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    A Cartoon Network theme park with water rides and wave pools is coming to Bali in 2020

    Artist impression of the park. Photo: Turner

    Bali wears many hats — it’s a honeymoon destination for googly-eyed couples and their rose-tinted lenses; its beaches are a surfer’s paradise; it’s a wellness retreat for yoga devotees. And soon, it’ll be a family-friendly vacation destination, thanks to the 2020 debut of a Cartoon Network theme park on the island.

    Mingling with Bubbles, Buttercup and Blossom? Hell, yeah. Bear hugs with the cuddly mascots of Panda, Grizzly, and Ice Bear? Sure, OK, why not. We’re adult enough to admit we still get nostalgic for cartoons. And bear hugs.
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    A Ferry Tale

    National Lawmakers Call for a Moratorium on New Ferries Licensed to Sail between Bali and East Java

    (6/3/2018)

    The large number of commercial ferries operating on the short run between Ketapang, East Java and Gilimanuk in Bali has drawn the attention of Commission V of the Indonesian Hours of Representatives (DPR-RI) charged with overseeing the transportation sector.

    Commission V is calling for an immediate moratorium on new ships licensed to operate between Java and Bali because. In the opinion of the lawmakers, there are currently too many ships working the Bali Straits.

    As reported by Balipost.com, 56 ships now sailing the Bali Straits must queue, waiting for the chance to carry vehicles and passengers. Based on loading times and length of journey, only 32 crossings can be made each day, meaning 24 ships must stand by seeking an opportunity to sail.
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    Preventing Inflation from Going Sky High

    Bank Indonesia and Bali Provincial Officials Call on Airlines to Fight Inflation by Not Increasing Air Fares During Lebaran Period

    (5/13/2018)

    Historically in Indonesia, a major source of inflationary pressures during the holiday periods is the cost of transportation. Because of this, the Bali branch of Bank Indonesia and the Bali Provincial Team for the Control of Inflation (TPID) have decided to jointly focus on controlling transportation costs during the coming fasting and Lebaran period.

    As reported by Bisnis Bali, Azka Subhan of Bank Indonesia – Bali told the press that he hoped that airlines will not unduly increase ticket prices over the holiday period. “We encourage the airlines to provide additional seats and not increase individual ticket prices in order to control inflation,” he said.
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    Copenhagen comes to Canggu: Graze on Danish delights at this cafe’s all-day brunch

    COCONUTS HOT SPOT — Just when we thought we had seen it all on this island, Danish food washed up on the shores of Bali in the form of an all-day brunch cafe near Echo Beach.

    The whole concept at Copenhagen Canggu is that diners get to put together their own brunch boards to fit their appetites and tastes.

    As you sit down, you’re handed a pink and white card broken down into six key categories: bakery, eggs, fruit & greens, dairy, meat & fish, and last but certainly not least, sweets.

    Much in the style of dim sum ordering, you tick off the boxes you want with options to take three items for IDR59k (US$4.22), five items for 89k (US$6.38), or the option to add a single item for IDR20k (US$1.43).

    You can mix and match, taking a plate from each category like with this potential three-item order: scrambled eggs with chives, a pink smoothie bowl, and Nutella with roasted rye bread.
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    How to Make a Quick Exit from Paradise

    Detailed Natural Disaster Evacuation Plans In Place for IMF-World Bank Conference in Bali, October 2018

    (4/29/2018)

    As part of the preparations for the October 2018 conference of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) – World Bank in Bali, the Udayana Military Command has undertaken special training to facilitate the rapid evacuation of conference delegates in the event of a natural disaster, such as an earthquake, tsunami, or volcanic eruption.

    As reported by Beritabali.com, the exercise code-named “Tactical Floor Game” was held on Thursday, April 26, 2018, headquartered at the Makodam IX Hall of the Bali Military Command.

    The evacuation exercise was under the command of Brigadier General Kasuri who coordinated command elements, the Army, Navy, Air Force, Bali Police, the Provincial Government of Bali and the Security teams from hotels in Nusa Dua.
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    COCO+ Giveaway: Experience a magical evening at Cuca, Bali

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    Whether you wish to cherish a magical evening with your significant other or celebrate your independent single status, we’ve got the perfect giveaway for you! Tucked in the heart of alluring Bali, Cuca offers a fine dining experience that you’ll never forget.

    Expect a luxurious dining room with peaceful private spaces, a table decorated with elegant candles and roses, a delicious welcome signature cocktail, a surprise Tasting Menu fresh from the kitchen and heartfelt touches throughout the entire evening. After all, we know that the real way to someone’s heart is through their stomach.
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    Bali Weekend Warrior: 5 cool things to do on the island this weekend (April 27-29)

    BUKIT: Treehouse party

    Dedari Theory Friday Night Party

    With the rainy season seemingly behind us, Bukit’s treehouse garden venue Dedari Theory is launching its regular ‘Friday Night Party’ kicking off this weekend with local bands (including the Ulu Roots) and DJs.

    When: Friday, April 27, 8pm-12:30am
    Where: Dedari Theory, Jl. Labuan Sait, Padang Padang

    CANGGU: Rock the boat at Echo Beach

    La Brisa’s Shipwrecked Party! Vol. 2

    It’s going to be one nautical night at the trendy whitewashed La Brisa for the second installment of their Shipwrecked party featuring DJ sets from the Australian Kaiser Waldon and Italian Shuno.

    When: Saturday, April 28, pm-3am
    Where: La Brisa, Jl. Pantai Batu Mejan
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    Failing to Linger Longer

    Bali by the Numbers: Foreign Tourists Stayed an Average 3.17 Days in Bali Starred Hotel in February 2018

    (4/21/2018)

    The average length of stay for both foreign and domestic tourist visitors to Bali are stated at an average of 3.17 days in starred hotels in February 2018, slightly less than the average 3.44 days length of stay recorded in January.

    The head of the Bali Provincial Statistic Bureau (BPS) told the State News Agency Antara that foreign tourists tend to stay longer in starred hotels than domestic tourists.

    Foreign tourists stayed an average of 3.30 days in starred hotels in February, down 0.30 days when compared to the average 3.60 days of starred hotel occupation by foreigners in January 2018.
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    Bali Weekend Warrior: 5 cool things to do on the island this weekend (April 20-22)

     

    CANGGU: Groove it and move it

    La Laguna

    House of Groove

    Thai-born international DJ sensation Celeste Siam is bringing the funk to Bali this weekend with a ‘House of Groove’ event at the beach, bohemian La Laguna this weekend. Dancers, performers, and live musicians will all be getting down for the party.

    When: Saturday, April 21, 9pm-3am
    Where: La Laguna, Jl. Pantai Kayu Putih
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    Bali temples Tanah Lot, Ulun Danu to get cleaned up for IMF-World Bank meeting

    The stunning Tanah Lot temple. Photo: Harry Kessell/Unsplash

    Some extra TLC is going to go into two of Bali’s most iconic temples and popular tourist destinations, Tanah Lot and and Pura Ulun Danu ahead of the much anticipated IMF-World Bank meeting to take place on the island in October 2018.

    Bali Province has been hard at work to make things on the island more “attractive” and functional in anticipation of the all the delegates and their families that the meeting will bring. The meeting has dictated quick-approaching deadlines for an underpass in front of the airport, a luxury cruise ship terminal, and completion on a larger than life sculpture at GWK that’s been years in the making.
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