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Om Swastiastu, may Gods bless you all!

That is among the questions we are regularly asked recently. Why the-matic, is the following one.

We know most publications take their own theme and color. Some focuses on dining, outdoors, spa and retreat, destina-tions, sport or a combination of them, like Indonesian very popular dish, nasi campur, where a plate of rice is completely com-bined with a slice of meat, chicken, fi sh, tofu, tempeh, vegetable, soup, crackers, and last but not least, a fairly—or often extremely—hot sambal. Bali Trend Edvertiser features a new horizon in publishing a magazine, that is picking up only one theme for each edi-tion. After studying the market thoroughly, we came up with a 24 themes ranging from dining, wedding, shopping, outdoors, sports, destinations, as well as transporta-tion, communication, cultural trips, water sports, to list some. Apparently, putting 24 themes in different 24 publications would requires a long period of time. Thus, we shrink, or more accurately compress, them into twelve. The complete list is on page ……. The twelve themes, however, may change or shift, depending on what is being the trend on the island. Because we mean to promote and advertise what is the most preferred theme our readers, you, opt for.

Thus, for example, as this edition is focusing on hotels, villas, and accommo-dation, you may fi nd an array of stories on the island accommodation system, its feature, history, and the reason behind the development, ranging from the most expensive and highly to the least, yet the most popular way of living, the Dutch-bor-rowed word of indekost, that is to stay in a room on a monthly basis (in de kos wonen, P…..). As most visitors to Bali wish to learn something the island highly respected cultural tradition, Bali Trend is proud to feature the parallel editorial stuff focus-ing on Bali traditional practice related to the theme. For example, P….., features a story of the coconut tree being the highly respected tree that no single building may built higher than the highest possible tree.Only one, very different article beyond the thematic editorial plan always appear in each edition. That is our open page for any discussion on environmental issues. Going green in the talk of the day, and we wish to walk the talk, not talk the walk, or worse enough, talk the talk. Our mother earth is facing a serious catastrophic dilemma, our environment is surrounded by abun-dant plastic waste, and the atmosphere is hugely challenged by the endless emission of carbon. The used-to-be popular term ‘whitewater’ rafting no longer represent its name, rather they call them now as rafting, because the rivers, even in a dry

season where no torrential rain fl ooded the waterways, no longer feature clean water, but rather brown water. We all have the equal responsibil-ity to save the beloved nature, by at least working from our own surrounding and practice. In this respect, we invite any of you to share you experience and knowl-edge related to environmental issue and movement. Enjoy your time on Bali and share your good times and experience to your friends and neighbors as you arrive back home.Om shanty-shanti-shanti om… May peace be upon us all!


Supardi [email protected]

Editorially Speaking

Our team at Bali Trend Edvertiser, Dewi (graphic designer), Agung (distribution),

Yanni (administration), Supardi (managing editor), Ngurah (distribution)

What’s Thematic?

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Managing DirectorNi Made Eka Mahadewi, S.Sos, [email protected]

Managing EditorSupardi Asmorobangun

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Four Seasons RunFour Seasons Bali in Jimbaran hosted its third

Hope for Life, an inspirational fun walk and bike ride for Bali people battling with cancer. The par-

ticipants enjoyed a 5-kilometer fun walk or 21-kil-ometer bike ride on a bright Sunday morning.

Hope for Life, formerly known as Terry Fox Run, is inspired by the courageous story of Terry Fox,

a Canadian teenager who was diagnosed with bone cancer and eventually lost his right leg. In

1980, with only one leg, he set out to run all across Canada for a cancer research. Terry Fox run was

a worldwide fund raising campaign to fight for cancer.

Four Seasons Resort Bali, Jimbaran, 0361-701010. www.fourseasons.com

Turtle Campaign ContinuesNikko Bali Resort & Spa continues its much adored turtle recovery effort, releasing their last batch of naturally-hatched 104 baby turtles to the mother ocean last month. It was the resort’s sixth release this year, bringing a total of more than 400 baby turtles within the period of four months.Bali’s warm, white sandy beach is favored by green turtles to lay their eggs. Numerous beaches including Nusa Dua, Tanjung Benoa, Kuta, Kedonganan, Serangan Island and Pemuteran and Perancak in West Bali are among the most visited sites.Nikko Bali Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua, 0361-773377, www.nikkohotel.com

Discovering October FestBringing the authentic Bavarian beer drinking tradition to Bali, the Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel & Villas hosts its annual October Fest, 30 Sept through to October 2.“In Munich more and more people are celebrating October Fest by the end of September, as they moving away from the chilly winter. That’s among the reason this year we start the party by the end of September,” said Discovery general manager, Urs Klee. “October Fest is more than just beer drinking tradition. It’s a cultural exchange, musical performance, good food and so much more. So attractive is the party that each three-week long event attracts roughly five million visitors worldwide,” he said.Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel & Villas, Jalan Kartika Plaza, Tuban, 0361-751067, www.discoverykartikaplaza.com


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New Kuta Golf celebrates its fourth anniversary

with a three times shotgun tournament scheduled

to be held on October 1. Beside the local golfers,

the event would attract major holidaying players

from Indonesia and abroad.

Since its operation in 2007, New Kuta Golf has

held various national as well as international

tournaments, including Indonesia Open 2009,

Ladies Indonesia Open in March 2010 and Bali

Open in 2010. Last year, the course was voted as

the country Leading Golf Resort 2010/2011 from

Indonesia Travel & Tourism Award.

New Kuta Golf, Pecatu Indah Resort, Jalan Raya

Uluwatu, Jimbaran, 0361-8481333,



Four Year Golfing On

Nusa Dua Convention Center OpensNusa Dua Bali Convention Center is a newly opened convention and meeting facilities featuring a large venue capable of accommo-dating 5,000 participants. Located just within a walking distance from the existing Bali International Convention Center (BICC), the NDBCC boast a massive venue for meeting, incentive, convention and exhibition facili-ties.The massive hall can be divided into several, smaller section, each function room is equipped with the latest communication sys-tem including a wireless access for all band-widths and a conference system and audio-visual equipments. Also available as the in-house kitchen production to cater any types of F&B events, a bonded warehouse facility, a medical room, a business center, and a parking area for 600 cars.

Nusa Dua Bali Convention Center, Nusa Dua, 0361-773000, www.baliconventioncenter.com

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Courtyard Switched On The newly opened Courtyard Bali Nusa Dua was the venue for the newly launched switch-on imagination, the duo-flavored Dunhill advertising campaign. The night was fully orchestrated with various games and a performance by the island’s most acclaimed contemporary dancer, Nyoman Sura.

The Switch-on Imagination, featuring a themed black and green color night, offers two taste in one piece, the classic and menthol flavor.

Courtyard Bali Nusa Dua, Nusa Dua Complex, 0361-3003888

As reported by Bali Update (www.baliupate.com), The 18th World Travel Awards (WTA) were presented re-

cently in Bangkok, Thailand to members of the world’s

travel and tourism industry deemed to be the highest achievers via 183,000 votes cast by travel col-

leagues drawn for 160 countries.VIPs, senior tourism leaders, captains of industry and international media

travelled from over 30 nations across Asia and Australasia to attend the WTA Asia & Australasia Ceremony 2011 held at the Dusit Thani Bangkok.

The Bali-based products winning honors in Bangkok were St. Regis Bali Resort named Asia’s Leading Luxury Resort, Banyan Tree as Ungasan Asia’s Leading Resort Brand, Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali as Indonesia’s

Leading Golf Resort, St. Regis Bali Resort as Indonesia’s Leading Hotel, AYANA Resort and Spa Bali as Indonesia’s Leading Resort as well as

Indonesia’s Leading Spa Resort.


Bali Properties Win Top World Travel Awards

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Nusa Dua Beach Hotel was the first five star establishment in Nusa Dua, built in mid 1970s and has received worldwide accolades and special recognitions, one among them is for being the only Bali’s beachside resort with bullet-proof presi-dential suite.It’s mainly because of the facility that it’s attracted world most influential men in their era, including American Presi-dent Ronald Reagan, French Francois Mitterrand and German Helmut Kohl, to mention a few.

Nusa Dua Beach Hotel, Nusa Dua, 0361-771210, www.nusaduahotel.com

Nusa Dua Beach Hotel New Lobby

Nusa Dua Beach Hotel recently launch The Lobby. It combines a reception with Nusa Dua’s first and only late-night lounge bar. Renowned Indonesian architect and interiors experts Hadiprana oversaw the design. The firm, known for its use of cultured and crafted spaces, recently opened an office in Bali.As such, The Lobby incorporates authentic Balinese touches in a lounge bar and veranda setting, with an ergonomically sensitive interior. This extends onto a visually striking outside area where visitors can enjoy the chilled ambience and evocative views over the resort and the ocean.


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Not even a royal palace, tra-ditionally belonging to the wealthiest families on the

island, had ever built a multi-storey building. Because human, as Balinese believe, even if he is a king or a queen or an important Hindu priest, should never reside above the other, and especially not within nor above the gods’ realm, that is the temple. Any Hindu shrine is sup-posed to be the highest-positioned struc-ture anywhere in a housing compound. The main reason for this is the belief that human is considered dirty. Until someone is passing away in a religiously respected manner, and his/her body ash

is properly administered so that it will no longer interfere the soul journey to heaven, living human is considered as a dirty creature in their process of cleaning themselves from sin and wrongdoings, thus should never step above the other, and especially above the gods. The only exception was rice barn, which, in effort to avoid mice invasion, is built above four pillars, separated from other building, Indeed, a rice barn is specially de-signed for storing only the staple grain, a highly praised daily foodstuff believed to be the reincarnation of goddess of prosperity, Dewi Sri, among the most

honored goddesses for its influence in wealth and health. Thus when then President Soekarno, facilitated by the Japanese (World War II) fund relief, built what today is the highest ever hotel on the island, every-one on Bali was taken aback. Shocked and traumatized, the Balinese govern-mental officers and religious leaders convened together to decide what would be today the hotel architectural norm. That is not to allow anyone to build any structure higher than a coconut tree. The tree maximum height is referred, in-stead of a fixed metric or other mathe-matical figure, to suggest it is a religious

Grand Bali BeachMilestone in Hotel Architectural Norm

Before the Grand Bali Beach (formerly Bali Beach Hotel) was built, less than 50 years ago, no single Balinese would ever think of building a house or any structure

consisting of more than one level.

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norm that matter, instead of economic or marketing concern. Coconut is consid-ered as the highest domestic tree which closely associated with the many Hindu ceremony. Coconut tree is believed to be the stairway to heaven, often referred as the most valued tree in any religious ceremony (see related story page XXX). The establishment of the massive ten-storey hotel also a wake up call among Balinese that tourism is a big business capable of producing multi-million dol-lar income. Since then more and more people are building their own house, villa or hotel with “However, for Balinese it is almost impossible to build such a massive establishment. Therefore they develop their own style of accommodation, the popular industry what we call today villa,” former Bali Tourism Director Gede Nurjaya said. Thus, Grand Bali Beach still is, and

very likely will be, the only building taller than a coconut tree across the is-land. “The declaration for the (building) maximum height was issued after the hotel was there, so it’s impossible to ap-ply religious rules backward. However, it’s good to learn that Bali will never allow similar scheme to happen again in the future,” Mr Nurjaya said. President Soekarno built this monumental hotel partly to impress Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting delegates held in Jakarta a year earlier. Sadly, the president was forced to step down during a failed coup d’état led by the communist party leaders just when the hotel was about to be opened in 1966. The Grand Bali Beach is one of the three monumental buildings funded by the Japanese WW II compensation fund. The other two are Hotel Indonesia and the National Stadium in Jakarta.

