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As published in the Bali Post, a doctor from Udayana University’s medical faculty has painted a dark and depressing story of one of the outcomes of Bali’s current tourism boom.
A 60-year-old Austrian tourist has apparently drowned on Bali’s north coast The Lovina Hotel.
Every so often, a convicted Australian paedophile – we’ll call him “Malcolm” – transfers small amounts of cash via Western Union to his “friends” in Indonesia.
Bali again won the award as the best island in Asia in 2014 from international tourism magazine, Travel + Leisure.
An Australian expat is on trial for drugs charges in Indonesia, accused of dealing from his popular cafe in the tourist hub of east Java.
The story focuses on Bonne Gea who is a phenomenal surfer and an exception in many ways as she was the first female surfer in Nias and carried on surfing despite all the odds to become 5 times Indonesian Women’s Surfing Champion. Although the film focuses on surfing it is also a story of triumph over adversity and the island serves as a microcosm for change on a global scale so we explore big issues through a personal story.
The number of foreign tourist arrivals to Indonesia in August this year reached 826,821 people, rising by 7.24 percent from 771,009 people in the same month in 2013, Central Statistics Agency (BPS) data revealed on Wednesday.
A South African man, identified as Mark Allan Ramsey, died Thursday when he was washed off his feet by high waves and drowned on Pererenan Beach, Badung, Bali.
An Australian man could be detained by Indonesian police for two months without charge over a motorbike crash that killed a woman who was riding with her daughter on Monday.
Foreigners could again become the target of militant attacks in Indonesia as extremists there pledge loyalty to the Islamic State group, a thinktank warned on Wednesday.