Business & Economy

Marina Port in Benoa to be built in September: Minister Pandjaitan

Denpasar (ANTARA News) – The jetty post growth devise in a Port of Benoa, Bali, will start on Sep 18, 2017, Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan noted.

Speaking on a sidelines of watching a boat of KRI Banjarmasin 592 during a Port of Benoa on Thursday (August 24), a apportion pronounced that such preference is in line with a Port Master Plan and resolved during a coordination assembly with associated stakeholders.

According to him, there is no problem in a master devise beliefs given Balis provincial government, Denpasar city supervision and Balis Regional Legislative Councils (DPRD) have all concluded to a development.

The growth devise covers building tour boat dock, sea dredging around a post as good as sea channel dredging nearby a post with 12 scale abyss and 200 scale width.

“With a construction of jetty post for vast tour ships, we design to see an boost of traveller visits from a sea lane,” Pandjaitan said.

In further to building jetty area in a Port of Benoa, ancillary comforts such as resorts and selling centers will be also supposing to accommodate a needs of all tourists visiting a Land of Gods.

The post area of Benoa is targeted to be finished before a IMF and World Bank Annual Meeting in Nov 2018 that is hosted by Indonesia.

“The construction of ancillary comforts such as resorts aims on providing an palliate for VIP guest or tourists who wish to stay longer in Bali, before stability their tour to other tourism destinations such as Lombok, Labuan Bajo, and East Nusa Tenggara,” Pandjaitan said.


(Reported by we Komang Suparta/Uu.Y013/INE/KR-BSR/A014)

Article source: http://www.antaranews.com/en/news/112391/marina-port-in-benoa-to-be-built-in-september-minister-pandjaitan

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