Our natural world is currently drowning in plastic waste. Many of our rivers and oceans are swamped in plastic that is choking the life from them. Petroleum-based plastics like PET don’t decompose the same way organic material does, and while plastic bathed in light floating in our oceans can degrade, they only break down into […]
The launch of the Omnia Day Club in Bali marks the next stage of day club developments on the island. Following the lead of Seminyak, we can now soak up the sun’s rays and dine on fresh cuisines at the southern tip of the island on the cliffs of Uluwatu.
With the mighty Mt. Agung volcano covering news and headlines all over the world for nearly three months now, we here at Destination Asia Indonesia wish to provide you with a deeper insight on what is happening from our perspective.
The aviation threat level VONA (Volcanic Observatory for Aviation) was reduced from Red to Orange on the morning of November 29th, with authorities at Bali’s I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport approving operations the same day at 14:28 Central Indonesian Time. The majority of larger international carriers will be operating flights in and out of […]
The National PVMBG Geological Agency is recording increasing volcanic and seismic activity. Overnight a satellite has detected thermal anomalies for the first time in the crater of Mount Agung, which indicates that magma of significant volume is already on the surface.
With over 120 active volcanoes fuming around Indonesia, Gunung Sibayak at 2,212 meters in North Sumatra is one of Indonesia’s most accessible mountains and among the top volcanoes in terms of effort to enjoyment ratio.
Please be advised that today at 17:05 local Central Indonesian Time, a medium-pressure smoke plume in grey color with a maximum height of about 700 meter was observed above the summit of Mt. Agung on the island of Bali.