Tag Archives: Indonesia

Indonesia introduces travel ban during Eid in May

Indonesia introduces travel ban during Eid in May

The post Indonesia introduces travel ban during Eid in May appeared first on TD (Travel Daily Media) Travel Daily. Indonesia has announced an internal travel ban during next month’s Eid al-Fitr celebrations, in an effort to prevent large-scale transmission of the coronavirus, a transport official said. The world’s most populous Muslim-majority nation is gearing up […]

COVID-19 updates: Indonesia travellers can now enter UAE

COVID-19 updates: Indonesia travellers can now enter UAE

The post COVID-19 updates: Indonesia travellers can now enter UAE appeared first on TD (Travel Daily Media) Travel Daily. Passengers from Indonesia can now visit the UAE under the Safe Travel Corridor Arrangement (STCA) between the two countries, authorities have clarified. STCA is an official agreement between Indonesia and the UAE to facilitate travel between […]

Malaysia And Indonesia Will Launch New Travel Bubble As Singapore’s Plans Delayed

Malaysia And Indonesia Will Launch New Travel Bubble As Singapore’s Plans Delayed

Malaysia and Indonesia’s Proposed Bubble – What We Know So Far Last week saw meetings between representatives of both Malaysia and Indonesia in Indonesia, with the leaders of both countries discussing a wide range of issues, from travel to palm oil.  Following these meetings, it was announced that the two countries had an agreement in […]

Banyan Tree’s multi-brand presence now in Indonesia

Banyan Tree’s multi-brand presence now in Indonesia

Banyan Tree Group has extended its multi-brand presence in Indonesia as part of its regional expansion strategy. With Indonesia being an important market of growth, the group is set to open more hotels in exciting destinations of unspoilt nature and cultural sights within the beautiful country. The country’s social economy, growing in its engagement with […]

Towards inclusive travel: Indonesia first signatory of UNWTO Tourism Ethics Convention

Towards inclusive travel: Indonesia first signatory of UNWTO Tourism Ethics Convention

Indonesia has become the first signatory of the Framework Convention on Tourism Ethics, the landmark instrument created to ensure global tourism is fair, inclusive, more transparent, and works for everyone. The ceremony, hosted by the UN World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) in Madrid, is a significant step towards the ratification of the convention, which was adopted […]

Singapore, Indonesia to establish green lane in late October

Singapore, Indonesia to establish green lane in late October

Starting 26 October, applications for the reciprocal green lane (RGL) for essential business and official travel between Singapore and Indonesia will open. Indonesian citizens and Singapore citizens and residents can take advantage of this travel corridor. Travellers will need to abide by the COVID-19 protocols for pre-departure and post-arrival in respective countries in order to […]

Podcast: Indonesia

Podcast: Indonesia

Overview: Indonesia     The Republic of Indonesia is a country located in Southeast Asia and Oceania, between the Indian and Pacific oceans and is part of the volcanic Ring of Fire. In fact, if you like volcanoes you will see many of them as you travel throughout Indonesia. Indonesia consists 17,504 islands, of which 6,000 are inhabited. These include the largest islands of Sumatra, Java, Borneo (Kalimantan), Sulawesi, and New […]

Indonesia The Ultimate Travel Guide Best Places to Visit | Explore The Emerald of the Equator

Indonesia The Ultimate Travel Guide Best Places to Visit | Explore The Emerald of the Equator

Indonesia’s numbers astound: more than 17,000 islands, of which 8000 are inhabited, and over 300 languages spoken across them. It’s a beguiling country offering myriad adventures. Indonesia The Ultimate Travel Guide Best Places to Visit Jakarta Lombok Bandung Surabaya Bromo Tengger National Park Lake Toba Yogyakarta Raja Ampat Island Bali ________________________________ Indonesia The Ultimate Travel […]

A Tourist's Guide to Surabaya, Indonesia

A Tourist's Guide to Surabaya, Indonesia

I fly into Indonesia’s second-largest city, Surabaya, over of the east coast of Java. After checking into the colonial-rich Hotel Majapahit, I set off to see the sights of the city, including a Snake-Crocodile Monument, an unusual Chinese mosque, Heroes Monument, the Al-Akbar Grand Mosque, Bamboo Monument, the Submarine monument and the spectacular Grahadi Building, […]

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