Domestic tourists at Bali’s international airport. They have flocked to the island in December, and the island is busier than at any time during the pandemic. Photo: Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
Domestic tourists at Bali’s international airport. They have flocked to the island in December, and the island is busier than at any time during the pandemic. Photo: Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

What pandemic? In Bali, the clubs and beaches are packed as tourists flock to the island for their holidays again, despite Omicron

  • Despite official numbers suggesting only 45 foreigners have visited Bali this year, the island is busier than ever thanks to a large number of domestic tourists
  • If it weren’t for the masks, there would be no visible signs of the pandemic – ‘It’s like everyone has just stopped worrying about Covid-19,’ says one expat

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Domestic tourists at Bali’s international airport. They have flocked to the island in December, and the island is busier than at any time during the pandemic. Photo: Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
Domestic tourists at Bali’s international airport. They have flocked to the island in December, and the island is busier than at any time during the pandemic. Photo: Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
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