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28 Dec

Indonesia Introduces 5-Year Multiple Entry Visas to Boost Tourism

In a significant development, Indonesia has recently unveiled a noteworthy change in its visa policy, aiming to give a substantial boost to its tourism sector. This strategic initiative involves the introduction of a five-year visa policy, allowing visitors to stay for a maximum of 60 days. Indonesia, as the largest economy in Southeast Asia, strategically positions itself to become more enticing to global travelers, according to the latest reports. Commencing from December 20, this visa policy marks a departure from the conventional 30-day single-entry tourist visas. The extended duration and allowance...

14 Dec

Kenya Announces Visa-Free Entry to Boost Tourism

In a recent development set to reshape travel to Kenya, the country will no longer require visitors from around the world to obtain a visa, effective January 2024. Kenyan President William Ruto revealed this groundbreaking initiative on December 12, underscoring its significance in promoting tourism and strengthening global connections. President Ruto emphasized the government's commitment to simplifying the entry process through the introduction of a state-of-the-art digital platform. This platform will streamline the issuance of electronic travel authorization, eliminating the complexities associated with traditional visa applications. Speaking at an event commemorating Kenya's...