Division of Three New Autonomous Regions of Papua, TMII Prepares Land for a New Platform

goodmorningpapua.com – As a tourist spot that represents Indonesia, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah or TMII will soon add platforms for three new provinces. The three new provinces in question are South Papua, Papua Pegunungan and Central Papua.

The main director of PT Taman Wisata Candi Borobudur, Prambanan and Ratu Boko (TWC), Edy Setijono, as the manager of TMII said that his party had prepared the land for the construction of the new platform. “We have prepared, even though there are two concepts, whether this will be divided according to the province,” he said, Wednesday, November 16, 2022.

Because, according to Edy, the three provinces have almost similar cultures. “After all, the culture is almost the same or it becomes a relatively wider area and is managed by each of them,” he said.

Therefore, according to Edy, his party is still waiting for a request from the regional government concerned regarding the platform. In essence, TWC has prepared all the needs related to the discourse on building regional pavilions for the new province. “Depending on demand, but we have prepared the land,” he said.

The inauguration of the three new provinces was based on regulations passed on Friday, November 11, 2022. The inauguration of the South Papua Province was based on Law (UU) Number 14 of 2022, for Central Papua Province based on Law Number 15 of 2022 and Papua Mountains Province based on Law Number 16 Year 2022.

With this addition, the number of provinces in Indonesia has increased by three, from 34 provinces to 37 provinces. Currently, each province has a platform at TMII.

Meanwhile, TMII has completed the revitalization that was carried out since last January. The revitalization intended to welcome the G20 Summit includes a number of rides and facilities within TMII.

The revitalization includes, among others, the arrangement of the main building area, the renovation of the joglo (Sasono Utomo, Sasono Langen Budoyo, and Sasono Adiguno), the renovation of the museum, the arrangement of pavilions and pedestrian landscapes, the arrangement of the outer ring (stops), the parking area, the management building, the arrangement of the island landscape -islands on Archipelago lake (pedestrian pavilion, amphitheater or open stage, and promenade or place for walks), and renovation of the former Garuda Theatre. Arrangements were also made at the former Telkom and Keong Emas Museums, landscaped pedestrian pavilions, view towers, community centers, and (elevated) parking structures.

On November 20, TMII plans to open a trial tour for people with their new faces. In this trial, tourists who are interested in coming must first order tickets online through the TMII website.

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