Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Discovery Shopping Mall Kuta Bali

Discovery Shopping Mall is a shopping center in Kuta, Bali. This shopping center is the largest shopping center in Bali major. This mall has four floors. Bottom floor is a parking area, and sports equipment stores. The second floor is an area that sell a wide variety of foods. The third floor is an area that sell variety of clothes, Celaya, and shoes, as well as local handicraft products. The fourth floor is the area that sells a variety of souvenirs, local handicraft products.

Prices offered in this Discovery Shopping Mall Kuta Bali, for the local Balinese people, are very expensive. The average price is more expensive up to 200% when compared to shopping in regular stores. But not for food products. But for tourists, maybe the price is not so expensive, seen so many tourists who shop at this mall. But for local residents, the price offered in Discovery Shopping Mall Kuta Bali very expensive. If they shop there, for them it was a stupid thing.

If you are in the area Discovery Shopping Mall Kuta Bali, that you feel is not in Bali, but in European countries. Therefore, almost all visitors of this mall is a white man. This mall is the biggest mall in Kuta. Many tourists come here to shop or just walk alone. In the evening, this mall is very nice, you can sit on the stairs in front of the mall, looking at a busy street with tourists.

Discovery Shopping Mall Kuta Bali location in Kuta shopping complex, conveniently located. If taken from Kuta beach, about as far as 600 meters. To go to this mall, you better walk away. Because you will enjoy the journey and the atmosphere in this street.

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Kartika Plaza Street, Kuta 80361
Telephone: (0361) 755522

Tuesday, February 28, 2012


Jegog is a musical instrument made from a large bamboo tree is formed in such a way that can produce melodious sounds and captivating rhythms. Jegog a typical art Jembrana. Art made ​​of bamboo music was created in 1912 by an artist of Kiyang Geliduh hamlet village Sebual Dangintukadaya. The word "Jegog" taken from the name of an instrument Kebyar Gong.

Now this art is also growing jegog to foreign countries and routinely performed in foreign countries like Japan, etc.. Jegog art is full of varied tones and captivating dance, make jegog into its own characteristics.

And more interesting than the show at the time of the play combined jegog between different groups jegog artists. Each group clashing ability to play their own music. Dancers accompanied by a mutual show of skill.

Monday, February 27, 2012

12-year-old boy dies of bird flu on Indonesia’s resort island of Bali

BALI, Indonesia — A 12-year-old boy has died of bird flu on the Indonesian resort island of Bali, bringing the human death toll in the country worst hit by the illness to 154 since 2005, a health official said.

Rita Kusriastuti, an official at Indonesia’s health ministry, said Saturday that the boy died Tuesday after suffering high fever and breathing difficulties for more than a week. Tests showed the boy was infected with the H5N1 virus.

The boy is suspected to have had indirect contact with poultry, Kusriastuti said. He was the fourth person to die of bird flu in Indonesia this year.

Statistics show that while avian influenza is still active in Indonesia, the number of cases is on the decline. Last year saw nine fatalities, the lowest number of human deaths from bird flu in Indonesia since 2005.

Bird flu has killed at least 347 people worldwide since it began ravaging poultry stocks in 2003. Indonesia is the worst-affected country, with 185 confirmed infections.


Sunday, February 26, 2012

Abrasion on the southern coast of Bali

Climate change is happening now is very great impact on the balance of nature on this earth. Especially the melting of ice at the poles of the earth which affects the high sea.

In southern Bali, especially the south coast, the impacts of climate change are felt great. Higher sea water flooded the shoreline.

First area of the beach in Jembrana has a long reach 200m, but now because of the higher sea mengakibatnya many regions of southern Bali has no extensive beaches.

Because of the high sea, the sea water flow was even greater on the coast. So many beaches are losing sand because it eroded the tide.

Many fishermen lost their boats resting place on the beach. Not a few fishermen who have to leave their homes are located on the beach looking for a safer place to live.

For that we should keep this earth we live on.

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Kecak dance

Kecak dance is usually referred to as "Cak" or dance of fire (Fire Dance) is a mass dance performances or entertainment and the arts tends to a ballet drama and dance as an art entirely describe the role of "The play Puppets" as Rama and Sita is not specifically used in Hindu religious rituals such as worship, temple ceremony and other ceremonies.