The 10-storey hotel opened the path way for the establishment of more five star-rated resorts in the following decades. During the course of the 1970s, another four five-star hotels were built, each in Sanur, Nusa Dua and Kuta. They are Bali Hyatt in Sanur, Nusa Dua Beach in Nusa Dua and Patra Bali (formerly Pertamina Cottages) and Kartika Plaza Hotel in South Kuta. The 1980s and 1990s saw more and more international chain hotels and resorts expanding their business on Bali, including Sheraton, Hilton, Four Seasons, Nikko, Intercontinental, Aman, to mention a few. Along the course of the time hundred and hundred of private as well as well-established villas were also added to the list, helping christen the Bali in recent recent years as the island of thousands villas.

By Supardi Asmorobangun

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A very popular way of cost-effec-tive style of staying on Bali is by the ‘Dutch way’ of renting a

room for a longer period of time, usually on a monthly basis. That non-standard way of holiday is known among locals as kost or indekost. Kost (in de kost wonen) has actually nothing to do with the Dutch way of renting a room, it was a practice popu-lar during the Dutch colonial era where students stayed at a boarding house and pay the rent every certain period, usually every month. The practice is flourishing even more these days as there are more young people pursuing higher educational voca-tions outside their hometown that they have to live in their own simple facili-ties, in de kost. Unlike school boarding house where the education institution administers the system, indekost is run independently by any individual. A family who owns extra land may build indekost rooms of five or

ten, and rent each to an individual. The one who builds an extra large house with many rooms may rent any of them to an individual. The price is even cheaper since inde-kost normally is a Do-It-Yourself service system. No staff to clean nor make up your room, nor change pillow or Designed at the beginning to cater for students looking for inexpensive way of living, the practice is even more well-liked these days among low-paid and middle class workers who cannot afford to pay a proper house rent. With close to one million people working in tourism needing instant sheltering facility, major-ity of them from the low level manage-ment and daily staff, indekost is the most popular way of living, especially in the expensive area of southern Bali. Indekost room from as low as Rp 300,000 (US$ 36) per month is avail-able, featuring normally a barely empty room simply with squeezed bathroom. A fairly good indekost with standard facil-

ity would cost around US$ 100.A much more modern kost system nor-mally is run almost like a flat, featuring full range of amenities including air con-dition equipment, laundry service, cook and even gardener on call. This kind of full service indekost costs one around US$ 150 – 200. Since it is not really a commercial es-tablishment, one hardly can find indekost room fairly noticeable. You will observe plenty of cardboard or simple board sign that reads Terima Kost (indekost va-cancy) followed by telephone numbers. These signboard can be found in many smaller thoroughfares or paths. Not all indekost accept visitors, especially those in slightly rural areas outside Denpasar, Kuta, Ubud, Nusa Dua or Sanur. Although the indekost term sounds very Dutch, we’ve noticed this long-stay system is instead very popular among Australians, Russians and Brazilians, who are holidaying for a longer period pursuing surf trips or personal business.Since it is personally owned, we won’t take any picture or advertise its address here.

Supardi Asmorobangun

Indekost, Staying Cheap Dutch Way

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Envisioned by Popo Danes, Bali most respected native architec-tural guru, AUB3 is dedicated to

young architects under 30 years of age to share their knowledge, visions and experience in design and structure. In this activity the young architect is given the opportunity to present their thoughts and works of architecture to the public through non-formal presentation, fol-lowed by an informal discussion. Located at Danes Art Veranda, the young architect is given freedom to

choose their own space-in the yard, dining room, rooftop, gallery, or most preferred one, under the big trees; the place where the gathering earns its name. They may opt for one wherever they feel most comfortable to share their stories with the audience. Through this approach, the young architect and their ideas and works of architecture get the opportunity and space to communicate with a wider audience: both general audience and audiences from the field of architecture.

Learn Bali’s Architecture from the Gurus

Ever wish to learn the unique traditional or modern architecture of and on the island? The regular archi-tectural gathering, Architects Under Big 3 (AUB3) is an architectural presentation and discussion held on the first Friday evening of each month in Denpasar where everyone shares their vision and knowledge in a relaxed outdoor setting.

AUB3 has been set to be one of the IAI (Bali Architect Association) monthly agenda, and each participant who works professionally as an architect will get a certificate from the IAI Bali which can be acquired at AUB3 in the next edition.

No admission applies, but RSVP re-quired.Danes Art Veranda, Jl. Hayam Wuruk No. 159, Denpasar, 0361-242659 www.popodanes.comPhotos courtesy Danes Art Veranda

A young designer expalining his architectural work in a relaxed atmosphere under big trees, so did how

the gathering is known

A young designer expalining his architectural work in a relaxed atmosphere under big trees, so did how the gathering is known

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Such was the tradition everywhere on the island until about 50 years ago. Now the practice still stay

alive, but not in most southern part of the island where the flow of visitors made the tourism flourish, driving the land price soaring that not many fami-lies could afford to maintain vast land to build many ‘villas’ for each different family members. Outside the tourism proximities, the

villa-like housing complex still applies. Or, otherwise, it is the villa industry that follows the Balinese housing fashion; a landscape of individually placed build-ings separated one to another by green scene. The reason behind this is simple. Balinese Hindu tradition stems from their highly respected Tri Hita Karana concepts. Literally means Reasons for Happiness, the three concepts believe

in the harmonious relations between the human and their gods, between human and their neighbors, and a good relation-ship with their environment. The three concepts are actually a single reason for everlasting happiness to exist. No single element may stand out above or separated from another. Placing each room separated one from the other allow them to fill the space in between with various flowers, the main ingredi-

From Traditional House to Villas, The Inspiring Balinese Housing Complex

Balinese traditionally do not build a massive house for the whole family members to live altogether.

They rather build a villa-like smaller room separated one from another, each is dedicated for dif-

ferent group of ages. The respected parents live separated from children in a respected compound,

as well grand-parents live in different ‘villas’ away from the young, and so on.

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ent in three-time-a-day offering which means it pleases the gods. Indirectly, the various flowers that exist bring peace-fulness among the occupants. Environ-mentally speaking, the garden provides a healthy atmosphere for the whole element, and for the environment itself. It is one in the three, and vice-versa. The separated family units also suggest that everyone is encouraged to be independently responsible for their own surroundings, boosting a healthier relationship among the occupants. The smaller rooms also allow fresher air to enter every building, preventing the use of un-environmentally-friendly air-conditioned machines. Health-wise, the separated rooms also prevent particular disease to spread to other family mem-bers. Given its highly practical value, the concept is easily translated into a popular formula, favored by many visitors who opt for more privacy. Undoubtedly, such tradition is behind the motor currently driving the fast growing villas develop-ment across Bali, since it goes along with their conceptual belief.

Ismoyo Soemarlan, chairman of the Bali Villa Association (BVA), said that there are more than 1,000 commercial villas exist in Badung regency alone, each features similar scheme, that is in-dividual compounds separated one from the other. The establishment of the multi-storey building of Grand Bali Beach Hotel way back in 1966 is the trigger of the many Balinese building their own style of ac-commodation, in an attempt to com-pete with the non-resident big-capital businessmen capable of building multi-hundred of room in a single compound named hotel. Thus, a simple collection of three, five or ten villa-like buildings started to grow. This was how villa-style accommodation development keeps flourishing, as it is the way Balinese built their own house and residential. Indeed, it was part of Bali’s policy to encourage local people to build villas to support the island accommodation availability, as they won’t have big capital to built five-star rated hotels with multi hundred of rooms and complicated marketing and management strategy.

Developing villas allow each small-scale family businessmen to establish their own, local style accommodation, without having to engage with financial institution such as banks or credit consortium. Indeed, although villa develop-ment revolution only exploded in the past few decades, the seed for such already grew way back in 1920s. Tjokorda Artha Ardana Sukawati, better known as Cok Ace, who is the chairman of Bali chapter of the Indonesian Hotels & Restaurant Association (PHRI) as well as regent of Gianyar, said how his grand-grand parent, the king of today Ubud, developed their own style accommodation for visitors by utilizing his mistresses villa.

“When a Dutch journalist visited and interview him, he said that he could af-ford to The Dutch journalist was taken aback to find out that the king had over 130 mistresses, each occupied their own villa. When the king had European guests, he would ask his mistressed to come to his palace, and let the guest stay in the vacant villas. That was the way the villa-like accommodation prospered ear-lier in Ubud areas, before invading the shoreline of most of the southern coast of the island. Uniquely, modern villas established today are reminiscent of most of the old tradition, like the alang-alang grass roof, bamboo surrounding, the wooden-based structure and plain architecture and design. Thus, the most sought after and therefore the most expensive villas, is not the one with modern tile and floor-ing, instead alang-alang grass-roofed with traditional design copying the popu-lar style established over 50 years ago.

By Supardi Asmorobangun

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Experts believe that within 15 to 20 years, except if a tougher regulation and incentive are

introduced, those beautiful green vistas over a distance of 18 kilometer from Seminyak to Tanah Lot temple will to-tally lost from the sights. Bali Villa As-

sociation chairman, Ismoyo Soemarlan, is among the frontrunners in proposing a new approach in preventing the distrac-tion from happening. According to Ismoyo, providing incentive to farmers and land owners is the best way to go, if not the only solution.

Rice Field v.s Villas, could both be the Winners?Except in the dry land of the island’s southern promontory of Bukit Jimbaran, most villa development across Bali is taking up every piece of Bali legendary green rice field. Such is especially the phenomenon in the Badung area. The vast green foliage of rice paddy field right from Seminyak to Tanah Lot on the southwestern side of the island is slowly loosing its greenery, turning itself into unrestrained appearance of country houses and luxury villas here and there.

“I spoke to many of those farmers, learning how much they earn, how much they pay for the costs. Unbelievably, they earn much and much less from planting rice than renting the land for villa or other establishments. “Thus unless the government provide

Cruising across rice field - one among Bali authentic, yet threatened, attractions

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incentive for them to maintain their rice fields, we will see them keep selling or renting their land in exchange of thriving dollars,” Ismoyo said. “The area of Seminyak was until 20 years ago a collection of rice fields the same as Perean, Munggu and Canggu today. Since there is no such a control, today we could hardly see rice field somewhere around here. The same phenomenon could happen to other part of Bali, except if the government and the business people work together to find a solution,” Ismoyo said. Bali Villa Association is working with the government to help prevent the phenomenon from happening. In other area, BVA also works to help increase the government income from tax from the many thousands of villas. Formerly out of the reach of tax payment system, since its establishment in May 2006, member of the BVA has managed con-tributed 25 billion of tax in its first fiscal year. “We expect the BVA members con-tribution through tax reach a total of Rp 150 billion this year. The figure could easily pass Rp 200 billion if all villas pay the government tax. We are working to encourage other villas to follow the our

colleague in the association to benefit the whole island. Established in May five years ago, Bali Villa Association has since been actively involved in At a special party held on Friday, May 19, 2006, the Bali Villa Association (BVA) was formally launched as a divi-sion of the Bali Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI). The association will help ease current steps to undertake a census of all villas operating in Bali by helping its members process the necessary operating permits and process the payment of taxes in con-

nection with their villa operations. Ismoyo said villa owners and operators generally wish to operate legally but are often let down by unclear regula-tions. Since only fully legal villas will be admitted to membership, the association is there to assist non members in the ap-plication and legalization process. Ismoyo believed there are more than 1,000 villas operating on Bali, half of them are operating without legal license. With larger contribution through tax, he wished t

By Supardi Asmorobangun

Garden and flowers, the very basic ingredients of villas, as well as Balinese housing com-pound

Ismoyo Soemarlan - the chairperson of the Bali Villa Association expects the villa tax contribution

to reach Rp 200 billion in 2011

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Martin and Jack were invited to Bali in 1973 by Architect Kerry Hill who had just completed the Sanur Hyatt hotel and needed help to document the second stage of development.

