(24 November 2002) International travel advisories for Bali continue to "soften" with each passing week following the terrorist attack on a Kuta-Legian night spot last October 12th.
As reported in Bali Update #322 on November 18, 2002, the Royal Netherlands' government has lifted their travel warning for Indonesia. Meanwhile Japan, following an inspection visit by their tourism officials, reduced their warning on Bali travel.
Similarly, Australia has made their travel warning less Bali specific; now only cautioning their nationals from undertaking non-essential travel in Indonesia. New Zealand and Italy, while still urging their citizend to take caution, have also lowered the intensity of their travel warnings for Bali.
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