Bali warns New Year COVID-19 violators

Bali warns New Year COVID-19 violators, Foreigners could  be deported if they are caught violating COVID-19 health rules during New Year celebrations. Get ready to be kicked out says Bali immigration office head Jamaruli Manihuruk said in an interview with  warning that health rules must be observed as the country seeks to fend off the Omicron variant now sweeping the world. Bali’s governor has barred carnivals, fireworks and gatherings of more than 50 people over the Christmas and New Year period. Malls, restaurants and cafes must shut by 10pm, and only operate at 75 per cent capacity.

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Bali’s beautiful tropical scenery, surf beaches and party scene have made it a playground for masses of Australian and New Zealand tourists, as well as those based in nearby cities such as Singapore. Almost 200 tourists were deported from Bali in 2021, Manihuruk said, with seven booted out for violating COVID-19 protocols. In July, three foreign tourists from the United States, Ireland and Russia were sent home after they were caught not wearing masks in public during a raid. In May, a Russian influencer and a US-based Taiwanese YouTuber were deported after posting a video where the former was seen strolling around Bali with a painted mask on her face. The video sparked fury from Indonesians online, who demanded the pair apologize and be sent home. Indonesia has been seriously hit by the coronavirus pandemic. As of Wednesday, it had reported more than 4.2 million confirmed COVID-19 cases and more than 144,000 deaths. Bali alone reported more than 110,000 confirmed cases with over 4,000 deaths. With vaccination rates relatively low, the country remains vulnerable to new outbreaks, especially of the more easily transmitted Omicron variant that is driving record case numbers in Europe. There have been 68 confirmed cases of Omicron in Indonesia so far, according to government data.


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Famous elephants in Bali facing desperate situation

Famous elephants in Bali facing  desperate situation and depending on a GoFundMe marketing campaign that needs to raise $90,000,  the elephants overjoyed the likes of Kim Kardashian, Steve Irwin and dozens of superstars for many years are ravenous to loss of life on account of the loss of vacationers visiting Bali.Mason Elephant Park and Resort, house to 30 rescued Sumatran elephants, is at the verge of ultimate as a result of there is nearly no income coming in from guests.  It prices nearly $500,000 to feed the herd each and every 12 months – however with lower than 100 legitimate vacationers at the island paradise in 2021 – the zoo is on its knees. As soon as its streets had been flooded with travelers packed shoulder to shoulder, however now bars and retail outlets take a seat empty after the tourism industry dried up throughout Covid commute bans. The world airstrip stays deathly quiet despite the fact that the island considers itself open for trade.

1000’s of Balinese have slumped into poverty with out the vacationer industry they depend so closely on.


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Nigel Mason and his son Jian Mason say the elephants within the park are starting to starve as a result of cash to feed them has run out. Locals say they leave out Aussies vacationers maximum of all We are terrified that we will begin to see deaths within the irreplaceable herd,’ mentioned a determined fundraising message posted on-line for Jian Mason, son of the park’s founder Nigel Mason. Mr Mason has spent his lifestyles financial savings conserving the park afloat and will not pay body of workers both.

1000’s of Balinese have slumped into poverty with out the vacationer industry they depend so closely on.

In 2019 Bali had 6.three million in another country guests, together with 1.23 million Australians. Because the park opened in 1997, it were a roaring luck website hosting tens of millions of holiday makers together with Irwin, the Kardashian extended family, Kanye West, Julia Roberts, Jessica Biel, Calvin Klein, David Beckham, Jean Claude van Damme, and Jimmy Barnes.

1000’s of Balinese have slumped into poverty with out the vacationer industry they depend so closely on.

Irwin as soon as referred to as it ‘the most productive elephant park I’ve ever observed. Bali survives on tourism, elephants live on on vacationers. With out vacationers I have no idea what the longer term is. It is heart-breaking the place that is going,’ Mr Mason says that they are now in a scenario the place we should get tourism again if we are going so to live on this any further.’ The elephant park is now depending on a GoFundMe marketing campaign which has so raised simply $31,000 of a $90,000 objective.

1000’s of Balinese have slumped into poverty with out the vacationer industry they depend so closely on.

‘We’d like so to lift about $30,000 a month simply to proceed to seem after the herd till Bali in any case reopens once more, which given the state of Indonesia, may well be neatly into 2022 at perfect,’ wrote fundraising organizer Nick Healey, on behalf of Jian Mason. Australian chef one the island, Dean Keddell, additionally informed the Channel 9 program he used to be spending all his time getting ready foods for determined locals. 1000’s of Balinese have slumped into poverty with out the vacationer industry they depend so closely on.


