INDONESIA is embarking on a debate to foster several destinations in Malaysia, including a little-known Banyuwangi in East Java.
Indonesian Embassy staff in Kuala Lumpur met with member of BMC Travel Sdn Bhd during a hotel in Taman Melaka Raya in Melaka.
Indonesian Embassy mercantile solicitor Harry Irawan pronounced they wanted to popularise new and existent destinations in Indonesia, generally Banyuwangi.
“Forming a good attribute with debate companies here is needed as Malaysians make adult a second largest organisation of tourists to Indonesia,” he said.
Representatives from traveller graduation play from several Indonesian cities were also benefaction during a meeting.
Harry pronounced debate packages targeting vital markets such as Europe and China could be organised to advantage both Indonesia and Malaysia.
Banyuwangi is connected around approach flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Javanese folk trust that a object initial rises during Banyuwangi before a rays wash other tools of a Indonesian archipelago.
Banyuwangi is also home to some of Indonesia’s singular and involved wildlife.
The city was before a epicentre of a Majapahit Kingdom and a ruins are still preserved, generally during Kawitan Temple located inside a Alas Purwo timberland reserve.