Hotel opening in Ubud without doors and walls

Hotel opening in Ubud in September 2021 without doors and walls in an off-the-beaten-track, untouched part of northern Ubud . Pioneering a ‘no walls, no doors’ concept throughout the property and in each of its 16 balés (villas), Buahan, a Banyan Tree Escape, is scheduled to open in September 2021. Situated in a quiet enclave surrounded by rice paddies and jungle, the site’s unique topography is next to the Ayung River and waterfall, including a sweeping view of the seven majestic peaks. The resort has 16 balés, designed to blend spacious indoor-outdoor living areas with 180-degree panoramic views and sounds of nature through a bold taste of ‘The Naked Experience’ where only a thin veil separates guests from nature.

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Scattered on and off the property, secret Hideaway Spots draw on the element of being at one with nature, providing guests with a garden sanctuary for meditation, reading, or simply taking a moment to pause and unwind. At the resort’s heart are the Open Kitchen and Living Room, both open dining and lounge spaces created to evoke a sense of community where guests can learn how the resort’s zero-waste farm-to-table concept, local sourcing philosophy and heritage techniques. Seventy percent of the menu concept is plant-based, sourced locally within an hour’s drive from the property.

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The Botanist Bar is centred around the use of local-grown natural ingredients and botanicals infused into its beverages, while Toja Spa celebrates the wellbeing traditions from Buahan village and its surrounding areas, with a unique “open” garden experience – certified by the award-winning Banyan Tree Spa Academy.

Hotel opening in Ubud without doors and walls

 Hotel opening in Ubud without doors and walls


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Electric tourist car rental is launched

Electric tourist car rental is launched at Bali Collection in Nusa Dua from 3,8 US$ / 55.000 IDR  by  hour or 4 hours with driver for 30 US$ / 435.000 IDR . Persero , The Indonesia Tourism Development  and ITDC  Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation providing two vehicles. This electric car  consists of two types of BEV electric vehicles, namely electric vehicles with batteries and one type of electric vehicle PHEV / Plug in Hybrid Electric Vehicle, which is an electric vehicle that combines conventional engines and battery / electricity. There are 20 units of BEV electric vehicles available with a capacity of 20 Toyota COMS with a capacity of one passenger and 5 units of Toyota C + pod with a capacity of two passengers.

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The PHEV electric vehicle consists of 5 Toyota Prius units with a capacity of four passengers. 
These three types of electric vehicles have been specially prepared to serve the needs of tourists in The Nusa Dua Tourism Area and are supported by the provision of EV Smart Mobility Project shelters / stations which are placed in front of The Nusa Dua Central Parking (in front of Bali Collection). and at the entrance to Peninsula Island The Nusa Dua.
Electric tourist car rental is launched
These vehicles are available for tourists at a price of 3,8 US$ IDR 55,000 per hour for Toyota COMS and 6 US$ / IDR 88,000 per hour for Toyota C + Pod. Meanwhile, the Toyota Prius PHEV is rented with a number of package variations, namely the 4-hour package with a driver for 30 US$ / IDR 435,000, the 12-hour package with a driver for 68 US$ / IDR 985,000, and the 24-hour package without a driver for 37 US$ IDR 550,000. Users can  orders directly at the station or make online orders via the TRAC to GO or Mtoyota applications. This mode of transportation can be used in The Nusa Dua area and at the Tanjung Benoa and Jimbaran area. Since the end of December 2020, ITDC has presented 12 units of electric motorbikes in The Nusa Dua area.  Toyota’s Electric Vehicle (EV) Smart Mobility Project is also equipped with solar panel technology to meet the station’s needs in charging electric cars in operation.  
Electric tourist car rental is launched
All electric car units at The Nusa Dua will be sterilized before and after use.The pre- and post-use sterilization of the electric car unit is a form of implementing of the  health protocol. The Nusa Dua area  became the first tourism destination in Indonesia to win a National Gold Ranking Certificate for Sustainable Tourism Destinations in Indonesia or Gold Indonesia Sustainable Tourism Certification from the Ministry of Tourism. 

