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Visit Bali – 19 Nations Now Allowed to Visit Bali

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19 Nations Now Allowed to Visit Bali Effective 14 October 2021, Indonesia that the Indonesian gateways of Bali and the Riau Islands are open to international visitors from a total of 19 countries. The 19 nationals of the following 19 countries are now welcome to visit Indonesia providing they hold a valid visa, have undergone RT-PCR testing…

Bali COVID Quarantine – Hotels and Regulations

Bali COVID Quarantine – Hotels and Regulations President Joko Widodo has issued cautionary comments on the eve of plans to reopen Bali’s borders to tourists from an initial five countries on 14 October 2021. As reported by RadarBali.com, President Widodo, speaking before a Leadership Communication Forum in Bali, advised that many aspects of Bali’s reopening were under active…

Bali Open soon to 18 countries

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Bali Open soon to 18 Countries The States News Agency Antara and detik.travel.com both report that the Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investments, who also serves the National COVID-19 Coordinator, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, has announced that with the reopening of Bali to international travelers, 18 countries are now permitted to operate flights to Indonesia, Minister Luhut did not disclose the…

Bali will reopen October 2021 to overseas tourist

Bali will reopen October 2021 to overseas tourist The Indonesian Tourism Minister has announced Bali will reopening for international tourism in October. After multiple plans have to reopen have been delayed, the central government says it will be ready to receive international tourists. After finishing a meeting that took place at the Bali Tourism Polytechnic…

Tourism Bali Indonesia – Minister Walks Back Backpacker Ban

Tourism Bali Indonesia – Minister Walks Back Backpacker Ban Comments by Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, Indonesia’s Coordinating Minister of Maritime Affairs and Investment that initially threatened Indonesia would actively ban backpacker tourists, have now been walked back. The Indonesian Government is now assuring that “all” foreign tourists would be permitted to visit the Country. As reported on Tuesday, 14 September…

Hotel Sale Indonesia – Indonesians Urged Not to Sell Hotels

Hotel Sale Indonesia – Indonesians Urged Not to Sell Hotels Indonesia’s Minister of Tourism and the Creative Economy, Sandiaga Uno, asks hotel owners in Bali to reconsider the adverse effects of selling their properties. Quoted by NusaBali.com, Sandiaga, speaking at his weekly online press briefing on Monday, 23 August 2021. said: “Let’s not see domestic entrepreneurs suffer because…

Indonesian Domestic Travel – in COVID-19 semi-lockdown

Indonesian Domestic Travel – in COVID-19 semi-lockdown The National Task Force for COVID-19 (Satgas) issued a circular memorandum on Monday, 26 July 2021 (SE Nomor 16 Tahun 2021) that stipulates domestic travel rules in Indonesia during the current pandemic. Kompas.com reports that the circular memorandum was issued to sharpen monitoring, tighten control, and enhance evaluation of the COVID-19 situation to prevent…

Bali Tourism News

Bali Tourism News 2x Vaccination Required to Enter Indonesia Foreigners arriving in Indonesia are now required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Using a vaccination standard that is quickly becoming the norm globally, the Indonesian Government’s COVID-19 Czar, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, has announced the new, stricter requirement for foreign nationals to enter the Republic of Indonesia. Bali Tourism News…

Will Bali Reopen in July 2021 or not?

Will Bali Reopen in July ? A Growing Acceptance of Future Contagion  In Bali, frustration and dismay with the prolonged economic devastation resulting from the current global pandemic have prompted the issuance of a “Moral Declaration” by a group assembled under the banner of “Bali Bangkit” (“Bali Arise!). “Bali Bangkit” represents an historically unprecedented unified coalition including almost…

Bali Tourism Opening – False Promises 2021

Bali Tourism Opening – False Promises 2021 Denpost.com reports that various stakeholders in Bali’s tourism industry are appealing to the Government to stop making empty and false promises regarding the recovery of the Island’s tourism sector. In the view of many tourism players, the Government has been the source of many ideas, strategies, and promised recovery…

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