NOW! Bali Opens Its Door for International Tourists


October 14 has been the new beginning for the tourism industry on the island of paradise. Bali is ready to open its door now, runs back its business, and welcomes the tourists with its world-renowned hospitality. Many assume that it might be too early for Bali to operate. However, there are solid reasons why Bali opens its door now. Read more in the following.

The preparation before Bali opens its door for foreigners has taken months to ensure the project safety

The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy (Kemenparekraf) assesses that Bali opens its door to international flights in this case has been quite sharp in terms of gearing up for the foreign tourism sector. A statement by Henky Hotma P Manurung in an online webinar held on October 13 supports the idea as well. Moreover, he declared that the procedures established by the Local and Central Governments are already well-thought-of. This is to ensure every crisis that might come up later is under complete control.

Hand in hand, tourism actors and the locals in Bali demonstrate the optimism to succeed the plan by first being the 99% vaccination rate for the first dose of Covid-19 vaccine and 90% for the second dose. The second is the majority of populous areas in Bali have received CHSE certification. This means most tourist spots in Bali have been observing Cleanliness, Health, Safety, and Environment Sustainability. Bali makes one of the provinces in Indonesia with the lowest growth of new COVID-19 cases daily.

Based on direct examination to verify the service simulations at the international arrival terminal at Ngurah Rai Airport, the whole process is done in detail and accordance with the set procedures. The confidence exuded by this vital simulation will have a positive impact on the eye of the visitors. The hope is they can see how serious Bali is about building up the spirit for all tourism actors and recovering the whole ecosystem.

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Bali Opens Its Tourism Industry: It Denotes Critical to Prioritize

More than 80% of Bali makes up for tourism industry. Indeed, it is the main sector of the economy on the island. Therefore, it will be crucial to amend the condition very soon. Providing the high vaccination rate for COVID-19, Tjokorda Oka Artha Ardhana Sukawati as the Vice Governor for Bali Province added that the locals have also been implementing the health protocol in utmost seriousness in the course of the pandemic.

As Bali opens its border for international arrivals that fit the TCA (Travel Corridor Arrangement) scheme, the number of tourists coming to the island will not immediately go through escalation. Cited by, it appears there was no international flight scheduled to arrive on the first day of Bali tourism launching on October 14. It is most likely that the crowd will come around November and December. In the meantime, the tourism industry can better organize the simulation practices, especially in the airport and tourism areas.

Strict Monitoring on Tourists to Abide by the Health Protocols

According to the Minister of Communications and Informatics Johnny G. Plate, tourists who commit violations of the health protocols when Bali opens the border are at risk for deportation. It’s a must for every visitor to follow the arrival procedures. Those are from re-taking PCR test after arrival and being in quarantine for 5×24 hours based on the direction by the COVID-19 task force.  The key to making this project a success is the high level of discipline performed by each tourist. Moreover, it also needs the patience they have to put forward during the quarantine. This is to make it easy for us to carry out early and quick detection. Also, the most important is to prevent the spread of the new variant of COVID-19.

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