Bali fourth most popular global destination

Bali fourth most popular global destination according to travel platform TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards of 2020.Winners of the awards are chosen based on the quantity and quality of user reviews and ratings, and are now honoured as “Travellers’ Choice Best of the Best”, Trip Advisor’s top 1 percent of listings.

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“This has been a tough year for our industry, but the global desire to go and explore, whether the destination is an hour away or across the world, remains strong,” said TripAdvisor chief experience and brand officer Lindsay Nelson in a statement. “The Travellers’ Choice program is one way that travellers and diners can benefit from the real-life experiences of other people so they can plan their perfect trip that meets their needs, budget and style. London ranks first on the popular destinations list, followed by Paris and Greece’s Crete in second and third place respectively.Indonesia’s very own paradise ranked fourth and was noted for its “stretch of fine white sand” and “lush jungle”.

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“Bali is a living postcard, an Indonesian paradise that feels like a fantasy”, it said on the website.TripAdvisor also recommended three attractions on the island, namely Kelingking Beach, the Sekumpul Waterfalls and Luhur Batukaru Temple.Bali reopened for domestic tourists on July 31, and international tourists will be welcomed on September 11. According to data on covid19.go.id, as of July 31, Bali has recorded 3,407 cases of COVID-19 with 2,876 recoveries and 48 deaths.

Bali fourth most popular global destination

The Travelers’ Choice Awards also recognized Padma Hotel in Bandung, West Java, as the number one family hotel in Asia, as well as Lombok in West Nusa Tenggara as the number six trending destination for its beaches, diving spots and hiking options.

Visa free tourists finally allowed to stay

Bali fourth most popular global destination

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Airasia offering rapid test for only 6 US$

Airasia offering rapid test for only 6 US$ daily from 4 a.m. to 8 p.m for  passengers who only have  to wait 10 minutes for the result with medical certificate valid for 14 days.   AirAsia Indonesia is offering drive-through rapid COVID-19 testing for passengers leaving from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Tangerang, Banten. To use the service, passengers are required to show their booking ID and identity card. After registering and completing payment, a sample will be taken and passengers are to wait 10 to 15 minutes for the result.

Airasia offering rapid test

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In a statement, AirAsia Indonesia director Veranita Yosephine said, “The service will be expanded to Indonesian cities that AirAsia currently serves. The airline has gradually resumed its operations and is now serving domestic routes from Jakarta to Medan, Surabaya, Bali, Lombok and Yogyakarta.

Airasia offering rapid test

Earlier this month, AirAsia Indonesia updated its baggage policy and announced that passengers could bring two carry-on bags with certain requirements.The total maximum weight for both bags should be 7 kilograms, otherwise they will be placed with checked baggage.AirAsia Indonesia provides a free baggage allowance of up to 15 kg for domestic flights.

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Bali hotel room occupancy decreased to 1 %

Bali hotel room occupancy decreased to 1 %  caused by the pandemic according Hariyadi Sukamdani , the Chairman of hotelier and Restaurant Indonesia  on Monday (20/7/2020). He stated  that Bali is still the best tourism destination when the average occupancy in Indonesia  is now between 1-15%,

Bali hotel room occupancy decreased to 1 %
Hariyadi said some  tourist destinations already reopened  and  trying to get reservations with special discounts and upfront payments.
In some Indonesian areas  the policy is still very protective to reopen to tourism and recovering slowly  with the fear of ongoing pandemic , but eventually they  must also  understand that it need to recover to face no bankruptcy .

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Bali hotel room occupancy decreased to 1 %
He also hopes to have hotel reservations for civil government servant who  are normally 25% of their clients.  However, he  hopes some areas in Indonesia will soon be transformed into green zone and able to reopen for tourism.
Bali hotel room occupancy

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Bali and Lombok awarded in Asia’s top 10 Islands

Bali and Lombok awarded in Asia’s top 10 Islands based on the World’s Best Awards survey conducted by the global media Travel + Leisure.  The survey was taken through data before the beginning of March this year.

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Written on its website, the winners of the best island award in Asia this year were again filled by 6 favorite islands customers from the previous year. Although there are also newcomer islands that go straight into the top 10.Known, the readers are asked to explain the activities, scenery, natural attractions, beaches, food, hospitality and overall evaluation when they are on vacation in the islands in Asia.

Bali and Lombok awarded in Asia's top 10 Islands

From these assessments, 10 of the best island names in Asia were chosen by travelers. The first rank of the best island in Asia was won by Palawan in the Philippines, followed by Srilanka in second place and Koh Lanta Thailand in third.

