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Keeping the Beauty of Indonesian Nature Tourism

(Analysa/ferdy) NATURAL BALANCE: Conservation of forests and their flora and fauna is a natural balance to protect the earth through the ozone layer from high ultraviolet radiation.

By: Satria Dwi Saputro. Indonesia’s natural gifts can be said to be endless. Because almost all regions in Indonesia present to tourists the natural beauty of each. This can be seen from the increase in tourists visiting Indonesia every year. The most well-known area is the island of Bali with its Kuta Beach which is famous to foreign countries.

This is very proud of the people of Indonesia. The number of tourists visiting various areas has become a livelihood for the local community. On the other hand, the large number of tourists without proper control can make Indonesian tourist attractions become polluted due to the actions of a few irresponsible people.

Natural tourism environments such as lakes, seas, mountains, caves, beaches, waterfalls, and even sacred places such as temples have been polluted. Garbage strewn everywhere, writings on cave walls and sacred places spoil the beauty of nature.

The natural charm of Indonesia that can spoil every pair of eyes is the main capital of attraction for tourists visiting Indonesia. Around 7.94 million foreign tourists vacationed in Indonesia in 2013 This number increased 9.12 percent from the previous year. Of course the effect that arises for the local community is the movement of the economy.

The most basic thing for foreign tourists who flock to Indonesia is to want to see the natural beauty of the mountains, the unique shapes and colors of lake water, coral reefs, and caves that hold history.

Indonesia, which is famous for its beautiful nature, is often touted by foreign tourists as a paradise for the world, such as Kuta Beach in Bali, Lake Toba in North Sumatra, Pula Mayo in NTB, Mount Lawu in East Java, Raja Empat in West Papua and thousands of scattered natural attractions. from Sabang to Merauke.

Let’s Take Care
We as tourism owners in our own country must maintain the natural beauty so that it does not get damaged and polluted. The scattered garbage is very disturbing to tourists. Therefore, let’s take care of the beauty of the environment. We also have to invite tourists to throw garbage in the places that have been provided. In addition, the government must provide clear rules regarding the management of tourist attractions.

(The author is a student majoring in Islamic Economics, Faculty of Islamic Economics and Business, IAIN-SU) is a website that provides useful information, please share if there is interesting information that can help you. Thank you