Indonesia is raising its profile on the international tourism stage, with government-sponsored marketing campaigns such as 'Wonderful Indonesia' highlighting the country's range of attractions and seeking to promote it as a safe destination. The government is highly supportive of tourism and is keen to expand a range of sectors, including cruise tourism. Indeed, the government is targeting 600,000 visitors by 2016 through the development of 10 ports that can receive large cruise ships in areas such as Bali, Lombok, Belawan and Tanjung Priok, and focusing investment on golfing holidays, which traditionally draw high-spend visitors. Efforts are yielding benefits, and inbound arrivals to Indonesia have been increasing steadily, reaching 8.6mn in 2014. We expect this growth to continue and are forecasting arrivals of just under 9mn in 2015, increasing to 10.3mn by the end of the forecast period in 2018.
Due to the multitude of travel connections and relative affordability, countries from the Asia Pacific region dominate both inbound and outbound travel in Indonesia. Singapore, Malaysia and China are the biggest source markets for inbound travel and outbound travel. Indonesia is one of the most populous countries in the world and therefore offers enormous potential in terms of outbound travel, which is expected to increase throughout the forecast period as the economy improves and private financial consumption expands. We expect outbound travel to reach 10.4mn in 2015, increasing to 12.9mn in 2018. While...
The Indonesia Tourism Report has been researched at source and features Business Monitor International (BMI)'s independent assessment and forecasts for tourist expenditure; government expenditure on tourism; passenger arrivals and departures by mode of transport, reason for travel, origin and destination; and the accommodation market.
BMI's Indonesia Tourism Report provides industry professionals and strategists, corporate analysts, associations, government departments and regulatory bodies with independent forecasts and competitive intelligence on the Indonesian tourism industry.Key Benefits
CoverageBMI Industry View
- Benchmark BMI's independent tourism industry forecasts for Indonesia to test other views - a key input for successful budgetary and planning in the Indonesian tourism market.
- Target business opportunities and risks in the Indonesian tourism sector through our reviews of latest industry trends, regulatory changes and major deals, projects and investments in Indonesia.
- Assess the activities, strategy and market position of your competitors, partners and clients via our Company Profiles (inc. KPIs and latest activity).
This contains a synopsis of our forecasts, and any changes, together with an overview of key trends and developments in the tourism industry, and an assessment of the impact of various economic and national factors which might affect the sector. It also covers new transport projects, new hotel developments, and acquisitions.Industry SWOT Analysis
Analysis of the major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats within the tourism sector and within the broader political, economic and business environment.BMI Industry Forecast Scenario
Forecasts to end-2018 for all key indicators (see list below), supported by explicit assumptions, plus analysis of key downside risks to the main forecasts:
Inbound tourism: Arrivals (000), arrivals growth (% y-o-y), arrivals by region, growth (% y-o-y), arrivals by country, growth (% y-o-y), top 10 countries based on arrivals, growth (% y-o-y).
Outbound tourism: Departures (000), growth (% y-o-y), departures by regional destination (000 and growth % y-o-y).
Travel: Methods of travel for arrivals (Air, Ship, Rail), (000) and (% growth y-o-y), international Tourism receipts for transport (US$bn), (growth % y-o-y), international Tourism receipts for travel items (US$bn), (growth % y-o-y).
Hotels: Hotel industry value (US$bn), (growth % y-o-y), (%GDP), (per capita), (per employee), number of hotels and like establishments (000), (growth % y-o-y), total overnight stays, (000), (growth % y-o-y), length of stay, occupancy rate (%), number of hotel rooms, (000), (growth % y-o-y).Industry Risk Reward Rankings
BMIs Tourism Industry Risk Reward Rankings provide a country-comparative Risk Reward Rankings index aimed at investors (tour operators, tourism infrastructure investors, financial institutions) in the regional tourism market.
The rankings methodology makes sophisticated use of over 40 industry, economic and demographic data points.
We also have Security Risk Reward Rankings which provide a detailed assessment of possible threats to the country (and by extenuation to the tourism industry), ranging from economic and political upheaval, to terrorist attacks and organised crime levels.Market Overview
This contains a comprehensive overview of the tourism industry in the country, its overall value, the value of its hotels industry, trends in the hotels industry and any new developments. It also contains an evaluation of the top 10 global hotel groups presence in the country, which brands are present in which cities, the number of hotels and any planned developments and strategies. The Market Overview also considers the tourism infrastructure developments in the country, in particular transport infrastructure projects such as ports and airports. Tables are also included from our regularly updated Key Projects Database, which contain details of projects, their value, the time frame, their current status, the companies involved and their estimated completion dates.Company Profiles
Examines the competitive positioning and short- to medium-term business strategies of key industry players. Strategy is examined within the context of BMIs industry forecasts, our macroeconomic views and our understanding of the wider competitive landscape.
The latest financial and operating statistics and key company developments are also incorporated within the company profiles, enabling a full evaluation of recent company performance and future growth prospects.
BMI's Indonesia tourism report examines a range of key indicators in this burgeoning Asia Pacific destination, including the expected growth in both inbound and outbound travel and the impact higher volumes of travellers will have on tourism-related expenditure and industry value. Supported by domestic economic reform, a more welcoming foreign investment environment and infrastructure development, we believe the future is looking very bright for tourism in Indonesia.