The project was abandoned while Martin and Jack were in transit over the Java Sea. They arrived and were given the task of supervising a Guest House within the famous “Batu Jimbar” housing compound. The experience of living in Batu Jimbar Sanur with neighbours such as artist Donald Friend and Wija Waworuntu, owner of Tanjung Sari Hotel, as well as experiencing the work of Kerry Hill and Peter Muller was embryonic, resulting twenty years later in Martin and Jack’s architectural solution for Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay. Both Martin and Jack moved on from Bali in 1973 and toured Asia and Europe. They worked in London for three years before returning to Perth in 1978. Martin commenced private practice and applied his design skills principally to Residential Architecture and achieved, among other successes, two Western Australian Institute of Architects design awards. Jack practised architecture singularly and in partnership and obtained broad skills in civic/environmental design and administration. This experience culminated in a major conservation consultancy for several buildings in Fremantle’s historical west end area. Jack’s concern for the architectural environment of Fremantle Western Australia led to his election as an alderman of the city.

Aussie Duo Set Villa’s Benchmark

Australian architects Martin Grounds and Jack Kent set Bali’s most distinguished architectural landmark when the duo completed their work, the Four Seasons Bali in Jimbaran in 1993. Beyond everyone expectation, Martin and Jack succeeded in adopting every elements of Balinese village struc-ture and housing compound in a way that only the brilliant would ever be able to do it.

The ambience of Balinese culture and design

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When friend and colleague Graham Harler approached Martin and Jack to prepare a time share design for a site in Bali, they jumped at the chance and spent the best part of eighteen months working on the project. However, like so many offshore projects, it foundered for lack of funding and the site was sold to a Japanese group as a five star plus hotel site. The Balinese gods must have been watching, because the Japanese company that purchased the site invited Martin, Jack and Graham to participate in a lim-ited international architectural competi-tion for the new project. Martin and Jack applied their experi-ence of Balinese culture and architecture to the steep hillside site and “blitzed” the competition to win the job and the part-nership Grounds Kent Harler Architects was established to complete the architec-tural consultancy for the project. Having completed Four Seasons Re-sort Bali at Jimbaran Bay project, Martin Ground and Jack Kent have established a permanent working relationship under the name Grounds Kent Architects. A new office has been opened in Bali in addition to their Australian office in Fremantle. They are looking forward to a successful future specialising in boutique resort projects and anything that exploits their high design content hands on ap-proach to architecture.

Here are some of the resort’s unique features that set itself apart from then the peers, such features that soon be copy-pasted by many, in the following roar of villa development.

1.The design brief prepared by Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts called the proposed hotel, Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay, to reflect the ambience of Balinese culture and design with requested standards to place the hotel in the “World’s Best” category.

2.The Balinese culture forms a fundamental part of the solution contributing to the hotel design. Three important areas of Balinese village planning are the Village Square, the Courtyard House and the Village Lane, all of which are utilised in the planning framework for the project.

3.The hotel has been laid out as a series of villages surrounding the central facilities build-ing. Within each village is a village square surrounded by 20-25 courtyard units. The courtyard unit, in the manner of a traditional Balinese house, contains a series of pavilions within a courtyard enclosure - an open living/dining pavilion and enclosable air-condi-tioned bedroom and bathroom pavilions.

4.To complement the Balinese planning approach, traditional materials and building forms are used throughout the hotel. In this way, the guest is introduced to the delight and intri-cate detail of Balinese construction and architecture.

5.The site is located in Jimbaran Bay, approximately 10 minutes drive from Kuta Beach and the International Airport. Unlike existing coastal tourist development in Bali, which is generally set within the flat coconut grove coastal strip, this site is set on a steep slope rising to 147 feet (45 meters) above the waters of Jimbaran Bay, affording unrestricted unique views across Jimbaran Bay to Mount Agung, the physical and spiritual centre of Bali.

6.The typical courtyard unit is designed as a reflection of a traditional Balinese house, consisting of three pavilions within a walled courtyard entered through a traditional court-yard gate. The courtyard is landscaped with paths and planting areas creating a beautiful garden setting. The courtyard walls are high on three sides, providing privacy with the fourth side having the wall omitted and replaced with a low stone balustrade or planting bed. Every unit features a plunge pool at the front. The steep slope of the site affords every courtyard unit an ocean view.

7.The design of the buildings and their integration into terracing of the site provides the opportunity to create one of the finest Balinese landscapes. This project has attempted to provide some understanding of Balinese architectural form and to give to the buildings the elegance and delight found in traditional Balinese architecture. The master plan cre-ated Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay in a manner that is a reflection and micro experience of Bali itself.

Courtesy Four Seasons Bali, Jimbaran, 0361-701010 www.fourseasons.com

Set on a steep slope rising to 147 feet (45 meters) above the waters of Jimbaran Bay, with views across Jimbaran Bay to Bali’s tallest peak of Mount Agung

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So Neil, what was the motivation behind you opening Xclusive Property?

I saw a gap in the market for what I would describe as a proper Real Estate Agent. What I mean by that is a company which actually sold bricks and mortar real estate. At the time there was an ex-plosion of off plan properties being sold, but no one was focusing on the resale market. Our core business is still stand alone villas and nothing gives me more pleasure than helping someone finding their dream home.

What do you like to think makes XP different?

Firstly the amount of due diligence we do before a listing even reaches our website. You may be surprised but over 50% of the properties we are asked to list don’t make it through our process. There could be nothing worse for a person finding their dream villa only to find out that there is some documentation missing preventing the sale from completing. Secondly we work just as hard for our sellers as we do for out buyers and we try to maintain transparency at every level.

How has the Bali property market changed in the last 4 years?

Well the amount of real estate agents have increased immensely, which is something I don’t mind at all. Selling real estate in Bali, contrary to belief isn’t easy. There is no financing as such for foreigners and ownership laws create their own set of problems. Many other

Xpanding Xclusive Property opened their doors for business in July 2007, since then they have gone on to be one of Bali’s premier Real Estate Agents. We caught up with Neil from XP for a quick chat.

agents will come and go but we have grown steadily over the past 4 years. Off plan proper-ties have become less popular with foreign investors. Most of these guys will be spending hundreds of thousands of dollars of their own money and they want to see something tangible for their money.

Are you saying devel-opments have had their day?

No not at all, however I do feel devel-opers are becoming more responsible. Take Sea Sentosa for example, almost 3 hectares of land but only 70 Apartments, they are creating infrastructure like res-taurants and a shopping piazza, the actual apartments take up less than 30% of the overall land. Nirwana Golf and Country Club will be re developing soon and they have worked incredibly hard to limit the effect on the environment. These guys have won numerous environmental awards and are striving to maintain this. Condotel’s have sprung up all over the place and these are still very popular with Indonesian investors, guys like The Wuku offer excellent investments. Five years ago any Tom, Dick or Sally with a piece of Land re invented themselves as a developer. Off plan investments do offer good value, however people want to deal with companies with a proven track record.

What makes Bali such a popular place for property? How long have you got?And for the future?

I think Local and National Government are slowly moving in the right direc-tion regarding infrastructure, proposed new roads, airport expansion and the newly introduced bus system are steps in the right direction. Some people see development as a bad thing, but think about it, Bali will have over 2 million foreign visitors this year, a figure which doesn’t include the largest of all visi-tors the domestic market. Personally I see things moving up the east and west coasts, we already have this in Canggu and I think the same will happen on the east coast soon. Finally Indonesia as a whole continues to grow, we are seeing growth in interest in Lombok, Sumba, Sumbawa and even Komodo…… watch this space!

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Hosted by the Center for Inter-national Forestry Research (CIFOR), the conference

provided a platform for 1,000 leaders of Indonesia’s government, business community and civil society, as well as foreign donors, to discuss the future of the forests, the third-largest tropical for-est in the world.

“I will continue my work and dedi-cate the last three years of my term as President to deliver enduring results that will sustain and enhance the environment and forests of Indonesia,” Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said at the conference. “If it weren’t for the benefits that our forests provide, then our way of life, our people, our economy,

President Dedicates to Protect Rainforest

our environment and our society would be so much the poorer.” “Our success in managing our forests will determine our future and the op-portunities that will be available to our children.” Indonesia is losing about 1.1 million hectares of its forests each year. Most of it is due to unsustainable logging that includes the conversion of forests to plantations for palm oil and the pulp and paper industry. It is also partly due to large-scale illegal logging, which is esti-mated to cost Indonesia about $4 billion annually. “We must change the way we treat

Indonesia’s President Susilo BambangYud-hoyono vowed to dedi-cate the last three years of his administration to safeguarding his na-tion’s rainforests—a pledge that received broad support at a ma-jor conference in Jakar-ta last week.


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our forests so that they are conserved even as we drive hard to accelerate our economic growth,” the President said. “I do not want to later explain to my granddaughter Almira that we, in our time, could not save the forests and the people that depend on it. I do not want to tell her the sad news that tigers, rhinoc-eroses, and orangutans vanished like the dinosaurs.”

In his speech, the president reiterated a 2009 pledge to cut Indonesia’s green-house gas emissions by up to 41 percent from business-as-usual levels by 2020 _ a vow only achievable if the forests are safeguarded. Globally, deforestation accounts for up to 20 percent of greenhouse gas emis-sions. In Indonesia, however that figure is up to 85 percent, Yudhoyono said. This makes the country one of the highest emitters in the world. Norway has committed up to US$1 billion to help Indonesia meet its emis-sions reduction target, and in May this year the Indonesian government issued a two-year moratorium on new forestry concessions. “Norway is proud of the partner-ship with Indonesia,” Erik Solheim, Norway’s Minister for the Environment and International Development, said at the conference. “We strongly encourage other countries to support the work that

President Yudhoyono and the govern-ment of Indonesia is doing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. President Yudhoyono is now one of the foremost statesmen leading the international fight to combat climate change.” It is predicted that up to US$30 billion could flow from developed to developing countries each year to help facilitate significant reductions in defor-

estation, and Indonesia could potentially claim a significant share of these funds through REDD+, a global mechanism for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation, as well as the conservation and sustainable manage-ment of forests, and the enhancement of forest carbon stocks. Indonesia is one of the countries with the most REDD+ demonstration activi-ties in various stages of development, and Indonesia has been an early partici-pant in various bilateral and multilateral initiatives to prepare for REDD+ imple-mentation at the national level. In addition to potential funding op-portunities through REDD+ in coming years, Indonesia has a range of options available to reduce the pace of deforesta-tion, while at the same time expanding agricultural production to guarantee food security targets and promote economic growth. This includes focusing future agricul-

tural development on so-called degraded land, rather than clearing rainforest to make way for plantations or developing carbon-rich peatland. The government could also support a push for agricultural intensification – increasing yields per hectare, which are currently relatively low. “While there are some ‘win-win’ opportunities to reconcile forest manage-

ment to meet both global and domestic objec-tives, there will also be some trade-offs that will require leadership from government, business, and civil society to determine the best way forward for Indonesia in a manner that is trans-parent and fair,” said Frances Seymour, CI-FOR Director General. As part of his push to safeguard the forests, President Yudhoyono called on Indonesia’s captains of industry to

adopt more sustainable forests manage-ment practices. “I call upon our business leaders, par-ticularly those in the palm oil, pulp wood and mining sectors, to partner with us by enhancing the environmental sustain-ability of their operations,” the President said. “I ask you to join me in pledging to safeguard this national treasure for the sake of our children. ”The President’s pledge received widespread support from conference attendees. “I am pleased to be here at the Forests Indonesia Conference because the UK recognizes the importance of climate change in Indonesia. We are pleased to be supporting the government of Indo-nesia’s work to meet its internationals climate change commitments,” said Jim Paice, UK Minister of State at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

