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Local Tourists Don’t Help Retail Sector in Bali Really Much

Sales in the retail sector are estimated to grow 3-5 percent in 2022 with a note that there are no more restrictions on people’s mobility and international doors have been fully opened.

No Christmas and New Year parties

To prevent the spread of the COVID-19 ahead of the 2022 Christmas and New Year celebrations, the Badung Police invited hotel and restaurant managers to attend a meeting.

Bali Prohibits New Year’s Parties

New Year’s parties have been prohibited in Bali. This ban is supposed to prevent the spread of COVID-19, especially the Omicron variant.

Police Reminds Entrepreneurs Not to Invite Artists to Celebrate Christmas and New Year

The Bali Provincial Civil Service Police Unit reminded nightclub business actors in Bali not to bring in artists to welcome the 2022 Christmas and New Year holidays.

PPKM Level 3 Canceled, but Bali Provincial Government Still Bans Fireworks

photo: Antara The Central Government canceled the Level 3 Community Activity Restriction (PPKM) policy during Christmas and New Year. However, for Domestic Travel Actors the...

Jakarta and Bali Tighten Restrictions

The government has tightened the restrictions in Greater Jakarta, and Bali to anticipate the new Covid-19 variant, Omicron. The Greater Jakarta area and Bali would...

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Bali Airport Recorded 56 Percent Increase of Passengers

I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali recorded an increase of airplane passengers up to 56 percent during the Christmas and New Year.
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Indonesia Temporarily Closes the Doors for Some Foreigners

The government has finally closed the entrance for Foreign Citizens from the countries that had been infected with the Omicron variant of Covid-19.

Chinese State-Owned Enterprise Takes Part in Bali Airport Project

The new Bali international airport is planned to be finished in 2024. It will be located on the Northern coast of the island.

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Bali Airport Recorded 56 Percent Increase of Passengers

I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali recorded an increase of airplane passengers up to 56 percent during the Christmas and New Year.

Indonesia Temporarily Closes the Doors for Some Foreigners

The government has finally closed the entrance for Foreign Citizens from the countries that had been infected with the Omicron variant of Covid-19.