Unlike other Balinese dance gamelan music as an accompaniment to use but the Kecak dance performances are only combines the art of mouth or cries sound like "cak cak cak cak" so that this dance called Kecak dance.

Klungkung Regency

Klungkung is the smallest regency (kabupaten) of Bali, Indonesia. It has an area of 315 km2 and population of 169,906 (2004). Its regency seat is Semarapura.

The regency is divided into 4 subdistricts (kecamatan): Banjarangkan, Dawan, Klungkung, and Nusa Penida.

"Canang Sari"

Canang sari is the simplest form of offerings, but is categorized as an adequate means to perform prayers. Canang sari itself meaningful: the offerings in the form of flowers (flower majority of its components). Form canang sari diverse. However, the form canang sari is a popular canang sari square.

Components canang sari is, janur as a base, porosan (a form that contains a small dry coconut lime, bananas, sugarcane, boreh miik (fragrant powder), kekiping (a type of sticky rice cakes are small and thin), in a wide range of flowers placed upon it.

Canang sari to follow the rules set forth in the scriptures. Canang sari is taken from the Vedas, but the contents of the Vedas which are then translated into the papyrus, written by their ancestors in Bali.
Canang sari common as the daily offerings. While the day-religious holidays, cymbals juice only be used as a complement. On those days, the Balinese use many kinds of offerings in a higher level, the creation and content rules are much more complicated than canang sari.
Canang sari is easily available in the traditional markets in Bali.

Canang sari very beautiful and lovely. Moreover, added incense on it and dicipratkan holy water, there is an aura of coolness that is emitted from the canang sari

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Coconut tree

Coconut tree is very large role for the continuity of culture in Bali. Since almost every aspect of the tradition that runs in Bali using raw materials from Coconut trees. Start of the ceremony, food, buildings, etc.. For the sustainability Coconut trees in Bali should be maintained so that continuity in Balinese culture is maintained.

Bangli Regency

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Bangli Regency is a county located in the province of Bali, Indonesia. Bangli Regency is the only district in Bali that has no beach. Tourist attraction in this area include the Lake Batur in Kintamani, capital city was in Bangli.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Tanah Lot Temple ceremony

Tanah Lot is a tourist attraction in Bali, Indonesia. Here there are two temples are situated on a large rock. One is located in the upper crust and the other is located on the cliffs similar to Pura Uluwatu. Tanah Lot temple is part of Dang Kahyan-gan. Tanah Lot sea temple is a shrine guardian gods of the sea.

This temple temple ceremony is celebrated every 210 days, the same as pretending to be another. Close to the celebration of Galungan and Brass is precisely in Bu-da Cemeng Langkir. At that time, those who pray will pray at the temple is crowded.

The pemedek pursue a road with a rope when temple ceremony in Tanah Lot, Tabanan Bali, yesterday (15/02/2012). That was done on the way and when leaving the temple, because of high tides to the size of a human thigh. Tanah Lot temple ceremony begins here tomorrow and culminating on Friday.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Karangasem regency

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Karangasem the easternmost regency in Bali Island, has a great view of Mount Agung and Besakih Temple at the foot of the mountain.


Gus Ngurah - Bali Orti Admin
Hi, I am Gus Ngurah, from Bali. I was born and lived in Bali. In this blog I try to tell you my experience to your stay in Bali, especially to tourists. With the English language that is not so good, I'll try to convey all my thoughts to you.

Bali Orti, Orti said means news, talk, conversation, it could also mean the issue. So, Bali Orti, for me is talk, news, issues, and other information that is often talked about by people in Bali at that time. And I will deliver to you via this blog. So that you know everything that happened in Bali, not only from the bright side, but also from the bad side as well.

Maybe some of the contents of this blog is an opinion. Opinion comes from many sources, and also the opinion of my own.

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Balinese New Year - Nyepi Day

Nyepi is a Hindu holiday that is celebrated each new year of Saka. This day falls on a matter Tilem Kesanga (IX) (Balinese calendar) which is believed to be on the purification of the gods at the center of the ocean that brings the essence of water of life. To the Hindus to worship at sacred to them.

Balinese Hindus are ready to welcome Nyepi holiday which falls on March 23, 2012. The island of Bali as a major tourist destination in Indonesia will stop all activities for a full day during the celebration of Nyepi. Nevertheless, tourism remains the pulse beat. Even some hotels offer a package of Nyepi.