Bali and Lombok awarded in Asia's top 10 Islands

Bali Island made it to rank 6 (score 88.14) and Lombok to rank 10 (score 80.00). Here’s a complete list of the 10 best islands in Asia: Palawan, Philippines; (94.83); Sri Lanka (90.00); Koh Lanta, Thailand (89.41); Langkawi, Malaysia (88.76); Boracay, Philippines (88,22); Bali, Indonesia (88,14); Koh Samui, Thailand (87,56); Phuket, Thailand (85.72); Maldives (85.11); Lombok, Indonesia (80,00)

 

Bali and Lombok awarded

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Garuda Indonesia Bali flights to US and France

Garuda Indonesia Bali flights to US and France Los Angeles, San Francisco, Paris, New Delhi and Mumbai are planned the island would open its doors to international tourists as of Sept. 11, 2020. The airline is working on the plan with the Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises and Ministry of Tourism, according to Garuda President Irfan Setiaputra. Garuda and the Tourism Ministry have agreed that the only way to boost foreign tourist visits is by introducing direct flights to Bali. Hopefully, we can make it through this crisis and start direct flights from countries that have large spending capabilities,” said the President of the airline.Garuda Indonesia Bali flights    The relevant ministries are looking to set Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport as the major tourist entry point in the long run. Indonesia is also planning to build a new airport on the island of Bali in a bid to boost tourism in the country. Jakarta International Airport (Soekarno-Hatta International Airport) is currently Indonesia’s main airport providing connections to the country’s popular touristic island Although the world’s major airlines like Emirates, KLM, Qantas, Qatar Airways and Turkish Airlines operate direct flights from their hubs to Bali, there are currently no non-stop service from the U.S. and France to the island.Travelers from Paris planning to fly to Bali mostly transit in Thailand’s capital Bangkok. American tourists likewise have to transit in a city that provides a direct connection to the island. Tourists spend much more money in transit countries, which limits their holiday budget, according to Garuda President.

Garuda Indonesia Bali flights

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“So if we plan to open a new flight route, we will focus on, for example, flights from Paris to Bali directly,” said the airline President.He continued to state: “We’ll also fit the schedule to accommodate tourists with morning arrivals and evening departures, so they can spend most of their time on the island.”Indonesian authorities say that American and European tourists’ spending powers are far greater than tourists from some other countries and they also stay longer, on average 2 weeks. Therefore, Garuda Indonesia intends to schedule flights that can attract tourists who will potentially bring in more revenue for Bali tourism.In the future, we will focus on more direct flights from and to Bali and with a suitable time for tourists to land before noon and depart at night so that they can spend their funds between check-out from the hotel and departure at the airport,” said the airline President.

Garuda Indonesia Bali flights

Tourism, the most important source of revenue and foreign exchange in Bali, has been hit hard by pandemic-related travel restrictions and lockdowns. During the pre-pandemic period, more than 4 million tourists visited the island annually. Bali International Airport saw an approximately 100% slump in international tourist arrivals in May compared to the same period last year, according to Bali statistics bureau data.The Indonesian flag carrier Garuda Indonesia suspended flight operations in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The airline was forced to ground 100 of its 142 aircraft, resulting in a 70% reduction in flights. The Indonesian Government also banned all commercial flights and foreigners from entering the country in a bid to mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Garuda Indonesia Bali flights

The airline resumed domestic flights on May 7 after the Indonesian Government eased the flight restrictions. The ban on international flights was also lifted with strict regulations in June.Travelers flying to Bali have to present a COVID-19 PCR test with negative results or undergo a test at the airport. Passengers who take the test at the airport also have to undergo a quarantine while waiting for the result at locations set by Indonesian authorities.

 

Garuda Indonesia Bali flights

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Bali hotels ready welcoming international travelers

Bali hotels ready welcoming international travellers again, according to the Bali Hotels Association’s (BHA) Government Relations Director, Fransiska Handoko.. Waiting on the government’s go-ahead, travel bubbles and a lack of domestic tourists are the overriding concerns for a Bali travel industry trying to battle through the COVID pandemic according to key leading speakers at the recent ‘Bali Tourism The Way Back’ virtual event organized by Delivering Asia Communications and C9 Hotelworks together with the Bali Hotels Association and Horwath HTL.Fielding questions from respected travel journalist Mimi Hudoyo, TTG Asia’s Editor Indonesia, Handoko was candid about the efforts of BHA members and their responses to the catastrophic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, which has caused more disruption to the island’s main industry than previous crisis.

