Tourist Destination: Bali - Factors affecting the Tourism Industry there

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1. Physical

1.1. Attractions

1.1.1. Beaches Kuta Beach Ideal for surfing activities Legian Beach Lovina Beach Ideal for sunset watching, snorkeling and diving activities Nusa Dua Beach Offers excellent swimming in a protected lagoon Nusa Lembongan Beach Glass-bottom boat tours Diving and snorkeling activities Sanur Beach Offers great conditions for windsurfing, parasailing and other recreational activities Soka Beach Tuban Beach

1.1.2. Caves Goa Gajah Bedulu Elephant Cave

1.1.3. Nature Reserves/National Parks Bali Barat National Park in Menjangan Island Great spot for diving and snorkeling Sangeh Monkey Forest Ubud Monkey Forest

1.1.4. Coves Jimbaran Cove Popular site for windsurfing and small sailing craft

1.1.5. Mountains Gunung Agung Mountain climbing activites Mountainous area of Pancasari Village, Singaraja Bali Handara Kosaido Country Club for golf activities

1.1.6. Rivers Ayung River White Water Rafting activites

1.2. Weather & Climate

1.2.1. Temperatures that ranges between 20 and 33 degrees Celsius all year-round

1.2.2. Even during the rainy season, rains tend only to come during the evenings, leaving the days sunny and warm for tourists to scour the island

1.2.3. Low humidity conditions

2. Economic

2.1. Tourism Businesses

2.1.1. Hotel Chains

2.1.2. Shopping Malls

2.1.3. Airline Companies Garuda Indonesia Airlines

2.1.4. Cruises

2.1.5. Tour Companies

2.2. Tourist Refund Schemes

2.2.1. Value-added tax refund scheme Allows tourists to purchase items without needing to pay the value-added tax

2.3. Foreign Exchange Rate

2.3.1. Good exchange rate for tourists, get goods at cheaper rate

2.4. Stability

2.4.1. With a stable economy, people would have a stable income and more domestic tourists would visit the country

2.4.2. Government would have sufficient resources to develop the tourism industry

3. Social

3.1. Treatment of Tourists from Locals

3.1.1. Residents of Bali are known to be warm and friendly to the tourists

3.2. Unique Cultures

3.2.1. Artist Villages Diverse and sophisticated art forms Paintings Sculptures Wood carvings Handcrafts Performing Art Cultures

3.3. Religion

3.3.1. Temples Pura Luhur Batukaru Pura Bukit Dharma Durga Pura Goa Lawah Pura Kehen Pura Luhur Uluwatu temple Pura Panataran Sasih Pura Sada Pura Tegeh Koripan Pura Ulu Danau Bratan

4. Political

4.1. Developing Tourism Industry

4.1.1. Building and promotion of various attractions

4.2. Security

4.2.1. Terrorism 2002 Bali Bombings A series of terrorist suicide bombs and a car bomb attack that occurred on 12 October 2002 in the tourist district of Kuta 2005 Bali Bombings A series of terrorist suicide bombs and car bomb attacks that occurred on October 1 2005

4.2.2. Customs Indonesian Law forbids visitors from bringing weapons, illegal drugs and pornography Limit on amount of alcohol, cigarettes, cigars, tobacco and perfume

5. Technological

5.1. Accessibility

5.1.1. Paved roads and access paths to popular beaches

5.1.2. Presence of Airport Ngurah Rai International Airport

5.1.3. Presence of roads

5.1.4. Presence of ports Port of Benoa Small port near the airport Port of Padangpai Used by larger and luxury cruise ships

5.2. Different modes of Transport

5.2.1. Road Trips Taxi Services Cars, motorcycles and bicycles can be rented for own use Cheap buses, minibuses and bemos serve as a 'public transport' as they usually run on somewhat set routes within or between towns Tourist shuttle buses have services that run between major tourist centres

5.2.2. Boat Trips A state-run passenger line called PELNI operates weekly sailings between Bali and Jakarta, Makassar and Balikpapan People from other parts of Indonesia can also conveniently reach Bali without taking an airplane which may probably cost more