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5 Bali capsule hotels starting from 7 US$

5 Bali capsule hotels starting from 7 US$

5 Bali capsule hotels starting from only 7 US$ ( 100.000 Rp ) a night for budget travelers visiting the Island of the Gods. The first capsule hotel in Bali that is pocket-friendly is the Bali Bee House. The hotel is located on Jalan Raya Kesambi Kerobokan Gang Permatasari Number 11, North Kuta.

Bali Bee House. Jalan Raya Kesambi Kerobokan Gang Permatasari Number 11, North Kuta


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 This capsule hotel is a little different from other capsule hotels witch offering offer futuristic interior designs, but here you will be invited to stay like in a rattan frame. These rattans are a barrier between one capsule and another. The shape of the room is also unique, which resembles a bird cage with a rectangular shape.
Another cheap capsule hotel in Bali is the QB Sleep Capsule Hotel, this hotel is perfect for those of you who want to explore the Kuta area, such as Kuta Beach and other destinations.
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Apart from its strategic location, this hotel is only about 1.5 kilometers (km) away from Kuta Beach. Not to mention that the facilities offered by this capsule hotel are also quite complete.
You can also rent a motorbike to get around Kuta while staying at this capsule hotel. For the rate per night, you only need to spend starting from IDR 95 thousand. This capsule hotel is located on Jalan Petitenget no.8M, Kerobokan North Kuta,
Apart from its unique shape, this capsule hotel is also equipped with quite complete facilities such as internet facilities and so on. For those of you who are interested in staying at this hotel, you only need to spend IDR 110 thousand per night.
Another capsule hotel you can find in Bali is at V Canggu Dormitory. The interior design of each room prioritizes comfort and homey, you will not be bored if you linger in this capsule hotel.
There are two dormitory options at this hotel, specifically for men and women. All beds are single beds with blankets, internet and small table facilities. To spend the night here you only need to spend starting from IDR 100 thousand per night.
The second Dormitory hotel is  the capsule hotel New Seminyak which is located on Jalan Bantan Kangin, Tibubeneng, North Kuta District, Badung Regency, Bali.

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Electric car trip Jakarta to Bali

Electric car trip Jakarta to Bali cost only 15 US$ [ 200.000 IDR ] instead of 79 US$ [ 1.100.000 IDR ] normally on fuel according Erik Thohit , the Indonesian Minister of State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN) Erick Thohir said the use of electric cars is much more economical than conventional cars that rely on fuel oil .Our oil needs are around 1.5 million barrels per day, while domestic production is only half of it,  Electric cars fully use domestic energy such as coal, gas, water, or EBT. We don’t need to waste foreign exchange, “he said. In order to encourage use and provide convenience for electric car users, the government has ensured that PLN ( Indonesian Electric state owned company ) is ready to meet the needs of electricity supply and supporting infrastructure, including SPKLU ( power charging station ).

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Meanwhile, the composition of the charging infrastructure preparation is 80 percent in households, 20 percent of SPKLU in public places. “Because it is a habit for electric car owners to charge at home at  night and the car can be  used again in the morning,” added Erick. In terms of operational costs, the use of electric cars is also considered to be more efficient than oil-fueled cars. In fact, PLN has also prepared a discount for added power and a 30% discount for charging electric cars at home at night. “Only a fifth of the fuel car. If for the same mileage an ordinary car costs 500.000 IDR ( 35 US$ ) for example, this electric car only needs 100.000 IDR ( 7 US$ ). Has been tested by the Commissioner of PLN. (Route) Jakarta-Bali only needs 200.000 IDR ( 15 US$ ).

Electric car trip Jakarta to Bali

If using an ordinary car, the fuel will be used up around 1.1 million, “said Erick. The use of electric cars is also more environmentally friendly because it produces less CO2 emissions than ordinary cars. So that it will improve air quality and support the achievement of targets for reducing national greenhouse gas emissions.

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Erik Thohit , the Indonesian Minister of State-Owned Enterprises

To support the use of electric cars on the Trans Java Toll Road, currently PLN has SPKLUs in 4 rest areas on the Trans Java Toll Road. Erick reiterated that President Joko Widodo had issued Presidential Regulation No. 55 of 2019 concerning the Acceleration of the Battery Electric Vehicle Program for Road Transportation to encourage the use of electric cars in Indonesia. He considered that encouragement was needed in the form of a Ministerial Regulation for incentives and financial support in order to promote electric cars.

