- Bali establishing ‘green zones’ where international tourists could freely visit
- Move coincides with lower Covid case numbers and Indonesia vaccine rollout
- Non-essential international travel is banned for Australians since March 2020
- While there is no set date to lift this ban, travel bubbles have been discussed
Australian tourists could soon be welcomed back to Bali as the popular holiday destination plans ‘green zones’ open to travel on the island.
The government and health authorities are formulating areas where both domestic and foreign tourists will be able to holiday, Bali governor Wayan Koster said on Tuesday.
Other Indonesian ministers have also brought up the prospect of the designated free-travel areas in some parts of the island – specifically mentioning Nusa Dua, Ubud, Kuta, and Nusa Penida.