Traffic jams expected as thousands of vehicles enter Bali during holiday

Traffic jams expected as thousands of vehicles enter Bali during holiday

Traffic jams expected as thousands of vehicles enter Bali during holiday

Authorities in Bali are expecting more incoming traffic from Java today, following the 20,000 motor vehicles that have reportedly crossed to the island since Dec. 23.


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“Maybe you are already experiencing the impact on traffic, especially in Denpasar and Kuta, as well as around the airport,” Adi Sulistyo Utomo from Denpasar Police Traffic Unit said yesterday, as quoted by Tribun.

Adi said the number of vehicles are expected to peak today, most of which are cars coming from Java through Gilimanuk Port in Bali’s Jembrana regency. He added that many are coming from Banyuwangi, East Java, while some originated from Jakarta and Bandung.

The holiday season has always been a busy time for Bali, with more domestic tourists visiting from other parts of Indonesia. Officials said they have observed more holidaymakers coming using private vehicles, especially with the increase of domestic airfare prices over the past year.

“We estimate that there’s been about 40 percent increase [of cars entering to Bali] due to the new toll road and expensive plane tickets, so those who are going on the new year holiday to Bali are taking their own private vehicles,” AA Ngurah Rai Yuda Darma, who heads Badung regency’s Transportation Agency, told Detik.

If you have somehow avoided the traffic congestion in Bali, all the commotion might be building up even more now with New Year’s Eve coming tomorrow. We’re not exactly keen on going out and getting stuck in traffic, as these videos have more than convinced us to stay at home.

 


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Eco Friendly prefab homes unveiled in Bali

Eco Friendly prefab homes futured by Bali-based architect Alexis Dornier has unveiled a beautiful, eco-friendly concept for a series of prefabricated homes that are elevated off the landscape by stilts. The Stilt Studios come in a variety of sizes, from one-story to multi-level, all raised above the ground to reduce the structures’ impact. Additionally, the prefab design, which can be easily disassembled and moved to new locations, includes a number of sustainable features, such as solar power and integrated rainwater collection systems.Eco Friendly prefab home According to the architect, inspiration for the Stilt Studios came from a problematic housing issue common in Bali. “The reality here is that we often find leasehold plots with a limited amount of years,” explained the German architect, who currently resides in Bali. “This situation calls for us to tread lightly through prefab ‘PropTech’ structures that could be packed up and re-erected someplace else.”

Eco Friendly prefab homesAccordingly, the concept calls for prefab building system, which would allow the units to be installed by families who are in need of extra space. The homes could also be used as rental units for extra income. The structures would come in a number of sizes as well, depending on the owners’ needs.


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Eco Friendly prefab homes would be made out of steel frameworks initially, but Dornier hopes to build additional models out of CLT paneling. Other sustainable features to the design are plentiful, with solar arrays on the roof to generate energy, large roof overhangs to reduce solar heat gain on the interior and a built-in rainwater harvesting system to reuse water. Wide, open doorways and large windows would also promote natural air ventilation. The concept envisions families growing their own organic food underneath the buildings.

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Havaianas Sandals Local Soul a Brazilian origin, chose Bali as a tourist destination which was appreciated in the exclusive collection of Local Soul .During his professional career life, Monez has produced many works with colourful  styles and distinctive touches. This time Havaianas invited Monez to dive deeper to produce endless summer visuals in Bali. This collaboration will be the first time between Havaianas and native Indonesian artists. Monez’s works are printed on Classic Havaianas Top and Slim models that provide comfort, relaxed style and an elegant touch.

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Everything is summarized in Monez’s illustrations for the Havaianas Local Soul Bali collection . “Be the first to witness a unique collection designed by Monez,” said Jitin Kapoor, Managing Director of PT Kanmo Retail Indo, in his press release. AAccording to Kapoor, the collection of Havaianas Local Soul Bali can be found exclusively at Havaianas stores in Bali. “This is a perfect souvenir to remember a vacation in Bali,” he continued. Top version of sandals (for men) are available in sizes 37 / 38-45 / 46 priced at Rp 349,000. Meanwhile, the Slim version (for women) is available in sizes 33 / 34-41 / 42, sold at the same price.

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Dreamy Beach House Tanjung on Lembongan Island

Dreamy Beach House Tanjong an escape from the daily grind: Inside the dreamy beach house off the coast of Bali that was designed by the architect of the Four Seasons

Dreamy Beach House Tanjung was designed by the architect of the Four Seasons


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A beach house dubbed the ‘ultimate getaway’ off the coast of Bali is making waves with those keen to escape the daily grind and try a different pace of life.

Dreamy Beach House Tanjung on Lembongan Island was designed by the Bali-based architects most famous for the Four Seasons in Bali, and it boasts 270 degree views of the surrounding seascapes.

