About Annual Meeting 2022
Global Tourism Forum Annual Meeting 2022 Indonesia is Asia pacific’s largest tourism event bringing together the key players of tourism and its parallel industries, politicians, digital influencers, investors and experts to reshape the path through industry’s future. GTF’s Annual Meeting 2022 will take place during two days in Bali on November 17- 18, with the c-level representors of world’s top travel, tourism, aviation companies.
Tourism in Indonesia
Tourism in Indonesia is an essential source of foreign currency for the country and an essential part of the economy. Indonesia was listed as the 20th most attractive tourist destination globally and the 9th fastest expanding globally in 2017. Many of the world’s most popular destinations saw a significant increase in 2018, with Denpasar, Jakarta, and Batam among the ten fastest-growing destinations, with 32.7, 29.2, and 23.3 per cent year-over-year growth correspondingly. The tourist industry was the fourth biggest in terms of the volume of products and services exported.
Foreign visitor visits in Indonesia increased by 1.9% in 2019, up from 16.1 million in 2018. About 9.73 million foreign tourists came to Indonesia in 2015, spending an average of 7.5 nights in hotels and staying for an average of 7.5 days, for a total of about $1,142. That same year, overseas visitors to Indonesia spent about $152 per day or $152.22 per day on average. One of the five most significant tourist sources to Indonesia is Singapore, Malaysia, China, Australia, and Japan.
Indonesia was ranked 40th overall in the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2019 with a Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index score of 4.3. Indonesia ranked 42nd out of 136 nations in the 2017 study with a score of 4.2. According to the study, Indonesia’s tourism industry has a price competitiveness ranking of third out of 141 nations.