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Bali’s Karma Kandara Resorts Improved Overall Operations

Karma Kandara Resorts have adjusted all their operating procedures to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for visitors. During an exclusive interview with the CEO of Karma Group, John Spence was feeling grateful as most of Karma Group’s Resorts that were spread in several different countries including Bali, Indonesia are still capable of operating and …

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Officials Extend Business Hours For The Bali Tourism Industry

The central government has begun allowing tourism businesses such as restaurants and cafes in Bali to operate until midnight with several strict conditions. The Spokesman of the Badung Covid-19 Handling Task Force, I Gusti Ngurah Gede Jaya Saputra confirmed that according to the latest instruction from the Minister of Home Affairs in regards to the …

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Bali Officials Lift 8 PM Curfew At Gilimanuk Port

Bali officials have decided to lift the 8pm curfew in Gilimanuk Port to welcome more domestic visitors. The General Manager of Indonesia Ferry Ltd for Ketapang Port East Java, Suharto confirmed that Gilimanuk and Ketapang Port is one of the main entrance for domestic travelers to gain access into Bali will be allowed to be …

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Bali Activists Collect 10 Tons Of Garbage In One Month After Installing Barriers On Rivers

Activists from Tabanan Sungai Watch have been collecting large amounts of garbage after installing trash barriers on their rivers. The Coordinator of Sungai Watch for Kelating Village Kerambitan Tabanan, Made Suryani confirmed that 11 trash barriers have already been installed on 2 big rivers and 9 rice fields’ irrigation systems in the Kerambitan area. They …

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Indonesian Tourism Minister Prohibits Selfies Without Your Facemask In Bali Tourism Areas

The Indonesian Tourism Minister has banned people from taking selfies without face masks in all tourism areas, including Bali. The Tourism and Creative Economic Minister, Sandiaga Uno stated that despite implementing a strict prevention protocol in the tourism areas during this reopening trial of the tourist attractions for domestic visitors, Covid-19 transmission might still occur …

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Two Robbers In Bali Arrested After Mistakenly Leaving Their Motorbike At A Crime Scene

    Two robbers in Bali have been arrested after they mistakenly left a motorbike at a crime scene.  The Head of the Badung Public Relation Officer, Iptu Ketut Sudana confirmed that a 20-year-old man named Supriyanto and a 17-year-old student with initials EDWP were arrested after stealing a cellphone from a construction site in Darmasaba village, Abiansemal …

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Hundreds Of Australians Take Repatriation Flight Home After Losing Their Businesses In Bali

Hundreds of Australian nationals have been transported back to their home country with a repatriation flight from Bali. The Stakeholder Relation Manager of Angkasa Pura I for Bali Ngurah Rai Airport, Taufan Yudhistira confirmed that around 200 Australian nationals were scheduled to go back home through Bali’s Airport on Saturday (18/9). “Over 200 expats from …

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Tracing App Requirement To Gain Access To Bali Beach

Each Legian Beach visitor will soon be required to scan a QR code before entering the beach area.     The Head of Legian Society Empowerment, I Wayan Puspa Negara stated that as one of the most popular beaches in Bali, Legian Beach will potentially gather large amounts of crowds as the beach was recently reopened when …

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Bali Woman Arrested For Live And Profitable Explicit Online Videos

   A 32-year-old woman with initials RR has been arrested for creating inappropriate live videos in Bali. The Head of Denpasar Police Department, Kombes Pol Jansen Avitus Panjaitan confirmed that RR was arrested from her apartment that is located on Jalan Taman Pancing, South Denpasar on Friday (17/9). “The woman who is originally from Cianjur, West …

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Government To Implement Number Policy For Bali’s Traffic System

    The Bali provincial government has planned to implement an even and odd number policy for Bali’s traffic system.  The Head of the Bali Police Department, Irjen Putu Jaya Danu Putra confirmed that the new traffic regulation will potentially start to be implemented by the 25th of September 2021. “We’re still waiting for the Bali Governor’s …

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Bali Tourism Association Tired Of Receiving False Hope About Reopening

 The tourism association in Pemuteran, Buleleng has admitted that they’re getting tired of the false hope that they have been receiving from the government. The Head of the Travel Conscious Group (Pokdarwis) Segara Giri Pemutera, I Ketut Sutrawan Selamat admitted that most of the tourism businesses in the northern Bali region have been waiting for …

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Syrian Man Transported Home After 5 Years Of Seeking Asylum In Bali

A Syrian man named Louay Shoukair has been transported back to his home country after 5 years of seeking asylum in Bali. The Head of Bali Law and Human Rights Minister, Jamaruli Manihuruk confirmed that Louay was transported back to Syria on Wednesday morning (15/9) from Ngurah Rai Airport to Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta …

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