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    Smiling Aher and Ancient Car as West Java Tourism Support


    BANDUNG-Smile from the corner of the lips of West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan (Aher). It happened while driving himself an ancient car with police number D1 in the yard of his official house, Gedung Pakuan, Tuesday (21/11/2017)

    Using low gears, Aher, drove the tacky car. Occasionally engaged in a chat with members of the Association of Ancient Car Entrepreneurs Indonesia (PPMKI) who accompany him - an old car club collector released year 1962-1966.

    After becoming a "driver", the governor of the two periods then put up the front pose of the car. Both from the right-hand corner, or the front of the car, the elegance alloy is visible from the West Java Governor's alloy with the car.

    More than that, not just the affairs of the photo, the happiness seems radiated because the Governor Aher just released West Java tourism campaign on the 72nd anniversary of West Java titled 'Wonderful West Java Indonesia'.

    "Besides Bandung, Pangandaran, Pelabuhan Ratu, and others, besides Bandung, Pangandaran, Pelabuhan Ratu, and others, should continue to be inflated by other tourism activities, including Geopark Ciletuh-Palabuanratu," he said at Gedung Sate on Saturday (30/9/2017).

    Geopark Ciletuh-Palabuanratu is currently the focus of West Java Provincial Government in developing tourism. With an area of approximately 148 thousand hectares, will be built a way through to make it easier for tourists to enjoy the beautiful scenery.

    Of course, natural objects must also be supported by tourism activities of all sectors in the 'Wonderful West Java Indonesia'. Included in the automotive field, which among others took PPMKI.

    This, continued Aher, is very strategic because 135 ancient cars all over Indonesia will go to Gedung Sate starting on Tuesday (21/11/2017). The car is from various regions in Indonesia, namely Bali, Medan, Pekanbaru, Jambi, Muara Bungo, Banjarmasin, Lombok, Surabaya, Yogyakarta, and Madura.

    They drive from their respective areas to the city of Bandung. The arrival of PPMKI members from all over Indonesia aims to celebrate the 38th Anniversary and the 12th National Conference of PPMKI.

    "In Gedung Sate will be welcomed by the classical car community of West Java for the friendship and introduce their club," said Chairman of PPMKI West Java, Anton Mulyana, during a press conference at Gedung Sate, Thursday (16/11/2017).

    Not just a mere friendship, PPMKI will also hold an exhibition of ancient cars on Friday (24/11/2017) and Saturday (25/11/2017). Each community will show off their flagship car.

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