• INDONESIA: BALI: PRO MILITIA MEMBERS/GOVERNMENT MEETING

    Indonesian/Nat XFA East Timor's independence leader has demanded donor countries withhold crucial economic aid from Indonesia until it disbands pro-Jakarta militia gangs in West Timor. Jose "Xanana" Gusmao said in a statement the militias were still roaming Indonesian-controlled West Timor with impunity after killing three U-N foreign aid workers and three Indonesians a few days ago. Gusmao said the world should stop supporting Indonesia financially until it proves it is dismantling militia training camps on Indonesian territory. He called on the World Bank to postpone a planned mid-October donor meeting of the Consultative Group of Indonesia to force Indonesia to crack down on the militias. It had previously approved over five (b) billion U-S dollars in much-needed loans th...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Director of Bali Government Tourism Office

    A testimonial

    published: 11 Apr 2017
  • Denpasar, the Capital of Bali

    Denpasar is the largest city and capital of the island of Bali, Indonesia. It is located in South Bali. Denpasar is a bustling, multi-cultural city and although it can seem a little intimidating the first time you visit, just do not believe those travel guides which say it has nothing to offer. Denpasar is bristling with temples, palaces and museums and its occupants are outstandingly friendly. You will be off the beaten tourist track here, so bring lots of time for a chat with the locals and a decent map of town. You can see many of the main sights comfortably on foot. This is also a notable shopping city with options to please even the most jaded of world shoppers. Denpasar is the seat of government in Bali and is therefore home to the provincial governor's office as well as the admin...

    published: 03 Jul 2014
  • BALI TOURISM, Bali Government Tourism Office.mp4

    VIDEO ABOUT THE BEAUTY OF BALI, NATURE, CULTURE AND PEOPLE

    published: 04 Jul 2012
  • Visa Bali 2017

    On day #19 of my 30 days vlog challenge you will receive some valuable information about visas in Bali. There are many different types of visas you can get to enter Bali, it totally depends on your purpose of visit. In this interview we will be covering tourist visas, the social visa, and the working visa for Bali. There are two different tourist visas you can get on arrival, one for a duration of 30 days and one for 60 days. The 30 days visa in Bali is free, whereas the 60 days visa in Bali is not. You will receive the 30 days visa in Bali at the airport on arrival, you do not need to do anything to get it. What you need to do is to receive the 60 days visa for Bali is, tell the immigration officer this right away at the airport once you arrive, that you wish to stay longer than 30 ...

    published: 12 Mar 2017
  • Obama Didn’t Flee To Bali For Vacation – His Disgusting Real Reason Was Just Caught & It’s Bad

    Obama Didn’t Flee To Bali For Vacation – His Disgusting Real Reason Was Just Caught & It’s Bad Raise your hand if you’re ready to get past the 2016 election once and for all! We’ve heard all about how Hillary was robbed, about how the election was tampered with. We’ve heard about Russia (boy have we heard about Russia) and how it wasn’t really the voters that elected President Trump. But every time someone digs a little deeper, they dig up another big bad secret that the DNC wanted to keep hidden. From the inappropriate handling of emails to leaked information to dead staffers, you just can’t kick over a rock in D.C. without some prosecutable offense from the left slithering out. The disproportionate interest in proving a Russian connection between the foreign nation and President Trump (...

    published: 27 Jun 2017
  • Government Provincial Tourism Bali

    Shooting, Editing, Developer Music Background, Dubbing, Etc If you're a consumer in the West, you are familiar with Made in Indonesia. So What does Made in Indonesia really mean? Welcome to your first lesson on Made in Indonesia.

    published: 03 Aug 2011
  • Bali Government Tourism Office endorsement of Solemen

    Bapak Agung Yuniartha, Director of Bali Government Tourism Office, endorsement and recommendation to hotels in Bali to support Yayasan Solemen Indonesia (Solemen)

    published: 16 Apr 2017
  • Enviropallets with Government Bali toward Bali Green Province 2018

    EPB gave the presentation to environmental and sanitation sector from government of Bali with program towards Clean and Green Bali Province in 2018.

