Bali Expects Thousands Of Daily Tourists Over The Upcoming Australian Holiday

According to Tjok Gede Pemayun, the head of the Bali Tourist Board, an average of 30,000 new tourists per day have arrived in Bali in the last three weeks.

The Eid Al-Fitr holiday was the key turning point for the steady increase in tourist arrivals, according to the official. That weekend, Bali witnessed the highest number of visitors in two years.

Australians traditionally flock to Bali during the winter school vacations in May and June and Bali responds by offering all-inclusive packages that are too great to pass up.

Although some Covid-19-related pre-entry restrictions remain, flying to and from Bali is as easy now as it was before the

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