Russian National Arseniy Trofimov (23) was released from the cell of the Class IIB Bangli Detention Center, Saturday (20/2). After serving a one-year sentence, he will be deported from Bali. Previously an English teacher in Moscow, Arseny was sentenced by Denpasar District Court Judges for drug possession after violating Article 127 Number (1) about Narcotics Constitution.
The Bali Sky Tourism Association has started to prepare for the day on which international tourists will return to Bali. Accordingly, a meeting was held at Mertasari Beach in Sanur on Friday (19/2) to discuss plans to promote sky tourism.
Buleleng Covid-19 Handling Task Force has decided to continue government-provided quarantine facilities for asymptomatic Covid-19 patients. The region is relying solely on its own budgets without financial support from the central government.
The fourth shipment of Sinovac vaccines arrived at Ngurah Rai Bali Airport this morning carrying 130,000 doses to complete the second phase of the vaccination program in Bali.
The government has extended the partial lockdown in Bali and Java until at least March 8. The partial lockdown limits community activity and business operating hours in efforts to reduce transmission of the COVID-19 virus. The announcement was made by the Chairman of the Committee for Handling COVID-19 and National Economic Recovery (KPC-PEN) Airlangga Hartarto. …
The Bali provincial government has stopped facilitating hotel quarantine options for asymptomatic COVID-19 patients due to budgeting constraints. Denpasar Mayor, I Made Toya, confirmed that the decision was made due to financial restraints of account of the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB), the institution responsible for financing the program.
A video of a female expat confronting a police officer after violating multiple rules has gone viral on social media. The Russian national was noticed by traffic police as she was riding her motorbike without a helmet or facemask on public roads. Read Today’s Breaking News Headlines In Bali For the latest Bali News & …
Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport has reduced its operating hours as of February 18/21 due to the lower aviation traffic. The hours have been decreased by two hours, from the previous 7:00 am – 11:00 pm to now 7:00 am – 8:00 pm.
The Klungkung Police Department has arrested three local men who had been hacking social media accounts for fraud purposes in Bali. The suspects hacked an Instagram account to ask for money which they later used to buy drugs.
A 16-year-old student named Kadek WS has been arrested after allegedly stealing cash and jewelry from his neighbor. The suspect was identified as a student from a secondary school in Kintamani. He admitted to stealing cash and jewelry from his neighbor named Ni Nyoman Layar, who runs a food stall near his house.
The global pandemic has devastated Bali’s tourism-based economy, causing poverty to surge across the island. Indonesia’s decision to close international borders in March of 2020 proved devastating consequences on Bali’s tourism industry, causing layoffs, business closures, and lack of economic activity.
Three men have been arrested by Padangbai Police Department after one of them presented a falsified rapid antigen test document at the port harbour on Tuesday (16/2).