Bali reopens to tourists in October
(MENAFN- Bangladesh Monitor) Indonesia’s scenic island of Bali reopens to international tourism in October after months of closure due to the coronavirus scourge. Indonesia’s tourism minister made the announcement after several plans to reopen the popular tourist destination failed to gain traction. The central government has said that the pandemic-stricken Bali will be ready to receive international tourists, backpackers and adventurers.
After a meeting at the Bali Tourism Polytechnic on September 24, Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Uno announced that the central government plans to reopen the international travel corridor in October.
The plan to reopen the border was launched after receiving reports from Bali’s Deputy Governor Cok Ace about recent Covid-19 transmissions in Bali which have declined significantly and have been properly addressed. “After being informed that Bali is properly handling Covid-19 transmissions, Luhut immediately asked us to prepare reopening procedures by October 2021.” Sandiaga added.
While no specific details were provided on which countries would be welcome in Bali and the exact date of the reopening, several reports have indicated that the island will only be open to vaccinated tourists and will require testing. Entrance.
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