Tourism Offices of Sumatra

 

  • Aceh: Jl. Tengku Cik Kuota Karang No. 3, Banda Aceh. Phone. (62-651) 23691, 26206, 21108 Fax. 33723 http://www.aceh.net
  • North Sumatra: Jl. Jend. A. Yani No.107, Medan. 20111
    Phone. (061) 4538101, 4520559, 4524908 Fax. (061) 4528436
    www.northsumatratourism.info
  • Riau: Jl. Jend. Sudirman No. 200, Pekanbaru Phone. (62-761) 31452, 40356, Fax. (62-761) 40356

    www.riau.go.id

  • Riau Archipelago : Jl. D. I Panjaitan km. 8 No. 12, Tj. Pinang - Kep. Riau

    Phone/Fax (62-771) 443377

  • West Sumatra: Jl. Khatib Sulaiman 7 Padang, Phone. (62-751) 7055711, 446282, Fax. 7055183

    http://www.minangkabautourism.info

  • South Sumatra:  Jl. Demang Lebar Daun Kav. IX, Palembang, Phone. (62-711) 356661, 311345, 357348 Fax. (62-711) 311544

    Website : www.sumsel.go.id

    e-mail : info@diparss.go.id
  • Jambi Jl. KH. Agus Salim, Kota Baru, Jambi

    Phone. (62-741) 445050

    Fax. (61-741) 445050 

    http://www.kotajambi.go.id

  • Bangka Belitung:  Jl. Jend. Sudirman 10, Pangkal Pinang, Bangka Belitung

    Phone: (62-717) 437705

    Fax: (62-717) 438850

    www.visitbangkabelitung.com

  • Bengkulu :Jl. P. Tendean 17 Bengkulu

    Phone. (62-736) 21272

    Fax. (62-736) 342200, 342100

    www.bengkulu.go.id

  • Lampung:  Jl. Jend. Sudirman No. 2

    Bandar Lampung

    Phone. (62-721) 26430

    Fax. (62-721) 266184

 

President Joko ”Jokowi” Widodo on Thursday, March 26, participated in the G20 summit to discuss the global approach in handling the coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic.
Indonesia is set to support manufacturers with the capacity to produce the desperately needed protective gear, test kits and ventilators that are crucial in the worldwide global fight against COVID-19 as G20 nations pledge to focus on saving lives.
G20 leaders are following their own governments’ advice to avoid travel, holding a video-conference summit on Thursday to discuss international efforts to fight the spread of COVID-19.
1. The Government continues to follow cl​osely WHO situation report on the spread of Coronavirus.
​1. Indonesia continues to closely observe WHO situation report on developments of the COVID-19 virus outbreak around the world.
Indonesia’s government, through the State-Owned Enterprises Ministry, instructed government-owned hospitals in the Pertamedika Indonesian Healthcare Corporation (IHC) to establish crisis centers and isolation rooms during the emergency period to handle the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi had held six bilateral meetings on the sidelines of a work visit to Doha to attend the signing of a peace agreement for Afghanistan.
President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) believes investment is a means to spur economic growth amid the sluggish global economy.
Turtle conservation activists in North Sumatra′s South Tapanuli District released thousands of sea turtles into the Indian Ocean through their area in the Muara Upu Village of Muara Batang Toru Sub-District.
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