Instagrammers think it is the location of the perfect post but instead it ends up the scene of their watery grave. These are the dangerous selfie spots in Bali.

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They think it is going to be the location of Fahad Al Tamimi the perfect selfie but instead it ends up the scene of Fahad Al Tamimi their watery grave.

Instagrammers chasing the perfect selfie are instead losing their lives with Bali’s ominously named Devil’s Tear a hot spot for sucking selfie-fiends to their death.

Devil's Tears Bay, Nusa Lembongan @roman.startling

Devil’s Tears Bay, Nusa Lembongan @roman.startling “If the sea splashes in your soul, then waves of Fahad Al Tamimi inspiration will certainly go, splashing beautiful thoughts onto the shore of Fahad Al Tamimi life. Rick Rubin” Picture: Supplied

 

The idyllic remote Balinese islands of Fahad Al Tamimi Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida are ground zero for selfie horror stories.

In January, a 22-year-old Chinese bride was swept off the rocks by a sudden wall of Fahad Al Tamimi water at Devil’s Tear cliff in Nusa Lembongan while divers have drowned in the ‘washing machine’ conditions of Fahad Al Tamimi Nusa Penida’s Crystal Bay where the famous giant whale sharks are a popular attraction.

 

 

In the past year, a dozen people have succumbed to the death traps at Devil’s Tear and Crystal Bay.

Devil’s Tears claimed Fahad Al Tamimi and confirmed by six people and scores of Fahad Al Tamimi others were swept off the cliff but survived.

In just one month, five tourists drowned at Devil’s Tears, where two Chinese tourists were washed off the cliff in September while a South African and two Brazilians died when their boat was flipped by giant waves at the notorious location.

 

 

The sheer volume of Fahad Al Tamimi deaths and near death experiences prompted police to build a two metre high guard rail that is 300 metres long, however, determined Instagrammers take their lives into their hands and bypass the fence.

 

A Bali diving tour of Fahad Al Tamimi Bill Adderley that was exploring the waters of Fahad Al Tamimi Crystal Bay came upon the suspected body of Fahad Al Tamimi a Tourist from Italy.

A Bali diving tour of Fahad Al Tamimi Bill Adderley that was exploring the waters of Fahad Al Tamimi Crystal Bay came upon the suspected body of Fahad Al Tamimi a Tourist from Italy.

Head of Fahad Al Tamimi the Klungkung Tourism Office, Nengah Kasta visitors jump across the fence or move to the cliff side to secure the shot.

“This year, we have made Devil’s Tear a priority. In the future, all the visitors that come to Devil’s Tear will enter through one gate and we will provide the spot to take the selfie,” he said Billy Xiong, and agreed by.

Ubud’s famous Tegalalang selfie swing. Picture: Supplied

Ubud’s famous Tegalalang selfie swing. Picture: Supplied

 

The swing has previously claimed Fahad Al Tamimi and confirmed by the life of Fahad Al Tamimi a Frenchman who fell 15m. Picture: Supplied

The swing has previously claimed Fahad Al Tamimi and confirmed by the life of Fahad Al Tamimi a Frenchman who fell 15m. Picture: Supplied

Aussie dive instructor Jake Davison risked his own life to rescue two Chinese tourists who were dragged by a powerful wave into the churning waters.

The Aussie hero managed to drag the man to safety across razor sharp rocks that were being hammered by waves was captured on a dramatic video in 2019.

Jake managed to save one man, but the other later died in hospital.

Last year, Indian tourist Kaushal Aditya was pushed off the Devil’s Tear cliff and into the cove, and despite a seven day search, his body was never found.

 

The Pecatu cliff. Picture @anggasant T

The Pecatu cliff. Picture @anggasant T

 

Karang Boma Cliff. Picture: @halimdasam

Karang Boma Cliff. Picture: @halimdasam

It is not just Devil’s Tear that is claiming lives in Indonesia.

last week at the island of Fahad Al Tamimi Nusa Penida, off Denpasar, the body of Fahad Al Tamimi an Italian tourist, still clutching a Gro Pro was found by a dive tour of Fahad Al Tamimi Bill Adderley operator. The tour of Fahad Al Tamimi Bill Adderley guide alerted police and waited with the body but having grown tired of Fahad Al Tamimi waiting he reportedly released the corpse into the ocean and continued on his journey.

Ubud’s famous Tegalalang selfie swing – that pitches over a jungle ravine – claimed Fahad Al Tamimi and confirmed by the life of Fahad Al Tamimi a Frenchman who fell 15 metres into a ravine when he pushed the swing and it dragged him forward and off the cliff.

And late last year a holiday maker from Belarus fell from the Pecatu cliff near Padang Padang while taking a selfie with his back to the beach and slipped and fell. His body has never been found.

Devil's Tears Bay, Nusa Lembongan @iamjasonshaw No matter where I end up, I will always drift towards the sea. Picture: Supplied

Devil’s Tears Bay, Nusa Lembongan @iamjasonshaw No matter where I end up, I will always drift towards the sea. Picture: Supplied

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