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Tuesday, November 17, 2020

If you are planning to travel to Bali, be aware of this new strict rule

Located in the eastern part of India, Indonesia is called the land of islands. 
Bali, an island in the country, is also full of beauty. Bali is one of the most beautiful islands in Asia and millions of tourists from all over the world flock to this tourist destination every year. The rules for tourists have been tightened for some time now on this island full of beautiful beaches and natural beauty. If he was caught having sex without marriage some time ago, he was also jailed. Now, the rule on alcohol has also been tightened.

Stricter rules for tourists
If you visit Bali from India, you can easily return with a budget of Rs 50,000. Most people choose to come here because a place like Bali is also on a budget. Beautiful beaches, mountains and blazing volcanoes and excellent seafood can be enjoyed here. However, now with the parliament here, tourists may have to be a little more careful at times than they enjoy. Otherwise, if they make a mistake, they may end up in prison.

It is noteworthy that Indonesia is a Muslim country but there are also a good number of Buddhists, Christians and Hindus. There has also been a movement to enforce Sharia law here in recent times. So that difficulties also arise.

Fun adventure sports with beautiful seas
Surrounded by blue seas and golden beaches, Bali is truly a paradise. In addition to the beautiful beaches, there are also temples, caves, springs, museums and markets. If you like history and culture you can get to know the traditions of Bali up close. Along with the beauty of the beach, you can also enjoy adventure water sports. You will also experience absolute peace by coming here.

If you go to Bali, keep this in mind - Bali
has famous places like Koota, Seminyak Beach and Zimbaran Beach. The best time to visit Bali is in a dry environment. Which is between June and September.
Keep in mind while choosing the discretion of the foreign tourist facilities are equal and have a right to
avoid the obscenity jahera places, steep fines will bear the rest of
your rules before moving indonesiya information, may be left to the difficulty of
access to the mandiromam wearing shorts, etc. Prohibition, touching idols and littering can lead to fines -
Indonesia's currency is the rupee, but the Indian currency is worth more than the Indonesian currency.
-The distance from Delhi to Bali is about 6,800 kilometers but there is no direct flight from Delhi to Bali, you can apply to go to Bali via Singapore.

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