Bali will be ‘flooded’with domestic tourists who celebrate Christmas and New Year 2014 in a number of attractions and entertainment venues on the island.
“They will also require accessories and Balinese crafts for souvenirs,” said I Made Adi Tirmarta as businessman of miscellaneous Balinese handicrafts in Denpasar on Monday.
The owner of a number of craft stalls in Sukawati, Gianyar, has began the preparation to welcome domestic and foreign tourists with various handicraft products, which are unique and affordable for most tourists.
All parties estimate foreign tourists including domestic travelers coming to Bali will be more crowded at the end of 2013 and they are certainly going to require handicrafts for their own collection and for gifts to friends who have never been to Bali.
Made Adi Tiarmarta, a young entrepreneur from Sukawati with his creativity creates a design to produce a variety of souvenirs, especially for young children birthday, to print photos on ceramics, glasses, plates, heart-shaped ceramic filled with images according to the customer’s demand at an affordable price.
Key chains, ceramics clocks and so on are kind of goods, which are now purchased the most by tourists having vacation to Bali, because the goods can be made in accordance with the wishes of the customers, and it is very easy to carry for gift to friends or family after returning to their origin.