Tourists visiting Bali will be charged $10 (AED37), starting February 2024.

The move is part of the tropical island’s efforts to “clean up its tourism scene,” as per a report by Bloomberg.

Come February, tourists must pay 150,000 rupiah ($10) per person for each entry to the island.

These funds will then be used for the conservation of coral reefs, mangroves and other sustainable projects, Tjokorda Bagus Pemayun, head of tourism office, said in a Thursday interview.

The fee must be paid before or at the time of arrival, however, the rest of the details still under discussion, Pemayun said.

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