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Bali Received Over $51 Million In Infrastructural Developments To Host G20 Summit

As the G20 Summit has been and gone, it is now time for organizers, politicians, and people in Bali to reflect on the impact the conference has had on the island. The G20 Summit has been noted as an overall success. Figures are now being released to demonstrate how much economic benefit the event has …

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Government Officials In Bali Identify New Area For Tourism Resort

During an official visit this week, the Governor of West Java voiced an interest in investing in Bali’s Bangli Regency. At present, Bangli Regency receives a moderate amount of tourist interest, less than Badung Regency but far more than Jembana or Karangasem. Bangli Regency is expansive, incorporating Mount Batur and Lake Batur, as well as …

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Bali Announces New Partnership To Tackle Waste Management Issues

Two of Indonesia’s leading environmental NGOs have announced a partnership to address the problem of plastic waste in Bali. Waste4Change and ecoBali have come together to make a tangible impact on the issue of plastic waste in Bali and across Indonesia. The situation has come to the public’s attention once again in recent weeks as …

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Farmers Claim New Toll Road Threatens Bali Food Security And Iconic Rice Fields

Local community groups in Bali are making their voices heard over concerns that the new Mengwi-Gilimanuk Toll Road will devastate rural livelihoods. Groups like the People’s Struggle Democratic Front are speaking up as construction of the new toll road is now well underway. Despite raising their concerns during consultation, the building of the new transportation …

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Bali Governor Announces Electric Vehicle Zones For Tourism Hotspots By 2023

The Governor of Bali, Wayan Koster, has announced plans to make roads around popular tourist attractions and destinations electric vehicle zones. The announcement comes as the governor and his provincial government are keen to take tangible strides towards ensuring Bali transitions towards using green energy as widely as possible.  At the Indonesian Electric Motor Show …

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Rural Communities In Bali Experiencing Months Of Serious Water Scarcity

Bali is well known for its pristine beaches, traditional cultural villages, and abundant tropical landscapes. What is lesser acknowledged about the popular holiday destination is that the island is experiencing water scarcity. While the impacts of this are seldom observed by domestic or International visitors, there are currently hundreds of families in rural Bali experiencing …

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Bali Aims To Complete New Toll Road By 2025

Bali Government officials held a press event on Saturday, 10th September, celebrating the official start of the Jagat Kerthi Bali Toll Road construction. The road will connect Gilimanuk-Mengwi and is set to be built in record time. The project was planned to start in June 2022, and officials marked the beginning of construction this weekend.  …

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