The popular Indonesian holiday island Bali is now again receiving fully vaccinated tourists from selected countries – however not from Germany. “Following the instructions of the president, we are allowing visitors from 19 countries to travel to Bali and the Riau Islands again,” said a statement from the government’s pandemic commissioner, Luhut Pandjaitan, on Thursday.
The states on the list include India, Japan, New Zealand, Italy, France and Spain, among others. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), these states have the coronavirus under control, according to Pandjaitan.
Of the Ngurah Rai international airport in Bali wanted to reopen for international flights on Thursday. Interested holidaymakers must enter Indonesia via Bali or the two airports on the Riau Islands in Batam and Bintan. In addition to a vaccination certificate, they need a negative PCR test and a hotel reservation. First of all, all holiday guests also have to be quarantined in the booked hotel for five days.