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Bali Tourism Alliance Urges Government To Provide Stimulus For Tourism Workers

The Bali Tourism Alliance has urged the government to provide a new stimulus program for tourism workers that have been out of the job due to the pandemic. The Head of Bali Marginal Tourism Workers Alliance, Wayan Puspa Negara stated that marginal tourism workers such as freelance drivers and other daily workers are in desperate …

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Bali Governor Proposes Government To Reduce Quarantine Time To 1 Day

Bali Governor, I Wayan Koster proposes the central government reduce quarantine time for international visitors in Bali. As part of the entry requirements for Bali international visitors, Bali provincial government admits that the current quarantine policy has caused reluctance for potential international visitors to start traveling to Bali. As a result, the Bali Governor plans …

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Bali Officials Distribute Stimulus Packages To Badung Small Businesses

Officials from the Badung regional government have distributed stimulus packages to small businesses in the Badung area. The Regent of Badung’s Regional Government, I Nyoman Giri Prasta along with Badung Senator Putu Parwata, have handed out financial assistance to small business owners in several areas in Badung on Saturday (6/11) and Sunday (7/11). Prasta explained …

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Bali University Teaches Mandarin To Tanah Lot Temple Workers

The Tourism Confucius Institute (TCI) from Udayana University has provided a mandarin training program for all Tanah Lot Temple workers. The Director of TCI, I Made Sendra confirmed that a mandarin training program was initiated to improve the quality of service of the Tanah Lot Temple’s workers before an influx of international visitors arrive. Bali …

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Hundreds Of Bali Street Lights Remain Broken Due To Budget Shortage

Officials from the Buleleng Transportation Agency have admitted that hundreds of public street lights in Singaraja are still currently broken. The Head of Transportation Traffic from Buleleng Transportation Agency, Cok AdithyaWira Putra confirmed that from a total of 1,127 broken street lights in Singaraja, only half of them have been fixed. “From all the broken …

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Officials Allow Bali Nightclubs To Host Events

Officials from Bali Public Civil Service have stated that nightclubs are allowed to host party events with strict prevention protocols. The Head of Bali’s Public Civil Service, I Dewa Nyoman Rai Dharmadi confirmed that all night clubs in Bali are allowed to operate with strict prevention protocols in place. “As long as they keep complying …

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Indonesian President Considers Removing Bali Quarantine For International Tourists

The Indonesian President, Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has discussed the possibility of revoking the quarantine policy to help revive the Bali tourism sector. Multiple international outlets have reported the reopening of Bali has been extremely slow due to the mandatory 5 day quarantine put in place by the government. During a meeting between the Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth …

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The Number Of Children Begging On Bali Streets Has Surged In Result Of The Pandemic

Officials from the Bali provincial government have confirmed that the number of children who are begging on the streets has surged since the Covid-19 pandemic started. Bali Vice Governor, Tjokorda Oka Artha Ardhana Sukawati (Cok Ace) stated that the current economic crisis in Bali has caused huge numbers of families to lose their jobs and …

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$31 Million USD In Financial Assistance For Bali Is Still Undistributed

The Indonesian Social Minister, Tri Rismaharini (Risma) has confirmed that over USD 31 million (IDR 450 billion) of financial assistance for Bali residents has not yet been distributed. During her visit to support the residents who were affected by the recent earthquake in Bali, Risma had also arranged a meeting with several related Bali provincial …

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Bali Governor Admits That Tourism Hasn’t Been Benefiting The Locals Like It Should

The Bali Governor has admitted that the tourism sector has not been benefiting local people on Bali island. Bali Governor, I Wayan Koster recently claimed that the Bali tourism industry has only benefited investors from the outside, rather than contributing to the local economy of the island in general. “The majority of our local people …

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Bali Military Distributes Financial Assistance To Thousands Of Local Vendors

Officials from the Badung Military have distributed financial aid to thousands of local vendors in Badung and Denpasar. The Commander of the Badung Military Department 1611, Colonel Inf. I Made Alit Yudana confirmed that a total of 5,000 local vendors in Badung and Denpasar have received cash assistance that was provided by the government on …

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The 6 Selected Countries Are Predicted To Only Have A Small Impact On Bali’s Economy

Bali Tourism Board Association has predicted that the six countries that will gain access to the island will only give a small impact to Bali’s economy in general. The Head of the Bali Tourism Board (BTB), Ida Bagus Agung Partha Adnyana stated that the selected countries such as China, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand, Dubai …

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