An empty beach in Bali. The island saw a surge in domestic holidaymakers during a long weekend at the end of October, which lifted occupancy at luxury hotels to 30 per cent that week. Photo: Reuters An empty beach in Bali. The island saw a surge in domestic holidaymakers during a long weekend at the end of October, which lifted occupancy at luxury hotels to 30 per cent that week. Photo: Reuters
An empty beach in Bali. The island saw a surge in domestic holidaymakers during a long weekend at the end of October, which lifted occupancy at luxury hotels to 30 per cent that week. Photo: Reuters

Battered by coronavirus, Bali hopes for uptick in tourism over holiday season

  • Indonesia is grappling with the largest coronavirus outbreak in Southeast Asia and Bali’s tourism-reliant industries are bearing the brunt
  • As it debates opening up to international tourists, there are signs of a turnaround, with an increase in local travellers

Topic |   Indonesia
An empty beach in Bali. The island saw a surge in domestic holidaymakers during a long weekend at the end of October, which lifted occupancy at luxury hotels to 30 per cent that week. Photo: Reuters An empty beach in Bali. The island saw a surge in domestic holidaymakers during a long weekend at the end of October, which lifted occupancy at luxury hotels to 30 per cent that week. Photo: Reuters
An empty beach in Bali. The island saw a surge in domestic holidaymakers during a long weekend at the end of October, which lifted occupancy at luxury hotels to 30 per cent that week. Photo: Reuters
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