Indonesia has announced six stadiums across the country to host matches in the final round of the tournament.
The Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, Sandiaga Uno announced that Bali will officially host the peak event of the 42nd World Tourism Day onSeptember27, 2022.
Ministry will focus on the development of MSMEs.
Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, Sandiaga Uno, said Indonesia is ready to welcome tourists, including digital travelers, who could work from anywhere.
"Discussion about visa for the digital nomads is in the final step."
Hotels were fully booked in the days ahead of the big religious day.
The creative hub is expected to become a center that will provide a wide range of services needed by industry players.
The Ministry also promotes this campaign by creating a program called Sapta Pesona that seeks to educate members of the public who reside nearby tourism areas to continuously create a safe and comfortable environment for tourists.
About 1.4 million Australians visited Indonesia in 2019, but the figure fell drastically since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cisaat is also an educational tourism village that has been visited by 1,254 tourists in 2016 and 1,850 tourists in 2019.
Head of health handling at the COVID-19 Task Force says the quarantine requirement will overlap with travel bubble that the Indonesian government and event organizers are planning to set up.
"If there are no preventive measures taken, this world heritage will continue to be damaged."
Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno said the international event must continue, but travel bubble mechanism that will be implemented to racers and officials is not to be questioned.
Indonesia introduces the Indonesia Spices up the World (ISUTW) campaign during the National Day Expo 2020 in Dubai to promote the country's rich spices and culinary.
The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy reveals three tourism villages that will represent Indonesia in the UNWTO Best Tourism Villages 2021.
Klawalu Mangrove Park, the first mangrove park in Papua, is designated to be the alternative to Raja Ampat.