• Not All are Welcome


    RadarBali reports that for the eleven months January – November 2017, Immigration officers at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport refused entry or sent home some 756 foreign tourists. Among those refused entry include individuals flagged as pedophiles, gang members, fraudsters, murderers and embezzlers.

    Meanwhile, 182 foreigners were deported by Bali’s immigration office in the first 11 months of 2017.

    Rachmat, assigned to the Ngurah Rai Immigration office, said during 2017 some 5,221,703 million arrived in Bali while 5,347,884 foreigners departed via Bali.

    In the same 11-month period, 356,788 Indonesian passport holders landed in Bali with 344,029 Indonesian departing to overseas destinations from Bali.

    January – November 2017 saw 1,355,136 Mainland Chinese visited Bali. In the same period,  990,468 Australians visited Bali followed by 239,014 Japanese nationals.

    The Ngurah Rai Immigration office issued 14,040 Indonesian passports through December 18, 2017.

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