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Bali tourism operators get safety nod prior to reopening

As Bali prepares to welcome domestic tourists back, tourism players in the destination are required by authorities to obtain health and safety accreditation, as...

Komodo, Mount Rinjani among Indonesian attractions reopened

National parks and nature-based attractions across Indonesia are ready to welcome domestic tourists again, after three months of closure. Following the green light from the...

Indonesian OTAs launch new Covid-19 testing service, safety label

As attractions across Indonesia prepare to welcome back domestic tourists, two local OTAs are looking to restore traveller confidence and stimulate demand by easing...

Attractions in Indonesia scale up health response

Indonesian attractions and parks are rolling out flash deals and heightening safety measures to win back public confidence, as they ready for a reopening...

Ready for a reset

Indonesia is raring to bring tourism back to life, but in patient and calculated steps that take in new considerations around health, safety and traveller needs

Indonesian travel agencies, hotels ally to fight travel slump

As the Indonesian government starts to ease social restrictions in some cities, including Jakarta, a Covid-19 epicentre in Indonesia, hotels are partnering with travel...

Discounts needed to pave way to tourism recovery: Indonesian agents

Indonesian tour agents are urging local attractions to stimulate a rebound in tourism business with discounts and special deals, as the country moves to...

Indonesia suspends all passenger flights

The Indonesian government has temporarily suspended all commercial and chartered flights, following the decision to ban people from travelling to their hometowns during the...

Mount Merapi’s eruption prompts airport closure; businesses undisrupted

Adi Soemarmo International Airport in Surakarta (Solo), Central Java, was temporarily closed following yesterday's eruption of Mount Merapi, which stands on the border of...

Indonesia’s government earmarks US$21.5 million to lift tourism businesses

The Indonesia government has rolled out a range of incentives aimed at airlines, tour operators and tourist areas to combat the tourism slump. Indonesia’s minister...

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