Indonesian Ministry of Tourism Remains Focus on Quality and Sustainable Tourism in 2023

- 30 December 2022 19:20 WIB
Quality and Sustainable Tourism Remains the Main Focus of Indonesian Ministry of Tourism in 2023. (Photo/Kemnparekrapt)
Quality and Sustainable Tourism Remains the Main Focus of Indonesian Ministry of Tourism in 2023. (Photo/Kemnparekrapt)

JAKARTADAILY.ID – The Indonesian Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy will continue to strive to present increasingly high-quality and sustainable tourism in various tourist destinations in Indonesia.

One is the Komodo National Park, Labuan Bajo, NTT as a super-priority tourism destination (DPSP).

Minister of Tourism Sandiaga Uno said although the government has canceled the increase in entrance tickets to Komodo National Park, conservation efforts in these areas remain the main focus of the relevant ministries/agencies.

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"Of course, the government realizes that tourism is just emerging, but quality and sustainable tourism will be a necessity. Therefore, we will prioritize conservation costs,” said Sandiagain in a written statement quote, Friday, December 30, 2022.

“Here, cross ministries and agencies will coordinate to present steps so infrastructure development can run smoothly. We continue to prepare it in Komodo National Park, it will not interfere with sustainable tourism activities," he continues.

In addition to the Komodo National Park, plans to build a cable car or cable car in tourist destinations such as Rinjani, NTB (West Nusatenggara), and Puncak, West Java will also be encouraged the Ministry of Tourism because this cable car can be alternative transportation that is environmentally friendly.

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"Especially for Puncak, because the congestion at Puncak is extraordinary. And yesterday the Jabodetabek (Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tanggerang, and Bekasi region) Transportation Management Agency conducted an initial study. It recommended a budget for the automatic train and cable car of Rp7.3 trillion. However, the Bogor Regional Government is still assessing and reviewing the budget," Sandiaga said.

"Therefore, of course, we encourage the acceleration of preparations for this cable car to be realized not only in Bogor but also in several other tourist destinations," he added.


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