Foreign tourist arrivals in Indonesia tumbled 88.08 percent year-on-year to 164,088 in December 2020, as the COVID-19 global crisis forced more countries to implement travel restrictions. The number of arrivals by air in Bali, the center of the Indonesian tourism industry, slumped 99.98 percent to 127. Also, those visiting Jakarta plunged 88.32 percent to 21,812 and those reaching to Batam slumped 99.75 percent to 471. Tourists fell mostly from Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. Considering full 2020, tourist arrivals totaled 4.02 million, 75.03 percent below the 16.11 million visits in the same period of 2019.