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Changes of Traffic Flow – Kuta

Even if you’re already familiar with Kuta’s streets, now you’re going to have to pay close attention in the coming days, as test changes to one-way streets will be put in place to hopefully achieve Bali Police Chief Insp. Gen. Petrus R Golose’s goal of getting traffic moving. It’s likely going to be pretty confusing at first and we’re sure not everyone will want to comply right off, but hopefully police will follow through with their vision and we’ll experience less traffic jamming when it’s all said and done.

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Streets

Kuta Traffic Police will be doing a pilot run to make a handful of two-way streets into one-ways, including Jl. Dewi Sartika, Jl. Raya Kuta, Jl. Patih Jelantik, and Jl. Majapahit, under direction of the chief of Bali Police’s Traffic Unit.

Kuta  Routes

Traffic for Jl. Dewi Sartika will flow in one direction, from south to north. Then traffic on Jl. Raya Kuta starting from the intersection with Jl. Patih Jelantik, will flow one-way from north to south, Bali Police Traffic Unit Assistant Commissioner Bonaparte Silalahi said on Monday, as quoted by Tribun Bali.

Meanwhile, Jl. Patih Jelantik will flow one way, from west to east, while Jl. Majapahit will flow one way from south to north. And in Legian, traffic that had previously flowed from north to south will switch from south to north on Jl. Legian, starting north from the street’s intersection with Jl. Melasti, according to Silalahi. North Kuta will also apparently experience some traffic change ups as well.

Kerobokan Routes

In terms of directional flow, both Jl. Kayu Aya and Jl. Braban will experience test runs as one-way streets. Jl. Kayu Aya will flow from west to east, while Jl. Braban will be converted to flow east to west.

The traffic flow on Jl. Raya Kerobokan, starting from the intersection at Sunset Road, will be diverted. Traffic flowing from north to south to Jl. Kayu Aya at the West Sunset Road intersection will be diverted eastward through the Jl. Mertandi intersection.

And to try and prevent bottlenecking in front of Kerobokan Prison, traffic police plan to erect a 40-centimeter-tall concrete barrier from the market to in front of the prison entrance, which will make it run about 400 meters long.

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The Thematic and Colorful Restaurant – Mexicola Motel

Mexico cuisine in Indonesia may very rarely found in cities, although it can be found probably still minimal place because fans may be very little or limited to a few circles only. But in Bali Island there is a restaurant serving typical Mexican cuisine is very popular for tourists when traveling there. The restaurant is Motel Mexicola. Never heard it?

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Motel Mexicola is a colourful and quirky Mexican bar and restaurant down Jalan Kayujati. It’s just a minutes’ walk from La Lucciola and Petitenget temple, and a stone’s throw from Sense Hotel Seminyak.
Motel Mexicola located in coastal Petitenget areas which is also the mainstay tourism object Bali provincial administration, where hotel and restaurant has a distinctive building that smelled ala Mexico.

Semi-outdoor concept designed by the owner indicates that the natural atmosphere like being in a country like Mexico helped inspire the founding of the hotel and restaurant. Among the buildings and scenery around Motel Mexicola looks very striking here

Motel Mexicola featuring the ethnic his Mexican not only through the concept and decor, but also taste the typical food of Mexico is able to pamper its visitors, in addition to the traditional music of Mexico is also often adorn the splendor of the feel of a thick Mexican island of Bali.The service side Motel Mexicola promote international standards of service, so do not be surprised when you visit this place.

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Do you want to know the food or drinks in restaurants Mexico on the island of Bali? Anything that can be found, Here’s the most favorite menus

1.Tacos               

Typical Mexican food can be found at Motel Mexicola, Tacos basically been worldwide and is recognized as a very tasty meal in the hearts of his fans. Tacos are folds Tortilla bread rolls filled with contents like-omelet and a combination of meat, sausage, and potatoes. Tacos is suitable when you enjoy in Motel Mexicola during breakfast, because it is the habit of eating Mexican society as a snack in the morning.

2.Nachos

Nachos can also be ordered at the Motel Mexicola in Bali. Nachos are based Tortilla chips smothered with melted cheese. The food is very tasty, those who have never tried to be tried in Motel Mexicola Bali.

3.Xocalatl

Xocalatl a typical hot drink of Mexico-based chocolate bitter, but in its development this drink has been mixed with various ingredients that make Mexico into a culinary connoisseurs easily feel the flavor is much better because it tasted bitter.

4.Cocktail Margarita

This cocktail is the pride of the Mexican cocktail. Taste very sour and full of fresh lemon scent, so make your tongue become addicted felt when drinking it. Typical Mexican fruit cocktail is much sought after by lovers of food / beverage typical of Mexico.

