Sumary of Bali reopens to tourists from 19 countries – but no flights are running:
- Bali officially reopened to international visitors today, allowing fully vaccinated travellers from 19 countries to enter – but with no international flights operating into its airport.
- In a statement on Wednesday night, Indonesian authorities confirmed the list of countries, which includes China, India, Japan, France and New Zealand, but not the UK.Tourists from Australia – one of the biggest markets for travel to Bali – also remain barred.
- The island’s Ngurah Rai Airport has carried out simulations to practice receiving international tourists, but so far no flights into the island have been scheduled.
- “We’re ready and waiting for international flights,” airport spokesman Taufan Yudhistira told France 24. “But so far there’s nothing scheduled today.