Grab Indonesia Generations ago Indonesians realised that they have something special. A gorgeously landscaped country that is virtually unrivalled, they knew it would attract visitors from far and wide and would eventually become the place for world class hikes, beaches, culture and history. Back when tourists first arrived on the shores of Java and made their way to Bali they were met with warm locals keen to share what they had with outside eyes. And word spread, those few visionaries have helped turn parts of Indonesia into places or pilgrimage for year round backpackers and Australians looking for sun during August. The Indonesian government keen to get in on this tourist influx introduced eye watering split pricing that see’s tourists paying insanely excessive entry fees to anything worth seeing. Rumour has it a tourist was seen looking at a tree, as he walked away an Indonesian official quickly set up…

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