Travel Bali to Reopen to International Visitors in September
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Following months of travel restrictions due to the, Bali will reopen to international visitors on September 11.
According to, the Indonesian resort island, which relies heavily on tourism, hosted mass prayers over the weekend as the popular tourist destination seeks to embrace a "new normal."
Bali Governor I Wayan Koster said that local tourists will be allowed to visit the island as soon as Thursday, July 9, according to.
Like most other destinations, Bali's phased reopening will include strict health and safety protocols designed to curb the spread of COVID-19. As of Monday afternoon, Bali has reported 1,900 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 974 recoveries and 23 deaths.
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Citing Bali statistics bureau data, Reuters reported that the occupancy rate at local hotels sunk to 2 percent in May, down from 51.5 percent during the same month last year and 62.5 percent this past December.
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Bali Delays Reopening Plans to 2021 .
The island was initially planning on reopening in September. Bali governor confirms the island won't be taking international tourists before the end of the year, despite initial plans to welcome foreigners back in September pic.twitter.com/wCCtEDjJOI— Anne Barker (@AnneABarker) August 24, 2020 Instead, for the remainder of the year, Bali will focus on growing safe domestic tourism. A large portion of Bali’s typical tourists, like those from Australia, are themselves facing travel bans that will not allow them to visit until 2021.