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Domestic and foreign tourists alike will have to fork out US$260 to set foot on two of the area’s three largest islands.
Officials are planning to raise the price of an entry ticket for foreigners to US$100, while capping tourist numbers at 1,200 per day.
Southeast Asia’s biggest country has finally followed in the footsteps of neighboring Malaysia and Singapore.
To stimulate tourism, authorities have reopened four more airports to international flights.
Previously timed for April 1, the broader reopening of Southeast Asia’s largest nation has just been brought forward.
Quarantines have been dropped, while visitors coming in from 23 countries can now apply for visas on arrival.
The quarantine-free scheme will also be extended to Bali, Penang, and cities across India.
Indonesia is also simplifying the e-visa application process for foreign tourists.
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