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These Popular Bali Beaches Won’t Increase Entry Prices In 2024

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Many of Bali’s top cultural tourist attractions have confirmed that they will be increasing ticket prices from the 1st of January 2024.

However, some of Bali’s fastest-growing beach hotspots won’t be hiking their prices come the New Year.

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Officials from the Badung Regency Government have confirmed that many of the region’s top tourist attractions will not be increasing entry fees for international or domestic tourists in 2024.

While there are hundreds of privately owned tourism businesses in Bali, many of the leading cultural, historical, and natural tourism attractions are managed by teams who are accountable to the Badung Regency Government.

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It has been confirmed that although some government-managed tourism destinations on the island will be increasing ticket prices, it’s not the case across the board.

The Head of the Badung Tourism Service, I Nyoman Rudiarta, told reporters, “Tariffs (DTW) cannot be changed because the rates must be based on regional regulations.”

“If you want to change tariffs, you have to change the Regional Regulation first.”

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He confirmed that some tourist attractions in Badung Regency have asked for increased prices. But Rudiarta said, “The discussion certainly cannot be carried out in a short time.”

In Badung Regency, there are eight DTWs or government-managed attractions. The most famous of these are Pandawa Beach, Labuan Sait Beach, and the Water Blow in Nusa Dua.

Badung Regency is also responsible for the stunningly beautiful but less well-known Taman Ayu Temple.

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The tariffs for these attractions will remain at IDR 15,000-20,000 for the foreseeable future. Pandawa Beach is rapidly increasing in popularity with tourists.

In fact, in 2024, there will be notable upgrades to the striking cliff-backed beach. 

Officials have confirmed that Pandawa Beach will soon be managed as specific zones. This, officials hope, will mean that each different tourist demographic can maximize their experience of the beachfront.

Speaking earlier in the year, the Head of the Pandawa Beach DTW Development and Planning Agency, Wayan Duartha, explained how the new zoning system will benefit tourists. 

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Duartha explained that Pandawa Beach will soon be divided into four specific zones. These will be Pandawa Central, the Timbis Zone on the eastern side, the Gunung Payung Zone, and the Pandawa Barracks Land Zone.

The vast majority of tourists will head straight to the Pandawa Central zone. This portion of the beach will be managed much as it is now.

The stretch of the beach will be an open, public access area for tourists and local people to enjoy as they please.

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The Timbis Zone will be dedicated to beach club facilities that are under construction at the moment. Plans are already underway to develop more venues in the area.

Uluwatu, Ungasan, and the southernmost edges of the Bukit Peninsula are already well-known for their beach clubs, and 2024 is set to see the arrival of even more.

Just this week the Hilton Group confirmed that they will be opening the Uma Beach House as an extension of the newly opened Umana Bali luxury resort in Ungasan.

The new beach club is bringing the laid-back vibes of Miami to the Bukit Peninsula and, in an innovative twist, bringing Peruvian cuisine to the Island of the Gods.

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Back on Pandawa Beach, officials have confirmed that there will be a whole new zone created specifically for watersports and adventure activities.

The end of the beach will be available for private hire for photo shoots and private events. 

Another leading attraction that will be increasing its prices in 2024 is Tanah Lot Temple in Tabanan. Officials have confirmed that with increased ticket prices comes improved customer experience.

Tourists who hold a KITAS will be permitted to pay domestic tourist rates at Tanah Lot Temple. 

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Abdul

Monday 25th of December 2023

More beach clubs in the process. At the same time complaining about low quality tourists who don't care about Bali culture. How dumb are these people?

Make more nightclubs also and then complain about drunk people at night.

Wayan Bo

Monday 25th of December 2023

Mostly very poor tourists are visiting Bali the entrance to such modest beaches should be free. They could buy for such amount of money plenty of nasi instead to pay for entrance.

Justo macka

Monday 25th of December 2023

Are they trying to kill the tourism bonanza.

C

Sunday 24th of December 2023

As the quality gets worse and worse the process goes up and up. Bali is a circus

Alan

Sunday 24th of December 2023

Don't they get it "increase prices" and tourists will stay in their own area/resorts etc.