Now a administrator of Bali, Made Mangku Pastika, has pleaded with countries, including Australia, to lift their transport warnings relating to a Bali volcano after 70,000 tourists cancelled their Oct plans.
The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) released a transport warning for Bali, fearing a volcano would erupt.
DFAT said: “The Australian Government is monitoring reports of volcanic activity during Mount Agung in Indonesia. Australians in a area should guard internal media and follow a instructions of internal authorities.”
Indonesia is a renouned transport end for Australians, with about 1.2 million visiting a nation in 2016.