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Tourists relax as they are surrounded by rubbish washed ashore on Bali’s Kuta beach 

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Tourists relax as they are surrounded by rubbish washed ashore on Bali’s Kuta beach 

Paradise lost: Bali’s Kuta beach strewn with rubbish and washed-up debris as tourists try to find a space to squeeze in

  • A holiday hotspot in Bali has been swamped by piles of rubbish and debris
  • Shocking images have emerged this week of Kuta transformed from paradise
  • Bikini-clad tourists were making the most of their holiday, lazing among trash

By Kelsey Wilkie For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 00:55 BST, 16 February 2019 | Updated: 05:03 BST, 16 February 2019

A tide of trash has washed ashore on a tourist hotspot in Indonesia, transforming the picturesque beach into a wasteland.

Kuta, on Bali’s south coast, is usually flooded with holidaymakers taking in the party atmosphere but new shocking imaged have emerged showing the previously pristine beach covered in garbage and driftwood.

Bikini-clad tourists can still been seen relaxing near the shore despite being surrounded by mountains of debris. 

A tide of trash has washed ashore on a tourist hotspot in Bali, transforming the picturesque beach into more of a disaster zone

Kuta, on Bali’s south coast, tends to be swamped by holidaymakers taking in the party atmosphere

However, shocking images have emerged this week showing the beach teeming with rubbish instead

Pockets of golden sand have managed to peek through the flooded shoreline that has been inundated by driftwood and refuse.

Plastic bags, discarded cups and straws were among the rubbish brought up by swirling currents.

Rubbish has increasingly become a problem at the tourist hotspot with officials starting to send out hundreds of cleaners and trucks to remove the debris.

Pockets of golden sand have managed to peak through the flooded shoreline that has been covered in piles of driftwood

Plastic bags, discarded cups and straws were also hidden amongst the rubbish brought up by swirling currents

Bali’s rubbish problem is at its worst from December to March with seasonal winds and heavy rain forcing the rubbish to accumulate on the beach.

The annual monsoon season tends to make Bali’s rubbish problem far worse, Putu Eka Merthawan from the local environment agency told news.com.au.

Indonesia is among the worst contributors to plastic pollution, with 200,000 tonnes of plastic washing into the ocean, according to a study published by the journal Nature Communications in 2017. 

Bali holiday hotspot, Kuta, (pictured) which is loved by Australian tourists, has been turned into a wasteland strewn with rubbish

Bali’s rubbish problem is at its worst from December to March with season winds and heavy rain forcing the rubbish to the sand

Indonesia is among the worst contributors to plastic pollution, with 200,000 tonnes of plastic washing into the ocean, according to a study published by the journal Nature Communications in 2017

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