Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
Maintaining the Reputation of Karimunjawa Tourism
Almost every year, tourists got trapped on Karimunjawa. Tourists could be informed of weather forecasts. That way, they could choose the right time to go to Karimunjawa
Adaptation of Tourism to Weather Conditions
The public zeal for recreation during Christmas and New Year 2023 holidays should be adapted to the uncertain weather conditions.
Bromo Tourism Continues to Operate
In conjunction with the celebration of Wulan Kapitu, the tourist attraction of Mount Bromo continues to operate during the Christmas and New Year holidays. However, there will be vehicle restrictions at certain times.
Tourism Village as a New Idol
It is as if Indonesian tourism has found a new idol: the tourist village. As the new prima donna, the development of tourist villages must remain sustainable.
Let's Plan Our Travel Again...
The increasing trend of tourist travel, will certainly move the real sector in the regions. The business world and tourists hope that the government will continue to support and strengthen the tourism-service ecosystem.
Risking Lives for Komodo
The motorboat arrived at Padar Island two and a half hours later. The tourists disembarked, and then climbed to the top of the island to enjoy the view for around an hour while posing for photos.
Balancing Tourism and Conservation
According to the monitoring and assessment conducted between 1984 and 2021, the Borobudur Temple building has been reduced by two centimeters due to the large number of visitors.
Taking Care of the Remaining ‘Dragons’
Komodo Island is one of five islands in the region that are inhabited by Komodo dragons. As many as 1,385 Komodo dragons are found in Rinca island, 19 in Padar Island, 81 in Gili Motang Island and 90 in Nusa Kode island.
Increasing the Fame of Buton Palace Cultural Tourism
Some of the main cites of historical tourism are Batu Popaua, the list of kings and sultans of Buton, the flag pole, the Buton Palace grand mosque, the tomb of Sultan Murhum and Batu Wolio.
A Message of Sustainable Tourism from Ubud
The ability of the Balinese people to get through the pandemic, which has entered its third year, is expected to accelerate the development of sustainable tourism.