Official Release Feb 6th, 2020


Bali Provincial Government's Official Press Release Governor of Bali: Bali Ready to Welcome Foreign Visitor, As Always    ...

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Official Statement


Mount Agung has erupted on May 18, 2019 at 02.09AM local time...

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Official Statement April 2019


Following recent volcanic activity of Mount Agung which located in Karangasem regency, nothern east of Bali Island......

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Official Statement Dec 2018


Following recent volcanic activity of Mount Agung which erupted this morning at 04.09 AM local time creating ash column 700 M above sea levels and light volcanic ash observed at Amlapura . The alert level for mount Agung is at level three ( level 3 ) with exclusion zone of 4 KM radius from the crater as issued by Mr. Devy Kamil Syahbana, head of Eastern Indonesia Volcanic Mitigation Subdivision at the Center for Volcanology & Geological Hazard Mitigation ( PVMBG ). The distance between mount Agung to the capital of Bali is about 70 KM . While the other tourism…...

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Official Statement Dec 2018


Bali Tourism Board wishes to express deepest condolences for the victims affected by the tsunami in Pandeglang, Serang and South Lampung....

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Official Statement Nov 2018


Stakeholder pariwisata Bali berkomitmen meningkatkan keselamatan (safety) dan kenyamanan wisatawan Tiongkok....

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Official Statement Nov 2018


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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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