Jakarta (Rifyu.com) – Various events in the DKI Jakarta area on Sunday (23/4) summarized various reports on tourist facilities from Ancol Dreamland Park, North Jakarta to Ragunan Wildlife Park, South Jakarta on Sunday.
Yesterday’s still interesting news was summarized and presented back to the public for viewing on Monday morning, including the following:
The number of Ancol visitors exceeds the target for the Idul Fitri holiday week
Taman Impian Jaya Ancol Corporate Communications Ariyadi Eko Nugroho said the number of visitors to Ancol on the second day of Eid 2023, Sunday, had exceeded the target of 80 thousand visitors which was set to be achieved during the Eid holiday week.
“As of 17.00 WIB, the number of Ancol visitors had reached 94,000 people, this is the highest since the Government’s Restrictions on Community Activities (PPKM) was lifted,” Eko told reporters in North Jakarta, Sunday.
Kapolrestro North Jakarta checks the readiness of the Lebaran Service Post in Ancol
North Jakarta Metro Police Chief Kombes Pol Gidion Arif Setyawan checked the 2023 Lebaran Service Post (Posyan) at Taman Impian Jaya Ancol by riding an electric bicycle, Sunday.
Police chief Arif can be seen riding a yellow electric bicycle since 14.45 WIB to ensure the readiness of the joint personnel at the Lebaran Service Post.
The personnel are tasked with securing areas where there are many tourists such as Lagoon Beach, Beach Pool, Dolphin Park, Gondola, Pantai Indah and Taman Impian Jaya Ancol Festival Beach.
“Although the number of tourists as of 17.00 WIB was recorded to have reached 94 thousand people, the situation is still safe and conducive,” said Police Chief Arif.
Missing children are rampant in Ragunan due to the crowds of visitors
Reports of missing children are rife at the Ragunan Wildlife Park, South Jakarta, because visitors are busy on the second day of Eid, Sunday.
The disappearance of children in Ragunan, said the Service and Public Relations Staff (Humas) of Ragunan Wildlife Park Wahyudi Bambang at the Ragunan Wildlife Park information center, South Jakarta, Sunday, due to the crowds and busyness of their parents. So that parents are unknowingly separated from the child.
“Today it was recorded that there were four separate children and all of them have returned to their parents,” said Bambang.
Ancol provides vehicles for the elderly and persons with disabilities
Taman Impian Jaya Ancol provides 11 units of special vehicles for the elderly, pregnant women and persons with disabilities (Lifecare) free of charge in the form of vans as minibuses traveling west to east in the tourist area in Ancol, Pademangan, North Jakarta.
Ariyadi Eko Nugroho, Corporate Communications at Taman Impian Jaya Ancol, told reporters in North Jakarta, Sunday, that his party had sterilized the traffic in Ancol from private vehicles, so that Wara-Wiri buses could only pass for three days on April 23, 24 and 25.
“The special vehicles for the elderly, pregnant women and people with disabilities can also be used free of charge, just like the 61 units of Wara-Wiri buses,” said Eko.
Monas received help from electric buses on the second day of Eid
The Monas Area Manager in Central Jakarta received the assistance of an electric bus from the DKI Jakarta Transportation Agency and PT Transportasi Jakarta (TransJakarta) to facilitate the mobility of visitors inside the Monas on the second day of Eid, Sunday.
Daily Superintendent of the Monas Area, Nurhamin said, on the second day of Eid, the DKI Jakarta Transportation Agency provided one TransJakarta bus service for visitors in the Monas Area.
“We see the provision of this TransJakarta bus service facility as a form of DKI Pemprov’s concern for the development of tourism in the Monas area, and also to facilitate the mobility of visitors in the Monas area,” said Nurhamin when met at the tourist attraction.
Reporter: Abdu Faisal
Editor: Guido Merung
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