Welcoming Eid Mubarak, Banten Ready to Promote Tourism Destinations

By : Chodijah Febriyani And Aldi Firhand A | Tuesday, May 22 2018 - 22:44 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Banten - Welcoming the long holiday Eid al Fitr 1439 Hijriah, Banten Provincial Tourism Office invites the tourism office of districts / cities in Banten to intensively promote and socialize tourist destinations in the region.

"Eid holiday this year is quite long, so this is the momentum to increase tourist visit with incentive to do promotion since now," said Head of Tourism Banten Province Eneng Nurcahyati in Serang, Monday (21/05/2018).

She said, in addition to doing a good promotion, the tourism office of the district / city should also make arrangements of tourist destinations in their respective areas to face a Eid long holiday.

"Make arrangements and seek cooperation opportunities to promote tourism destinations," said Eneng Nurcahyati.

According to Eneng, his side has conducted coordination meetings with regencies / cities in order to carry out an inventory of appeals of districts / cities related to entertainment venues as well as restaurants in the month of Ramadan.

All districts / cities have already submitted appeals and rules regarding restaurant opening hours and entertainment venues during the holy month of Ramadan.

"We have to respect each other and respect, so all the districts / cities also convey the appeal related to the fasting month of Ramadan," said Eneng.

In addition, she said, related to the promotion of tourist destinations to face the long holiday 2018, it also cooperates with PT MMS as the operator of Tangerang-Merak toll road, which provides opportunities to Tourism Committe to conduct tourism promotion.

"PT MMS is preparing two rest areas to provide tourism promotion opportunities for Dispar Banten, especially facing Eid holidays this year," she said.

According to Eneng, two locations of Tangerang-Merak toll road rest area can be promoted to the of toll road users to choose tourist destinations in Banten, namely at KM 43 and also KM 68. MMS party give opportunities to the Department of Tourism to conduct promotions in the location through leaflets and other promotional media.

"In addition to PT MMS PT ASDP also provides an opportunity to promote and inform Banten tourism to ship users, as well as to the Department of Transportation which will hold free homecoming in the area of ​​Banten, so that there is a video or photographs in hers car to promote the existing tourism in Banten, "said Eneng Nurcahyati. (Ant)

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