5.Burritos

Burritos is similar to meat kebabs, but at Motel Mexicola burritos cuisine is bread Tortilla content of meat and vegetables typical of Mexico. The cuisine is very popular also by the culinary connoisseur Mexico.

6.Guacamole

The cuisine is based sauces are made from avocado. Mexicans are very fond of avocado, one way of processing is to process into cooking sauce, known as guacamole sauce. Guacamole flavor of the sauce was very sweet, delicious and tasty because the sauce is naturally based. Typically Mexican cuisine is served with a combination of the other menus.

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There are so many choices of the menu, at least that’s some cuisine menu mainstay Motel Mexicola capable of bewitching the tongue of the visitors as well as bringing the flavor eating Mexican cuisine.

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Bali Island featuring New Year’s Eve

Indonesian holidays offer is pretty wide and it absolutely can fulfill everyone’s expectations, with the large number of hotels, discos and restaurants that offer special programs that include some of the tastiest local and international meals, as well as different types of music, art performances and many other amusing contents. If you celebrate New Year’s Eve in Indonesia, you will realize that its main ingredients are spectacular fireworks and trumpets that will make your way into New Year a really unique and joyful experience.

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Having in mind that the island of Bali is one of the most visited areas of Indonesia, with its large cultural and entertainment offer, you should not be surprised to read that this place is one of the leading areas chosen not only by tourists but also by local people who are looking for a spectacular countdown!

By now, we’re pretty sure that you’ve become seriously curious about where in Bali you could spend this special night, so we’ll recommend you some of the places in Indonesia well-known for their incredibly awesome holiday atmosphere!

Kuta

One of the most attractive New Year’s party destinations on the island of Bali is definitely the city of Kuta and its surrounding areas, located in the southern Bali.

Legian

This part of Kuta is the favorite place for numerous travelers, especially if they are lovers of clubbing. In this area, you’ll never be lonely. It is well-known for its open-air parties, such as those held on Double-Six beach, but it also offers some of the greatest nightclubs where from the party spreads onto streets as the time of countdown approaches.

Seminyak

For the lovers of festive atmosphere who are not really into clubbing, Seminyak is a perfect place, being the trendiest place of the island of Bali, and having on its territory a large number of bars and restaurants offering live music, fantastic food and comfortable holiday ambient in New Year’s Eve.

Denpasar

If you are looking for a more traditional way of celebrating New Year’s Eve and trying to catch the real Indonesian spirit, then you should not miss spending this special night in Puputan Badung Square of Denpasar.

 

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Jump and Fun at Bounce Bali – Trampoline Center

Bali’s first trampoline fun center located at the Canggu Club. This unique air-conditioned facility has been designed and created for one purpose. Unlike home trampolines, Bounce has a specially designed, spring-loaded frame allowing you to bounce higher. 360 degrees of trampolines there is no place like it in Bali. All frames and springs are covered by 2-inch thick safety pads. As long as you like to bounce, Bounce Bali is for you.

Flip forward or flip backward, you will definitely flip out for Bounce Bali! You can free- bounce and practice tricks all day, or you can join us for organised activities like trampoline dodge ball or basketball.

Bounce Bar & Café offers elevated views of the entire trampoline center. Our delicious menu for kids and adults is sure to satisfy those who have worked up an appetite bouncing or those who are soaking up the view and the energetic atmosphere. Tailored packages are available for those planning birthday parties, corporate events, bucks parties, hens’ nights, Christmas parties or maybe a party for no reason at all!

Bounce Bali truly does cater for all and we are excited to be the first to introduce such a fun, thrilling and unforgettable venue to Bali. Bounce in for an hour or two and have some fun. Bounce is the perfect venue to host your next celebration.

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Location and time

Bounce Bali is located in Canggu Club Street, Tububeneng, North of kuta, Badung district, the jumping session of Bali bounce start from 9 am until 9 pm.

Prices

1 hour jumping pass is IDR 125.000/person, Bookings can be made every hour, on the hour. Bounce in for an hour or two and have some fun. Prices are nett including tax and service. Price is excluding compulsory Bounce jumping socks from Rp 25,000 per pair.

New Programs

You can join for the special edition of bounce mania on New Year’s Eve

  • 3 hours of unlimited fun including extra special prizes and giveaways, games, fun and friends!
  • Plus everyone who comes get a free go on our new bounce boards
  • Book early and join the best bounce party of the year.
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Yeh leh Pengeragoan Beach – Jembrana

Hello everyone, Hope you have a great day, well today we would like to update you about hidden beaches in Bali, people call it Yeh Leh Beach which located in Yeh Leh beach is located in Jembrana, just off the Denpasar-Gilimanuk highway, Yeh Leh is not decorated with soft white sand like your ideal beach. Instead, thousands of boulders litter the shore, either covered in algae or washed clean by the waves. These mysterious rocks have been smoothed over for hundreds of years, leaving few clues about their origin.

