Official Statement October 12, 2018


Recent earthquake hit neighboring island of east Java 56Km from Situbondo ata 02.44am local today....

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Official Statement October 2018


Mount Soputan has erupted this morning 08:47 AM local time, with volcanic ash observed as high as 4,000 meters from the peak or 5,809 meters above sea level....

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Official Statement September 2018


Bali Remains Safe After Strong Earthquake in Palu  Officials confirmed that Bali remain safe for tourist. A series of earthquakes struck the Indonesian islands for the last 2 (two) months. On Friday, Sep 28, 2018, waves of up to 2 (two) meters high swept through Pain,Central Sulawesi, not long after authorities had lifted a ounami alert. The strong ounami was triggered by a magnitude TS earthquake that hit this coastal region, Palu.  As ff e most travelled place in Asia, Bali ts still safe as tourism destination. Tourists with travel plan to Bali could certainly remain positive with your travel plan so,…...

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Official Statement August 11, 2018


Lombok has been rocked by several earthquakes for the last two weeks....

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Official Statement August 7, 2018


A Speedy Joint Search & Rescue was Sent to Evacuate Tourists From the powerful 7 magnitude earthquake that hit Indonesia tourist island, Lombok, a joint search and rescue team was sent to evacuate tourists. In rescue of 1,200 tourists, the latest recap said that more than 650 tourists have been evacuated to Bali by sea while the rest were evacuated by air since Monday morning. Taking great ownership in this emergency humanity services are joint speedy evacuation involving Bounty Cruises, Patagonia Xpress Bali and PT. PELNI (Persero). The sea evacuation services are extended to tourists for free of charge from The Gili islands to Benoa Harbor Bali and free of…...

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Official Statement August 6, 2018


5 August 2018, Denpasar, Bali – A strong earthquake hit the neighbouring island of Lombok at 18.46 PM local time, Sunday, 5 August 2018. The 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck at a depth of 15km north of Lombok near Loloan, causing strong tremors that were felt throughout all of Bali. A series of minor aftershocks followed thereafter, measuring up to 5.4 and 4.3 in magnitude. Bali remains relatively safe despite effects on 2 shopping malls and a cathedral in Denpasar and Kuta. 2 deaths was reported. Tsunami warnings have been lifted although seismologists are continuing to monitor for potential tsunami threats. Bali’s Ngurah Rai International…...

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Official Statement July 3, 2018


Official Statement Nomor : 1066/GIPI BALI-BTB/K-VII/2018 Denpasar, 3 July 2018 10.00 am Local Bali time Following recent volcanic activity of Mount Agung which located in Karang Asem regency, northern east of Bali island, the Centre for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation ( PVMBG ) has recorded a strombolian eruption on Monday, 2 July 2018 at 9.04 PM.  Strombolian type eruption is a relatively mild blast ejecting lava crust in the form of incandescent pumice rock which apparently caused the forest burning of about 2 KM surrounding mount Agung crater yesterday evening. The forest burning has now stopped with wind blowing in westward direction.  In regard…...

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Mount Agung Alert Level Downgraded


10 February 2018 16:00 local Bali time The alert level for the Mount Agung volcano has been downgraded from level four to level three. Mount Agung activity has decreased steadily over past weeks says Centre for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation spokesman Mr. Kasbani. The exclusion zone surrounding Mount Agung has been reduced - now only 4 kilometer radius is within hazard zone which means that evacuees can now return back to their homes. Centre for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation spokesman says he hopes Mount Agung activity will continue to decrease. Evacuees from previeously affected villages have been advised of Mount Agung status…...

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