Hotelbeds has announced a preferred partnership with RedDoorz expanding its portfolio in Southeast Asia.
BALI’S major tourism stakeholders have pulled together to create the biggest tourism campaign in the history of the island - ‘Back to Bali’.
Indonesia’s minister for tourism and cultural economy, Sandiaga Uno said that even domestic travellers to Bali will now be required to have a PCR test before entering
Garuda Indonesia has shed more light on its operating circumstances, including on the skeletal fleet it is operating amid the coronavirus pandemic, as well as measures taken to cut costs.
Acclaimed development company’s new Selo Footprints website highlights small Indonesian businesses as part of its community-focused approach
Indonesia plans to re-open borders in July 2021, with destinations including Bali, Batam and Bintan serving as 'locomotive' regions to kickstart tourism
Bali aims to reopen the island to foreign tourists by end of July by speeding up vaccination rollout in the place.
MG Group has strengthened its partnership with Radisson Hotel Group.
Passengers from Indonesia can now visit the UAE under the Safe Travel Corridor Arrangement (STCA) between the two countries
MG Group has announced direct connectivity with OYO INDONESIA.
Bali’s reopening is within the horizon as the resort island ramped up its vaccination roll out inoculating hospitality workers.
Bali’s vice governor has proposed the establishment of a travel corridor for vaccinated travellers.
With a long-standing commitment to generate alternative income for the communities they work with, Discova has unveiled a new project to support the local communities of the region in Bali
Park Hotel Group, a hospitality company in Asia Pacific, has announced the launch of Room For Trees programme in partnership with Eden Reforestation Projects (Eden)
Catapulted into fame by the best-selling novel-turned-film Eat, Pray, Love, Bali has been viewed as an idyllic place and a utopia for foreign travellers.
For almost a year now, local businesses in the island of Bali are struggling to survive due to the sharp drop of international arrivals. Australian and Chinese tourists are top foreign…
If you will ask United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), it thinks that the world-renowned island Bali is ready to welcome international tourists before Christmas.