Japanese topped the list of foreign tourist arrivals in Indonesia`s resort island of Bali in 2007, reaching 351,752 persons, or about 21.11 percent of the total number of foreign tourist arrivals (1,666,079), a local official said.
Head of Denpasar`s statistics bureau Ida Komang Wisno said here on Saturday Australian tourist arrivals came second on the list with their number recorded at 204,811 or about 12.29 percent. Next were tourists from Taiwan who accounted for 138,859 or about 8.33 percent of the total.
Compared with the previous year, when the figure was 1,262,537, the number of foreign tourist arrivals in 2007 had increased 31.96 percent.
He said the occupancy rate of hotels in Bali in 2007 was recorded at 60.58 percent, while foreign tourists` length of stay averaged 3.34 days.
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