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Get a 10-year Bali visa but there's an expensive catch

If you have enough cash in the bank, you can now grab a 10-year visa to live and work in Indonesia.

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Indonesia has launched a new visa that will allow tourists to live and work in the country for five or 10 years -- provided they have enough money in the bank.

Visitors will need about £111,000 in the bank to be eligible to apply for a “second home” visa, allowing them to stay in the country for up to a decade. And this includes the popular island of Bali. Let me just check down the back of the sofa...

It's hoped that the new digital nomad visa will attract millions of visitors to live and stay in the country for long stretches.

Other countries, including New Zealand and Portugal, have launched similar schemes to attract workers.

What do you reckon, Pirates? Can you afford it? Would you do it?

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