Trikora beach at Bintan Island in Indonesia. The Indonesian resort islands of Bali, Bintan and Batam are planning to welcome back foreign tourists by the end of July. Photo: Shutterstock Trikora beach at Bintan Island in Indonesia. The Indonesian resort islands of Bali, Bintan and Batam are planning to welcome back foreign tourists by the end of July. Photo: Shutterstock
Trikora beach at Bintan Island in Indonesia. The Indonesian resort islands of Bali, Bintan and Batam are planning to welcome back foreign tourists by the end of July. Photo: Shutterstock

Indonesia to reopen Bali, Bintan and Batam resort islands to foreign tourists by end of July, including from China, Singapore and India

  • Government also in talks with South Korea, the Netherlands and United Arab Emirates for potential travel bubbles allowing visitors to Indonesia’s so-called ‘green zones’
  • Slower-than-expected inoculation and fears of a resurgence in Covid-19 cases could, however, throw a spanner in the works

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Trikora beach at Bintan Island in Indonesia. The Indonesian resort islands of Bali, Bintan and Batam are planning to welcome back foreign tourists by the end of July. Photo: Shutterstock Trikora beach at Bintan Island in Indonesia. The Indonesian resort islands of Bali, Bintan and Batam are planning to welcome back foreign tourists by the end of July. Photo: Shutterstock
Trikora beach at Bintan Island in Indonesia. The Indonesian resort islands of Bali, Bintan and Batam are planning to welcome back foreign tourists by the end of July. Photo: Shutterstock
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