Tomorrow, Indonesia-Singapore Travel Bubble Trial Begins

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – The Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno, confirmed that travel bubble between Indonesia and Singapore will be piloted on January 24, 2022.

“After we conclude, then on January 24 the scheme travel bubble for Batam-Bintan will be operated,” said Sandiaga in a press release Saturday (23/1/2022).

This decision was taken after Sandiaga attended the discussion meeting travel bubble at Angsana Hotel, Bintan, Riau Islands, Friday (21/1/2022), as well as reviewing two zones travel bubble in Riau Islands, namely Nongsa, Batam and Lagoi, Bintan.

Later, the itinerary travel bubble This will be included in the Circular Letter to be issued by the Covid-19 Handling Task Force.

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“We ask for the support of the community and the tourism and creative economy industry players to comply with the Health protocol, including integration with PeduliLindung,” said Sandiaga.

According to Sandiaga, foreign tourists from Singapore have very strategic prospects in an effort to revive the national economy and tourism, especially in the Riau Islands.

Safe travel bubble tourism We have prepared the Riau Islands for more than a year with the Governor and at this time we can convey that Lagoi and Nongsa are very ready as bubble zone for Singaporean tourists,” said Sandiaga.

With trial travel bubble In this case, Sandiaga hopes that it will open up the widest possible employment opportunities. In addition, it also gives a positive signal that Indonesia is able to handle the Covid-19 pandemic well and under control.

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