Canggu Koke, Sandiaga Uno: There have been reports since 1.5 years ago

Canggu Koke, Sandiaga Uno: There have been reports since 1.5 years ago

A petition entitled ‘Elimination of Noise Pollution in Change‘ on initiated by P Dian, 7,412 people have signed as of Tuesday (13/9/2022) at 12.30 WIB.

The petition attracted public attention because it explained the recent situation in Canggu, Badung Regency, Bali. The plaintiff said that the sleep of the residents of Canggu was disturbed by the noise of bars and clubs that could be heard until four o’clock in the morning.

Not only that, but Change the complaint P Dian also explained how a bar or club is built near a sacred and holy temple like Pura Kahyangan. Then, he mentioned the behavior of foreign or Caucasian tourists who caused trouble because they were drunk after returning from a party at a bar or club in Canggu.

He also argued that some bars standing in this area of ​​the coast are also causing environmental problems, because they are close to the sea. He added that the rest of the waste from the party at the beach club was scattered in the sea to pollute the sea.

Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy (Menparekraf), Sandiaga Uno, participated in the response to the complaint about Canggu. The man, known only as Sandi, admitted that he had received reports of noise from some hoteliers in Indonesia. Changeeven since 1.5 years ago.

At that time, the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy sent a team to solve the problem. However, it can only be planned for a short time because the tourist activities are not crowded and there are not many tourist visits.

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Weather in Canggu, Bali.Weather in Canggu, Bali. (Photo: CNN Indonesia)

“But now, with 10,000 visits per day, which caused not only congestion, until four o’clock in the morning, I was given a report,” said Sandi in a statement. weekly press conferenceMonday (12/9/2022).

Sandi estimates that these problems are the influence of Canggu, which has become a digital nomadic place, but it is not well organized. The former deputy governor of DKI Jakarta reminded the local officials to implement the existing laws and ensure that local wisdom and Balinese culture are preserved undisturbed.

He added that businesses in Canggu must follow the necessary rules to maintain balance between nature, people and culture in Bali.

“We will visit this week to Bali, especially to discuss with those who committed this crime, how to overcome this situation and ask local officials to help ensure that Canggu becomes a digital nomad. (the resident),” he said.


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