Banyuwangi welcomes some-more tourists in 2016 – The Jakarta Post

Banyuwangi in East Java reportedly saw an boost in tourist arrivals throughout 2016.

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Banyuwangi Cultural and Tourism Agency behaving conduct M.Y. Bramuda pronounced a regency welcomed some-more than 3 million domestic visitors and 72,000 unfamiliar tourists in 2016, distant above a initial aim of 2.5 million and 50,000, respectively.

Some of Banyuwangi’s many renouned destinations embody a internal fishermen-managed Bangsring Underwater in Wongsorejo subdistrict and Boom Beach and Pulau Merah (Red Island) in Pesanggaran subdistrict, kompas.com reported.

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“The aforementioned series of traveller arrivals is for a many visited areas only. The series of visitors to newly non-stop destinations, such as a hunger tree debate in Songgon and mangrove timberland tour, has not been included,” Bramuda said.

The regency administration is now focusing on upgrading a services with a idea of expanding a internal traveller economy.

According to a 2015 survey, tourists spent Rp 3.1 million (US$230) on normal during their revisit to Banyuwangi. (mas/kes)

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