Madiun develops tourism villages to attract tourists

Madiun develops tourism villages to attract tourists

Visitors notice of chrysanthemum flower buds begin to bloom in the center of agrotourism Mount Wilis, East Java. (ANTARA/Destyan Sujarwoko)

Of all 206 villages in Madiun district, 11 have been surveyed to be developed into tourism villages
Madiun (ANTARA News) - Madiun district government in the Indonesian province of East Java is making efforts to develop a number of areas into tourism villages to attract local and foreign tourists, according to an official.

"Of all 206 villages in Madiun district, 11 have been surveyed to be developed into tourism villages to attract both local and foreign tourists," said the head of Department of Cooperatives, Industry, Trade and Tourism (Diskoperindagta), Sawung Rehtomo, here.

He said the 11 villages are Brumbun, Kresek, Segulung, Dolopo, Durenan, Kare, Batok, Tawangrejo, Gunungsari, Pilangrejo, and Mruwak.

According to him, the concept of the tourism village will highlight the potential that exists in each village for sale to tourists.

In Brumbun village, for example, tourists will have the opportunity to cruise down the beautiful riven on the slopes of Mount Wilis, or to have the sensation of picking durian fruits in Kare village.

Rehtomo explained that the development of tourist villages will be carried out as part of efforts to build the tourism industry in Madiun district, both nature and cultural tourism.
(Uu.O001)

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