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Bali Restrictions Will Remain At Lowest Level For Another Month

Bali and Java will remain on national Covid-19 restriction level one for the next 30-days. This means no change to the current restrictions for travelers and local people. The news that restriction remain at the lowest level is another positive sign that the country is moving in the right direction. The Director General of Home …

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After 2-Years Away Regular China Airlines Flight Services Resumes To Bali

Bali’s I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport is welcoming the return of China Airlines to the tarmac this week. As Indonesia’s second busiest airport, and the country’s top tourism destination, resuming direct connections with Taiwan will be a relief for vast swathes of the tourism sector. The General Manager of PT Angkasa Pura I, I …

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Increase In Bali Covid Cases Blamed On Foreigners Not Wearing Masks

Bali’s Covid-19 Task Force has announced a slight increase in positive cases in Bali over the course of this week. Speaking to local news outlets the Covid-19 Task Force announced that in the last three days, since Tuesday 21st June, there as been over 100 confirmed new cases of Covid-19 in the Canggu area.  The …

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Ministers Debate Bali’s Status As Tourism Capital Of Indonesia

The debate as to whether Bali is considered the tourism capital of Indonesia has continued this week as the Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, Sandiaga Uno, addressed the country about his tourism targets and vision for the sector’s economic recovery.  Indonesia’s Minister of Home Affairs, Tito Karnavian, has made a statement of support for …

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Bali Tourism Director Says Island’s Recovery Is Being Limited By Flight Availability

As the number of international arrivals in Bali steadily increases, the tourism sector is keeping a close eye on every last detail of the island’s recovery to ensure that the industry bounces back efficiently. Speaking at a press conference held by Indonesia’s Minster Tourism and Creative Economies on Monday, the director of Bali tourism also …

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Bali Tourism Minister Sets Target Of 1.5 Million International Visitors In 2022

Indonesia’s Minister for Tourism and Creative Economies, Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno, has announced tourism targets for the second half of 2022. Minister Uno is committed to ensuring that Bali’s tourism economy bounces back as soon as possible by utilizing entrepreneurial spirit and streamlining promotional budgets.  Speaking at a press conference on Monday 20th June, Minister Uno …

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First Virgin Australia Flight Lands In Bali After 2 Years Away

One of Australia’s leading airlines, Virgin Australia has returned to the runway at Bali’s International Ngurah Rai Airport this week after two years away. The relaunch of the airline’s Australia to Bali routes has been a long time coming and brings a wave of relief for the tourism sector on the island. Australians make up …

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Bali Tourism Industry Relieved As New Zealand Scraps PCR Tests

New Zealand has been regarded as having one of the toughest and most uncompromising approaches to handling the Covid-19 pandemic. As the country’s strategy has proven successful and international borders around the world open up again, New Zealand has finally scrapped the pre-flight PCR test for vaccinated travelers. This comes as huge news for the …

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Bali Health Office Advises Local Hotels To Keep 20% Capacity For Covid Isolation

A new variant of Covid-19 in Bali has become a cause for concern for many communities across the island. On Friday 10th June Bali’s Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin announced the detection of four cases of Covid-19 Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 in Bali in late May. Although Minister Sadikin confirmed that the presence of the …

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Official Clarifies Statement On New Covid Variant In Bali And Encourages Vaccinations

On Friday 10th June 2022, Bali’s Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin held a press conference to announce the news that there was a new variant of Covid-19 spreading in Bali. He said that four cases of Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 were detected in Bali for the first time in May.  He told the public ‘the …

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Australian Experts Consider Banning Travel To Bali Over Foot And Mouth Disease In Indonesia

Although Australian travelers have only been allowed to return to Bali since February, experts in Australia are now questioning whether they need to implement a new travel ban due to the tropical paradise. Indonesia is experiencing an outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease. The viral disease is sweeping through livestock cattle in Java and Sumatra …

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Bali Governor Announces No Compromise Strategy For Tourism Recovery

Speaking at a press conference on Tuesday 31st May, Bali Governor Wayan Koster announced his new 15-point plan to support the recovery of Bali’s tourism sector. The Governor’s vision is to see a series of standards delivered in all sub-sectors of the tourism industry in all corners of the island. He began by saying that …

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