Indonesia Aims For Higher Foreign Tourist Arrivals

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Indonesia Aims For Higher Foreign Tourist Arrivals Indonesia’s Tourism Minister, Arief Yahya says he will not pause to rest until the number of tourists to Indonesia exceeds those visiting Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. The Minister made this remark at the Bali’s Tourism Academy (STP) in Nusa Dua, Bali recently and urged tourism professionals and younger […]

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Bali To End Year With Record High Arrivals

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Bali To End Year With Record High Arrivals Bali can expect to end the year with a record number of 4.75 million foreign tourists’ arrivals. The bulk of Bali’s tourism growth is coming from Mainland China – in June, it was recorded that 77,906 Chinese tourists visited Bali, a 28.87% increase from the number in […]

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Bali’s Most Iconic Tourist Attraction To Receive An Upgrade

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Bali’s Most Iconic Tourist Attraction To Receive An Upgrade Tanah Lot, Bali’s iconic tourist attraction and one of its most sacred and important sea temples will increase its admission prices by 100% in October or November this year. According to Beritabali.com, the manager of the Tanah Lot Complex, I Ketut Toya Adnyana, had announced the […]

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Indonesia & New Zealand Signs Pact To Boost Tourism

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Indonesia & New Zealand Signs Pact To Boost Tourism Indonesia has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with New Zealand in efforts to boost travel between the two countries. Signed by Indonesia’s Tourism Minister, Arief Yahya and New Zealand’s Trade Minister Todd McClay, the MoU covers various areas including human resource development, information exchange, destination […]

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Better, Newer Runway For Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport

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Better, Newer Runway For Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport will be undergoing gradual servicing of its runway, a process that is estimated to take up a total period of three years. The announcement was made by the airport’s new General Manager, Yanus Suprayogi who told media that the asphalt on […]

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Giant Sunfish Spotted In Nusa Penida, Bali

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Giant Sunfish Spotted In Nusa Penida, Bali Divers and lovers of the deep blue sea should be heading out to Nusa Penida these following months to witness the magnificent Mola-Mola Sunfish making their way back to Bali’s tiny offshore island on an annual offshore migration. Weighing at about 1000kg, this docile and friendly mammoth of […]

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Indonesia’s Visa-Free Policy Brings 6.9 Million Tourists

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Indonesia’s Visa-Free Policy Brings 6.9 Million Tourists 6.9 million tourists visited Indonesia since the implementation of the visa-free policy for citizens of 169 countries. According to Heru Santoso, Immigration Directorate General, 4,095,264 of the foreigners were from 15 countries with reciprocal agreements with Indonesia. The other 2,881,945 from 144 countries were not. “The figure is […]

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115 Free Wifi Hotpots For Kuta

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115 Free Wifi Hotpots For Kuta Bali’s Badung Regency now enjoys free wifi hotspots in most tourists’ areas across Kuta. The free wifi hotspots are part of a programme launched by the South Bali Badung Regency. The service, named “Badung Free Wifi” was officially launched last week by Badung’s Regent, I Nyoman Giri Prasta. The […]

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Garuda Indonesia to Resume Flights to the USA In 2017

Garuda Indonesia to Resume Flights to the USA In 2017

Garuda Indonesia to Resume Flights to the USA In 2017 Garuda Indonesia, the country’s national flight carrier will be resuming flights to the USA in 2017, according to the CEO of Garuda Indonesia, Arif Wibowo, who said “id on Wednesday, June 15, 2016: “Next year we will try (to fly to the USA) because it […]

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Bali’s Administration Decides To Scrap 86 Regional Laws

Bali’s Administration Decides To Scrap 86 Regional Laws

Bali’s Administration Decides To Scrap 86 Regional Laws 86 local government regulations have been scrapped by Bali’s Governor Made Mangku Pastika who said that the regulations were contradictory to provincial or national laws or were no longer considered to be in the public interest. The 86 laws were from 9 districts or cities on the […]

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