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Expensive Bali street dog on private jet

Expensive Bali street dog will travel on a 40.000 $ private jet flight to Australian new home to be reunited with family before Christmas . Natasha Corbin has spent the past six years trying to get Munchkin into Australia after falling in love with her while living in Bali with her fiancé David Daynes. The couple had been living in Bali as Ms Corbin runs an online marketing business and was able to work remotely. When we decided to move to Bali, my partner had one rule for me because I’m such a dog lover and that was that I wasn’t allowed to interact with any dog,” Ms Corbin said. I just ignored all of the dogs as best as I could and this dog, Munchkin, she was just a little tiny puppy, would follow us around because she had just somehow ended up near our villa.” There have been many twists and turns to Munchkin’s journey to Australia since Ms Corbin first laid eyes on her as a puppy six years ago.

“The reason we were in New Zealand was we had to live there for a while to get our dog cleared to come to Australia,” Ms Corbin said. She said international pet quarantine restrictions made it easier to bring a dog to Australia from New Zealand rather than Indonesia so the couple moved there two years ago. But Ms Corbin has been separated from Munchkin and Mr Daynes for the past five months after returning to Australia for surgery on the Gold Coast.Now she’s taking drastic action by hiring a private jet and trying to sell seats to human passengers to offset some of the cost.


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“I just want them home and I want to take the option that’s most likely to work and if that means we have to pay extra and try and sell these [private jet] seats and do all of this extra work, I’m willing to do it,” she said. A jet doesn’t come cheap, however, with a $40,000 to $45,000 price tag, so Ms Corbin has reached out to the Sunshine Coast community to find human travellers also wanting a seat on the plane. I have been inundated with people sharing their stories of how they’ve been stuck and they’ve had their flights cancelled over and over again,” she said.

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Munchkin. desperate to get back with their family for Christmas.

Failing to rehome the puppy a number of times in Bali, Ms Corbin decided to bring her home to Australia, but she didn’t realise the hoops she had to go through. “We were told the process would take about six to eight weeks and cost us about $10,000, but it’s now been almost six years trying,” Ms Corbin said. Munchkin’s quest for Australian residency has seen the pooch live in four foster homes in Singapore, including a penthouse — a far cry from her humble beginnings on the streets of Bali. Her journey has been plagued by health-related travel restrictions pre-dating the pandemic, after being bitten by a tick while transiting through Singapore. During that time Ms Corbin and Mr Daynes relocated back to Bali so they could fly to Singapore to visit Munchkin once a month. Munchkin consistently failed health tests to get into Australia but, after being deemed non-contagious, she finally received an official permit last week to enter the country.

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I stopped counting how much it cost us when we hit $40,000 and that was about three years ago Ms Corbin said.

With COVID-19 further complicating their quest, Ms Corbin said ordering a private jet to transport her now six-year-old dog to Australia was her only option. One of the biggest challenges we have is that getting the dog out of New Zealand she needs to go through Auckland, and flights to go from the North Island aren’t considered green zone,” Ms Corbin said. Also, flights from the South Island of New Zealand direct through into Queensland have largely been cancelled, and there’s very little availability.” She said with COVID-19 quarantine restrictions between the North Island of New Zealand and Queensland, Mr Daynes would be in quarantine for Christmas and Munchkin would be unable to travel on a commercial flight until January next year due to availability.

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I have been saying to my partner for the past two or three years, ‘Imagine if something happens, and we end up flying her home on a private jet’,” she said.The next step is selecting other passengers and managing weight limits. Ms Corbin said she was meeting 11 people from New Zealand via Zoom to work out who could arrange to be on the plane to Brisbane at short notice.It will just be whoever is able to book in with us because we really would like to organise the flight for next week,” she said. I don’t know if we’ll be able to take seven other people because of weight restrictions so we might only be able to fit five other people at this stage.” At this stage, anyone on the flight from the South Island should not have to quarantine on arrival according to Queensland government guidelines.

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Ms Corbin is eagerly awaiting the arrival of an import certificate for Munchkin, which would bring her home without having to quarantine, six years and tens of thousands of dollars later. Wouldn’t that be the ultimate success story from this street dog from Bali that we just found underneath our scooter one day ?


