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The high-tech road: How technology simplifies travel planning

Planning your trip can cause a great deal of travel anxiety. Here are four technologies that can help overcome this problem.

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Saved by tech: 5 ways technology saves travelers

There are five fundamental ways in which technology has transformed and continues to transform our trips and saves our lives.

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Does anxiety stop you from traveling? Here are 5 tips to help you cope

When anxiety meets travel, it can be tough to find yourself out of the “sink or swim” state of mind. The challenge is real, but it can be beat. Here`s how.

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Stations in Nusa Dua, Bali  

Nusa Dua Beach, Benoa, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesialogo
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Indonesia is increasingly wired, although connection speeds vary widely depending on where you are in the archipelago. Wi-fi (pronounced 'wee-fee' in Indonesia) is commonly available for free in hotels, hostels and guesthouses now, although it doesn't always work in rural areas. Many cafes and restaurants in tourist areas offer free wi-fi. Data through your smartphone is often the fastest way to connect to the internet; 4G service is spreading in Indonesia, although download speeds remain slow compared to other countries.

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150,000.00 Rp

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Voltage: 230V Socket Type: C and F

Visa and Mastercard are most widely accepted in Indonesia, but credit and debit cards are mainly only used in bigger cities and tourist hotspots like Jakarta and Bali.

3,750.00 Rp