elderly italian citizen in bali taken to immigration - stranded due to covid-19

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on May 07, 2021
An elderly Italian man has been taken to immigration after being stranded in Bali for an year of begging, Authorities said they followed up on the reports about this matter from locals in Badung Regency.I Gusti Agung Ketut Suryanegara, who heads the Public Order Agency (Satpol PP) in Badung, shared that the man aged 75 is identified as AR was found around Legian, Kuta.AR used to live in Canggu, North Kuta previously while working as an artist/businessman. He claims that his business went bankrup...

2 new corona virus variants detected in bali

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on May 05, 2021
After two people tested positive with UK and South African variants, Bali will be sending all confirmed cases samples to Health Ministry for complete genome sequencing. Wayan Koster, Governor of Bali shared the findings recently, in which he noted that one patient has been confirmed to have been infected with the B1351 variant from South Africa, while another was infected with the B117 variant from the UK. The discovery was made after health authorities analyzed some positive COVI...

prayers from families of fallen sailors kri nanggala-402 submarine

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on May 03, 2021
After a long search, the crew members of KRI-Nanggala-402 submarine have been declared sunk with no survivors. The families of the crew members are making pleas for the prayers for the fallen sailors as recovery efforts continue following the tragic incident. The wreckage was found on Saturday at the depth of 838 meters broken in to three pieces, after that Indonesian Military declared all crew members dead. While the whole nation was praying for the safety of sailors this announc...

despite criticism officials defend decision of moving rescued dolphins to bali exotic marine park

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on May 03, 2021
Indonesian authorities are facing new outrage after relocating the dolphins rescued from the prohibited Dolphin Lodge in Sanur to the Bali Exotic Marine Park in Benoa, which animal rights groups call a "setback." Despite some criticism, the Natural Resources Conservation Center (BKSDA) in Bali defended its decision, claiming that it was made with various factors in mind. Meruanto, the head of administration at BKSDA Bali, clarified those considerations to Coconuts this morning, notin...

domestic tourism on the rise in bali as daily visitor number reach 4500

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Apr 30, 2021
Bali's tourism and creative economic Minister Sandiaga Uno has said that this month a steady growth in national visitors will be seen with an average of 4,500 visitors a day. At a Live Press Conference, the minister said that the average daily visitor figure in January was between 2 000 and 2 500. Since then, the figure has almost doubled to 4,000 visitors and 4,500. "This is a good achievement," Sandiaga remarked. "We can begin to develop confidence among domestic tourists in ord...

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