Despite no recorded cases, Bali tourism still catches cold

When Ketut Suarsa Dipa, 41, heard about an outbreak caused by a new strain of coronavirus in China in January, he was

Tanah Lot Cancels Increasing of Tickets Prices 

The impact of the Coronavirus spread on the decline in tourist visits was recognized as quite significant.

The Number of Tourists that Arrived to Bali Grew in January

I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport - Bali recorded as many as 540 thousand foreign tourists entering Bali via a

600 Chinese Citizens Extend Permits in Bali Amid Virus Fears

More than 600 Chinese nationals have extended their stays in Bali amid fears of the coronavirus outbreak in China, se

Why are There no Reported Cases of Coronavirus in Indonesia?

Nearly a month after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the coronavirus outbreak a global health emergency,

All hotels where 'Jin' stayed are free of coronavirus

The Bali Health Agency has declared "coronavirus-free" the three hotels where a Chinese tourist who reportedly tested

Tourism Office Asks for Discounted Airplane Tickets

Head of the Bali Provincial Tourism Office I Putu Astawa, requested a special discount plane tickets to Bali in order

Corona's Positive Chinese Tourist was Infected After a Holiday

Minister of Health Terawan Agus Putranto confirmed that a Chinese tourist who was infected by corona virus (Covid-19)

Bali Expects 82 Billion Loss As Corona Virus Hits Tourism

The outbreak of the 2019-nCoV virus or coronavirus in China directly hit the Bali tourism sector.

61 Chinese tourists in Bali depart for Wuhan

A flight chartered by the Chinese Consulate-General picked up 61 Chinese nationals from Bali’s Ngurah Rai Internation

Indonesia bars entry to visitors from China amid evacuation protest

Indonesia barred entry to visitors who have been in China for 14 days over concern about coronavirus on Sunday, Febru

The Fate of Chinese Tourists in Bali

The number of Chinese tourists who are still in Bali at the moment is estimated at 3,000-4,000 people.

With Chinese Gone From Bali Beaches, Indonesian Tourism Gets Hit

With Indonesia suspending visas to Chinese citizens in the wake of the outbreak of the deadly novel coronavirus, the