Mon, 08 Mar 2010
Jakarta (ANTARA News) - The number of foreign tourists arrivals in Indonesia increased 4.20 percent to 493 thousand in January 2010 from 473.2 thousand in the same period a year earlier, according to the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS).

However, if it is compared with their arrivals in December 2009, the number of arrivals in January dropped by 21.17 percent, because January is not a peak season for foreign tourists to come to Indonesia.

BPS chief Rusman Heriawan said that in January the hotel room occupancy rate in the country`s star-rated hotels in 14 provinces was recorded at the average of 46.11 percent, a decline of 6.45 percent compared with that in December 2009 which stood at 52.56 percent.

The average length of stay of foreign tourists at star-rated hotels in 14 provinces in January 2010 was 2.08 days, an increase of 0.11 percent compared with that in December 2009, he said.
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