Menparekraf Sandiaga Uno invites tourists to enjoy the beauty of culture and nature in Buwun Sejati Tourism Village. He also supports economic revival and job creation.
Buwun Sejati Tourism Village is one of the tourist villages that is included in the top 50 of the 2022 Indonesian Tourism Village Award (ADWI). Its location is in West Lombok.
“Today I am happy because the tourist villages in West Lombok are consecutively included in the top 50 of the Indonesian Tourism Village Award event. And this time we see that Buwun Sejati Tourism Village has an extraordinary panorama, as well as natural and cultural beauty as well as creative economic products,” said Menparekraf Sandiaga Uno during a visit to the Buwun Sejati Tourism Village, West Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, Saturday (25/6/2022).
Menparekraf Invites Tourists to Enjoy the Natural and Cultural Beauty of Buwun Sejati Tourism Village Photo: (doc. Kemenparekraf)
To be precise, Buwun Sejati Tourism Village is located in Narmada District, West Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara. The location is not too far from the center of Mataram city with a travel time of about 30 minutes.
When arriving at this village, tourists will be treated to the natural beauty of a stretch of rice fields with a green hill background. Beautiful paronama can also be enjoyed during the trip to the tourist attraction.
“What is interesting is that this village shows agro-tourism food security. We saw earlier some of the wisdom that emerged from an agrarian society at a time when our economy was full of challenges, food crises, energy crises that we began to feel. However, Buwun Sejati Tourism Village offers a solution, in where they can be independent,” said Menparekraf Sandiaga.
Buwun Sejati Tourism Village also has a cultural attraction. There is diversity that makes this village even more thick with the values of tolerance that add to its beauty. Villagers consisting of Muslim and Hindu communities live side by side in peace and brotherhood.
The combination of Sasak culture and traditions in Hinduism creates a very beautiful cultural harmonization, such as Baleganjur art, Rindik music art, as well as the Beriuk Tinjal dance. This tourist village also has a variety of creative economic products. As for the culinary offerings, for example, Bulayak satay, ant sugar, trigona honey, and others. In this village also has woven cloth typical of the village of Buwun Sejati.
“Hopefully we can continue to prosper the community, increase income, and open up as many job opportunities as possible. I also thank you for our collaboration with Astra that the Buwun Sejati Tourism Village will become the Tunas Kampung Berseri Astra,” said Menparekraf Sandiaga.
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