Too many foreign tourists who deliberately come to Bali to experience the Nyepi day and how the rest of the island during the day. If you are interested to travel to Bali to see the celebration of Nyepi, make sure you arrive a few days before the feast.

Nyepi celebrations there are several stages, namely: Melasti, Tawur, Nyepi, Ngembak Geni.

Melasti is an activity carried out 2 days before Nyepi. Melasti means which sweep all the filth in your life and take Tirta Amertha (water of life) from the sea. This activity is usually done by bringing pratima or pralingga of each temple to the sea or lake lacks gamelan and other ceremonies.

This ceremony is a ceremony performed Butha Yadnya day before Nyepi, or the right to Tilem Kesanga. The ceremony is usually done in the morning or afternoon or evening. The ceremony is preceded by tawur or mecaru in places such as intersections, T-junction which aims to raise the degree of the devil be a god.

This is the culmination of the implementation of the holiday and perhaps the most difficult to implement because there are some restrictions that must be followed. Nyepi celebration was held for one day (24 hours). As for some of the restrictions or things that should not be made ​​known to the Catur Brata Penyepian namely:

- Amati Geni: No fire (light)
- Amati Karya: Not doing the work
Amati Lelungan: Not traveling
Amati lelanguan: No dissipate / vent not indrya

Ngembak Geni
Geni Ngembak held the day after Nyepi. This day is used to implement both Dharma Santhi family or community environment. Today it is also used to visit each other relative to each other Greetings. Saka New Year starts with a clean heart both physically and mentally as well as the environment..

You can take the Nyepi packages are typically offered hotel. When you used to do meditation or yoga, it was the right moment you use for reflection. Choose accommodation in areas that tourists are not too crowded.

Monday, February 13, 2012

Subak developed into a tourist agrobis

Organization's traditional irrigation in agriculture is called Subak. Subak is a community organization which specifically regulate rice irrigation systems used in rice cultivation in Bali, Indonesia. Subak is usually has a temple called Pura Uluncarik, or Pura Bedugul, specially built by farmers and dedicated to the goddess of prosperity and fertility goddess Sri. Irrigation system is governed by an indigenous leader who also was a farmer in Bali.

Subak in Bali should be developed as part of agribusiness. Bali has a great potential in the field of agribusiness and agro-tourism development. The development is expected to be one of the tourist attraction tourists to the island despite repeated, besides the beauty of natural scenery and unique cultural arts.

Agribusiness and agro tourism with various kinds of local plants can be packed in such a way leading to a tour package to increase the attractiveness of Bali. The development potential of the seed while maintaining the continuity and sustainability of subak.

It is important to remember subak has local knowledge, which is part of Balinese art and culture.

Even the number of registered foreign experts had conducted research on local wisdom contained in the subak in Bali.

Other foreign researchers Grader, Geertz and Lansing, as well as national and local researchers Bali.

These three foreign researchers has revealed and reported on the development of subak with a variety of local wisdom.

The entire local knowledge covered in the subak organization made ​​up of religious wisdom, cultural, ecological, institutional, economic, law, the technological and security.

Local knowledge is based on the concept of Tri Hita Karana is harmonious and harmonious relations among human beings, the environment and God.

Friday, February 10, 2012

Hard life of farmers Bali

Balinese people mostly working as a traditional farmer. With simple equipment and low knowledge on how to grow good crops made ​​farmers Bali is slumped amid the progress of time as it is today.

Amid the sparkling star hotels and nightclubs with visitors from abroad, many Balinese who live in poverty.

Either blind or do not care about the people, the government seemed not to know what had happened to the community. Many people of Bali who worked as a traditional farmer was bound by the debt to make ends meet.

No wonder so many Balinese farmers who sell agricultural fields just to pay off its debts.

Tabanan regency

Tabanan Regency is located in the southern island of Bali, Tabanan regency has an area of ​​839.33 KM ² consisting of mountains and beaches. Tabanan regency is geographically located between 1140-54 '52 "east longitude and 80 14' 30" - 80 30'07 "south latitude.

Tabanan Regency topography is located between an altitude 0-2276 m asl, with details on the height of 0-500 m above sea level is a flat area with a slope of 2-15%. While at an altitude of 500-1000 m above sea level is flat to sloping areas with a slope of 15-40%. In the areas that have a slope of 2-15% and 15-40% is a very fertile area where farmers conduct farming activities to make ends meet. In areas that have elevations above 1,000 m above sea level and with a slope of 40% over an area of ​​rolling hills and steep.

