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Bali Waving as it Passes 2 Million Visitors

Bali by the Numbers: Through End of November 2009, Bali on Track for Final Tally of 2.2 million Visitors.


(1/25/2010)

Although well into the first month of 2010, the officials count on December 2009 visitors to Bali and, by extension, the final count of foreign visitors for the year, won't be in hand until sometime in February.

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However, the tally of visitors traveling to Bali through the end of November is now in demonstrating that Bali has sailed past the 2 million visitor mark, safely on the way to the 2.2 million visitors for the entire year projected by www.balidiscovery.com.

Here's what Bali's arrival numbers through November have to say:

• November arrivals equaled 163,531 an increase of 15.2% over the same month in 2009 (142,014).

• Total Bali arrivals through the end of November 2009 stood at 2,047,389 - an improvement of 13.62% over 2008 (1,802,037).

• Australia has completely displaced Japan as Bali's top in-bound market. Through the end of November 2009, Australia claimed a 19.48% market share totaling 398,809 visitors. Year on year, the Australian market grew 41.25% in 2009.

• By comparison, Japan's market share has dropped to 14.67%, achieving 300,454 through the end of November 2009. Japanese arrivals year on year are down -9.78% .

• Benefiting from better air access and visas on arrival facilities, visitors from the People's Republic of China grew 60.55% through the end of November 2009. Chinese visitors totaled 189,990.

• South Korea arrivals have dropped -3.89% through the end of November 2009 with a total of 117.034.

• Malaysia visitors continued to grow to Bali in 2009, increasing 5.79% with a total through the end of November of 119,915.

• French visitors to Bali increased an impressive 48.27% , reaching 104,509. through the end of November 2009.

• Reflecting a troubled economy at home, Russian visitors through the end of November 2009 decreased -3.09% at 52,032.

• Dutch visitors are on the increase. A total of 67,813 through the end of November represent a 14.24% improvement over the previous year.

• U.S.A. arrivals through the end of November 2009 stood at 67,220 - up 8.37% over the same period in 2008.

• The German economy is going through a rough patch reflected in a -8.32% decline in visitors ex that country year to date for November 2009 (70,049).

• The U.K. market remains robust, improving 13.47% at 85,278 at the end of November 2009.


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