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Bali house prices tumbling up to 50 % lower

Bali house prices tumbling with luxury homes are being sold for 30 to 50 % lower than the asking price during pre-Covid-19. Indonesia.  Ray White real estate chief executive Johann Boyke Nurtanio said the pandemic and border closures had driven down demand and dragged down the prices with it. What happened in the past year is that Indonesians are the ones actively looking and buying cheap assets as an end result of the pandemic,’ he said. If someone wants to go back to Perth, they need to fly from Bali to Jakarta to Dubai to Sydney (and quarantine in Sydney), before taking the last leg from Sydney to Perth, which is impossible for anyone to take this route.

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A four-bedroom villa at Ulawata Beach is currently going for $340,000 – down from $440,000 the year before.A 14-bedroom house at Taman Sari in Kerobokan is now on the market for $540,000  after dropping down from $785,000. A three bedroom and four bathroom property at Jimbaran is fetching $892,000 after the price was slashed from $1.1million.

Independent property commentator Gavin Hegney said the savings were too good to resist. A modern interior with whitewashed walls in the Kerobokan house that is selling for $540,000. Why would you buy a holiday houses in the South West, where prices have gone up 50 %, when you could buy a place in Bali, which has gone down 30 %, he said. Mr Hegney warned prospective buyers to do their research before settling on a holiday home. He advised buyers to employ a lawyer in Australia and Indonesia and study the risks involved in carrying out transactions overseas.

Local builder Tim Gordon added the homes would also need regular maintenance because of the tropical climate.

 


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International Airlines entering Bali from January 2022

International Airlines entering Bali only expected from January 2022 says the president of state-airport operator Angkasa Pura I Faik Fahmi on November 21 th 2021 . Airlines need time to process the permits. Especially after the Indonesian government had only opened the flight route as early as October 14.  Angkasa noted the earliest would likely be the end of this year but international airlines would start by opening chartered flights instead of traditional commercial flights. There are a number of airlines but I can’t reveal it just yet as it has yet been finalized.

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There are a number of them but for regular flights, it will likely start in January  2022, He said that one of the main considerations is Indonesia’s health quarantine policy as the length of Covid-19 quarantine for foreign visitors has been slashed to three days and that the quarantine process that Indonesia imposed reduced international interest towards Bali. Limited availability of international airlines serving direct flights to Bali is also due to the limited countries that the Indonesian government allows, which is 19. These countries were chosen because of its low risk Covid-19 status according to the WHO which among others include China, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, and Poland.


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Month after Bali reopened : Zero International Tourist

Month after Bali reopened on October 14, 2021 has the islands of the gods still no foreign tourists or direct international flights, The Governor of Bali, I Wayan Koster, at the opening of international tourism  revealed that there were already 20,000 foreign tourists who made hotel reservations for November 2021 from 19 countries, including China, India, Japan, South Korea, Italy, France. , Spain, Sweden, Poland, Hungary and Norway. But from the report I received yesterday, from those 19 countries, there were already orders for hotels. There are 3,000. Some countries have up to 3,000 orders. There are 2,000. There are 1,500. From Europe I see quite a lot. If that’s the total, in November the order was 20,000 says Koster  on  Thursday (11/10/2021). 

Koster admitted that there are many reservations for November 2021 because there are already certain regulations for traveling to Bali, namely based on the Regulation of the Minister of Law and Human Rights and the Circular Letter of the COVID-19 Task Force. He hopes that the momentum of opening international flights in the future can be a recovery for tourism and Bali’s economy towards 2022 and beyond.  The government had issued a quarantine regulation for 8 days for foreign tourists who would come to Bali. However, because many complained about the regulation, finally the quarantine period was changed to 5 days in accordance with the Decree of the Chairperson of the COVID-19 Handling Task Force Number 15 of 2021 dated October 15, 2021 concerning 19 foreign countries whose citizens were allowed to come to Indonesia.Month after Bali reopened


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The old quarantine rules were then changed again on November 2, 2021 to only 3 days Even when the quarantine period has been shortened, still no signs of international flights of foreign tourists to Bali. On Friday  (12/11/2021), after meeting with the candidates for Indonesian Ambassadors in several countries, Koster submitted a request to the Ambassador candidates to be a part of promoting Bali. There are a few yes. I got the information yesterday from Garuda. Looks like it will be from Japan. But the date is not certain and still not officially conformed When asked about the emergence of complaints about the length of quarantine, Koster said that his party would propose to the Central Government so that, if possible, foreign tourists coming to Bali would not be burdened with quarantine. This is considering that all flight requirements to Indonesia are sufficient to state that they are free of COVID-19. The first requirement is that the vaccine is complete, the second is PCR, yes, it’s actually safe. That’s it, we really hope that we don’t need quarantine anymore. Even in quarantine, one day is enough to wait for the PCR results. The Domestic tourism  improved already a lot. No, no registration yet. There are already reservations for each hotel. But no one has arrived yet because he can’t fly the plane with any passengers. 


