Bali Asks International Embassies For Help To Promote The New Tourist Tax

A letter inked by Bali’s governor has been sent to ambassadors employed by Indonesian embassies requesting assistance in informing prospective tourists about Bali’s new tourism tax. 

Bali’s authorities want visitors to understand exactly what is expected of them when they come to the island.

This entails being aware of the recently implemented tourism tax and adhering to the list of Dos and Don’ts for visitors to Bali, which was released last year to crack down on misbehaving visitors.

It is expected that the new system will not interfere with visitors’ arrival times. Leading tourism officials claim that paying an arrival fee can be completed in just 23 seconds.


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