Minister Of PUPR Allocates IDR 1.13 Trillion For TMII Renovation

JAKARTA - Minister of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR), Basuki Hadimuljono, has allocated Rp1.13 trillion for the renovation of Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII).

"Renovation of the Taman Mini Indonesia Indah or TMII with an allocation of IDR 1.13 trillion", said PUPR Minister, Basuki Hadimuljono, at a Working Meeting with House of Representatives Commission V in Jakarta, quoted by Antara on Tuesday, January 25.

According to the Minister of PUPR, the renovation activities included handling the TMII area road, structuring the main gate area, renovating the Joglo (Sasono Utomo, Sasono Langen Budoyo, Sasono Adiguno), and renovating the museum.

Then the arrangement of the landscape of the islands in Archipelago Lake, renovation of the Garuda Theater Museum, Telkom Museum, and Keong Mas, Parking Structure (elevated), and Revitalization of Archipelago Lake.

PUPR Minister Basuki said the TMII renovation activity was part of a special assignment given by President Joko Widodo to the PUPR Ministry to carry out infrastructure development with a total planned budget requirement of IDR 2.7 trillion.

This is stated in Presidential Decree No. 116 of 2021 concerning the Acceleration of the Implementation of Infrastructure Development to Support the Implementation of International Events in Bali Province, DKI Jakarta Province, NTB Province, and NTT Province.

Previously, PT Aviasi Wisata Indonesia (Persero) or InJourney as the holding company for Tourism and Supporting SOEs hoped that the revitalization of TMII would be completed in October this year.

This revitalization will certainly make TMII as The Ultimate Showcase of Indonesia. This means that TMII will be revitalized carrying the concept of Indonesia Opera which represents the diversity and richness of regional potential and Indonesian culture in a modern and inspiring way.

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