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Bali new years parties prohibited

Bali new years parties on December 31 th 2021 will not been authorized and all requests by hotels and clubs have been refused by the government. The announcement was made by Secretary of the Bali COVID-19 Task Force , I Made Rentin on Thursday Novermber 11 th 2021. He said that parties at clubs and hotels have the potential to create crowds and makes potential risk high  for COVID-19 transmissions. The Bali COVID-19 Task Force has threatened to revoke the business license of a nightclub that organizes a party during PPKM Level 2.

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Rentin said that a number of hotels in Bali had asked for permission to hold parties, especially for events closing in December 2021 and opening in January 2022. The Bali Provincial Government firmly refused.
 Until now, no party activities have been allowed, there are even official letters from several hotels, asking us. The leadership’s direction is that we wait for the development of the national task force, and until now there has been no official permit by the National Task Force for party events including welcoming 2022 ,
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The coordinator of the Java-Bali PPKM, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, said Rentin immediately intervened to monitor the activities of the nightclub. He asked the local government to ensure nightclubs obey the rules. The national task force evaluated yesterday with Mr. Luhut, one of which was the focus and confirmation of Mr. Luhut as the commander of PPKM Java Bali, to governors, regents, mayors in Java and Bali to pay special attention to efforts to handle and control night activities without exception,
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The rules in question include nightclubs being allowed to open on condition that the visitor capacity is below 100 percent. Operational hours Friday-Saturday, using the PeduliLindung application, wearing masks and so on. All night activities need to be noticed that they really implement health protocols,” said Rentin. No nightclubs have been closed or have their business licenses revoked for violating health protocols. According to him, the provincial government of Bali reprimanded nightclub entrepreneurs in a humane manner.  Luhut twice reprimanded the Bali Provincial Government because a number of tours, restaurants, beach clubs and other public places violated health protocols. The violation is in the form of managers manipulating the Pedulilindungi application data so that it is not full until visitors flock to it. In fact, next year Bali will be the venue for the international event, the G20.

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Travel corridor with Malaysia launched

Travel corridor with Malaysia launched , Jakarta and Bali at first now the two countries improved  the Covid-19 pandemic situation. This was announced in a joint statement following a meeting at the state palace in Bogor, outside Jakarta, between Indonesian President Joko Widodo and Malaysian Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob.  Mr Widodo, said he had a “very open and friendly” discussion with his Malaysian counterpart on several topics, including protection for migrant workers, land and sea borders, as well as regional issues such as Myanmar and the South China Sea. As close neighbor’s  and peoples of a common race, we must strengthen our cooperation based on the principle of mutual respect and mutual benefit,” said the Indonesian leader.“ We have agreed to make a travel corridor arrangement in stages, that we will launch one by one,” he added. Datuk Seri Ismail said the two leaders  agreed to implement a vaccinated travel lane.

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Indonesian President Joko Widodo gestures while talking with Malaysian Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob during their meeting at the Presidential Palace in Bogor, Indonesia, on Nov 10, 2021.PHOTO: REUTERS.


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The lanes between Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta, as well as the resort island of Bali, could be opened first. In the early stage, we may start with KL-Jakarta-KL and KL-Bali-KL,” he said.“ God willing, we will expedite with the details and make a joint statement to announce the reopening of the borders,” he added. Accompanied by several ministers, the Malaysian Prime Minister’s visit to Jakarta is his first since he was sworn into office on Aug 21. Mr Ismail, who arrived on Tuesday and will be in the Indonesian capital until Thursday, was given a 19-gun salute at the official welcoming ceremony at the palace on Wednesday. Mr Widodo also hosted a state banquet for Mr Ismail. State visits by new leaders in both countries are a diplomatic tradition.

