Bali International Airport - Jan 23, 2019
With reports in some international media about Mount Agung and the minor erruptions as well as the proposed visitors tax, which has not been approved our destination of Bali remainds in the spotlight and welcoming visitors.
The only time Mount Agung becomes an issue for travellers is when the Bali International Airport closes. Most airlines will inform passengers directly and of course if you are in Bali, our Bali Hotels Association Member Hotel and Resorts will keep their guests informed.
As of today, 22 January, there is no airport tax in place and Bali Hotels Association will keep our visitors to the site as well as members updated of any changes.