The villa itself includes five bedrooms and five bathrooms, as well as an infinity pool that curves around the edge of the villa and the natural headland.

Dreamy Beach House Tanjung on Lembongan Island was designed by the Bali-based architects most famous for the Four Seasons, Grounds Kent

The dreamy beach house Tanjung has been marketed at clients living in Western Australia looking for a sea change, with the guide price set around $3 million.Speaking to FEMAIL, agent Jody Fewster said the property is ‘very, very special’.
She highlighted the Balinese landscaped garden, the bamboo components of the space as well as its proximity to a beautiful and secluded beach as the most individual parts of Villa Tanjung.
‘It’s luxury living in old style Bali,’ she said.

 

Those keen on surfing and snorkelling can enjoy world-class options on the remote island of Lembongan.

The villa also includes a fitness room, alongside an open-plan living and dining area that is perfect for entertaining.

The villa recently won the Bali Architects award for best villa in Bali in the ‘Akomodasi Paraiwisata’ category.

This means that it was the best villa in the tourism category, and can be rented out – rather than just used as a private villa.

The previous family let out the property when they weren’t using it to travellers keen for a taste of luxury, with the full villa costing up to 11 guests $1,400 per night.

The word ‘Tanjung is Bahasa Indonesian for promontory, headland or peninsula. The villa is located on the tanjung between Mushroom Bay and Tamarind Bay.

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Yoga and Meditation Festival Rumah Luwih Dec 21/22

Yoga and Meditation Festival on 21 & 22 December 2019. An eventful festival filled with inner self discovery, mind quietude; yoga, meditation, qi gong and many more body-mind-and-soul benefiting activities. Anjasmara, Indonesian well-known celebrity who has devoted his past few years in practicing and teaching yoga in both local and international festivals, will be the prominent figure to share the practice of Yoga and wellbeing alongside Indonesia’s renowned meditation practitioner Bapak Merta Ada from Bali Usada. Other Bali’s wellness influential figures will also take part such as Ibu Anandinii-Ayu Suciani – one of Bali’s Qigong masters, and Bapak Komang Sidha – an avid Astanga Vinyasa Yoga teacher.

During the festival, there will be bazaar of wholesome nutritious food and beverage stalls, and other wellness focused stalls. This two days festival will be filled with peace, fun and engaging interactions between visitors and yoga enthusiast with aforementioned wellness figures.


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Yoga and Meditation Festival is hold at the Rumah Luwih resort . This beautifully designed by Indonesia’s renowned architect, Hadi Prana. Inspired by the architecture of the early 20th Century Water Palace of Karangasem, Rumah Luwih echos the multi-cultural history that is Indonesia. From its Peranakan inspired cuisine and classic Dutch era tiles with ornamental motifs, to the curated antiques, teakwood fittings and use of beautiful silk, every element is handpicked with a seemingly casual attention to detail creating a unique residential ambiance.

The resorts is located only 5 minutes drive from Bali Safari & Marine Park, 25 minutes from Sanur and 20 minutes to Gianyar and the popular and famous shopping markets of Sukawati and just a 30 minutes to the historic & cultural center of famous Ubud.

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Sulawesi art: Animal painting found in cave is 44,000 years old

Sulawesi Animal painting cave 44000 years old

Sulawesi art: Animal painting found in cave is 44,000 years old

Sulawesi art: Animal painting found in cave is 44,000 years old – A painting discovered on the wall of an Indonesian cave has been found to be 44,000 years old.  The art appears to show a buffalo being hunted by part-human, part-animal creatures holding spears and possibly ropes.

Some researchers think the scene could be the world’s oldest-recorded story.


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The findings were presented in the journal Nature by archaeologists from Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia.

Adam Brumm – an archaeologist at Griffith – first saw the pictures two years ago, after a colleague in Indonesia shimmied up a fig tree to reach the cave passage.

“These images appeared on my iPhone,” said Mr Brumm. “I think I said the characteristic Australian four-letter word out very loud.”

The Indonesian drawing is not the oldest in the world. Last year, scientists said they found “humanity’s oldest drawing” on a fragment of rock in South Africa, dated at 73,000 years old.

What do the drawings show?

Sulawesi Animal painting cave 44000 years old

The drawings were found in a cave called Leang Bulu’Sipong 4 in the south of Sulawesi, an Indonesian island east of Borneo.

The panel is almost five metres wide and appears to show a type of buffalo called an anoa, plus wild pigs found on Sulawesi.

Alongside them are smaller figures that look human – but also have animal features such as tails and snouts.

In one section, an anoa is flanked by several figures holding spears.

“I’ve never seen anything like this before,” said Mr Brumm. “I mean, we’ve seen hundreds of rock art sites in this region – but we’ve never seen anything like a hunting scene.”

However, other researchers have questioned whether the panel represents a single story – and say it could be a series of images painted over a longer period.

