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Bali Port Temporarily Closed Down Due To Bad Weather

Bali authorities decided to temporarily close down the Gilimanuk Port in Bali due to bad weather. The Operational Coordinator of Gilimanuk Port, Nyoman Sastrawan, confirmed that authorities decided to stop operations in anticipation of dangerous incidents due to the bad weather on Tuesday afternoon (11/1). The closure caused delays to the ferry trip schedules on Gilimanuk …

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New Bali Traffic Policy Includes Imprisonment For Parking Cars On Side Roads

Authorities from the Badung police department have stated that people might face imprisonment for illegally parking their cars on the side of public roads. The Head of the Badung Traffic Police Office, AKP Aan Saputra, confirmed that authorities would be more decisive in handling traffic violations in 2022. This is part of their effort to …

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Dozens Of Illegal Vehicles Fined By Bali Authorities

Dozens of illegal vehicles have been fined for carrying passengers without a legal permit. The Head of Operations from Cekik Vehicle Weighing Unit, Arya, confirmed that 40 illegal vehicles were sanctioned during an operation conducted by authorities. The operation began on December 23, 2021, anticipating the potential surge of traffic violations during the year-end holidays …

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Bali Expects To Begin Electric Train Construction By 2023

Bali officials have recently stated that construction for utilizing electric trains in Bali is expected to begin by 2023. The Head of Bali Transportation Agency, I Gede Wayan Samsi Gunarta confirmed that infrastructure development to utilize the electric train as a new transportation mode in Bali is expected to begin by 2023. “After successfully operating …

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Bali Officials Lift 8 PM Curfew At Gilimanuk Port

Bali officials have decided to lift the 8pm curfew in Gilimanuk Port to welcome more domestic visitors. The General Manager of Indonesia Ferry Ltd for Ketapang Port East Java, Suharto confirmed that Gilimanuk and Ketapang Port is one of the main entrance for domestic travelers to gain access into Bali will be allowed to be …

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Government To Implement Number Policy For Bali’s Traffic System

    The Bali provincial government has planned to implement an even and odd number policy for Bali’s traffic system.  The Head of the Bali Police Department, Irjen Putu Jaya Danu Putra confirmed that the new traffic regulation will potentially start to be implemented by the 25th of September 2021. “We’re still waiting for the Bali Governor’s …

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Indonesian Automotive Company Plans To Test Flying Taxis In Bali

One of the Indonesian automotive companies has planned to test their flying taxis in the Bali sky. The President Director of Prestige Image Motorcars, Rudy Salim confirmed that his company will be scheduled to test their latest innovative product in Bali. After officially introducing their flying taxi called EHang 216 in the Indonesia International Motor …

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31 People Detained For Allegedly Using Fake Vaccine Documents At The Padangbai Port In Bali

Authorities from the Karangasem police department have detained a group of 31 men after allegedly showing fake Covid-19 vaccine documents at the Padangbai Port. The Head of the Karangasem police department, AKBP Riko Abdillah Andang Taruna confirmed that a group of men who have been working as boat crews were detained during an attempt to …

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Bali Covid-19 Test Workers Near Gilimanuk Port Allegedly Uncertified

Bali officials have recently discovered that most of the Covid-19 test operators around the Gilimanuk Port area were uncertified and without proper training.  The Head of the Jembrana Health Agency, I Gusti Bagus Ketut Oka Parwata confirmed that officials have spotted many uncertified rapid antigen test operators who have been operating in the Gilimanuk Port …

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Two Bus Drivers Arrested For Using Fake Covid-19 Documents At The Gilimanuk Port In Bali

Two minibus drivers have been arrested after attempting to use fake Covid-19 test and vaccine documents for their passengers at the Gilimanuk Port. The Head of the Jembrana Police Department, AKBP I Ketut Gede Adi Wibawa confirmed that the two suspects who have been identified as a 28-year-old man named Supriadi Holifin from Jember and …

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Hundreds Of Australians Scheduled To Leave Bali On A Specially Chartered Flight

Hundreds of Australians who have been staying in Bali during the Covid-19 pandemic will soon leave the island on a chartered flight.     The Stakeholder Relations Manager of Angkasa Pura Ltd for Bali Airport, Taufan Yudhistira confirmed that hundreds of Australian citizen who have been stranded in Bali are scheduled to be transported back to Australian …

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Man Detained For Removing Road Barriers During Travel Restriction In Bali

A 41-year-old man with initial INGS (a.k.a Nyoman) has been detained by the police for removing a road barrier during the travel restriction in Denpasar. The Head of the Denpasar Public Relation Officer, Iptu I Ketut Sukadi confirmed that the man was detained for violating the travel restriction policy during the emergency partial lockdown on …

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