Indonesia is famous for its oil and natural gas, as well as cacao, palm oil, tea, rice and more. It is also a diverse country that consists of hundreds of different linguistic and ethnic groups. Still, the most prevalent group are the Javanese.
Still, that isn’t to say crime doesn’t exist in Indonesia. Petty theft is all too common, as is ATM skimming. Also, alcohol poisoning is an issue Gili Islands often face. Because there’s a strict alcohol import tax, it’s common to mix drinks with other substances to “stretch out” the effect. Thus, tourists should be wary and think twice about what they want to drink. Other than that, they ought to keep their belongings safe by not leaving bags and other things on display.
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