HOW TO SPEND LESS MONEY WHEN GOING TO BALI
- September 8, 2022
- article, Bali Beach Villa, Bali Villas
HOW TO SPEND LESS MONEY WHEN GOING TO BALI
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When will Bali open borders for international tourism? According to the Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, Sandiaga Uno, Bali Ngurah Rai International Flights are confirmed to administer starting on October 14, 2021. It couldn’t be more exciting for the island of paradise to hear the news. The plummet of every sector especially Bali villas due to Covid-19 is inevitable. Therefore, as the tourism recovery is progressing back to normal, it will help improve all sectors in this regard.
To anticipate the spread of the virus, the Local and Central Governments remind the tourism actors that although it seems the 3T (testing, tracing, treatment) has been well-managed, we should remain vigilant; never let loose, and ignore the health protocol. The figure for Covid-19 cases in Bali has indeed dropped down quite significantly. This is from the number of micro-social restrictions being observed profoundly by society until today to October 8, 2021.
The Local Government has published regulation number 15 for the year 2021. This is to ensure that the eight regencies and Denpasar City are safe for the plan to carry on. Since October 5, 2021, and for the next 2 weeks, the regulation allows tourist destinations and other public facilities like cinemas, supermarkets, and malls to operate for a maximum of 50% of visitors.
This is to finalize the plan before reaching October 14. There are several things to consider by the Government. Those are to see the potential for the future surge of new variants of Covid-19, the effectiveness of barcode PeduliLindungi, how to identify and perform proper mitigation, and the 3T strategy for the unexpected rising cases.
Sandiaga Uno needs to verify the promptitude of health facilities and insurance schemes for these international tourists. This is following the G20 presidency that will fall this November. Most of the events will take place in Bali.
Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan mentioned the number of countries that might enter Bali, the terms, and quarantined conditions in an online press conference via Presidential Secretariat YouTube (4/10/2021) regarding Bali open border for tourism in October.
Bali will open borders for 19 respective countries such as Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, New Zealand, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Liechtenstein, Italy, France, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Poland, Hungary, and Norway. He emphasized the need for tourists to obey the screening protocols in Ngurah Rai International Airport, the obligatory quarantine for a minimum of 8 days after arrivals, and complete the condition by submitting a hotel booking receipt. Each individual will be responsible for their own expense for the quarantine. The goal is to prepare the tourists in prime conditions and Covid-19 free before going off for a vacation in Bali.
It is obligatory for tourism actors to increase the implementation of health protocols. Those are to attempt for CHSE certification and the practices of mask-wearing, hand washing, and physical distancing. The supports from the government for Bali’s economic recovery will rely on the ultimate role of Bali open tourism industry. This applies to either domestic or overseas tourists.
The use of a barcode scanner in PeduliLindungi is a must for everyone to enter public sites and tourist destinations. It is really a reliable source to identify whether one has carried out full vaccination. It can also show if one or has done certain PCR or Antigen tests. So, the Government has access to learn if a visitor is Covid-19 free. The app functions as a condition the visitors have to implement before going to any public site. Temperature screening will follow after the convenient use of the app. The driven force is to prevent the emergence of new Covid-19 cases. We all should observe the protocols in accordance with pointers established by the Central Government, especially the Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan.