Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Residents and tourists who are in Kuta banned to set off fireworks and firecrackers for New Year celebrations

Board traditional village of Kuta, residents and tourists banned to set off fireworks and firecrackers in the Kuta area. Some tourists who were in Kuta Beach appreciate the decisions were made by the board traditional village of Kuta, which prohibit off firecrackers and fireworks on New Year's Eve. The ban is enforced primarily in residential areas and specific locations.

The ban is in appreciation of the good by the hotel manager and entertainment places in Kuta. Last year many tourists who stay at the hotel was disturbed by the sound of firecrackers and fireworks. Even some tourists feel scared and traumatized by the sound of firecrackers and fireworks. For these voices remind them with tragedy the bombing in Kuta.

At the time of the celebration of Christmas and New Year, there will be many tourists who need a tour guide to take to the various tourist attractions in Bali. To that end, must provide satisfactory services. Prohibition set off firecrackers, will help tourists get a better holiday atmosphere in Kuta. Many workers in the field of tourism industry hopes the ban firecrackers and fireworks throughout the region enacted in Bali.

There are three things that must be adhered to in the traditional village of Kuta related to the ban. In addition to a ban on selling and set off firecrackers in the traditional village of Kuta, there is also a ban ignite and launch fireworks in the street, dense residential occupants, and places that are a risk to the security of citizens and tourists.

Traditional Village Board directs the fireworks on New Year's Eve in specific zones in Kuta Beach starting at 10:00 pm until 2:00 am. Ban on firecrackers and fireworks have been in pairs almost throughout the region. Banner that reads the ban contains three prohibitions, namely:
1. Prohibit anyone selling firecrackers and fireworks region Kuta Village People.
2. Prohibit anyone off firecrackers and fireworks in the street, in dense residential occupants, and in places people at risk for keselaman.
3. Firecrackers and fireworks should only be lit at the places specified starting at 10:00 pm until 2:00 am.