Mr Widodo visited Kuala Lumpur in 2015, and, in turn, received former Malaysian premiers, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, in June 2018 and Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin in February this year. Malaysia’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Tuesday: “The visit will open a new chapter in the already strong, multifaceted Malaysia-Indonesia relations. It will provide an opportunity for the leaders to advance collaboration towards effective recovery as two immediate neighbor’s  deal with the impacts of the unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic.” The two leaders on Wednesday witnessed the signing of two memoranda of understanding (MOU) on education and Customs by their ministers.  Before leaving Jakarta, Mr Ismail is scheduled to meet Indonesian businessmen, the chief editors of Indonesian media and Malaysian residents in Indonesia. He is also due to visit a defense industry facility in Bandung, West Java.


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Bali Airport without flight slots

Bali Airport without flight slots exactly two weeks after international flights from I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport in Bali reopened on October 14, 2021, there has not been a single international airline landing on the runway of Bali’s International Airport and  not been a single airline that has proposed a flight time slot to the airport. This was announced Taufan Yudhistira, the Stakeholder Relations Manager of  Bali Airport on Thursday (28/10/2021).

Bali Airport without flight slotsTaufan said that   the process of submitting an international flight slot time is carried out directly by airlines and the process is quite long because they also have to register with the IASM or Indonesia Airport Slot Management organization. Airlines must simultaneously submit a slot time application letter to the Ministry of Transportation, There are at least three agencies they need to write to from the Ministry of Transportation says Taufan. It would take at least 7-14 days from registering to getting approval to fly. If there are international airlines that apply for a slot time today, then at least they will only get approval and make flights at least a week after or seven days after the request.


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Bali Airport without flight slotsWhile being asked about the preparations made by Bali Airport authority to welcome international passengers, Taufan said that his party is wel prepared and he also counting
on flights from  Australia. The second largest tourist market for Bali, Australia is said to have lifted the ban on foreign travel for its citizens including to Indonesia from November 1, 2021. It will be interesting to see if this policy will immediately make Australian tourists the first to set foot at Ngurah Rai Airport.


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Kelingking Beach swimming ban

Kelingking Beach swimming ban after drownings of Indonesian tourist and local guide on Sunday 25/1/2021.  The  tourist and his guide who died on Kelingking Beach on the island of  Nusa Penida on Sunday (24/10) afternoon, raised the attention of the local authorities of  the Klungkung Regency Government. To avoid similar incidents the district government had a  meeting at the Bungamekar Village on Tuesday (26/10/2021). The meeting was attended by the Head of Nusa Penida I Komang Widiasa Putra, Bungamekar Village officials, the Nusa Penida District Leadership Coordination Forum , representatives of the Klungkung Tourism Office, Bungamekar Village officials and traditional soldiers.

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The Head of Nusa Penida I Komang Widiasa Putra made a few decisions during  the meeting at the Bungamekar Village Headquarters Office resulted in a number of points. Among them, the Kelingking Beach tourist attraction area remains open as usual. “However, with the provision that tourists who come down to the beach must be accompanied by a guide who already knows the local area” said Widiasa, Wednesday (27/10/2021). Tourists are  not longer allowed intering the sea and swimming is prohibited . A warning board has already been installed and  more installations will be added. Another point is that as much as possible, there will be officers who will inform tourists of the area  and beach conditions in Klingking . The opening  hours for tourist activities in the Kelingking Beach wil be also be reviewed. Matters that require further policies and regulations related to the management of objects that require professional human resources in this field will be reported to the Regency.


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Kelingking Beach swimming ban

The victims who died in the deadly accident on Kelingking Beach were Nur Aisyah, a traveler from South Sulawesi, and Putu Suasta a guide from Bungamekar Village in  Nusa Penida. The deadly accident occurred during a fun photo shoot on the lips of Kelingking Beach, Bungamekar Village, Nusa Penida District, Klungkung, Sunday afternoon (24/10/2021) . In fact, the case of being dragged by the waves on Kelingking Beach also happened to two domestic travelers while playing at Kelingking Beach, Sunday (8/8) afternoon. Luckily, the two victims, namely Abdurrahman Ridho, 25, and Dewi Amelia, 24, survived because of the help of local residents. Victim Adurrahman Ridho, a traveler having his address at Batam Nirwana Residence Block D 7 Number 10 Patam Lestari Village, Sekupang District, Batam City, Riau Islands Province, had fainted after being evacuated. The problem is, this 25-year-old man is taking in too much water.

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