Can Bali Win Back Australian Tourists? – Bali is a place chosen by Australian tourists because of its proximity to Western Australia. Bali is easily accessible and relatively inexpensive for tourists who want sunshine all year round, white sand beaches and a vibrant nightlife.
Despite the tragic attacks of 2002 and 2005, in which Australians died together, tourism continued to grow. In Bali, there are many beautiful and beautiful beaches for surfing as well as the famous nightlife that helps to restore this terrible event.
Kuta Beach is Bali’s most popular beach resort and the most commercialized. Young Australians are particularly interested in the coolness of the seaside resort and the beach. 1.1 million Australians travel abroad for their holidays each year and 1 million in Bali.
In recent years, the Australian tourist market in Bali has experienced an alarming decline. Australians choose to visit the island less. Although the effects are debatable, there are several reasons for this. The main reason could be the last drop in the value of the Australian dollar. As a result, overseas travel is very expensive for many Australians.
The second reason is the 2015 social sharing campaign to boycott Bali after Bali 9, including 2 Australians, Andrew Chan, and Myuran Sukumaran. It is unclear whether this boycott has affected Australians traveling to Bali, but as it crosses the resorts and beaches of Bali, it seems that Australian tourists are less than two years old.
However, Indonesians are full of control and are quickly looking for new opportunities to fill the void left by Australians. They began to attract Chinese tourists to the island paradise.
With more than one billion people, nearly 100 million Chinese tourists travel abroad each year. Garuda, the Indonesian national airline, begins this year with flights between Shanghai and Denpasar, Bali.
This was added to Jalan Denpasar in Beijing and Jalan Denpasar in Guangzhou. Chinese tourism in Bali has increased by 36% in the first three months of 2016.
The Chinese may offer attractive alternatives to the Bali tourism industry, but there will still be romance among island and Australian tourists. Bali is now trying to restore Australian tourists.
This year, Australians have come a long way in the right direction by canceling the entry visas they had to pay in the past. It’s $ 50 or $ 38. Over the years, the Indonesian government has talked about the abolition of visas, but until 2016 it has finally reached 169 countries to provide free access to the island.