TRAVEL Indonesia to reopen Bali for international visitors from Oct 14

TRAVEL

Indonesia to reopen Bali for international visitors from Oct 14

Global Times

09:49, October 06, 2021

Photo taken on Oct. 3, 2021 shows a view of sunset at Sanur beach in Bali, Indonesia. The Indonesian government on Monday extended its public mobility restrictions, locally known as PPKM, which expired Monday, until Oct. 18, with loosened restrictions in public places including shopping centers, entertainment spots, and sports venues. (Photo by Byma/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Oct. 3, 2021 shows a view of sunset at Sanur beach in Bali, Indonesia. The Indonesian government on Monday extended its public mobility restrictions, locally known as PPKM, which expired Monday, until Oct. 18, with loosened restrictions in public places including shopping centers, entertainment spots, and sports venues. (Photo by Byma/Xinhua)


People visit Sanur beach in Bali, Indonesia, Oct. 3, 2021. The Indonesian government on Monday extended its public mobility restrictions, locally known as PPKM, which expired Monday, until Oct. 18, with loosened restrictions in public places including shopping centers, entertainment spots, and sports venues. (Photo by Byma/Xinhua)

People visit Sanur beach in Bali, Indonesia, Oct. 3, 2021. The Indonesian government on Monday extended its public mobility restrictions, locally known as PPKM, which expired Monday, until Oct. 18, with loosened restrictions in public places including shopping centers, entertainment spots, and sports venues. (Photo by Byma/Xinhua)


Indonesia will reopen international flights to Bali for foreign visitors from certain countries starting from Oct. 14 as the COVID-19 transmission has eased in the country, a government official said Monday.
Indonesia will receive international visitors from South Korea, China, Japan, New Zealand, as well as from Abu Dhabi and Dubai of the United Arab Emirates, Coordinating Minister for Maritime and Investment Affairs Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan told a virtual press conference.
International visitors are allowed to enter the archipelago country by having a proof of hotel booking for a minimum of eight days of quarantine and health tests.
The Indonesian government on Monday extended its public mobility restrictions, locally known as PPKM, which expired Monday, until Oct. 18, with loosened restrictions in public places including shopping centers, entertainment spots, and sports venues.

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