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Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) Cultural Park, located in Bukit Ungasan, Jimbaran, a few

kilometers from both the airport and the resort of Nusa Dua, project was to build the landmark for Bali and Indonesia tourism. The statue Garuda Wisnu Ken-cana be as a part of a culturally theme park inspired by Bali and complete with amphitheater, museums and other facili-ties for international culture exchange. The progress of the construction to build the 140 meters high statue of Garuda Wisnu Kencana is still going a head to be finished. For now, the statue has only the 15% of the statue at a height of 22 meters, exhibited at GWK Cultural Park, as the figure of Dewa Wisnu since 16th December 1999. The idea grew in the hands of sculp-

tor Nyoman Nuarta, who discovered a new technique, subsequently patented, for constructing very large statue. The technique was proven to have a 40% higher level of efficiency than conven-tional technique. The dimensions of the statue make this thing could be seen from various tourist centers, like Kuta, Sanur, Benoa, Nusa Dua and Tanah Lot. Its attraction was enhanced, to turn it into an alternative facility, by developing the area into a cultural park. From time to time, the general debate surface on the reciprocal connection be-tween culture and tourism are considered to be mutually contradictive. Bali tourist industry is existed as a result of Bali’s cultural attraction, and for this reason tourist industry will always be a part of Bali’s cultural industry. With this as

general framework, The Garuda Wisnu Kencana Foundation presented Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park. There are two reason of it, first, the art must be able to live from the art themselves which are organized under professional management and closely connected to the tourist industry. And second, the cultural park as such must function as commercial tourist infrastructure with the ability to build up an individual and self-supporting art industry cycle. Through Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, international relations and cultural exchanges can be composed, promoting artists from home as well as abroad. In the context of international cultural communications, the GWK will contain an international arts forum equipped with database on all arts poten-


GWK, a Landmark of Indonesian Tourism

Wisnu the god of caretaker

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tials throughout the world in all arenas of activity. Garuda Wisnu Kencana Expo 2000, exhibited the site plan of the whole project. This stage consisted of Plaza Wisnu, Plaza Garuda, Lotus Pond, Am-phitheater, Street theater, supporting area for Restaurant they are Jendela Bali and Berandas Restaurant. Most of all venues in GWK has experienced to held many international and large scale event such like music concert, gala dinner and the other various particular occasion The 22 meter high Wisnu statue exhibited here at The Plaza Wisnu. Visitors can watch the structure of the statue, closely, and in future this statue will be projected as the highest statue in the world, with 140 me-ter height. At this place, coincidentally, on the top of the lime-stone hill, was found spring water source which is sacredly by people surrounding as the holy water, and it belived can gives a spir-itual senses, and also the particular meaning for the Garuda Wisnu Kencana area itself. Then, local people asked to make Pad-masana (symbolize of holy place to pray for Balinese-Hindu) in this area, which is called Parahyangan Somaka Giri.. Nowadays, GWK performing free cultural performance for the visitor, which performed every hour started from 09.00 AM until 18.00 PM. The Amphitheater with total capacity 700

will be enliven everyday with various recital such as Balinese Dance, Barong and Kris Dance, and also Kecak Dance Collaboration which performed in the evening started from 18.00 PM and packed in different way of show. Beside that, there also equipped with a place for enjoying adventure sense

and rush moment in Outbound ground, by swinging in the wire in Flying Fox through the limestone rock, riding ATV in our special track and ride Segway for sightseeing Lotus Pond area or explor-ing through adventure track to see Wisnu Hand Statue in Tirta Agung. GWK also endowed with panoramic restaurant in Jendela Bali Resto which offers various local or international selected menus for Lunch or dinner. Lo-

cated in the top of the hill, this place will present a spectacular ambience and mag-nificent view of Northern Bali. It surely, becomes a suitable venue for celebrating special moment such as romantic dinner, wedding, gala dinner or another particu-lar occasion.

Garuda Wisnu Kencana ParkJalan Raya Uluwatu, Pecatu, Jimbaran 0361-703603

Jendela Bali - the panoramic resto overlooking the dramatic view of the island’s main part

The garuda plaza

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Balinese Architectural Blueprint

The fact that plenty of villa buildings are copy-pasting the architectural design of Balinese traditional housing compounds and village structure simply proofs that the way Balinese design their houses and housing complexes benefit the occupants to a very high standard.

One among the significant issues in a Balinese house is the vital area to pro-mote and maintain the highly respected Tri Hita Karana concept, that is a house that encourage a balanced, harmonious relation between human and their gods, among human and between human and their environment. For these purpose, the house and the courtyard is split into three different spaces. The first, most impor-tant part is an area for the existence of a temple, dedicated for the almighty god, often called utama, or top priority. The second part is considered as madya or secondary, that is the all area for the occupant-related business, and the last is nista, or low level, is the area for animal pen and toilet-related purpose.

Between these sections of buildings, flowers and various kind of trees are planted, where a three time of a day of-fering consist most of, a gesture respect-ing the almighty gods.

Thus, wherever a house is built, the first space where a temple is located would be accommodated in the section closer to and facing the island most referred mother temple of Besakih in the side of the island highest peak, Mount Agung. For any house built around the southern part of the island like Denpasar, Sanur, Ubud, Jimbaran, Bangli Gianyar, such a temple area would be on the north-eastern section. Thus, when a house is facing north or east, the temple would be located in the front yard. Whereas, when

the house is facing west or south, it is the toilet and animal pens which are located in the front courtyard.

Such is also the rule in a village design concept. For example for Denpasar area, a village temple is positioned at the northeastern end of the perimeter, while the cemetery is on the opposite end of the village area. For a north Bali vil-lage, the temple would be instead on the southeastern part, and the animal pen in the northwestern section. Undoubtedly, Balinese living in the easternmost part of Bali would place the house elements in the totally opposite way, for they live on the eastern side of the island mother temple of Besakih.

Such a difference and independency from one village to another is called desa kala patra, where each village has their own rules.

Yet, for a house, the philosophical idea goes deeper than this. For the good rela-tions between the inhabitants, such an architectural design is set in a way that make everyone considers the house as it is a palace.

The most significant element out of this is the design of the entrance gate. In many traditional housing complexes, a smaller, un-split gate is constructed with a three or five stairways up reaching the height right at the gate opening, and stepping down again to the courtyard. Why does someone have to step up and down only to enter a house yard? The reason is simple. One needs to value and respect a house as it is a palatial ground. You set your face up to admire the gate and the house, and set your chin down as you step inside the gate. Thus, one enters the yard in a gesture respecting the house, setting her/his head down.

According to Balinese highly regarded architectural handbook, asta kosala-kosali, the division of a house is set hori-zontally and vertically into three main sections, beyond the utama – madya – nista concept relative to the direction. For the vertical division, the human body is applied as comparison, with the roof relative to head (utama, top section), the wall and structural pillar relative to chest and abdomen (madya, secondary), and floor and the courtyard relative to legs (nista, lower part).

Horizontally, a house is divided into three section according to its perimeter. Outside the closed gate is jaba, meaning outside, the area within the courtyard is jaba tengah, or in between, and the house itself is the utama, the main building.

Considering the importance of wall and closed gate for every house, the Balinese actually enjoy privacy, beyond their communal tradition. Or in their defini-tion, a communal in their social behav-ior, and personally independent in their own space.

Such a norm also is rule the in the vil-lage architectural blueprint, as each com-munity is bound by the village institu-tion, independently organized and ruled by their own established institutional bodies.

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AirPort InformationP: 751 011-ext. 5123

Police : 110 Ambulance : 118 Fire Department : 113 SAR : 115/151/111 PLN : 123


Aesthetic Clinic (Sayan Aesthetic Institute)Jl. Penestanan, Sayan, Ubud, BaliP: +62 361 972 648F: +62 972 632www.aestheticbali.com

Bali Chiropractic Centre (BCC)Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai, Gang Langlang Buana No. 4, KutaP: +62 361 767 177

Bali 911 Dental ClinicJl. Patimura No. 9 denpasarP: +62 361 249 749

ChiropractorJl. Kajeng 35, UbudP: +62 361 974 393

Darma Usada Public hospitalJl. Pb Sudirman, No. 50, DenpasarP: +62 361 227 560

International Tourist Medical ServiceJl. Legian-Kabuki Shopping, KutaP: +62 361 240 730/767 488

Mahkota Medical CentreKuta Galeria Blok PM 1 No. 11Jl. Patih Jelantik-Kuta, BaliP: +62 361 769 062www.mahkotamedical.com

PENTA Medical ClinicJl. Teuku Umar Barat-Malboro No. 88, DenpasarP: +62 361 744 6144

RSAD Jl. Sudirman, Denpasar P: +62 361 228003

RS Dharma Yadnya Jl. WR. Supratman Tohpati, Denpasar Telp. +62 361 224729 ( Open 24 Hours )

RS Puri Raharja Jl.Gianyar, Denpasar P: +62 361 237437, 222013

RSUP Jl. Kesehatan Selatan 1 Sanglah, Denpasar P: +62 361 227911

IRD RSUP Jl. Kesehatan Selatan 1 Sanglah,

Denpasar P: +62 361 227991,226035 (Open: 24 hours) RS Saidharma Jl.Tukad Unda No. 1, Renon - Denpasar P: +62 361 227220

RS Wangaya Jl. Kartini, Denpasar P: +62 361 222141

RS Bhakti Rahayu Jl. Gatot Subroto, Denpasar P: +62 361 430245 RSUD Kapal Jl. Raya Kapal, Badung P: +62 361 427218

RS Dharma Usada Jl. Sudirman 50, Denpasar P: +62 361 227560

RSU Manuaba Jl.Hos.Cokroaminoto 28, Denpasar P: +62 361 226393

RSJ Bina Atma Jl.Hos.Cokroaminoto, Ubung - Den-pasar P: +62 361 225744 RS Surya Husada Jl.P.Serangan 1-3 , Denpasar P: +62 361 233786, 233787 RS Prima Medika Jl.P.Serangan , Denpasar P: +62 361 236225

RSB Kasih Ibu Jl. Teuku Umar, Denpasar P: +62 361 223036

BIMCJl. Simpang Dewa Ruci Kuta - Badung P: +62 361 761263

Merdeka Medical Center ( MMC ) Jl. Merdeka Renon, Denpasar P: +62 361 233790

RS Graha Husada Jl. HOS Cokroaminoto, Denpasar P: +62 361 426492

Klinik SOS Gatotkaca Jl. Gatotkaca, Denpasar P: +62 361 223555 ( Open 24 hours )

PMI Badung Jl.ImamBonjol, Denpasar P: +62 361 236305

White Lotus ChiropraticIstana Kuta Galeria, Valet 2 No. 5-6Jl. Raya Patih Jelantik, KutaP: +62 361 769 004


Air Asia ( AK )Jl. LegianP: 0361-760 116, 755 799

Air FranceGrand Bali Beach Hotel Room # 1105Jl Hang Tuah P: +62 361 288 511Terminal Keberangkatan - TubanP: +62 361 755 523

