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Aussies dominate tourist flow to Bali
September 9th, 2009

Australians dominated the flow of foreign tourists to Bali during the seven-month period of January-July 2009, a tourism official said.

“Their number in the period was 225,170, an increase of 36.98 percent compared to the same period last year when only 165,112 came to Bali” Antara news agency quoted Ida Komang Wisnu, the chief of Bali’s Central Statistics Agency (BPS), as saying here Monday.

He said the number of Australian tourists accounted for 17.34 percent of the overall number of foreign tourists who visited Bali in that period, namely 1,304,359 or 12.26 percent up from 1,161,915 the same period last year.

Wisnu said Australia was on top of the list of ten countries from which most foreign tourists visiting Bali had come in 2009.


Australia and Japan were two of the countries with great potential for Balinese tourism and both were often in the top position on the list of countries contributing to Bali’s tourism earnings.In the period, Japan was in second position with 186,265 tourists (14.28 percent), China 116.824 tourists (8.9 percent), and Malaysia 83,909 tourists.

 

Apart from those countries, other countries like South Korea, Taiwan, France, Britain, Germany and USA also visited Bali. Of the top ten countries, six recorded a significant increase in tourist arrivals in Bali but four countries registered a decrease, namely Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and USA, he said. 

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