Bali looks to welcome international visitors in September
Authorities on the Indonesian island of Bali have announced a three-phase reopening of the island’s borders that will see international visitors allowed from September.
The first phase begins from 9th July with businesses allowed to reopen for Bali locals
The second phase will see the island reopened to domestic tourists with all tourism activities, tours and attractions allowed to operate.
The Third Phase, to start from 11th September, will sees Bali officially reopen to international tourists.
The announcement was made by Bali Governor Wayan Koster who signed a new Decree concerning the ‘New Era of Life Order Protocol’ which regulates the reopening of the Bali economy.
3rd April 2020 - Bali faces uncertain future without tourists
17th October 2019 - Bali Summit to address future of Asia’s wellness economy
26th November 2018 - Bali Zoo Introduces a new Elephant Experience
27th September 2018 - Bali looks to ban badly behaved temple tourists
27th February 2018 - Swamped with marine garbage, popular Bali beaches require massive daily clean up
29th September 2017 - Bali tourism dwindles amid fears of Mount Agung eruption
3rd February 2018 - Tourism to generate 2.4 million new jobs in Indonesia
10th October 2016 - Sustainable Tourism Destination Standard for Indonesia achieves GSTC recognition
1st May 2020 - WTTC outlines ‘the new normal’ when travelling resumes
17th April 2020 - WTTC commends global tourism industry for helping during COVID-19
26th November 2018 - UNWTO report shows Thailand leads Asia in incoming international visitor spending
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