Air New ZealandWisti Sabha Bldg 2nd Fl, Ngurah Rai Airport, Tuban. P: +62 361 756 170 F: +62 361 754 594

Airport Cargo Airport International Ngurah RaiP: +62 361 751 471 F: +62 361 752 218Gg Murai 18, P: +62 361 432 896

Ansett AustraliaGrand Bali Beach HotelJl Hang Tuah Sanur 80001P: +62 361 289 635 - 289636 F: +62 361 289 637Airport International Ngurah Rai P: +62 361 755 740

British AirwaysGrand Bali Beach Hotel Jl Hang Tuah P: +62 361 288 511

Bouraq Indonesia Jalan Sudirman 19A, Denpasar, BaliP: +62 361 223 564

China Airlines ( CI )Wisti Sabha Building, 2nd Floor - Ngu-rah Rai International Airport

Cathay Pacific ( CX )Wisti Sabha Building, 2nd FloorNgurah Rai International AirportP: +62 361 766 931F: +62 361 766 935

Continental Airlines ( CO )Wisti Sabha Building, 2nd FloorP: +62 361 754 856, 757 298 F: +62 361 757 275

EVA Air ( BR )Wisti Sabha Building, Ground Floor - Ngurah Rai International AirportP: +62 361-759 773, ext.5308F: +62 361-756 488

Garuda Indonesia ( GA )Grand Bali Beach HotelP: 288243Natour Kuta Beach, P: +62 361 751 179Nusa Dua, P: +62 771 864, 771444 Jl Melati 61, P: +62 227 825 Hotel Nusa Dua Beach, P : +62 361 772 231 Jl Kapt Mudita 2, P : +62 234 913 Jl Kepundung 21, P: +62 233 853 Jl Pantai Kuta, P: +62 751 179 Jl Srikarya 1, P: +62 228 916Ngurah Rai International AirportP: +62 361 751 011 ext.5204F: 0361-751 177

Japan Airlines ( JL )Jl. Raya Kuta No: 100X TubanP: +62 361 757 077, 764 733F: +62 361 757 082

Korean Air in BaliThe Grand Bali Beach Hotel Garden Wing Rm 1121 & 1123 PO Box 275P: +62 361 289 402 F: +62 361 289 403

KLM Royal Ducth AirlinesWisti Sabha Bldg, Ngurah Rai Airport P: +62 361 756 126 F: +62 361 753 950

LTU International Airways Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai 87X. P: +62 361 286 441

Lufthansa German AirlinesHotel Bali Beach, Ph. 287069 Lauda AirGedung PAJ, P: +62 361 758 686Airport Ngurah RaiP: +62 361 753 207

Lion Air ( JT )Phone: +62 361 763 872

Merpati Nusantara AirlinesJl. Melati No: 51 DenpasarPhone: +62 361 235 358

Malaysia Airlines ( MH )Ngurah Rai International AirportPhone: +62 361-757 294, 764 995

Mandala Airlines ( RI )Ngurah Rai International AirportPhone: +62 361 751 011

Ngurah Rai International AirportP: +62 361 768 358, 768 360, F: +62 361 768 369Royal Brunei AirlinesWisti Sabha Building, Ngurah Rai International AirportP: +62 361 757 292F: +62 361 755 748

Singapore Airlines ( SQ )Ngurah Rai International AirportP: +62 361 768 388F: +62 361 768 383Jl. Dewi Sartika No.88 DenpasarP: +62 261 666

Thai Airlines in BaliWisti Sabha Building, 2nd Floor Room # 19, Ngurah Rai AirportP: +62 361 754 856Grand Bali Beach Hotel Sanur P: +62 361 288 141 F: +62 361 288 063

Qatar Airways ( QR )Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel - Jl. Kartika Plaza Kuta-BadungP: +62 361 752 222F: +62 361 753 788Grand Bali Beach HotelJl. Hang Tuah Sanur-DenpasarP: ++62 361 288 331

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AUSTRALIAMr. Bruce CowledAustralian ConsulateJalan Tantular Renon No. 32 Denpasar, Bali 80324P: +62 361 241 118 F: +62 361 241 120E: [email protected]

BRAZILMr. Aureo Renato Vianna FilhoHonorary ConsulAddress:C/- By The Sea StoreJl. Raya Legian No. 186, Kuta 80361P: +62 361 757 775,F: +62 361 751 005E: [email protected]

BRITISHMr. Mark WilsonBritish Honorary ConsulCat and Fiddle RestaurantJalan Mertasari No. 2 SanurP: +62 361 287 804F: +62 361 270 601E: [email protected]

CHILEAN CONSULATEMr. Bernard HaymozJl. Pengembak Gg. 1 Nr. 3 Sanur 80827, Bali - IndonesiaP: +62 361 281 503F: +62 361 285 216E: [email protected]

CZECH REPUBLICMr. Graham JamesConsulate of the Czech RepublicJl.Pengembak 17, SanurP: +62 361 286 465F: +62 361 286 408E: [email protected]

DENMARK & NORWAYNorway ConsulateMrs. Mira Chandra Royal Danish ConsulateMrs. Loena KanginnadiMimpi Resort, Kawasan Bukit Permai, JimbaranP: +62 361 701 070 (ext 32)F: +62 361 701 073, 701074E: [email protected]

FRANCEMr. Rathael DevianneConsular Agency of FranceJalan Mertasari Gg.II No. 8, Sanur - DenpasarP: +62 361 285 485F: +62 361 286 406E: [email protected]

GERMANYMr. Reinhold JantzenConsulate of GermanyJalan Pantai Karang 17, Sanur Denpasar.P: +62 361 288 535, 288826, F: +62 361 288 826 E: [email protected]

HUNGARYMs. Gabriella CristofoliHonorary Consul C/- MarinturJl. Bypass Ngurah Rai No. 219, SanurP: +62 361 287 701F: +62 361 735 232

ITALYMr. Giosepe ConpessaHonorary Vice Consulate of ItalyLotus Enterprise BuildingJalan Bypass Ngurah RaiP: +62 361 701 005F: +62 361 701 005E : [email protected]

JAPANMr. Kaora HattaConsulate Office of JapanJalan Raya Puputan, No.170 Renon P: +62 361 227 628,F: +62 361 231 308E: [email protected]

MALAYSIAMr. Feisol HasyimHonorary ConsulAlam Kulkul Boutique ResortJl Pantai Kuta, Legian, Bali 80030P: +62 361 752 520 / 766 373,F: +62 361 766 373E: [email protected]

MEXICOMr. I Gusti Bagus YudharaHonorary Consulate of MexicoPuri Astina BuildingJalan Prof. Moh. Yamin 1-A, DenpasarP: +62 361 223 266F: +62 361 244 568E: [email protected]

NETHERLANDSMr. Al Purwa, MBAConsulate of The NetherlandsJalan Raya Kuta No: 127, KutaP: +62 361 761 502,F: +62 361 752 777E: [email protected]

SPAINMr. Amir RabikHonorary Consulate of SpainKomplek Istana Kuta Galeria Blok. 2 No. 11P: +62 361 769 286,F: +62 361 769 186E: [email protected]

SWEDEN & FINLANDMr. Ida Bagus Ngurah WijayaConsulate of Sweden and FinlandSegara Village HotelJalan Segara Ayu, Sanur 80228Opening hours : Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 - 13P: +62 361 282 223,F: +62 361 282 211Emergency : +62 8179723658E: [email protected]

SWITZERLAND & AUSTRIAMr. Jon ZurchenKompleks Istana Kuta Galleria

Blok Valet 2 No. 12 Jl. Patih Jelantik - 80361 KutaP: +62 361 751 735F: +62 361 754 457E: [email protected]@denpasar.wasantara.net.id

SWISSMr. Jon ZurcherConsulKompleks Istana Kuta Galeria (former Central Parking)Blok Valet 2 No. 12, Jl. Patih Jelantik, KutaP: +62 361 751 735,761 511,F: +62 361 754 457E: [email protected]

THE ROYAL THAI CONSULATEMr. Peraphon PrayooravongHonorary ConsulMr. Poramate KhemwongthongConsular OfficerJl. Puputan Raya No. 81, Renon Den-pasar 80235P: +62 361 263 310F: +62 361 238 044E: [email protected]

REPUBLIC DEMOCRATIC TIMOR LESTEMr. Manuel SerranoConsul GeneralJalan Prof. Yamin No. 4, Renon Den-pasarP: +62 361 235 093,F: +62 361 235 092E: [email protected]

UNITED STATES OF AMERICAMr. Joshua Andrew TothConsular Agency of the United States of AmericaJalan Hayam Wuruk 310Tanjung Bungkak Denpasar 80235P: +62 361 233 605, F: +62 361 222 426Email : [email protected]


Museum of BaliJl. Letkol Wisnu, DenpasarP: +62 361 222 680

Museum Le MayeurJl. Hang Tuah, SanurP: +62 361 286 164Open Saturday to Thursday; 8am - 4pm, Friday 8am - 1.30pm

Neka Art MuseumJl. Raya Campuhan, UbudP: +62 361 975 074Open Daily; 8am - 5pm

D’topeng KINGDOMJl. Setiabudi 10, Simpang Siur KUTA (Behind Dewa Ruci Skate Park)P: +62 361 764 777 (Hunting)+62 361 361 3030 E: [email protected] www.dtopengkingdommuseum.com

Agung Rai Museum of ArtJl. Pengosekan, UbudP: +62 361 974 228Open Daily; 9am - 6pm

Puri Lukisan MuseumJl. Raya Ubud, UbudP: +62 361 975 137Open Daily; 8am - 4pmRudana MuseumJl. Cok Rai Pudak 44, UbudP: +62 361 975 779Open Daily; 8am - 4pm

Museum Subak(Museum of Balinese Irrigation System) Jl. Raya Kediri, TabananP: +62 361 810 315Open Daily; 9am - 5pm

Museum PasifikaBTDC AREA BLOCK P Nusa DuaP: +62 361 774935E: [email protected]

Museum NekaJl. Raya Campuhan, UbudP: +62 361 975 639

Rudana MuseumJl. Cok Rai Pudak 44 Peliatan, ubudP: +62 361 975 779F: +62 361 975 091

Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA)Jl. Pangosekan, UbudP: +62 361 976 659F: +62 361 974 229

Museum SubakJl. Gatot Subroto, Ds. Sanggulan, Kediri, TabananP: +62 361 810 315

Museum BaliJl. Mayor Wisnu, DenpasarP: +62 361 235 059, 222680F: +62 361 222 680

Museum Le MayeurJl. Hang Tuah, SanurP: +62 361 286 201

MUSEUM OF FINGERPRINT PAINTINGSJl. Hayam Wuruk 175, DenpasarP: +62 361 235 115

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Alam Kul - Kul Bali Jalan Pantai Kuta, Legian, Bali – Indonesia 80361Ph: (62-361) 752520, Fax. (62-361) 752519, E: [email protected]

Adhi Jaya (3 Stars)Kartika Plaza St, KutaBali , IndonesiaPhone: 0361 - 756884, Fax: 0361 - 753607E-mail. [email protected]://www.adhijayahotel.com/

Adi Dharma CottagesJl. Raya Legian, Kuta, Bali, IndonesiaPh: 62 361 751527; Fax:62 361 753282Email : [email protected] http://www.adidharmahotel.com

Alila ManggisDesa Buitan, ManggisKarangasem, Bali 80871 IndonesiaPh : +62 363 410 11; Fax : +62 363 410 15E : [email protected]://www.alilahotels.com/manggis

Alila UbudDesa Melinggih Kelod, PayanganGianyar, Bali 80572IndonesiaPh : +62 361 975 963; Fax : +62 361 975 968E : [email protected]://www.alilahotels.com/ubud

