Bali could build a better kind of tourism after the pandemic


By AGENCY

A different approach may now be needed to save the tourism industry in Indonesia’s top destination, Bali. — AFP Relaxnews

Covid-19 has hit tourism-reliant destinations hard. The Indonesian island of Bali, for example, where 70% of the population depend on tourism, has seen extensive job and income losses since it closed its borders in April.

The economic impact so far has been greater than that of the Bali bombings of 2002, with losses of around 9.7 trillion rupiah (RM2.74bil) a month.

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