Investing in Central Java ParadiseDownload PDF
Tourism sector as one of the strategic sectors in national development over the last decade continues to show a significant contribution in shoring up the national economy, particularly in gaining national foreign exchange. In 2009 – 2014, the average growth rate of foreign tourist arrivals was 8.62% per year, higher than the world average growth of 3.47% per year. ; This condition indicates the strong endurance of Indonesian tourism. ;Tourism sector as one of the strategic sectors in national development over the last decade continues to show a significant contribution in shoring up the national economy, particularly in gaining national foreign exchange.
In 2009 – 2014, the average growth rate of foreign tourist arrivals was 8.62% per year, higher than the world average growth of 3.47% per year. This condition indicates the strong endurance of Indonesian tourism.
Central Java as one of the tourist destinations in Indonesia has a significant contribution to the visit of tourists both domestic and overseas. The performance of tourism development in Central Java shows an upward trend from year to year. Potential tourism such as Karimunjawa Islands consisting of 27 islands with 3 tribes (Java, Bugis and Madura) is on its uniqueness and has become a potential unique tourist attraction compared to other tourist areas.
Karimunjawa islands are a low land coastal area overgrown by mangrove forest which spread towards the East and West and generally covered by white sand beaches and very gentle jutting into the middle of the sea. Fringing reefs surround the islands and cause the shore to be shielded from the waves. Thus, the beaches in Karimunjawa Islands do not have the form of a steep beach. The total area of the Karimunjawa Islands National Tourism Strategic Area is ± 152,506 Ha, divided into the land area ± 4,644 Ha (3%) and the water area ± 147,862 Ha (97%).
Nationally, according to the Government Regulation No. 50/2011 on National Tourism Development Master Plan (RIPPARNAS), KSPN Karimunjawa and its surrounding is one of 88 KSPNs. The position of KSPN Karimunjawa and Surrounding is within the territory of the National Tourism Destination (DPN) of Karimunjawa – Semarang and its surroundings which are interconnected with 3 National Tourism Development Zones (KPPN) namely: KPPN Semarang City and Surrounding;
KPPN Gedongsongo-Rawapening and Surroundings; KPPN Demak – Kudus and Surroundings. The strategic position of KSPN Karimunjawa and its surrounding can be seen from its location near the Java Sea which is one of ports for cruise and yachts between the western and eastern regions of Indonesia and supported by its proximity to the air gate with Achmad Yani International Airport in Semarang giving the possibility of development as one of the marine tourist destinations in the Java region.
In the national scale, the government has set the area of Karimunjawa Islands and its surrounding areas as a National Tourism Strategic Area (Kawasan Strategis Pariwisata Nasional/KSPN). In spatial, KSPN Karimunjawa and its surroundings can be structured into 2 zones, namely core zone and supporting zone. The division of this zone is grouped on the basis of its consideration with the accessibility of tourist destination area in KSPN Karimunjawa.
Furthermore, in the core zone, it is re-grouped into three sub-regions, including Sub-Region Karimunjawa, Sub-Region Parang, and Sub-Region Genting. The three sub-regions have their own unique potential to be developed into a marine-oriented tourism area and local culture. ;
KSPN Karimunjawa and Surroundings Regional Structure Location Core Zone Sub-region Karimunjawa Include most of Karimunjawa and Kemujan villages, which consists of 15 islands, including Bengkoang Island, Sintok Island, Mrico Island, Kemujan Island, Tengah Island, Menyawakan Island, Cemara Besar Island, Cemara Kecil Island, Geleang Island, Burung Island, Karimunjawa Island, Batu Island, Menjangan Besar Island and Menjangan Kecil Island. Sub-region Parang Includes Parang Village and Nyamuk Village, which consists of 8 islands, including Twin Island, Parang Island, Kumbang Island, Katang Island, Nyamuk Island, Krakal Besar Island and Krakal Kecil Island.
Sub-region Genting Includes a small part of Karimunjawa Village and Kemujan Village, which consists of 5 islands, including Cendekian Island, Gundul Island, Sambangan Island, Seruni Island, and Genting Island. Supporting Zone, including Tanjung Kendal Port, Tanjung Emas Port in Semarang and Kartini Port in Jepara as well as air transportation from Ahmad Yani Airport Semarang.
Development of the Core Zone
Development of Karimunjawa Sub-region
Karimunjawa Sub-region is a region that is designed to be the center and sub-center of tourism support covering most of the administrative area of Desa Karimunjawa and Desa Kemujan. Karimunjawa sub-district consists of 15 islands, including Bengkoang Island, Sintok Island, Mrico Island, Kemujan Island, Tengah Island, Pulau Cilik, Menyawakan Island, Cemara Besar Island, Cemara Kecil Island, Geleang Island, Burung Island, Karimunjawa Island, Batu Island, Menjangan Besar Island and Menjangan Kecil Island. The extent of these islands is incorporated in the Sub-region Karimunjawa ;
Scope of Work
Development of regional infrastructure;
Enhancement of Environment Quality;
Development of Tourism Supporting Facilities
Karimunjawa island, Kemujan island, Menjangan Besar island, Menjangan Kecil island, Geleang island, Burung island, Cemara Kecil island, Cemara Besar island, Menyawakan island, Bengkoang island, Tengah island, Cilik island, Batu island, and Mrico island.
