Popular travel destination begs influencers to behave

Bali has hosted all sorts of poorly behaved tourists and influencers during the pandemic. Now the island seems to have had enough. since stricter rules were put in place because of the pandemic, tourists have generally failed to comply with new protocols. KOMPAS, an Indonesian news outlet, reported that there have been 346 tourists caught for violating rules, . 60 of which ended up being deported from the island. Tourists are charged $70 for not obeying the rules — 10 times more than locals — because officials say “they are more likely to misbehave”. Even as influencers are causing trouble for Bali, the local economy still relies heavily on tourism. In 2020, the island’s economy dropped 9.3 percent

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