Tourism Minister Arief Yahya has announced that in an bid to boost traveller arrivals during a year-end holiday season, discounts of adult to 50 per cent would be offering to tourists visiting Bali.
“Discounts of between 40 to 50 per cent will be offered,” Arief pronounced in Denpasar on Monday after attending a assembly with Bali tourism stakeholders.
The bonus process is partial of an bid to boost traveller arrivals to Bali, quite during a New Year’s Eye festivities, after unfamiliar and domestic tourists have shown hostility to revisit a review island in light of a volcanic activity of Mount Agung.
The discounts would be given to both domestic and unfamiliar tourists, pronounced Arief, adding that a supervision allocated Rp 100 billion (S$9.4million) to feature a graduation of a Bali tourism industry.
This year, a supervision targeted 6 million unfamiliar traveller arrivals to Bali, however Arief projected that figure would usually strech 5.5 million since of a ongoing volcanic activity.
He pronounced a series of traveller arrivals had reached 5 million as of October.
Next year, he added, a supervision targeted 7 million unfamiliar traveller arrivals to Bali.