Australians Threaten To Boycott Bali After Indonesian Executions

Australians Threaten To Boycott Bali After Indonesian Executions

As grief turns to anger, Australians reignite an online movement to boycott travel to Bali and Indonesia.

Hundreds of Australians are urging people to stop travelling to the Indonesian holiday island of Bali, furious over the execution of two Australian citizens overnight.

15 Foreigners Deported  for Illegal Photo Shoot

15 Foreigners Deported for Illegal Photo Shoot

The Ngurah Rai Immigration Office has arrested 15 foreigners for violating immigration regulations by conducting a photo shoot in a villa in Canggu, Badung, Bali.

Indonesia Government to Crackdown on Foreign Land Ownership

Indonesia Government to Crackdown on Foreign Land Ownership

“Foreigners are absolutely not allowed to own an inch of land in Indonesia. It’s clear in line with the constitution,” Minister of Agrarian and Spatial Planning/Head of the State Land Board Ferry Mursyidan Baldan reportedly said to Antara.

Foreigners Working in Bali Reach 1,800 People

Foreigners Working in Bali Reach 1,800 People

Deptartment of Manpower and Transmigration (depnakertrans) of Bali, I Gusti Agung Sudarsana said foreign workers who work on the island is around 1,800 people.

Foreign Workers in Indonesia ‘Must Take Local Language Test’

Foreign Workers in Indonesia ‘Must Take Local Language Test’

A draft government regulation that will require foreigners to master the Indonesian language before they are able to obtain a work permit here has elicited incredulity and skepticism from members of the local expatriate community, who responded to the announcement with criticism.

Locals, foreigners call for a safer Bali

Locals, foreigners call for a safer Bali

Hundreds of foreigners and locals, dressed in all-white, gathered at Batu Bolong Beach in Canggu, Badung regency, on Monday to support the safer Bali campaign.