Increase Tourist Visits, Pandeglang Improve Tourism Objects

By : Chodijah Febriyani And Aldi Firhand A | Monday, May 21 2018 - 21:21 IWST

Tanjung Lesung special economic zone
Tanjung Lesung special economic zone

INDUSTRY.co.id - Banten - To attract tourists to visit Pandeglang, Banten, the local government seeks to fix tourist attractions and services in various tourist destinations.

"Objects that we continue to fix, such as Karangsari Carita Beach, Hot Water Bathing Cosolong and Cikoromoy objects," said Head of Tourism Pandeglang Salman Sunardi in Pandeglang, Sunday (20/05/2018).

The three attractions are a mainstay in increasing the original revenue area, which in 2018 targeted Rp600 million. For other tourist objects, he said, continue to be addressed and intensively dig to find new objects that can be worked on. Pandeglang regency makes tourism as a mainstay economic sector, in addition to agriculture

In Padeglang Regency there are seven tourist areas, namely Gunung Karang, Carita, Laba, Tanjung Lesung, Cikeudal, Ujung Kulon and South Beach.

In the area of ​​Gunung Karang in addition there is a natural panorama that is still natural there is also a tourist attraction Cikoromoy which is a bath with a spring from the mountain.

Then, in the area of ​​Mount Karang also there Cisolong hot springs as well as baths and sites Cihunjuran. In the Carita area, there are attractions Carita Beach that has been famous to foreign tourists as well as Caringin religious attractions.

While in the area of ​​Profit, there is a tourist attraction Coastal Earnings, and the area of ​​Tanjung Lesung Tanjung Pulau beach and has now been designated as the location of the development of special economic zones (KEK) tourism by the central government.

Cikeudal area, there is Situ Cikeudal, in Ujung Kulon area there is Ujung Kulon National Park which is the largest tropical forest in Java Island and become the habitat of Javan Rhinoceros or Rhinoceros rhino which is one of the very rare animals. (Ant)

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