Mei 2020

Jual Majalah BALI PLUS Mei 2020

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Tanggal rilis: 08 May 2020.

Om swastiastu. Welcome to our May issue!

May is one of the best months to be in Bali. The rainy season is over, there is

plenty of sunshine and it is slightly less humid. The average temperature in Bali

is 28°C (23°C - 33°C) and the ocean also remains about 28°C. May to early

June is typically a great time for hotel deals, with fewer tourists on the island.

With the world still in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Bali continues

to be in semi-lockdown. Though no large-scale social restrictions are

currently in place here on the island and official confirmed cases of Covid-19

remain fairly low, we must continue to exercise vigilance and caution to stay

healthy in our communities. The Indonesian government has banned the

traditional annual exodus around the major Muslim holidays. Health experts

have warned that allowing millions of people in the world’s biggest Muslimmajority

country to travel back to their hometowns and villages could hasten

the spread of Covid-19. A ban on air and sea travel domestically until June 1

has been implemented to help mitigate this.

For those that are lucky enough to be in Bali right now, there are many

great deals on hotels. Hotels and restaurants that are open are implementing

stricter standards of hygiene as well as exercising caution to limit interaction

between guests and staff. Some restaurants are slowly opening while others

have transitioned to takeaway and delivery only.

Check out our Hot Deals section for great deals on stays at the Anantara Seminyak,

the Westin Ubud, Ayodya Resort, Trans Resort and Hyatt Regency Bali.

In our Don’t Miss section, you can read about Tumpek Kandang, a day the

Balinese celebrate the animals that help with their livelihoods. This day also

reminds us to respect nature and be grateful for the blessings that it provides.

Also in May, followers of Buddhism and Islam, two of the six officially

recognized religions in Indonesia celebrate their respective major holidays of

Waisak (May 7) and Idul Fitri (May 24/25).

May is a great month to be outdoors with some of the driest weather all year.

We hope that the government will soon consider loosening some restrictions

on outdoor activities that still allow people to maintain safe levels of physical

distancing. Hopefully beaches will be open again soon so that people can

stay healthy via surfing, swimming, jogging and just admiring the views while

breathing in that ocean air.

If you’ve had a wonderful time here in Bali, or have tried something exciting

and new that you would like us to know about, contact us! We always love

to hear from you. Reach us on Facebook (Baliplus Magazine) and Instagram

(@baliplus). Tag us or send us messages with your favourite Bali photos and

stories and we might just share it on our feed. Meanwhile, don’t forget to

subscribe to our newsletter via our website ( where you’ll

find the latest updates, articles and blogs to help you on your visit.

Bahasa : English
Negara : Indonesia
Penerbit : Trijaya Dewata
Jumlah halaman : 96
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