Singaporean Tourists Visit Indonesia Most Often, Minister Reveals

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Rabu, 9 Agustus 2023 – 14:00 WIB

Jakarta – The Indonesian Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy/Head of the Tourism and Creative Economy Agency, Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno revealed that data from the Statistics Indonesia (BPS) shows that the number of foreign tourist visits continues to increase. Travelers from Singapore are known to visit Indonesia most often. 

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“BPS data for June 2023 foreign tourist visits is very strong. Month to month the increase in foreign tourists is significant, year on year also increased significantly,” Minister Sandiaga Uno said as quoted from his official press statement. 

Entering June 2023, the number of foreign tourist visits reached 1.062 million visits and cumulatively January – June 2023 foreign tourist visits reached 5,189,433 visits. 

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This number has increased by 11.44 percent with a Month to Month comparison (May 2023) and year on year has increased 119.64 percent compared to June 2022. 

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The number of foreign tourist visits in the first semester of this year is equivalent to 88.12 percent of total foreign tourist visits throughout 2022 or an increase of 250.33 percent compared to the first semester of 2022.

Meanwhile, when compared to the 2023 target of foreign tourist arrivals, the value is equivalent to 86.49 percent of the lower limit target (6 million) or 61.05 percent of the upper limit target (8.5 million). 

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Based on the country of origin of foreign tourists in June 2023, Singapore ranks first with a percentage of 16.41 percent, Malaysia 15.88 percent, Australia 12.47 percent, India 6.48 percent, and China 5.88 percent. 

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