An official from the central government has confirmed that Bali has received over 1,600 foreign visitors since early February 2022.
The Maritime and Investment Ministry coordinator, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, confirmed that Bali had received over 1,600 international travelers since Bali Ngurah Rai Airport reopened on February 4.
“Since we decided to reopen Bali Airport to international flights, the island has received around 1,600 visitors as of Saturday (26/2),” Luhut said on Sunday (27/2).
Half of them decided to stay in the appointed bubble quarantine hotels, which allow visitors to engage in outdoor activities while undergoing mandatory quarantine.
“Most travelers who visited the island were from America, France, Netherlands, Australia, and Russia. Half of them stayed in bubble quarantine hotels which cost around USD $210 (IDR 3 million) a night,” Luhut added.
Meanwhile, the Vice Governor of Bali, Tjokorda Oka Artha Ardhana Sukawat, confirmed that 65 quarantine facilities were appointed for the foreign travelers in Bali, and 27 of them are the bubble quarantine hotels.
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