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Media Pack 2019 Demographics

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MEDIA PACK 2019

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Home to some of the world’s most beautiful scenery, immersive culture and exotic wildlife, Bali has become a key pillar of the Indonesian economy Writer: Jonathan Dyble Project Manager: Joe Palliser

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RENOWNED AS ONE of the most picturesque islands of Indonesia, a country it has been part of since 1950, it’s not hard to see why Bali has one of the most illustrious tourism industries on the planet. Situated in the Lesser Sunda Islands, Bali features towering mountains, volcanic hillsides and some of the world’s most luxurious sandy beaches across 5,780 square kilometres of land – a natural composition that has led to it being nicknamed ‘the island of the gods’. Bali accommodates some of the most revered species throughout the animal kingdom, from the Bali and

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Javan tigers and Komodo dragon on land, to manta rays and dolphins within its surrounding active marine life. Despite being part of Indonesia, a country dominated by Muslim culture, with 87.18 percent having identified themselves as such during a 2014 census, Bali is largely and uniquely centred around Hindu culture. Its people are known globally for their expertise in the arts. From crafts to music to dancing, Bali has it all. With such an abundance of things to do, see and experience across the island, catering to all travellers’ desires, the hospitality industry has

ASIA FACTS & FIGURES Languages: English, Balinese, Indonesian Area: Indonesia Population (2014): 4.225 million Currency: Rupiah Time zone: GMT+8 Dialling code: +62 Internet TLD: .id Climate: Tropical Highest recorded temperature: 42.2°C

continued to grow exponentially, now offering some of the world’s leading leisure attractions and tourism-related businesses.

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Asia Outlook’s Business Travel Guides are set to provide executives with the ultimate rundown of all the major economic drivers and thriving hubs across the continent. Building our own geographic footprint, we travel around the continent exclusively targeting C-level directors, delivering them and our more-than 220,000 subscribers, bi-monthly guides on key business travel destinations. Focusing on a new location each issue, all sectors across hotels, restaurants, bars, public services, enterprises, events, entertainment hotspots, event venues, exhibition centres and much more will be addressed; giving the business traveller the ultimate guide to business travel.

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Asia Outlook is a digital and print product aimed at boardroom decision-makers across a wide range of industries on the continent. With content compiled by our experienced production team, we look to promote the latest news, trends and success stories across the whole of Asia.

COVERAGE AREAS • Australia • Brunei • Cambodia • China • India • Indonesia • Malaysia • Maldives • Myanmar

• Papua New Guinea • Philippines • Singapore • South Korea • Sri Lanka • Taiwan • Thailand • Vietnam


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ADVERT SIZES 1 DOUBLE PAGE ADVERT (DPS)

2 FULL PAGE ADVERT

360mm (W) x 240mm (H)

3 HALF PAGE VERTICAL (V) ADVERT

Please include a 3mm bleed making the overall size: 366mm (W) x 246mm (H)

ADVERT RATES

69mm (W) x 196mm (H)

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DPS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,995

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Full page. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,995

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Half page. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,995

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Quarter page. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,295

180mm (W) x 240mm (H) Please include a 3mm bleed making the overall size: 186mm (W) x 246mm (H)

5 QUARTER PAGE ADVERT

78mm (W) x 96mm (H)

3 HALF PAGE LANDSCAPE ADVERT

96mm (H) x 160mm (W)

For further information please contact our production team: devon.collins@ outlookpublishing.com

CONTACT Our Business Travel section not only gives executives the complete guide to the world’s most popular and populous locations, but also gives said locations the perfect opportunity to showcase their own businesses, events, venues and services to a truly international audience and readership of more than 220,000 each month. To share in this unrivalled exposure and to put your own offering on our map, then please contact our Sales Managers; Joe Palliser, Jordan Levey, Krisha Kanlas or Matt Cole-Wilkin to find out more: Joe Palliser: Jordan Levey: Matt Cole-Wilkin: Krisha Kanlas:

+44 (0)1603 959 676 +44 (0)1603 959 668 +44 (0)1603 959 669 +44 (0)1603 959 682

joe.palliser@outlookpublishing.com jordan.levey@outlookpublishing.com matt.cole-wilkin@outlookpublishing.com krisha.canlas@outlookpublishing.com


Business Travel Guides A complete guide to the world’s leading business travel destinations

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B A L I

BALI

Home to some of the world’s most beautiful scenery, immersive culture and exotic wildlife, Bali has become a key pillar of the Indonesian economy Writer: Jonathan Dyble Project Manager: Joe Palliser

The island of the gods

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S

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N

E

S

RENOWNED AS ONE of the most picturesque islands of Indonesia, a country it has been part of since 1950, it’s not hard to see why Bali has one of the most illustrious tourism industries on the planet. Situated in the Lesser Sunda Islands, Bali features towering mountains, volcanic hillsides and some of the world’s most luxurious sandy beaches across 5,780 square kilometres of land – a natural composition that has led to it being nicknamed ‘the island of the gods’. Bali accommodates some of the most revered species throughout the animal kingdom, from the Bali and

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V

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Javan tigers and Komodo dragon on land, to manta rays and dolphins within its surrounding active marine life. Despite being part of Indonesia, a country dominated by Muslim culture, with 87.18 percent having identified themselves as such during a 2014 census, Bali is largely and uniquely centred around Hindu culture. Its people are known globally for their expertise in the arts. From crafts to music to dancing, Bali has it all. With such an abundance of things to do, see and experience across the island, catering to all travellers’ desires, the hospitality industry has

ASIA FACTS & FIGURES Languages: English, Balinese, Indonesian Area: Indonesia Population (2014): 4.225 million Currency: Rupiah Time zone: GMT+8 Dialling code: +62 Internet TLD: .id Climate: Tropical Highest recorded temperature: 42.2°C

continued to grow exponentially, now offering some of the world’s leading leisure attractions and tourism-related businesses.

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan Temple

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Our Business Travel section not only gives executives the complete guide to the world’s most popular and populous locations, but also gives said locations the perfect opportunity to showcase their own businesses, events, venues and services to a truly international audience and readership of more than 220,000 each month. To share in this unrivalled exposure and to put your own offering on our map, then please contact our Sales Managers, Joe Palliser, Jordan Levey, Krisha Canlas or Matt Cole-Wilkin to find out more.

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Asia Outlook - Business Travel Media Pack 2019  

Asia Outlook - Business Travel Media Pack 2019