Bali has officially re-opened its international borders to foreign tourists. Bali government has lifted the quarantine to foreign nationals from 43 countries, such as Australia, USA, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Germany, Laos, Malaysia, Mexico, Myanmar, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Seychelles, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, UAE, UK, and Vietnam. This country’s visa on arrival policy has been expanded from 23 to 43 countries.
For other requirements, those travellers also have received a second dose of vaccine against COVID-19 and still must produce a negative Covid-19 test result taken 2 x 24 hours prior to departure. The government conducts the reopening in phases after achieving the high vaccination rate and monitoring the decreased of COVID-19 spread in Bali. Before this new policy applied, the early reopening only allowed Australian travellers to visit, but still required five days of quarantine.
Since the new policy, many famous international airlines are lining up to fly to Bali, such as Jetstar, Singapore Airlines, AirAsia, Qatar Airways, Virgin, and more. Many accommodations have been back to business as well as many tourism places reopened. Furthermore, Bali will also host International G20 Summit, which is scheduled to take a place in Nusa Dua, in the late October 2022. It brings a hope to boost this Island’s economy again in tourism sector.
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