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Bali hosts 20 pct more Chinese tourists in 2011
06 Feb, 2012 12:43:55
DENPASAR, Bali, Feb 6 (Asia Pulse) - A total of 236,867 Chinese tourists visited the resort island of Bali last year, up by 20.28 per cent from 196,926 a year earlier, according to data.
"They mostly came to Bali via Ngurah Rai Airport by direct flights from their country and only eight of them by cruise liners," Head of the Bali Provincial Statistics Office Ir Gede Suarsa MSi said here on Sunday.

China ranked second among the top ten sources of foreign tourist arrivals in Bali last year after Australia, followed by Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan, South Korea, France, Singapore, Britain and the United States.

He expressed hope that more and more Chinese tourists would visit the resort island in the future thanks to China`s ever increasingly higher economic growth and China-Bali direct flight.
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