“Whether it’s a scene is questionable,” says Paul Pettitt, an archaeologist and rock-art specialist at Durham University told Nature.
How do we know it’s 44,000 years old?

The team analysed calcite “popcorn” that had built up on the painting.

Radioactive uranium in the mineral slowly decays into thorium, so the team measured the levels of different isotopes of these elements.

They found the calcite on a pig began forming at least 43,900 years ago, and the deposits on two buffalo were at least 40,900 years old.

There are at least 242 caves or shelters with ancient imagery in Sulawesi alone – and new sites are being discovered annually.
How does it compare to other prehistoric art?

It may not be the oldest drawing, but researchers say it could be the oldest story ever found.

“Previously, rock art found in European sites dated to around 14,000 to 21,000 years old were considered to be the world’s oldest clearly narrative artworks,” said the paper in Nature.

The Sulawesi drawings could also be the oldest animal drawing ever found.

Last year, a cave painting in Borneo – thought to be the oldest of an animal – was found to be at least 40,000 years old.


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How to tell if your digital addiction is ruining your life

How to tell if your digital addiction is ruining your life

How to tell if your digital addiction is ruining your life
Some people fear we’re interacting more with our phones at the expense of our loved ones.
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Terri R. Kurtzberg, Rutgers University Newark

The fear that digital distractions are ruining our lives and friendships is widespread.


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To be sure, digital addiction is real. Consider the 2,600 times we touch our phones every day, our panic when we temporarily misplace a device, the experience of “phantom vibration syndrome” and how merely seeing a message alert can be as distracting as checking the message itself.

This can have real consequences. For example, other people do take it personally if you stop talking to them to answer a message. And taking a break from a task to look at your cell phone precludes deep thinking on whatever you were doing.

But this tells only part of the story. We need to also acknowledge that today’s technologies can make us more connected than ever before.

So how do we avoid the potential pitfalls while still reaping the benefits?

How screens affect our interactions

As a researcher in the area of technology and communications, I have spent nearly two decades looking at the ways in which interacting via screens is different from interacting in other ways, including face-to-face, on the phone and in writing.

My research group has produced study after study showing that people are more self-serving (that is, they lie more), more negative (for example, giving others lower feedback ratings) and less cooperative (more “looking out for No. 1” behavior) when they use digital means of communicating. And for children under five, there are serious concerns for brain development.

Our fears about the impact of increasing amounts of screen time on ourselves and our children involve three main areas: mental health, addiction and the level of engagement with what’s going on around us. In all three, the risks are generally overblown.

Much has been made of the potential links between depression and cell phone use – especially in teenagers – but recent evidence seems to indicate that that link is tenuous at best.

As for addiction, the field of psychology has now recognized video game addiction as a genuine and diagnosable problem. Stories from rehab centers for people whose lives have been consumed by this addiction suggest the phenomenon is real and the suffering can be quite genuine.

But this is rare compared with the numbers of people who play online games without serious consequences.

And in terms of engagement, despite growing amounts of time spent on screens, the vast majority of kids do still get educated, make friends and go on to lead productive lives.

Teens can spend countless hours on their phones and still be engaged in life around them.
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A more connected world

As more and more of our interactions move away from the traditional face-to-face and into the online realm, I believe we must recognize that in some areas, richness and engagement may also be on the rise.

Colleagues can work together from afar, friends can keep in touch without restraint and grandparents can directly touch base with their grandkids without needing to schedule a visit or go through the parents.

Language changes as we interact in shorter bursts, allowing us to connect in less formal ways. Humor changes as we are able to add visuals – pictures, emojis, GIFs, memes – to our words. Even those online video games can be a portal to increased social interactions for some.

Do you have a problem?

Perhaps the best way to evaluate time spent with our phones is to ask two related questions.

First, what are you doing with the time you’re devoting to your phone, and is it consistent with your values and priorities?

If you feel that you and your kids are enjoying your screen time and not risking sleep, work or in-person interactions, you may not have much reason for concern. To help with this task, tools and apps that can track your screen time and let you know where your attention is being directed – or even limit where it can go – are becoming more prevalent.

Secondly, what are your blind spots about where and how phone use might be limiting the rest of your life?

Most of us realize we shouldn’t use phones right before bed – or, even worse, when driving or crossing streets – and we know we should keep an eye on our kids and teenagers to ensure that they are building good habits both inside and outside the digital realm. But we’re less clear on how our phones might be affecting our lives in other ways.

The latest research offers some lessons. For starters, we’re not as good as we think at multitasking: We generally give worse attention to both tasks when we try to do two things at once. Over time, people who do this constantly end up with greater error rates on tasks, perhaps linked to poorer working memories.

Even the mere presence of a phone can limit your engagement with work and your ability to build relationships with others.

