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Posted: 18 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
Indonesia's government has increased visa on arrivals fees in an unexpected move.
A seven -day visa is now USD15 and a 30-day is USD35.
Previously a 30-day visa was USD25 so the increase is sharp.
With the country's tourism market now hovering around eight million and highly leveraged on Bali the move will not do much to motivate potential travelers.
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Thailand-based Khiri Travel will highlight the opportunities of green travel at the upcoming PATA Travel Mart in Phnom Penh.
Both the Banyan Tree Phuket and Angsana Laguna Phuket resorts have been given EarthCheck bronze status.
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