Travelers walk through the international arrivals hall at Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar, Bali, on Feb. 16, 2022, after a Singapore Airlines flight arrived following a nearly two-year break due to COVID-19.(AFP/Sonny Tumbelaka)
Dio Suhenda and Divya Karyza (The Jakarta Post)
Jakarta ● Wed, March 23, 2022
The government further eased restrictions in many areas in Java and Bali and waived quarantine for all fully vaccinated foreign arrivals entering the country starting on Tuesday, as daily coronavirus cases have dropped more than 90 percent from a mid-February peak.
Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno said the new travel policy was expected to help revive the country’s tourism industry and create new economic opportunities for locals.
“The quarantine-free international entry policy will be expanded throughout Indonesia, requiring only entry PCR tests,” he said during a weekly press briefing on Monday.