These articles discuss exotic vacations to encourage people to explore the world and experience everything it has to offer. The articles remind travelers that it is important to have affordable travel medical insurance if you have to have an emergency evacuation, repatriation of remains, or other general health care benefits in a foreign country.
Indonesia: An International Travel Destination for Ancient Religious Exploration One of my travel medical insurance clients went to the world’s largest Muslim country, Indonesia, to explore the world famous religious temples and ruins. It is not that hard to enter Indonesia. Citizens of other Asian countries can enter Indonesia without a visa. For nationals of other countries like the United States of America, a visa-on-arrival is issued upon entry to the country. Such visa is good for a maximum of 30 days – this is more than enough time to take in the splendid sights and immerse yourself in the culture of Indonesia. The cost of having a visa issued in Indonesia is $10 for a visa good for 7 days and $25 for one that lasts for 30 days. It would be a good idea to protect yourself with an international health insurance coverage especially if you will be staying for quite some time. You do not want to be caught unprepared in case you get into an accident or if your baggage gets lost as you go from one location to another in Indonesia. One popular international travel destination in Indonesia is Bali. The residents in Bali are largely Hindu. There is an international airport right in Bali where you can have your visa-on- arrival issued. Stunning beach views can be enjoyed in Bali. There are resorts all around the island offering affordable accommodations. Instead of holing up in the resorts, spend your days exploring the temples in the island – there are about 10,000 temples in Bali. You can also arrange for a tour to the ancient religious temple of Borobudur in Java. Borobudur is known to be the world’s biggest Buddhist temple. It is considered to be among Southeast Asia’s greatest religious monuments along with Angkor Wat in Cambodia and Bagan in Myanmar. It was in the early 1800s when the temple was cleared from volcanic ashes and then eventually restored early in the 20th century. The sheer size of the temple is overwhelming in itself. A closer inspection of the temple’s interior and exterior walls will reveal beautifully detailed carvings. Definitely a sight to behold and a cultural experience you do not want to miss in your lifetime. Indonesia is truly one international travel destination you want to plan to visit on your next vacation.
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