Alila Villas SooriBanjar Dukuh, Desa Kelating,Kerambitan, Tabanan, Bali 82161IndonesiaPh : +62 361 894 6388; Fax: +62 361 894 6377 E : [email protected]://www.alilahotels.com/soori

Alila Villas UluwatuJl Belimbing SariBanjar Tambiyak, Desa Pecatu 80364Bali, IndonesiaPh : +62 361 848 2166; Fax : +62 361 848 2188E : [email protected]

Amaris Reservation Centre Ph: (62-21) 27 000 27Fax: (62-21) 27 003 50Email: [email protected]://www.amarishotel.com/

Anantara Seminyak Resort & SpaJl. Abimanyu (Dhyana Pura)Seminyak, Bali, IndonesiaPh: +62 361 737773; Fax: +62 361 737772Email: [email protected]://bali.anantara.com

Anini Raka Resort & Spa Jl. Raya Tjampuhan, Ubud, BALI 80000P: +62 361 975213F: +62 361 972909http://www.aniniraka.com

Annora Villas BaliJl. Abimanyu No. 999X Seminyak ~ Kuta ~ Bali 80361 ~ IndonesiaPh: +62 (361) 734 793; Fax: +62 (361) 736 111Email: [email protected]://www.annorabali.com

ARMA MUSEUM & RESORTJalan Raya Pengosekan Ubud, P.O Box 9696, Bali 80571, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 975742, 976659Fax: +62-361 975332E: [email protected], [email protected]://www.armaresort.com/

Astana Kunti Jl. Dewi Saraswati III No. 39 Seminyak, Bali - IndonesiaPh: +62 361 737911; Fax.: +62 361 737044 E: [email protected]

100 Sunset Boutique HotelJl. Sunset Road no. 100, Kuta, Bali – IndonesiaPh: +62-361-766500 Fax: +62-361-8477329

E: [email protected]

Aston at Grand Kuta Hotel and ResidenceJl. Dewi Sri no.8 Legian, Kuta 80361Bali – IndonesiaPh: +62-361 3000888, Fax : +62-361 3000999E: [email protected]

Aston Bali Resort & SpaJL. Pratama No. 68X, Tanjung BenoaNusa Dua 80363B a l i - I n d o n e s i aPh: +62 (0) 361 773 577; Fax : +62 (0) 361 774 954Email : [email protected] : www.astonbali.com

ASTON DENPASAR HOTEL & CONVEN-TION CENTERJl. Gatot Subroto Barat No. 283Denpasar 80231 Bali - IndonesiaPh: +62 361 411 999, Fax: +62 361 422 [email protected]://www.astondenpasar.com

Aston Fave HotelJl. Teuku Umar No. 175-179, DenpasarBali 80113, IndonesiaPh: 0361-8422299/232894, Fax: 0361-247788/232894

Aston Inn TubanJl. Kediri No. 5 Tuban Bali 80361, IndonesiaPh: 0361 - 762828; Fax: 0361 - 762829

ASTON KUTA HOTEL and RESIDENCEJl. Wana Segara No. 2-5, Kuta 80361 Bali - IndonesiaPh : +62 361 754 999; Fax : +62 361 765 506E : [email protected]://www.astonkuta.com

ATHENA GARDEN & SPA VILLA JI. Athena II No.3 Padang Sumbu, Denpasar Barat,Seminyak Bali-IndonesiaContact-reservation : +62-361-738756 Ph/ Fax : +62-361-738756 / +62-361-738760email: [email protected] www.athenavillabali.com

AYANA Resort and SpaJl. Karang Mas SejahteraJimbaran, Bali 80364, IndonesiaPh: +62-361-702222; Fax: [email protected]://www.ayanaresort.com

Ayodya Resort Bali Jl. Pantai Mengiat, Nusa Dua 80363 - Indonesia Ph: +62 361 771102 ; Fax : 62 361 771616http://www.ayodyaresortbali.com

All Seasons Hotel Legian BaliJl. Padma Utara Legian 80361 Legian - INDO-NESIAHotel code : 5703 - Ph: +62-361 /767688Fax :+62-361 768180E: [email protected] http://www.allseasonslegian.com

Bali baliku Luxury VillaJalan Bukit Permai Nos. 5A, Jimbaran - Bali 80362 Denpasar - Bali - Indonesia Ph: +62 361 701 848 ; Fax: +62 361 701 847 E-mail: [email protected]

Bali Desa SuitesBlok T, Kawasan Wisata Nusa Dua - Bali 80363P.O. BOX 182 . Bali IndonesiaE: [email protected]

BALI COCONUT HOTEL Jl. Padma Utara, Legian, Kuta - Bali – Indonesia Ph : +62 361 754122 Fax : +62 361 754121 E: [email protected]

Bali Dynasty ResortJl. Kartika, P.O. Box 2047, Tuban 80361 South Kuta, Bali-IndonesiaPh: +62-361-752403; Fax: +62-361 752402

E: [email protected]

BALI DUTA WISATA BEACH INNJalan Benesari Kuta 80361, Bali IndonesiaPh: +62-361 753534http://www.pawongan.com/bali-duta-wisata-beach-inn/

Bali Hai Resort & SpaPh: +61 8 91913100Fax: +61 8 91913133E: [email protected]

BALI HYATTP.O. Box 392, Sanur,Bali, Indonesia Ph: +62 361 28 1234 ; Fax: +62 361 28 7693 E: [email protected]://bali.resort.hyatt.com

Bali Kuta Resort by Swiss-BelhotelJl. Majapahit Mo. 18 KutaBali 80361, Indonesia Ph: +62-361 762 818; Fax : +62 361 756 678http://www.swiss-belhotel.com/Indonesia/Bali/balikutaResort

BALI MANDIRA BEACH RESORT & SPAJl. Padma No.2 - Legian, Kuta - Bali - IndonesiaPh: +62 361 751381Fax: +62 361 752377E: [email protected] www.balimandira.com

Bali Mulia VillasJl. Khresna No. 88 Legian, Bali, 80361Ph:+62 361 745 4129; Fax:+62 361 735659http://www.muliavillas.com

Bali Niksoma Boutique Beach ResortJalan Padma Utara Legian Kaja, Legian-BaliPh: +62 361 751 946; Fax: +62 361 753 587E: [email protected]

Bali Palms ResortJl. Candi Dasa, Nyuh Tebel Manggis - Amlapura Bali 80581Ph: +62 363 42191 (Hunting) 42192, 42193Fax: +62 363 42194www.balipalmsresort.com

BALI RANIJl. Kartika Plaza , Kuta, Bali 80361 - Indonesia, P.O.BOX 1034 TubanPh : +62 361 751369 Fax : +62 361 752673E: [email protected]@baliranihotel.comhttp://www.baliranihotel.com

Bali Rich Luxury Villa & Spa SEMINYAKJl. Mertanadi no. 29, Br. Mertanadi Seminyak, Kuta – Indonesia, 80361Ph : +62 361 731468 - 9 ; Fax: +62 361 731470E: [email protected] [email protected]. Pantai Matahari Terbit - By Pass Sanur – Indonesia, 80227Ph: +62 361 731468 - 9; Fax: +62 361 731470E: [email protected] Raya Kedewatan, Br. Tangga Yuda, Ubud 80361, Gianyar, Bali - IndonesiaPh: +62 361 971 999 ; Fax: +62 361 970 999E: [email protected]@balirichvillas.com

Bali Spirit Hotel and SpaPO BOX 189, Nyuh Kuning VillageUbud 80571 Bali, Indonesia Ph: +62-361 974013, Fax : +62-361 974012E: [email protected]://www.balispirithotel.com

Bali Tropic Resort & SpaP.O. Box. 41 Jl. Pratama 34A, Nusa Dua, Bali (80363) IndonesiaPh: +62 361 772130 Fax: +62 361 772131Email: [email protected] Website: www.balitropic-resort.com

Banyan Tree Ungasan Jl. Melasti, Banjar Kelod

Ungasan, Bali 80364 INDONESIAPh : +62 361 300 7000; Fax : +62 361 300 7777E : [email protected]://www.ungasanbaliresort.com

BANYAN TREE HOTELS & RESORTJl. Melasti Kelod, UluwatuBali, Indonesia 80364Ph: +62 361 300 7000 Fax: +62 361 300 7777E: [email protected] http://www.banyantree.com

Barong Bali HotelJl. Legian Poppies II - Kuta 80361 Bali - Indonesia. Ph: +62-361-751804, +62-361-7428888 Fax: +62-361-761520 E: [email protected] www.barongbalihotel.com

BENEYASA I BEACH INNPoppies Lane II, Kuta 80361Bali IndonesiaPh: +62-361 754 180, +62-361 755 469http://www.pawongan.com/beneyasa-i-beach-inn/

BERRY HOTELJl. Raya Dewi Sri I No 16 Kuta, Bali 80361 IndonesiaPh: +62 361 300 7070; Fax : +62 361 300 7171E: [email protected]

BEST WESTERN RESORT KUTAJalan Kubu Anyar 118Banjar Anyar Kuta - 80361 IndonesiaPh: +62 361 767000 ; Fax: +62 361 767575 E: [email protected]

Bhanuswari Resort & SpaJl. Tengkulak UbudPh: +62-361-947831,947835 ; Fax: +62-361-954111E: [email protected]://www.bhanuswariresort.com

BHAVA PRIVATE VILLAJl. Pangkung Sari, Banjar Taman SeminyakKuta-Bali 80365, aindonesiaPh: +62 361 730 533; Fax: +62 361 730 143E: [email protected]

Blue Point BayVillas & SpaJl.Labuansait - Uluwatu, Pecatu, Bali 80364, Indonesia.Ph: +62-361 769 888, 3009729 ~ 31 (Hunting),Fax: (62-361) 769 889 , 3009728E: [email protected]://www.bluepointbayvillas.com

Bulgari Hotels & ResortsJalan Goa Lempeh, Banjar Dinas Kangin Uluwatu, Bali 80364 – IndonesiaPh: + 62 361 8471000; Fax: + 62 361 8471111http://www.bulgarihotels.com

BVilla+SpaJl. Braban Seminyak 3Bali , IndonesiaPh: +62 361 - 736 826; Fax: +62 361 - 734 740http://www.bvilla.com

C151 SeminyakJalan Laksmana no. 151 Seminyak, Bali 80361 IndonesiaPh: +62-361-739151 | Fax +62-361-737258 E: [email protected]://seminyak.c151.net/DreamlandJalan Pemutih Labuhan Sait, Uluwatu Pecatu, Bali 80364 IndonesiaPh: +62-361-8957551 Fax +62-361-8957550 E: [email protected]://dreamland.c151.net/

CANDI BEACH COTTAGEMendira beach, Sengkidu, Candi Dasa, KarangasemP.O. Box 3308 Denpasar Bali 80033, IndonesiaPh: +62-363 41234; Fax: +62-363 41111E: [email protected]://www.candibeachbali.com


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CASA BIDADARIJl. Bidadari 1 no. 15 Seminyak, BaliPh: +62 361 925 9003E: [email protected]@themasayuvilla.comwww.casabidadari.com

CASA PADMA SUITESJl. Padma - Legian - Kuta - Bali - Indonesia Ph:+ 62-361 753073; Fax:+62-361 755925E: [email protected]

Champlung Mas LegianJln. Melasti Legian Kuta Bali - Indonesia Ph: +62 361 751580; Fax: +62 361 751869E: [email protected] www.champlungmaslegian.com

