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Gunung Kidul Tries to Open Tourist Destination

NUSADAILY.COM – KULON PROGO – The Government of Gunung Kidul Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta, has re-tested the opening of limited tourist objects by implementing operational standards for implementing health protocols in six tourism objects. Namely Ngobaran Beach, Nguyahan, Ngrenehan, Siung, Nglambor, Timang, and Lake Jonge.

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Previously, Gunung Kidul Regency Government has also conducted trials in Kukup Beach, Baron Beach, Purba Nglenggeran Volcano, and Kalisuci.

“Starting Saturday (11/7) until July 31, we conducted a trial opening of six attractions. We are trying to revive the economy in Gunung Kidul through the tourism sector. We believe that the tourism sector will be the leveraged acceleration of economic recovery during the COVID-19 pandemic, “Gunung Kidul Head of Tourism Office (Dispar) Asti Wijayanti was quoted as saying by Antara news agency.

He said, his party had sent a letter to the Regent of Gunung Kidul, Badingah and at the same time sent a copy to the Chairperson of the Task Force for the Handling of the 19th Gunung Kidul COVID Handling, Kapolres, Kodim Commander 0730, Head of DIY Tourism Office and a number of related parties.

There are general provisions that must be met by managers and visitors as well as business actors in the trial opening of tourist destinations, including meeting the COVID-19 preventive health protocol.

Managers and visitors alike apply distance or limit physical contact and wear masks. Managers are also required to provide a hand washing area and bathroom as a means of supporting hygiene.

Other provisions namely limiting the number of visitors. For each region a maximum of 50 percent of the capacity is visited.

“Ngrenehan, Nguyahan and Ngobaran areas are visited by a maximum of 3,200 tourists. Timang Beach has a maximum of 390 tourists, Siung and Nglambor with a maximum of 3,460 tourists. While Jonge has a maximum of 500 tourists, “Asti said.

Asti said that according to the new normal protocol in the field of tourism, visitors who use buses are welcome. Certainly required to comply with health protocols in the field of transportation.

“Managers are also required to clean with soapy water various facilities or disinfection at least once every three days,” he said. (lna)

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NUSADAILY.COM - KULON PROGO - The Government of Gunung Kidul Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta, has re-tested the opening of limited tourist objects by implementing operational standards for implementing health protocols in six tourism objects. Namely Ngobaran Beach, Nguyahan, Ngrenehan, Siung, Nglambor, Timang, and Lake Jonge.

Previously, Gunung Kidul Regency Government has also conducted trials in Kukup Beach, Baron Beach, Purba Nglenggeran Volcano, and Kalisuci.

"Starting Saturday (11/7) until July 31, we conducted a trial opening of six attractions. We are trying to revive the economy in Gunung Kidul through the tourism sector. We believe that the tourism sector will be the leveraged acceleration of economic recovery during the COVID-19 pandemic, "Gunung Kidul Head of Tourism Office (Dispar) Asti Wijayanti was quoted as saying by Antara news agency.

He said, his party had sent a letter to the Regent of Gunung Kidul, Badingah and at the same time sent a copy to the Chairperson of the Task Force for the Handling of the 19th Gunung Kidul COVID Handling, Kapolres, Kodim Commander 0730, Head of DIY Tourism Office and a number of related parties.

There are general provisions that must be met by managers and visitors as well as business actors in the trial opening of tourist destinations, including meeting the COVID-19 preventive health protocol.

Managers and visitors alike apply distance or limit physical contact and wear masks. Managers are also required to provide a hand washing area and bathroom as a means of supporting hygiene.

Other provisions namely limiting the number of visitors. For each region a maximum of 50 percent of the capacity is visited.

"Ngrenehan, Nguyahan and Ngobaran areas are visited by a maximum of 3,200 tourists. Timang Beach has a maximum of 390 tourists, Siung and Nglambor with a maximum of 3,460 tourists. While Jonge has a maximum of 500 tourists, "Asti said.

Asti said that according to the new normal protocol in the field of tourism, visitors who use buses are welcome. Certainly required to comply with health protocols in the field of transportation.

"Managers are also required to clean with soapy water various facilities or disinfection at least once every three days," he said. (lna)