This is the Reason for Central Java Tourism Potential to Be Glimpsed by Turkish Investors – Central Java Province, Indonesia is rich in natural wealth. The tourism potential is also not inferior to other provinces. In Central Java, Borobudur and Prambanan Temples are global tourism icons. Every year thousands of tourists visit two objects that become world heritage.

Recently, the name of Central Java has again become a conversation between foreign tourists, and the world of tourism with the presence of Tlogo Resort on the islands of Karimunjawa Island and Panjang Island, Jepara.

A Turkish company, Paolo Marutti is seriously exploring these two attraction spot. Representatives of Paolo Marutti, Menderes Alperen and Ayca Oskay were able to review the locations at Tlogo Resort in Karimunjawa Island and Panjang Island, Jepara. Not only wanted to develop tourism in Central Java, the company also planned to invest in sports shoes.

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The head of the Central Java One-Stop Integrated Service (DPMPTSP) Prasetyo Aribowo explained that these potential investors are interested in working at Tlogo Resort, Karimunjawa Island, especially in relation to their plantations, production and resorts with the Mechanism of Build-Up (Build OperateTransfer-BOT). “But with a cooperation period of 40 years or if possible prospective investors hope to buy shares in the management of Tlogo as the majority shareholder. For this matter, special discussion needs to be done,” Prasetyo said.

Investment plan in Karimun Jawa, Menderes Alperen claimed to need 20 hectares of land for resort investment. Several locations have been visited including the development of resorts along the Barakuda Beach and also the hotels owned by the Provincial Government, Karimunjawa Inn.

“There is a desire to be able to jointly invest with DíSeason because the development concept is considered to be prospective to resemble a resort in Maldives that is in great demand of tourists,” Prasetyo.


Potential investor from Paolo Marutti also visited PT Hop Lun Indonesia which is engaged in women’s underwear in Semarang Regency, a meeting with a group of SMEs in the City of Magelang Shoe Craftsmen in the Department of Cooperatives, Industry and Trade of Magelang City, and visited one of the SMEsMagelang City Shoe Crafters Mia Widy Shoes and PT Famous Shoes Factory in Semarang City. The meeting in Semarang with existing footwear and shoe component entrepreneurs and footwear entrepreneurs who are interested in relocating to Central Java.

The prospective Turkish investor has signed the LoI together with the Head of Central Java Prasetyo Aribowo DPMPTSP during the “Indonesian Investment Promotion Forum” in Istanbul, Turkey, recently.
The head of Central Java Province One-Stop Integrated Investment Services (DPMPTSP) Division, Didik Subiantoro revealed, for the preparation of the international exhibition the company visited several entrepreneurs to be asked to make a sample of shoes, especially Sports shoes combined leather with designs for fashion.(Various sources)

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