No Love Here: Honeymooners Shun Bali amid Coronavirus Pandemic

December 8, 2020, 11.11 PM
The number of couples that opted to honeymoon in Bali has decreased significantly during the coronavirus pandemic. shutterstockThe number of couples that opted to honeymoon in Bali has decreased significantly during the coronavirus pandemic.

KOMPAS.com – The number of couples that opted to honeymoon in Bali has decreased significantly during the coronavirus pandemic.

Currently, Indonesia’s ultimate tourist destination has become a favorite among families.

“Villas which in the past piqued the interest of couples opting for a Bali honeymoon have now become viewed as a safe place to vacation,” said Subali Adi Putra, General Manager of Sanctoo Suites & Villas in Gianyar.

This shift, propelled by the coronavirus pandemic, has made travelers appreciate villas as a place to relax without coming into contact with other individuals.

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Furthermore, the locations of villas are typically separated, offering more personal facilities as evidenced by exclusive pools per villa rather than a public swimming pool.

“Outside of the facilities being offered, travelers’ utmost priorities are on safety and security amid the Covid-19 pandemic,” said Subadi.

Subadi added that at Sanctoo Suites & Villas, the company applies health protocols such as checking the body temperatures of guests and providing several handwashing stations and hand sanitizer dispensers in public spaces.

Read also: 425 Hotels in Bali Certified for Compliant with Covid-19 Health Protocols

Regular disinfection of public areas is also implemented as is requiring staff and guests to wear face masks.

Thus, while couples who have chosen to honeymoon in Bali have dropped, the island’s hotel industry players remain committed to prioritizing the health and safety of its guests by adopting practices that focus on cleanliness, health, safety, and the environment.

(Writer & Editor: Anggara Wikan Prasetya)

Source: https://travel.kompas.com/read/2020/12/06/091448127/pandemi-covid-19-kurangi-jumlah-pasangan-bulan-madu-di-bali 



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