Electric car trip Jakarta to Bali

With an electric car ecosystem that is supported by regulations, there will be investment opportunities . The battery industry will grow , including battery exchange services as an attractive business model for the community says Erick. Changing the ecosystem of fuel vehicles to electric vehicles is a step towards realizing energy security, converting imported energy consumption into domestic energy, reducing transportation operating costs, and reducing emissions so that the environment is cleaner.

Electric car trip Jakarta to Bali

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Most beautifully designed hotel in north Bali

Most beautifully designed hotel. Hotel Tiing  is being called the most beautifully designed hotel of the year the third annual Dezeen Awards, which recognizes the best architecture, interior and design projects around the world. the Tiing is designed to help guests to unwind and reconnect, architect Nic Brunsdon said he knew that he wanted the hotel to frame the landscape. To do this, he designed seven ‘blades,’ consisting of upper- and lower-level guest suites, that propel out from a central space.

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Located in the seaside town of in Tejakula on Bali’s less touristy north coast, the Tiing Hotel is a two-and-half hour drive through the jungle from the airport in Denpasar.

With a name that means “bamboo”, The Tiing’s short life-cycle mirrors the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on one of the world’s favourite tourist destinations. Nice place to be stuck. And with Bali announcing it will remain closed until at least 2021, sweet tariffs to be paying for the privilege of enjoying a place that hasn’t been so low-key since the 1970s.

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Again on the radar as a praise-worthy architectural exercise, Brunsdon’s conception for such a culturally-responsive Balinese resort has made it through to the shortlist of the third annual Dezeen Awards, which has culled 4300 international submissions to showcase what it considers the greatest of the recently finished buildings, interiors, landscapes and furnishings.In the 42 categories, and of the 187 potential finalists sorted out by one of the globe’s leading online architectural journals, Australia has 13 entries in architecture and interiors.

Most beautifully designed hotel in north Bali .

Located in the seaside town of in Tejakula on Bali’s less touristy north coast

The Tiing, which was leading the People’s Choice category for hospitality buildings at the time of publishing, is one of the two offshore entries made by Australian studios that are in the running for the main awards to be announced at the end of November, joining Koning Eizenberg’s very interesting arrested decay redevelopment of a children’s museum in a lightening-hit building in Pittsburg in the US.

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Bali home 100 year old carefully restored

Bali home 100 year old which reveals a love story that began between a magical place on Earth and the people who fell in love with it. On the outskirts of Ubud, in Bali, Indonesia, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, is this tranquil, ecological reserve for the Hindus—this is also where two rivers meet. The Campuhan Ridge Preserve, which still retains the charm of a bygone era, is a source of inspiration for countless artists and creatives. With this fascinating natural setting as a backdrop, Maximilian Jencquel, founder and director of Studio Jencquel, envisioned the Rumah Purnama villa which translates to “the house of the full moon” in Bahasa.

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The mystical context of the landscape inspired the home’s design. “The restoration process revealed the bare bones of the 100 year old home. While digging, we found a carved wooden sculpture, which we restored, and a python with 12 eggs which, according to Hindu beliefs, represents the reincarnation of the owners’ ancestors. In essence, this house is the continuation of a love story that began more than 100 years ago between a magical place on Earth and the people who fell in love with it,” says Maximilian.Focusing on the breathtaking views and the local context was priority during the restoration. From the outside, Rumah Purnama blends in seamlessly with nature, largely due to its material palette of natural materials such as tropical wood and an alang-alang roof

Bali home 100 year old

The original structure of wantilan (traditional pagoda, Balinese style) was retained, as a way of preserving Ubud’s cultural heritage. The two-story volume faces east, where the moonrise is framed behind the jungle and, to the northeast, you can view the sacred Gunung Agung volcano.

