Skip to Content

Domestic Tourism

Bali Officials Lift 8 PM Curfew At Gilimanuk Port

Bali officials have decided to lift the 8pm curfew in Gilimanuk Port to welcome more domestic visitors. The General Manager of Indonesia Ferry Ltd for Ketapang Port East Java, Suharto confirmed that Gilimanuk and Ketapang Port is one of the main entrance for domestic travelers to gain access into Bali will be allowed to be …

Read More about Bali Officials Lift 8 PM Curfew At Gilimanuk Port

Indonesian Tourism Minister Prohibits Selfies Without Your Facemask In Bali Tourism Areas

The Indonesian Tourism Minister has banned people from taking selfies without face masks in all tourism areas, including Bali. The Tourism and Creative Economic Minister, Sandiaga Uno stated that despite implementing a strict prevention protocol in the tourism areas during this reopening trial of the tourist attractions for domestic visitors, Covid-19 transmission might still occur …

Read More about Indonesian Tourism Minister Prohibits Selfies Without Your Facemask In Bali Tourism Areas

Domestic Visitors Surge In Bali Since Officials Reduced Covid-19 Testing Costs

 The influx of domestic visitors through the Bali Airport has surged since the cost of Covid-19 tests has recently been reduced.   The Stakeholder Relation Manager of Angkasa Pura I Ltd for Ngurah Rai Airport, Taufan Yudhistira confirmed that the influx of domestic visitors through the Bali Airport has significantly increased since the government reduced the …

Read More about Domestic Visitors Surge In Bali Since Officials Reduced Covid-19 Testing Costs

Bali Has Averaged About 500 Domestic Visitors Per Day During The Partial Lockdown

Officials from the Bali Tourism Agency have confirmed that the number of domestic visitors in Bali has dropped to around 500 visitors per day. The Head of the Bali Tourism Agency, I Putu Astawa said that among the total of 900 people who gained access to the island each day, only less than half of …

Read More about Bali Has Averaged About 500 Domestic Visitors Per Day During The Partial Lockdown

Tourism Minister Predicts An Influx Of Domestic Tourists Once The Partial Lockdown Ends In Bali

The Indonesian Tourism Minister, Sandiaga Uno has predicted an influx in domestic visitors once the partial lockdown has been lifted. During a webinar about the optimism of reviving tourism and creative economic #Diindonesiaaja in Jakarta on Saturday (7/8), Sandiaga stated that based on information from several countries such as the United States, India and Europe, …

Read More about Tourism Minister Predicts An Influx Of Domestic Tourists Once The Partial Lockdown Ends In Bali

Domestic Tourist Found Dead In Denpasar Hotel Room

A 38-year-old man from Jakarta was found dead in a hotel room on Monday evening (19/7). The Head of the South Denpasar Police Department, AKP I Gede Sudyatmaja confirmed that the man was already dead when he was found on Monday evening around 8:30pm. He was found in his room at the Wisata Indah Hotel, …

Read More about Domestic Tourist Found Dead In Denpasar Hotel Room

Vice Governor Asks Central Government To Keep Bali Open For Domestic Tourists

Bali Vice Governor, Tjokorda Oka Artha Ardhana Sukawati (Cok Ace) has asked the central government to keep Bali open for domestic tourists during the travel ban. As The Bali Sun previously reported, Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has announced to implement an internal travel ban during the Eid Al-Fitr Celebration which starts from the 6th …

Read More about Vice Governor Asks Central Government To Keep Bali Open For Domestic Tourists

Bali Will Host 20 National Events To Attract Domestic Visitors In 2021

Bali Officials plan to hold 20 national big events in 2021 to increase the enthusiasm of domestic tourists to visit the island. The Head of Bali Tourism Agency, Putu Astawa said that Bali is expected to host these big events this year to attract more domestic visitors, especially when the border remains closed for international …

Read More about Bali Will Host 20 National Events To Attract Domestic Visitors In 2021

Thousands Of Vehicles Leave Bali As Holiday Season Ends

Thousands of vehicles left Bali island through the Gilimanuk Port this weekend as the holiday season came to an end. Transportation authorities were deployed to safely facilitate the influx of traffic through the port. The Public Relations Officer of Gilimanuk Water Transportation (ASDP), Sandi Nugroho said that 3,078 vehicles left the island between Saturday (2/1) …

Read More about Thousands Of Vehicles Leave Bali As Holiday Season Ends

Increased Security As Domestic Tourists Crowd In Temples And Local Attractions In Bali

Tourist attractions across Bali have received an influx of domestic tourists since the start of the new year. The regional government is actively monitoring tourist activity to sustain safe travel amidst the pandemic.  (Image: ©The Bali Sun – I Wayan Yatika) Spiritual sites in Bali were packed with domestic tourists to celebrate the last day …

Read More about Increased Security As Domestic Tourists Crowd In Temples And Local Attractions In Bali

Domestic Tourists In Bali Shift To North Kuta To Avoid Strict Regulations

Kuta Beach has received special attention from Badung Regency Government and Police this holiday season. In effect, many tourists are shifting north in search of a more lenient vacation. (Image: ©The Bali Sun – I Wayan Yatika) According to the Head of Badung Transportation Agency, AA Rai Yudha Dharma, tourist activity in Kuta declined since …

Read More about Domestic Tourists In Bali Shift To North Kuta To Avoid Strict Regulations

Domestic Tourism Through Bali’s Gilimanuk Port Declines 55% Year-Over-Year

Domestic Tourism through the Gilimanuk Port in West Bali has shown a significant decline year-over-year. Undeniably, newly instated entry regulations and PCR test requirements play a key role in the mass decline this holiday season. According to statistics from Gilimanuk Port officials, tourist activity at the port has staggered 55% since the same time in …

Read More about Domestic Tourism Through Bali’s Gilimanuk Port Declines 55% Year-Over-Year