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Trade backs levy move for Bali’s Nusa Penida to improve infrastructure

Bali's popular tourist islands of Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan have introduced a levy on foreign visitors, a move that the local...

New tourism feeder markets heat up for Indonesia

Destinations in Indonesia are seeing greater interest from emerging tourism markets, according to buyers and sellers at the sixth Bali and Beyond Travel Fair...

Connection gains offset slowdown

Amid a domestic travel slump, Indonesian hotels are finding cheer in more international air services linking up the country to new markets. By Mimi Hudoyo

Ubud in consideration for UNWTO’s pilot gastronomic destination

Ubud in Bali could become the first gastronomic destination endorsed by the UNWTO, fanning Indonesia's hopes to develop gastronomic and culinary tourism. Arief Yahya, Indonesia’s...

Natural playground

Now that Belitung has become a hot domestic destination, the next step is for 
the destination to step up its pursuit of the international market. Does Belitung have what it takes to attract more foreign visitors to its shores? 
Tiara Maharani finds out

WTTC study finds low level of future tourism growth readiness among...

The majority of South-east Asian cities in a new study on future tourism growth readiness were recommended to evolve tourism policy and improve infrastructure. The...

Belitung’s international tourism dreams dashed with termination of Singapore flights

The cessation of Garuda Indonesia’s four-times-weekly services between Singapore and Belitung has not only dashed the Indonesian island's fledgling ambitions for international traffic, but...

Indonesia company invites foreign investors, tourism players to build ‘Bali’ near...

Indonesia's industrial estate developer Jababeka has extended an open invitation to foreign developers and tourism stakeholders to help build a "New Bali" in Tanjung...

Beyond Jakarta, travel to rest of Indonesia spared effects of unrest

As Jakarta continues to be gripped by riots and demonstrations opposing president Joko Widodo’s re-election, agents are recommending limited travel to the Indonesian capital for the time being while inbound demand to other destinations in the country appear unaffected.

Jakarta hotels put on brave front amid post-election unrest

After riots erupted in Central Jakarta on May 21 and 22 in protest of president Joko Widodo's re-election, tourism stakeholders are keeping their chins...

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