Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago, with 18,307 islands there are just so many places to explore and discover. Some islands, however, are more worthy of exploration than others. Now, we’re not talking about the likes of Bali, Lombok, Komodo and Raja Ampat – these are pretty popular places already – wowshack.com want to show you some real hidden spots around the Nusantara so that you can enjoy your own secret getaway.
After two false starts, Australian visitors to Bali are finally set to get free entry with Indonesia announcing a new list of countries to be exempt from the $49 fee.
Well, your itineraries for the day were set. You just walked out of your vacation rental toward where the chauffeur was waiting when suddenly it started raining. Since all of your itineraries’ settings for the day were outdoor, you couldn’t help but to mutter some profanities.
The number of foreign tourists who take direct flight to Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) without stopping first in Bali, continues to soar. In August alone, there were 8,089 tourists from 11 countries visited Lombok.
Visitors to Bali over Christmas and the New Year can expect tighter security after six senior police officers were threatened by terror group ISIS.
Thousands of students from Australia are expected to come to Bali on this holiday season.
Tourism Minister Arief Yahya has pledged to boost the promotion and development of “halal tourism”, which has largely remained untapped, after the country took home three trophies from an international halal tourism awards.
The Indonesian tourism ministry has observed that until October 2015, the governments visa-free policy has significantly boosted foreign tourist arrivals from 30 out of the total 47 countries being offered the facility.
Deputy of Foreign Tourism Marketing Development I Gde Pitana says Indonesian tourism has been adjusted to attract as many tourists as possible from those countries. “We noticed their favorite, holidays in each of those countries, and their habits while on vacation,” he said on Monday, October 26.
The authoritative website www.indonesia.travel has confirmed that Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo has signed Presidential Decree No. 104 of 2015 extending short stay visa free facilities to the citizens of 75 countries traveling to Indonesia