Bali Will Start Reopening To Tourists From 4 Countries in October, Confirmed Government

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Indonesia’s Tourism and Creative Economic Minister announced that the central government will open an international travel lane in October, after attending a meeting at the Bali Tourism Polytechnic with other government officials.

Also, a spokesman from Indonesia’s Ministry of Tourism, told CNBC News that the islands of Bali, Bintan, and Batam will be part of the reopening pilot program due to their vaccination rates, biosafety protocols, hospital capacity, and international demand.

“We have selected multiple countries such as

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