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Asia/Singapore Wednesday, 28th February 2024
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Indonesia places Bali and Java under two-week lockdown

The Indonesian government will tighten restrictions across parts of Java and Bali islands for two weeks starting July 3, to curb a surge in...

Fresh relief booster for Indonesia’s tourism industry sparks mixed trade reactions

The Indonesian government has rolled out a 60 billion rupiah (US$4.2 million) incentive package to the pandemic-hit tourism sector, triple the amount of a...

Indonesia tightens security at tourist spots in wake of terror attacks

Indonesia will persist in its efforts to prepare for the reopening of Bali, Batam and Bintan to international travellers, despite the recent terrorist attacks...

Bali plays host to live event for ITB Berlin NOW 2021

Indonesian sellers who took part in the recently-concluded virtual ITB Berlin NOW 2021 convened in a live meeting held in Bali, which was hosted...

Indonesia unveils Covid-19 screening tool to support safe travels

Indonesian tourism stakeholders have welcomed the launch of GeNose (Gadjah Mada Electronic Nose) C19, a Covid-19 detection tool, which will help facilitate safe travel. The...

Travel bubble with Indonesia a ray of hope for M’sia inbound...

Malaysia and Indonesia have agreed in principle to implement the reciprocal green lane scheme to facilitate bilateral travel, pending approval by health authorities in...

Jakarta returns to partial lockdown as Covid surge strains healthcare system

The Jakarta city government will reimpose large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) across the capital city starting Monday (September 14), following a spike in the number...

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...

New virus fears cloud Indonesia’s tourism reopening

As Indonesia readies to reopen parts of its economy under strict health protocols, the travel trade is battling feelings of anxiety, fearing that the...

Indonesian zoos cry for gov’t aid as food, funds run dry

Temporarily-shuttered Indonesian zoos are struggling to afford animal feed, as well as ensure business continuity, as the coronavirus lockdown keeps visitors away. For now, Jawa...

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