November 26, 2020, 05.52 PM
The Bali tourism scene is seeing some glimmer of hope as the domestic tourist arrivals have slowly started picking up. ANTARA FOTO/FIKRI YUSUFThe Bali tourism scene is seeing some glimmer of hope as the domestic tourist arrivals have slowly started picking up.

KOMPAS.com – The Bali tourism scene is seeing some glimmer of hope as the domestic tourist arrivals have slowly started picking up.

Since October 23, Indonesia’s most sought-after tourist destination has had an average of 5,000 tourist arrivals per day, boosted by the long holiday break last month.

“The average number of domestic tourist arrivals [towards the end of October] was 5,000 people per day. There were days when that number reached 6,000 visitors per day and also 4,800 arrivals,” said Putu Astawa, Head of the Bali Tourism Agency.

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Bali’s government data indicated an increase in tourist arrivals on the island between October 23-31 though it was fluctuating.

On October 23, there were 5,137 travelers to Bali, and on October 24-25, there were a respective 5,137 and 4,980 travelers per day.

For the period of October 26-31, there were 5,047, 6,305, 9,539, 6,800, 5,828, and 3,968 visitors, respectively.

Compared to previous months, the number of travelers entering the island in October and November is showing signs of improvement.

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The average number of domestic arrivals into Bali between July 31 and early October hovered between 3,000-3,500 guests per day. Government data for the month of November has already put tourist arrivals at 5,000.

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