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Jakarta Raya (Rifyu.com) – News about DKI Jakarta on Monday (24/4) is still worth reading, including the DKI Provincial Government holding Monas Week and art performances until April 30, Ancol reopening ticket sales after being closed and preparing terminals and airports in Jakarta greet the voters after going home for Eid.

Here’s the review:

DKI Pemprov holds Monas Week and art performances until April 30

The DKI Provincial Government is holding a Monas Week performance and Monas Art Performance at the National Monument, Central Jakarta, from 23 to 30 April 2023, in the context of promoting tourism and the creative economy.

“I said hello to someone from Palembang, Aceh, and from other areas. Tonight we gather at Monas because the DKI Jakarta Tourism Office provides services for public entertainment during the Idul Fitri holiday. God willing, there will be more next year, one or two more points later,” Heru said in a written statement received in Jakarta on Monday.

Acting Governor Heru appealed to the public visiting Monas to take part in maintaining tourist attractions, starting from cleanliness and order for shared comfort.

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Ancol reopened ticket sales and all gates reopened

The management of Taman Impian Jaya Ancol has resumed online ticket sales through www.ancol.com and all the entrance gates to the recreation area in Pademangan, North Jakarta, have reopened after being closed for about an hour and a half.

“At 17.30 WIB, Ancol has reopened ticket sales and all gates,” said Ancol Dreamland Corporate Communication Ariyadi Eko Nugroho when confirmed in Jakarta, Monday.

Eko said the number of visitors to Ancol on Monday at 18.00 WIT had reached 106,000 people with 17,000 motorcycles and 26,000 cars.

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Jakarta Health Office provides one ambulance for Monas visitors

The DKI Jakarta Health Agency (Dinkes) provided an ambulance in the national monument (Monas) area during the Eid holiday to serve the emergency health needs of visitors.

A health worker from the DKI Health Office in Jakarta, Monday, Ambarawati said that the emergency health services provided on the spot were emergency services. He and another officer, Recky, served from 08.00 – 14.00 WIB. Then it will be replaced by the next officer.

“So, if someone needs quick medical assistance, we will first provide first aid,” he said.

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Homecoming flow, 8,014 travelers departed from the Lebak Bulus Terminal

A total of 8,014 travelers departed from Lebak Bulus Terminal, Kebayoran Lama, South Jakarta, during the homecoming flow from Friday (14/4) to the Eid holiday on Sunday (23/4).

“To date, it has been recorded that 8,014 people departed and 510 buses departed from the Lebak Bulus Terminal,” said Lebak Bulus Terminal Head Iman Syafril when contacted in Jakarta, Monday.

Iman said that the passenger recapitulation was recorded starting from D-8 to D+1 of Eid Al-Fitr 1444 Hijriah. As for the arriving passengers, there were 10 people and 510 buses arrived during this week.

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Halim Airport has prepared optimal services for the 2023 Eid celebrations

Halim Perdanakusuma Airport, East Jakarta, is preparing optimal service to deal with the peak milir flow which is predicted to occur in two periods, namely the first period April 24-25, and the second period April 29-30 to May 1.

“In the face of the 2023 Eid Mubarak flow, Halim Perdanakusuma Airport has prepared optimal services for all passengers to and from Jakarta via Halim Airport,” said Executive General Manager Colonel Nav Insan Nanjaya to Rifyu.com in Jakarta, Monday (24/4).

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Reporter: Alviansyah Pasaribu
Editor: Ganet Aerospace

source: www.antaranews.com

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