The limits of Tabanan regency is included: in the north bordering Buleleng, bordered by a row of mountains such as Mount Batukaru (2276 m), Mount Sanghyang (2023 m), Mount Pohen (2051 m), Mountain Mill (2082 m ), and Beratan Mount (2020 m) on the east by the Badung regency, which is limited by Tukad Sungi Yeh, Yeh Tukad Ukun and Tukad Yeh Penet. To the south is limited by the Indian Ocean, with a width of 37 km long beach; in the west bordering Jembrana bounded by Tukad Let Yeh.

Tabanan regency is one of nine District / City of the total area of 839.33 km2 or 14.90% of Bali province, and lies at an altitude region 0-2276 m above sea level. A total of 23 358 hectares or 28.00% of land area in the rice fields of Tabanan, Tabanan regency that is known as an agricultural area.

As is well understood together, the potential winning Tabanan agriculture because they are largely a livelihood, the pillar of the regional economy, as well as land use Tabanan region still dominated by agriculture in a broad sense. Tabanan district consists of 10 District (Tabanan District, District Karachi, District Kerambitan, Selemadeg district, District West Selemadeg, Selemadeg Eastern District, District Penebel, Pupuan District, District Highways, and the District Baturiti),

Tabanan Regency is located in the tropics with two distinct seasons of summer and the rainy season punctuated by the transition season. Air temperature varies and is determined by the altitude, the average ranges from 27.60 C. The state of water is affected by the shape of the coast and rainfall is the source of water storage and irrigation sources in addition to the lake which covers 377 hectares located in District Baturiti.

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Be careful! Denpasar-Gilimanuk road accident prone

Denpasar-Gilimanuk highway, Bali
Gilimanuk-Denpasar road which is the Java-Bali road axis lately many are damaged and no longer smooth. Though the road through two counties namely Jembrana and Tabanan regency is a main line of road traffic Java-Bali. Of observation, more than 30 kilometers of national roads is starting holes here and there.

This condition is often difficult for motorists, especially when passing the road. The condition is very annoying and potentially motorcyclist traffic accidents.

Especially when it rains, the holes in the road is not visible because of stagnant water. Holes began to appear after the rain continued to fall as it is today. From the observations, the damage is more dominant on the north side of the road or path from Gilimanuk to Denpasar.

Damage was also found along the main streets of Negara who is also a national road. As in the Sudirman up in the front office Jembrana also found damage to the road.

Kuningan celebration

Kuningan feast day is celebrated every 210 days or 6 months in the Balinese calendar, exactly on Saniscara Kliwon Wuku Kunin-gan. (1 calendar month in Bali = 35 days)

On the holy day is told Ida Sang Hyang Widi down to earth to give blessings for the welfare of all people in the world. Often believed, the ceremony at the feast of Kuningan should be done before noon, before the time of the gods returned to heaven.

Kuningan is a series of ceremonies Galungan, 10 days prior to Brass.

On the day it was made of yellow rice, a symbol of prosperity and dihaturkan offerings as a sign of gratitude and eyelash suksmaning we as human beings (people) receive the gift of Hyang Widhi of clothing materials and food items were delegated by him to the people on the basis of love. In the tebog or selanggi containing yellow rice is planted a puppet (angels) which grace bestows prosperity to us all.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012


Penjor is a decoration at a ceremony that also as a means of banners and sacred symbols. Penjor is also an offering to the god of Mount Agung is Bhatara Giri Putri.

Penjor there are two types:
1. Penjor Ceremony
2. Penjor garnish

Penjor ceremonies that have specific functions in religious ceremonies, and must be complete with amenities. Make a connection with the execution ceremony penjor require certain conditions in the home does not make any sense, but should be in accordance with the provisions penjor Religious Literature, so it is not impressive decoration. Penjor real elements are the sacred symbols, teachings of the Vedas as the foundation, so it reflects the ethical values ​​of religion.

