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Indonesia Urged To Promote MICE Tourism
An official at the Tourism & Creative Economy Ministry said Indonesia needs to promote MICE tourism as it has potential to generate income seven times higher than other types of special interest tourism. ... more
Seeking the Chinese Holidaymaker
Mainland Chinese tourists coming to Bali have surged ahead, becoming the second largest source of tourist visitors to Bali. ... more
Indonesian Tourism Ready to Erupt
As magnificent as that show was, it’s nothing compared to what Indonesia will show travelers when they finally discover one of the most underrated destinations in the world ... more
Indonesian foreign tourists rises 7 pct in August
The number of Indonesian foreign tourists in August scaled up by 7.24 percent to 826,800 on yearly basis, the national statistic bureau announce here on Wednesday. ... more
Today is Batik Day
If 60 million people - a quarter of the Indonesian population - will wear batik today that will be a special day indeed. Never was our traditional fabric put on the national pedestal in such a way in recent memory. ... more
RI working to boost visitors from South Korea
The Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry, along with the Indonesian Heritage Trust (BPPI), are enhancing promotional efforts to attract more visitors from the land of ginseng and kimchi, South Korea, as they look to boost the number of tourists by a third this year. ... more
Bringing Local communities on board for tourism development
Empowering local communities to engage in tourism activities can boost the industry, especially in many potential destinations in Indonesia. ... more
'Halal tourism' explained in six questions
The first-ever Halal Tourism Conference (HTC) is set to take place on September 22 and 23 in Granada, Spain. At the event, hospitality and travel professionals will examine how to better attract Muslim tourists, especially those of the high-income variety. ... more
Lombok optimistic despite Jetstar withdrawal
Visit Indonesia remains hopeful about the future of the Australian tourism to Lombok, despite Jetstar’s recent decision to axe its fledgling service to the island. ... more
Bali & Beyond Travel Fair 2014
The paradise island of Bali is all set and ready to present the wonders of the island, neighbouring emerging destinations including Lombok, Flores, Komodo, and the entire Indonesian Archipelago in the first ever Bali & Beyond Travel Fair 2014, scheduled to be held from 10th to 14th June 2014. ... more
Tips for driving safely in Bali
Transportation is always an important thing to think about when you are traveling. Different places have different driving cultures. Thus, when you are on the roads, knowing local rules can save you from a lot of trouble — accidentally running over a chicken, for example. ... more
Eurobodalla Surfriders join fight to ban plastic bags in Bali
SURFING a world-class break, Allen Grimwood remembers the day his spirits sank in an ocean of plastic. In 2007, the president of the Eurobodalla branch of the Surfrider Foundation Australia was surfing off the east coast of Bali, the tiny island he has loved since his first visit in 1981. ... more
Sumberkima is Chosen to be the New Airport Location
Sumberkima Village, Buleleng Regency, is chosen to be the location of establishing new airport in the area of North Bali as from the result of temporary technical analysis relatively ... more
The Bali Road to More Visitor Arrivals
The Indonesia Tourism Association (GIPI) views the imminent opening of Bali's first toll road as likely to help increase the number of tourist visitors to Bali ... more
Banda Aceh to host Tourism Indonesia Mart & Expo Time 2014
The Indonesian annual travel mart, the Tourism Indonesia Mart & Expo (TIME) or Pasar Wisata Indonesia, this year will take place in Banda Aceh, the captal city of Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam after being held in Padang last year. ... more

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