Why Bali Makes a Perfect Holiday

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on May 17, 2020
As the world is slowly trying to get towards the new normal, pretty sure most of us are looking forward to a calm serene holiday. Most of the Island lovers are looking forward to visiting Bali again. Now with the new normal where we have seen some old trends coming back, like walking, cycling, less garbage and less plastic. This pandemic may have brought some blissful good things back to us. So why Bali makes the next perfect holiday.Just like 30 years ago when Bali was clean, no taxis, no buses...

Reopen Bali's Beaches - Thousands of People Have Already signed the petition

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on May 14, 2020
A petition was filed recently on Change.org by a user Rafi Papazian to open Bali's beaches. He has also introduced an idea of a “filtered access” to the beaches in Bali. This filter access means with proper supervision of local village officials which should allow allow surfers, runners, casual walkers, and people belonging to the same household to gain entry. It has garnered 980 signatures at the time of publication.Papazian also gave an update on the petition highlighting the fa...

Relying on the Local Customs to Face Corona Virus - Bali Governor

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on May 14, 2020
Bali Administration has been relying on local customs and traditions to face and fight the ongoing outbreak of Corona virus. They are insisting and trusting their on traditions rather than implementing the large-scale social restrictions. I Wayan Koster, the Governor of Bali has made a claim that Bali has been successful in curbing the curve of the disease as the residents and the locals have strong belief in their local values and culture.He also appreciated and acknowledged the efforts an...

Officials Confirm Bali Zoo Taking Proper Care of The Animals

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on May 11, 2020
As an aftermath of Covid-19, may people raised concerns about Zoo animals being hungry and not fed in many parts of the world. Same concern was raised by the people for Bali Zoo as well. However fortunately that is not the case here The Natural Resources Conservation Center (BKSDA) in Bali has confirmed that Zoos and conservation centers in Bali can still afford to feed the animals.Prawono Meruanto, Official of BKSDA recently said that their office is closely monitoring all the zoos around...

Business People/Officials Allowed To Travel Despite "Mudik" Ban

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on May 11, 2020
Covid-19 task force has issued a circular on Wednesday which allows the business community people and government officials that are related to health and essential services to travel regardless of ban and restriction by the government on all passenger related travel.This exemption is applicable to state officials, private sector workers and state-owned enterprises (SOEs) employees that provide health services, basic necessities, security and defense and vital economic functions.Repatriated natio...

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