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Description

Description

Indonesians still require a fair amount of guidance during the booking process, and consequently, travel agents in Indonesia still perform the traditional role of booking flights and accommodation. Evidently, Indonesians research travel options and destinations online but ultimately they prefer travel agents to make the actual bookings or they book directly with suppliers. The online travel industry is still in its infancy in Indonesia as the majority of Indonesian consumers remain highly wary about the security of e-commerce transactions.

Group travel is still widely popular. Nevertheless, an increasing number of Indonesians now prefer to travel independently. The boom in low-cost carriers (LCCs) in Asia has stimulated demand for international flights out of Indonesia. In the meantime, Indonesian travellers became savvier as they accumulated more and more travel experiences. This newfound confidence and the widening availability of low-cost flights have indisputably been the major catalysts behind the robust growth in outbound traffic from Indonesia in the last three years.

What's included

What's included

Table of contents

Table of contents

  1. Introduction

    • Data Sources

      • Market Drivers

        • Population
          • Figure 1: Mid-year population estimates for Indonesia, 1950-2050
          • Figure 2: Mid-year population estimates for Indonesia, by gender and age, 2011-50
        • Economy
          • Key economic trends
              • Figure 3: Key economic indicators in Indonesia, 2003-10
            • Consumer expenditure in Indonesia
              • The growing middle and upper classes in Indonesia
                • Exchange rates
                  • Figure 4: Exchange rates between the Indonesian Rupiah and selected global currencies, 2004-10
                • Tourism balance
                  • Figure 5: Indonesia’s tourism balance, 2004-10
              • Outbound Tourism

                  • Arrivals
                    • Figure 6: Outbound travel from Indonesia, 2004-10
                  • Destinations
                    • Figure 7: Outbound travel from Indonesia, by selected destinations, 2005-09
                  • Africa
                    • Americas
                      • Asia Pacific
                        • Europe
                          • Middle East
                          • Market Characteristics

                              • Pre-booking behaviour and booking methods
                                • Demographics
                                  • Figure 8: Arrivals from Indonesia to Singapore, by gender and age, 2005, 2007 and 2009
                                • Purpose of visit
                                  • Figure 9: Arrivals from Indonesia to Singapore, by purpose of visit, 2005, 2007 and 2009
                                • Expenditure
                                  • Length of stay
                                    • Figure 10: Average length of stay of outbound Indonesian tourists, 2004-10
                                  • Seasonality
                                  • Transport

                                      • Air
                                          • Figure 11: Number of international passengers carried in and out of Indonesia, 2004-09
                                          • Figure 12: International outbound flights operated from Indonesia by Garuda Indonesia, May 2011
                                          • Figure 13: International outbound flights operated from Indonesia by Lion Air, May 2011
                                          • Figure 14: International outbound flights from Indonesia operated by Indonesia AirAsia, May 2011
                                          • Figure 15: International outbound flights from Indonesia operated by Batavia Air, May 2011
                                          • Figure 16: International outbound flights from Indonesia operated by Firefly, May 2011
                                          • Figure 17: International outbound flights from Indonesia operated by Jetstar Asia, May 2011
                                        • Road
                                          • Rail
                                            • Sea
                                            • Accommodation

                                              • Tour Operators and Travel Agencies

                                                • What Next?

                                                      • Figure 18: Outbound departures from Indonesia and international tourism expenditure by Indonesians, 2004-15

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