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Bali Police Arrest Two Suspects For Car Break-ins

Two suspects have been arrested by Denpasar Police for car break-ins. The local men were found after being wanted for breaking into cars by smashing the windows while they were left parked in public areas in Denpasar. The Head of Denpasar Police Department Kombes Pol Jansen Avitus Pandjaitan, along with The Head of Denpasar Criminal …

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Bali Quarantine Hotels Have Allegedly Not Been Paid After Government Cuts Funding

As the government has stopped funding hotels for the isolation of asymptomatic COVID-19 patients in Bali, hotels are further faced with financial setbacks.  One of the hotels affected is the Vasini Hotel on Jalan WR Supratman, Denpasar.  The General Manager of The Vasini Hotel admitted that room rental fees for Covid-19 patients in December, January, …

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Tourism Minister Plans Drive-Thru Vaccination Services In Bali

Indonesian Tourism Minister, Sandiaga Uno reviewed potential locations as drive-thru facilities for COVID-19 vaccination in Bali.  Sandiaga said that the in-vehicle process is a concrete form of innovation and has been tried in the United States. “We’ve discussed the details of this program, and I hope we can start this program in the near future,” …

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Aqua Blu Returns to Sea In Bali With New Safety Protocols

Aqua Expeditions, the global leader of luxury small ship expeditions, will kick off its 2021/2022 expedition season with health and safety protocols and special offers for travelers.  Onboard Aqua Blu, the first-ever long-range explorer ocean explorer with year-round departures permanently based in East Indonesia, guests will be able to navigate the heart of the Coral …

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Tourism Workers In Bali Can Now Apply For Covid-19 Vaccines

The Provincial Government of Bali, through the Tourism Office, has opened online registration for tourism workers to be vaccinated against the novel coronavirus.  The head of Bali Tourism Agency, Putu Astawa confirmed that he has published the online application form for tourism workers to register. “The open registration starts from Monday, Feb 22nd to Sunday, …

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Indonesian Government Preparing To Reopen Bali For International Visitors

He noted that in order to reopen tourism for international travelers, the government must first establish new regulations regarding traveling.  “There will be a new regulation called Penalty for Health Protocol. This policy will control the implementation of prevention protocols in tourism areas and penalize violators by giving them warnings of deportation if necessary,” Luhut …

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Vice Governor Plans To Open China and Bali Travel Corridor

Bali Vice Governor, Tjokorda Oka Artha Ardhana Sukawati (Cok Ace) hopes to establish a China-Bali travel corridor in the near future. As COVID-19 cases are starting to decrease on the island, government officials have begun discussing plans to reopen international borders and travel bubbles. Read Today’s Breaking News Headlines In Bali For the latest Bali …

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Fatal Motor Vehicle Accident in Denpasar

A 47-year-old man named Kasiono from East Java has died after crashing his motorbike into a parked truck in Denpasar. The Head of Denpasar Public Relation Police Officer, Iptu Ketut Sukadi explained that the incident occurred on Thursday (25/2). Kasiono was riding a Honda PCX when he crashed into the back of a truck that was parked on Jalan Cargo, Denpasar.

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Bali Expats To Face US $100 Fine And Deportation For Purposely Violating Health Protocols

Bali authorities have agreed to be more firm in taking action towards expats who continue to violate preventive measures or mock officers during operations.  A meeting titled the ‘Enforcement of Prevention Protocols in Bali’ was attended by several government institutions including the Maritime and Investment Ministry, Bali Police Department, Immigration Officer, and Bali Vice Governor …

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American Woman Found Dead On Bali Beach

An American national, Grace Wei Huang (49) has been found dead on Bingin Beach, Pecatu on Wednesday morning (24/2). The Head of South Kuta Police Department, Kompol Yusak Agustinus Sooai said that the body was found by a group of local fishermen that morning.  “A group of local people found the body on the sand …

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