Fireworks Banned for New Year’s

Police have issued a reminder that fireworks larger than two inches (5cm) require a special permit. The statement came from the national police and was also issued in previous New Year’s. Authorities say they’ll be monitoring vendors who sell fireworks, but if you’ve seen Bali during New Year’s celebrations in the past, you’ll know that you’ll want to look to the sky when the clock strike midnight. Please have a safe New Year’s from all of us at The Beat.


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