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February 22, 2020

Bali Chaos as Thousands of Australian Tourists are Left Stranded at Bali Airport

Thousands of holidaymakers have been left stranded in Bali after a glitch with the immigration computers at Bali Airport. The system crashed on Friday about 12pm, causing hours of delays – Read More...
February 20, 2020

Denpasar-Gilimanuk Toll road will start construction in 2021

Bali Governor Wayan Koster, said that the construction of the Denpasar-Gilimanuk Toll Road will begin in early 2021. The completion target of the 30-40 kilometer toll road was set to – Read More...
February 19, 2020

3 Indonesian Crew on Diamond Princess Positive for Coronavirus

Jakarta – Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Cultural Affairs Muhadjir Effendy stated that the government would continue to monitor the coronavirus, or COVID-19, after returning Indonesian citizens from China after their quarantine – Read More...
February 18, 2020

1-year-old Baby Tests Negative for Coronavirus Infection in Bali Following Breathing Difficulties

A one-year-old baby in Bali has been declared free from a possible coronavirus infection, the latest of dozens of patients who had undergone medical observation on the island following exhibition – Read More...
February 15, 2020

Bali Police Hand Out Flowers and Chocolates Instead of Tickets

In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the Traffic Unit of Bangli District Police distributed flowers and chocolates to road users passing on Jalan Brigjen Ngurah Rai on Friday. Officers also informed – Read More...
February 15, 2020

Tourist from Italy Drowns in Bali Found Still Holding His GoPro

A Bali diving tour that was exploring the waters of Crystal Bay came upon the suspected body of a Tourist from Italy. The suspected body of a male tourist from – Read More...
February 12, 2020

Australian Man Receives Hefty Fine For Smuggling Cigarettes

An Australian man caught smuggling cigarettes into his country received more than he bargained for from Perth judges. For attempting to smuggle 36 cartons of cigarettes through Perth International Airport, – Read More...
February 10, 2020

Bali official claims to have misspoken, takes back confirmation on African Swine Fever causing mass pig deaths on the island

The rest of the world might be all up in the coronavirus news cycle, and while the attention in Bali has not been far from that either, it has also – Read More...
February 8, 2020

Governor Legalizes Balinese Arak, Paves Way to Promote Traditional Liquor

Arak, Bali’s own traditional liquor, will soon be more of a commercial option across the island, as Bali Governor Wayan Koster has issued a gubernatorial regulation on production and marketing – Read More...
February 5, 2020

Hundreds of Pigs in Bali Killed by Mystery Disease

Nearly 1,000 pigs in Bali have died from an as-yet-unidentified disease, local authorities say. Pig farmers are concerned that the disease is related to the African swine fever (ASF) outbreak – Read More...