Eyeing Phuket's sandbox scheme, Indonesia mulls over 'baby steps' for reopening Bali

A beach in Bali on Sept 23, 2021. Bali was among the first to go into lockdown in July.
A beach in Bali on Sept 23, 2021. Bali was among the first to go into lockdown in July.PHOTO: EPA-EFE

BALI - Indonesia's tourism minister is advocating "baby steps" towards reopening Bali to foreign holidaymakers, with a formal decision by the government likely as early as Thursday (Sept 30).

"My recommendation is that we move cautiously," Mr Sandiaga Uno, told The Straits Times in an interview on Tuesday.

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