The Bali provincial government has issued a travel guide about all the travel requirements for international visitors.
The Head of the Denpasar Tourism Agency, Putu Astawa confirmed that the provincial government has recently created a guidebook that contains all the travel policies that must be complied by international visitors during their vacation on the island. “As the border was finally reopened for international visitors, we have created a guide book that must be read during their 5 days of quarantine here.” Astawa said on Tuesday (19/10).
Astawa also said that travelers are not allowed to exit their hotel rooms during their quarantine period before testing negative from Covid-19 with a PCR test on the 4th day of their quarantine. “During their quarantine, visitors are not allowed to leave their hotel rooms in order to prevent Covid-19 transmissions in that facility. They can spend that time reading the guide book that they receive at the airport.” Astawa added.
Despite receiving zero flights at the international terminal of Bali Ngurah Rai Airport in October, Astawa was optimistic that visitors will start coming in November and December 2021. “Both airline companies and potential international visitors are preparing themselves to travel in the near future, and I think Bali is now ready to welcome any visitors with all of the implemented prevention protocols that are discussed in the guidebook..” Astawa concluded.
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