The Karampuang Island Festival is being held by the Provincial Government of West Sulawesi so that the community’s economy can grow
Mamuju, Sulbar (Rifyu.com) – The Acting Governor of West Sulawesi, Akmal Malik, stated that the Karampuang Island Festival was being held by the Provincial Government of West Sulawesi (Sulbar) in Mamuju Regency to grow the community’s economy.
“The Karampuang Island Festival is being held by the West Sulawesi Provincial Government so that the community’s economy can grow,” he said in Mamuju, Monday (1/5/2023)
He said the Karampuang Island Festival which was held in Mamuju was held with a number of activities including a jamboree for marine tourism on Karampuang Island.
In addition, bicycle tours and tours around Karampuang Island were held, rowing championships and selection of student sports week.
Then, there were also traditional dances, fashion shows, and tambourine marawis and enlivened by entertainment from Capital City artists Beniqno and Erie Suzan.
“The Karampuang Island Festival is an effort by the Provincial Government of West Sulawesi to revive tourism in Mamuju and the economy on Karampuang Island and in the West Sulawesi region,” he said.
During the Karampuang Island Festival, the inscription was signed by the acting governor of West Sulawesi, Akmal Malik, with the Mamuju Regent, Sitti Sutinah Suhardi, and the ranks of West Sulawesi’s Forkopimda.
The Governor of West Sulawesi said that before the Karampuang Island Festival was held, 12 units of small, micro and medium enterprises (MSMEs) had been built in collaboration with the West Sulawesi Provincial Government and the Military Command 142 Taroada Taragau in Mamuju.
He hopes that a number of facilities, such as electricity and trash cans, will continue to be improved on Karampuang Island so that the festival can continue to be held twice a year.
The Regent of Mamuju, Sitti Sutinah Suhardi, said she was happy and supported the West Sulawesi government in holding the Karampuang Island festival because it would advance the regional economy of Mamuju.
“The tourism sector in Mamuju will continue to grow, because Karampuang Island will be increasingly visited by tourists from various regions in the country with this festival,” he said.
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Reporter: M. Faisal Hanapi
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