Marta Pascual Juanola – At this time of the year, Jimbaran local Yeny Fita Wulandari would usually be run off her feet, juggling jobs in a busy spa and thriving tour business in Poppies
Tourism & Hospitality
November 23, 2020
Jakarta – The Indonesian government is currently pursuing various efforts to revive tourism, including allocating Rp 14.4 trillion (US$972.6 million) for businesses and issuing cleanlin
November 17, 2020
Jakarta – Visit Wonderful Indonesia (VIWI) Board, an umbrella organization for 18 tourism associations, has asked Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan not to extend public restrictions aimed
November 16, 2020
Mardika Parama, Jakarta – The Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry has introduced an integrated health, safety and security (3K) system to be implemented at the country's top 10 priori
Indonesia may have reported its record number of daily cases just a few days ago, but the crowds on Bali's beaches over the weekend may have you believe that COVID-19 in this part of th
November 13, 2020
Bali (Bloomberg) – Bali, the hardest-hit economy among Indonesia's provinces last quarter, is seeing a pick-up in activity as its governor continues debating when and how the island can
Jessica Washington, Syarina Hasibuan, Eliazar Ballo, Jakarta, Indonesia – In the centre of the vast Indonesian archipelago – hundreds of giant lizards roam Rinca Island.
Jakarta – As the national tourism has been idle for months amid global coronavirus lockdown, the Indonesian government has taken its time to improve safety standards in resort areas to
November 5, 2020
Jakarta – Villages, Disadvantaged Regions and Transmigration Minister Abdul Halim Iskandar will oversee the development of tourist destinations in four regencies of West Nusa Tenggara (
November 2, 2020
Jakarta – The Yogyakarta administration is set to conduct COVID-19 tests on tourism players and residents who have been in contact with travelers visiting the special region during the
Arya Dipa, Bandung – As many as 408 tourists have shown reactive results for coronavirus after the West Java administration conducted random COVID-19 rapid tests at 54 tourist destinati
November 1, 2020
Jakarta – Dozens of domestic tourists taking advantage of the long weekend from Wednesday to Sunday were found to be reactive after taking COVID-19 rapid tests as mobility jumps across
Jakarta – The Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry is set to revitalize hygiene facilities at several tourist sites in Bali in November.
October 31, 2020
Arya Dipa, Bandung – The West Java administration is carrying out randomized COVID-19 screening at 54 tourist destinations across 14 regencies and municipalities to contain transmission
October 29, 2020
Jakarta – The number of visitors on the resort island of Bali has doubled ahead of the long weekend at the turn of the month.
Jakarta – A long weekend is just around the corner, expected to begin with Prophet Muhammad's birthday on Oct. 29 and combined with collective leave days from Oct.
October 28, 2020
Jakarta – The regency of Bogor in West Java is gearing up for mass-testing of holidaymakers in a bid to curb COVID-19 transmission during the long weekend.
A. Muh. Ibnu Aqil, Jakarta – Why did the Komodo dragon cross the road?
October 27, 2020
Yudha Baskoro – Bali is among the hardest hit by the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, which has put global travels to a halt since March.
Jakarta – The current construction project on Rinca Island, East Nusa Tenggara, will not put the Komodo dragon population at risk, the Environment and Forestry Ministry has stated follo
October 26, 2020
Jakarta – Regions across the archipelago are gearing to welcome tourists for a long weekend at the end of the month while keeping the coronavirus at bay.
October 20, 2020
Jakarta – Representatives of the tourism industry in North Sumatra's Samosir regency, which includes a large portion of the Lake Toba area, oppose a local policy mandating the rapid tes
October 14, 2020
Mardika Parama, Jakarta – Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Wishnutama Kusubandio vowed on Tuesday to disburse a Rp 3.3 trillion (US$224 million) grant for tourism-related businesse
October 13, 2020
Mardika Parama, Jakarta – The government, along with businesses, need to reassure tourists of the health and the safety aspects of diving tourism to attract visitors after the COVID-19
October 12, 2020
Heru Andriyanto, Bali – Eighteen years ago today, twin bombings at two popular nightclubs devastated tourism industry in Bali, so severe that the Indonesian government moved nearly all