Tanzania’s new embassy in Indonesia focuses on tourism

Tourism and hospitality are the leading and targeted investment areas designated to enhance the relationship between the two states.

Aiming for tourism and business development cooperation with Indonesia, Tanzania has opened its embassy in Jakarta to coordinate and strengthen cooperation between the two countries.

Tourism is one of the main areas of cooperation between Tanzania and Indonesia. Cruise ship tourism and beach holidays are the leading tourism activities set up for joint cooperation between the two states.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation of the United Republic of Tanzania said that the Tanzanian Embassy in Indonesia will strengthen relations in various economic sectors. Stercomena Tax said.

The tourism and hospitality industries are at the forefront of investment areas designated to enhance the relationship between the two states.

Indonesia is most famous for its countless beaches, which are rated as the best and most beautiful in the world. It is well known for its natural resources both on land and under the sea.

With its geographical location, the most beautiful natural beauties and ideal for holidays, Indonesia is considered as the best travel destination for nature and beach tourism.

This Asian country is rich in culture and is made up of various tribes living in harmony and peace, each with its own way of life that creates cultural diversity with a unique cuisine in each tourist area.

Counting its extraordinary natural wealth, Indonesia has hundreds of national parks that attract crowds of tourists from different parts of the world.

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Komodo National Park is the only habitat of the legendary Komodo dragons in the world. These giant lizards are rated as unique tourist attractions in Indonesia and cannot be found anywhere else in the world.

Indonesia is also famous for its unique marine species, including sea turtles, whales, dolphins and dugongs.

Both Tanzania and Indonesia are rich in marine resources that can be shared by shipping between the Indian and Pacific oceans.

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