Emission of smoke from Bali volcano disrupt tourism figures

Published on : Monday, December 4, 2017

indexFor the last two weeks, the most sacred volcano’s in Indonesia has been emitting plumes of ash into the sky. As a result, many flights have been called off. Many holidaymakers are also altering their vacation plans and thousands of Balinese have already abandoned their homes.

 

However, thousands of residents of that place still continue with their daily lives in a 10kms danger zone around the volcano, unwilling to evacuate for religious reasons or abandon homes and livestock.

 

Last Thursday, around 10,700 foreign and 6,400 domestic tourists have left Bali. According to TRT World’s Mark Gay report, the situation is having a negative influence on tourism.

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