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Global Study on Sexual Exploitation of Children in Travel and Tourism: Indonesia

by ECPAT International in 2015

Indonesia is one of the world’s major tourism destinations. The high tourism rate in Indonesia is influenced by easy access to its nationwide tourist attractions, high volume of flights and cheap accommodation. The rising number of both local and foreign visitors has led to an increased demand for entertainment facilities, most notably in the sex trade. Research on the sexual exploitation of children in travel or tourism in Indonesia conducted by ECPAT Indonesia found that, on the whole, Indonesia did not recognise or offer sex tourism in its popular destinations, although many manipulated the tourism industry to sexually exploit children.

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