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Chinese Tourists to Spend Lunar New Year in Bali in Droves

Brief: Aside from Phuket and Jeju, Bali has become one of the most favored destinations for Chinese tourists to spend their Chinese New Year holiday starting from Jan 27 to Feb. 2.
Uluwatu Temple in Bali
Tourists watch a traditional Balinese Kecak Dance at Uluwatu Temple in Bali.
 
Aside from Phuket and Jeju, Bali has become one of the most favored destinations for Chinese tourists to spend their Chinese New Year holiday starting from Jan 27 to Feb. 2. The three places are preferred as they either can be reached by cruise ship, offer tropical island leisure or fun in the snow.

“Going on cruises is a new trend for Chinese travelers, especially those who go on vacation with their families,” said Zhang Lingyun, director of Beijing Tourism Academy, as quoted by kompas.com.

It is estimated that the number of Chinese tourists who have made reservations on a cruise ship this year has tripled compared to last year’s numbers during Chinese New Year holiday.
 
According to a report from China National Tourism Academy (CNTA), it is predicted that the amount of Chinese tourists who travel abroad will be up to 6 million people. The number has seen a 48 percent annual increase for the Chinese New Year holiday period.

Based on a record from China Tourism Academy, 122 million Chinese tourists had traveled outside their country in 2016 and spent a combined US$109.8 million on their trips. This is 16 percent higher than local tourists' expenditures within China.

Other favorite destinations for Chinese tourists include Australia, New Zealand, England, and the United States.
Source: Jakarta Post
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