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Countries that Visits Bali the Most from 2014-2022

Countries that Visits Bali the Most from 2014-2022

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Over 33 million travellers from around the world were visiting Bali in 2014-2022. Discover which countries are visiting Bali the most during that period.

From 2014 to 2022, over 33 millions of visitors from around the world have flocked to Bali to experience its unique blend of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and modern amenities. 

With its tropical climate, stunning beaches, vibrant culture, and beautiful scenery, it’s no wonder that Bali has become one of the most popular tourist destinations on the planet. 

In this article, we will take a closer look at which countries that have visited Bali the most during 2014-2022, exploring the reasons behind their popularity and what makes Bali such a sought-after destination.

Top 10 nationalities of foreign visitors to Bali from 2014-2022

From collecting a few data that has been released by Badan Pusat Statistik, we can see that the travellers from these 10 countries are visiting Bali the most.

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1.Australia7,378,870
2.China6,282,659
3.India1,630,866
4.Japan1,495,319
5.United Kingdom1,486,764
6.USA1,274,039
7.Malaysia1,260,026
8.France1,129,143
9.South Korea1,066,359
10.Germany1,062,419

The top 10 nationalities of foreign visitors to Bali from 2014-2022 are Australia, China, India, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States, Malaysia, France, South Korea, and Germany.

Australia has the highest number of visitors to Bali, with over 7 million people.

China and India topped on number 2 & 3, with over 6 million and 1.6 million visitors, respectively.

The United Kingdom, the United States, Malaysia, France, South Korea, and Germany also have significant numbers of visitors to Bali, with populations ranging from 1 million to 1.5 million.

A Notable Takeaway: Why do they love Bali so much?

So, why do these countries love Bali so much? Let’s take a closer look at the reasons behind their popularity:

Australia

Australians love Bali for its tropical climate, stunning beaches, and vibrant nightlife. Many also appreciate the affordability of the island, which makes it an accessible and budget-friendly holiday destination.

China

China is a growing market for Bali, with many Chinese tourists visiting the island for its beautiful scenery and unique cultural experiences. The Chinese are also drawn to Bali’s shopping opportunities, which offer a range of unique products and souvenirs.

India

Indian tourists are drawn to Bali for its cultural heritage and spiritual significance. Bali is known for its many Hindu and Buddhist temples, which offer a unique and inspiring cultural experience.

Japan

Japanese tourists are drawn to Bali for its natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. Many also appreciate the island’s tropical climate and its range of outdoor activities, such as surfing and snorkelling.

UK

Many Brits are craved for a tropical and warm climate. With the low-cost lifestyle they can get and the friendly digital nomad environment in Bali, many youngsters, families, or solo travellers from the United Kingdom came here.


Disclaimer

The data provided in this analysis is based on the information available at the time of writing and may not be completely accurate or up-to-date. 

This data should not be relied upon as a definitive source of information and may contain errors or inaccuracies. It is important to verify the data before making any decisions based on it.

Data source:

Armel Theurillat
Marketing Manager at Bali Management Villas