Indonesia announces travel bubble for visitors from S'pore to enter Batam & Bintan

24/1/2022 11:08:00 AM

Travellers can only interact with people in the bubble.

Indonesia announces travel bubble for visitors from S'pore to enter Batam & Bintan

Travellers can only interact with people in the bubble.

RequirementsThe Indonesian Covid-19 task force also distributed a circular on the set of requirements for travellers from Singapore to enter Batam and Bintan,Temporeported.Those travelling to Batam can enter via the Nongsapura International Ferry Terminal and proceed to the travel bubble location at Nongsa Sensation.

As for travellers to Bintan, they need to enter from Bintan Telani Ferry Terminal and make their way to Lagoi Bintan Resort.Travellers would need to show their visa to enter the islands and proof of confirmation and payment of their travel bubble package to Lagoi Bintan Resort areas or Nongsa Sensation in Batam.

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yes, but once you drop at those 2 terminal, you are not allowed to travel beyond that 2 places, Bintan, lagoi or batam, Nongsa..nothing out there.. Should have front-run before the VTLs and made a fortune but at this point who really cares? Asleep at the wheel once again… sethgerald Oh ini toh yg dibahas malam ini sama pak presiden di lagoi 😌😌

Yea man… urut time Remember the last time we had travel bubbles? time 4 me 2 eat chickens lioa

Indonesia to reopen Batam, Bintan to fully vaccinated Singapore travellersstraits_times Whatever test is needed, if it cost more than $30, don’t think one would want to make the trip unless one has family or friends there…😷 straits_times PCR tests on both sides? Might as well not bother.

Indonesia to allow fully vaccinated Singapore travellers to enter Batam, Bintan for leisureBINTAN - After two years of lull in tourism due to the coronavirus pandemic, the popular Indonesian holiday islands of Bintan and Batam are finalising plans to reopen their shores to leisure travellers from Singapore. Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Airlangga Hartarto on Monday (Jan 24) said the Indonesian government was now prepared to launch the travel bubble as the...

Indonesia to allow fully vaccinated Singapore travellers to enter Batam, Bintan for leisureBINTAN - After two years of lull in tourism due to the coronavirus pandemic, the popular Indonesian holiday islands of Bintan and Batam are finalising plans to reopen their shores to leisure travellers from Singapore. Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Airlangga Hartarto on Monday (Jan 24) said the Indonesian government was now prepared to launch the travel bubble as the...

Indonesia to reopen Batam, Bintan to fully vaccinated Singapore travellersstraits_times Whatever test is needed, if it cost more than $30, don’t think one would want to make the trip unless one has family or friends there…😷 straits_times PCR tests on both sides? Might as well not bother.

Indonesia reopens islands to Singaporean touristsIndonesia 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 COVID-19, they undergo tests and have insurance coverage, authorities said. The two islands were hugely popular vacation spots among Singaporeans prior to the pandemic.

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between Singapore and the Riau Islands as Covid-19 cases in Singapore"remains high".Copy to clipboard https://str.The Straits Times The Straits Times file, KTM Resort Batam, Bintan Lagoon Resort BINTAN - After two years of lull in tourism due to the coronavirus pandemic, the popular Indonesian holiday islands of Bintan and Batam are finalising plans to reopen their shores to leisure travellers from Singapore.The Straits Times The Straits Times file, KTM Resort Batam, Bintan Lagoon Resort BINTAN - After two years of lull in tourism due to the coronavirus pandemic, the popular Indonesian holiday islands of Bintan and Batam are finalising plans to reopen their shores to leisure travellers from Singapore.

Requirements The Indonesian Covid-19 task force also distributed a circular on the set of requirements for travellers from Singapore to enter Batam and Bintan, Tempo reported. Those travelling to Batam can enter via the Nongsapura International Ferry Terminal and proceed to the travel bubble location at Nongsa Sensation. Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Airlangga Hartarto on Monday (Jan 24) said the Indonesian government was now prepared to launch the travel bubble as the Covid-19 cases on the two islands are under control. As for travellers to Bintan, they need to enter from Bintan Telani Ferry Terminal and make their way to Lagoi Bintan Resort. "The Indonesian government is encouraging the establishment of travel bubble between Batam, Bintan and Singapore. Travellers would need to show their visa to enter the islands and proof of confirmation and payment of their travel bubble package to Lagoi Bintan Resort areas or Nongsa Sensation in Batam. "The Indonesian government is encouraging the establishment of travel bubble between Batam, Bintan and Singapore. Travellers are required to show digital or physical proof of their Covid-19 vaccination..

They should be vaccinated at least 14 days before departure.. This would help spur tourism," Mr Airlangga said. According to the government circular, tourists coming in are required to show a negative PCR test taken a maximum of three days before departure. They are also required to register with Indonesia's E-HAC digital health service and download PeduliLindungi and BluePass apps while they are in the travel bubble zone. He did not give a date they were working towards for the reopening. Travellers are also required to have health insurance of at least S$30,000 to cover the cost of Covid-19 treatment and medical expenses. Under the arrangement, travellers from Singapore are allowed to enter Indonesia via Nongsapura ferry terminal in Batam and Bandar Bentan Telani ferry terminal in Bintan. Follow and listen to our podcast here Top images via Bintan Resort Official/Instagram and Batam View Beach Resort/Facebook If you like what you read, follow us on . Under the arrangement, travellers from Singapore are allowed to enter Indonesia via Nongsapura ferry terminal in Batam and Bandar Bentan Telani ferry terminal in Bintan. They must be fully vaccinated and must have stayed in Singapore for at least 14 days prior to their arrival, according to a circular by Indonesia's Covid-19 task force.