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Tourism Staff In Bali Seek Higher Paid And Lower Stress Jobs After Pandemic

Tourism in Bali has certainly bounced back better than anticipated in 2022, but employers in the sector are struggling to find staff to support their business operations. Thousands of tourism workers lost their jobs overnight as the world went into lockdown, and now they are demanding better pay for their labor. According to local hospitality …

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Luxury Airplane Villa On Bali Clifftop Set To Open In March 2023

In 2021, Russian investor and hotel developer Felix Demin transported a disused airplane to the cliff tops of Nyang-Nyang Beach and promised that he would turn it into a luxury villa and hotel to help revive tourism in the Uluwatu area after the pandemic. The founder of Bubble Hotel Bali has stayed true to his …

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Investors Seek Approval To Develop Skydiving Tourism In Bali

It seems that anything is possible in Bali, especially when it comes to developing new tourism offerings. Just as it seems the island has all bases covered, a new tourism activity makes its presence known. Village leaders in Bali have confirmed that Australian investors are seeking permits to develop skydiving tourism in Tabanan Regency.  According …

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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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Shop Owners In Bali’s Popular Uluwatu Say Business Is Slow

Mass tourism has undoubtedly returned to Bali. With the arrival of the G20 Summit and other international conferences, tourism businesses are hopeful that the final leg of the recovery from the pandemic is approaching. But, while mass tourism has returned to areas like Kuta, Seminyak, and Canggu, other areas of Bali are noticeably slow to …

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Locals Worry New Second Home Visa In Bali Will Lead To Overdevelopment

It has been just a week since Indonesia announced the impending launch of the second home visa. The visa entitles those with over $130,000 in the bank to apply for a 5 or 10-year temporary residency. Yet there are already concerns being raised by local people in Bali and by government ministers that the new …

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Businesses Share Aid With Communities As Bali Storm Recovery Operations Begin

Following two weeks of intense storms and heavy rains in Bali, communities, tourists, and businesses across Bali are rallying together to start clean-up operations. Flooding has devastated communities, especially in Jembrana Regency, infrastructure has been destroyed, and flood waters and high tides have transported waste across the island.  Communities, local NGOs, and tourists have come …

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AirAsia To Launch Ride Hailing Service In Bali By November

Malaysia’s budget airline, AirAsia, is launching its new ride-hailing service in Indonesia. As a trail for the broader Indonesian market, the company will launch AirAsia Ride by the end of November in Bali. The announcement was made by the company’s Regional CEO, Lim Chief Shan, during a virtual press conference on the 13th of September.  …

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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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Australian Skincare Business Tycoon Dies In Bali Aged 32

Ryan Channing, Australian skincare entrepreneur and ex-fiance to retired Olympic gold medalist Ian Thorpe, has died suddenly at the age of 32.  Channing, who tested positive for Covid-19 eight weeks ago, died after being rushed to the hospital on Sunday 8th May. News of his passing was announced by the media before his family had …

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Level 2 Restrictions For Businesses Extended In Bali And Java

Despite the opening of borders and the resumption of the visa on arrival program, the Indonesian government has decided to extend the Level 2 Covid-19 restrictions for the foreseeable future.  According to Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, the government has decided to keep the Level 2 enforcements in place indefinitely. He …

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Bali Unemployment Rate Begins Return To Pre-Pandemic Levels

The Head of the Bali Statistic Center, Hanif Yahya, has confirmed that unemployment rates in Bali have started to decrease. In another positive step in the reopening of the economy following the Covid-19 pandemic, Balinese workers are being summoned back to their places of work. According to the Central Statistics Agency of Bali Province, there …

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