Remote workers may soon be able to live and work tax free in Bali, under a 5-year ‘digital nomad’ visa

· Fortune · Nicholas Gordon

“In the past, the ’three S’ was sun, sea and sand. We’re moving it to serenity, spirituality and sustainability,” Uno said. Indonesia’s “digital nomad” visa would be eligible for five years, and Indonesia wouldn’t tax income received from overseas. Uno also promised speedier visa approvals and a greater frequency of flights in the interim.

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