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Indonesian influencers promote ‘new travel habits’ with Bali set to reopen domestic tourism on July 31 | Coconuts Bali

Indonesian influencers promote ‘new travel habits’ with Bali set to reopen domestic tourism on July 31 | Coconuts Bali | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
It looks like it’s really going to happen, folks  Bali appears set to reopen to domestic tourists on July 31, even as there is little indication, if any, that we’re slowing down the coronavirus outbreak in Bali and across Indonesi
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Indonesian Women Were Already at Risk. Then COVID-19 Came. – The Diplomat

Indonesian Women Were Already at Risk. Then COVID-19 Came. – The Diplomat | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
Proposed laws, plus the added isolation and stress of the pandemic, could worsen the situation for Indonesian women already facing abuse and discrimination.
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Making Sense of Indonesia’s Economic Diplomacy – The Diplomat

Making Sense of Indonesia’s Economic Diplomacy – The Diplomat | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
Looking back at the country’s at-time contradictory approach to multilateral trade governance.
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Holidaymakers begin planning for domestic travel despite COVID-19 fears: Tripadvisor - Business

Holidaymakers begin planning for domestic travel despite COVID-19 fears: Tripadvisor - Business | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
The study, published on June 10, shows that 68 percent of customers surveyed were considering making travel plans, while hotel searches are also on the rise. Searches for hotels in Indonesia on the website increased 5.4 percent year-on-year (yoy) between March 29 and May 31.
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Consumers wary of visiting shopping centers despite relaxed rules: Survey - Business

Consumers wary of visiting shopping centers despite relaxed rules: Survey - Business | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
According to a study conducted by Nielsen Indonesia, most regular shopping center visitors prefer wait until the pandemic before going back to the malls.
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Indonesia draws up plans for ‘travel bubble’ with China, South Korea, Japan, and Australia | Coconuts Bali

Indonesia draws up plans for ‘travel bubble’ with China, South Korea, Japan, and Australia | Coconuts Bali | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
The Indonesian government says it is currently drawing up plans for a so-called “travel bubble” with four Asia Pacific countries as part of efforts to revive the country’s tourism sector, despite the number of COVID-19 cases continuin
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'No time to take foot off pedal' - WHO: Coronavirus live updates | News | Al Jazeera

'No time to take foot off pedal' - WHO: Coronavirus live updates | News | Al Jazeera | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
WHO urges countries to keep up with efforts to contain coronavirus as global situation worsens.
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Cash is king: Indonesians withhold spending, augment emergency funds - Business

Cash is king: Indonesians withhold spending, augment emergency funds - Business | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
People are becoming increasingly cautious about spending as they prepare for the possibility that the pandemic will have a long-term impact on their finances.
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Indonesian travel agents shut out of air ticket sales | TTG Asia

Indonesian travel agents shut out of air ticket sales | TTG Asia | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
As Indonesian airlines restart domestic flights, local travel companies are shut out from reaping the benefits of resumed flights as a circular from the Ministry of Transportation (MOT) dictates that only airlines are allowed to issue flight tickets.
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Indonesian Airlines Resume Flights Even Though Mudik Ban Stays

Indonesian Airlines Resume Flights Even Though Mudik Ban Stays | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
The government decides to exempt business, emergency and repatriation flights from the Covid-19 travel ban.
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Indonesian gov’t urged to launch publicity blitz to raise awareness of the country’s crisis response | TTG Asia

Indonesian gov’t urged to launch publicity blitz to raise awareness of the country’s crisis response | TTG Asia | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
Indonesia's travel trade is calling on the government to step up publicity around the country's disaster recovery efforts and latest developments of tourist attractions amid the pandemic so that travel planners can keep up destination promotions in hopes of a quick market rebound.
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The new norm emerging in Indonesian consumers’ behaviour

The new norm emerging in Indonesian consumers’ behaviour | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
 Half of the respondents have increased their social media activities, while 59% have increased their online reading habits. 
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Indonesia virus death toll now highest in Asia outside China

Indonesia virus death toll now highest in Asia outside China | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
JAKARTA - Indonesia's coronavirus death toll rose to 170 on Thursday as the world's fourth most populous nation passed South Korea as the country with the highest number of recorded fatalities in Asia after China.
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Why Indonesia is the world’s next digital payments battleground - Opinion

Why Indonesia is the world’s next digital payments battleground - Opinion | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
What does this actually mean for businesses and consumers there?
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Study: Indonesian consumers are leaning more toward socially conscious brands lifestyle

Study: Indonesian consumers are leaning more toward socially conscious brands lifestyle | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
News24xx.com - The Hakuhodo Institute of Life and Living ASEAN (HILL ASEAN), a Japan-based advertising company, surveyed conscious consumerism am
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Modern Herbal Medicine in Indonesia –

Modern Herbal Medicine in Indonesia – | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
Herbal medicine has greatly increased in popularity, due in large part to growing consumer interest in wellness. It is natural and organic as is made from plan
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Nielsen: Indonesian malls need to innovate to lure back visitors

Nielsen: Indonesian malls need to innovate to lure back visitors | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
When the pandemic ends, 65% of consumers say they want to visit the mall because they need to relax and need entertainment.
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GoPlay raises funding to support local talent and grow Indonesia’s entertainment industry

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Indonesian travel agencies, hotels ally to fight travel slump | TTG Asia

Indonesian travel agencies, hotels ally to fight travel slump | TTG Asia | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
As the Indonesian government starts to ease social restrictions in some cities, including Jakarta, a Covid-19 epicentre in Indonesia, hotels are partnering with travel companies to lure locals to travel again.
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Concerns mount over reopening of offices, malls as Indonesia steps into 'new normal' - National

Concerns mount over reopening of offices, malls as Indonesia steps into 'new normal' - National | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
Lawmakers have questioned the government's decision to ease large-scale social restrictions (PSBB), saying the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths continues to rise across many provinces.
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Ramadan treats: Industry-specific tips to win over Indonesian consumers

Ramadan treats: Industry-specific tips to win over Indonesian consumers | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
The study titled "An unfamiliar prayer" by M&C Saatchi Indonesia analysed key behavioural traits for industries from fashion to telco and FMCG. More here on the finds. 
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Bringing “new normal” lifestyle to face Indonesia’s tourism boom in a post-COVID-19 world

Bringing “new normal” lifestyle to face Indonesia’s tourism boom in a post-COVID-19 world | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
A “new normal” lifestyle has surfaced as technology and digital media become a part of everyday routines during the COVID-19 pandemic. Such is why the travel industry should own a digital platform to face a surge in Indonesia’s tourism after the COVID-19 pandemic is over, the Indonesian Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Wishnutama Kusubandio […]
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Millions to lose jobs, fall into poverty as Indonesia braces for recession - Business

Millions to lose jobs, fall into poverty as Indonesia braces for recession - Business | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
The government estimates that up to 3.78 million Indonesians will fall into poverty and 5.2 million lose their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic, while the International Monetary Fund (IMF) projects the worst global recession since the Great Depression.
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Optimistic, digital, generous: COVID-19’s impact on Indonesian consumer sentiment - Opinion

Optimistic, digital, generous: COVID-19’s impact on Indonesian consumer sentiment - Opinion | Indonesian Travellers | Scoop.it
In McKinsey’s early April survey of nearly 700 respondents in Indonesia, 49 percent said they believe the Indonesian economy will rebound within 2 to 3 months and grow at a similar or even faster clip than before COVID-19. This consumer confidence stands in sharp contrast to how people feel in more developed economies. 
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