Bali property and bali villas for sale - bali targets 1. 5 mn prc tourists in 2024 in 2024, bali hopes to attract 1. 5 million tourists from the people's republic of china.

In 2024, Bali hopes to attract 1.5 million tourists from the People’s Republic of China.

Under the direction of Indonesia’s Minister for Tourism and the Creative Economy, the island of Bali is expected to receive 1.5 million tourists from mainland China by the year 2024. Compared to the number of visitors from the People’s Republic of China that was attained in 2023, the new aim indicates an increase of 707,000 Chinese visitors.

According to Wisnu Sindhutrisno, the Regional Marketing Director for the Tourism Ministry, Chinese tourists who visit Bali will travel to and from the island on one of the thirteen airlines that are currently operating flights between the mainland of China and the island. This information was originally reported by Detik.com. The following is a further statement: “We count a current seat capacity of 1.1 million (between PRC and Bali). This will be pushed to the point where the capacity for searing reaches 1.5 million.

According to Wisnu, the Chinese government asserts that forty million people from the People’s Republic of China will have vacations outside of the country in the year 2024. This number is significantly higher than the 10 million people from the Mainland of China that travelled outside of China in the year 2023. Although Wisnu stated that the Tourism Ministry is still dedicated to drawing “quality tourists” to Indonesia, he also stated that Indonesia is looking for tourists who are willing to spend a significant amount of money and stay for extended periods of time. According to him, the typical length of stay for Chinese tourists in Bali is between five and seven days.

It was brought to Wisnus’s attention that there are four peak travel times for travellers from China to places outside of China each year.

According to Wisnu, sixty-five percent of the Chinese tourists that visit Bali nowadays are members of the millenial generation, while the remaining tourists are those who are forty years old or older. According to him, Chinese tourists typically go to places that provide them with one-of-a-kind travel and cultural experiences. He also mentioned that Chinese tourists prefer to visit places that are “Instagrammable” and are good for taking selfies.

As the COVID-19 pandemic comes to an end, the official from the Tourism Ministry stated that the government of the People’s Republic of China is encouraging its residents to have vacations within the country. As a result, the People’s Republic of China is making an attempt to revive its domestic tourism industry. According to Wisnu, China states that the 40 million potential international outbound tourist market has only returned to a level of 10 to 15 million. This is despite the fact that the local market is quite large.

According to Wisnu, there were a total of 707,347 Chinese tourists that visited Indonesia during the months of January and November 2023. As the market in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) begins to revive, Chinese tourists made up 5.4% of all foreign tourists in December 2023.

On Saturday, January 20, 2024, the Chinese airline Juneyao successfully completed its inaugural flight, which originated from Shanghai and ended in Denpasar. With 164 passengers on board, an Airbus A320neo with the designation HO 1355 took off from Shanghai at 8:35 a.m. local time and arrived in Denpasar at 3:50 p.m.

Bali is now a daily destination for Juneyao Airlines’ flights.

It is the intention of the Chinese airline to replace the Airbus A320neo with a larger Boeing 787 Dreamliner that is capable of transporting between 360 and 400 passengers in order to accommodate the anticipated increase in the number of passengers travelling to Bali. The Ministry of Tourism is attempting to persuade Juneyao Airline to increase the number of passengers it can transport to Bali and are also considering the possibility of flying extra flights to Jakarta and Yogyakarta.

In the meantime, the general manager of PT Angkasa Pura I, which is in charge of managing the Bali Airport, mentioned that Juneyao Airlines is the 38th airline that operates international flights to the Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali.

source: https://balidiscovery.com/

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