TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Bali Governor Wayan Koster stressed that tourist attractions on the Island of the Gods are allowed to accommodate tourists during the 2021 Christmas and New Year holidays.
“It can be opened according to predetermined health protocols. All are allowed to operate, no place is closed,” Koster told reporters in Gedung Gajah, Jayasabha, Denpasar on Tuesday, December 22, 2020.
According to Koster, the provincial tourism agency, regency or city agencies and the management of the tourist site shared a commitment to the tourism sector and had even prepared a certification for the protocols of the new era.
“We will certainly take action against [tourist site management] that are not compliant, “Koster pointed out.
In addition, Koster had ordered the head of the indigenous community agency in Bali to coordinate with a number of village officials who were opening tourist destinations, such as Kuta, Sanur and Ubud.
When asked to confirm issues indicating Bali will be open to foreign tourists from January 1, 2021, Koster said the provincial administration had made no decision as it was awaiting the outcome of the assessment in December. 2020.