Lumajang, (DOC) – Tourist destinations in Lumajang Regency receive support from the World Bank.
ITMP is an activity that has the support of the World Bank in the context of developing tourism in the country.
The World Bank consultant in Lumajang came to see firsthand the potential of Lumajang which is included in the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru Integrated Tourism Master Plan (ITMP).
“Lumajang is included in the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru ITMP project, starting in 2020 the regency government has proposed Gate Senduro, there is a rest area, SMEs and others there, the central government will build it with funding from the World Bank,” said Head of Bappeda Lumajang, Retno Wulan Andari , Friday (30/9/2022).
Retno also said that the ITMP does not only include infrastructure support, but also includes planning for increasing institutional capacity support, increasing human resources, to strategies to attract investors.
“For the past two years we have been delayed because the ITMP Senduro document did not enter, it was Pasrujambe who entered,” he said.
In response to this, the Head of Bappeda requested that Senduro be included in the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru ITMP document and its surroundings.
Not only that, on this occasion the World Bank Consultant group was invited by the Regent of Lumajang to see firsthand the beauty of Tumpak Sewu Waterfall in Pronojiwo.
“We also ask that Pronojiwo be included in the ITMP, where there is a Tumpak Sewu tourist attraction, and Pronojiwo is also included in the Investment Project Ready to Offer (IPRO) carried out by BKPM,” he explained.
He added that the tourism sector included in the BKPM investment opportunity map for Lumajang Regency was the Tumpak Sewu waterfall with the development of the surrounding area.
As for the areas included in the potential map spots in the Tumpak Sewu area, among others are the Besuk cukit area, Simbar Semeru, Sumber Urip Village and the Delta area of two creeks
“For the past two years we have been delayed because the ITMP Senduro document did not enter, instead Pasrujambe entered,” explained Retno.
During the visit of the World Bank Consultant group in Lumajang, the Regent of Lumajang Thoriqul Haq took them to several tourist destinations, one of which was to see firsthand the beauty of Tumpak Sewu Waterfall in Sidomulyo Village, Pronojiwo District. (Priest)