Bali hotels ready welcoming international travelers

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However, Handoko pointed out, despite preparations by the island’s hospitality businesses, it is the responsibility of the Bali’s provincial government to make the final ruling. “Our members are more than ready to reopen, with hotels continuing training programmes and maintaining standard operating procedures. We are ready to welcome guests but the decision must come from the government.”

Bali hotels ready welcoming international travelers

Speaking on Bali’s interest in creating travel bubbles with China, South Korea, Japan and Australia, Handoko said, “Bali and Indonesia are ready for travel bubbles. However, the rest of the world still sees Indonesia as a high-risk country, so these plans are still in the discussion stage. It may be more logical to form travel bubbles within ASEAN because of the shorter travel times. But we are still observing how the situation will evolve. One of the event highlights was an ‘on-the-ground’ hotel perspective from Emily Subrata, Director, Sudamala Resorts and Lucienne Anhar, Co-Owner and Managing Director, Tugu Hotels & Restaurants, who discussed the different methods hotel owners have used to counter the during the pandemic. See full interview here:

Bali hotels ready welcoming

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Bali expecting two million Chinese tourist in 2021

Bali expecting two million Chinese tourist in 2021 as coronavirus lockdowns prevent other travelers from getting to the island.The Bali Tourism Board, a peak industry body representing tourism operators on the island, expects a record-breaking 2 million Chinese tourists to visit Bali next year, far surpassing visitors from any other nation.China became the biggest source of international visitor arrivals in 2017 when 1.35 million Chinese tourists visited the island, eclipsing visitors from Australia as Bali’s biggest source of tourists for the first time. 

“We believe they will be drawn to Bali in even bigger numbers than before because Chinese people no longer feel very safe in America or Europe because of racism and the high rates of coronavirus infections and with the International Air Transport Association not expecting air travel to return to pre-COVID-19 levels until 2023, China looks to extend its dominance over Bali’s tourism market.

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“Southeast Asia will become the preferred destination for them at least for 2021 and Thailand and Bali will get the lion’s share of their business,” said Kurniawan.While up to 2 million Chinese visitors in a year would almost single-handedly reboot Bali’s tourism-dependent economy which has been in hibernation since Indonesia banned new foreign tourists in March, not everyone on the island is happy about the prospect of so many Chinese tourists descending on the island.

Bali expecting two million Chinese tourist in 2021

A 2018 investigation by the BTB on so-called ‘zero-dollar tours’ coming out of China — low-cost group packages where tourists spend much larger amounts at Chinese-owned gift shops — found that on some tours people were spending as little as $60 for flights and hotels, with the vast majority of their holiday spending contractually committed to Chinese-owned souvenir shops.

This was the cause of disagreement between Bali and the Tourism Ministry’s plan to bring 20 million tourists to Indonesia each year,” said Christopher Burns, business development manager of the official Bali app. “It doesn’t matter if you bring in 200 million tourists if the spend-per-person is super-low. What Bali needs is better quality tourists.’

Bali expecting two million Chinese tourist in 2021

According to Kurniawan, the cold hard calculus of the pandemic will probably weed out lower spending tourists.Because of the ongoing need for social distancing, groups of large travelers will totally disappear while cheap travel will also disappear at least for the first half of 2021 as people in that segment have lost their jobs or taken salary cuts,” Kurniawan said. But the middle segment and the luxury segment will increase in Bali because fear of COVID-19 will mean they will prefer to stay in villas than hotels, and we have thousands of villas in Bali,” said Kurniawan, adding that new laws introduced last February have virtually brought an end to zero-dollar tours to Bali.

But Venny Hermawan, owner of D Varee Diva, a 130-room hotel in Kuta that caters almost exclusively to Chinese tourists, says only the pandemic brought an end to zero-dollar tours.From an operations side, we still struggled with the same heavy bargaining power of wholesale agents in China,” she says. “Our advertised room rate is $32 per night but they pay only $18. If you refuse, they go to your competitor.”The hotel owner says small Balinese operators, those selling T-shirts, sate sticks and the like, do not benefit one iota from mass Chinese tourism.

Bali expecting two million Chinese tourist in 2021

No way will they spend a cent at those places because when they come here they have a full itinerary organized by their travel guides who take them to shopping centers for kickbacks,” Hermawan explains. “It’s impossible for those tourists to even walk around the street by themselves. Different cultural norms are also a concern for some Bali tour operators, who worry that large numbers of Chinese tourists will put off visitors from other nations. Still, Yulie Su, a 35-year-old Shanghai native who made his fortune as a venture capitalist in his twenties and now spends his days riding waves in Bali describes the view from the Chinese side of the table.

