The year 2023 marked a crucial milestone in Bali's tourism industry. A drastic increase in local and international tourists propelled the Island of the Gods to achieve remarkable success.
According to the Bali Provincial Tourism Office data, by the end of December 2023, Bali welcomed more than 5.2 million international tourists, averaging 16,000 visitors per day, while domestic tourists reached 9.4 million. These figures surpassed the government's targets, indicating a significant rebound in the tourism industry post-pandemic. The high hotel occupancy rates in Bali at the end of December 2023, with an average of 80% or more in 157 thousand hotels, as reported by Detik.com, signify the trust and confidence of travelers in choosing Bali as their destination.
In 2024, the Indonesian government set an ambitious target for the tourism industry, aiming for 12 million tourists nationwide, with 5.5 to 7.5 million or 50% of the national target specifically for Bali, the main gateway for international tourists to Indonesia. With this target, the tourism sector faces challenges but is also brimming with opportunities. Stakeholders in Bali's tourism industry, including Nakula Villa Management & Rental, see this as a chance to expand their businesses.
Nakula Villa Management & Rental emerges as a villa and rental management company providing exclusive holiday accommodations. Managing over 70 exclusive villas in prime tourist locations like Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Seminyak, Kerobokan, Canggu, Berawa, Sanur, Ubud, and Tabanan, Nakula, with over a decade of experience, continues to adapt to the evolving needs and preferences of travelers.
Sankarsana Satria, Corporate General Manager of Nakula Villa Management & Rental, explains, "Bali experienced phenomenal growth in the tourism sector in 2023, and we are proud to be part of this journey. Recognizing the shift in post-pandemic travel trends, we've adapted our services to meet the desires of travelers seeking more authentic, private experiences, while staying connected to nature and local wisdom. We strive to create every essential detail so that Nakula guests have a memorable experience. It's not just about luxurious leisure, but how we invite guests to feel the essence of Balinese hospitality, comfort, and charm."
Welcoming 2024, Nakula Villa Management & Rental is prepared to welcome a wave of tourists, including the introduction of three new exclusive villas:
● Villa Inka - Designed by Made Wijaya, a world-class tropical garden designer and architect, Villa Inka boasts captivating visual charm. With terraced landscapes, enjoy a tropical paradise reflecting the richness of nature and Indonesian culture.
● Villa Uma Santai - Amidst lush tropical gardens, Villa Uma Santai defines contemporary luxury. Drawing inspiration from Japanese architectural style, this villa presents a modern, luxurious, and warm ambiance.
● The Tulou – Hidden on the edge of steep cliffs, The Tulou stands as one of Bali's architectural wonders amidst its unique landscape. Strategically located in Kutuh Village, South Kuta, enjoy the harmony of Bali's natural serenity and breathtaking panoramas.
These new villas add diversity to Nakula's accommodation offerings, catering to dynamic and diverse traveler preferences. This is expected to attract positive attention, contributing to the growth of tourism in the Bali province.
To boost excitement among tourists for Nakula's villas, especially in the early part of the year, Nakula offers discounts of up to 40% for direct reservations until January 31, 2024, with stays until March 31, 2024. Additionally, guests are pampered with complimentary airport transfer services for bookings made at least one day in advance. Reservation convenience is also available via WhatsApp at +6282145811275, where travelers can get more information and consultation for their holiday plans.