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Bali Studying Tourist Train Network

Category: Tourism, Posted:04 Jan 2011 | 06:00 am

According to BaliDiscovery.com Indonesian media are reporting that the Government is studying an island-wide tourist train network.
The country's Ministry of Transportation is working with the Japanese Government in patterning a system of slow tourist trains after those already operating in Japan.
A joint workforce has completed preliminary feasibility and a signed MoU executed between the two parties.
Bali has found itself in similar circumstances as Phuket with surging hotel, development and tourism projects and inadequate transportation infrastructure. Traffic gridlock and pollution concerns are fueling the call to action.

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