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I'd like to rephrase this sentence: "The number of UK tourists visiting the US is higher than the number of US tourists visiting the UK".

I want to shortened the latter argument with phrases like otherwise or contrary or anything for that matter but what I tried to do seem grammatically incorrect:

"The number of UK tourists visiting the US is higher than that of the US to the UK".

"The number of UK tourists visiting the US is higher than the otherwise".

"The number of UK tourists visiting the US is higher than the other way around".

Are any of those correct? If not how do I rephrase them using this method.

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More UK tourists visit the US than vice versa.