More Indian Tourists to Bali

According to Indonesian Ministry of Culture and Tourism at the end of 2007, the number of Indian visitors to Bali amounted to 21,909, up from 71.27 percent the previous year. There has been a steady increase in Indian arrivals to the island exotic. In 2003, the number of Indians who visited Bali was only 4,554. The following year, the number has been a quantum jump of 42.03 percent to 6,468 and in 2006 it was 12,792 percent.

Bali, which was named the World 's island of the best by the store international travel, is one of tourist destinations most popular in the world. Nestled in the Indonesian archipelago, with a rich tropical fauna and exotic cultures, it attracts tourists from across continents. Had a lot of similarities between Bali and India and influence of epics Ramayana and Mahabharata the lives of people in Bali and India, both places have shared an emotional link, "the report published by the ministry said.

Bali, one of 17,000 odd islands in the Indonesian archipelago, was an old center of commerce involved in the spice pepper, cloves, nutmeg, vanilla and cinnamon. India has row last year 14th in terms of foreign tourists visiting Bali.

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