Recreation, Entertainment and Arts in Indonesia

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Apr 2019

In 2018 industry expands by 10% due to rising consumer confidence and large-scale pan-Asian sports competition in Indonesia

After peaking revenue in sport sectors, industry growth is to ease to a 9.2% CAGR over 2018-2023

Foreign investors increasingly interested in underdeveloped but highly prospective cinema sector in Indonesia

Urban amusement parks spin in service price competition, as country’s middle class still undergoes development

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Recreation, Entertainment and Arts in Indonesia



Rising consumer confidence and private investments predict further industry expansion
Sporting category in Indonesia rapidly develops new revenue generating branches
Cinema demand is surging, together boosted foreign investment

Competitive Landscape

Amusement parks in large cities compete to provide value for money

Industry Overview

Chart 1 Turnover 2003-2023
Chart 2 Value Added 2013-2018, LCU million
Chart 3 Profit and Profit Margin 2013-2018
Chart 4 Turnover by Category 2013-2018, LCU million
Chart 5 Sporting and Recreational Services Turnover 2003-2023
Chart 6 Library, Museums and Cultural Services Turnover 2003-2023
Chart 7 Amusement Parks and Entertainment Services Turnover 2003-2023
Chart 8 Theatre and Music Production Turnover 2003-2023
Chart 9 Movie Theatres Turnover 2003-2023
Chart 10 Absolute Growth by Category, LCU million

Cost Structure

Chart 11 Cost Structure 2013-2018, LCU million
Chart 12 Costs' Structure


Chart 13 Imports, Exports and Trade Balance 2013-2018, LCU million
Chart 14 Exports by Category 2013-2018
Chart 15 Imports by Category 2013-2018

Market Structure

Chart 16 Market Structure 2013-2018, LCU million
Chart 17 Market Structure by Category 2013-2018, LCU million


Chart 18 Market Structure by Buyer 2013-2018
Chart 19 Demand Structure


Chart 20 Employment Statistics and Productivity 2013-2018
Chart 21 Industry Concentration 2013-2018, % share of Turnover
Chart 22 Top Companies' Shares 2018, % of Turnover
Chart 23 Top 5 Companies' Share Dynamics 2013-2018, % of Turnover
Chart 24 Turnover Performance by Company 2013-2018

Industry Context

Chart 25 Industry vs GDP Performance 2003-2023, % Y-O-Y growth
Chart 26 Recreation, Entertainment and Arts vs Other Industries 2003-2023, LCU million
Chart 27 Industry Turnover by Region 2018, USD million
Chart 28 Recreation, Entertainment and Arts in Asia Pacific 2003-2023, USD million