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Bali 90 kilometres run in 12 hours

Bali 90 kilometres run in 12 hours from the island’s northern shore to its south to raise $10,000 for struggling children in Bali. Jamin Heppell ran 90 kilometres and raised $10,000 to raise funds for children and families he saw struggling with the economic ramifications of a tourist exodus As people were scrambling for toilet paper in Australia’s first coronavirus lockdown, Heppell was just starting to find his feet in Bali. He had travelled there to be with his German partner to wait out the storm.Using the internet to find other like-minded nomads, they banded together to go “villa shopping” and were shocked by the prices, since most tourists had left Bali. Tourism directly employs 10 per cent of Indonesia’s workers, or about 12 million workers. But with tourists returning home en masse, Heppell could see the disruption on the streets. There hasn’t been a food shortage but there have been problems with food distribution,” he said. So Heppell decided he had to do something to help. What initially started as a personal goal was quickly transformed into a charity run.

Bali 90 kilometers run in 12 hoursInspired by an enigmatic 58-year old French man running the Mont Blanc 90km stretch, Heppell decided that it was finally his year to do an ultramarathon.I made a commitment to myself. I said regardless of what happens to that event, I’m going to do 90 kilometres on that weekend, no matter where I am in the world,” he said.After about a month being in Bali and recognising the economic devastation that the whole COVID thing had caused because of a lack of tourism, I thought I wanted to turn it into a fundraiser because I’ve been so privileged and so well taken care of while I’ve been here.


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Bali 90 kilometers run in 12 hours

Heppell and his coach devised a training regime, mapped a route and set up a support team.Two weeks out from my 90-kilometre run I formalised this partnership with Bali Hope Bali Children Foundation, and set a target of 9K for 90K,” Heppell said.I got going at 3:30am, I had a scooter in front of me and scooter behind me, and every five kilometres I had a support car that would prepare a whole bunch of food and liquid.Just three weeks later, Heppell has already exceeded his goal, raising $10,000 for the Bali Children Foundation.

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Hotel Capella in Ubud voted as best hotel

Hotel Capella in Ubud voted best hotel in the world in Top 100 list by readers from  the New York magazine Travel & Leisure.The idea of staying in a hotel beyond your own backyard may feel like a million miles away, but that doesn’t mean you can’t keep dreaming of a holiday abroad.


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New York magazine Travel & Leisure conducted a survey earlier this year, which concluded just before worldwide lockdown measures came into place to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.Based on an annual reader survey, readers can rate airlines, airports, car-rental agencies, cities, cruise ships, destination spas, hotels, hotel brands, isl The title for the World’s Best Hotel was awarded to Capella Ubud, a luxury hotel hideaway in the highlands that was designed by visionaire Bill Bensley. According to the publication, one reader described the hotel as “marvellous” while another said their stay was the “best personalised service” with staff being “super attentive” and the overall design as “unique. Sitting surrounded by small villages, shrines and rolling hills of green rice paddies in Ubud’s Keliki Valley, the hotel meets guests with a suspension bridge that takes each visitor to their own tented suite.ands and tour operators.

Hotel Capella in Ubud voted as best hotel

But if you’re wanting to put a short list of top hotels to book when international border restrictions ease, this lush pad in Bali should be at the top. the interiors have the aura of an old-world explorer’s hideaway — but in the most luxurious way, with teak flooring, vintage steamer trunks, and antique furnishings. Another big appeal for guests is the feeling of being immersed in the jungle, with dense forest on all sides and the River Wos rushing below.It’s a magical experience on the isle of gods,” as one guest said. Bali announced earlier this week, Bali announced the country will welcome back international visitors on September 11 2020

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200 megawatt solar power project for bali

200 megawatt solar power project

100-200 megawatt solar power project is scheduled  for Bali and Nusa Tenggara Bali in its first year to supply the Indonesian  provinces who needs the highest electricity capacity. A think tank and the government are working on an ambitious billion-dollar plan to recover Indonesia’s virus-ridden economy by installing thousands of rooftop solar panels.

