Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
The Return of Toraja Attractions
Located at an altitude of 1,700 meters above sea level, the eyes are drawn to a panoramic view of the landscape of Tana Toraja, which is surrounded by mountains.
People’s Initiatives Raise the Charm of ‘Last Heaven’
The people of Bali are working hand in hand to hold a tourism festival in order to restore the appeal of the Island of the Gods. With a lack of foreign tourists, local tourism has relied on domestic tourists to survive.
Awaiting the Return of Dollars to Renvigorate Bali
Bali reopened to foreign arrivals on Thursday (14/10) in the latest pandemic-related tourism-recovery measures. The traders at the market are hopeful that difficult times will be over soon.
The Charm of Karimunjawa Awaits Trials
Karimunjawa Island as the marine tourism magnet in Central Java has recorded nearly no cases of Covid-19 transmission. However, business actors have instead been affected by the lack of tourist arrivals.
SEZs Expected to Boost Exports, Employment
Indonesia currently has 19 SEZs. Of these, 12 are in operation and the remaining seven are under construction. Among the total SEZs, 11 are for industry and the rest for tourism.
Life keeps Drifting up in Sanur
Having been clouded by the Covid-19 pandemic for more than a year, the "Island of the Gods" is awaiting a bright light. Hopefully, the bright sunrise at Sanur will lure the visitors back to the island.
When Dust Is Away, Tourists Will Stay
Slowly but surely, Bilebante transformed into one of the best tourist villages in Indonesia. The achievement is inseparable from the perseverance of Pahrul Azim.
Govt Spending is the Key in Driving the Economic Growth
The government needs to increase its expenditure to drive economic growth this year as consumer spending has yet to recover.
Opportunities in the Midst of a Pandemic
Now, its ability to support the economic recovery is awaited again amid the downfall of the global economy due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Reopening of Tourism for Foreigners Postponed until June
The government and the tourism industry still have lots of work to do to ensure travellers are safe from Covid-19. Indonesia\'s readiness to reopen tourism relies on the ability to control the spread of the disease.