Elements in the penjor symbols as follows:
- Found on a white cloth as a symbol of strength penjor Hyang Iswara.
- Bamboo as a symbol of strength Hyang and Brahma.
- Coconut as a symbol of strength Hyang Rudra.
- As a symbol of strength Hyang Janur Mahadeva.
- Herbs (plawa) as a symbol of strength Hyang Sangkara.
- Pala nugget, head hanging as a symbol of strength Hyang Vishnu.
- Sugar cane as a symbol of strength Hyang Sambu.
- Sanggah Ardha Candra Hyang Shiva as a symbol of strength.
- Offerings as a symbol of strength Hyang Sada Shiva and Parama Shiva.

While penjor decoration is usually used when a party, the race village, art parties, etc.. Penjor ornaments can be made sober and not tied to the teachings of the Vedas.

Hindus in Bali at the time of Galungan generally make penjor. Penjor Galungan plugged on Tuesday / Anggara wara / wuku Dungulan known as Galungan Penampahan day, which means the establishment of dharma. Penjor mounted right in front of the entrance of the house. If the house faces north penjor then plugged in the east entrance.

Penjor fitting ends are as swadharma Hindus to realize a sense of devotion and thanked presented to Ida Sang Hyang Widi Wasa. Penjor as well as gratitude for the prosperity of the man who bestowed Ida Sang Hyang Widi Wasa.

Penjor Galungan is relegius penjor nature, which has a specific function in religious ceremonies, and must be complete with amenities.

Galungan celebration

Galungan, the anniversary of the victory of Dharma (virtue) over Adharma (sleaze). Galungan is celebrated every 210 days, right on Wednesday Kliwon wuku Dungulan (Balinese calendar). In India called the Feast of Dasarni Wijaya, only different languages but the meaning is the same. Hindus make offerings presented to Sang Hyang Widhi and Deity of Lord / with all manisfestasinya as a sign of gratitude for blessings and for further safety.

The word "Galungan" comes from the Old Javanese language, which means win or fight. Galungan also synonymous with Dungulan, which also means victory. Because it is in Java, the eleventh wuku called Wuku Galungan, while at the eleventh Wuku Bali called Wuku Dungulan. Name is different, but means the same thing. As in Java in the details there as Legi pancawara while in Bali called Umanis, which means the same: sweet.

Somewhat difficult to ascertain how the origin of this Galungan. When actually celebrated Galungan first in Indonesia, especially in Java and in other areas, especially in Bali. Drs. I Gusti Agung Gede Putra (former Director General of the Hindu and Buddhist Guidance Department of Religious Affairs) estimates, Galungan Hindus have long celebrated in Indonesia before the feast was celebrated in the popular island of Bali. This allegation is based on the Old Javanese language papyrus was named Song of Flag Amalat Rasmi. However, exactly when it celebrated Galungan in from outside, and whether the same name Galungan, still unanswered, for sure.

But in Bali, there are sources that provide a bright spot. According to the Purana Lontar Bali Dwipa, Galungan first celebrated on Purnama Kapat, Budha Keliwon Dungulan (Balinese calendar), or the year 804 Saka year 882 AD.

Galungan core is to unite the spiritual strength to get the mind and the establishment of the light. Spiritual union and the bright minds here in the form of dharma. While all the chaos that thought is a form of adharma.


Jembrana Regency

Jembrana is the most western district of the Province of Bali has a very strategic position and is the main connecting line all the activities and information flows between the towns on the island of Java to Bali, NTB and NTT through the land. And no doubt, Jembrana development in all areas showed a significant development. In the past ten years, Jembrana keep clean and improve a variety of resources both human and natural.

Jembrana was originally divided into four districts whose office is located on the main road (National road) covering most of western succession is Melaya, Negara, Mendoyo and Pekutatan. Since the year 2008, Negara District bloomed into 2 of the State itself and the District of Jembrana District. And since then Jembrana divided into five districts. Total rural / urban village located in Jembrana are 51 villages / village with details of each
districts are as follows:
1. District of Melaya: 10 villages / village
2. District of Negaro: 12 villages / village
3. District of Jembrana: 10 villages / village
4. District of Mendoyo: 11 villages / village
5. District of Pekutatan: 8 villages

Jembrana region has two seasons namely the rainy season and dry season. Season occurs in the Jembrana is generally not much different from the season that occurred in Indonesia who are affected by wind currents blowing from Australia which does not contain much moisture. This resulted in the dry season in Indonesia. Instead in December to March the wind flow emanating from Asia and the Pacific Ocean and contains a lot of water vapor across the land in Indonesia that is a concern of the rainy season. Rainfall is strongly influenced by climatic conditions, location and velocity of air current goegrafis. Air temperature ranged Jembrana 20C-39C with optimum temperature of 29C - 32c, air humidity between 74-87%.

