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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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Tourism Association Reports Illegal Fees In Bali Tourist Spots

The Nusa Penida Tourism Activist Association (HPPNP) has filed a report to the police department regarding the illegal fees in several tourist places in Nusa Penida. The Head of HPPNP, I Putu Gede Suka Widana , confirmed that he has filed a report to the police concerning the illegal fees being collected from tourists. This …

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Bali Government To Develop 3,100 Acres Of Rice Fields For Tourism

A Senator of the Tabanan region has confirmed that they will develop thousands of acres of rice fields in Tabanan into tourist spots. The Secretary of Commission I from Tabanan House of Representatives, I Gusti Nyoman Omardani, confirmed that 3,100 acres of rice plantations in the southern part of the Tabanan region are to be …

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Bali Attractions Haven’t Seen An Increase In Tourists Despite Revised Travel Policies

The majority of tourist attractions in Bali haven’t seen an increase in foreign travelers despite the revised travel policies. AI Nengah Moneng is an official from Panglipuran Village in Bengli, one of the most visited destinations in Bali. He admitted that they hadn’t seen any benefit from the recent reopening of international tourism. They only …

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Bali Officials To Start Charging Visitors Who Want To Enter Kintamani

The Bangli Regional Government has decided to resume the entrance fee policy for visitors of Kintamani. A recent video of visitors who were charged with entrance fees before entering Kintamani went viral on social media. It has garnered a backlash as many locals were concerned that the policy might reduce the number of visitors to …

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Ubud Tourist Attractions To Undergo Restoration In 2023

Officials from the Gianyar regional government plan to restore Ubud tourism attractions and facilities by 2023. The Head of the Gianyar Regional Development Planning Agency, Gede Widarma Suharta, confirmed that the Gianyar regional government would receive a large budget from the central government to restore Ubud tourist spots. “The central government plans to grant us …

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4 Bali Public Parks Reopened As Covid-19 Cases Significantly Decreased

The Denpasar city government has decided to reopen 4 public parks in Denpasar as Covid-19 cases have significantly decreased. The Spokesman for the Denpasar Covid-19 Handling Task Force, I Dewa Gede Rai confirmed that 4 public areas such as Lumintang Public Field, Puputan Public Field, Lumintan Public Park and Janggan Public Park have been officially …

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Indonesian Automotive Company Plans To Test Flying Taxis In Bali

One of the Indonesian automotive companies has planned to test their flying taxis in the Bali sky. The President Director of Prestige Image Motorcars, Rudy Salim confirmed that his company will be scheduled to test their latest innovative product in Bali. After officially introducing their flying taxi called EHang 216 in the Indonesia International Motor …

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Bali’s Tirta Gangga Fish Pond Loses Hundreds Of Koi Fish

A famous tourist attraction in Karangasem called Tirta Gangga Water Palace has lost hundreds of their koi fish due to an incident that caused the fish pond to break down. The tourist attraction that is known for its iconic fish pond that was filled with beautiful koi fish was destroyed by an increased water level …

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Italian Ambassador Visits Bali To Plan F1 Race Circuit

The Head of Indonesian Consultative Assembly (MPR), Bambang Soesatyo, met with Italian Ambassador, Benedetto Latteri, to discuss plans to build a Formula1 (F1) race circuit in Bali. According to Soesatyo’s analysis, Bali is a promising location for the next F1 Circuit as the island is known as a top tourist destination. From an economic stance, …

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