There has been plenty of talk and confusion on Bali reopening to tourism. Here is everything you need to know about when and how Bali will open to tourists.
First things first.
When will Bali open their borders to international tourists?
There is no official date that has been announced by the Indonesian or Bali governments. Speculation has ranged between June and October.
However, here are the two official statements made by two government sources:
“If the infection curve continued to improve, the tourism ministry is looking to revitalize destinations and do promotional work for some parts of the country, including Bali, between June and October,” Ni Wayan Giri Adnyani, secretary of the ministry, said in the statement.
I Gusti Agung Ngurah Rai Suryawijaya, an official from the Bali Government
Is Bali open for domestic tourism?
Bali’s deputy governor Tjokorda Oka Arta Ardhana said the province planned to establish “tourism clusters”, which would be exclusive tourist zones in which high-level health protocols would be implemented, so that tourists could be welcomed back without the risk of spreading COVID-19 to locals.