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Purpose: The aim of this paper is to address the challenges faced by Travel Agencies in Indonesia due to the significant decrease in the tourism sector caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The paper aims to find a solution for Travel Agencies, particularly in terms of capital.

Research methods: The paper utilizes a mixed-method research approach. The descriptive analysis method with a qualitative approach is employed to describe and summarize the current situation and conditions that Travel Agencies are facing. It also involves analyzing regulations related to the industry. Additionally, a quantitative method is used to gather information from travel agency business actors through the completion of a questionnaire.

Results and discussion: The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a significant decrease in the tourism sector in Indonesia, particularly affecting Travel Agencies, which face challenges due to suspended operational activities and a reliance on tourist visit transactions.

Implication: To address the capital needs of Travel Agencies and support their recovery, utilizing the government's national economic recovery program, including options like interest subsidies and credit restructuring at banks, is crucial.


soft loan, economic policy, travel agencies, tourism, Covid-19.

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Meinarni, N. P. S., Thalib, E. F., Manurung, E. A. P., Wijaya, B. K., & Winatha, K. R. (2023). Supporting the Recovery of Travel Agencies in Bali through Softloan. Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, 4(2), 126-135.


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