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10 Favorite Destinations during Holiday Season
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10 Favorite Destinations during Holiday Season

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The year-end holiday season has become a special moment that everyone, especially travelers, are excited about.

Booking.com, one of the largest global portal that connects travelers with hotels across the world, released the list of favorite domestic and international destinations according to Indonesian travelers in the period of December 21, 2016-January 2, 2017.

In its press release received by Tempo on November 28, the website put Singapore as the most favorite international destination for Indonesian tourists at the end of the year. In addition to being close to Indonesia, the country can be easily accessed without visa.

Singapore is the smart choice for Indonesian travelers who want to have new experiences without having to travel a long distance. Following singapore are Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok that occupy the second and third positions, respectively.

It appears that shopping is still the main reason to travel abroad for most Indonesian tourists. Listed below are ten most favorite international destinations visited by Indonesian travelers during the holiday season.

1. Singapore

2. Kuala Lumpur

3. Bangkok

4. Tokyo

5. Hong Kong

6. Osaka

7. Paris

8. Georgetown

9. Seoul

10. London




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