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Global Recession be Damned! Bali Arrivals are Growing

Bali by the Numbers: Arrival Numbers Grow as Australia Displaces Japan as Bali's Top Source Market for Foreign Visitors.


(6/8/2009)

Foreign tourist arrival to Bali in April 2009 totaled 179,879 representing the best April on record for Bali tourism and 21.94% improvement over April 2008 (147,515).

View cumulatively, the first four months of 2009 saw 645,061 foreign tourists come to Bali, an increase of 8.15% when compared to the same period last year (596,469).

As predicted by balidiscovery.com, April 2009 also saw the historical unseating of Japan by Australia from its top-ranking as the largest source market for Bali. Through the end of the first four months of 2009 Australian arrivals totaled 102,179 – increasing 30.08% as compared to the same period in 2008. Meanwhile, reflecting their troubled national economy, Japanese visitors decreased 7.45% for the first 4 months of 2009.

Similarly, South Korea, which is traditionally Bali #3 source market, declined to a #5 ranking as that nation's economy faltered and arrivals dipped 5.62% over the first four months of 2009. Taiwan which has long been Bali's #4 market, is now relegated to the #7 position.

The Winners

Markets clocking improvements for the period January-April were: Australia (+30.08%), People's Republic of China (+54.03), Malaysia (+37.70%). Russia (+4.75%), The Netherlands (+0.42%) and France (+25.32%).

The Losers

The markets in decline for Bali over the first four months of 2009 were; Japan (-7.45%), Taiwan (-23.24%), South Korea (-5.62%), U.S.A. (-1.80%), Germany (-11.66%) and the United Kingdom (-6.50%).



Shown of balidiscovery.com are graphs comparing total foreign arrivals January-April for 2009 and 2008 and changes in Bali's top source markets for the same years.


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