Indonesia, Singapore Resumed acceptance of tourists 2 islands including Batam

Summary by Ground News
Indonesia opens up two island close to Singapore to visitors from the city-state. Move follows Indonesia's reopening of its holiday island Bali to foreign tourists in October. Singaporeans can visit Batam and Bintan islands approximately 15 km (9.32 miles) and 30 km away.
4 months ago·Batam, Indonesia

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Reuters

Indonesia, Singapore Resumed acceptance of tourists 2 islands including Batam

[Jakarta, 24th Reuters] --The Indonesian government announced on the 24th that it has resumed accepting tourists from Indonesia on Batam Island and Bintan Island, which are close to Singapore. You must have been vaccinated against the new coronavirus, have a negative test result, and have insurance. Before the spread of the new corona infection, both islands were popular tourist destinations in Singapore.

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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The Star Kuala Lumpur

Indonesia reopens islands to Singaporean tourists

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia opened up two islands close to Singapore to visitors from the city-state on Monday, officials said, as part of calibrated moves to reboot its tourism sector while controlling the spread of COVID-19. Read full story

4 months ago·Malaysia
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OAN

Indonesia reopens islands to Singaporean tourists

January 24, 2022 (refiles to add dropped S in “islands” paragraph 1)JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesia opened up two islands close to Singapore to visitors from the city-state on Monday, officials said, as part of calibrated moves to reboot its tourism sector while controlling the spread of COVID-19. Singaporeans can visit Batam and Bintan islands approximately 15 km (9.32 miles) and 30 km away respectively providing they are vaccinated against C…

4 months ago·San Diego, United States
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The Jakarta Post

Batam, Bintan reopened for Singaporean tourists

Singaporeans can visit Batam and Bintan islands approximately 15 km (9.32 miles) and 30 km away respectively providing they are vaccinated against COVID-19, they undergo tests and have insurance coverage, authorities said.

4 months ago·Jakarta, Indonesia
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