As in other districts also carry out development in all areas, land transfer to non-wetland (not) fields can not be avoided. Land use that occurred in Jembrana include dry land / gardens, ponds, residential / housing and other needs. Mutation rate of the paddy fields in 2002-2006 a number of 281.5 hectares per year. While mutations to non-rice paddy field from 2006-2007 occurred only 49 acres and from the years 2007-2008 occurred over the function of the land area of 72 hectares.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) Bali

Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) Cultural Park is located in the hills overlooking the white rocks extend Kuta beach in the distance. Ngurah Rai airport can be seen clearly from this place. Idea of ​​where this came from I Nyoman Nuartha maestro who was one of the sculptor who came from Bali. In this place will be built a statue of Lord Vishnu who was riding an eagle. It is hoped that it could become an icon of international tourism in Bali when the later is completed.

Garuda Wisnu Kencana, seems to be the largest mega project under construction in Bali. Imagine, a plan to build 146-meter-tall statue with eagle wings wide by 66 meters was estimated to have weighed 4000 tons. Made using the material in the form of a mixture of copper and brass are in a particular part to be coated with gold mosaics.

Currently most of these sculptures can be seen at the site in the form of half-body statue of the god Vishnu and the head of an eagle. The statue will be the largest and the world's tallest statue statue of liberty beat that only has 46 meters high and weighs 204 tons. GWK project worth Rp 1,000,000,000,000 is threatened jam. However, before the road project, the manager had said the funding ranted there.

Residents around GWK pessimistic project will run. In addition to the internal conflicts within the management bodies also cause a breakdown of the project. With concurrent changes in the investment management also influential.

One more thing the problem is the position of this statue of Vishnu. Lord Vishnu is typically located in the North, but the statue pedestal is located in the South. Some say from where it had violated the terms of the Palace of the Gods, but there is a call that does not matter, as long as you interpret correctly the position, not the North from the South alone.

Bali will have a toll road over the sea

Bali will have a toll road over the sea! Wow, an idea that will be realized by the government for the smooth traffic on roads and airport seputaran two important regions of the world tour the Nusa Dua and Benoa area. The launch of the highway project has been conducted from December 21 last.

Congestion lately getting worse. Not only cause loss of time, but on the other hand would make a bored and disappointed tourists walk in the area of Nusa Dua and Benoa.

Congestion problems in the area of the airport I have experienced too often, even traffic jams occur almost every day from morning till night. There is no road connecting the airport and Benoa unless we are willing to turn toward the north through the city of Denpasar to tens of kilometers. And even then no guarantee we will also be free from congestion.

road construction, is designed to reduce the current congestion often occurs on the path to the Nusa Dua Denpasar. In addition to connecting Denpasar to Nusa Dua, the toll road will facilitate access to Ngurah Rai of the area.

The motorway has a length of about 12 kilometers and is built on the sea. To that end, the construction was needed about 18,000 concrete piles along the 18 meter and 60 centimeters in diameter. Highway construction is targeted for completion in May 2013. The choice of highway construction on the sea is because in addition to cope with congestion also has the potential to earn income. The road will be operated as toll roads in other areas in Indonesia, the system of pay that applied for its users.

Highway construction plans have been considered carefully by the Ministry of Public Works, Ministry of Environment and Ministry of Tourism and Culture, Ministry of Interior, Bali Province, Denpasar City Government, County delinquent, and leaders / community leaders Bali, including the toll road plan is above the sea??, not above the mangrove forests, mangrove forests are affected by the toll road to a minimum endeavored to preserve the mangrove conservation area. Attempts were not exposed to public land (using land that is owned by the government), Still keep the harmony that has been formed / happening in the local community. Do not move / change the locations of places of worship or places consecrated as temples. It has been agreed with management of mangrove forests to make the process of collaboration in the management of mangrove forests.

The toll road was impassable for automobiles and motorcycles. For cars will be charged a rate of Rp 10,000 and Rp 4,000 motorcycles.

Later this highway will be the most beautiful and iconic highway Bali.