Champlung Sari HotelJalan Monkey Forest, P.O.Box 87 ,Ubud 80571 Bali - Indonesia Ph: +62-361 975418; Fax:+62 361 975473 E: [email protected]://www.champlungsariubud.com

Club Bali @ Jayakarta Bali Residence Jl. Werkudara 526 Legian - Bali Bali , IndonesiaPh: +62-361 752840, Fax: +62-361 751637

CONRAD Bali Resort & SpaJalan Pratama 168 Tanjung BenoaBali, 80363, Indonesia Ph: 62-361-778788E: [email protected]://conradhotels1.hilton.com

Courtyard Bali Nusa DuaKawasan Pariwisata Lot SW1 · Nusa Dua Bali, 80363 IndonesiaPh: 0361.3003888, Fax: 0361.3003999http://www.marriott.com

D’djabu Villas Jalan Braban No. 46, Br. Taman - SeminyakBali - IndonesiaPh: +62-361 3184246 ; Fax. +62-361 734666 Mobile. (+62)81 236 501 501E: [email protected]

The Dampati VillasJl.Segara ayu no.8Sanur-Denpasar 8022Bali - Indonesia. Ph: +62 361 288 454 (hunting)Fax: +62 361 287 265

De Munut CottagesJl, Penestanan, Ubud 80571, Gianyar, Bali, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 975039; Fax: +62-361 977152E: [email protected]://www.munutbungalows.com/

dekutaPoppies lane 2, no: 8Kuta BeachPh: +62-361 753880; Fax: 62-361 [email protected]://dekuta.com

Desa Seni, A Village ResortJl. Subak Sari #13Pantai Berawa, Canggu - BaliPh: +62-361 844 6392E: [email protected]

Desamuda VillageJl. Raya BasangkasaSeminyak Kuta , Bali- IndonesiaPh: +62-361 812933, Fax: +62-361 813956

Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel Jl. Kartika Plaza, PO BOX 1012, South Kuta 80361 Bali, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 751067 Fax: +62-361 753988www.discoverykartikaplaza.com

Dhyana Pura Beach Resort Jalan Abimanyu - Seminyak, 80361Ph: +62-361 73 0443www.dhyanapura.com

DIVINE VILLAS Kuta Poleng Arcade D-5, KutaBali - Indonesia 80361Ph : +62 361 759609/759668Fax :+62 361 759610

E: [email protected]://www.divinevillasbali.com

DIWANGKARA HOLIDAY VILLA BEACH RESORT & SPA SANUR BALIJ1. Hangtuah No. 54, P.O. Box 3120 Denpasar Sanur Beach, Bali, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 288 577 Fax: +62-361 288 894 E: [email protected]://www.holidayvillahotelbali.com

THE DREAMLAND LUXURY VILLAS Ph : +62 361 708199 ; Fax : +62 361 708168E : [email protected]://www.dreamland-villa.com

EASY SUITEJl Dewi Sri I Legian, Bali 80361 - IndonesiaPh: +62 361 8947382 | +62 361 8947383Fax: + 62 361 8947381Email: [email protected]://www.eazysuites.com

Fare Ti’i (Villa Ti’i Bali)Jl Pantai Pererenan, Canggu, BadungBali , IndonesiaPh: +62 361 881 7979 , Fax: +62 361 848 2640Four Seasons Resort at Jimbaran BayJimbaran, Denpasar 80361, Bali, Indonesia Ph: +62-361 701010 ; Fax:+62-361 701020Four Seasons Resort at SayanSayan, Ubud, Gianyar 80571, Bali, Indonesia Ph: +62-361 977577 ; Fax +62-361 977588

Fourteen Roses Beach HotelJl. Melasti Intan Lane No.1 BaliBali , IndonesiaPh:+62-361-759998/759990, Fax:+62-361 758991

Furama Villas & SpaBanjar Bindu, Mambal, Jalan Raya Mambal - Ubud. PO. Box 134 - Ubud 80571, Badung, Bali - Indonesia.Ph: + 62 361 89 88 688, Fax: + 62 361 89 88 689http://furamavillasandspa.com

Furama Xclusive Villas & Spa (Villa)Banjar Bindu, Mambal 8 Jalan Melati Ubud Bali 80571, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 8988 688, Fax: +62-361 8988 689

Gayatri VillaBanjar Baung, Desa SayanBali , IndonesiaPh: +62-361 - 972 333Fax:+62-361 972 666E: [email protected]

GENDING KEDIS Luxury Villas & Spa Estate Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera 100Y, Jimbaran Bay, Bali, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 708906; Fax.+62-361 708905E: [email protected]

Goodway Hotels & Resort Nusa Dua Bali Jalan Dalem Tarukan, No. 7 – Taman MumbulNusa Dua IndonesiaPh: +62 361 773 808 Fax: +62 361 773 737 / 773 800E: [email protected]://www.goodwaybali.com

Grand Istana RamaJl. Pantai Kuta, 80361 Bali IndonesiaPh: +62-361 752208; Fax :+62-361 754 852E: [email protected]. http://grandistanarama.com

Grand Jimbaran Boutoque Hotel & Spa Jl.Uluwatu II No.180 JimbaranBali , IndonesiaPh: +62-361-3007838, Fax: +62-361 3008887

Grand Mirage Resort Jl. Pratama 74 Tanjung Benoa, Bali 80363, IndonesiaPh: +62 361 771888; Fax. 62 (361) 772148www.grandmirage.com

Green Field Hotel and RestaurantJl. Pengosekan Ubud - Gianyar 80571Bali - IndonesiaPh: +62-361 975 798Fax: +62-361 977 200E: [email protected] http://www.greenfieldubud.com

GRIYA SANTRIANJl. Danau Tamblingan 47 Sanur - Bali - Indonesia P.O. BOX 3055 Denpasar Bali - IndonesiaPh : +62 - 361 288181 Fax : 62 - 361 - 288185 E : [email protected] www.santrian.com

Hard Rock Hotel BaliJalan Pantai, Banjar Pande Mas,Kuta, Bali, IndonesiaPh: +62 361 761 869; Fax: +62 361 761 868http://bali.hardrockhotels.net/

HARRIS Hotel TubanJl. Dewi Sartika, Tuban, Bali 80361, IndonesiaPh: +62 361 765 255, Fax: +62 361 766 258E: [email protected]

HARRIS Resort Kuta BeachJl. Pantai Kuta, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia Ph: +62 361 753 868 Fax: +62 361 753 875E-mail: [email protected]

HARRIS Hotel & Residences Riverview Kuta Jl. Raya Kuta, No. 62A, Badung Bali - Indonesia 80361Ph: +62 361 761 007, Fax: +62 361 761 006E: [email protected]

Harrads Hotel & SpaJl. Bypass Ngurah Rai 888, Sanur, DenpasarBali (80228) - IndonesiaPh : +62 361 722 071; Fax: +62 361 722 174E: [email protected]@harradshotel.comwww.harradshotel.com

Holiday Inn Resort BarunaJl. Wana Segara 33 TubanBali 80361, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 755 577, Fax: +62-361 754 549

Respati Beach Hotel PO. BOX. 3223 Denpasar 800228Ph: +62-361 288427Fax: +62-361 288046E: [email protected]@indo.net.idwww.respatibeachhotel.com

Hotel Tjampuhan SpaJl. Raya Tjampuhan P.O. Box 198Ubud, Bali 80571 IndonesiaPh: +62 361 975368; Fax: : +62 361 975137

Hotel Vila LumbungJl. Raya Petitenget 1000x Bali, IndonesiaPh: +62 361 4730 204; Fax: +62 361 4731 106E: [email protected]

Hotel WidaJl.Melasti 36 Bali , IndonesiaPh: +62-361 759866, Fax: +62-361 755121http://www.widahotel.com

INNA BALIJl. Veteran No.3 Denpasar 80111 - P.O.Box 3003 Bali - Indonesia. Ph: +62-361 225681 ( Hunting )Fax :+62-361 235347 E : [email protected]

Inna Grand Bali BeachJln. Hang Tuah Sanur - Bali 80032 Ph : +62-361 288511; Fax : +62-361 287917E: [email protected]

INNA KUTA BEACH Jl. Pantai Kuta 1, Kuta PO.Box 3393, Denpasar 80361 Bali - Indonesia Ph: +62-361 751361; Fax : +62-361 751362 E: marketing deptwww.innakutabeach.com

Inna Putri BaliHotel, Cottages & Spa P.O. Box. 1 Nusa DuaDenpasar 80363, Bali IndonesiaPh: +62-361 771020; Fax: +62-361 771139E: [email protected]

Inna Sindhu Beach Jl. Pantai Sindhu NO. 14Bali , Indonesia

Ph: +62-361 288531; Fax: +62-361 289268E: [email protected]://www.innasindhubeach.com

Intercontinental Bali Resort Jl. Uluwatu 45, Jimbaran, Bali 80361, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 701888, Fax: +62-361 701777http://www.intercontinental.com

J Boutique HotelJl. Kartika Plaza No. 20 KutaBali , IndonesiaPh: +62-361 761888; Fax: +62-361 755352www.jboutiquehotel.com

Kamandalu ResortJl. Tegallalang, Banjar Nagi Bali , IndonesiaPh: +62-361 975825; Fax: +62-361 975851www.kamandaluresort.com

Kamuela Villa BaliJl. Bali Deli 88 - Seminyak BaliBali 80361, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 7800535, Fax: +62-361 767323http://www.kamuelavillas.com

KANISHKA VillasJalan Kunti 8Y, Seminyak, KutaBali 80361 Indonesia. Ph: +62-361 733870Fax: +62-361 738144E: [email protected]://www.kanishkavillas.com

Karma Jimbaran ResortJalan Bukit Permai, Jimbaran BayBali 80362, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 70 88 00; Fax : +62-361 70 88 46E: [email protected]

Karma Kandara (Villa)Jalan Villa Kandara, Banjar Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan, Bali, 80362 IndonesiaPh: +62-361 8482200 /+62-361 8482202 (Central Reservation Direct Line); Fax : +62 361 828 2244E: [email protected]@karmaresorts.comhttp://www.karmakandara.com

HOTEL KARTHI Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta Beach, Bali -IndonesiaPh: +62-361-754810 (hunting)Fax +62-361-751708E: [email protected]://www.hotelkarthi.com

Keraton Jimbaran ResortJalan Mrajapati, JimbaranP.O. Box 2023, Bali, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 701961; Fax : +62-361 701991E: [email protected]@keratonjimbaranresort.com

The Kind Villa Bintang Resort Jl. Pratama, Tanjung Benoa Nusa Dua 80363, BALI - INDONESIA Ph: +62-361 772010Fax: +62-361 772009 [email protected]

KOKONUT SUITSJalan Petitenget 88, Kerobokan - BaliPh: +62 361 4735 933; Fax : +62 361 4736 692E: [email protected]://www.kokonutsuites.com

KOMANEKAKomaneka at Rasa Sayang Jalan Monkey Forest Ubud, Gianyar 80571, Bali, IndonesiaPh: +62 361 975491 Fax: +62 361 971955Komaneka at Bisma Jalan Bisma Ubud, Gianyar 80571, Bali, IndonesiaPh:+62-361 971933; Fax: +62-361 971955Komaneka at TanggayudaBr. Tanggayuda, KedewatanUbud, Gianyar 80571, Bali, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 978123 Fax:+62-361 973084Komaneka at Monkey Forest Jalan Monkey Forest Ubud, Gianyar 80571, Bali, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 976090 Fax: +62-361 977140Email:Sales: [email protected]: [email protected]