    published: 09 Jul 2015
  • BALI-INDONESIA SEA TURTLES ARE SKINNED ALIVE IN THE NAME OF RELIGION

    ✦BALI-INDONESIA SEA TURTLES ARE SKINNED ALIVE IN THE NAME OF RELIGION ! PLEASE SIGN & SHARE WIDELY THIS VIP PETITION & SEND EMAILS(See further below) ►►http://chn.ge/1nWVblK PLEASE SENT THIS "Letter of Protest to the Governor" MASSIVELY ! GOVERNMENT BALI office ➨ MR. Jl. Basuki Rachmat Renon, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia. No Telepon, 0361 -- 2246 71 ------------------------------- +62811 3881 875 (SMS) +62361703334 (Hotline) info@baliprov.go.id ------------------------------ EMAILS: info@baliprov.go.id , bali@profauna.net , info@sos-seaturtles.ch Your Honour, I'm very much concerned about how endangered sea turtles are being treated in your country. Until 10 years ago on Bali alone, an average of twenty thousand sea turtles per year were brutally cut out of their tortoiseshell alive! As a...

    published: 11 Mar 2013
  • New Bali Governor Inaugurated

    CHEN: A change in the political scene of Bali, Indonesia. The city's newest governor was inaugurated yesterday by the Indonesian Minister for Internal Affairs. Here's more from our team in Bali. STORY: 
Bali's newest governor, Mangku Pastika, was inaugurated at at the Bali Legislative Assembly yesterday. Indonesia's Minister of Internal Affairs presided over the ceremony... and has high expectations for the city's new leader. [Mardianto, Indonesia Internal Affairs Minister]:
 "I hope that Mangku Pastika can preserve everlasting Bali traditional culture." Mangku was the winner of democratic elections held last July. The ceremony was attended by many Bali government officials, the Australian ambassador to Indonesia, as well as consuls from other countries. NTD, Bali, Indone...

    published: 31 Aug 2008
  • Bali Museum

    Museums are usually less popular than other tourist sites in Bali. A visit to the museum is often considered an additional agenda or brief stopover. The government of Bali realized this and created a program to raise awareness about the importance of museums. The initiative is called Gerakan Nasional Cinta Museum (National Love Museums Movement). This five year program (2010-2014) is expected to attract attention and interest from domestic and international tourists.

    published: 13 Sep 2013
  • Beginner's Guide to Bali

    The first few day of a Bali tour that took me to Ubud (check out the Spirit of Bali video), Gili T, Seminyak, Kuta and more. For surfing, recipes and Bali travel tips check out this little series I put together. And here's a bit of info on Bali from our friends at Wikipedia: Bali is an island and province of Indonesia. The province includes the island of Bali and a few smaller neighbouring islands, notably Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan. It is located at the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. Its capital, Denpasar, is located in the southern part of the island. With a population of 3,890,757 in the 2010 census, and 4,225,000 as of January 2014, the island is home to most of Indonesia's Hindu minority. According t...

    published: 31 Jul 2016
  • Bali - Amazing Bali

    Bali (Balinese: ᬩᬮᬶ) is an island and province of Indonesia. The province includes the island of Bali and a few smaller neighbouring islands, notably Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan. It is located at the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. Its capital, Denpasar, is located in the southern part of the island. With a population of 3,890,757 in the 2010 census, and 4,225,000 as of January 2014, the island is home to most of Indonesia's Hindu minority. According to the 2010 Census, 83.5% of Bali's population adhered to Balinese Hinduism, followed by 13.4% Muslim, Christianity at 2.5%, and Buddhism 0.5%. Bali is a popular tourist destination, which has seen a significant rise in tourists since the 1980s. Tourism-related ...

    published: 11 May 2017
  • Government Should Include Opposition in Bali Negotiations

    MP John Godfrey criticizes the government for not including Opposition Parties in official Canadian delegation to Bali climate negotiations.

