Bali Considering A Quota System For Entering The Island To Limit The Mass Tourism

The governor of Bali wants to introduce a quota system that would require foreign visitors who want to travel to the region to register for their trip a year in advance.

The governor of Bali, Wayan Koster, has expressed dissatisfaction with the increasing number of international visitors to the island who disobey the law and show no respect for local customs.

“We will no longer welcome mass tourism. We will restrict tourist numbers by implementing a quota system. If there is a quota, then people will have to queue. Those who want to come next year, can sign up from now. That’s the system we want to apply,” Koster

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