Travel To Bali This Summer

Bali has set another con­ti­nen­tal record, be­com­ing the main Asian des­ti­na­tion to be de­clared the world’s best traveler des­ti­na­tion by TripAd­vi­sor, the universes biggest travel site.

The plan­ning and book­ing travel web­site hon­ored Bali as the win­ner of its 2017 Trav­el­ers’ Choice™ grants for des­ti­na­tions over the world at a cer­e­mony held in Seminyak, Bali, on Thurs­day night.

The re­sort is­land leads among 418 out­stand­ing des­ti­na­tions over the globe.

Ac­cord­ing to the rundown, the main 10 Trav­el­ers’ Choice Des­ti­na­tions on the planet are: Bali, In­done­sia; Lon­don, United King­dom; Paris, France; Rome, Italy; New York City, United States; Crete, Greece; Barcelona, Spain; Siem Reap, Cam­bo­dia; Prague, Czech Repub­lic; and Phuket, Thai­land.

“It is re­ally a respect for us to be cho­sen as the best on the planet this year. I be­lieve this honor will fortify our po­si­tion as a tourism des­ti­na­tion,” said I Gde Pi­tana, representative min­is­ter for in­ter­na­tional tourism mar­ket­ing at the Tourism Min­istry.

He said the honor would likewise support the gov­ern­ment’s ef­forts to come to the tar­get of 20 mil­lion for­eign vacationers by 2019.

Be­sides Bali’s achieve­ment, Lom­bok was additionally granted as one the main 10 des­ti­na­tions in Asia.

TripAd­vi­sor spokesper­son for Asia-Pa­cific, Sarah Mathews, said Bali was a des­ti­na­tion with top­notch ex­pe­ri­ences for ev­ery sort of trav­eler, be they nat­u­ral, cul­tural or gas­tro­nom­i­cal, and subsequently most clients tended to need to impart these ex­pe­ri­ences to the world.

“Client gen­er­ated con­tent assumes such a key part in trav­eler dis­cov­ery and we en­cour­age more trav­el­ers to impart their won­der­ful Bali ex­pe­ri­ences to other worldwide clients on TripAd­vi­sor to en­cour­age them to visit the is­land,” Sarah said.

Worldwide re­views and opin­ions on TripAd­vi­sor have now crossed the 500 mil­lion mile­stone, with the site and application re­ceiv­ing 290 con­tri­bu­tions of con­tent ev­ery minute.

Bali has seen unfaltering yearon-year development in client re­views over every one of the three cat­e­gories – ac­com­mo­da­tion (25 for each penny), at­trac­tions (38 for every penny) and eater­ies (38 for each penny) – in­di­cat­ing sus­tained worldwide in­ter­est in the full spec­trum of tourism of­fer­ings on the is­land.

In Bali, the most re­viewed ac­com­mo­da­tion op­tions on TripAd­vi­sor are Padma Re­sort Le­gian, Nusa Dua Beach Ho­tel and Spa and Melia Bali In­done­sia, while the most re­viewed restau­rants are Potato Head Beach Club, Ku De Ta and La Luc­ci­ola.

Sa­cred Mon­key For­est Sanc­tu­ary in Ubud, Water­bom Bali in Kuta and Tanah Lot Tem­ple in Ta­banan are the most re­viewed visitor at­trac­tions.

Grant win­ners are de­ter­mined us­ing an al­go­rithm that takes into ac­count the quan­tity and qual­ity of re­views and rat­ings for ho­tels, restau­rants and at­trac­tions in des­ti­na­tions world­wide, gath­ered over a 12-month pe­riod, and also trav­eler book­ing in­ter­est on TripAd­vi­sor.

TripAd­vi­sor’s top source mar­ket for Bali is China with a hunt in­ter­est on the site that has in­creased by 73 per­cent year-onyear, fol­lowed by The Nether­lands at 57 per­cent and In­dia at 37 per­cent.