Visa-free, Asian Tourists Flood Bali

The impact of visa-free policy given the Indonesian government

Morning in Sanur, Bali

Country with a long coastlines always filled with palm trees, waving their leaves, as if calling the sailors of the ships that are sailing in the long coastlines. Has become a common sight for the ships that pass in the day cloudy, with assistance from the sound of sea birds in the air.

Tourism became one of the mainstays for the countries in the region, even for the countries in the world, the government of Indonesia to see the opportunities that can be done, to nature which is still considered to be new to most world travelers, virgin nature, pollution free, white sandy beaches, traditional villages, tempting culinary flavors, thus attracting tourists can be a positive contribution to the economy of local communities.

Kecak Dance at Uluwatu, Bali

Geographical proximity may be able to be the main reason, tourists from Asia, namely China, Japan, and South Korea to increase in travel to Bali in early 2015, they welcomed the imposition of visa-free tourist arrivals to Bali and other tourist areas in Indonesia.

The average increase of tourists reached above 10 percent in January-June 2015.

A proactive efforts of the new government in Indonesia, since last year, visa-free policy that will be extended to other countries, such as Russia, they most liked sightseeing trips using charter flights, regardless geographic distance is an obstacle, but the policy can an attraction for tourists.

(Source Kompas Travel, Antara /Images N Ginting, M Paath Djojonegoro)


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