"We are targeting 300 thousand people in the Ancol area during the four national holidays and this weekend," the company's Director of Operations, Eddy Prastiyo, stated here on Thursday.
In detail, his side has targeted 10 thousand visits per day, or in total, 40 thousand for four days to the Sea World in Ancol. This accounts for 13 percent of the total targeted number of visitors.
According to Prastiyo, the number of visits to Ancol usually averages 40 thousand per day on weekends.
"During this holiday, there is a two- to three-fold increase in visits as compared to the normal days," he highlighted.
Ancol will present thematic performances to welcome the long weekend that coincides with the 2024 Lunar New Year, or Imlek celebrations.
"We routinely hold this every year, as it coincides with the Imlek celebrations," Prastiyo stated.
He affirmed that Ancol will present thematic performances according to the holidays.
"We will adjust to the holidays, such as Eid al-Fitr, so as to present a different atmosphere," he stated.
The Ancol Lunar Fest 2024 was scheduled for February 8-11, 2024, presenting various Chinese-themed performances at all Ancol recreation units.
Chinese New Year-themed performances will be held at Ancol Beach, Dufan, Sea World, Samudra, Atlantis, and the Jakarta Bird Land.
Also to be featured are the Underwater Dragon Show and the Land Barongsai (lion dance) in the Sea World and mermaids at the Ancol Samudra.
There will also be a Kung Fu martial arts performance, the Barongsai on Platforms, Liong, or the long dragon dance, and angpao distribution in Dufan.
At Atlantis, Ancol will hold games with attractive prizes, and a special performance at the Jakarta Bird Land.
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