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Bali Beach Club Launches Community Events For Local Villages

Bali’s Atlas Beach Club has launched a series of corporate social responsibility programs for local communities. The events are catered for the elderly and young children and have been well received by communities who live in the villages surrounding Atlas Beach Club. Atlas Beach Club hosted its first launching yoga session for elderly people on …

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TV Show Commemorating The 2002 Bali Bombing Set For Release

Stan TV has shared the first trailer for their upcoming mini-series Bali 2002. The series is a dramatization of the terrorist attack that happened in Kuta on the 12th of October 2002. The attack killed 202 people, including 88 Australians, 38 Indonesians, and 23 people from the UK. An additional 209 people were seriously injured.  …

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Bali’s New Beach Club Allowed To Operate ‘In Good Faith’ Despite Incomplete Licenses

Authorities in Bali have launched an investigation into the island’s new beach club after suspicions were raised about the legitimacy of their business permits. Atlas Beach Club opens its doors to the public on Monday 18th July and late last week local newspapers confirmed that the Commission I of the Bali Provincial DPRD was going …

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Launch Of Asia’s Biggest Beach Club In Bali Uncertain After Blasphemy Scandal

The bar and nightclub chain, Holywings, has found itself in the middle of a public scandal this week after a drinks promotion has been branded as religiously blasphemy. Holywings has bars across Indonesia, mainly on Java, and are in the process of opening a new venue in Bali. The new Holywings venue in Bali is …

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Bali Concert Dispersed By Authorities For Violation Of Protocols

Police officers dispersed a music concert held in Bangli on Wednesday (12/1) for the violation of Covid-19 protocols. The event, also attended by Bali Governor, I Wayan Koster, was dispersed by authorities from the police department for violating prevention protocols. The management team that organized the event apologized to the public and the authorities for …

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Two People Have Been Rescued From Bali Elevator

Two people from Bangli District have been evacuated from an elevator inside Sukawati Art Market after crying for help for allegedly being unable to operate it properly. Official from Sukawati Art Market, I Nyoman Catri confirmed that the incident occured on Friday (7/5) at Sukawati Art Market that was just recently renovated by the regional …

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Bali Movie Theaters Ready To Reopen in Denpasar

After extensive shutdowns, movie theaters in Denpasar are planning to reopen for business. During an interview on Friday (4/12), Denpasar Regional Secretary, I Made Toya, confirmed reviewing application letters from movie theaters outlining required protocols they plan to implement before operating. (Image: ©The Bali Sun – I Wayan Yatika) In response to the application, Toya …

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‘Fear the Walking’ Attraction Now Open In Bali

A “Walking Dead”-themed walkthrough experience has opened at Trans Studio Bali. The attraction, “Fear the Walking Dead Survival,” is described as part thrill ride, part haunted house and part interactive motion ride. The new attraction, based on the popular AMC series, is a multi-sensory experience that is part thrill-ride, part interactive motion ride, and part …

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