Bali Sees Recent Increases in Chinese Tourists

Bali Sees Recent Increases in Chinese Tourists

According to a recent news reports, to enjoy increases in the number of Chinese tourists. However, while Chinese tourists are on the rise, there has been a drop in the number of European tourists making their way to Bali.

According to recent statistics released by the provincial statistics agency, in October of 2012 there was a 49% increase in the Chinese tourists for the month, translating to 32,245 people monthly. In October, the Chinese tourists made up 12.64% of the total tourist arrivals to Bali during October, which saw a total of 255,021 visitors.

Bali Statistics Agency recently told the Jakarta Post that the reason Chinese tourism is on the rise is because the economic growth occurring in China and because of the downturn in the European economy, the number of European tourists is on the decline.

Yearly, Indonesia is seeing 600,000 Chinese tourists and they welcome them with open arms. They are the largest tourist group after Australians. The rapid economic growth in combination with the 1.3 billion population, have the potential in the next decade to see 100 million Chinese tourists arrive in Indonesia. Those are impressive numbers and it’s likely that more villas and hotels will begin to cater to this growing tourist market.

Data also showed that German tourists are significantly decreasing, down by 26.75% in October, followed by a 26.68% drop in British tourists, and a 11.29% decrease in French tourists.

As the tourist market shifts they may have different desires out of their vacation, and we may see changes in what’s offered by the tourist industry. Bali Villas offer great value for all tourists for accommodations. It provides a much different environment than hotel stays offer – this luxurious stay offers private swimming pools, spectacular views, luxurious surroundings, beautiful gardens, and so much more. It’s great value and will add value to your stay.

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