BOYOLALI - The Department of Youth, Sports and Tourism (Disporapar) Boyolali Regency, Central Java, has not allowed tourist attractions to open during the easing of the Level 3 Community Activity Restrictions (PPKM) implementation.
Head of the Boyolali Regency Disporapar Supana said that his party had not allowed the trial of opening tourist destinations in the Boyolali Regency area during the easing of the PPKM until this past week.
According to Supana, the trial opening of the tourist destination has been arranged by the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy. Some attractions are allowed to open but must have a Cleanliness, Health, Safety, Environment Sustainability (CHSE) certificate or cleanliness, health, security and environmental sustainability.
In Boyolali, based on Disporapar's investigation, it turns out that no one has CHSE certification. So Boyolali is not included in the area designated by the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy for operational trials.
"So the problem with Boyolali's tourist attraction is the CHSE certification," said Supana in Boyolali, Antara, Sunday, September 19.
Therefore, for the opening of the tourist attraction, Boyolali Pembak is still waiting for the Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs (Mendagri) and the Instruction of the Regent of Boyolali.
Supana said that the attractions in Boyolali include the Indrokilo Boyolali Botanical Gardens, Kedung Cinta Wana Wisata Kedung Ombo Kemusu, Cengklik Ngemplak Reservoir and Selo Boyolali Tourism Village as well as the Umbul Pengging Banyudono bathing attraction.
Attractions managed by Disporapar Boyolali include water tourism and fishing in Tlatar, Selo including Joglo and Bungalows. Meanwhile, the Cengklik and Umbul Pengging Reservoir objects are handled by a third party.
Meanwhile, the object of Kedung Cinta Wana Wisata in Kedung Ombo is in collaboration with the Boyolali Disporapar, Perhutani, and the local Village-Owned Enterprises (Bumkdes).
Ali (47), an officer of the Cengklik Park Reservoir Tourism Object in Ngagorejo Ngemplak Boyolali Village, said that the Cengklik Park Reservoir tourist attraction for rides is still closed, except for restaurants that have been allowed to open with limited visitors to 50 percent.
"The game space at the Cengklik Park Reservoir was closed during PPKM, but the restaurant has been open for two weeks, but visitors are limited to 50 percent only with strict procedures. Restaurant visitors during the pandemic are still quiet, but the easing of PPKM level 3 this week, has started. Cengklik Park Reservoir is open from 09.00 WIB to 16.00 WIB," said Ali.
He hopes that the COVID-19 pandemic in Boyolali, which continues to decline at this time, can be completed soon, so that tourism and restaurant businesses can begin to increase and stimulate the economy in this area.
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