Latest Situation in Bali from 3-20 July 2021 - Jul 02, 2021
Emergency restrictions are now in place for Bali from July 3-20.
All flights into Bali will require a PCR test - Jun 29, 2021
Bali Governor I Wayan Koster has stated that begining Thursday, June 30, 2021 domestic air passengers entering the resort island of Bali, via Ngurah Rai International Airport are required to carry COVID-19 negative PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test results.
Current Situation Update in Bali - Jun 23, 2021
Amid a recent surge in COVID-19 cases in Indonesia, of which Bali has also seen an increase in numbers, Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno has stated the following in the press conference on Tuesday, "The plan to open Bali to tourists will continue. but it must consider the latest situation related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stepping Up in the reopening push - Jun 11, 2021
Bali Hotels Association steps up in reopening push with vaccination, safety and education drives.
Despite an unknown date, all hands are involved in turning this dream to reality — putting safety and vaccinations at the top of the tourism reopening agenda.
Work from Bali - Jun 05, 2021
The Indonesian government plans to introduce a "Work From Bali" scheme for civil servants aimed at helping to revive the island's battered economy.
Vaccination Program in Bali Continues - Jun 02, 2021
The Government's free vaccination program in Bali continues. With just over 32% of the target in Bali, have received both vaccinations.
Plan to open Bali to International tourism is on track. - May 30, 2021
Indonesia declares Bali, Bintan, and Batam will reopen their international tourism industry in July
BHA supports the calls for Bali to be exempted from the announced mudik ban. - Apr 22, 2021
In a letter delivered to the Bali Tourism Government officials this week, that addressed the concern of 157 member hotels and resorts regarding the impact of the National Indonesian Government announcement to ban sea, land, air and rail travel from 6-17 May 2021 over the Eid festival. While the intention of the mudik ban is meant to prevent the further spread of the virus, the ban itself will have a very profound affect to all facets of the community in Bali. Businesses will face closure, unemployment will rise, and negative knock-on effects will be inevitable.
Sleeve Up, We Are All In This Together. - Mar 29, 2021
Bali Hotels Association are fully supporting the Indonesian Government's vaccination program with the Bali Is My Life #sleeveup campaign. Bali Hotels Association has encouraged and supported member hotels and resorts who have signed up to be vaccination sites. We are all in this together is the message we continue to want to send out.
Vaccine Program Underway in Bali - Mar 18, 2021
Last month Bali Hotels Association met with members to discuss how we could assist the Government vaccination program. Our member hotels are already practicing cleanliness and safety protocols in accordance with the industry-wide ‘CHSE’ program, as well as the staff are already trained to consistently carry out these functions.