tourism

November 10, 2010

Bursting Bali Arrivals Up 6.5% in September

TUBAN Bali hosted nearly half of all foreign visitors to Indonesia in September, with arrivals at Ngurah Rai International Airport totalling 243,222, up 6.54 percent on September 2009. Figures from – Read More...
November 25, 2010

Bangli Puts Tourist Charge Up By 200%

BANGLI Bangli regency had slapped a more than 200-percent increase on its tourism contribution fee charged to visitors to the area’s tourist attractions, which include Kintamani and Lake Batur. The – Read More...
December 1, 2010

Bali Holiday Romance With a Sting

NUSA DUA A 37-year-old Japanese woman who befriended a 28-year-old East Java man and had a five-month relationship with him from March to July this year ended up paying a – Read More...
December 9, 2010

Dutch Weekenders Robbed in Violent Break-In

AMLAPURA Karangasem Police have made sketches of the likenesses of two men who broke into a villa at Jasri, near Amlapura, and stole property from two Dutch consulate employees who – Read More...
December 13, 2010

New Warnings Sounded Over Too-Crowded Bali

SANUR Further warnings have been sounded over the pace of tourism development in Bali, with Dutch professor of service management Jan Hendrik Peters telling an international seminar on green tourism – Read More...
December 22, 2010

French Couple in Mystery Deaths

SINGARAJA Mystery surrounds the deaths of a French couple at a small hotel in Banjar, Buleleng, on Monday. They were found dead in the bathroom about 7pm, only an hour – Read More...
November 26, 2012

Tourists of Asia Pacific Goes to Bali

DENPASAR Foreign tourists from Asia Pacific are travelling directly from their country to Bali. During January-September 2012, there were 1,260,078 people, that is 59.26 percent of 2,126,281 foreign tourists. Thanks – Read More...
November 26, 2012

Interesting Offers for European Tourist

DENPASAR Backpackers often stay in a house owned by residents in the rural area of Bali and has now started much coveted by European tourists who vacation to the island. – Read More...
February 4, 2013

Tourism Gets Short-term Benefits from New Hotels

DENPASAR The mushrooming of hotels, villas and other types of tourist accommodation in Bali would likely only bring short-term benefits to the island’s tourist industry and visitors, a tourism practitioner – Read More...
February 11, 2013

Disease Warning for Bali Travellers

SYDNEY West Australians are continuing to pick up nasty infectious diseases in Bali, with new figures showing increases in the number of sexually transmitted infections and mosquito-borne diseases brought back – Read More...
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