Travel and Tourism - Indonesia - May 2011
Bali was bombed again in August 2005, and once again, the number of foreign visitors to Indonesia dropped dramatically. The country then hit the headlines again in 2007, this time owing to its poor air safety record, which prompted the European Union (EU) to ban all airlines from Indonesia. However, with the government reigniting its marketing efforts in 2008, tourism arrivals into the country rose to an all-time high of 6.4 million. Further gains were made in 2009, although this was tempered slightly by the global financial recession that struck between the last quarter of 2008 and the first half of 2009.
Nonetheless, the situation is on the up for Indonesia as it sets its ambitious destination marketing plans into action, and the government hopes to welcome 7.7 million tourists to its shores in 2011.
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