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Tuesday, 12 December 2017

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Head of Jakarta’s Tourism and Culture Office, Arie Budhiman told the Jakarta Business Tourism Business Forum (JTBf ) 2014 that Indonesia’s capital city expects to receive 2.5 million international tourist arrivals next year 2015, up from this year’s expected 2.3 million.

Meanwhile, on a separate occasion, Minister for Tourism Arief Yahya, said that nation-wide, Indonesia is expected to reach its target of 9.5 million foreign arrivals this year, whereas, for next year 2015, the target will be accelerated to reach 10 million. This surpasses the expected average growth in the Asia-Pacific of between 2% to 4% only.

The JTBF was held from 2-5 December participated by invited buyers from 30 of Indonesia’s provinces and 6 ASEAN countries, that included Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines.

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