How Indonesia’s ecotours are changing tourism, from a rural to a global business

Sumatra is a place of great beauty and diversity.

Its landscape is dotted with palm trees, lush jungle and endless streams, while the city is home to more than 5 million people, a third of them ethnic Chinese.

Its capital, Surabaya, is home, too, with a population of over 200,000.

Its tourism industry is thriving, but its development has been slower than other nations, like Thailand and the Philippines.

But tourism is now being driven by digital technology, a booming Chinese market, and by the rising number of tourists.

This shift is driven by the rise of ecotouring, a form of social tourism that involves gathering for a group of people, often for a few hours, to visit the environment.

While this is not new, it has been particularly rapid in Indonesia.

Last year, there were around 7.3 million people visiting the country, more than half of whom were ethnic Chinese, according to the Tourism Industry Association of Indonesia (TIA).

It is estimated that the number of people visiting this area has risen by around 50% in the last three years alone.

This has prompted an explosion in Chinese companies operating in Indonesia, and the number has been growing every year.

In 2015, the number was around 4.8 million, and it is estimated to have increased by over 50% last year.

According to the TIA, Chinese companies account for 80% of the region’s tourism, and in 2016, they were the second largest employer in the country behind Indonesian companies.

And in 2017, there was an increase in the number travelling to the region by Chinese nationals.

Chinese tourists visiting the area are mostly drawn by the fact that the region is one of the world’s most visited destinations, but the industry also offers an opportunity for Chinese companies to expand their business.

Chinese tourism has been on the rise since 2015, and with the recent increase in visitors, the business has exploded.

The Chinese business is very successful, said J. Lee, the chief executive of Tourism Industry Indonesia.

According the Tia report, China accounted for 80 percent of the growth in the industry between 2015 and 2017, and Chinese nationals accounted for 70% of all tourists.

The sector is growing fast, said Lee.

“With the increase in Chinese tourists, there has been a big boost in the local industry, so now we see the Chinese business expand at a very fast rate.

Chinese companies are taking advantage of the new tourism phenomenon to expand the businesses,” said Lee, adding that there is also a lot of interest from Chinese nationals from countries like Vietnam and Thailand, who want to expand into the region.

“It’s a very important business, and there is a lot going on with Chinese tourists,” said Kao, who is based in Surabayas capital Surabao.

In Surabai, which is a major hub for Chinese tourism, Chinese nationals make up about 15% of residents.

This is a huge market for Chinese exporters.

The industry has grown by 20% over the last year, and according to a recent report, there are more than 1,000 Chinese companies in the region, including hotels, airlines, hotels, resorts, cruise ships, and even luxury products.

But it is not just a Chinese company.

As the Chinese population grows, so does the demand for accommodation, said Kua, who works in a hotel.

“This has a lot to do with the influx of Chinese tourists coming to Surabayan,” he said.

According a recent study, Surrabayan has become a popular destination for Chinese tourists to stay in the capital, attracting many Chinese nationals to the area.

This influx has also created demand for apartments and villas in Surrabaya, which attracts the likes of Chinese nationals and expatriates from other parts of the country.

The demand for new luxury products in Suraba, and for new hotel rooms, has led to a huge increase in tourism demand, said Kim, who manages a small hotel.

He added that the demand is also due to the popularity of Chinese-made cosmetics in Surabi, which are now being exported to China.

“The cosmetics in China are really good, and they have a huge following in Surubayan,” said Kim.

The hotels have been attracting Chinese tourists since the 1990s, and these are now the main customers for the hotels.

Kim added that they have also been getting a lot more Chinese tourists in Surbaan, as well as foreigners who visit the region as tourists.

There are also signs of an increase of Chinese visitors to the tourist areas of the cities of Surabago, Surbaa and Surabana.

But the demand has also increased in the other areas, too.

According an annual report from the Tiamin-based WorldTourist Bureau, tourism in the Surabawa region is expected to grow by 12% by 2021, compared to last year’s forecast.

The area has a population density of around 8,000 people per

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