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This Majalengka Tourism Village Has Similar Views in Bali

Majalengka

Majalengka, West Java, has many potential tourist villages. There is a village called the Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy/Tourism and Creative Economy Agency, Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno, similar to Bali.

For example Bantaragung Tourism Village which has a variety of potential. Such as Curug Cipeuteuy, Ciboer Pass, or Bukit Semar. At Ciboer Pass, tourists will be presented with a view like an illustration of a mountain that is often seen. Set in Mount Ciremai and the expanse of rice fields on the right and left.

While at Bukit Batu Semar, tourists can enjoy sunrise to sunset from an altitude of 1,100 meters above sea level. Tourists can also take selfies with the background of the natural beauty of Mount Jajar Sinapeul.

Bantaragung Tourism Village also has the potential of Burujul Sunrise Point (terracing). The beauty of this green stretch of terraces is surrounded by beautiful mountains such as Mount Jajar Sinapeul in the north and Mount Ciremai in the south.

“The rice fields are similar to those in Bali. And of course the hope is that there will also be pencak silat here so that it will continue to be developed in the future with joint collaboration. And there was one I saw earlier, Pak Amin, the only one in this village who still traditionally plows the fields. We have to do this. preserve it, don’t lose it so that we have a tourist village that is competitive, world-class and sustainable for the sake of a Rising Indonesia,” said Sandiaga Uno during a visitation and socialization of ADWI 2022 at Bantaragung Tourism Village, Majalengka Regency, West Java, Sunday (6/3/2020). 2022).

Plowing rice fields with cows in Bantaragung Majalengka Tourism Village Photo: Kemenparekraf

In addition to natural beauty, Bantaragung Tourism Village is also rich in the potential of creative economic products. These include culinary, fashion and craft.

Therefore, Sandiaga targets as many as 100 tourist villages from Majalengka Regency, West Java, to participate in the 2022 Indonesian Tourism Village Award (ADWI). So that the presence of tourist villages can really be a leverage for the village economy and open employment opportunities.

“I invite the Deputy Regent (Majalengka) to register more tourist villages in Majalengka to participate in ADWI 2022. We will oversee it because we want West Java, according to its tagline, West Java to win,” said the Menparekraf.

Sandiaga is optimistic that tourist villages in West Java will be able to present opportunities for the community. West Java is blessed with the potential for natural beauty and various creative economic products.

Bantaragung Tourism Village which has a variety of potential.  Such as Curug Cipeuteuy, Ciboer Pass, or Bukit Semar.Bantaragung Tourism Village which has a variety of potential. Such as Curug Cipeuteuy, Ciboer Pass, or Bukit Semar. Photo: Kemenparekraf

“We want villages that build Indonesia. Village communities must be able to inspire how we can build community-based and sustainable local wisdom. And thank God, many tourist villages have been able to create jobs and revive the local community’s economy,” said Sandiaga.

Deputy Regent of Majalengka, Tarsono D Mardiana, said that the presence of Menparekraf Sandiaga Uno provided spirit and motivation for the actors to form more tourist villages in Majalengka so as to strengthen Indonesia’s tourism and creative economy. “We ask for support and motivation, we want tourism to be able to contribute to the progress of the village. We ask for support from the Minister,” said Tarsono.

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