Factors Affecting the Tourism Industry of Bali

Factors Affecting the
Tourism Industry of Bali
- Accessibility
- Paved roads and access paths to popular beaches
- Presence of Airport
- Ngurah Rai International Airport
- Presence of roads
- Presence of ports
- Port of Benoa
- Small port near the airport
- Port of Padangpai
- Used by larger and luxury cruise ships
- Different modes of Transport
- Road Trips
- Taxi Services
- Cars, motorcycles and bicycles
can be rented for own use
- Cheap buses, minibuses and bemos serve as a
public transport' as they usually run on somewhat
set routes within or between towns
- Tourist shuttle buses have services
that run between major tourist
- Boat Trips
- A state-run passenger line called PELNI operates
weekly sailings between Bali and Jakarta,
Makassar and Balikpapan
- People from other parts of Indonesia can also
conveniently reach Bali without taking an airplane
which may probably cost more
- Treatment of Tourists from Locals
- Residents of Bali are known to be warm and friendly to the tourists
- Unique Cultures
- Artist Villages
- Diverse and sophisticated art forms
- Paintings
- Contemporary paintings, free in its creative topics yet strongly and distinctly Balinese
- Batik of Bali
- Batubulan village
- Balinese painter Ni Made Kurniati Andika is a well-renowned painter
- Sculptures
- Wood carvings
- Mas Village
- Handcrafts
- Celuk village for fine silver jewellery
- Performing Art Cultures
- Balinese percussion orchestra music, gamelan, is highly developed and varied and tells stories with heavy Balinese influence
- Famous Balinese dances
- Pendet
- Legong
- Baris
- Topeng
- Barong
- Kecak
- Religion
- Temples
- Pura Luhur Batukaru
- Pura Bukit Dharma Durga
- Pura Goa Lawah
- Pura Kehen
- Pura Luhur Uluwatu temple
- Pura Panataran Sasih
- Pura Sada
- Pura Tegeh Koripan
- Pura Ulu Danau Bratan
- Developing Tourism Industry
- Building and promotion of various attractions
- Security
- Terrorism
- 2002 Bali Bombings
- A series of terrorist suicide bombs and a car bomb
attack that occurred on 12 October 2002 in the
tourist district of Kuta
- Incentive Tourism Packages
implemented for tourists from
- Security measures such as patrols
around tourist areas have been stepped
- 2005 Bali Bombings
- A series of terrorist suicide bombs and car
bomb attacks that occurred on October 1
- Authorities assured tourists that Bali is still considered a safe place to visit
- Customs
- Indonesian Law forbids visitors from bringing weapons, illegal drugs and pornography
- Limit on amount of alcohol, cigarettes, cigars, tobacco and perfume
- Tourism Businesses
- Hotel Chains
- Shopping Malls
- Airline Companies
- Garuda Indonesia Airlines
- Cruises
- Tour Companies
- Tourist Refund Schemes
- Value-added tax refund scheme
- Allows tourists to purchase items
without needing to pay the value-added
- Foreign Exchange Rate
- Good exchange rate for tourists,
get goods at cheaper rate
- Stability
- With a stable economy, people would have a
stable income and more domestic tourists would
visit the country
- Government would have sufficient
resources to develop the tourism
- Attractions
- Beaches
- Kuta Beach
- Ideal for surfing activities
- Legian Beach
- Lovina Beach
- Ideal for sunset watching,
snorkeling and diving activities
- Nusa Dua Beach
- Offers excellent swimming in a protected lagoon
- Nusa Lembongan Beach
- Glass-bottom boat tours
- Diving and snorkeling activities
- Sanur Beach
- Offers great conditions for windsurfing,
parasailing and other recreational
- Soka Beach
- Tuban Beach
- Caves
- Goa Gajah Bedulu Elephant Cave
- Nature Reserves/National Parks
- Bali Barat National Park in Menjangan Island
- Great spot for diving and snorkeling
- Sangeh Monkey Forest
- Ubud Monkey Forest
- Coves
- Jimbaran Cove
- Popular site for windsurfing and
small sailing craft
- Mountains
- Gunung Agung
- Mountain climbing activites
- Mountainous area of Pancasari
Village, Singaraja
- Bali Handara Kosaido Country
Club for golf activities
- Rivers
- Ayung River
- White Water Rafting activites
- Weather & Climate
- Temperatures that ranges between
20 and 33 degrees Celsius all year-round
- Even during the rainy season, rains tend only to
come during the evenings, leaving the days sunny
and warm for tourists to scour the island
- Low humidity conditions