Banyuwangi introduced to US tourism business players – The Jakarta Post

Delegates from Banyuwangi regency, facilitated by a Foreign Ministry, introduced a area’s tourism intensity to tourism businesses from a US. 

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Led by Banyuwangi Regent Abdullah Azwar Anas, a representatives met with US Midwest Region Tourism Agency boss Jesse Guerra, who also coordinates with tourism players from Ohio, Michigan, Kansas, Minnesota, Indiana, Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri and Illinois.

“Various tourism destinations were presented to a United States tourism business network. This is a good eventuality and we would like to demonstrate a thankfulness to a Indonesian government, generally a Foreign Ministry, that always works to support Indonesian tourism promotion,” pronounced Abdullah Azwar Anas in an executive release, Sunday. 

The Ijen Crater and a almighty blue flame, surfing bliss G-Land and renouned windsurfing mark Tabuhan Island were among Banyuwangi’s tourism destinations highlighted in a meeting. 

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“We also featured a red durian and Banyuwangi coffee,” pronounced Anas. “Many of a attendees are extraordinary about a durian, and they browsed information about it on their smartphones right away,” he added.

The Foreign Ministry also flew in a organisation of gandrung dancers from Banyuwangi to broach a normal dance opening during a event. Indonesian consulate ubiquitous Rosmalawati Chalid was also in attendance.

Anas voiced confidence about Banyuwangi’s destiny in tourism, generally as entrance to a segment was now easier. “Currently, in Russia, amid a World Cup craze, they have buses with cinema of a Ijen Crater and a gandrung dance. People from around a universe will see a promotion. And now we are compelling in a US. This is all upheld by a executive government, we don’t use any of a informal budget. We wish this bid will boost a series of tourists visiting Banyuwangi,” he said.

“Our geographical alliance to Bali is an advantage. We also use this as a selling strategy. Our aim is to get 7 percent of Bali’s 4 million general tourists to revisit Banyuwangi. That’s already 280,000 tourists. We aim to get that series by a year 2021. Currently, we are during 100,000 general tourists per year in Banyuwangi. Of march there are those who go to Banyuwangi but flitting Bali during all,” he added. (asw)

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