The tourist region of Kuta, in the Indonesian island resort of Bali, needs reform and management in various supporting sectors such as traffic management and environmental hygiene, according to tourism practitioner Nyoman Sarjana.
National Narcotics Agency Bali Province (BNNP) arrested United States man, identified by his initials CB, while picking up a package containing hashish-type drugs at Post Office, Sunset Road, Kuta
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Uban described how criminal posing as motorbike jockeys offer transportation to tourists, luring them to a quieter location where they are preyed upon by a group of thieves laying in wait.
Kuta’s Community Empowerment Organization (LPM) sweep the streets again to conduct their routine operation of deflating the tyres of vehicles that are parked in non-parking zones.
The crackdown on Bali’s so-called happy ending parlours continues, with massage parlours in Legian and Denpasar the latest to be raided, Indonesia Expat reported.
Story of a two months surf trip there at 17. Kuta was just a small village. Few losmen for backpackers and surfers with the neighborhood of the local families. Cows were hanging under the coconut trees. No electricity, no running water, dogs everywhere. Mushrooms from cowpats end up in a small restaurant. Pot passed from hand to hand. No forecast just the expectation of a new moon when it was flat. We had to listen the sound of the swell during the night, with the morning surprise… Just few surf spots were discovered beside Kuta and the virgin beaches up to Legian. Kuta Reef was the main surfed left on a good swell. Aussies were already ripping on 6′ boards.Frenchies, we were still under the 8′ gunny hawaiian/cal influence.
Fight broke out in the heart of Kuta, with shirtless foreigners trash talking and ‘fighting’ on a very crowded Legian street, right in front of the Bali bombing memorial.
To welcome the celebration of the birth date of the Indonesian female emancipation fighter, R.A. Kartini, a number of female surfers wearing the traditional sarong kebaya took to Kuta Beach on Thursday, as quoted from Bali Discovery.
The community chief (Kelian), I Ketut Werka, said many local residents living on Jalan Kubu Anyar had complained that traffic was diverting to their areas traveling via local alleyways to circumvent the one-way rule.