Bali tourism news


Welcoming the Opening of Tourism in Bali

Bali Governor's Circular Letter No. 15 of 2021, especially point number 2 which states that Natural, Cultural, Artificial, Spiritual, and Tourism Village Tourist Attractions (DTW) are being tested and opened with a maximum visitor capacity of 50 percent by implementing very strict health protocols and using an application. 'Peduli Protect' was warmly welcomed by the managers of tourist attractions.

Following up on the SE, the Bendesa Adat Kuta as the manager of Kuta Badung Beach opened a barrier that closed the main access to the beach, Wednesday, September 8, 2021.

The barrier was opened by the officers of the Kuta Traditional Village and the banner that reads “The Beach is Temporarily Closed” was removed. We don't allow vaccination until stage two," said Kuta Indigenous Bendesa Wayan Wasista, Wednesday. Traders who were allowed to sell had only finished taking the second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, which they had been waiting for for a long time.

The hope is that after this, it will not be closed again so that people can still earn sustenance.

If Bali tourism starts to rise, the economic downturn of the people of Kuta, in particular, can also improve from the downturn.

Monitoring of health protocols for visitors will be tightened. His party will deploy Jagabaya and Pecalang, and tourists are expected to be disciplined in implementing health protocols while in the coastal area.

"For strict supervision, we will deploy Jagabaya and Pecalang officers to regulate the number of visitors and traders. We will also arrange for officers to check the PeduliLindung application for visitors and traders because there are many entrances. What is clear is that we follow government regulations," said Wayan Wasista.

He appealed to everyone to obey and implement health protocols with the 6M (properly wearing standard masks, washing hands, maintaining distance, reducing travel, increasing immunity, and obeying the rules.

The World's Best Island 2021, Including Bali

Travel+Leasure released their list of the world's best islands. In the top 10, Bali is included. Cool!

Reporting from Travel+Leasure, (10/9/2021) the list was created by collecting data based on experiences from world travelers. One of the considerations is the perfect Instagram destination that travelers dream of on a cold winter night.

Imagine a beautiful view on a sun-drenched island. Already so, the island is surrounded by blue waters. Coupled with the historical, cultural, and thrilling adventure factors, and other things.

Each year for the World's Best Awards survey, T+L asks readers to consider the experience of traveling around the world. Travelers are asked to rate cities, islands, cruises, spas, airlines, and more.

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The assessment is based on activities and views, natural attractions and beaches, food, and friendliness. The result, like this picture.

Want to see lazing iguanas and sea lions playing with snorkelers in the waters of the white coast? Galapagos is the place.

For unrivaled diving, there's Koh Samui in Thailand and Palawan in the Philippines. If you want to spend your days enjoying pasta and homemade wine from local vineyards, consider Sicily or Sardinia.

For this year, T+L has released a list of the best islands in the world chosen by travelers. Mílos in Greece is in the first place, while the second is Folegandros, still of Greek origin.

Travel+Leasure assigns a score to be able to assign the best points. Seychelles and Sri Lanka have the same score.

The following is a list of the best islands by Travel+Leasure:

1. Mílos, Greece

2. Folegandros, Greece

3. St. Vincent and the Grenadines

4. Madeira, Portugal

5. Andaman Islands, India

6. Sicily, Italy

7. Koh Samui, Thailand

8. Bali, Indonesia

9. Hawaii

10. Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

11. Kauai, Hawaii

12. Maui, Hawaii

13. Santorini, Greece

14. the Maldives

15. Hvar and the Dalmatian Islands, Croatia

16. Sardinia, Italy

17. Harbor Island, Bahamas

18. Aruba

19. Palawan, Philippines

20. St. Lucia

21. Mallorca, Spain

22. Anguilla

23. Eleuthera, Bahamas

24. Seychelles

24. Sri Lanka

10 Thousand Artists Will Enliven Bali Arts Festival

The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy (Kemenparekaf) supports the holding of the 43rd Bali Arts Festival (PKB) in 2021, which will officially open on 12 June.

Deputy for Tourism Products and Event Organizers of the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, Rizki Handayani, said that the presence of the 43rd PKB can certainly answer the longing for the event, by the community as well as artists and business people in the country. "It is hoped that this event will be able to empower various tourism industries and the creative economy in Bali, its multiplier effect on the economy can be felt by the wider community, especially those affected by the pandemic. This needs to be a concern for all of us, even President Joko Widodo will open the 43rd PKB live from the Jakarta Presidential Palace," said Rizki. This 43rd PKB is one of the 'Kharisma Event Nusantara (KEN) 2021' program. which was launched last April to move the wheels of the economy back in the tourism and creative economy sectors, especially in the event sector. In the mandate of the Minister (Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno), three other things must be considered in implementing the event. First, Relevant. The theme should be related to current conditions, such as health. Second, Digitalize. It is digital with the latest technology and is close to millennials. Third, sustainable. Must pay attention to environmental, cultural and economic sustainability," said Rizki. Meanwhile, the Head of the Bali Provincial Culture Service, I Gede Arya Sugiartha, stated that the 43rd PKB in 2021 took the theme of Purna Soul: Prananing Wana Kerthi (Plenary Soul of the Breath of the Tree of Life), which means glorifying trees/forests as a symphony of universal harmony towards prosperity. live with an all-perfect soul. "The noble concept in the 43rd PKB theme in 2021 will be a trigger for tradition-based creativity and motivate the current Balinese generation to always love ancestral culture, build character, identity and prosperity," he explained. Arya also explained there will be 73 events that will be presented during the PKB, involving 10 thousand artists from the community and superior sekaa from all districts / cities in Bali, including foreign delegates. The agenda consists of 43 types of Rekasadana (Performance); 3 types of Utsawa (Parade); 13 Wimbakara (Competition); 2 Kandarupa (Exhibition); 6 Kriyaloka activities (Workshop); and 6 Widyatula topics (Sarasehan).

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