The Bali Provincial Government has introduced a new tourist levy of IDR 150,000 per person to foreign tourists entering Bali. The tourist levy is separate from the e-Visa on Arrival or the Visa on Arrival. Cashless payments can be made online prior to travel or on arrival at designated payment counters at Bali's airport and seaport. See the Bali Provincial Government's official website for further information (see link in 'Travel' section).
If you're going overseas, travel insurance is as important as a passport. If you can't afford travel insurance, you can't afford to travel. Read our advice, and download the CHOICE travel insurance guide before you go.
Lunar New Year is one of the most significant celebrations for East and Southeast Asian cultures. If you're travelling to or through a destination that celebrates the festival, do your research and know what to expect.
There are protests by farmers taking place across Spain, including in Malaga, Logroño and Valladolid. Protests may also be held in Barcelona and Madrid. Some national roads have been blocked and traffic has been delayed. Avoid demonstrations,…