Finally, Japanese Tourists Come to Bali Again
Japanese tourists came to Bali after two years of absence due to the covid-19 pandemic. This marks the revival of Bali tourism since the case of the coronavirus spread in Indonesia. It is enough to make the Balinese people feel happy because tourism is getting back on track. Bali Rise, Tourism Rise. This is the hope of the Balinese working in the tourism sector. They are tired of dealing with situations like this because tourism has been sluggish for years. And in fact, many companies are closing and repatriating their employees.
On the other hand, the Indonesian government has opened direct international flights to Bali since February 3, 2022. Garuda Indonesia opened direct flights from Narita to Bali and brought groups of Japanese tourists. Meanwhile, Singapore airline plans to reopen Singapore – Bali flights starting February 16, 2022. Of course, this will significantly affect tourism in Bali and give a lot of hope to the Balinese people.
The Awakening of Bali Tourism
When Garuda Airlines first landed at Denpasar Airport from Narita, Japanese tourists were seen leaving the airport door. This is the first Japanese tourist to arrive in Bali since the Covid-19 outbreak in Indonesia. Balinese people and local officials were pleased to welcome these tourists, and they immediately underwent quarantine at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Nusa Dua.
The arrival of Japanese tourists in Bali is a green light for the revival of Bali tourism. This is a positive development for Bali’s economic resurgence after it slumped two years ago. However, the government and Balinese people remain vigilant over the spread of the Coronavirus, especially the Omicron variant. Meanwhile, the government has emphasized that the Balinese people must be disciplined in implementing health protocols to prevent the spread of this virus.
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Japanese Tourists Come to Bali, Who’s Next?
The government continues to take strategic steps to revive Bali’s economy. Opening international flights is a bold step when the virus spreads, especially the Omicron variant. However, the government and the Balinese have been disciplined in implementing health protocols to limit the spread of the virus.
Japanese tourists come to Bali; who’s next? The Indonesian government has also approved direct flights from Singapore to Bali. Singapore Airlines has taken the initiative to open direct flights. Of course, Asian tourists, especially Singaporeans, come to Bali for holidays. This is very good for reviving Bali’s economy, which has slumped.
We cannot deny that Bali is very dependent on the tourism sector. The revival of tourism will boost Bali’s economy. Currently, hotels, restaurants, pubs, bars, and other tourist attractions have begun to take steps. This will undoubtedly call back their staffs that have been home since they closed their business.