Badung Aims Australia, India and Russia as Targets for Tourism Promotion

By : Aldi Firhand Alqudri | Wednesday, July 26 2017 - 01:12 IWST

Bali Tourism
Bali Tourism

INDUSTRY.co.id - Bali, the Government of Badung-Bali regency seeks to increase the visit of foreign tourists with the target of tourism promotion (Sales Mission) Australia, India and Russia.

"In the near future these three countries will be the target of tourism promotion Badung regency to be more widely known by the entire world community," said Head of Tourism Badung regency I Made Badra in Mangupura, Saturday (29/04/2017).

Related to that, the Tourism Department has coordinated with the Regional Tourism Promotion Agency along with PHRI to support the activity so that later the Island of Gods better known to the world community.

Badra added, tourism promotion to Australia will be conducted in July 2017 by targeting eight cities in the country Kangaroo. While in India the promotion will be made in New Delhi City in August 2017.

"For the promotion of tourism in Russia we had time to coordinate with the center that assesses the potential of tourist markets of the country is quite good," he said.

Previously, the Badung Government had promoted the tour to China with two cities namely Tianjin and Hohhot which were attended by 100 buyers from "top travel agent".

In the promotion of tourism, the enthusiasm of Chinese citizens to vacation to Bali is very high, because the Island of Gods become one of the prima donna tourist destination for the Bamboo Curtain country community.

Badung tourism promotion efforts in particular and Bali generally to the area, led directly Deputy Regent of Badung I Ketut Suiasa who also received directly Ambassador (Ambassador) Indonesia in Beijing Soegeng Rahardjo.

Badra believes the natural beauty of Bali Island, especially in Badung regency is still a primadoma of tourists who want to enjoy the atmosphere of white sand beaches in the area.

"Hopefully the visit of tourists to Bali can increase the Original Revenue, especially in Badung and Bali generally," said Badra.

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