This is a good time to put that phone away.
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Finding that ever-elusive balance

All of this means that even though you may not need to worry about your phone use overall, there are still moments when you’d be wise to put your device out of sight and earshot. This will give you the best chance to think about complex tasks without interruption or to engage more fully with those around you.

Putting down our phones completely seems neither realistic nor desirable: Society has moved forward, phones in hand.

But choosing the moments where being phone-free is most valuable can help keep you on track.

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Terri R. Kurtzberg, Associate Professor of Management and Global Business , Rutgers University Newark

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.


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Strict Prevention Of African Swine Flu

Strict Prevention Of African Swine Flu

Strict Prevention Of African Swine Flu – African Swine Fever (ASF) or better known as African swine flu is threatening swine farms in Indonesia, especially Bali.

Prevent African Swine Flu, Airport and Port Surveillance Tightened.


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DENPASAR – African Swine Fever (ASF) or better known as African swine flu is threatening swine farms in Indonesia, especially Bali.

Anticipating the threat of this ASF disease, the Denpasar Agricultural Quarantine held a coordination meeting with agencies to tighten supervision through the Airport and Port.

Head of the Denpasar Agricultural Quarantine said the Coordination Meeting as a step in uniting perceptions of early prevention efforts for ASF entry.

“This meeting discusses the efforts and strategies taken against the possibilities of potential entry and spread of diseases caused by viruses from the family Asfarviridae (a family of viruses that have only one genus and one species, namely the Asfivirus genus and the African swine fever virus species)”, he explained at the Agriculture Quarantine in Denpasar, Tuesday (12/10/2019).

Strict Prevention Of African Swine Flu

Swine flu virus particles (influenza type A subtype H1N1).

It also discussed the source of ASF virus transmission that can be transmitted through passenger contaminated with viruses from epidemic countries, such as food ingredients that contain pork, as well as food / catering leftovers from aircraft and cruise ships originating from outbreak countries.

He said, the sources of this transmission became the focus of supervision to filter out the entry of the ASF outbreak to Bali.

With this Coordination Meeting, he continued, his team wanted to sharpen again the quarantine support for preventing the entry of ASF to Bali by involving stakeholders at the Airport, Seaport, Local Government, and managing aircraft and marine waste in the landfill (TPA) and breeders pigs around landfill in particular.

“The key to the success of ASF prevention in Bali is strong coordination”, he stressed while chairing the Coordination Meeting.

Strict Prevention Of African Swine Flu

African Swine Fever (ASF) or better known as African swine flu.

Meanwhile the Chairperson of the Bali branch of the Indonesian Veterinarian Association (PDHI) Prof. I Kt Puja revealed, the most effective thing to do now is to prevent the entry of the disease since there is no cure and vaccine yet.

With this coordination meeting, it is hoped that the ASF virus filter that enters Bali can be layered and prevention efforts can provide maximum results.

Namely acting as resources were the Chairperson of the Bali Branch PDHI, the Denpasar Veterinary Center and from the Denpasar Agricultural Quarantine in the presence of Regional Government Agencies and Stakeholders who were directly involved both at the Airport and Sea Port.

Confirmed, the status of ASF disease that has become epidemic in several neighboring countries and the last in September 2019, such as the closest country of Indonesia, namely Timor Leste, has been established as a country with this one epidemic.

 

Strict Prevention Of African Swine Flu

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The Marmalade Sessions & Rio Sidik

The Marmalade Sessions, is about to kick off one heck of a Big Bang! on Saturday 30 November 2019. at
The Orchard Bar & Restaurant Nakula Street, Alley No. 99x on Seminyak  Bali,
With the original Orchard family brothers, The Island Souls Donee, Deny, Glen, Momo, Joe, I’ll be running us through another magical Saturday night of exceptional music, showmanship and on top of that we have Bali’s heavy hitting, internationally famous trumpet extraordinaire Rio Sidik

A night that will be infused with The Marmalade Sessions  from blues rock to reggae and folk, these lads will blow the roof off your weekend in true Orchard style !!


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Come down and be part of a true Orchard live music experience with the best talent the island has to offer!

Show starts at 8 PM.
Come early and fire up with our Happy Hour from 5 to 7 PM with buy one get one free on all of our delicious mouthwatering cocktails.
And also Buy Two Get One Free from 8 till late!

The Orchard Bar & Restaurant music venue in Bali. Located in Seminyak. Local and international live bands 5 nights a week. Happy hour 5-7 PM every day. Award-winning restaurant.

The Orchard is a home away from home, with great food, the largest selection of draft beers and ales on the island, with the friendliest staff anywhere on Bal i.

Three nights a week the venue becomes the home of contemporary Indonesian music. Come down on any Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday to see for yourself and check our events page for details on who is playing.

More info : http://www.theorchardbali.com