Bali Aims To Reach This Record-Breaking Number Of Visitors By 2024


Bali faces a difficult race in opposition to time, with solely three months remaining to achieve the bold goal set by the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy (Menparkeraf) – to welcome 4.5 million international vacationers in 2023.

As of August, the cumulative variety of international vacationer visits to Bali reached 3,418,907, leaving a considerable hole of 1,081,093 international vacationers but to go to.

Endang Retno Sri Subiyandani, Head of the Bali Province Central Statistics Agency (BPS Bali Province), reported a exceptional 282.14 p.c improve in international vacationer visits from January to August 2023 in comparison with the identical interval in 2022.

Australian vacationers topped the checklist with 844,483 guests, constituting 24.71 p.c of the overall.

Following Australia, Indian vacationers secured the second spot with 288,430 visits, whereas British vacationers got here in third with 173,051 visits.

Notably, Chinese vacationers ranked fourth, contributing 171,634 visits, and the fifth place was claimed by 168,145 US vacationers.

Singapore, South Korea, France, Malaysia, and Germany additionally featured prominently within the prime ten.

However, in August, Bali skilled a slight dip in international vacationer visits, totaling 522,141, marking a 3.55 p.c lower in comparison with July when 541,353 vacationers arrived. Australians remained the biggest group visiting Bali in August, with 120,467 visits, adopted by vacationers from India, France, China, and England.

Despite this, there’s a urgent want to spice up tourism in Bali as the present room occupancy price (TPK) for star resorts in August stood at 60.64 p.c, down 2.60 factors from July. The common visitor keep period was 2.55 days, whereas non-star resorts reported a median of two.22 days.

The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy has set a goal of 4.5 million international vacationers for Bali in 2023, aiming to revive the island’s tourism sector post-Covid-19. Tjokorda Bagus Pemayun, Head of the Bali Tourism Service, expressed optimism in reaching this goal, highlighting the rising development in international vacationer arrivals after the pandemic-induced downturn.


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