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Bali's Year for the Record Books

Bali by the Numbers: 1.67 Million Foreign Visitors Make 2007 the Best Year Ever.


Aided by the substantial business brought to the Island by the UN Climate Change Conference in December, Bali ended 2007 with 147,204 foreign visitors for the last month of the year; beating by +19.83% the total for the same month in 2006 (122,848).

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The Best Year Ever

With a cumulative total for 2007 of 1,664,854 foreign visitors, Bali's arrivals improved a very dramatic +32.1% over total arrivals for 2006 (1,260,317). Far and away, 2007 goes into the record book as the best year ever in terms of total visitors to Bali.

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Shown graphically on is a comparison of annual foreign arrivals to Bali 2006-2007 and a comparison for the same period for Bali's top four sources of visitors: Japan, Australia, Taiwan and South Korea.

Statistical highlights include :

• An arguably healthy diversification of Bali's tourism markets is underway. The traditional top sources for inbound markets (i.e. Japan, Australia, Taiwan and South Korea) now represent only 49.81% of all foreign arrivals to Bali, down from a corresponding 58.82% market share in 2003.

• Japanese arrivals for 2007 were +37.5% ahead of 2006.

• Australian arrivals are on the rebound, improving +73.3% over 2006.

• Taiwanese business to Bali decreased -2.2% year on year in 2007.

• South Korean arrivals jumped +50% from 2006 to 2007.

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