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Ngurah Rai airport officials have announced that the new domestic terminal will officially open and begin operations this Wednesday.
Bali Stops Hotels on Postage Stamp-Sized Pieces of Land in Kuta. A regulation introduced by the Regent of Badung on June 3, 2014 (Perbup 36/2014) is poised to have a major effect on how hotels are built in Kuta in the that regency of Bali.
The growing tourism industry in Bali should not harm the environment and cultures, stated President elect Joko “Jokowi” Widodo.
Australian Geoff Moase, 54, died while paddle boarding in Lombok after suffering from a suspected heart attack. The Gold Coast shaper was pulled from the water at Sorga Beach on Friday morning after a fisherman spotted his floating body about 100 meters offshore.
The wife of missing Australian man Peter Maynard has confirmed a chunk of surfboard found off Bali is his.
Since 1994, when DC Shoes first made their mark in skateboarding, the brand has grown to have a wide influence over Skate, Snow, Moto. Over the years, DC has innovative product from skate shoes and moto apparel to to snowboard boots and outerwear. Mike Blabac witnessed much of the action first hand, documenting the unforgettable moments from behind a camera lens.
The Defy Convention Exhibition curated by Mike Blabac is coming to Bali. Get down next Thursday for a night photos, food and good times.
On Saturday 6th September Ulus was small and crowded – a lull between swells. Roxy surfer Hayanna Iguchi Murakawa was enjoying a surf with her friends when an hour and half into the session she heard people screaming: “I was sitting in the line-up when I heard people cheering and screaming. I looked to the side and saw a huge black fin rise up from the water.”
An Australian surfer has been missing in Bali for a week after he disappeared from his hotel room leaving all his belongings behind. Local police say they are mystified by the disappearance of Peter James Alexander Maynard from the Nusa Indah bungalows on Nusa Lembongan, off the coast of Bali.
DenPost reports that the lack of strong law enforcement, particularly in the area of tourism accommodation, has resulted in widespread and uncontrolled of non-conforming residences and hotels being built in Bali’s capital city of Denpasar.
Taking a taxi in Bali can be a daunting experience for newcomers to the island, what with the similar look and color of these rental vehicles, the difference in currency and the constant barrage of honks from drivers (personally, if I need a taxi I will seek one out proactively, negating the need for a shrill honk thank you very much). Thankfully though, catching a cab can be quite a simple task if you follow our expert tips listed below to help you navigate the local taxi scene here in Bali.