting the Penelokan site are forced to make do with a single “rented” toilet located near the police station. Tourist are often seen waiting in line to use the "rented" toilets where they are required to each pay Rp. 2,000 (US$0.15)

Ni Komang Sudiani, a local trader at Kintamani, confirmed that the four public toilets at the Kintamani Geopark have been sealed and unavailable to the public from the initial opening of the Geopark.

The lack of toilet facilities and the condition of the limited facilities available for their use has been the source of frequent complaints from both domestic and foreign tourists.

Happy Birthday to You, You Live in a Zoo!
Celebrating National Childrenís Day with Bali Safari and Marine Park

This year’s celebration of National Children’s Day (Hari Anak Nasional) at the Bali Safari and Marine Park took on a special quality as it was observed in tandem with the birthday of Niluh - a lovely female orangutan who is a much-loved member of the Park’s extended family. As Niluh’s birthday party was being organized at the Safari Park, it seemed only fitting to invite 55 friends of the “birthday girl” – children from a nearby orphanage.

While sharing happy birthday moments with Niluh, her young guests were also treated to an animal show featuring elephants and other animals; a Safari Journey that passed through separate enclosures for animals native to Indonesia, India and Africa; and a spell-binding visit to the Park’s spectacular Bali Agung Performance.

The joyous party held on Niluh’s behalf and the participation of the group of orphans was made possible via a generous donation sent to the Park by students for the Mount Hawthorn Primary School in Perth, Western Australia. Via their support, the children from Australia were able to share the concern and affection for the world’s endangered animal species with other children living in the Bali.

“This program is very positive, because today’s children will inherit the world from their parents who serve as the current stewards of the planet. It is so important to educate children at the earliest opportunity to become environmentally aware. We hope that by inviting the kids to the Park we can share our deep concern for the world’s wildlife, But, on a most basic level, everyone at the Park enjoys having the opportunity to create a memorable fun-filled birthday day for Niluh and her group of friends from a local orphanage,” said William Santoso, general manager of the Bali Safari and Marine Park.

National Children’s Day is celebrated on varying dates in countries around the globe with Indonesia dedicating every July 23 as the day set-aside each year for kids. National Children’s Day serves to remind everyone of the importance of safeguarding children’s rights to be provided with supportive concern and fundamental security.

Wine as a Spectator Sport
St. Regis Bali Resort and The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort and Spa Win Honors from Wine Spectator Magazine

The St. Regis Bali Resort has won honors in the 2015 ‘Best of Award of Excellence’ by Wine Spectator magazine for a fifth consecutive year, making it the first restaurant in Indonesia to earn such recognition. The win also celebrates St. Regis’ chief sommelier Harald Wiesmann’s singular commitment to continually bringing a world-class wine experience into the small island of Bali.

Adding to the moment, The St. Regis’ sister hotel at Nusa Dua - The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua, Bali was also awarded a prestigious ‘Award of Excellence’ from the Wine Spectator for its upscale seafood beachfront restaurant Arwana. This is Arwana’s fourth ‘Award of Excellence’ win, further acknowledging its reputation for providing guests and visitors with a world-class wine and dining experience in Bali.

Wine Spectator, launched in 1996, is a recognized authority on wine service and fine dining. Its respected lists cite restaurants around the globe whose wine lists offer interesting selections, are appropriate to their cuisine and appeal to a wide range of wine connoisseurs. Based on these basic requirements, Wine Spectator honorees are eligible for one of three distinctions: Award of Excellence, Best of Award of Excellence and Grand Award.

Since The St. Regis Bali Resort first opened its door in 2009, Kayuputi has received multiple awards. Open for lunch and dinner, the restaurant offers Asian-inspired Haute Cuisine and a two-storey wine cellar complimented by magnificent views of the Indian Ocean.

Down the beach at The Laguna, A Luxury Collection Resort and Spa, Nusa Dua, the Arwana is known as one of Bali’s best beachfront dining venues, offering guests premium coastal cuisine, with its fresh daily catch selection, Arwana prides itself with an extensive wine list selected by first sommelier Yudhi Suryawan.

Where Thereís Smoke . . .
Police Investigating Claim of Police Seeking ĎSpecial Paymentí from Bank Central Asia Official in Connection with Recent Fire in Kuta reports that while forensic experts from the Denpasar police continue to investigate a fire that destroyed most the Bank Central Asia Office in Kuta, Bali on Saturday, July 28, 2015. An officer of the Bank has reported receiving an SMS message demanding money, purportedly from the police, to ensure a smooth investigation of the fire.

At this point, police investigators suspect the fire was caused by a short-circuit.

The mysterious SMS message, allegedly from the police, was received on the Monday following the fire.

Dedy Januarta of the Kuta police precinct confirms the report of the improper SMS, but would not divulge the source of the errant message or the actual content of the message.

“We are still examining the case (the SMS message). Just be calm. It is not correct if a policeman sends such a SMS and requests money to facilitate an investigation, Please await for results from the forensic laboratory and the other investigations,” said Januarta

Meanwhile, Lay, a representative of BCA Kuta did not want to divulge details on the SMS he received demanding money.

Lay said he would soon hold a press conference regarding the fire at the BCA branch.

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Donít Drink and Die
3 Dead and 1 Hospitalized Following Methanol Poisoning at Kuta Cafe reports that alcoholic drinks suspected of being mixed with methanol and served at the Oscar Café have now claimed three lives. The third victim, Arthon Kevin Sondang (20), died early on Thursday, July 23, 2015.

The man died at the Kasih Ibu Hospital in Denpasar, Bali after being in a coma for one week.

Sondang, originally from Manado in North Sulawesi, is suspected to have consumed methanol-contaminated beverages at the Oscar Café in Legian, Kuta before falling into a coma. He had been hospitalized since July 16, 2015.

Prior to his death, Sondang was a student at a tourism academy. He was one of four people believed to have been served methanol-laced drinks at the Kuta, Legian café.

Earlier, Kevin Villy Kaudrow (23), also from Manado, and believed to have drank at the same café, died on Saturday, July 18, 2015 at the Sanglah General Hospital in Denpasar. Also dead is a female Russian national, Bulgakova Iulia (28), who died at Sanglah General Hospital on Tuesday, July 14, 2015, also after having drank at the same café.

Autopsies performed on the bodies on Kaudrow and Bulgakova show signs of methanol poisoning that included hemorrhaging of the brain and signs of oxygen depravation.

Meanwhile, a fourth victim of the contaminated drinks, Maikel Mamangkey, also from Manado, remains hospitalized and in a coma at the Siloam Hospital in Kuta.

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