(MENAFN- Bangladesh Monitor)
JAKARTA: Indonesia recently announced a significant change in visa policy aimed at boosting its tourism sector. This strategic move includes the introduction of a five-year visa policy that allows visitors to stay for a maximum of 60 days.
Effective December 20, the visa policy marks a departure from the traditional 30-day single-entry tourist visa. According to Immigration chief Silmi Karim, the extended tenure and multiple entries are an integral part of the government's comprehensive efforts to stimulate economic growth.
An innovative feature of the new policy is the ease of online applications, added facility of payment through credit cards, streamlining of entry process for foreigners.
Indonesia's decision to extend the visa period is in line with its ambition to compete more effectively with neighboring tourist destinations.
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