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7 Must Visit Destinations in Lampung

Lampung, located on the southern tip of Sumatra, only a 45-minute flight from Jakarta, offers a wide array of tourist attractions. Here is a list of 7 destinations to look out for when visiting Lampung: 1. MUTUN BEACH Located in Teluk Betung, Bandar Lampung, Mutun Beach is a family destination with various activities on offer. Visitors can enjoy relaxing on the beach or hire a banana boat for some more fun. As it is located near the city center, the beach is also a popular destination for local residents. Although…

Choice of Nature Tourism in Banyuwangi, Suitable for Family Travelers

Banyuwangi has variety of tourist options. One of them is nature tourism. This is the attraction of Banyuwangi that must be visited. Banyuwangi is rich in natural destinations, including beaches and forests. The natural destinations include Baluran National Park, Meru Betiri National Park, Alas Purwo National Park, Ijen Crater, and Marina Boom Beach. Although Baluran National Park is in Situbondo, most tourists think it is in Banyuwangi. Family tourists usually visit the beaches in Banyuwangi. One of the most visited beaches is Boom Beach, also known as Marina Boom. Marina…

Enjoying the Enchantment of Marosi Beach in West Sumba

West Sumba has a number of beaches that are destinations and attractions for its tourism sector. One of them is Marosi Beach. This beach is located in Lamboya District. You don’t need long from Waikabubak to the location. Enough to travel overland for approximately one hour. In fact, you are also not charged a levy when entering this beach area. Marosi Beach is a beach that is completely empty of visitors. This is a recommended place for those of you who want to get rid of boredom from tired activities.…

Kapas Biru Waterfall, Amazing Masterpiece of Nature

Kapas Biru Waterfall or Coban Kapas Biru is a terraced waterfall with 2 levels, with an estimated height of about 100 meters. This waterfall is a very beautiful and amazing masterpiece of God, where the water flows quite fast between two cliffs that are quite high and decorated with unspoiled trees. The water it flows comes from the Lengkong and Besukbang rivers which originate from the foot of Mount Semeru. The water is very clear and clean, where the sides of the waterfall appear a bluish color when viewed from…

The Challenge of Maintaining a Tourist Village When It Is Growing

Indonesia has 1,838 tourist villages spread all over, based on data from the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy (Kemenparekraf) and the Association of Indonesian Tourist Villages (Asidewi). Thousands of tourist villages are divided into four categories: pioneering, developing, advanced, and independent. Currently, many tourist villages claim their area as a tourist village. Tourist villages don’t just talk about tourist attractions. There are many challenges to maintain its status as a tourist village. The tourist village covers the area as a whole that can be packaged into a complete tourist…

The Charm of Four Independent Tourist Villages on Java

There are four of the many tourist villages with independent status located on Java island. Starting from the Cibuntu Tourism Village to the Tamansari Tourism Village. However, what is the charm of each of these villages? Then, what activities can be done by tourists? Cibuntu Tourism Village, Kuningan RegencyCibuntu Tourism Village is located in Pasawahan District, Kuningan Regency, West Java. The distance from Jakarta to this tourist village is 230 kilometers (km) or about 3 hours 9 minutes. If you travel from Cirebon City, the distance to this tourist destination…

The Indonesian Tourism Village Award is Event to Develop the Potential of Tourist Villages

The Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy encourages tourist villages to develop their tourism potential and creative economy through the 2021 Indonesia Tourism Village Award. This event is carried out as an effort to develop tourist villages as the flagship program of the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy to make tourist villages a national economic generator so that tourists Participants need to show their best side in this event. The competitiveness of tourist villages will increase because this award has the concept of competing for unity, competing for collaboration.…

School Holidays Arrived! Come on, Culinary on Kapotar Island

Papua is not only beautiful, but also has delicious food tour. This refers to the culinary tour which is fresh and tongue-in-cheek. Kapotar Island is a small white sandy island, located in Mambor Village, Moora Islands District, Nabire Regency, Papua. This beautiful island is used as a food barn island, the waters are a place to look for marine products, the land is a place for gardening, hunting moles and maleo birds and taking other forest products. The people of Mambor themselves live on Mambor Island, south of Kapotar Island.…

Coffee Tourism as National Thematic Tourism

The Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy of Indonesia encourages coffee tourism to become a national thematic tourism. Especially considering that Indonesia is rich with a variety of coffee typical of each region. Thematic tourism can be an effective strategy for tourism in the region. Indonesia has developed a lot of thematic tourism such as coffee-themed thematic tours in Catur Tourism Village, Bali. This coffee tour is expected to be able to provide an essential experience for tourists in enjoying coffee tourism. So tourists do not only enjoy fresh coffee…

Sirombu Beach: The Most Beautiful Beach in West Nias

For those of you who come to Nias Island for your next vacation, it is better to find information about attractions that were previously available. As for reference, the beautiful beach is in West Nias Regency named Sirombu. Usually tour agents will recommend this place to locals and foreigners. The reason is none other than the sunset view. In addition, Sirombu Beach is also equipped with amazing facilities and surroundings. Not surprisingly, many people consider it the best vacation spot in West Nias Regency. It is true that Sirombu Beach…