Bali hoteliers skeptical of surviving until 2021

Bali hoteliers skeptical of surviving until 2021



Bali hoteliers skeptical of surviving until 2021


Bali hoteliers are doubtful of the odds of weathering through the COVID-19 pandemic before the next year, mentioning the slow effect of domestic tourism so far."With four or five months [to proceed ], we're uncertain how the tourism sector in Bali can endure to the start of 2021," I Produced Ramia Adnyana, deputy leader of the Indonesian Hotel General Manager Association at Bali, explained.  

Indonesia seems set to continue to keep its borders closed for the remainder of this calendar year, meaning no incoming overseas tourists.  The government has instead said it will concentrate on the capacity of national tourism to revive the market and tourism market. 

Although the island began welcoming national tourists on July 31 following months of traveling limitations, Made said that the reopening has yet to lead to"substantial impact to hotel occupancies in Bali."On the Aug. 20 long weekend, Produced said Bali received approximately 4,900 visitors. Since it is, the amount pales compared to over 100,000 hotel rooms around the island.   

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