Bali has a direct impact on the tourism aspect. Ngurah Rai Airport was temporarily closed due to the eruption. Head of Information and Public Relations Data Center of National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB), Sutopo Purwo Nugroho appealed to not do any activity in Disaster Prone Area (KRB), and all areas within a radius of 8-10 kilometers from the crater of Mount Agung.
Not a few foreign tourists who remain in Bali perpetuate the rare moments of eruption. Some tourists share the panoramic moment of Mount Agung eruption through social media such as Twitter and Instagram. Most of the tourists capture the moment from a safe location and away from the location of Mount Agung.
“Admiring the work of the Divine Foreign tourists see the eruption of Mount Agung from Amed There is no panic because it understands volcanic information well and is in a safe place The dangerous area in Bali is only 8-10 km from the top of the crater #BaliTetapAman” Sutopo Purwo Nugroho wrote in his Twitter account, in the background of Bali tourist photos.
1. Photo together, do not forget to use mask.