Bali, Indonesia’s most popular tourist destination, is set to reopen to international tourists from certain countries on October 14. According to Bali’s Senior Cabinet Minister, Luhut Pandjaitan, the island will reopen to visitors from New Zealand, China, and Japan, among other countries. The Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali will open to international visitors on October 14, but there are some rules to follow.
According to Luhut Pandjaitan, international tourists must quarantine for eight days at their own expense in Bali. As a result, tourists visiting the country should keep this in mind. The country is reopening in stages and with great caution.
Bai’s current COVID situation is better than it was, as cases have decreased from more than 56000 in mid-July to 1100 on October 3. As a result, it is safe to say that life in this Indonesian paradise is improving. However, as Luhut has stated, the government does not want the unexpected to occur and is thus reopening in stages.
Bali’s economy is heavily reliant on tourism, and reopening would help to revitalize it. However, Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin had previously indicated that the resort island would be reopened. Tourists may return only after 70% of Bali has received at least the first dose of vaccine, according to him.