The Indonesian Ministry of Tourism and the Creative Economy is targeting 9.1 million foreign tourists visiting Indonesia in 2014.
Meanwhile, the head of the Bali Tourism Service (Kadisparda), I.B. Kade Subhisku, quoted in Bisnis Bali, is targeting 3.5 million foreign tourist visitors to Bali for all of 2014. A projected 6.5 million domestic tourists will supplement this number, resulting in a total 10 million visitors, both domestic and international for the year.
Balidiscovery.com is projecting Bali to end the year with 3.2 million foreign visitors. If this number is realized, Subhisku’s projection would represent a 9.4% improvement in foreign arrivals in 2014.
Subhisku annotated his projections for tourist arrivals in 2014 saying they were made ceteris apribus or on the understanding “all other things being equal or held constant.”
Subhisku, as the head provincial tourism office for Bali, said maintaining security and peace on the island is a main pre-condition to growing arrivals. He also pointed out that the improved infrastructure in Bali is now more supportive to the hosting of major meetings and conferences.
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