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KORI UBUDJalan Raya Sanggingan18 Tjampuhan, Ubud, Bali 80571IndonesiaPh: +62-361 972487Fax: +62-361 972486Email: [email protected]

Kupu-Kupu Barong UbudKedewatan, PO BOX 7 80571 UBUDBali IndonesiaPh:+62-361 975 478Fax: +62-361 975 079www.kupubarongubud.com

Kupu-kupu Jimbaran Jl bukitPermai (Jl Four Season)Br Persalakan Jimbaran Bali , IndonesiaPh: +62-361 703342Fax: +62-361 704 449http://www.kupuresorts.com

Kumala PantaiJl. Werkudara, Legian Kaja, KutaBali - IndonesiaPh: +62-361 755500Fax: +62-361 755700www.kumalapantai.com

Kuta Beach ClubJl. Pantai Kuta Po Box 3226Bali , IndonesiaPh: +62-361 751261, Fax: +62-361 752895

Kuta Lagoon Resort and Pool Villas Jl. Raya Legian 363, Legian - Kuta, Bali 80361, Ph: +62-361 750888, +62-361 750815E: [email protected]://www.kutalagoonresort.com

KUTA PARADISO HOTEL - BALIJl. Kartika Plaza, PO Box 1133, TubanKuta, Bali, Indonesia.Ph: +62-361 761 414. Fax: +62-361 756 944E: [email protected] [email protected]://www.kutaparadisohotel.com

Kuta SeaviewJalan Pantai Kuta, Kuta Beach Bali-IndonesiaPh: +62-361 751961; Fax: +62-361 751962E: [email protected]

Kuta Station Hotel & Spa Jalan Kartika Plaza 8x KutaBali , IndonesiaPh: +62-361 758828, Fax: +62-361 758829

La Beau Kunti VillaJl Kunthi II Seminyak, Bali 80361, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 737158; Fax: +62-361 737131http://www.labeaukunti.com

LavenderJl. Bypass Ngurah Rai No. 7 Kuta - BaliBali , IndonesiaPh: +62-361 752961, Fax: +62-361 755679

Le Jardin Boutique Villa Jl. Sarinande 7Bali 80361, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 730165; Fax: +62-361 730166E: [email protected], [email protected]://www.legrandebali.com

Maca Villas & Spa Seminyak Jl. Lebak Sari No.7 Petitenget, SeminyakBali 80119, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 739090, Fax: +62-361 739088

Mara River Safari Lodge at Bali Safari and Marine ParkJl. Bypass Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra Km. 19,8 Gianyar 80551 - Bali - IndonesiaPh: + 62-361 950 000 (hunting), Direct: +62-361 747 5000 Fax: + 62-361 950 555E: [email protected]

Maxi Hotel & SpaLegian street 83A, Legian Kuta

Kuta-Bali IndonesiaPh: +62-361 754082; Fax: +62-361 750792E: [email protected]://www.maxi-hotel.com

Maya Sayang BaliJl. Mertasari No. 1 Seminyak, KutaBali 80361 IndonesiaPh: +62-361 732230; Fax: +62-361 730587E: [email protected]://www.mayasayang.com

Maya UbudJl. Gunung Sari PeliatanP.O. BOX 1001 Ubud, Bali 80571 IndonesiaPh: +62-361 977 888; Fax: +62-361 977 555E: [email protected]

MELIA BALIKawasan Wisata BTDC Lot 1, 80363Nusa Dua - Bali INDONESIAPh: +62-361 771510; Fax: +62-361 771362E: [email protected]://www.meliabali.com

MELIA BENOA - ALL INCLUSIVE RESORTJl. Pratama Tanjung Benoa P.O. Box 52 Nusa Dua - Bali 80363, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 771714 Fax: +62-361 [email protected]@meliabenoa.com

Melka HotelJl. Raya Kalibukbuk, Lovina - Bali IndonesiaPh: +62-362 41562 ,+62-362 41552Fax: +62.362.41543www.melkahotelbali.com

MIMPI BOUTIQUE RESORTSDIVE CENTRES & SPAS BALIMimpi Resort MenjanganBanyuwedang, Northwest Bali - IndonesiaPh: +62-362 94497: Fax: +62-362 94498E: [email protected] Resort TulambenTulamben, Northeast Bali - IndonesiaBali - IndonesiaPh: +62-363 21642; Fax: +62-363 21939E: [email protected]

Nandini Bali Jungle Resort & SpaBr. Susut, Desa Buahan, Payangan, GianyarBali - Indonesia Ph: +62-361 982 777 ; Fax: +62-361 982 727 E: [email protected]://www.nandinibali.com

Natura Villa Resort & SpaUbud 80571 Bali , IndonesiaPh: +62-361 978666Fax: +62-361-978222 E: [email protected]

New Kuta Condotel Kawasan Pecatu Indah Jl.New Kuta Condotel Bali 80364, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 8484 555, Fax: +62.361.8484 545http://www.newkutacondotelbali.com

Nikko Bali Resort & SpaJl. Raya Nusa Dua Selatan, PO BOX 18 Nusa Dua 80363, Bali - IndonesiaPh: +62-361 773 377; Fax: +62-361 773 388http://www.nikkobali.com

NIRMALA HOTELJl. Uluwatu II No. 10 Jimbaran, KutaDenpasar - Bali-Indonesia 80361Ph: +62-361 704209, Fax: +62-361 704209http://www.nirmalahotel.com

Novotel Benoa BaliJl. Pratama Bali , IndonesiaPh: +62-361 772239; Fax: +62-361 772237http://www.novotelbalibenoa.com

Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & SpaKawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot Nort 4, Po Box 1028 Nusa Dua, Bali 80361, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 771210; Fax: +62 361 772617http://www.novotelnusaduabali.com

Ocean Blue Hotel BaliJl. Raya Kampial, Nusa Dua 80363Bali, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 776 700; Fax: +62-361 774 555www.oceanbluehotelbali-nusadua.com

O-CE-N Bali by OutriggerJalan Arjuna 88 X, Legian, Kuta-Bali 80361, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 737400; Fax: +62-361 737 408http://www.outrigger.com

Oberoi Hotel & Resort Seminyak Beach, Jl. Kayu Aya, DenpasarBali 3351 , IndonesiaPh: +62-361 730361; Fax: +62-361 730791E: [email protected]

Padma ResortJl. Padma No. 1, Legian - Bali 80361INDONESIA Ph: +62 361 752 111; Fax: +62 361 752 140http://www.padmaresortbali.com

Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort Jl. Ry Tanah Lot, Po Box 158 TabananBali 82171, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 815900; Fax: +62-361 815901http://www.panpacific.com

Parigata Resort & Spa Jalan Danau Tamblingan 87, Sanur, Bali, Indonesia P.O. Box 3708, DenpasarPh : +62-361 286286Fax. : +62-361 286288E : [email protected]@[email protected]://www.parigatahotelsbali.com

Pat-Mase VillasJl. Karang Mas Sejahtera 100X, Kawasan Bukit Permai, Jimbaran Bali 80364, IndonesiaPh: +62 361 708708, Fax: +62 361 - 708712E: [email protected]://www.pat-mase.com

Pelangi Bali Hotel & SpaJl. Dhyana Pura, Seminyak Beach - Bali 80361 Ph: +62 361 730 346 Fax : + 62 361 730 947E: [email protected] www.pelangibali.com

Pandawa HotelKartika Plaza Street, 7 A Puspa Ayu LineKuta, BaliPh: +62-361 752 387, Fax +62 361 757 777E: [email protected]

Pita Maha Resort & Spa Jl. Raya Sanggingan PO Box 198Ubud 80571 - Bali Ph: +62-361 974330, Fax:+62-361 974329http://www.pitamaha-bali.com

PULLMAN BALI LEGIAN NIRWANAJalan Melasti, Bali 80361 Legian-BaliPh: +62 361 762 500; Fax: +62 361 762 400E: [email protected]://www.pullmanbalilegiannirwana.com

Puri Bagus Candidasa P.O. Box 129 Candidasa Karangasem Bali 80572 Indonesia Ph: +62-363 41131 ; Fax: +62-363 41290 E: [email protected] www.puribagus.net

Puri Bagus Lovina P.O. Box 225 Lovina Singaraja Bali 81151 Indonesia Ph: +62-362 21430 ; Fax: +62-362 22627 E: [email protected]

PURI SANTRIANJl. Cemara 35 | Sanur - Bali - Indonesia | P.O. BOX 3055 Denpasar Bali - IndonesiaPh: +62-361 288009; Fax: +62-361 287101 E: [email protected] : www.santrian.com

Puri Saron Baruna BeachDesa Pemaron - Lovina BeachSingaraja - BaliPh : +62-362 41745, Fax. : +62-362 41252

E : [email protected]://www.purisaronlovina.com

Puri Dewa BharataNo.11 Nakula Street Seminyak, Kuta - Bali, Indonesia 80361Ph: +62-361 730425; Fax: +62-361 730437E: [email protected] [email protected] Rama Garden Hotel BaliJl. Padma, Legian - Kuta - Bali, Indonesia. Ph:+62-361 751971; Fax:+62-361 755909E: [email protected]://www.ramagardenhotelbali.com

Ramada Bintang Bali ResortJl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta. P.O. Box 1068 Tuban Bali 80361, IndonesiaPh: +62-361 753292Fax: +62-361 753288E: [email protected]://www.bintang-bali-hotel.com

Rama Beach Resort & VillasJl. Jenggala-Tuban,Kuta-Bali,Indonesia. Ph:+62-361 751557; Fax: +62-361 751768 E: [email protected]://www.ramabeachhotel.com

Rama Candidasa Resort & SpaJl. Raya Sengkidu, Karangasem, BaliPh: +62-363 41974; Fax: +62-363 41975 E: [email protected]://www.ramacandidasahotel.com

Ramada Resort Benoa Jln. Pratama 97A, Tanjung Benoa, Nusa Dua 80363, Bali - Indonesia Ph: +62-361 773 730 Fax: +62-361 773 840 E: [email protected]://www.ramadaresortbenoa.com

Ramada Resort Camakila BaliJl. Pura Bagus Teruna, Legian, Bali Ph: +62-361 752877Fax: +62-361 752870http://www.ramadaresortcamakila.com

Ramayana Resort & SpaJl. Bakung Sari, Kuta P.O. Box 3334 Denpasar, Bali - IndonesiaPh: +62-361 751864; Fax: +62-361 751866http://www.ramayanahotel.com

Resort Prima CandidasaJl. Banjar Samuh Candidasa,BaliPh: +62-363 41373, Fax: +62-363 41971

Santika Premiere Beach Resort BaliJalan Kartika Plaza, P.O. Box 1008 TubanKuta - Bali IndonesiaPh: +62-751267, Fax:+62-361 751260, 761889,E: [email protected]@santikabali.com http://www.santika.com

Sari Segara Resort Jalan Pantai Kedongan / JimbaranP.O.Box 1074 Tuban - Badung - BaliPh: +62-361 703647 / HuntingFax :+62-361 703330E: [email protected][email protected]

Semara Luxury Villa ResortJalan Pantai Selatan Gau,Banjar Wijaya Kusuma,Ungasan 80362Bali, IndonesiaPh: +62 (361) 8482111; Fax: +62 (361) 8482308E: [email protected]

The Kuta InnJl.Poppies Lane 2, Gang Mangga No.3Kuta - Bali 80361Ph: +62- 361 751694Fax: +62- 361 751694E: [email protected]

SENTOSA VILLAJl. Pura Telaga Waja, Petitenget Bali 80361Ph: +62-361 847 6659; Fax: +62-361 737 111E: [email protected]://www.balisentosa.com


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