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The Immigration office at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport has introduced an advanced Electronic Data Gathering and Monitoring System for Foreign Residents (PIDKOA).
Indonesian police sparked up a three-tonne pile of marijuana – and accidentally got the residents of West Jakarta high in the process.
Badung Tourism Service in Bali is asking the Indonesian Department of Trade to review and revise Ministerial Regulation Number 6 of 2015 that will severely limit the distribution and sale of beer.
Starting on April 1, 2015, immigration at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport reportedly will no longer require foreigners to present an arrival and departure card.
The governor of Bali believes that the increasing tensions in the relations between Indonesia and Australia due to the planned execution of two Australian convicts will not significantly affect tourism on the island.
The operations at the I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali will be shut down for 24 hours to commemorate the Day of Silence, which is locally called Nyepi Day, on March 21, 2015.
Balinese Hindu will celebrate the Saka calendar’s New Year’s Day, also known as Nyepi (Seclusion Day), by refraining from doing worldly business. They believe the Nyepi day creates and keeps the balance of nature.
During Nyepi, which will fall on March 21, Balinese Hindu will have to follow the four abstinence rules known as Catur Brata Penyepian. They consist of Amati Geni, or abstaining from creating fire or light, Amati Karya, or abstaining from work, Amati Lelungan, or abstaining from traveling outside their homes, and Amati Lelanguan, or abstaining from enjoyable activities.
To boost tourist numbers, Indonesia from next month will waive visa requirements for nationals from an extra 30 countries — but not Australia — the government has announced.
Elements of Bali’s tourism community are protesting a regulation from the Minister of Trade that will outlaw the sale of beer on Bali’s beaches.
An immigration official at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport, I Nyoman Agus Sucahya, has been named as a perpetrator of sexual impropriety for outraging the modest of Australian tourist Glenda Judith Myra Field (46).