THE commitment of PT Perkebunan Nusantara IX (PTPN IX) to develop the argotourism area of Kampoeng Kopi Banaran to be better and integrated was shown through the signing of a 40 hectare integrated management agreement for Kampoeng Kopi Banaran to PT Dyandra Promosindo, for 10 years which can be extended in the future.
According to Wispramono Budiman, SEVP Business Support PTPN IX said that the development of agro-tourism areas in Semarang must continue to be carried out so that it can make Kampoeng Kopi Banaran one of the best tourist destinations in the Joglosemar area and in the Central Java region and increase the number of domestic and foreign tourist visits to Semarang.
“We believe Dyandra as a partner has a lot of experience and good competence. Therefore, we entrust the management of Kampoeng Kopi Banaran to PT Dyandra Promosindo to carry out its development strategy,” he said.
Meanwhile, Hendra Noor Saleh, President Director of PT Dyandra Promosindo, said that after this signing, PT Dyandra Promosindo, under the umbrella of PT Dyandra Banaran Nusantara, is committed to realizing what is the common hope. Some of the infrastructure and tourism programs that are already well under way will be better managed in order to obtain much more significant results.
“Some of the existing infrastructure is up and running, I think it is good and we are committed to continuing it. We also see some good infrastructure and tourism programs to be developed but have not been maximized in Kampoeng Kopi Banaran. This will be our first focus as managers of this agro-tourism area,” Hendra Noor Saleh noted.
He explained, in this collaboration, later PT Dyandra Promosindo will manage aspects of infrastructure development, tourism and ecotourism, including the implementation of similar events and activities with initiatives that will be developed, among others, restaurant development, sky view development, outdoor activity development, glamping, coffee museum, merchandise and resorts, even hotel development for the long term.
It was previously known that PT Dyandra Promosindo through the business entity PT Mitra Natura Raya has also been trusted by the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) to manage 4 Botanical Gardens in Indonesia. [traveltext.id]