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Articles presented on Welcome Back To Bali are reviewed regularly by our editorial team to ensure that the content is up to date and accurate.Read More...
Further Restrictions on Foreigners Entering Indonesia
Officially announced on 21st July, by the Ministry of Law and Human Rights regulation number 27 of 2021 concerning restrictions on foreigners entering Indonesia during the enforcement period of the emergency restrictions ( PPKMRead More...
COVID-19 General Health Advice for Travellers
Travel within the Indonesian and Bali has been restricted due to domestic regulations to control the spread of COVID-19. We recommended if you experience any symptoms while in Bali you seek medical attention and follow the health protocols.Read More...
Bali is My Life
The people of Bali invite you to experience the pleasure of their island... Our lastest 2020 video campaignRead More...
Enjoy Our Island - a video campaign
For those who are dreaming to travel and enjoy Bali, for those that can’t quite get here right now, and for those that will visit in the future, Bali is prepared to welcome you back.Read More...
What we all need to do to keep safe
Since people can spread the virus before they know they are sick, it is important to stay at least 6 feet away from others when possible, even if you—or they—do not have any symptoms. Social distancing is important for people who are at higher risk
Wear a Mask
Masks are a simple barrier to help prevent your respiratory droplets from reaching others. Studies show that masks reduce the spray of droplets when worn over the nose and mouth. You should wear a mask, even if you do not feel sick.
With COVID-19 transmission mainly spreading between people through direct, indirect (through contaminated objects or surfaces), or close contact with infected people, washing hands with soap and running water is of critical importance.