BANDUNG - The Regional Government of West Java Province in collaboration with Bank BJB, launched the Urban Tourism Bus, which in the first period granted to 13 Regencies / Cities that have tourism potential and diversity.
On various occasions, West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil indeed often mentioned the identity of West Java Province, which in the next five years became a leading tourism area.
With a variety of beautiful natural potential ranging from mountains, air, jungle, sea, beach, to the river. For this reason, for the next five years, the Governor stated that he would prepare various infrastructure, especially in tourist sites.
One of them is by presenting urban tour buses in cities / regencies in West Java, as a supporting facility, in order to improve services to both local and foreign communities in accessing tourist destinations in each region in a comfortable, safe and affordable manner.
"Today, we end the 100-day work program by showing the tourism side by donating 13 tourism buses. Its inspiration from Bandros Bandung bus, which is in demand by many people, so we make it a provincial program," said Governor Ridwan Kamil, at Gedung Sate Bandung, Saturday (12/22/18).
"Next year we add, and it can also be added from each city / regency," he explained.
For the first period, 13 Regencies / Cities that received this Urban Tourism Bus assistance were Cimahi City, Kabupten Sumedang, Tasikmalaya City, Pangandaran Regency, Garut Regency, Cirebon City, Kuningan Regency, Depok City, Bekasi City, Sukabumi City, Cianjur Regency, Regency Purwakarta, and Tasikmalaya Regency.
The Urban Tourism Bus is also designed and designed directly by the Governor of West Java by considering the local content and culture of each region and built with construction that makes it easy for tourists to interact with the surrounding environment.
This Urban Tourism Bus will also operate on established routes / routes and can reach tourist distension in their respective regions, operate continuously and are scheduled as well as affordable costs so that there is certainty for visitors who will use them.