Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport Is 3rd Best In The World

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Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport Is 3rd Best In The World Bali’s international airport has once again been awarded the third best airport in the world serving 15 to 25 million passengers annually by Airport Council International. Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport was also named the third best airport in the world in this category […]

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Indonesia’s Minister of Tourism Proves That Bali Is Still Safe

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Indonesia’s Minister of Tourism Proves That Bali Is Still Safe Minister of Tourism, Arief Yahya paid a visit to Pura Besakih today, 5th October 2017 to prove that Bali is still safe for tourists, even though the volcano’s status remains at the highest level. “We came here to ease people’s fears about coming to Bali […]

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Bali A Modern Cruise Ship Destination

Bali A Modern Cruise Ship Destination

Bali A Modern Cruise Ship Destination Bali is set to be a modern passenger cruise ship destination, according to Bisnes Bali after a “sand-breaking” ceremony at the port of Benoa, which marks the start of a port improvement project that will pave the way for large cruise ships and hundreds of sailing yachts carrying thousands […]

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Batik Air to Connect India and Bali

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Batik Air to Connect India and Bali Chennai, New Delhi and Mumbai will soon have direct access to Bali thanks to Batik Air, an affiliate airline of the Lion Air Group. Beginning July 2017, Medan will be connected to Chennai, Jakarta to New Delhi and Bali to Mumbai. Batik Air plans to operate two flights […]

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Bali’s New and Sophisticated International Airport

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Bali’s New and Sophisticated International Airport Bali will soon be home to the world’s first ever floating airport with the completion of the Panji Sakti International Airport in North Bali. Reputed to be the most advanced of its kind, this airport will be at the Kubutambahan village in Buleleng. According to Panji Sakti’s President Director, […]

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Bali Is World’s Best Tourist Destination

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Bali Is World’s Best Tourist Destination Bali has been named the world’s number one destination, thanks to the recent 2017 TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice Awards! TripAdvisor is the world’s leading portal that provides honest and genuine reviews and travel related content from members of the public who evaluate travel destinations, establishments and travel-related products. Here are […]

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Bali’s Newest Tourism Icon – The Nusa Penida Yellow Bridge

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Bali’s Newest Tourism Icon – The Nusa Penida Yellow Bridge The newly rebuilt Yellow Bridge connecting Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Lembongan off the East Coast of Bali has somewhat become Bali’s newest tourists’ attraction; it has even been named as one of Bali’s most Instagrammable spots yet! The bright yellow of the bridge strikes an […]

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Bali In The Lead For Tourism

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Bali In The Lead For Tourism Bali is expected to secure 40% of the 15 million foreign tourists visitors expected to visit Indonesia in 2017, according to the State News Agency Antara. This was based on the fact that Bali remains Indonesia’s top tourism getaway, allocating a sizeable 6 million share from the national target. […]

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15 Million Tourists For Indonesia In 2017

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15 Million Tourists For Indonesia In 2017 Indonesia’s Tourism Minister, Arief Yahya has set target of 15 million foreign tourists for Indonesia in 2017, according to the Indonesia’s Tourism Ministry’s website. The target’s a solid 25% increase from the 12 million target of 2016, which is yet to be confirmed. National tourism arrivals up to […]

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Tourism in Indonesia – Target 2016 Achieved?

Tourism in Indonesia – Target 2016 Achieved

Tourism in Indonesia – Target 2016 Achieved? It is highly likely that Indonesia will achieve its foreign visitor arrival target of 12 million people in 2016. In the first ten months of 2016 a total of 9.4 million tourism foreigners already visited Indonesia, up 9.5 percent year-on-year (y/y) compared to foreign visitor arrivals in the […]

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