This year has been tough and Aussies will be wanting to get away to their favourite destinations as soon as they can.. but Bali may have plans to make your trip VERY different.

A proposed ban on alcohol, which first reared its head in 2015, has come back before the House of Representatives and is aimed at people drinking and those caught producing, distributing or storing alcohol in Indonesia.

If approved, people could face between two and ten years in jail.

Twenty-one politicians have brought the bill forward, saying that Muslims must be prohibited from imbibing in alcohol.

The chairman of Bali’s regional legislative council AA Ngurah Adi Ardhana, however, said the proposal was “too superficial.”

 “Bali will definitely reject it. We are a unitary state built on diversity, and the potential economic impact involved is unacceptable.”

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