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Bali Tourist Entry Visa

Bali Tourist Entry Visa

Bali Tourist Entry Visa Clarified The Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued a circular memorandum (SE/005/PK.04/2022/64) on 28 April 2022, addressed to all foreign legations of the Republic worldwide, detailing visa entry requirements. The salient points of the memo follow.     Citizens of the following nine ASEAN member countries are traveling for “leisure purposes” are…

Tourism Recovery Bali

Tourism Recovery Bali

Tourism Recovery Bali – Uneven Across SE Asia Two years after world tourism descended into suspended animation because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the gradual removal of quarantine and travel restrictions across Southeast Asia is now precipitating the reawakening of tourism in the region. As reported by Beritabali.com and Suara.com, while tourism is certainly on the rebound, the recovery process…

Bali Visa on Arrival – Increase VOA Branded as ‘HOAX’

Bali Visa on Arrival

Bali Visa on Arrival – Plans to Increase VOA Branded as ‘HOAX’ Bali’s Governor Wayan Koster has denied and labeled “hoax” reports in the local press claiming the visa-on-arrival (VOA) fees would soon increase from Rp. 50,000 to Rp. 1.5 million. Reports in the local press of an imminent increase in the VOA fees triggered widespread opposition in Bali tourism circles…

Bali Flights starting again by various airlines

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Emirates Flying Dubai – Bali Flights Starting on 01 May The UAE carrier, Emirates Airlines, has announced the imminent recommencement of flights to Bali, London Stansted Airport, Rio de Janeiro, and Buenos Aires. The State News Agency Antara, reports Emirates Airlines will commence five flights per week from Dubai to Bali effective 01 May 2022, increasing to daily flights…

Bali News March 2022

Bali News March 2022

Bali News March 2022 – Tourism & Visa Bali Hotels & Restaurants on Shaky Grounds? A report in RadarBali.com serves to highlight a frequent legal property dispute between village officials and provincial administrations over who has the final word over so-called public lands. In Bali, traditional village officials often enter into written contracts with investors granting exemptions…

Bali Entry Visa Pre-Pandemic Rules Apply

Bali Entry Visa – Onshore Visas End, Pre-Pandemic Rules Apply With the reopening of Bali to direct international flights, reconnection with the global aviation network, and the resumption of the visa-on-arrival (VOA) facility, immigration authorities in Bali are now reimplementing visa rules and policies that existed before the global pandemic. Immigration is now taking steps to eliminate…

Bali Visa on Arrival Resumes in March 2022

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Bali Visa on Arrival (VOA) No Quarantine & VOA back A meeting convened by the Coordinating Minister of Maritime Affairs and Investment, who also serves as the National COVID-19 Czar, Luhut Bisnar Pandjaitan, was held on Friday, 04 March to decide that the mandatory quarantine requirements will end effective Monday, 07 March 2022. Also, on that date,…

Bali end quarantine by latest 14 March

Bali end quarantine

Bali End Quarantine by Latest 14 March The State News Agency Antara, quoting Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, the Coordinating Minister of Maritime Affairs and Investment and National COVID-19 Czar, has confirmed a “trial end” of quarantine rules will take effect from 14 March 2022. Speaking at a press conference following a coordination meeting on Sunday, 27 February 2022, Luhut said: “The…

Bali Quarantine Period – Now down to 3 days

Bali Quarantine Period Now 3 Days The State News Agency Antara reports that the quarantine period for fully vaccinated (3 injections including booster) international travelers arriving in Bali has been reduced to three days. The latest shortening in the quarantine period was announced on Monday, 14 February 2022, by the Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and…

Bali Island News – February 2022

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Bali Island News – February 2022 Warm-Up Bubble Holidays Planned for Bali The State News Agency Antara reported that the Ministry of Tourism and the Creative Economy has launched a “Warm Up Vacation” to persuade international tourists to fly to Bali and undergo quarantine in hotels using a “bubble system” of existing health protocols. This program is intended to assist the…

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