One of the most Instagrammable cities in the world is introducing a new digital nomad visa.
Indonesia has announced that its tourist capital Bali will now offer a digital nomad visa, allowing professionals to call the idealistic region home for five or 10 years.
Those applying for the visa will need to have around $130,000 in their bank account, and the money must be transferred to Indonesian-owned banks.
“The goal is to attract foreign tourists to come to Bali and diverse other destinations,” said Widodo Ekatjahjana, acting Director General of Immigration.
Indonesia is certainly taking notes from other countries such as New Zealand and Portugal, which have also unveiled digital nomad visas in recent years to lure in the growing population of remote workers.