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Tourists Visits to Borobudur Temple are Predicted to Decrease During the Nataru Holidays

Tourist visits to Borobudur Temple are likely to decrease during the 2021 Christmas and 2022 New Year (Nataru) holidays. The decline was due to the

Penulis: Lia Sisvita Dinatri | Editor: Eko Setiawan
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Borobudur Temple, Central Java 

TRIBUNBATAM.id, YOGYAKARTA - Tourist visits to Borobudur Temple are likely to decrease during the 2021 Christmas and 2022 New Year (Nataru) holidays.

The decline was due to the policy of the implementation of Level 3 Community Activity Restrictions (PPKM) simultaneously throughout Indonesia during the holiday period. 

Besides Borobudur Temple, the number of visitors is also predicted to decrease at Prambanan and Ratu Boko Temples. Both are also managed by PT TWC.

In October, the number of visitors who traveled to Borobudur Temple was only in the range of 350-2,000 people.  

While at Prambanan and Ratu Boko Temples, each only received 200-2,900 people and 50-600 people that month. 

The number of visits is expected to decrease ahead of the Nataru period due to the implementation of PPKM Level 3 by the government. 

When compared with the daily visit quota applied to the three tourist sites, the number of daily visits throughout October didn't reach the specified limit. 

The Indonesian government will apply PPKM Level 3 simultaneously throughout Indonesia during the 2021 Christmas holidays and the 2022 new year. 

This was announced by the Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Culture, Muhadjir Effendy at the Ministerial Level Coordination Meeting to Anticipate the Potential Increase in Covid-19 Cases on the Nataru Holiday, Wednesday (11/17/2021).  

This rule will be implemented after the Ministry of Home Affairs (Kemendagri) issues the latest Minister of Home Affairs Instruction (Inmendagri) which will be issued no later than November 22 . (lia)

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