Badly behaved tourists prompt Bali to consider a mountain-climbing ban

The popular Indonesian island is cracking down on badly behaved tourists.

Bali has proposed a ban on mountain climbing in its latest crackdown on badly behaved tourists.

The Indonesian island is famed for its volcanic peaks and lush rice paddies. But visitors could now be denied access to sunrise hikes on the popular Mount Batur, and 21 other mountains, after a series of disrespectful incidents – typically involving nudity.

Last year, a Russian influencer was deported from the country after posing naked on an ancient sacred tree. In March, another tourist was ousted after a semi-nude photo of him on Mount Agung went viral.

The proposed ban is part of Bali

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