Monday, 1 June 2020

How Bali plans to reopen to tourists from October

Bali, one of Southeast Asia’s most popular backpacking destinations, could reopen to tourists in October, the Indonesian government has said.

The Indonesian island, which closed its borders and suspended its visas-on-arrival policy in March, has reported some success in managing the coronavirus outbreak. If Bali manages to maintain low infection rates, the tourism ministry is hoping to reopen its borders with strict health protocols to international visitors from October. To safely reopen hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions, a new CHS (Cleanliness, Health, and Safety) program will be rolled out that sets out guidelines for increased health, hygiene and safety standards. It’s hoped that the program will restore visitors’ confidence in the safety of Bali as a destination.

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via Lonely Planet India

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