    published: 23 Nov 2007
  • Etili Bali Etil Bali

    GOVERNMENT POLYTECHNIC,NAYAGARH

    published: 22 Feb 2017
INDONESIA: BALI: PRO MILITIA MEMBERS/GOVERNMENT MEETING

INDONESIA: BALI: PRO MILITIA MEMBERS/GOVERNMENT MEETING

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Indonesian/Nat XFA East Timor's independence leader has demanded donor countries withhold crucial economic aid from Indonesia until it disbands pro-Jakarta militia gangs in West Timor. Jose "Xanana" Gusmao said in a statement the militias were still roaming Indonesian-controlled West Timor with impunity after killing three U-N foreign aid workers and three Indonesians a few days ago. Gusmao said the world should stop supporting Indonesia financially until it proves it is dismantling militia training camps on Indonesian territory. He called on the World Bank to postpone a planned mid-October donor meeting of the Consultative Group of Indonesia to force Indonesia to crack down on the militias. It had previously approved over five (b) billion U-S dollars in much-needed loans this year to prop-up Indonesia's crisis-ridden economy. It is scheduled to meet in Tokyo to discuss the disbursement of the money. Indonesia's government is burdened with a 135 (b) billion U-S dollar debt and relies on foreign loans to maintain state services. Gusmao's call for sanctions comes six days after the World Bank President warned Indonesia that the success of the donor meeting was dependent on an improvement of the situation in West Timor. Last week, a militia mob attacked an office of the U-N refugee agency in the West Timor border town of Atambua, killing three foreign staffers and prompting about 400 aid workers to flee the territory. East Timor's UN administrator Sergio Vieira de Mello met with Indonesia's security minister Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on the island of Bali to discuss the situation in West Timor. Earlier in the day, Yudhoyono held talks with 30 militia leaders. One of them, Eurico Guterres, said the government side had offered to resettle the paramilitaries in another island in the archipelago. In Jakarta, prosecutors questioned East Timor's former police about his alleged role in last year's conflict in East Timor. The territory was hit by a wave of anti-independence militia violence a year ago after the majority of its people voted in a U-N supervised ballot to end 24 years of Indonesian occupation. The military stood by during the rampage and the violence only ended with the arrival of international troops. Prosecutors have named nineteen people as suspects in last year's rampage. SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) "We want to work together with all sides including UTAET and CNRP pro integration people local government and the international world to find a good solution to the problems of East Timors refugees" SUPER CAPTION: Susilo Bambang, Yudhoyono Indonesian co-ordinating minister for social political and security affairs SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) "In the near future the Indonesian government, will give rewards to the pro integration East Timorese people who are still loyal to this country by giving us an uninhabited island where it is I don' t know yet." SUPER CAPTION: Eurico Gutterres, former militia member SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) "Of course I can accept it because in Indonesia there are many uninhabited islands with this new island we can turn it into a new province or we can do something else with it that's our business but it is clearly a reward." SUPER CAPTION: Eurico Gutterres, former militia member You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c195b2ee9aebd7d39e399c81a1b582ed Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Director of Bali Government Tourism Office

Director of Bali Government Tourism Office

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A testimonial
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Denpasar, the Capital of Bali

Denpasar, the Capital of Bali

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Denpasar is the largest city and capital of the island of Bali, Indonesia. It is located in South Bali. Denpasar is a bustling, multi-cultural city and although it can seem a little intimidating the first time you visit, just do not believe those travel guides which say it has nothing to offer. Denpasar is bristling with temples, palaces and museums and its occupants are outstandingly friendly. You will be off the beaten tourist track here, so bring lots of time for a chat with the locals and a decent map of town. You can see many of the main sights comfortably on foot. This is also a notable shopping city with options to please even the most jaded of world shoppers. Denpasar is the seat of government in Bali and is therefore home to the provincial governor's office as well as the administration of the Regency of Badung. Denpasar is the main gateway to Bali and the city is also a hub for other cities in the Lesser Sunda Islands. Bali has various attractions. The white sandy beaches are well-known all over the island. The surfing beach is Serangan Island. Sanur beach has calmer waters and is excellent for sunbathing and kitesurfing. Ten minutes from the Airport lies the town of Kuta. Kuta is where most of the hotels, restaurants, malls, cafes, marketplaces, and spas that cater to tourists are located. In the Denpasar area, all kinds of Balinese handicrafts are represented in local shops. These include artwork, pottery, textiles, and silver. Batik cloth is sold all over Denpasar. While arts and culture in the city of Denpasar largely synonymous with art and culture in general, although here there has been a mix of interaction with other cultures along with the arrival of tourists from all walks of life. But traditional values inspired by Hindu religious rituals still strong coloring of this city. QUESTIONS? We would like to hear from you! If you have any comments or questions about this destination or just need some general travel advice, feel free to leave a comment below! ABOUT VideoVoyage.TV is a travel channel specializing in informative videos about various travel destinations around the world. We are publishing a short video every day starting with places around Southeast Asia, but planning to extend our coverage to Europe and the Caribbean in the upcoming months. SUBSCRIBE http://www.youtube.com/videovoyagetv?sub_confirmation=1 CONNECT Website: http://videovoyage.tv Facebook: http://facebook.com/videovoyagetv Twitter: http://twitter.com/videovoyagetv Instagram: http://instagram.com/videovoyagetv YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/videovoyagetv Google+: http://google.com/+videovoyagetv
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BALI TOURISM, Bali Government Tourism Office.mp4

