How a $300m development will change the face of Bali’s tourist strip

A $300 million project to transform a former military barracks into a hotel and shopping centre has been given the go-ahead.

The Government’s Planning Department approved the $300-million plan to create a world-class destination for travellers.

The Bali Hotel project is part of the $1.2 billion project to upgrade the former military base at Bali Airport, which was abandoned in 2006.

It is part the $800-million project to convert the Bali-Bangkok International Airport into a new regional hub and is expected to create 20,000 jobs.

The project will be a boon for tourists and the local community, as the former barracks has been a popular tourist destination for many years.

It was the location of a US military base during World War II, but was subsequently closed in 2003 and has been used for business and tourism since then.

The redevelopment will also include the construction of a new hotel, shops and restaurants.

The proposed development is expected be complete in 2022.

The airport project will cost a total of $1 billion.

It will include the rehabilitation of Bami Airport, the creation of a hotel, retail, restaurants and a conference centre.