Bali attracts older as well as younger tourists

More and more baby boomers travel there on a budget

Bali is popularly known as Indonesia’s exotic island destination for younger party-loving tourists. But it is also attracting an older generation of travellers in greater numbers. According to recent reports, more and more “baby boomers” travelling on a budget are enjoying the modestly priced 3-star hotel accommodation on the island as well as spending more to live it up a little at luxury villas, shop, spend time on the beach, explore the rainforest surroundings and climb Bali’s active volcano, Mount Batur.
Despite its popularity, Bali does not need tourists to spend a lot to experience a luxury holiday.
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[photo courtesy Indonesia Tourism]


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