Indonesia will soon offer a visa that will allow remote workers to live there tax-free as long as their earnings come from outside the country.
It would mean freelancers would be able to work from popular destinations like the island of Bali.
The proposed five-year ‘digital nomad visa’ was announced by Indonesia’s tourism minister, Sandiaga Uno, this week.
Mr Uno hopes the scheme will help bring 3.6 million overseas travellers to the archipelago in the next year, combined with an increased focus on spiritual retreats and eco-tourism.
The decision is also predicted to create up to create one million jobs without taking away any from local residents.
Indonesia’s new digital nomad visa will let remote workers live in places like Bali (pictured) tax-free
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