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Russian Now as the Top 10

Russian is now in the top 10 of the countries who had been visiting Bali, regarding the amount of tourist. For the Russian, Bali now as the mandatory island to spend their holiday because of the security and the conveniences they will get while they are in Bali. The fact is true, as since the second Bali bombing in 2005, the security and the services in Bali has been dramatically improved. (more…)

A Transit Hotel in Ngurah Rai Bali Airport

The International Airport Bali Ngurah Rai according to the master plan of the extension of the airport targeted finish in 2013, will be equipped with a hotel building. It is more to a transit hotel. This building will be act as a value added of the airport facility to the passengers, which can be used by either domestic or overseas tourist. (more…)

Ngurah Rai Denpasar Bali International Airport Extension

The effort of the extension of the Ngurah Rai Denpasar Bali International airport has been receiving good support from some parties. Japan, as the most potential market for the last some years for Bali, also gave the support for the extension of the Bali international airport, deadlined in 2013. (more…)

Overseas Tourist Interested to See Mount Bromo

The overseas tourist is very excited to see the smoke of Mount Bromo, Probolinggo, East Java, that has been showing its activity from its crater for about the last 1 week. Some tourist from Vietnam, US and England since saturday morning ( this week end), surrounding the Cemorolawang village, Ngadisari Probolinggo, East Java. For your information, Java is the main island of Indonesia, which can be reached from Bali island via ferry in Gilimanuk harbour. The easiest way to reach Gilimanuk harbour if you are already in Bali is by car rental. (more…)

Overseas Tourist in Bali Reach 2 Million in 2010

Until today, the overseas tourist who has been coming to Bali is about 2 million visitors. They were coming from all around the world, especially from Australia, Europe and Asia. The government has been announced early this year, that visitor coming to Bali must be in 2,3 million visitor in 2010. So that is mean, about 300.000 more visitors needed for the rest of this months November, and next month December. Those 2.3 million visitor will be reach out of target. (more…)

Free Rabies in Bali in 2012

The Indonesian Government, through Bali Province Government expects that the island must be free from any rabies issue at least by the end of 2012. In Bali, the epidemic of rabies it self first known in 2008. Now, with additional fund from the government at 15 billion Rupiah, hopefully the epidemic can be eliminated forever from the island. (more…)

Australia (Still) as the Top Ranking for Bali

The Australian citizen who has been visiting Bali (either for leisure or business) is 399,988 peoples. This data has been taken from the last 8 months (January – August, 2010). The number is increasing for about 47.25 percent compare to the same period for last year 2009, at ‘only’ 271,643 peoples. (more…)

Nusa Dua Fiesta 2010

Be here in Bali by next month October, 2010, to enjoying the Nusa Dua Fiesta 2010, performed at the best Bali tourism development area, Nusa Dua Bali. The prestigious Nusa Dua white sandy beach area welcome you with the most interesting non-stop 5 days world class attraction. (more…)

Bali Kuta Karnival 2010

A Celebration of Life would be performing once again in 27 Sept – 3 Oct, 2010. This 8th annual event would be performing in the main tourist area in Kuta. The committee of the event believe that it will be attract more tourist to visit Bali, especially Kuta, enjoying all entertainment and showbiz for those 1 week celebration. (more…)

Bali on Local High Season: Muslim Great Day Eidul Fitri

It is only 5 days left before Bali heading on a local high season. Or, we can say this is a peak season in Bali, connected to the local holiday in Indonesia. On the September 10th, 2010, there will be a Muslim Great Day Eidul Mubarak. In Indonesia, we called it Lebaran. All over the world will be celebrating this annual event. Indonesia as the largest muslim population in the world, of course, will be celebrate it either. And for most non-muslim in Indonesia, Bali is the best place to spend the day off. (more…)