Sunday, September 24, 2017

Travel advisory for Indian nationals travelling to Bali

Bali: The Indonesian authorities have raised the alert level to IV for a Bali volcano Mount Agung amid fears that it could erupt at any time as the tremors recorded has increased due to continued volcanic and seismic activity in and around the mountain. MEA has issued a travel advisory for Indian nationals travelling to Bali to "keep abreast with the latest situation through their airlines and tour operators before finalizing their plans. Non-essential travel should be deferred till the alert level is lowered."
"For those already in Bali, it would be safer to avoid travelling to north and east Bali. Please keep in touch with your Hotel and tour operators," Consulate General of India, Bali, said in a statement.
"In case of emergency and distress, please contact the Consulate General of India, Bali at +628113976388 or +628113867270 or tweet @cgibali", the statement added.
24/09/17 ANI/
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