Bali has banned foreign tourists for the rest of the year due to Covid-19 concerns.
The Indonesian island had planned to re-admit foreign tourists from 11 September, but has now reversed this decision.
Bali’s governor Wayan Koster said in an official letter that the situation “is not conducive” to allowing international visitors.
Koster said: “The central government supports plans to recover tourism by opening the doors for international tourists. However, this requires care, prudence, not to be rushed, and requires careful preparation."
No date for the re-opening to foreign visitors has been given.