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SINGAPORE - After its tourism industry was badly hit by the pandemic, Bali is once again open to the world.

Tourists are quickly returning to its beaches, villas and cafes. Hotels are gearing up for yet more visitor arrivals in the second half of the year. June to August - winter in Australia, one of Bali's biggest tourism markets - will likely bring more crowds.

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