A more and more famous destination for international tourism, Indonesia has a growing number of foreign tourists arrivals, both for leisure and business. With a long average stay and high daily spending, tourists are important for many businesses in the country. These infographics dive into the details of tourism in Indonesia.
Arrivals, expenditures and purposes of tourists in Indonesia
Indonesia has received 9.435 million tourists in 2014. Coming primarily from East Asia and the Pacific, an important number of tourists also came from Europe. Entering the country through airports (about 74%), they also come from the sea (about 25%) and, for a marginal part, from land (0.6%), as the country shares only a few land boarders with Malaysia, Papua New Guinea and Timor Leste.
Tourists spent a total of 11.567 billion US$ in the country in 2014, with 1.306 billion US$ on passenger transport and 10.261 billion US$ on their travel. Their habits show an average length of stay of 7.66 days and an average daily expenditure of 154.40 US$.
This data recently published by the World Tourism Organization – UNWTO – is gathered with many more details in the following infographic. It presents various dimensions of tourism in Indonesia to help you quickly grasp the most important aspects.
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International tourists arrivals
This infographic gathers the data on tourists arrivals in Indonesia for the years 2010 to 2014. It details absolute numbers of tourists for each year, year on year evolution and visualization of the region of origin of tourists:
- South Asia
- Middle East
- East Asia & Pacific
Leisure vs business tourism
Presenting the data on types of tourists according to their main purpose for visiting Indonesia, this infographic also details the expenditure according to the two types of tourism.
This last infographic presents the habits and behaviors of tourists in Indonesia:
- Average length of stay
- Average daily expenditure
- Mode of transport
If you need to promote services for tourism in Indonesia, don’t forget to have a look and maybe embed some of the videos from Wonderful Indonesia campaign.