The beginning of 2023 brought blessings to Bali. Thousands of local and foreign tourists were recorded as flooding several mainstay destinations, such as Tanah Lot and Ulun Danu Beratan.
Assistant Manager of Tanah Lot DTW, Putu Toni Wirawan said, visits at the end of 2022 and early 2023 as a whole reached tens of thousands of domestic and foreign tourists.
The increase in visits since the turn of the year from 2022 yesterday and early 2023 coincided with the weekend.
“The visits reached tens of thousands for the past two days (31 December and 1 January 2022) in Bali,” he said, Monday 2 January 2022.
Tony went into detail, during a visit on Saturday 31 December 2022, there were 44 child foreign tourists. Then, foreign adults are 1,464 people.
As for domestic, children reached 478 tourists, and domestic adults reached 5,682 tourists.
As for the vehicles that came, from two wheels there were 281 motorcycles, four wheels there were 941 cars, and 66 buses. Total visits at the end of 2022 are 7,668 tourists.
Meanwhile, on Sunday 1 January 2023, there was an overall increase of 3,000 tourists. In detail, for foreign tourists, there are 85 children and 1,696 adults.
While domestically, there were 482 tourists for children and 8,104 tourists for adults. For vehicles arriving, 1,223 motorbikes, 1,128 four-wheeled vehicles or cars, and 47 buses.
Meanwhile, Public Relations of Ulun Danu DTW, I Made Sukarata said, for visits to Ulun Danu as a whole both domestic and foreign, at the end of 2022 there were 3,150 people recorded and on January 1, 2023, there were a total of 4,120 tourists visiting. So that the total for visits in the last two days was around 7,270 tourists, both local and foreign.
“For 2023, we will only hold a gebogan parade like at the end of last year (there are no plans to add other festivals or parades),” he said.