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Sustainable Interior Design & Decoration Seminar - For A Better Environment
Wednesday April 23, 2008 detail

American Swims At UN Climate Change Convention
Thursday January 31, 2008
American Swims at UN Climate Change Convention Bali-based Monte Monfore expresses his love for the sea and its creatures with another marathon swim. On the morning of December 10 environmental and humanitarian swimmer Monte Monfore swam six kilometers from Serangan Island to Nusa Dua.  His Reverse Climate Change Swim was an official parallel event to the United Nations Climate Change detail

Keeping The Locals In Stitches
Monday June 11, 2007
Bali's Garment Sector Has Shrunk Dramatically Since 2005 Terrorist Attack. (6/11/2007) The Indonesian-language BisnisBali reports that around 70% of the companies involved in Bali's off-the-rack garment trade have ceased operations in the aftermath of the second terrorist attack of October 2005. From an original 175 registered Bali members of the Indonesian Textile Association (API), only detail

Monte Swims To Fight Child Hunger
Saturday May 05, 2007
Earlier this month American world record ocean swimmer and Bali resident Monte Monfore achieved another world first swimming from Lombok to Gili Tranwangan.  His 7-kilometer, Lombok Fight Hunger Swim was part of the May 13, 2007 World Food Programme global Walk the World event supporting hungry school children throughout the world. The 46-year-old American humanitarian swimmer detail

Bali To Commence Thermal Power Plant Development
Saturday April 21, 2007
The province of Bali is expected to begin developing a 400-MW thermal power plant (PLTU) around Celukan Bawang port, in the Buleleng district, in efforts to anticipate a power crisis on the island, Asia Pulse reported as quoted by Indonesia’s Trade and Investment News published by the Coordinating Ministry for the Economy. "The thermal power plant is expected to commence operation in detail

Museum On Volcanoes Opens On Slopes Of Mt. Batur, Bali
Saturday April 21, 2007
Bisnis Indonesia reports that Minister for Energy and Mineral Resources, Purnomo Yusgiantoro, recently inaugurated a Museum on Volcanoes on the slope of Mt. Batur, an active volcano in the district of Bangli, Bali. Here visitors may learn how volcanoes erupt, and children may play at interactive computer games animations. adds that of the 129 volcanoes found in Indonesia, in detail

Bank Indonesia: Bali’s Economy Must Not Depend Solely On Tourism
Saturday March 31, 2007
Head of Bank Indonesia in Bali, Ketut Sanjaya told a recent discussion forum on Bali’s Economic growth in 2007, that the island province  should not solely and continuously depend on Tourism alone to boost its economy, reports Kompas daily. It has been proven that tourism is very sensitive to and is adversely impacted by issues such as safety and security. For this reason, Bali must detail

Bali Benoa As An International Port For Export
Monday March 26, 2007
The Expense and Delay of Overland Trans-Shipments Increase Calls for the Expansion of Bali's Port of Benoa. (1/20/2007) Plans by the government to encourage exports from Bali by upgrading two seaports in East Java has received a less-than-enthusiastic reception by Bali exporters and freight-forwarders who see the maximization of Bali's Benoa port as a more workable solution to upgrading the detail

CX Just Got Cheaper!
Sunday March 25, 2007
Los Angeles to Bali from US$740 Cathay Pacific Offers Unbeatable Specials Fares to Bali for U.S. Travelers. (3/24/2007) Fly to Bali from Los Angeles between April 1 and May 31, 2007 or between August 15 and November 30, 2007 and you could pay only US$740 roundtrip in economy class on Cathay Pacific Airways.Here's the fine print on this exceptional offer from Cathay Pacific Airways:• If detail

Changing Market Mix For Bali Tourism
Sunday March 25, 2007
Bali by the Numbers: Dividing Up the Market Mix Pie January - February 2007 versus 2000. (3/25/2007) In an attempt to see how the complexion of Bali's inbound tourism is changing, this installment of Bali by the Numbers compares the general international market mix for the combined months of January and February for 2000 and 2007.A side-by-side comparison of the same two month period detail

Lights, Camera, Action
Saturday March 24, 2007
Baliwood: Bali Film Center Attends Major Film Location Show in Bid to Turn Island into Feature Film-Making Mecca. (3/24/2007) The Director of the Bali Film Center (BFC), Deborah Gabinetti, traveled to FILMART's Locations World held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre March 20-22, 2007, to introduce the diversity of Indonesian and Balinese locations and the low production costs detail

Ironman Champion, Chris Lieto To Join Bali Triathlon
Saturday March 24, 2007
Three Time Ironman Champion Will Join Bali International Triathlon June 24, 2007. (3/24/2007) Bali International Triathlon, LLC have confirmed that Ironman champion triathlete Chris Lieto will participate in the 1st Annual Bali International Triathlon to be held in Bali on June 24, 2007 at Jimbaran Bay. Lieto's appearance at the Bali race will immediately follow his participation in Ironman detail

Minister Wacik To Welcome Qatar Airways To Bali
Saturday March 24, 2007
Indonesian Minister of Culture and Tourism to Officially Welcome Qatar Airway’s Commencement of Service to Bali. (3/24/2007) As reported on [See: Bali Prepares to Welcome Qatar Airways], the Island of Bali will officially welcome the inauguration of a four-time-a-week service by Qatar Airways to Bali on Wednesday, March 28, 2007.Minister Jero Wacik to Personally detail

European Cruise Ships Call On Makassar And Bali
Sunday March 04, 2007
Indonesia has again become a popular destination for European cruise ships this cruising season. The French liner Costa Marina and the German vessel “Albatros” have made Pare-pare and Makassar, both in South Sulawesi, and Benoa, Bali their ports of call. These are to be followed suit by a Dutch cruise ship this week, reports Media Indonesia.  On 3 February, the French liner & detail

Bali Gets High Marks In Australian Safety Audit, And From Japanese Government
Friday December 22, 2006
One of 's leading private security companies, SNP Security, recently completed an intensive four-day safety audit of Bali and its tourism industry that tracked significant improvements in the Island 's approach to safety and security, reports Managing Director of SNP Security, Tom Roche, said Bali today is in a visibly and vastly more improved security situation than detail

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