Island of Indonesia, located in Bali province

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Sunny Chanel
June 3, 2021
Business Insider
Take the plunge in these spectacular and affordable hotel rooms with private pools, from Mexico to Greece and beyond.
Febriana Firdaus in Ubud
May 14, 2021
the Guardian
Tourists threaten the island's economic recovery by ignoring Covid protocols, including refusing to wear masks and even making a porn film
Mary Papenfuss
April 26, 2021
The black hole dubbed "The Unicorn" is just 1,500 light years from Earth, and one of the smallest ever found.
April 24, 2021
The Economic Times
Military chief Hadi Tjahjanto said the presence of an oil slick as well as the discovery of debris near the location of KRI Nanggala 402's last dive on Wednesday off the island of Bali were clear proof the vessel had sunk. Indonesia earlier considered the vessel to be only missing.
Bill Bostock
April 23, 2021
Business Insider
The KRI Nanggala 402 vanished Wednesday morning near the island of Bali during a torpedo skill, Indonesia's navy said.
Cheryl Teh
April 22, 2021
Business Insider
The submarine went missing off the coast of Bali with 53 crew on board. Over 36 hours have elapsed in the Indonesian navy's fruitless search-and-rescue effort.
Sinéad Baker
April 21, 2021
Business Insider
Indonesia's military chief told Reuters that the country wants help from Australia and Singapore to find the missing submarine.
The Evolved Traveler
March 10, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- Today, The Evolved Traveler, curator of worldwide luxury travel experiences designed to promote a sense of global community and sustainable...
Jack Snape And James Glenday
March 10, 2021
The move is aimed at propping up ailing parts of the tourism and aviation sectors, which have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and fear the end of the JobKeeper program later this month.
Matt Henry
March 8, 2021
It was one of Bali's best kept secrets, then tourism boomed. Now COVID has forced locals back to nature.
Anne Barker
March 6, 2021
Indonesia's tourism mecca could soon be open to Australians who have received their COVID-19 vaccine. But even if you've had your jab, this is why you may not be lying on Kuta Beach anytime soon.
Norman Hermant
February 22, 2021
Mickayla Downey and Matthew Hardiman saw an unexpected boost to their savings during the COVID pandemic, enabling them to buy their own home -- and they are not alone.
January 14, 2021
Canadian researchers helped discover that monkeys at a temple in Indonesia not only steal human visitors' belongings to exchange for food, but intentionally target the highest-value items.
Trevor Mogg
January 14, 2021
Digital Trends
Monkeys that nab stuff from tourists in Bali will often return the items if they receive food in return. But actually they're even more cunning than that ...
Rebecca Ratcliffe South-east Asia correspondent
January 14, 2021
the Guardian
Study finds macaques go for tourists' electronics and wallets over empty bags and then maximise their profit
Rebecca Ratcliffe South-east Asia correspondent
January 14, 2021
the Guardian
Study finds macaques go for tourists' electronics and wallets over empty bags and then maximise their profit
Mark Bannerman
January 9, 2021
"The less someone has the more likely they are to give": Dean Keddell was trying to help Balinese who lost their jobs because of COVID-19 but he ended up with some important lessons in life, writes Mark Bannerman.
Graham Readfearn with Australian Associated Press
January 3, 2021
the Guardian
Bali's famous beaches covered in plastic garbage - video
Harry Suhartono and Arys Aditya | Bloomberg
August 24, 2020
Bali has been open to local travelers since the end of July, and as many as 2,500 people have been arriving through its airport every day without causing a spike in infections
August 8, 2020
the Guardian
A baby turtle is released at a beach in Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia. Photograph: STAFF/Reuters
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