BALI TOURISM, Bali Government Tourism Office.mp4

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VIDEO ABOUT THE BEAUTY OF BALI, NATURE, CULTURE AND PEOPLE
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Visa Bali 2017

Visa Bali 2017

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On day #19 of my 30 days vlog challenge you will receive some valuable information about visas in Bali. There are many different types of visas you can get to enter Bali, it totally depends on your purpose of visit. In this interview we will be covering tourist visas, the social visa, and the working visa for Bali. There are two different tourist visas you can get on arrival, one for a duration of 30 days and one for 60 days. The 30 days visa in Bali is free, whereas the 60 days visa in Bali is not. You will receive the 30 days visa in Bali at the airport on arrival, you do not need to do anything to get it. What you need to do is to receive the 60 days visa for Bali is, tell the immigration officer this right away at the airport once you arrive, that you wish to stay longer than 30 days but no more than 60 days and they will give you a different stamp into your passport. After you have entered Bali, you would then need to extend your 30 days visa to the 60 days visa, which means you need to give your passport to an agent who deals with the immigration offices for you. This procedure has to be done 7 days before your visa expires LATEST, as it can take up to 2 weeks to process the new 60 days visa for Bali. Sometimes an overstay might be cheaper, should you just stay 1 or 2 days longer than planned. Then you would need to pay a small fine of 20 - 30 USD per day. The social visa allows you to stay in the country to up to 6 months. You need to apply for this type of visa outside of the country. Most people fly to Singapore and deal with an agent over there. You also need a letter from a local Indonesian, which confirms that you visit the country for social activities only. You then fly back in and need to renew this visa every 2 months until your 6 months in Bali are over. The KITAS visa allows you to work in Bali. You need a company who sponsors you for this visa. It costs between 900 - 1400 USD, depending on the duration of stay and it expires on the moment you stop working for the company. There are 3 more types of visas for Bali which we didn't cover in this talk. They are the business visa, the family visa and the visa for retirement for Bali. Please check all those information again online on government and 'Visas for Bali' websites, as it frequently changes and this information might not be real for the date of your travels anymore. It really is not that hard as it sounds, as there are lots of agents around everywhere who take over this stressful job for you. (And they are not expensive either). Please like, comment, share and SUBSCRIBE if you haven't done so yet :) More on Youtube: Digital Nomadism & Freedom lifestyle: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=... Personal travels: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Reviews from people I sent travelling: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Educational trips around the UK: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Connect with me on: SNAPCHAT @ TATWTina Facebook @www.facebook.com/takeatripwithtina/ Twitter @ tiiinatravels Instagram @Take_a_trip_with_Tina Until next time, much love from Bali! If you wish to see more videos, please let me know and comment, like, share and last but not least SUBSCRIBE! :-)
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Obama Didn’t Flee To Bali For Vacation – His Disgusting Real Reason Was Just Caught & It’s Bad

Obama Didn’t Flee To Bali For Vacation – His Disgusting Real Reason Was Just Caught & It’s Bad

