Tourism Flows in Indonesia
During the review period, the Ministry of Tourism prioritised two programmes focussing on two different areas: nomadic tourism and digital tourism. Nomadic tourism, which primarily targets inbound tourists and middle- to upper-income classes, promotes temporary traveling in terms of its accessibility as well as amenities. In the previous year, the Indonesian government started to set targets for inbound arrivals each year and announced the “10 new Balis” programme as a strategy to achieve these...
Euromonitor International's Tourism Flows in Indonesia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest market size data 2013-2017, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market - be they new legislative, technology or pricing issues. Background information on disposable income, annual leave and holiday taking habits is also included. Forecasts to 2022 illustrate how the market is set to change.
Product coverage: Domestic Trips, Inbound Arrivals, Outbound Departures.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
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- TOURISM FLOWS IN INDONESIA
- Euromonitor International
- September 2018
- LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES
- Nomadic Tourism and Digital Tourism Become Strategies To Promote Inbound Arrivals
- Terrorism Attacks Slow Down Inbound Arrivals
- Tourism Flows Expected To Continue Growing in Future Years
- Category Data
- Table 1 Inbound Arrivals: Number of Trips 2013-2018
- Table 2 Inbound Arrivals by Country: Number of Trips 2013-2018
- Table 3 Inbound City Arrivals 2013-2018
- Table 4 Inbound Receipts: Value 2013-2018
- Table 5 Leisure Inbound Demographics: Number of Trips 2013-2018
- Table 6 Forecast Inbound Arrivals: Number of Trips 2018-2023
- Table 7 Forecast Inbound Arrivals by Country: Number of Trips 2018-2023
- Table 8 Forecast Inbound Receipts: Value 2018-2023
- Table 9 Domestic Trips by Destination: Number of Trips 2013-2018
- Table 10 Domestic Business Trips by Travel Mode: Number of Trips 2013-2018
- Table 11 Domestic Leisure Trips by Travel Mode: Number of Trips 2013-2018
- Table 12 Domestic Expenditure: Value 2013-2018
- Table 13 Forecast Domestic Business Trips by Travel Mode: Number of Trips 2018-2023
- Table 14 Forecast Domestic Leisure Trips by Travel Mode: Number of Trips 2018-2023
- Table 15 Forecast Domestic Expenditure: Value 2018-2023
- Table 16 Outbound Departures: Number of Trips 2013-2018
- Table 17 Outbound Departures by Destination: Number of Trips 2013-2018
- Table 18 Outbound Expenditure: Value 2013-2018
- Table 19 Forecast Outbound Departures: Number of Trips 2018-2023
- Table 20 Forecast Outbound Departures by Destination: Number of Trips 2018-2023
- Table 21 Forecast Outbound Expenditure: Value 2018-2023
- Executive Summary
- Unpredicted Events in 2018 Negatively Impact the Nation's Tourism Industry
- Surge of Inbound Chinese Tourists Will Fuel Tourism Growth
- Importance of the Domestic Market, Although Lower in Value, Grows As the Nation's Economy Improves
- Infrastructure Will Remain A Major Challenge for Increasing Tourism
- Summary 1 Destination Indonesia: SWOT
- Market Data
- Table 22 Annual Leave: Volume 2013-2018
- Table 23 Travellers by Age: Number of People 2013-2018
- Table 24 Seasonality: Number of People 2013-2018
- Table 25 Leisure Outbound Demographics: Number of Trips 2013-2018
- Table 26 Other Transport Sales: Value 2013-2018
- Table 27 Other Transport Online Sales: Value 2013-2018
- Table 28 Forecast Other Transport Sales: Value 2018-2023
- Table 29 Forecast Other Transport Online Sales: Value 2018-2023
- Table 30 Activities: Value 2013-2018
- Table 31 Forecast Activities: Value 2018-2023
- Summary 2 Research Sources