DetailsJakarta's Tourism Associations
Tourism Associations in Jakarta
1. Association of Indonesian Tourism Travel Agencies (ASITA)
Indonesian Tourism Travel Agencies as one of the chains in the ranks of the tourism industry agreed to unite the intention and determination in advancing Indonesian tourism and container that everything can be done by arrangement. To increase the professionalism and profitability of the company, members, by means of representation in the context of partnerships with industry and government, need to organize education, training and problem identification in order to increase the satisfaction of tourist sales services. The Association of Indonesian Tourism Travel Agencies (ASITA) was established in Jakarta on January 7, 1971 for an indefinite period of time.
Address : Komplek Ruko Meg Grasir Cempaka Mas Blok N-11 Jl Letjen Suprapto, Jakarta Pusat
Website : www.asitajakarta.org
2. Asosiasi Kawasan Pariwisata Indonesia (Association of Indonesian Tourism Region) AKPI
The development of the tourism area is an integrated part of the regional development plan which must be based on the Tourism Development Master Plan (RIPP), because the assets to be utilized are very sensitive to environmental damage and pollution.
The development of tourism areas in general covers a wide area and various problems. Land ownership is not always in the government, but also in the local community. For the development of tourism areas is quite large, because it involves the provision of infrastructure and advice, even there are some people who think that this provision is the responsibility of the government.
Likewise, the acquisition of land, local governments must always be involved because in the process and implementation it will be faster because local governments know and understand more about the conditions and problems of the area when compared to the central government and entrepreneurs.
Address: Bali Nirwana Resort Wisma Bakrie 2, 29th Floor Jl HR. Rasuna Said, Kavling B-2, Jakarta, DKI Jakarta 12950
Email : email@example.com
Telp No : 021 - 5794 2157
3. DPP ASPPI (Association of Indonesian Tourism Soldiers)
ASPPI Vision and Mission:
1. Promote Indonesian tourism by increasing the professionalism of its tourism workers.
1. Become a unifying forum for all workers engaged in the Tourism Industry, among others; Travel Agencies, Flights, Hotels and others directly related to the Indonesian industry.
2. Can be a protector for all members
3. Increase professionalism in daily tasks.
4. Prepare all of its members to welcome the era of world free trade or tourism liberalization.
Address : Pertaminan SPBU, Jl. Abdul Muis No.68, RT.4 / RW.3, Petojo, Gambir, Central Jakarta, DKI Jakarta 10160
Telp No : 021 - 3453113
Website : www.asppi.or.id
Operating Hours: Monday - Friday 09.00 am - 05.00 pm
Saturday - Sunday Closed
4. Ikatan Cendekiawan Pariwisata Indonesia
The Indonesian Tourism Intellectual Association, abbreviated as ICPI, is an independent professional organization in the field of tourism which was coined on September 3, 2010 in Yogyakarta and is not affiliated with other political or community organizations.
Address : Jalan Gandaria III No. 3 Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta
Telp No : 021-7234061-3
Fax : 021-7208621
Emai l : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.icpi.or.id
5. DPP Indonesian Guides Association (HPI)
The Indonesian Guides Association is a non-political and independent private organization which is a single entity of individuals who have a profession as guides. The Indonesian Guides Association (HPI) was ratified on October 4, 1988 in Palembang (South Sumatra) during the National Guides Conference I throughout Indonesia.
Address : Jl Pemuda, Ruko Grahamas Pemuda Blok C No 9, East Jakarta
Telp No : 021 47882545
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.icpi.or.id
6. Indonesian Hotels & Restaurants Association
The Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI) is an organization oriented towards the development and improvement of tourism, in order to participate in implementing national development and is a unifying forum in the fight for and create a business climate that concerns the dignity of entrepreneurs engaged in the field of providing accommodation services for tourism / hotel and food and beverage / restaurant services and tourism education institutions.
Address : Grand Sahid Jaya Hotel Shopping Arcade No. 04-05 Jl Jend. Sudirman No. 86 Jakarta 10220, Indonesia
Telp No : +62 215714262
Fax : +62 215714266
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.phrionline.com
Operating Hours: Monday - Friday 09.00 - 17.00
Saturday - Sunday Closed
7. Indonesian Impresariat Company Association (ASPINDO)
The Indonesian Impresariat Company Association, abbreviated as ASPINDO, is a non-political and independent organization of professional organizations that brings together Indonesian impresariat service companies to carry out activities and undertake business in the field of impresariat.
Impresariat service business is an activity of organizing entertainment, whether in the form of bringing in, sending, or returning artists / artists, Indonesian and foreign sportsmen and determining the place, time and type of entertainment impresariat business activities covering the fields of arts and sports which are exhibitions. ASPINDO was formed on April 16, 1993 and is domiciled in Jakarta and was established for an indefinite period of time.
Address : Jl Cikini Raya No 19 RT.1 / RW.1, Cikini Kec. Menteng, Central Jakarta, DKI Jakarta 10320
Telp No : 021 3147106
8. Indonesian Recreational Park Business Association
Tourism objects in the form of places or natural conditions, living arrangements, cultural arts and historical heritage of the nation, and the realization of interesting human creation for tourists to visit, are central points of efforts to develop national tourism. For this reason, it is necessary to develop in a planned, targeted and integrated manner accompanied by continuous innovative efforts on the basis of assessing patterns and types of requests.
On that basis, it was realized that there was a need for a forum for the common interests and professional service in the effort to manage tourism objects by forming an association. With fully aware of these things, the founders of the organization with full sincerity felt they needed a container of activities in the form of meetings. PUTRI was established on November 10, 1977 for an unspecified period of time.
Address: Jl Raya TMII Ceger Cipayung East Jakarta RW.3, Kec. Cipayung, East Jakarta, DKI Jakarta 13550
Telp No : 021 8401720
9. Indonesian Tourism Community (MPI)
The development and development of tourism is the duty of every component of civil society to achieve results and obtain benefits. The Indonesian Tourism Community positions itself as a forum to dynamically support the aspirations of all parties within the framework of sustainable environmental development.
The platform and the community occupy an important position in the development of national tourism by donating its dharma devotion in the tourism sector which is very valuable to the nation and state. MPI is the result of reforms in the field of tourism development initiated by the tourism dialogue forum (FDP) and declared on July 21, 1998 and established for an indefinite period of time and based in the capital of the Republic of Indonesia.
Address : Jl Jend. Sudirman Wisma Nugra Santana Lantai No 9, RT.1 / RW.3 Gelora, Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta, DKI Jakarta 10270
Telp No : 021 5706951
10. Tourism Writers Association (HPP)
This organization was founded on March 12, 1977 and is headquartered in Jakarta. The purpose and objective of the HPP is to bring together tourism writers and improve Indonesian tourism. His efforts are through increasing the ability of writers, reciprocal communication, holding lectures, discussions and writing appreciation, writing promotions, discussing or analyzing tourism and in mass media.
11. Hotel Human Resources Managers Association (HHRMA)
A place for gathering HRD managers from five-star hotels and apartments throughout Indonesia. The aim is to unite the vision and mission of the various HRD Department leaders so that they can exchange information about reliable human resources. The progress and development of a business management is highly dependent on professional and resilient human resources.