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Obama Didn’t Flee To Bali For Vacation – His Disgusting Real Reason Was Just Caught & It’s Bad Raise your hand if you’re ready to get past the 2016 election once and for all! We’ve heard all about how Hillary was robbed, about how the election was tampered with. We’ve heard about Russia (boy have we heard about Russia) and how it wasn’t really the voters that elected President Trump. But every time someone digs a little deeper, they dig up another big bad secret that the DNC wanted to keep hidden. From the inappropriate handling of emails to leaked information to dead staffers, you just can’t kick over a rock in D.C. without some prosecutable offense from the left slithering out. The disproportionate interest in proving a Russian connection between the foreign nation and President Trump (or his cabinet, or his campaign or his family members, they’re flexible) has led to some pretty deep delving into the White Hosue and it’s security inner workings. Unfortunately for the Obama White House, since they were still running the circus during the campaign some of them have been caught with their hands in the proverbial cookie jar. The main subject of these suspicions is the former Attorney General Lorett Lynch. As a key player in everything Justice Department, she had a whole lot to do with anything and everything that would prosecute wrongdoing, and apparently, she wasn’t as good at that as she was covering for the people she worked for. This included President Obama and the DNC. Conveniently, her boss, Barrack Hussain Obama has decided to flit off on “vacation” while the questioning is happening on the Hill. Funny, isn’t it, that he just happens to be away from home when the investigation is going down.Via USA News Flash: “While Barack Obama is flashing smiles to photographers wanting the American people to believe that he is the most careless man in the world as of right now, while he is on his vacation in Bali, Trey Gowdy has a different opinion on the former president’s overseas venture, because with Loretta Lynch under investigation, Gowdy speculates Obama is on the run. Gowdy found Obama’s timing for an overseas vacation to be suspicious, because the Senate and House Intel Committees just opened an investigation into Loretta Lynch’s activities, so Obama, like a scared cat gathered his wife, two daughters, and left off for Indonesia.According to reports, there are questions which Gowdy intends to ask the former president, and one of them is when is he planning on getting back, and why Obama was covering the DNC when they were not allowing the federal government access to its hacked servers so they can investigate the matter and find who is to blame. ‘Let me hazard a wild guess. There may be something else on that server they didn’t want law enforcement to see? That is where you start. I don’t like speculating, but I have dealt in the past with victims that would not cooperate with investigations. Typically, the reason is, there is something else you don’t want law enforcement to see,’ explained Gowdy just recently on Fox News, but there is more! Another thing to be considered is Lynch’s meeting with Bill Clinton on the tarmac, something which Obama knew about and had to sanction, but instead, he went on with it, doing all sorts of twisted businesses and deals to help the DLC and the Hillary Clinton campaign. Susan Rice is also responsible for the unmasking of Gen. Michael Flynn, which is a federal crime and someone needs to be held accountable for. So while two of his top officials have been discovered for serious crimes, Obama is in Bali pretending like he is having the time of his life, when in fact, he will be shocked by what awaits him here.”
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Government Provincial Tourism Bali

Government Provincial Tourism Bali

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Shooting, Editing, Developer Music Background, Dubbing, Etc If you're a consumer in the West, you are familiar with Made in Indonesia. So What does Made in Indonesia really mean? Welcome to your first lesson on Made in Indonesia.
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Bali Government Tourism Office endorsement of Solemen

Bali Government Tourism Office endorsement of Solemen

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Bapak Agung Yuniartha, Director of Bali Government Tourism Office, endorsement and recommendation to hotels in Bali to support Yayasan Solemen Indonesia (Solemen)
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Enviropallets with Government Bali toward Bali Green Province 2018

Enviropallets with Government Bali toward Bali Green Province 2018

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EPB gave the presentation to environmental and sanitation sector from government of Bali with program towards Clean and Green Bali Province in 2018.
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BALI-INDONESIA SEA TURTLES ARE SKINNED ALIVE IN THE NAME OF RELIGION

