June 22, 2020, 09.03 PM
An Indonesia and Malaysia travel bubble is being discussed and there is a strong interest in prioritizing North Sumatra?s Lake Toba and Aceh as destinations. ShutterstockAn Indonesia and Malaysia travel bubble is being discussed and there is a strong interest in prioritizing North Sumatra?s Lake Toba and Aceh as destinations.

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – An Indonesia-Malaysia travel bubble is being discussed and there is a strong interest in prioritizing North Sumatra’s Lake Toba and Aceh as destinations.

The Indonesia and Malaysia travel bubble would allow travel and free movement within the corridor. Those in the travel bubble will not be subject to self-isolation requirements.

Indonesia had earlier voiced its interest in establishing a travel bubble with China, South Korea, Japan, and Australia on June 12.

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Coordinating Maritime Affairs and Investment Ministry’s Undersecretary for Tourism and Creative Economy Odo R.M. Manuhutu said that Indonesia would start with business travelers.

The Indonesia-Malaysia travel bubble could only be implemented once the North Sumatra province receives the green zone status in the coronavirus pandemic fight.

A province in Indonesia that have received the green zone status such as Aceh can be included in the Indonesia and Malaysia travel bubble plans.

Should the Indonesia and Malaysia Travel Bubble with Aceh come to fruition, Director of Malaysia Tourism – Medan, Hisham, said that a standard operating procedure (SOP) from the Aceh authorities would be needed.

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The availability of the SOP depends on whether the Aceh government is willing to forge a travel bubble with Malaysia.

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