The Ngurah Rai Worldwide Airport in Bali recorded as many as 31 worldwide vacationers arriving on the Island of the Gods yesterday and acquiring visas on arrival (VOA). The quantity was a fourfold improve in comparison with the seven foreigners who had been granted VOA on Monday.
“From the Jetstar Asia Airways [flight 3K-243] Singapore-Denpasar route there have been [a total of] 12 overseas residents, whereas from the Singapore Airways [flight SQ-944] there have been 26 overseas residents,” Jamaruli Manihuruk, who heads the Bali workplace of the Ministry of Regulation and Human Rights, mentioned.
The numerous improve was a breath of contemporary air for tourism in Bali, added Jamaruli, who hoped the reintroduction of VOA might revitalize the island’s tourism after a two-year battle because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The passengers of the Singapore Airways’ flight SQ-944 who obtained VOA included 4 Australian residents, two Canadians, three French residents, three German residents, three Malaysians, one Singapore citizen, 5 UK residents, and 5 residents of the US.
The 23 nationalities listed as eligible for VOA for now embrace Singapore, Australia, the US, Netherlands, Brunei, the Philippines, the UK, Italy, Japan, Germany, Cambodia, Canada, South Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, France, Qatar, New Zealand, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, and Vietnam.