Friday, December 16, 2011

Australian Consulate Bali

If you are Australian and looking for Australian Consulate In Bali, below are the details :

Jalan Tantular, No. 32,
Bali 80234

Postal Adress
PO Box 3243
Denpasar Bali

Phone : +62 361 241 118
Fax     : +62 361 221 195

The Consulate is open 8:00am to 4:00pm Monday to Friday, except for public holidays.

Consular & Passport - 8:00am to 4:00pm.

Visas and Migration - 8:30am to 12:00pm (telephone enquiries can be made from 08:30am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 4:00pm).

The Australian Consulate-General public holidays for 2012 are:
2 January          (Monday)          In lieu of New Years Day
26 January        (Thursday)       Australia Day
01 February      (Wednesday)   Galungan (Hindu Bali holiday)
23 March           (Friday)            Nyepi Day
6 April                (Friday)           Good Friday
9 April                (Monday)         Easter Monday
17 May               (Thursday)      Ascension Day
11 June              (Monday)        Queen’s Birthday
17 August           (Friday)          Indonesian Independence Day
20 August           (Monday)        Idul Fitri
29 August           (Wednesday) Galungan (Hindu Bali holiday)
24 December      (Monday)       Additional DFAT Holiday
25 December      (Tuesday)      Christmas Day
26 December      (Wednesday) Boxing Day

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Kamasan Art Village Will be Opens

Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Indonesia, Mari Elka Pangestu will inaugurate the village of Kamasan, Bali, as a village of art.

"It will be held on Wednesday (14/12)," said Coordinator of Kampung BNI Art, I Gede Eka Wedasmara, while performing arts free treatment to the craftsmen in the village of Kamasan, Monday. He said with the launch of Kamasan village as a village of art, he hoped the village which is famous for its distinctive art of painting Kamasan will be more familiar to many tourists.

The artwork is still enshrined in the historic building Kertagosa within approximately 40 Kilometers from the city of Denpasar. In addition to painting Kamasan, one of the typical souvenirs of the area is “kepeng” (Bali coin with hole inside) and various handicrafts from silver and gold.

"Hopefully it's an art craft activities more excited with the packaging as the village of Kamasan art," he said.

Meanwhile, specific to the activities of free treatment, it involves hundreds of artisans in the tourist areas. According to Eka, the activities assist by BNI Bali and cooperate fully with the Department of Health Klungkung. In addition to free treatment is also conducted on the introduction of accident and health, also “Arja” art performances.

"This activity is done to improve the lives of the craftsmen," she said.