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A Quarter Short

Bali by the Numbers: A Look at January March Arrivals from Major Market Areas from 2000-2006.

(4/16/2006) Final arrival statistics for March 2006 are now available showing a slightly higher than originally reported total of 84,109 visitors to Bali for the third month of 2006. This represents a -28.20% decline in foreign visitors from the same month one year before. As presented on balidiscovery.com, a 7 year graphic presentation of Bali tourist arrivals for the first quarter of the year demonstrates the mirror-like adverse impacts of the October 2005 and October 2002 terrorist attacks.





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Asia Pacific Excluding ASEAN

The Asia Pacific, excluding ASEAN, but including Bali's four largest source markets of Japan, Australia, Taiwan and South Korea is down 11.4% March on March. This more moderate downturn for Asia Pacific to some extent camouflages the more than -60% drop in arrivals currently being experienced in Bali's two biggest inbound markets of Japan and Australia.





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ASEAN Arrivals

ASEAN arrivals to Bali were down a mere -10.2% in March 2006 from one year before. Malaysia and Singapore lead the recovery in that sector.





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The Americas

The Americas which encompasses all source countries in both North and South America - were down -39.8% in March from the same month in 2005. On a quarter to quarter basis, however, the Americas' arrivals to Bali are slightly better, down only -27.10%.





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European Arrivals

A distinct pattern of improving fortunes is evident in arrivals to Bali from across Europe. March 2006 arrivals were down -20.79% from March 2005. However, seen on a quarter to quarter basis European arrivals are down only -14.86% from one year ago.





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