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 Agency for National Unity and Politics (Kebangpol) of the Denpasar Municipal Government is creating a data-based survey of foreign nationals living in Bali’s capital, as quoted from Bali Discovery.
Marzuki, the Shariah police’s chief investigator, said Saturday that residents in a neighborhood of the provincial capital, Banda Aceh, reported the men, aged 23 and 20, to police on March 29.
With an estimated 130,000 rooms for rent every night in Bali, many of which remain empty, it should be apparent to even the most casual observer that Bali is in a critical oversupply situation.
A video has been uploaded by Bali Police to help those confused by massive changes in traffic flow directions for Kuta and Legian. The changes has been introduced by Bali traffic police since January. This month marked the first of the traffic flow changes trial and people seem to be quite lost. Bali Coconuts reported, […]
Police in the popular tourist areas of Kuta and Legian in Bali have begun socializing a number of changes in traffic flows. The changes being introduced by traffic police will be introduced in February with absolute enforcement promised on March 1, 2017, as quoted from Bali Discovery.
Via public announcements in the Bali press, Ngurah Rai Immigration Office has reminded all accommodation providers and private residence owners in Bali of their legal obligation to report the details and data of all guests, Bali Discovery reported.
Angkasa Pura I – the management authority for Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport is threatening to take stern action against any online transportation operator that attempt to pick up or drop passengers Bali’s sole airport, quoted from Bali Discovery.
Indonesia just announced that immigration formality agents are no longer allowed to submit applications for visas and stay permits without having the expat present.
In January 2015, the Ministry of Trade’s legislation banned convenience stores around the nation from selling alcoholic drinks, in hope that this would curb underage locals (especially school kids) from divulging in the act of alcoholic indulgence.