As per Indonesian tourism minister, Bali would reopen to international tourism from the month of October.

Although Bali previously delayed several plans to reopen, the central government has said that Bali is now ready to receive international tourists.

Tourism and Creative Economic Minister Sandiaga Uno, after attending a meeting at the Bali Tourism Polytechnic on 24 September, announced that the central government was ready to reopen the international travel corridor in October. Several government officials attended the meeting to analyze the preparedness regarding the reopening of the border to international visitors.

The minister further said that they have discussed the program of reopening their border for international travellers. Earlier, Maritime and Investment Coordinating Minister Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan said the country had managed to emerge from the peak of the second COVID wave, and would consider reopening borders from October if cases subside later.

The plan to reopen the borders has been carried out after receiving reports from Bali's Vice Governor Kok Aceh about the recent COVID-19 transmissions in Bali, which have been significantly reduced and are being managed properly.

No specifics have yet been given about the exact date the borders will be reopened; It is also unclear which countries will be welcomed in Bali.


Follow us for latest travel updates on FacebookTelegramLinkedIn and Twitter

Also Read: Indian Passport Holders Can Visit These Countries On Tourist Visa; Check Full List

Post a Comment

Please do not enter any spam link in the comment box

Previous Post Next Post