Published on : Monday, August 14, 2017
Indonesia’s tourism hotspot Bali has recorded 3.04 days of stay by tourists in June which is 0.14 day shorter than in May this year, Indonesia’s Antara News Agency reported. The report covers guests of star rated hotels among foreign and domestic tourists in Bali.
Domestic guests stayed for 2.54 days on the average in June or 0.07 day shorter than 2.61 days in May while foreign guests stayed longer averaging 3.24 days in June or 0.16 day shorter than in May.
“In May, the length of stay of tourist guest of star rated hotels in the tourist island averaged 3.18 days in one visits,” head of the provincial office of the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) Adi Nugroho said.
Foreign guests of one-star hotels stayed for 3.83 days on the average in June this year, or 0.38 days longer than 3.45 days in May. Meanwhile, domestic guests stayed only for 1.8 days in June or 1.47 days shorter than in 3.27 days in May.
Foreign guests stayed for 2.45 days at two-star hotels and for 3.02 days at 3-star hotels. Domestic guests stayed for 1.65 days at 2-star hotels and 2.11 days at 3-star hotels on the average.
Foreign guests of 4-star hotels stayed for 3.52 days and domestic guests for 2.57 days. Five-star hotels recorded a length of stay of 3.21 days for foreign guests and 4 days for domestic guests, Adi said.
In June, Bali recorded 504,141 visits by foreign tourists, up 24.22 per cent year-on-year and 3.02 percent from May, 2017.