As 2023 ends, a glance at the foreign tourist visits revealed hope and robust prospects for Indonesian tourism in the dragon’s embrace of 2024.
Center for Tourism Studies
The potential in Murung Raya Regency is poised for an orchestrated crescendo, thanks to the unveiling of a Master Plan for Regional Tourism Development by the UGM Center for Tourism Studies. The revelation unfolded during a forum group discussion (FGD) on the preparation, orchestrated in tandem with the Murung Raya Youth, Sports, and Tourism Office.
Collaboration and synergy among stakeholders, including the government, private sector, communities, academics, and the media, are essential for developing tourism in Malinau Regency, North Kalimantan Province. At the government level, synergy is expected to come from the central government, provincial government, regency government, district, and village levels.
North Kalimantan Province possesses significant and advantageous potential for tourism development. Situated within the golden triangle, Tawau Sabah (Malaysia), Tawi-Tawi (Philippines), and Brunei Darussalam, the province is envisioned to become a showcase for Indonesia and a connecting bridge among those three countries.