BALI-INDONESIA SEA TURTLES ARE SKINNED ALIVE IN THE NAME OF RELIGION

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✦BALI-INDONESIA SEA TURTLES ARE SKINNED ALIVE IN THE NAME OF RELIGION ! PLEASE SIGN & SHARE WIDELY THIS VIP PETITION & SEND EMAILS(See further below) ►►http://chn.ge/1nWVblK PLEASE SENT THIS "Letter of Protest to the Governor" MASSIVELY ! GOVERNMENT BALI office ➨ MR. Jl. Basuki Rachmat Renon, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia. No Telepon, 0361 -- 2246 71 ------------------------------- +62811 3881 875 (SMS) +62361703334 (Hotline) info@baliprov.go.id ------------------------------ EMAILS: info@baliprov.go.id , bali@profauna.net , info@sos-seaturtles.ch Your Honour, I'm very much concerned about how endangered sea turtles are being treated in your country. Until 10 years ago on Bali alone, an average of twenty thousand sea turtles per year were brutally cut out of their tortoiseshell alive! As a result of wise decisions by the Government, several actions by the Bali Police and campaigns by Indonesian and international animal welfare organizations, this number has fortunately dropped to 90 percent and according to latest investigations, even less nowadays. However, in view of the sea turtles being threatened with extinction, every animal counts. Next to the damage on the environment, the killing of sea turtles is illegal according to the Indonesian Government decree No 7 /1999, and the trade of turtle products by CITES regulations. Regarding to latest publications in international medias, I learnt that the Bali Government plans to give permission to the killing and trading of 1000 Turtles per year for Balinese rituals. It is obvious and a matter of fact, that such a decision will open the floodgates to uncontrolled killing again, because it will be impossible to control the number of animals slaughtered ! If this quota becomes reality, it would definitely damage the image of Bali and will have an impact on the number of visitors. Hundreds of thousands of people are very much concerned about Bali's sea turtles and don't consider such a decision as a national issue. I very much hope that the killing of one thousand of sea turtles annually will never become reality ! Sincerely yours,....(Your name) -------------------------------------- God has given a long life to those majestic creatures more than any other animal on earth ! not for be slaughtered by these primitive barbarians! are you agree with me ? Sea turtles on Bali are once more in danger of being butchered. You can help prevent it. Once again we ask for your support. We have managed to put a stop to this slaughter before. But now the 'turtle mafia' on Bali is at it again. The governor of Bali is being pressured to permit slaughtering thousands of sea turtles for 'religious purposes'. The cages and slaughterhouses in Tanjung Benoa are now all empty and no more turtles are being traded in public places. While it is still possible to find some animals on the black market but they are now hard to find. The number of killed and traded animals have dropped around 90 percent since the onset of the campaign! There were reasons to be proud. After an eight year battle against the Turtle mafia we seem to have won the war. Yet the issue is now rising its ugly head again. Thanks to an intensive lobby by various interest groups, the Balinese Government are now considering permitting the killing and trading of a thousand sea turtles per year for Balinese rituals...! Obviously such a decision will open the floodgates to uncontrolled killing once again and it will be impossible to control the number of animals slaughtered!We need to react now! It is not too late to act. The opposition and the Pro Fauna organization in engaged in ongoing discussions on various political levels. But they need our immediate support. SOS-Seaturtles is already financially supporting the entire administration as well as initiating a petition during which thousands of letters of protest will be sent to the authorities.they are very concerned for Bali's sea turtles and don't consider such a decision just a domestic issue! Source ➨ :http://www.sos-seaturtles.ch/SOS_Bali_Ouota_English_1.htm ➨ FOR MORE INFO GO TO THIS PAGE:http://www.sos-seaturtles.ch/Wakatobi_Trafficking_Engl.htm ➨ READ MORE LATEST UPDATE HERE:http://www.sos-seaturtles.ch/newsseite_deutsch.htm ➨ MORE PETITIONS TO SAVE SEA TURTLES HERE ▬►http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=164072363723198&set=a.110440022419766.11614.100003613067737&type=1&theater
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New Bali Governor Inaugurated

New Bali Governor Inaugurated

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CHEN: A change in the political scene of Bali, Indonesia. The city's newest governor was inaugurated yesterday by the Indonesian Minister for Internal Affairs. Here's more from our team in Bali. STORY: 
Bali's newest governor, Mangku Pastika, was inaugurated at at the Bali Legislative Assembly yesterday. Indonesia's Minister of Internal Affairs presided over the ceremony... and has high expectations for the city's new leader. [Mardianto, Indonesia Internal Affairs Minister]:
 "I hope that Mangku Pastika can preserve everlasting Bali traditional culture." Mangku was the winner of democratic elections held last July. The ceremony was attended by many Bali government officials, the Australian ambassador to Indonesia, as well as consuls from other countries. NTD, Bali, Indonesia.
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Bali Museum

Bali Museum

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Museums are usually less popular than other tourist sites in Bali. A visit to the museum is often considered an additional agenda or brief stopover. The government of Bali realized this and created a program to raise awareness about the importance of museums. The initiative is called Gerakan Nasional Cinta Museum (National Love Museums Movement). This five year program (2010-2014) is expected to attract attention and interest from domestic and international tourists.
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Beginner's Guide to Bali

