Tourists Use Hotel in Bali 3.19 Days

By : Chodijah Febriyani And Aldi Firhand A | Sunday, October 01 2017 - 22:32 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Foreign tourists and archipelago enjoying holiday in Bali using star hotel facilities on average for 3.19 days in July 2017.

"The figure increased 0.15 days compared to the previous month (June 2017) recorded 3.04 days," said Head of Bali Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) Adi Nugroho, in Denpasar, Sunday (1/10/2017)

He said the overall length of stay of domestic guests in Bali in July 2017 averaged 2.82 days or decreased 0.28 days compared to the previous month recorded 2.54 percent.

While foreign tourists who stay in star hotels in Bali an average of 3.32 days during July 2017 or up 0.08 days compared to the previous month recorded 3.24 days.

Adi Nugroho explained, the tourist destination of the Island of the Gods during July 2017 received a visit of foreign tourists as much as 592,046 people through Ngurah Rai Airport 591,812 people and through the sea port 234 people.

Tourists who came to Bali increased by 22.27 percent compared to the same month of the previous year (July 2016), or compared to the previous month, June 2017 increased by 17.44 percent.

While the domestic tourists in holiday in Bali take advantage of star hotel facilities for 2.82 days in July 2017 or up 0.28 days from the previous month 2.54 days.

Foreign tourists stay at one-star hotels on average for 3.55 days, two stars 2.77 days, three stars 3.25 days, four stars 3.62 days, and five-star hotels 3.18 days.

Domestic tourists stay in one-star hotels on average for 1.80 days, two-star 1.76 days, three-star 2.67 days, four-star 2.57 days, and five-star 5.25 days.

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