It was one of Indonesia’s most popular holiday destinations until, of course, the COVID-19 pandemic swept the world.
Prior to the outbreak, over a million Australians and Kiwis visited the island each year for beachside holidays and luxurious resort stays on the cheap.
But without the tourists, there have been growing fears on how Bali will survive the global coronavirus pandemic given how much the region relies on global tourism.
In February, even before the impact of coronavirus took hold globally, Indonesia tourist arrivals plunged by a staggering 28.9 per cent – the lowest the region has seen in nearly four years.
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