This requires the construction of the highway fund of Rp 2.490.000.000.000 from a consortium comprising state-owned PT Jasa Marga Tbk, PT Pelindo III, PT Angkasa Pura I, PT Bali Tourism Development, PT Wijaya Karya Tbk, PT Adhi Karya Tbk, and PT Hutama Karya.

Denpasar Regency

 The growth of the tourism industry on the island of Bali Denpasar pushed into the center of business activity, and put this city as an area that has a per capita income and high growth in the province of Bali. The Government will prepare the three cities of Medan, Denpasar and Makassar as a new metropolitan city. The interior of the three cities were included in the National Spatial Plan.

Buleleng Regency

Buleleng regency is a district in the province of Bali, Indonesia. Singaraja is the capital city. Buleleng bordering the Java Sea in the north, west Jembrana, Karangasem district on the east and the District Bangli, Tabanan and Badung in the south.

Segment length Buleleng coast about 144 km, 19 km it passes Tejakula district. Apart from being the largest agricultural producer in Bali (Bali is famous for the production of bark and tangerine Tejakula), Buleleng district also has a fair amount of tourism objects such as Lovina beach, temples Pulaki, Air Sanih and of course the city of Singaraja own.

Buleleng divided into 9 districts and 148 villages / wards. Sub-subdistrict are:
1. Gerokgak
2. Seririt
3. Busung Biu
4. Banjar
5. Buleleng
6. Sukasada
7. Sawan
8. Kubutambahan
9. Tejakula

Sunday, February 5, 2012

About Bali

About Bali - Bali is the name of a province in Indonesia. Bali is also the name of a small island that is part of the province. In addition to the island of Bali, Bali Province is also composed of islands surrounding a smaller, the island of Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan island, Nusa Ceningan island and Serangan island.

Bali lies between Java and Lombok Island. The capital of Denpasar Bali is located in the south of the island. The majority of Balinese are Hindu. In the world, Bali is famous as a tourist destination with a unique variety of art-culture, especially for the Japanese, and Australia. Bali is also known as Thousand Island Island of the Gods and temples.

The island of Bali is part of the Lesser Sunda Islands along the 153 km and 112 km wide approximately 3.2 km from the island of Java. Astronomically, Bali is located at 8 ° 25'23 "south latitude and 115 ° 14'55" east longitude tropical climate that makes it like the rest of Indonesia.

Mount Agung is the highest point in Bali as high as 3148 m. The volcano last erupted in March 1963. Mount Batur is also one of the mountain in Bali. About 30,000 years ago, Mount Batur erupted and produced a terrible disaster on earth. Unlike in the north, the southern part of Bali is irrigated lowland rivers.

Based on the relief and topography, in the middle of the island lie the mountains that extends from west to east and between the mountains there is a cluster of volcanoes is Mount Batur and Mount Agung and the mountains are not volcanoes, namely Mount Merbuk, Patas and Mt Gunung Seraya. The existence of these mountains cause by Geographic Region Bali is divided into 2 (two) unequal parts namely North Bali with a narrow lowland and less sloping and South Bali with extensive lowland and sloping. Slope of the island consists of flat land (0-2%) covering 122 652 ha of undulating land (2-15%) covering 118 339 ha, steep land (15-40%) and an area of ​​190 486 ha of land is very steep (> 40%) covering 132 189 ha. Bali province to have 4 (four) lakes located in the mountains, the Lake Beratan, Buyan, Road and Lake Batur.

Bali Tample, Pura Batur

The capital of Bali is Denpasar. Other important places as Ubud is the arts center is located in Gianyar regency, while Kuta, Sanur, Seminyak, Jimbaran and Nusa Dua is a place that became a tourist destination, both onshore and tourist resort.

The total area of ​​the Province of Bali is 5636.66 km2 or 0.29% of the territory of the Republic of Indonesia. Administratively, the Province of Bali is divided into 9 regency, 55 districts and 701 villages / wards.

The division of regency in Bali

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Gianyar Regency

Gianyar Regency is a district in the province of Bali, Indonesia.This area is the cultural center of carving in Bali. Gianyar bordering the southwest city of Denpasar, Badung regency in the west, Bangli district in the east and south-east of Klungkung regency.

Gianyar is the art of craft production center in Bali. Various types of art production such as carvings, paintings, jewelry, etc.. Most of the crafts in exsport production to foreign countries.