It’s not every day that we can see a retired plane perched on top of a cliff, but just because it’s an unusual sight doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a sight to behold.
According to Nusakti, the shortcut will help evenly distribute infrastructure developments across Bali, and especially to tap on the tourism potential of northern Bali.
The building, according to ITDC, will be a landmark for the Mandalika Circuit, located in West Nusa Tenggara (NTB)
Development projects backed by the Indonesian government are getting a bit of a spotlight during a recent UNESCO session.
The UN body cited concerns over potential impacts on the environment.
The theme park is expected to attract as many as five million visitors annually.
Indonesia will have more time to prepare and promote the world-class event, a minister said this week.
UN human rights experts are saying that ongoing developments in Mandalika “tramples on human rights.”
Viral video of woman saying she was kicked out of Sanur beach sparks discussion on privatization in Bali
A series of videos of a woman claiming she was kicked out from a beach in Sanur, Denpasar has circulated widely and reignited discussions on beach privatization in Bali.
The video of a man bathing and fishing in a puddle of water in the middle of a busy and damaged road in Central Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) has gone viral recently.