Beginner's Guide to Bali

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The first few day of a Bali tour that took me to Ubud (check out the Spirit of Bali video), Gili T, Seminyak, Kuta and more. For surfing, recipes and Bali travel tips check out this little series I put together. And here's a bit of info on Bali from our friends at Wikipedia: Bali is an island and province of Indonesia. The province includes the island of Bali and a few smaller neighbouring islands, notably Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan. It is located at the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. Its capital, Denpasar, is located in the southern part of the island. With a population of 3,890,757 in the 2010 census, and 4,225,000 as of January 2014, the island is home to most of Indonesia's Hindu minority. According to the 2010 Census, 83.5% of Bali's population adhered to Balinese Hinduism, followed by 13.4% Muslim, Christianity at 2.5%, and Buddhism 0.5%. Bali is a popular tourist destination, which has seen a significant rise in tourists since the 1980s. It is renowned for its highly developed arts, including traditional and modern dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, and music. The Indonesian International Film Festival is held every year in Bali. Bali is part of the Coral Triangle, the area with the highest biodiversity of marine species. In this area alone over 500 reef building coral species can be found. For comparison, this is about 7 times as many as in the entire Caribbean. Most recently, Bali was the host of the 2011 ASEAN Summit, 2013 APEC and Miss World 2013. The tourism industry is primarily focused in the south, while significant in the other parts of the island as well. The main tourist locations are the town of Kuta (with its beach), and its outer suburbs of Legian and Seminyak (which were once independent townships), the east coast town of Sanur (once the only tourist hub), in the center of the island Ubud, to the south of the Ngurah Rai International Airport, Jimbaran, and the newer development of Nusa Dua and Pecatu. The United States government lifted its travel warnings in 2008. The Australian government issued an advice on Friday, 4 May 2012. The overall level of the advice was lowered to 'Exercise a high degree of caution'. The Swedish government issued a new warning on Sunday, 10 June 2012 because of one more tourist who was killed by methanol poisoning.[38] Australia last issued an advice on Monday, 5 January 2015 due to new terrorist threats.[39] Kuta Beach is a popular tourist spot in Bali An offshoot of tourism is the growing real estate industry. Bali real estate has been rapidly developing in the main tourist areas of Kuta, Legian, Seminyak and Oberoi. Most recently, high-end 5 star projects are under development on the Bukit peninsula, on the south side of the island. Million dollar villas are being developed along the cliff sides of south Bali, commanding panoramic ocean views. Foreign and domestic (many Jakarta individuals and companies are fairly active) investment into other areas of the island also continues to grow. Land prices, despite the worldwide economic crisis, have remained stable. In the last half of 2008, Indonesia's currency had dropped approximately 30% against the US dollar, providing many overseas visitors value for their currencies. Visitor arrivals for 2009 were forecast to drop 8% (which would be higher than 2007 levels), due to the worldwide economic crisis which has also affected the global tourist industry, but not due to any travel warnings. Bali's tourism economy survived the terrorist bombings of 2002 and 2005, and the tourism industry has in fact slowly recovered and surpassed its pre-terrorist bombing levels; the longterm trend has been a steady increase of visitor arrivals. In 2010, Bali received 2.57 million foreign tourists, which surpassed the target of 2.0–2.3 million tourists. The average occupancy of starred hotels achieved 65%, so the island is still able to accommodate tourists for some years without any addition of new rooms/hotels,[40] although at the peak season some of them are fully booked. In August 2010, the film Eat Pray Love was released in theatres. The movie was based on Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling memoir Eat, Pray, Love. It took place at Ubud and Padang-Padang Beach at Bali. The 2006 book, which spent 57 weeks at the No. 1 spot on the New York Times paperback nonfiction best-seller list, had already fuelled a boom in Eat, Pray, Love-related tourism in Ubud, the hill town and cultural and tourist center that was the focus of Gilbert's quest for balance through traditional spirituality and healing that leads to love.[43] In January 2016, after music icon David Bowie died, it was revealed that in his will, Bowie asked for his ashes to be scattered in Bali, conforming to Buddhist rituals. He had visited and performed in a number of Southeast Asian cities early in his career, including Bangkok and Singapore.[44]
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Bali - Amazing Bali

