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Homecoming Prohibition Will be Non-Active on May 18

After the end of the homecoming ban, travel tightening rules will apply which will take effect May 18-24, 2021. The rules for tightening mobility are...

Education on the Prohibition of Going Home in Bali

Police officers wearing "celuluk" costumes or creepy figures with local Balinese artists toured traditional markets during the education on the ban on going home...

Bali Airport Transports 5 Thousand Passengers During the Prohibition Period

I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali, recorded that it has served 5.294 domestic route passengers who traveled for non-homecoming reasons by 81 planes...

30 Airplane Passengers Refused to Fly Because of Mudik Cancellation

During the 4 days of opening a monitoring post for Eid al- Fitr at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Tuban Village, Kuta District,...

Transportation Agency Plans Backflow Tightening

The Department of Transportation (Dishub) of Denpasar City asked the public not to go home to native cities and villages for the Idul Fitri...

Javanese Travelers Surging in Gilimanuk

Before the implementation of the ban on mudik going home on May 6, there was a surge in the flow of homecoming from Bali to Java at Gilimanuk Port, Jembrana.

Transportation Agency Sends 177 Employees to Support the Supervision

Badung Regency Transportation Agency will deploy 177 members of personnel to support oversight of the 2021 prohibition of homecoming policies, in connection with preventing the spread of Covid-19.

Local Tourists Were Asked Not to Travel During the Prohibition of Mudik

All tourist attractions in Bali will remain open when the Eid homecoming (Mudik) prohibition from 6-17 May 2021. But tourists from outside the area, are prohibited from visiting Bali.

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Opening Next Week, Bali Arts Festival Collaborates with 10.000 Artists

The Bali Arts Festival will enter its 43rd year of implementation this year. The plan is that the biggest...
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65.000 Expats Working from Bali During the Pandemic

65.000 expatriates worked from Bali during the Covid-19 pandemic and 80 percent of them were digital nomad tourists. Director...

Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport Served 268.540 Passengers in May

I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali, served 268.540 passengers in May 2021. This figure has increased compared to...

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Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport Served 268.540 Passengers in May

I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali, served 268.540...

Bali Can Open for Foreign Tourists in June or July

The government continues to prepare for the opening of...