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Stay In Bali Safe?

Bali in general is a safe destination, and few visitors encounter any real problems. However female travelers must take care and avoid carrying handbags or riding motobikes, especially in the Canggu – Seminyak area, in 2016 there have been many reports of female expats, tourists and local girls being pulled from motorbikes (scooters).

Bali was the scene of lethal terrorist bombings in 2002 and 2005, with both waves of attacks targeting nightclubs and restaurants popular among foreign visitors. Security is consequently tight at obvious targets, but it is of course impossible to protect oneself fully against terrorism. If it is any reassurance, the Balinese themselves—who depend on tourism for their livelihood—deplored the bombings and the terrorists behind them for the terrible suffering they have caused on this peaceful island. As a visitor, it is important to put the risk in perspective: the sad fact is that Bali’s roads are, statistically, far more dangerous than even the deadliest bomb. It may still be prudent to avoid high-profile western hang-outs, especially those without security measures. The paranoid or just security-conscious may wish to head out of the tourist enclaves of South Bali to elsewhere on the island. But in general Bali is the safest relaxing place for holiday.

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