Bali - Amazing Bali

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Bali (Balinese: ᬩᬮᬶ) is an island and province of Indonesia. The province includes the island of Bali and a few smaller neighbouring islands, notably Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan. It is located at the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. Its capital, Denpasar, is located in the southern part of the island. With a population of 3,890,757 in the 2010 census, and 4,225,000 as of January 2014, the island is home to most of Indonesia's Hindu minority. According to the 2010 Census, 83.5% of Bali's population adhered to Balinese Hinduism, followed by 13.4% Muslim, Christianity at 2.5%, and Buddhism 0.5%. Bali is a popular tourist destination, which has seen a significant rise in tourists since the 1980s. Tourism-related business makes up 80% of its economy. It is renowned for its highly developed arts, including traditional and modern dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, and music. The Indonesian International Film Festival is held every year in Bali. In March 2017, TripAdvisor named the island the world's top destination in its Traveler's choice award. Bali is part of the Coral Triangle, the area with the highest biodiversity of marine species. In this area alone over 500 reef building coral species can be found. For comparison, this is about 7 times as many as in the entire Caribbean. Most recently, Bali was the host of the 2011 ASEAN Summit, 2013 APEC and Miss World 2013. Bali is the home of the Subak Irrigation System, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Bali was inhabited around 2000 BC by Austronesian people who migrated originally from Southeast Asia and Oceania through Maritime Southeast Asia. Culturally and linguistically, the Balinese are closely related to the people of the Indonesian archipelago, Malaysia, the Philippines and Oceania. Stone tools dating from this time have been found near the village of Cekik in the island's west. In ancient Bali, nine Hindu sects existed, namely Pasupata, Bhairawa, Siwa Shidanta, Waisnawa, Bodha, Brahma, Resi, Sora and Ganapatya. Each sect revered a specific deity as its personal Godhead. Inscriptions from 896 and 911 don't mention a king, until 914, when Sri Kesarivarma is mentioned. They also reveal an independent Bali, with a distinct dialect, where Buddhism and Sivaism were practiced simultaneously. Mpu Sindok's great-granddaughter, Mahendradatta (Gunapriyadharmapatni), married the Bali king Udayana Warmadewa (Dharmodayanavarmadeva) around 989, giving birth to Airlangga around 1001. This marriage also brought more Hinduism and Javanese culture to Bali. Princess Sakalendukirana appeared in 1098. Suradhipa reigned from 1115 to 1119, and Jayasakti from 1146 until 1150. Jayapangus appears on inscriptions between 1178 and 1181, while Adikuntiketana and his son Paramesvara in 1204.:129,144,168,180 Balinese culture was strongly influenced by Indian, Chinese, and particularly Hindu culture, beginning around the 1st century AD. The name Bali dwipa ("Bali island") has been discovered from various inscriptions, including the Blanjong pillar inscription written by Sri Kesari Warmadewa in 914 AD and mentioning "Walidwipa". It was during this time that the people developed their complex irrigation system subak to grow rice in wet-field cultivation. Some religious and cultural traditions still practiced today can be traced to this period. The Hindu Majapahit Empire (1293–1520 AD) on eastern Java founded a Balinese colony in 1343. The uncle of Hayam Wuruk is mentioned in the charters of 1384–86. A mass Javanese immigration to Bali occurred in the next century when the Majapahit Empire fell in 1520.:234,240 Bali's government then became an independent collection of Hindu kingdoms which led to a Balinese national identity and major enhancements in culture, arts, and economy. The nation with various kingdoms became independent for up to 386 years until 1906, when the Dutch subjugated and repulsed the natives for economic control and took it over. The first known European contact with Bali is thought to have been made in 1512, when a Portuguese expedition led by Antonio Abreu and Francisco Serrão sighted its northern shores. It was the first expedition of a series of bi-annual fleets to the Moluccas, that throughout the 16th century usually traveled along the coasts of the Sunda Islands. Bali was also mapped in 1512, in the chart of Francisco Rodrigues, aboard the expedition. In 1585, a ship foundered off the Bukit Peninsula and left a few Portuguese in the service of Dewa Agung. Source : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bali
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Government Should Include Opposition in Bali Negotiations

Government Should Include Opposition in Bali Negotiations

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MP John Godfrey criticizes the government for not including Opposition Parties in official Canadian delegation to Bali climate negotiations.
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Etili Bali Etil Bali

Etili Bali Etil Bali

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GOVERNMENT POLYTECHNIC,NAYAGARH
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