Wonderful Indonesia : A Rising Star On The Global Tourisn Map

BVA Editor

23rd May 2024

In recent years, the hospitality industry has witnessed a significant shift in global travel trends. As travellers seek out unique and captivating destinations, Indonesia has emerged as a shining star on the global tourism map. With its rich cultural heritage, breath-taking landscapes, and warm hospitality, this diverse archipelago has captured the hearts of travellers from around the world. 

 

“We are very keen to share a must-visit destination in Indonesia and present it at BBTF 2024, we believe it will impact on the hospitality industry as a whole, from Bali we hope to connect the stakeholders from all provinces to collaborate to sustain Indonesia popularity. Stay tune and learn more about how to join BBTF 2024 – the theme will be about exploring and experiencing the senses of Indonesia’s beauty – we will present more Bali & Beyond destinations for that”. I Putu Winastra, head committee of BBTF 2023 and chairman of the ASITA travel association Bali chapter.

 

The feedback from partners worldwide says. Indonesia’s positioning in the tourism global map is evidence to its multifaceted attraction, encompassing cultural diversity, natural wonders, and the most important are true genuine warm hospitality. As the country grows in the spotlight, it’s crucial for the hospitality industry and other stakeholders to champion sustainable practices that safeguard Indonesia’s treasures for generations to come. By embracing responsible tourism and fostering collaboration, Indonesia can continue to shine brightly as an inspiration of wonder in the heart of the global hospitality industry.

 

Let’s look at why 

 

The Attraction of Indonesia’s Diversity

 

Indonesia’s appeal lies in its remarkable diversity. With over 17,000 islands, each with its own distinct culture, language, and landscape, the country offers an unparalleled variety of experiences. From the bustling streets of Jakarta to the tranquil rice terraces of Bali and the pristine beaches of Komodo Island, Indonesia caters to every type of traveller. The country boasts a harmonious blend of traditions, religions, and lifestyles. Visitors are welcomed with open arms to witness age-old ceremonies, explore ancient temples like Borobudur and Prambanan, and immerse themselves in vibrant arts and crafts. The warmth and friendliness of the Indonesian people are known that contribute to a sense of belonging that keeps travellers coming back for more.

 

Natural Wonders

 

Indonesia’s natural beauty is nothing short of awe-inspiring. The archipelago is home to a staggering array of landscapes, from lush rainforests and active volcanoes to crystal-clear waters and coral reefs teeming with marine life, is a testament to Indonesia’s commitment to conservation and ecotourism. As the world becomes more conscious of its environmental impact, Indonesia is taking strides toward sustainable tourism practices. From promoting responsible wildlife tourism, local village participation to advocating for plastic reduction initiatives, the country is showing its commitment to preserving its natural wonders for future generations. The hospitality industry has been actively contributing by adopting eco-friendly practices and collaborating with local communities to ensure that tourism benefits everyone involved.

 

Collaborative Opportunities for Industry Stakeholders

 

To continue Indonesia’s success story on the global tourism map, collaboration among industry stakeholders is essential. Government agencies, local communities, hoteliers, tour operators, and environmental organizations must work together to strike a balance between economic growth and environmental preservation. These means we have to deal with a lot of challenges – your support is valuable as by sharing insights, expertise, and resources, the stakeholders can ensure that tourism remains a force for good in Indonesia.

BBTF 2024 registration will be opened soon but meanwhile please do stay in touch with us and learn more on how you would like to participate and get your local government show case your destinations. This is the moment – we will not only have BtoB interaction but next year there will be BtoC which means public will get more information on the travel packages.Contact us at info@bbtf.co.id or Learn more at www.bbtf.co.id

 

Sumber : https://bbtf.co.id/wonderful-indonesia-a-rising-star-on-the-global-tourism-map/

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