Indonesia is working on a five-year visa for overseas employees of Airbnb, Twitter, and a number of other companies that have begun enabling their employees to work remotely, according to Bloomberg.
In an interview on Monday, Tourism Minister Sandiaga Uno said in an interview on Monday that ecotourism, athletic events, and a special five-year visa for remote workers should bring 3.6 million foreign passengers back to the archipelago now that borders have reopened. He stated that this will help Indonesians create over a million jobs.
“In the past, the three S were: sun, sea, and sand. We’re moving it to serenity, spirituality, and sustainability. This way, we’re getting better quality and a better impact on the local economy, “Uno told Bloomberg Television.