Estimated Investment Value: IDR 2.6 Trillion ;
Development of Parang Sub-region
Parang Sub-region is planned to be Sub Center Supporting Tourist Activities with the center location in Parang Village. Sub-region Parang includes Parang Village and Nyamuk Village, which consists of 7 islands, including Kembar Island, Parang Island, Kumbang Island, Katang Island, Nyamuk Island, Krakal Besar Island and Krakal Kecil Island. In Sub-region Parang, the environmental service center is located in Nyamuk Village. Accessibility of Parang Sub-region is a major network and inter-island network. The main network of sea lanes between the islands of Parang - Nyamuk Island and inter-island network is aimed to accommodate the activities of waters and other islands (Kembar Island, Krakal Besar Island, and Small Krakal Island).
Scope of Work
Development of Agro-tourism and water activities tourism objectLocationKembar Island, Parang Island, Kumbang Island, Katang Island, Nyamuk Island, Krakal Besar Island, Krakal Kecil Island.
Estimated Investment Value: IDR 1.5 Trillion ;
Development of Genting Sub-region
Genting Sub-region is planned to be a Supporting Tourist Sub-Center with an environmental / local service center located on Genting Island. Genting Sub-region includes a small part of Karimunjawa Village and Kemujan Village, which consists of 5 islands, including Cendekian Island, Gundul Island, Sambangan Island, Seruni Island, and Genting Island.
Scope of Work
Development of water activities tourist object (snorkeling, diving, etc.);
Development of underwater archeology research center;
Sambangan Island, Seruni Island, Genting Island
Estimated Investment Value: IDR 209.9 Billion ;
Development of Priority TreadAs the center of the attraction within the territory of KSPN Karimunjawa and Surroundings, Karimunjawa islands consist of 27 islands with 5 uninhabited islands (Karimunjawa Island, Kemujan Island, Genting Island, Parang Island and Nyamuk Island), of the five uninhabited islands are only 2 islands (Karimunjawa and Kemujan Island) that have a large land compared to the others. This causes the center of activities and the central government concentrate only on the 2 islands.
In order to realize KSPN Karimunjawa and Surroundings as an exotic marine ecotourism destination, world-scale and sustainable, a priority site plan is required, so that tourism development activities can be focused with vision and mission set. Selection of priority sites in KSPN development plan of Karimunjawa and Surroundings consists of 4 locations, namely Cemara Besar Island, Bengkoang Island, Karimunjawa Urban and Kemujan Village. Several adjustments in site prioritizing in the selection in KSPN development plan of Karimunjawa and Surroundings are:
Karimunjawa Urban Area
As a subdistrict capital and service center, Karimunjawa urban area is fairly well-managed by having well-organized space compared to other areas. However, environmental arrangements are still not organized. In addition, Karimunjawa urban area also has an important role for the creation of Karimunjawa’s image. Thus, Karimunjawa urban area has become the main gateway functioning as a tourist receiving area from sea access through Karimunjawa Pier.
Scope of Work
Development of Karimunjawa Urban Area
Estimated Investment Value: IDR 104.83 Billion
Kemujan Village is an area that is planned as a new activity center in KSPN Karimunjawa. Kemujan Village is also projected to be a sub-center for the development of tourism support activities. In addition, Kemujan Village has the potential to be a cultural tourist attraction that can still be developed in the form of tourist villages. Another thing that is not less important is the role of Kemujan Village as the entrance of air transport, where there is Dewadaru Airport which will be the first image / image in welcoming the arrival of tourists to Karimunjawa.
Scope of Work
Development of Kemujan Square
Estimated Investment Value: IDR 133.98 Billion ;
Cemara Besar Resort
Located on the eastern side of the big island of Karimunjawa, it takes approximately 30 to 45 minutes to travel by boat tour to Cemara Besar Island. Cemara Besar island is located on the north side of Cemara Kecil island which is an uninhabited island belonging to the administrative area of Karimunjawa Village. This island is one of the tourist destination islands that has beautiful white sand and blue sea water.
Scope of Work
Development of Cemara Besar Resort
Cemara Besar Island
Estimated Investment Value: IDR 46.38 Billion ;
Investment Value: IDR 2.98 Trillion
Payback period: 9.3 years
NPV (DF 12%): IDR 216.13 Billion
Mr. Prambudi Trajutrisno ;
Head of Development of Tourism Destination DivisionYouth, Sports, and Tourism Agency of Central Java Province
Jl. Ki Mangunsarkoro
No. 12 Semarang
Telp: +6224 8419958
No. HP: +62 822 26611173
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