Bali is in high demand of Australian visitors, says the minister

 Thursday, September 22, 2022 


At present, the craze of Australian tourists visiting Bali is quite high, on Tuesday, Sandiaga Uno, the Tourism and Creative Economy Minister, Indonesia, highlighted this through an official statement.

This is helped by the ease of majority of travel restrictions, improving execution of health and safety rules, new tourism product offers, and added initiations to strengthen the distinctiveness of the culture of Bali.

Uno said that the Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry of Indonesia is all committed to make the most of the potential of Australian tourists to motivate monetary revitalization of the country.

The ministry is keeping no stones unturned to grow Australian tourists by facilitating 18 hotels and resort industry actors to carry out a sales assignment to Australia on August 22-25, 2022.

The mission number one – ‘itsTimeforBali’ and mission number two –‘Explore Beyond Bali’, has a series of activities that comprise one-on-one business meeting, table top meeting, and sales call in Sydney and Melbourne.

Indonesian tourism actors in the table top meeting, carried out presentation and networked with 150 retailers and agents from four main wholesalers in Australia: Helloworld, Flight Centre, Bali Tours, and Hoot Holidays.

Besides, the ministry makes use of the chance to set up network with other key industry players like Luxury Escapes and Ignite Holidays, mass customers, like Flight Center, and airlines Virgin Australia and Garuda Indonesia.

The mentioned that this activity is taken on with the aim to reinforce the Wonderful Indonesia brand to remain on the top of the minds of tourists worldwide.

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