It seems Bali has managed to create a perfectly formed tourism market or tourism destination – so what exactly does that mean? Well according to the experts it seems that Bali has managed to blend Balinese villa, resorts, hotels, restaurants, tourism activities, and shopping with blending local community housing, shopping, and needs into a perfect tourism market.
The space that has been allocated for Bali villa construction have been blended well with the local communities and their footprint has remained minimal. Aesthetics are looked at carefully and monitored. Contemporary style adds to community appeal and to traveler appeal. Different villas target different age groups but the 20 to 40 age market is commonly targeted.
Areas like Seminyak are very busy even during the rainy season, and this keeps a regular flow of revenue into the area, but the area is not overrun with tourists either. This applies to many areas throughout Bali where there has been a nice balance established between tourists arriving and spending money that supports the local economy, and not overtaking any one area.
Tourism has allowed Bali to flourish, but Bali has also been careful to ensure that this growth is not at the expense of its local people. Bali development is spread throughout the island and widely dispersed so that no one area has become saturated and the officials work diligently to maintain this healthy balance within the tourism market.
At the same time officials work hard to ensure that culture is preserved, that the temples are protected, that the green space and the ocean is looked after, and that overall the balance between nature, culture, locals, and visitors remains strong – when this is maintained everyone wins. Tourists visit, find Slinky Villas Bali for rent or stay in a hotel and enjoy everything that has made Bali a popular vacation destination, and locals benefit from increased earnings and a better life but with the assurance that their homeland will not be destroyed.