Denpasar plans to restrict access, allowing only those with ‘clear purpose’ to enter city
Denpasar is planning to restrict access at the city borders, allowing only those with urgent and relevant purposes to enter the provincial capital.
Though the new restrictions, which are reportedly yet to be finalized, are scheduled to officially begin on May 15, officials appear to have set up monitoring posts across the city.
Help children living on the streets of Denpasar with Bali Life Foundation
The world has never felt smaller, as people all over Bali and the world forego social events for Zoom chats and gyms for living room yoga sessions. It’s a time of unity and togetherness, and also a time to support those who need it most.
Indonesia’s tourism industry prepares for post-pandemic ‘new normal’
In preparation for a world that looks much different after the COVID-19 pandemic, tourism players in Indonesia are planning relevant strategies to adapt to the “new normal,” wherein health and hygiene would play a key role in attracting tourists.
Hundreds sign online petition to reopen Bali beaches
An online petition closing in on a thousand signatures is calling for the reopening of beaches across Bali, arguing that people should be allowed access as long as they obey social distancing rules.
Authorities suspect American man in Seminyak may have been dead for days before discovery
A 50-year-old American man was found dead at an accommodation in Seminyak yesterday afternoon, with authorities reportedly suspecting that the deceased may have been dead for days before his body was discovered.
Plastic found inside dead green sea turtle washed up on Bali beach
A green sea turtle that washed up on a beach in Bali last week reportedly died on Tuesday. Local authorities suspect that it may have died due to accumulated plastic in its digestive system.