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Bali is set to reopen to international travelers this week.
According to USA Today, government officials announced that fully vaccinated international tourists will be able to enter Bali beginning on Friday.
In addition, the popular “bucket-list” destination will also cut its mandated quarantine period from seven days to five, however, even fully-vaccinated visitors must quarantine.
The move to open up once again to international visitors is vital for the idyllic island where tourism amounts to approximately 54 percent of its economy.
Singapore Airlines announced it will resume direct flights from Singapore to Bali on February 16.