“I can understand why a lot of Westerners think Chinese tourists are rude but they don’t even know what they are doing is wrong,And why is it wrong? It’s just a different style,” said Yulie. “When Chinese people are happy, we are loud, but Westerners say we shouldn’t be.Yulie agrees there is potential for Chinese tourists to increase their spend in Bali.

Bali expecting two million Chinese tourist in 2021

“Our vacations are very short, only three or four days, so we don’t care how much it costs. Some of the luxury resorts in Bali are very good but overall Bali is not very well developed,” he said. “The hygiene standards and pollution are actually worse than in China. If they want to charge more, they have to develop more.Yulie is also sceptical that Chinese tourists will return to Bali in such great numbers in 2021.Bali is one of our favorites. We love the people because they respect us more than they do in Europe or America.,” Yulie says. “But fear of coronavirus will remain. Even when the borders open, Chinese are going to pause. We are very cautious people.The Balinese are also being cautious in their own way with a trial run for domestic tourism tipped to start in August.

Bali expecting two million Chinese tourist in 2021

We’re expecting a lot of people from Jakarta to come for staycations and see if the hotels and restaurants can provide service in line with the new health and safety regulation,” says Gek Indah Dispara, head of marketing at the Bali Government Tourism Office. “If things go well, gradually we will open for international tourists. Dispara won’t comment on the BTB’s projection for 2 million Chinese tourists in 2021, saying the focus for now is entirely on domestic tourism.Of course we hope they will return,” she says. “You know Balinese never complained about Chinese tourists because the Chinese have already been here for 100 years and adapted,” Dispara says.Next to Batur, our biggest lake, there’s is Hindu Temple with a Chinese temple inside of it. This shows the closeness of our cultures.”

Bali expecting two million

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Bali Tourism reopening demanded by travel agencies

Bali Tourism reopening demanded

Bali Tourism reopening demanded

Indonesia aims to attract 3.5 million Chinese tourists next year .

Bali Tourism reopening demanded by travel agencies as most of its members only have financial capability to weather the crisis until July. The plea comes following the government’s decision to maintain travel restrictions on the tourist-packed island. The Association of Indonesian Tour and Travel Agencies (ASITA) of Bali expected the government to finish the new normal protocol stipulation by the end of the month and reopen the island to tourists by July to prevent travel companies from collapsing.Tour operators haven’t earned any income since March and we can only last until July. Therefore, we expect Bali to be open really soon,” ASITA Bali secretary I Putu Winastra said during an online discussion held by the Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry on June 18.

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Bali Tourism reopening demanded

The Association of Indonesian Travel Agencies expected the government to finish the new normal protocol stipulation by the end of the month and reopen the island to tourists by July

Putu fears that the collapse of travel agencies would not only cause massive layoffs but also affect the island’s economy, as 80 percent of Bali’s economy comes from tourism and its related industries. Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport accounts for 63 percent of foreign tourist visits using through air gates, and 38 percent of overall foreign tourist visits in 2019, Statistics Indonesia (BPS) data show. National COVID-19 task force chief Doni Monardo on June 17 said that both the agency and Bali’s local administration agreed not to reopen Bali in the near future, amid the risk of COVID-19 transmission.

Significant sign reopening Bali

Bali’s provincial administration also recently reported an increasing number of local COVID-19 transmissions on the island, The result of our discussions with several regional leaders, including the Bali governor, was that we have decided not to open Bali yet,” Doni said in a hearing with House of Representatives Commission X overseeing tourism. Bali’s provincial administration also recently reported an increasing number of local COVID-19 transmissions on the island, causing the government to ban activities involving large groups of people, including traditional and religious activities.The island had recorded 1,080 cases as of Monday, ranking 11th in provinces across the archipelago, with nine deaths and 615 recoveries. That compares with 46,845 COVID-19 cases across Indonesia on Monday, with 150 dead and 18,735 recovered.

Bali Tourism reopening demanded

Bali fears that the collapse of tourism could affect 80 % the island’s economy

The Tourism Ministry’s director for tourism marketing Vinsensius Jemadu said the government was taking a cautious stance and had set strict standards before deciding to reopen tourist destinations and the country’s borders.
“We have to take careful considerations and require strict standards when we try to open our borders. We also require our provinces and islands to pass the requirements [before reopening],” he said.
Even if the government decided to reopen Bali and welcome back tourists, there are still other challenges facing travel agencies on the island, an expert warned.

