Currently, most parts of Indonesia are entering the transition phase, an adaptation period towards the new normal. A new phase where several activities resume with less boundaries. Moments of slowly restarting the economy with the ease of restrictions in some public areas.
The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy introduced InDOnesia CARE, a symbol of support for Indonesia’s strong effort in implementing the cleanliness, health, safety, and environmental sustainability protocols across the tourism industry as mandatory precautions. All to assure travelers that InDOnesia CARE for your safety, health, hygiene and comfort.
InDOnesia CARE is an initiative for Indonesia’s tourism establishment which implements cleanliness, health, safety, and environmental sustainability as first and foremost priority. InDOnesia CARE embodies the collective enthusiasm of Indonesian people that committed to care for others wellbeing wholeheartedly while also implementing contactless practice for mutual safety with high discipline.
InDOnesia CARE symbol highlighted “I DO CARE” to emphasize that Indonesia highly regards the cleanliness, health, safety, and environmental sustainability of its visitors.
Several customized InDOnesia CARE protocols were prepared to be implemented well across the tourism and creative economy elements as an effort to elevate travelers comfort amidst the new normal transition period. Cleanliness, health, safety, and environmental sustainability are InDOnesia CARE main priorities with the hope of gaining support from visitors as they grow into wiser travelers.
Find the latest information on InDOnesia CARE in customized booklets, informative articles and tutorial videos highlighting diverse sectors in tourism and creative economy. All information available on the InDOnesia CARE page will be regularly updated to guide you on your future travel planning during this new normal transition period. InDOnesia CARE for your comfortable visit.
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