Bali’s international tourism open with additional charge
Bali’s international tourism open in a way to get around the travel ban, a hack that was revealed in a simple WhatsApp message.The message claims that all tourists have to do is pay $1,700 for a 60 day Indonesian visa and book at least 10 days in Kandui Resort on the Mentawai Islands.The individual would also have to return a negative COVID-19 test to ensure the safety of workers and others.However travellers might struggle to find a flight heading to Bali during the worldwide pandemic.Despite having low cases of COVID-19, Bali is yet to reopen fully to international arrivals and decided against it due to several travel restrictions from other countries.
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Australians are unable to leave the country unless they have an exemption from the government.
Bali’s governor said there are still some ‘red zone categories’ in Indonesia which makes it a bit difficult to reopen the island as well.
The country is also not accepting visas from international tourists until they can ensure all resorts, hotels, cafes, restaurants have a COVID-19 safety plan in place.
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