Tag: Labuan Bajo

Tourism Industry Outlook

Coordinating minister for maritime affairs Luhut Binsar Panjaitan claimed 32,000 participants from 189 countries have registered to attend the IMF-World Bank Annual Meeting in Nusa Dua, Bali Island, which kicks off today. The registered participants is way above initial prediction of around 20,000 people. 

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Infrastructure & Tourism Industry

We have just visited some interesting tourism destinations in Flores Island last week. While we appreciate the government’s efforts to improve basic infrastructure in Labuan Bajo, the main gate to Komodo national park, Pink Beach, and Padar Island, access road to inland destinations like Wae Rebo cultural heritage village needs to be fixed immediately.

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Labuan Bajo Updates

Ayana Komodo Resort in Waecicu Beach, Flores Island, is scheduled for opening in September 2018 ahead of the IMF-World Bank Annual Meeting in Bali Island. Claimed itself the first and only 5-star resort on Labuan Bajo’s exquisite Waecicu Beach, Ayana lifts the area’s profile.

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Emerging Tourism Destinations: Labuan Bajo

National media reported in the past few days that Victor Laiskodat, politician from NasDem Party, who is also candidate of governor for East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), has expressed his interest to acquire Komodo airport in Labuan Bajo, NTT, which is now the fastest growing tourism destination. The airport is one of 10 airports offered to private sector for further developments.

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Tourism Industry

Pretty much as predicted, number of foreign tourists entering Indonesia declined 8.42% from October to 1.06 million visits in November 2017 due to fears of Agung volcano eruption in Bali Island. Still, it represented 5.86% growth year-on-year. That means the country welcomed 12.68 million visits in Jan-Nov 2017, an increase of 21.84% from the corresponding period of 2016.

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