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Bali will not open for international tourism until the end of 2020, Governor Wayan Koster has announced in a press conference. Read Here

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Bali will reopen its borders to international tourism on September 11th announced the Governor of Bali, Wayan Koster. 

The Bali Governor stated that domestic tourism will resume on July 9th, 2020 and will continue into August. If at that time local transmission is low, Bali will reopen its borders to foreign tourists. 

“Once again I emphasize, this is just a plan, not a schedule that will definitely be implemented,” explained the Governor

“Whether or not this is carried out will greatly depend on the situation and the dynamics of the development of Covid-19 in the field, especially local transmission in Bali.” Koster added.

*Important Note: The reopening of tourism activities is dependent on approval of the Indonesian government. Be sure to check with local and state authorities before traveling. 

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“We must be able to build tourist trust, tourism is a business of trust, we must be able to build and create a sense of security and comfort for travelers while enjoying Bali.”

“First we will open tourism to locals and then we will review it together.” said the Bali Governor. 




Bali will officially reopen for domestic tourism including popular attractions like Ubud Money Forest on July 9th, 2020













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Source: The Bali Sun

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