A group of 100 Japanese, comprised of 85 travel agents and 15 members of the Japanese press, are visiting Bali from November 26-28, hosted on flights provided by Garuda Indonesia and Japan Airlines.
The inspection visit is being hosted to demonstrate first-hand the safety of travel to Bali following the October 12th terror attack on a Kuta nightspot.
The official travel warning from the Japanese government currently stands at "Level 2" with "Level 4" representing the highest level of warning against travel to a destination.
Because a "Level 2" warning allows Japanese tourists to visit Bali, but recommends a degree of caution, it is hoped that the visit by the Japanese travel agents and press will make a major contribution in helping to regain the confidence of Japanese travelers considering a visit to Bali.
The Japanese market represents the single largest source of foreign visitors to Indonesia.
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