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Bali Tourism Must Change For The Better Say Top Leaders

With just two days before the launch of the tourism tax in Bali and the general election, there is a lot happening on the island. Ahead of the busy week, Bali’s Acting Governor Sang Made Mahendra Jaya has spoken to the media about the future of tourism.  On 14th February, Bali will officially be launching […]

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Bali Named As Top International Travel Destination In 2024 By Tripadvisor

It will come as no surprise to Bali lovers that the island has topped the charts again in 2024, ranking highly across the board. The TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice Awards are arguably the most impactful travel and tourism awards in the world. Based on reviews and recommendations by real travelers and affirmed by travel experts from […]

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Tourists Wowed By Sneak Peak At Designs For Bali’s New Eco-Beach Club

An exciting new ultra environmentally sustainable beach club is coming to Bali. Situated overlooking Nyanyi Beach, Luna Beach Club will play a huge role in the evolving Naunu City.  Luna Beach Club, which is set to open its doors in July 2024 is going to be one of the most majestic beach club complexes in […]

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Bali Aims To Welcome 7 Million Tourists In 2024

Bali has confirmed its tourism targets for 2024. In late 2023, the Indonesian Ministry for Tourism and Creative Economies announced nationwide targets, and now the Island of the Gods has revealed goals for the year ahead. The Indonesian Ministry for Tourism and Creative Economies has confirmed that they are targeting the welcoming of 14 million […]

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Magical Jungle Haven Spoils Guests In Bali’s Most Popular Nature Resort

Ubud is known around the world for its incredible jungle resorts and hotels. One retreat in particular stands out amongst the rest. The Kayon Jungle Resort continues to unveil itself as the ultimate honeymoon haven and romantic getaway. The Kayon Jungle Resort, within the lush green forests of Bersela, just a minute away from the […]

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Bali Governor Confirms New Tourist Tax Will Be Spent On Waste Management

On 14 February 2024, Bali will introduce a new tourism tax that will require all international visitors to the island to pay IDR 150,000 on arrival. At the time of the announcement of the new tax, officials said that the revenue generated would be spent on preserving Balinese culture and the natural landscape. It has […]

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Strengthening Bali’s sustainable tourism

The Indonesian Hotel General Managers Association (IHGMA) DPD Bali has taken progressive steps to realize a wiser transformation in the industry. This momentous shift was catapulted by the inaugural International Leader Summit (ITLS), which was held in September 2022. Based on the discussion that was brought up in ITLS 2022, the tourism paradigm will be […]

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Astungkara Way’s Sustainable Journeys for Discovery and Regenerative

Indonesia, being an agrarian nation, requires eco-friendly agricultural innovations. Astungkara Way has taken the initiative, and its efforts have been recognized through the Satu Indonesia Award 2021. The Satu Indonesia Award 2023 is now open, offering opportunities to individuals and community groups to develop environmentally friendly innovations that benefit society. Tim Fijal, who relocated to […]

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Get Plastic Foundation Turns Trash into Fuel

Indonesia: the third largest plastic-producing country in the world, as reported on the Indonesia.go.id page. During 2020 Indonesia produced 67.8 million tons of plastic waste and a total of 185,753 tons of plastic waste is produced daily by 270 million people. This is what moves different parties, both communities and individuals, to work together and […]

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The Ministry of Transport organizes a beach clean-up to celebrate World Seafarers’ Day

The Directorate General of Maritime Transport (Ditjen Hubla) of the Ministry of Transport (Kemenhub) conducted a sea and beach clean-up operation involving all Implementation Technical Units (UPT) of the Directorate General of Hubla City simultaneously throughout Indonesia. This activity is part of the Shipping Safety Campaign series of activities in the context of the International […]

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