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Bali Police Launch Operation To Combat Illegal Street Racing

An official from the South Denpasar Police Department said police are conducted crowd-dispersing operations to combat illegal street racing and public disturbances. The Head of the South Denpasar Police Department, Kompol I Gede Sudyatmaja, confirmed that an inspection program called Yustisi Operation was conducted on Saturday evening (19/3) in anticipation of public disturbances and criminal …

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Woman Arrested For Stealing From An Expat In Sanur Bali

A 40-year-old woman named Alda Intan has been arrested by Bali police after breaking into a villa in Sanur. The Head of Denpasar Police Department, AKBP Bambang Yugo Pamungkas, confirmed that the suspect was arrested for stealing credit cards and cash from the Waterlilly Suites Villa in Jalan Danau Poso, Sanur Kauh. An American national …

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Bali Police Award Free Cooking Oil To Vaccine Booster Participants

Thousands of Bali residents received cooking oil as a reward for joining the Covid-19 vaccine booster program in Denpasar. The Head of the West Bali Police Department, Kompol I Made Hendra Agustina, confirmed that on Saturday morning (12/3), a vaccine booster program was conducted by the West Denpasar Police Department at the West Borneo Association …

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Two Foreign Nationals Face Imprisonment After Robbing Other Expats In Bali

Two foreign nationals potentially face 12 years of imprisonment after breaking into a villa and robbing other expats in Bali. The Head of the Badung State Attorney, I Made Gde Bamaxs, confirmed that two expats identified as Nicola Disanto from Italy and Gregory Lee Simpson from England were arrested. Both potentially face 12 years of …

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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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Thousands Of Russians In Bali Unable To Use ATMs

Thousands of Russian nationals in Bali have begun to experience the impact of the economic sanctions that have been recently filed against the Russian government. A Russian national named Konstantin Ivanov (aged 27) admitted that he could not withdraw cash from the ATMs in Bali as the machines kept on denying his card. “This is …

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The Bali Toll Road Project Will Have A Dedicated Bicycle Lane

The Public Works and Residential Ministry has planned to build a special lane for bicycles on the upcoming Bali toll-road project this year. The Minister of Public Works and Residential Ministry, Basuki Hadimuljono, confirmed that a toll road connecting Mengwi and Gilimanuk Ports in Western Bali would be the first in Indonesia with a dedicated …

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Government Removes Covid Test Requirement For Vaccinated Domestic Travelers

The Covid-19 Handling Task Force has revoked the Covid-19 test requirement for double-vaccinated domestic travelers. The Head of Health Support for the National Covid-19 Handling Task Force, Alexander K Ginting, confirmed that as per Decree Number 11 Year 2022 concerning Travel Requirements For Domestic Travelers During Pandemic, the government has officially revoked PCR and antigen …

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Bali Governor Aims To Distribute Vaccine Booster To 30% Of Residents This Week

The Bali provincial government has targeted distributing the Covid-19 vaccine booster to 30% of its residents this week. Bali Governor I Wayan Koster has instructed all officials to optimize the vaccine booster distribution as part of the supportive program to herd immunity. This is in anticipation of the influx of international travelers once the central …

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Five People Detained For Going Out On The Day Of Silence In Bali

The South Kuta police department has detained five people who deliberately went outside during the Day of Silence celebration. The Head of the South Kuta Police Department, Kompol I Ketut Sugiarta Yoga, confirmed that a local resident in Ungasan and four ship workers in Benoa were detained during the Day of Silence on Thursday (3/3). …

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Thousands Of Expats Visit Gili Islands To Avoid Day Of Silence In Bali

Thousands of foreign nationals decided to visit the Gili islands in Lombok to avoid the Day of Silence celebration in Bali. The Head of Gili Hotel Association, Lalu Kusnawan, confirmed that 1,600 foreign nationals based in Bali visited the Gili islands to avoid the Day of Silence celebration. “Over 1,600 foreign visitors flew in to …

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Bali Airport On Standby Mode During The Day Of Silence

An official of the Bali Ngurah Rai Airport announced that airport facilities will be on standby mode during the Day of Silence celebration on March 3. The Stakeholder Relations Manager of Angkasa Pura I for Ngurah Rai Airport, Taufan Yudhistira, confirmed that the airport facility will be on standby during the closure on the Day …

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