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Balawista Badung Lifeguards recently returned from a National Lifeguard Competition held at Palabuhanratu, West Java on 26th May 2013.
Thailand, Indonesia and the US are still the hottest destinations for Australians, who are continuing to travel overseas in record numbers.
Although it’s not on top 10 on the list, but it’s an honour for Indonesia to be chosen on the CNN World’s 100 best beaches.
A management company needs to be established to professionally manage the seven villages in Bali that are currently being developed and promoted as tourism villages.
Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior will arrive in Bali tomorrow as part of the environmental NGO’s campaign to support marine and forest protection.
After an awesome start at Rifles in the Playground area we moved South expecting to score at arguably the most fun left-hander in the world: Macaronis.
In only a few years, logging and agribusiness have cut Indonesia’s vast rainforest by half. The government has renewed a moratorium on deforestation but it may already be too late for the endangered animals – and for the people whose lives lie in ruin
The Denpasar Sewerage Development Project (DSDP), established at substantial public expense, is meeting resistance from local business who prefer to pump their wastewater into local ditches, septic tanks and the ocean rather than be burdened with the cost of a monthly sewerage bill.
Tourism stakeholders in Bali should be able to retain Australia as the largest contributor of foreign tourists to the island, travel agents have said.