Month: September 2015

Things To Do In Bali – Part 1

This article will arrive every Monday morning to start of your day. This article is the collection from every people that already come to Bali and fall in love with Bali. First article from Mandy Nicholas a Travel blogger passionate about food, packing light, taking great photos and helping you plan the best trip. Source : Mandy Website Chris and I are

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Jokowi decline bids from Japan and China

After Indonesia’s enthusiastic election last year of Joko Widodo, the country – desperately in need of new infrastructure for its booming population of more than 250 million people – began to weigh bids for its first high-speed railway. The new link would have connected the gridlocked capital of Jakarta with Bandung, the nation’s third largest city, and cost

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Jokowi kicks off LRT construction

The first phase of building Jakarta’s Light Rail Transit (LRT) has started, with President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo pushing the button to officially kick off construction in Jakarta on Wednesday, a week after signing the relevant presidential regulation (Perpres). “We talked about this project three years ago with Jakarta Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama – then

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About Bali Part 1

We will talk about bali and describe, why you should come to bali. This article will come every week, every thursday. Anyway, the much you read the more you know about Bali - The Island of Peace. Bali have many nickname, Island of Peace, Morning of The World, Island of Hinduism, Island of God, Island of Love, and many more. Bali is an island and province

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Indonesia AirAsia X could be grounded

Indonesia AirAsia X, which sells cheap flights from Melbourne and Sydney to Bali, is in danger of being grounded by Indonesian authorities next month for not meeting a regulatory requirement to have at least 10 aircraft in its fleet. The move would be a blow to Australian holidaymakers and to the airline, which already damaged its reputation by selling

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Bali police see tourists as ATMs

Bali police confess to extorting Australian partygoers Applying for a job as a policeman in Bali is not as simple as filling in a form. You may need to pay $50,000 or more just to be hired. The exact amount varies by how much you'll be able to extract during your career in bribes and kickbacks, so not surprisingly, buying a job in a "wet" area – such as

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