Did you know you could travel to Indonesia using your Cryptocurrency like Bitcoin? Here is how.
You can travel to the archipelago nation of Indonesia using Bitcoin with a decentralized OTA- XcelTrip.
Indonesia is the world’s largest island country. It includes about 17,000 islands in Southeast Asia, with the largest and most well-known islands like Bali, Java, Sumatra, and Sulawesi.
Indonesia is the world’s most popular destination for experiencing gorgeous islands and beaches, surfing, and yoga retreats. But, the country is also a go-to destination for travelers interested in learning Asian history, religion, and culture.
Cryptocurrency holders can conveniently book hotels and flights to Indonesia, and practically anywhere in the world with a decentralised travel and booking platform — XcelTrip.
Indonesia has a long history of welcoming tourists from all over the world. The country has been a popular tourist destination for centuries. Indonesia’s experiences with tourists can in fact be dated back to the 14th century. The traces of tourism history can be discovered on the Borobudur bas-reliefs. Discovered and recovered by English Lieutenant Governor Thomas Stamford Raffael in the 19th Century, on the monument’s panel one can find 2672 ancient reliefs. The reliefs consist of 1212 decorative reliefs and 1460 story reliefs.
Use XcelTrip to book your travel to the beautiful ancient nation of Indonesia with the crypto tokens you own. The decentralised blockchain platform supports 220+ tokens. XcelTrip’s users can easily use bitcoin and other cryptos to travel into the amazing land on earth with its unique history and civilization.
XcelTrip is an IATA-certified platform trusted by 6,50,000+ users. You can book over 2.3+ million hotels and 450+ airlines and enjoy faster settlements on bookings. XcelTrip provides transparent rates, endless choices, and a dedicated support network to aid its users. Increase your crypto use-cases and rent a vehicle in over 70 countries with XcelTrip!
If you are planning a trip to Indonesia, the country is now open for tourists. The Indonesian Government has announced that Indonesia has opened its borders again to international tourists.
You don’t need a COVID-19 test or proof of COVID-19 medical insurance to travel to Indonesia. However, you must be vaccinated with at least two COVID-19 vaccine doses. Children under 18 don’t need to be vaccinated to enter Indonesia. When traveling, carry a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing you’ve received at least 2 COVID-19 vaccine doses.
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