Water on Lake Batur turns green, stirring concerns from local fish farmers
Following reports of the water in Lake Batur turning green since earlier this week, officials said that the change in color is a natural occurrence, but suggested that local residents should be careful and refrain from using the water.
Police searching for 2 Indonesians after Saudi princess reportedly lost US$37.5 million to property scammers in Bali
Indonesia’s National Police (Polri) are investigating a case of fraud and embezzlement following a report from Princess Lolowah bint Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Saud of Saudi Arabia, who allegedly fell victim to property scammers in Bali.
Beautiful womenswear for the modern #girlboss
PAULINA KATARINA dedicates its new ROSA collection to “women who are strong, cool and determined”. A womenswear label that is gradually making a mark with its subtly elegant pieces, PAULINA KATARINA is for inspired by women who march to the beat of their own drums.
Bali’s ‘traditional villages’ must take up role in reducing plastic waste on the island: Environmental Agency
The provincial government of Bali says the island’s traditional villages, known as desa adat, must take a more crucial role in helping reduce plastic waste on the island, as officials plan to speed up implementation for existing regulations on the issue.
Bali government postpones Kintamani Festival, suggests waiver of cancelation fee for Chinese tourists following international outbreak of Wuhan virus
The provincial government in Bali has postponed this year’s edition of the Bali Kintamani Festival and has requested that hotels on the island waive the cancelation fee for Chinese tourists, following the deadly outbreak of a novel coronavirus in Wuhan, China.
Bali police arrest Russian couple for farming marijuana in their Jimbaran home
Two Russian nationals, identified as Iurii Chernov and Mishel Kvara Tskheliya, were arrested for allegedly farming marijuana in their rented house in Jimbaran, South Kuta and also selling the illegal goods.