One of the most well-known islands of Indonesia is Bali, but there are thousands more. The scenery amazes people once they enter Indonesia as it’s made up of mountain tops, volcanoes, rice fields, and jungles. If you are visiting, you can stay in Indonesia for $5 a night.
To live in Indonesia, you only need a little more than $500 a month. Rent and utilities are about $300, and groceries will cost you a little over $100. There is so much to do that you will want to save at least $40 for your monthly entertainment and transportation is about $15.
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