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Ministry preps programs to boost cross-border tourism in Atambua

The Tourism Ministry conducted on Monday a coordination meeting in Atambua, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), to discuss upcoming tourism programs that will help promote cross-border tourism in the regency seat of Belu.

Esthy Reko Astuti, the ministry's archipelago tourism marketing development deputy, said the meeting aimed to gather all parties related to cross-border tourism campaigns in Atambua and improve work coordination between them.

Attendees included regency tourism department stakeholders, tourism practitioners, members of the media and representatives from Customs and Excise, the local immigration office and the Timor Leste embassy.

“Cross-border tourism programs require the involvement of many parties for it to be successful, such as the immigration [office], hotels, security agencies and the village council. That’s why we gathered all of them in one place so that we can discuss the best way to increase the influx of foreign tourists to the area,” said Belu tourism department head Johanes Andes Prihatin.


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