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Investors Seek Approval To Develop Skydiving Tourism In Bali

It seems that anything is possible in Bali, especially when it comes to developing new tourism offerings. Just as it seems the island has all bases covered, a new tourism activity makes its presence known. Village leaders in Bali have confirmed that Australian investors are seeking permits to develop skydiving tourism in Tabanan Regency.  According …

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Leading Tourist Destinations In Bali Welcome Rise In Visitor Numbers

Leading cultural tourist attractions in Bali are welcoming a rise in visitor numbers. This week Pura Ulun Danu Beratan, the Hindu Shaivite temple on the edge of Lake Beratan, released its latest visitor data. After receiving a record-low number of visors during the pandemic, and even in the months after borders reopening in February, tourist …

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Bali Invites Adrenaline Junkies To Jump From Stunning Waterfall

A tourism village in Bali is calling on all adrenaline junkies and adventurous spirits to visit the stunning Kroya Waterfall. Leaders in Sambangan Village, Sukasada District in Buleleng Regency, invite tourists to try the 12m dive off the rocks around the waterfall. Whether up for the challenge or not, a trip to Kroya Waterfall is …

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Fresh Speculation Around Origins Of Bali’s Abandoned Planes

The abandoned Boeing 737 on the Raya Nusa Dua Selatan Highway in Bali has become one of the island’s most famous landmarks. While many associate Bali with temples, beaches, and volcanoes, thanks to content creators and influencers, the abandoned Boeing 737 has become one of the island’s most recognizable features. There have been rumors for …

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Regenerative And Adventure Tourism In Bali Gaining Popularity After Lockdown

While tourism along the southern coast of Bali bounced back reasonably quickly after successive lockdowns, nature and adventure tourism were a little slower to gain traction. Notably, communities running village and adventure-based tourism experiences further inland were vocal about their need for support in the wake of the pandemic. Tourism Minister Sandiaga Uno has been …

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Bali Cockfighting Granted Cultural Attraction Status With No Gambling Allowed

Cockfighting, also known locally as Tajen, has been granted permission to become a cultural attraction in the Gianyar Regency in Bali. The development comes with a strict condition; however, events can only go ahead provided there is no gambling or ‘transactions’. Indonesia has a strict zero-tolerance stance on gambling of any kind, however, there have …

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Up To 4 Hour Wait Times For Photos At Bali’s Famous Gateway To Heaven

Mass tourism has undoubtedly returned to Bali’s leading destinations, and so have the queues. This week tourists have been queuing for upwards of 4-hours to take their photos at the iconic ‘Gateway to Heaven’ temple in Karangasem. Sad Kahyangan Lempuyang Temple quickly became one of the island’s most Instagrammable destinations during the early days of …

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Questions Raised Over Paramount’s Plans To Build Theme Park In Bali

Plans for a Paramount-branded theme park and holiday resort have been rumored in Bali for years. The vision to build the biggest theme park in South East Asia on the Island of the Gods has been much anticipated, but now questions are being raised as to whether the project will ever go ahead, despite recent …

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Bali Community Celebrates Official Opening Of Waterfall Tourism Initiative

The community of Aan Village is celebrating the official opening of their new tourism initiative. The community and eco-tourism project has been led by the community and local leaders and has received funding from the Indonesian government. The Aan Secret Waterfall adventure is open for tourists daily and is set to become one of Bali’s best …

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Bali Safari Park Introduces Measures To Prevent Spread Of Foot And Mouth Disease

Bali, and Indonesia as a whole, are experiencing a major outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease. The virus affected animals with cloven feet like cows, buffalo, goats, sheep, pigs, camels, deer and alpacas. Until now the outbreak has largely been contained within farms across Bali. Now biosecurity measures are being increased across other animal facilities …

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Bali Officials To Reduce Entry Fees For Kintamani Visitors By May 1

The Bangli regional government has decided to reduce entry fees for locals who want to gain access to the Kintamani area. The Head of the Bangli Tourism and Cultural Office, I Wayan Sugiarta, confirmed that after discussing this issue with the Bangli regional government, everyone has agreed to reduce Kintamani’s entry fees for domestic visitors. …

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Bali Government Allots USD $1.9 Million For Sanur Beach Restoration

The Denpasar city government has prepared over USD $1.9 million (IDR 28 billion) for the restoration of Sanur Beach, to be completed before the G-20 Conference this October. The Vice Mayor of Denpasar, I Kadek Agus Arya Wibawa, confirmed that the restoration of Sanur Beach would occur in preparation for the G-20 Conference. “Over USD …

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