The central government has announced that Bali airport’s visa on arrival program will be resumed for another 19 different countries.
The Tourism Minister, Sandiaga Salahudin Uno, confirmed that the central government would resume the visa on arrival program to international travelers from 42 select countries by Tuesday (22/3).
“In accordance with the President’s instruction, the VoA program and zero quarantine policy will be resumed for another 19 different countries. We plan to publish the decree by tomorrow,” Sandiaga said on Monday (21/3).
The government previously resumed the visa on arrival program and zero quarantine policy for 23 nations. They will now add 19 more, namely South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Finland, Denmark, China, Taiwan, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, Seychelles, India, Mexico, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Hungary, Poland, Tunisia, and Norway.
Sandiaga aims for 3.6 million international visitors in 2022.
“We’re optimistic that we can reach more than 3.6 million visitors this year. The central government also plans to resume the VoA program in Soakerno-Hatta Airport in Jakarta and Juanda Airport in Surabaya,” Sandiaga concluded.
All these revised travel requirements were initiated after observing the massive drop in Covid-19 transmission even after the reopening of the international terminal of Bali Airport in February.
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