Bali temples forbidden entrance for tourists who are not praying who are still able to explore the tourist attractions from the outside area.

Bali temples forbidden entrance for tourists

Bali temples forbidden entrance for tourists who not came to pray from now on. They  can still  explore the tourist attraction from the surrounding area if they wear modest clothes . The new regulations have been achieved by the Bali Governor I Wayan Koster on Monday July 13 th 2020 after disgusting  behaviour on multiply occasions by foreign visitors recently.    Bali temples forbidden entrance for tourists


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On Aug 9 th 2019  Sabina Dolezalova and her boyfriend Zdenek Slouka from Czech Republic  posted a cheeky video on Instagram filmed at the Beji Templein  in the village of Padangtegal where the couple boasts a combined following of 85,000 users and was has been blasted for their “disgusting” actions with holy water.

On September 15 th 2019 the 36-year-old Tony Kristian Jarvi from Finland  went to Sanur police station and he confessed he was sitting on top of a shrine in the Besakih . The Sanur police later took him to the Penebel police station, and he was asked to perform a cleansing ritual at the temple. He has since deleted his photo on Instagram and apologised to Bali­nese residents. He also posted a video of him performing the cleansing ritual at the temple.

The new law to protect  the holy temples and Religious Symbols  can be also considered  in the form of apologies  to the  indigenous  villagers

The number of tourist should be also limited and all visitors who want to explore the surrounding area and must be wearing modest clothes according the Bali Governor who also stated that not all temples should be  transformed into tourist attractions.


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