TEMPO.CO, Banyuwangi – Ahead of a IMF-World Bank Annual Meeting, Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs, Luhut Binsar Panjaitan, yesterday visited Alas Purwo National Park in Banyuwangi.
His revisit was to examination growth of infrastructure growth of a area. Luhut was accompanied by Banyuwangi Regent, Abdullah Azwar Anas.
The area has been designated as a universe stratosphere haven by UNESCO. It encompasses a Savana Sadengan as good as a Plengkung Beach.
“I wish to see firsthand a swell of infrastructure growth in Alas Purwo, Plengkung Beach—as they are dual of a traveller destinations that will be offering during a International Monetary Fund-World Bank Group Annual Meeting of 2018, in Bali, in October,” Luhut pronounced as quoted from a release, Sunday, Jul 29.
Luhut pronounced Alas Purwo has vast potentials to be developed. The apportion even pronounced that a supervision will boost a bill to build infrastructure comforts in destinations adored by unfamiliar tourists.
“Alas Purwo can be grown into a world-class destination,” pronounced Luhut, who is also Chairman of a National Committee of a IMF-World Bank Annual Meeting.
For infrastructure growth in Alas Purwo National Park, a supervision has disbursed Rp20 billion. However, according to Luhut, a area needs some-more and so he betrothed that a bill will be raised.
Among other destinations to be offering during a IMF-WBG commission is Ijen Crater. The supervision has also allocated a bill of Rp20 billion for infrastructure growth in a area.