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A Singaporean man has died after falling off a cliff and into the sea while attempting to take a selfie on an island off the coast of Bali in Indonesia.
Detik.com reports that a pod of four whales, initially thought to be dolphins, have been swimming dangerously close to the shoreline at Padang Galak in Sanur, Bali since Sunday, May 17, 2015.
In addition to Ngurah Rai International Aiport in Denpasar, Bali will be home to a floating international airport that will be constructed on a beach off Kubutambahan in Buleleng.
Indonesian authorities have vowed to crack down on the reported distribution of synthetic rice, said to be made with potato starch and toxic resin and imported from China.
Bali Revenue Department plans to provide free entrance ticket to a number of attractions that are under the authority of the local provincial government, especially for students of elementary and kindergarten.
The Jakarta Population and Civil Registration Agency has aired plans to launch raids on expatriates’ homes in Jakarta, following reports that many foreigners lack proper documents.
The family of a missing girl is desperately offering up Rp 40 million to anyone who can locate or provide accurate information on the whereabouts of eight-year-old Angeline, according to an “anak hilang” poster getting shared on social media.
Increasing number of foreign tourists drawn to the Indonesian tourist resort province of Bali occurs as the island offers spiritual comfort besides its innate beauty, a tourism observer stated.
Bali’s struggle against rabies continues. As reported by Bali Post, new cases on a month-to-month basis have continued to increase over the past two years.
The intangible stream of Internet data from servers through networks into a gadget is becoming increasingly important these days. It is daunting to be without an Internet connection in this day and age when people have become comfortable with leaving home and family to travel overseas.