Indonesia’s holiday island of Bali reopened to foreign tourists after 18 months of pandemic hiatus on Thursday, but the island is lacking one crucial ingredient: international flights.
The government recently announced Bali’s reopening after a sharp fall in coronavirus cases since July, when Indonesia was Asia’s COVID-19 epicentre.
But new visitors from overseas were nowhere to be seen on Thursday.
Though the island’s Ngurah Rai international airport has carried out e….. Read More On: Cyprus Mail
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