When it comes to an abundance of natural resources, high level of biodiversity, friendly, pluralistic culture, democratic society, ethnically diverse, and most notably the world’s largest and greenest archipelago – this sums up Indonesia as an idyllic tourism getaway. The country’s 17,508 islands with a landmass spanning 1,919,440 km2 between the Indian and the Pacific Oceans*, offer various untapped tourism destinations and investment opportunities, including infrastructure, utilities, transportation, hotels and restaurants as well as other leisure and entertainment facilities and retail services. With strong government support, rising domestic disposable income, an increasing number of hotels and airport developments, and topped with expanding air transport networks and regional low costs carriers, the Indonesian tourism industry offers an abundance of opportunities.

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*Source: BPS