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The scheme ultimately entails installing panels with a combined capacity of 1 gigawatt of peak power  a year for millions of Indonesia’s poorest households over the next four to five years. The scheme, dubbed the Solar Archipelago (Surya Nusantara) plan, is expected to cost Rp 15 trillion (US$1.07 billion) annually. Local think tank Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), which initiated the plan, estimates the scheme will generate up to 22,000 jobs from installing the panels and save the government billions of dollars in electricity subsidies.Cutting back subsidies is particularly attractive for the cash-strapped Indonesian government, namely the Energy and Mineral Resources and the Finance Ministry’s Fiscal Policy Agency (BKF), both of whom are working to develop the scheme.We expect implementation to start next year, but preparations must begin from today says  executive director Fabby Tumiwa . Fabby, who is also a member of the Indonesian Solar Energy Association (AESI), said much work remained, including training new panel installers via a government training program. Indonesia currently lacks the manpower to install one GWp of panels each year.

                5.7 % of the country’s power by 2025

Energy analysts globally are calling for governments to invest in green technology as countries begin disbursing billions of dollars in post-COVID-19 economic recovery schemes. The analysts argue that such investments could stimulate growth and create jobs without sacrificing environmental commitments. The period after the COVID-19 crisis could determine whether the world meets or misses the emissions goals of the 2015 Paris Agreement,” said consultancy McKinsey & Company in an article on May 27.

Indonesia, a signatory of the landmark Paris Agreement, has pledged to make solar contribute 5.7 percent of the country’s power by 2025, yet solar only contributed 0.1 percent last year.

The Indonesian government has budgeted Rp 695.2 trillion in economic recovery funds, slated for healthcare system, social safety nets, incentives for small businesses and job creation, among other things, but there is no specific mention of renewable energy. To put that money back into coal would be a mistake,” Rudolf Rauch, renewable energy program coordinator of the GIZ, Germany’s federal enterprise for international cooperation.

200 megawatt solar power

realistically” kick off with 100-200 megawatt in Nusa Tenggara and Bali

Rauch commended the green economic recovery plan but pointed out that Indonesia lacked the manpower to “just jump” into installing 1GWp of panels. He suggested that the government start by installing 200 MW in the first year, then double the figure every following year.

The Energy ministry’s renewables director Harris said the ministry was in talks with the BKF over the plan. He also expected the scheme to create local employment opportunities and grow the domestic solar industry.Everyone can benefit, and the government can save on long-term subsidies,” Harris said.

The government has allocated Rp 97.42 trillion for this year’s energy subsidy, according to Presidential Regulation (Perpres) No. 54/2020 on the 2020 state budget revision. However, Finance Ministry Fiscal Policy Agency head Febrio Nathan Kacaribu said earlier this month that the energy subsidy budget had been lowered to Rp 92.2 trillion following the plunge in oil prices. Indonesia currently has 31 million households eligible for electricity subsidies. The government spent Rp52.7 trillion on subsidies for those homes last year.

BKF special advisor Joko Tri Hariyanto said the agency was trying to diversify the green economic recovery program’s funding, such as by adding government debt papers and sharia-compliant bonds (sukuk), instead of fully relying on the state budget (APBN), as IESR initially planned.

The BKF is currently awaiting feedback from the energy ministry and the IESR on the scheme. If the energy ministry were to redirect electricity subsidy funds, they would need to talk to PLN,” he said. “If this program does have a good multiplier effect, whether in terms of people’s income or local job creation, then that Rp 15 trillion may come from the state budget.

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Bali hungry dogs feeded by welfare group

Bali hungry dogs feeded by welfare group Four Paws, a global animal welfare group, and the Bali Animal Welfare Association have come to the rescue, feeding the thousands of starving animals who previously relied on the tourism industry for food. Currently, thousands of stray animals on the usually bustling island have been forced to survive on minimal food, and innutritious scraps like dried husks and kernels of corn,” a release from Four Paws said.The new program, consisting of two teams of full-time feeders, will run for three-and-a-half months total. So far, feeders have been working for three weeks and have provided thousands of meals to stray animals.The team’s presence on the ground has also had the unintended additional benefit of providing medical care to animals that need it, as well as protecting street dogs from being taken in to the dog meat trade.With flights halted, jobs gone, expats repatriated, and restaurants closed, stray animals on the island have lost their food sources,” Dr. Katherine Polak, head of Four Paws Stray Animal Care projects in Southeast Asia, said in the release.She continued, “Facing starvation, dogs are especially at risk of being poisoned or killed in brutal ways. Many starving dogs tend to steal food or hunt and kill farmed animals, placing them in conflict with local communities.

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