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Promotion For The Australian Market In Bali Has Begun As Travel Restrictions Begin To Lift

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Bali officials have begun to promote Bali tourism for the Australian market as travel restrictions will be revoked in November 2021.

After recently announcing that the Australian authorities will start allowing their citizens to travel abroad including to Bali in November 2021 like The Bali Sun previously shared, Officials from the Badung Regional Tourism Promotion Agency, I Gusti Agung Rai Suryawijaya responded to this policy by starting to promote Bali tourism for potential Australian travelers.

“When the authorities from the Australian Embassy announced that they will revoke their travel restrictions by November 1st, 2021, several journalists from Australian media came to me and asked about the current situation, including our travel bubble program in Bali,” Suryawijaya said on Friday (22/10). He also appreciated the Aussie government’s decision to revoke this policy faster than their previous plan.

“They previously planned to reopen their border in 2022, but we’re so thankful that they did it in advance as Australia had been the biggest market for Bali tourism prior to the Covid-19 pandemic,” Suryawijaya added. In all his promotion about Bali tourism, Suryawijaya also ensures that Bali has been preparing with multiple procedures such as Covid-19 vaccine distribution and prevention protocols that create a better and safer environment for visitors before the border had recently reopened.

“We really hope that Australian visitors will start coming despite all of our entry requirements.” Suryawijaya concluded.

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Thursday 28th of October 2021

Aussies should be happy to know that the US CDC has put Indonesia on level 1 for low level of covid- 19. Despite the ranting and raving of so many out there, travel while fully vacccinated to Indonesia.

Mike A

Thursday 28th of October 2021

The Bali Government should be ashamed of itself; it will never recover economically if it keeps these draconian processes in place. They need to remove all mandates and quarantines ASAP.

The following foreign nationals will get vaccinated in Indonesia provided that these individuals have not gotten a COVID-19 vaccine in their respective country:

1. Children aged 12 – 17 years old. 2. Diplomatic/service/official stay permit holders; 3. KITAS and KITAP holders. ​ The above foreign nationals will get their first COVID-19 shot at their quarantine hotel provided that their second COVID-19/PCR test resulted negative.


Wednesday 27th of October 2021

I won't be coming to bail only in the airport change planes visa cost and locked up. No way Thailand is better


Tuesday 2nd of November 2021

@Pedro, Thailand...sure it is. NOT.

Nigel Apperley

Wednesday 27th of October 2021

As has been stated, NO ONE will come if:- *Conditions are tedious, unknown, change frequently and indecipherable *Any length of time to be spent isolated

Maureen Muntz

Tuesday 26th of October 2021

And more peaple wont come to meny rules to get visa and cost to much money , no qarantine its bad for bali