The famous Indonesian resort island is expected to be the “leading” to revive the country’s tourism industry.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo said that the country’s borders will be partially open next July. Tourist destinations such as Bali, Batam and Bintan will become the “leaders” to revive the country’s tourism industry. The plan will be carried out if the pandemic is controlled as well as the country expected.
In an announcement at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) Dubai tourism fair 2021, Indonesia’s Deputy Tourism Minister Nia Niscaya said that Indonesia has implemented a broad vaccination program for many target groups, including the military. Tourism industry workers: “The government has initiated the program ‘Cleanliness, Health, Safety and Environmental Sustainability’ throughout the Indonesian tourism industry. We are confident that Indonesia remains a world-class destination.” The absence of international visitors has wreaked havoc on Bali’s economy. Source: Sonny Tumbelaka /AFP Indonesia is working to revive the tourism industry, especially in Bali. The absence of international visitors has wreaked havoc on the island’s economy, which relies up to 80% on tourism. Many resorts are deserted, businesses are closed and the bustling Denpasar airport is now mostly empty. Previously, a plan to welcome international guests back to Bali in September last year was canceled due to the local outbreak of Covid-19.
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