Bali Tourism reopening demanded

The government is aiming to create “travel bubbles” with China, South Korea, Japan and Australia

A tourism expert at Thailand’s Thammasat University, Walter Jamieson, said travel agencies must be able to strike a delicate balance between letting their guests experiencing their vacation without fear of COVID-19 infection while also applying a strict protocol to protect them from the virus.There’s always a tension for travel destinations between appearing too regulated and maintaining safety. People want to have a good time and not think about handwashing and whatnot during a vacation, but we have to follow all health and safety protocols” he said during the discussion. The government is aiming to create “travel bubbles” with China, South Korea, Japan and Australia to attract travelers and businesspeople, despite COVID-19 infections nationwide showing no signs of slowing down.The term “travel bubble” or “travel corridor” refers to an agreement in which countries that are successfully containing the outbreak can open their borders to each other to allow free movement within the bubble.

Bali Tourism reopening demanded

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Bali creates travel bubbles with China South Korea Japan & Australia

Bali creates travel bubbles

Bali tourist attraction Canidasa, Image TA

Bali is seeking to create “travel bubbles” with China, South Korea, Japan & Australia which are known for their achievements in handling the COVID-19 outbreak, as the nation enters its so-called new normal period.

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The term “travel bubble”, or “travel corridor”, refers to an agreement in which countries succeeding in containing the outbreak open their borders to each other from july 4 th 2020 to allow free movement within the bubble. The Office of the Coordinating Maritime Affairs and Investment Minister’s undersecretary for tourism and the creative economy, Oto Manuhutu, said his office was discussing the matter with the Foreign Ministry as well as the Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry. The four countries were chosen because many tourists and foreign investors in Indonesia come from those countries Despite the plan, he added that business people would probably be the first and only ones to travel to and from those countries in the near future. “Hopefully, tourists will gradually follow to visit [Indonesia] after the investors. Oto went on to say that the Foreign Ministry was discussing the requirements for travel bubbles before signing agreements with the four countries.

The travel bubbles would open two to four weeks after the agreements are signed while taking into consideration health, security and technical aspects,” said Oto. Experts have said that the government’s move to ease COVID-19 restrictions might worsen conditions, as the country has yet to reach its peak in the epidemiological curve.

Bali creates travel bubbles

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Lion Air resumes flights from June 10 th

Lion Air resumes flights from June 10 th 2020 only for domestic scheduled passenger services and fulfil  the requirements needed to travel during the Covid-19 pandemic. Published and circulated circular letter No. 7 year 2020 concerning the criteria of the travel requirements of persons in the period of adaptation of new habits to the productive and safe Society Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19), rearranging the conditions to be fulfilled by each prospective passenger when traveling by airplane, which is simpler. According to the circular letter, prospective passengers only need proof of health tests such as PCR or Rapid Test and or medical certificate.

For the prospective passengers of Lion Air Group who will travel from 10 June 2020 to notice the following things:

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If the health test is used Rapid Test, then the validity period is 3 days, or if the health test is used Reverse Transcription – Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR), then the validity period is 7 days, or
If both of the above test methods are not available in the original area, then the prospective passengers should get influenza symptom-free certificate such (influenza-like illness) from a hospital doctor/Puskesmas.
Therefore, Lion Air Group passengers pay attention to the validity period of the medical documents.

Lion Air Group requires and asks prospective passengers to comply with Lion Air Group’s terms of flight, such as:

Arriving early at the departure terminal four (4) hours before departure. Domestic Lion Air Group
flights remain at Terminal 2E and internationally at Terminal 3 of Soekarno-Hatta International
Airport, Tangerang. For other airports operating remained in the same terminal.
Show valid ID card (KTP or other ID),
Wearing mask before the flight, while on the plane until landing and on arrival and exit from the airport,
Wash your hands with soap or use a hand sanitizer,
Following the secure distance rules (physical distancing) in the airport terminal,
Maintaining cleanliness while on board,
Follow the flight crew directions.
To the prospective passengers can buy tickets (issued ticket), such as:

Lion Air Group’s head office and ticket sales branch office in all cities in Indonesia,
Lion Air Group Official site www.lionair.co.id ; www.batikair.com ,
The mobile apps of Lion Air and Batik Air (the purchase of Wings Air tickets can also be accessed through the website and application),Customer contact Service (call center) 021-6379 8000 and 0804-177-8899,
Travel Agency Partners (travel tour) and Online Travel Agent (OTA).
The flight implementation of Lion Air Group is still running health protocol, with the expectation that every operation fulfill the elements of safety, security (safety first) and in an effort does not lead to the spread of Covid-19.

Selamat Hari Pramugari dan Pramugara Internasional. Terima kasih kepada seluruh awak kabin kami yang selalu bekerja tanpa mengenal lelah.

Posted by Lion Air Group on Sunday, May 31, 2020

Lion Air resumes flights

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