Published on : Monday, June 7, 2021
As the world starts rolling out vaccines, countries are gradually reopening their borders. One destination travelers can consider going back is Bali, which plans to reopen for tourism next month.
After more than a year without international tourists, Bali would possibly reopen its borders soon. As per Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo, the country plans to partially reopen its border in July, with Bali being one of the three regions slated for a major tourism recovery.
Bali, Bintan and Batam will be the first three locations reopening for international visitors. However, the Indonesian government has not laid down any measures for entry, whether vaccines will be mandatory, what quarantine requirements will be there, along with other border measures.
With less than a month to go, Indonesia is yet to declare entry rules. The country is also the worst hit by COVID-19 in East Asia, recording 1.85 million cases. As cases increase once again, the planned reopening might get postponed.