Bali plans to welcome new international tourists in September 2020 as part of their phased reopening.
- After a 3-month coronavirus lockdown, Bali has decided to reopen in phases.
- However, should there be any new spike in COVID-19 infections, the plans may still be halted.
- If you’re planning to travel to Bali when possible, make sure to visit this hot spring for a truly relaxing time!
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To revive the economic activity of Bali, the governor of the popular tourist spot has laid out their post-coronavirus lockdown plans. The first phase, which aims to gradually open businesses to the island’s residents and stranded foreigners, is already in effect since the first week of July. They plan to open Bali to the rest of the locals on July 31.
Phase 3 of the post-COVID-19 reopening plan is set on September 11, 2020. They will open up Bali’s borders to new foreign arrivals, provided that the first 2 phases will be successful.
Health guidelines and measures will be observed during the reopening, and closure of certain areas is still possible if coronavirus cases in Bali continue to increase.
COVID-19 Cases in Bali
As of this article’s publish time, Bali has recorded 2,257 confirmed cases, 1,508 recoveries, and 27 deaths. Indonesia has had 76,981 confirmed cases, 36,689 recovered patients, and 3,656 deaths.
Bali Travel Ideas
If you’re planning to fly into Bali as soon as possible, consider booking these activities that will help enrich your getaway:
- [Transport] Bali Car Rental
- [Transport] Bali Scooter & Motorbike Rental
- [Activities] Aloha Ubud Swing
- [Activities] Ayung River Bali Rafting 3 in 1 Package
- [Tours] Mount Batur Sunrise Trekking
- [Tour] Nusa Penida Snorkeling Day-Tour
- [Beach Club] Finns Bali
- [Restaurants] Seafood Buffet & Dinner Show at Hyatt
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You can view the article (in Bahasa) that talks about Bali’s post-coronavirus travel lockdown plans here.