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Yeh Leh beach remains undeveloped as a tourist spot in Bali. The fact that not many people visit this beach has made it unique and peaceful.
The beach is actually easily accessible, and you can visit at low tide to see Yeh Leh in all its glory, with the boulders unearthed and many interesting marine animals caught in the rock pools. And if you can, don’t miss its stunning sunset, which lights up every shining rock on the shore.

Yeh Leh Pengeragoan Beach very unique. The beach is composed of two parts, western and eastern parts. The western part of the beach is the rock, while the eastern part of the beach is black sand. In the west, this beach has a fairly wide stretch of coral. Interestingly not only rock, there is also a large stone and round. The stones were to gather in one place. As if there is someone who collects the stones.

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When the afternoon, the sunset was beautiful, display the most beautiful sunsets there in October to February. Because of the stretcher in the sun is in the south of the equator, so the sun sets will be visible to the south. Reddish sunlight will look perfect when the month.

Yeh Leh Pengeragoan Beach also as a place for Melasti ritual by local people, before the day of Nyepi, the Balinese people will hold a spiritual cleansing ritual to all amenities and facilities available in the temple. This ritual is called Melasti. Yeh Leh Pengeragoan beach in to place to implement the Melasti ritual by villagers in Pengeragoan.

 

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Indonesia Newest Banknotes and Coin 2016

New banknotes and coins released on Monday by Bank Indonesia (BI) have enhanced security features aimed to prevent counterfeiting, the central bank governor has said. The new banknotes had nine to 12 security elements, some that were visible to the naked eye and others that were not.

“For the Rp 100,000 [US$7.50) banknotes, there are 12 security features, which can be seen from the color, ultraviolet marks, thread and the recto and verso,” he said during an event on the issuance of the new banknotes and coins. During the event, President Joko Widodo or “Jokowi” also asserted the importance of the improved security features.

On Monday, the central bank officially issued and circulated seven new banknotes and four coins, which depict the pictures of national heroes, traditional dances and natural sites. The new notes are the Rp 100,000, Rp 50,000, Rp 20,000, Rp 10,000, Rp 5,000 and Rp 2,000 and Rp 1,000, while the new coins are Rp 1,000, Rp 500, Rp 200 and Rp 100.

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IDR 100.000 

IDR 100,000 denomination keep showing duo proklamator, Mr. Soekarno and Mr. Moh Hatta, and predominantly red. What distinguishes from the old design, the image of Indonesia’s first president, Sukarno, looks more elegant and not too formal. In addition, on the back of the picture there Betawi Mask Dance

IDR 50.000 

IDR 50,000 denomination dominated by blue color, in the new design a fraction showing national hero Ir Juanda Kartawidjaja. In the old design, the images that adorn these fractions is I Gusti Ngurah Rai. Meanwhile, on the back there is an image of a Balinese Legong with the background landscape of Komodo Island.

IDR 20.000 

These denominations keep predominantly green color with displaying national hero GSSJ Ratulangi. At the shards of old designs, the hero shown is Otto Iskandardinata. At the rear there is a picture of Dayak Dance Gong against the background of natural scenery Derawan, East Kalimantan.

IDR 10.000 

Fractions predominantly purple color is displayed with the image heroes of Papua, Frans Kaisiepo, and on the back of the picture there Pakarena Dance of South Sulawesi and the Wakatobi National Park landscapes and Cempaka Flowers Forest.

IDR 5.000

Fractions predominantly brown color is displayed with the image of national hero KH Idham and on the back of the picture there Gambyong dancers, natural scenery of Mount Bromo, and tuberose flower.

IDR 2.000 

In fractions predominantly gray color is an image of national hero Moehammad Hoesni Thamrin. Meanwhile, at the back of the picture there Piring Dance from West Sumatera, and the natural landscape of the canyon Sianok and Jeumpa Flower

IDR 1.000 

In fractions predominantly green color is an image of the heroine of Aceh, Tjut Meutia. At the rear there Tifa dance image of Papua and Maluku Tenggara and landscapes Banda Neira and orchids Larat.

Coins

In addition to banknotes, the central bank also issued coins, in denominations of Rp 1,000, the hero of the Bali shown, that I Gusti Ketut Pudja. As in denominations of Rp 500 has an image of Lt. Gen. TB Simatupang. In denominations of Rp 200 has an image of national hero Dr. Tjiptomangunkusumo, and at USD 100 an image of Prof. Dr. Herman Johannes who is also rector of Gadjah Mada University from 1961 to 1966.