Thais advised to check flights to Bali after Mount Agung eruption
The Thai Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia, has advised Thai people who plan to travel to Bali to check information on flights to the resort island before departure.
The advisory was issued after Mount Agung volcano erupted on Monday (July 2), spewing ash and smoke, and an earthquake measuring 5 on the Richter scale shook Bali on Tuesday morning.
However, the Ngurah Rai international airport in Bali stays open as usual.
In this situation, the Thai Embassy in Jakarta advises Thai people to check information on flights to and from Bali on websites https://bali-airport.com/en and https://twitter.com/baliairports.
They can also contact the honorary consulate in Denpasar with emergency number +62 812 3825542 and the Thai embassy in Jakarta number +62 811 186253 for information around the clock.