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Travel To Bali For Holiday To Become A Reality Soon; India-Bali Corridor In The Works

Travel enthusiasts, with your favourite Bollywood celebrities heading to the Maldives for vacation, let’s inform you that the sun, sand and waters in Bali will soon welcome you with open arms. Travel to the Indonesian paradise of Bali will be on the cards Indonesian Tourism Minister Sandiaga Uno stated that a travel corridor program between India and Bali to be most likely imposed in July, will help revive the economy and provide tourists with a much-needed vacation.

Bali To Open Doors For Tourism To Indian Travellers This July
Indian tourists might be able to fly down to Bali this July. According to the Jakarta Post, the Indian Tourism Ministry might open a travel corridor with the South Asian country to boost tourist arrivals. Indian Ambassador Manoj Kumar Bharti met Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno to discuss the opening of a Mumbai-Denpasar travel corridor. Think direct flights from Mumbai to Bali. Sandiaga stated to Jakarta Post, “India is a big contributor to foreign tourist arrivals in Indonesia, and most visitors from India go to Bali. Perhaps there is a cultural similarity or the destination and tourism products are suitable.” He also added that Bali will implement strict protocols at tourist sites to keep the coronavirus at bay.

Nusa Dua, Ubud and Sanur In Bali To Witness Foreign Tourists Soon
Apart from India, foreign tourists can also visit Bali again in June, in a bid to revive the economy. Travel corridor arrangements will be offered to countries that have successful vaccination programmers. So, the risk of the coronavirus can be contained and tourists can enjoy a safe and sound vacation in Bali. Nusa Dua, Ubud and Sanur are the major holiday destinations in Bali that are all set to receive foreign travellers in mid-June or July under strict health protocols. The government must vaccinate over 2 million residents of Bali before this pilot tourism project begins.

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