Wakatobi Regency

INDONESIA Tourism Investment Invitation

An Invitation to Invest in Tourism Development in Wakatobi Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province, Republic of Indonesia


Welcome to the Republic of Indonesia The Land of Smiles . . .

Presenting Wakatobi Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province

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Missions:

  1. To recognize and promote of great natural beauty and social diversity of Wakatobi Regency as tourist destinations
  2. To inform foreign and domestic investors, developers, operators, and visitors about the tourism development potentials in Wakatobi Regency
  3. To provide guidance for investors on the comprehensive investment services offered by the Ministry’s partners, including the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board.

LOCATION

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GEOGRAPHY

Capital City

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Wangi-Wangi

Time Zone

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(UTC+8)

Coordinate

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5.2826° S, 123.5840° E

Area

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19.800 Km2

Borders

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North

: Banda Sea

West

: Buton Regency

South

: Banda Sea

East

: Banda Sea

Air Temperature

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27° C – 32° C

Relative Humidity

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80%

DEMOGRPHICS

Population

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120.000

Density

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145/Km2

ECONOMY

The main part of the economic activity in the regency are agriculture, plantation, and forestry, also supported by livestock and fishery. There had not been any large or medium-sized industries in the regency, there were only small-sized industries and home industries.

INFRASTRUCTURE

Transportation

The main transportation in Wakatobi Regency is by air and sea. There are Matahora Airport and several seaports as the main infrastructure for transportation. There are many traditional boats throughout the regency that also serves as transportation.

Telecommunication

Wakatobi Regency is supported by adequate telecommunication facilities. Both mobile phone and phone network are available.

Energy

The main source of energy in Wakatobi Regency are generated from the National Electric Company, Diesel Generator and Solar Panel.

ATTRACTION

The main tourist attraction of the Wakatobi Regency is the Wakatobi National Park. Located in the Regency of Wakatobi, the National Park is one of the 50 National Parks in Indonesia. It officially appointed as a National Park in 1996 and has a total area of 1,39 million hectares. It possesses a marine biodiversity with a scale and condition that ranks it as one of the highest priorities in marine conservation in Indonesia. The depth of waters in this national park varies, with the deepest part reaching 1,044 meters below sea level. The Wakatobi National Park features Coral Reefs; Fishes; Other animals; specificity; and Hoga Island.

Wakatobi has been designated in the World Network of Biosphere Reserves by the Man and the Biosphere Programme of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on 11 July 2012. The world’s major ecosystem types and landscapes represented in this Network are devoted to conserving biological diversity, promoting research and monitoring, as well as seeking to provide models of sustainable development in the service of humankind.

ACCESSIBILITIES

Wakatobi Regency is relatively easy to reach by both domestic and international tourist, the main entry is from Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport located in Makassar City, and tourists may continue to travel by plane to the Matahora Airport to reach the Wakatobi Regency.

TOURISM IN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Wakatobi Regency is one of the national priority in terms of tourism development. The Ministry of Tourism have appointed Wakatobi Regency as one of the National Tourism Development Zone, National Tourism Destination and National Strategic Tourism Area.

Tourism has become one of the main priority sector for development by the local government. The government and the community have fully aware of the Wakatobi Regency tourism resources and it’s potential for economic contribution through tourism development. They are welcoming every investors that are willing to cooperate not only on developing more tourism attraction and facilities but also to develop in all of tourism aspects of Wakatobi Regency.

REGIONAL TOURISM DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK

Tourism development in the Wakatobi Regency must be implemented in compliance with the following principles:

  1. Community based tourism

    Maintain the involvement of the local community and the stakeholders on every tourism development activities

  2. Sustainable tourism

    Continuous improvement and preservation of the environmental, cultural and community aspects of tourism development

  3. Cultural preservation

    Implement and integrate the local culture elements on all of the tourism development activities

  4. Collaborative partnership between stakeholders

    Cooperate and accommodate all of the stakeholder’s aspirations


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SOMBANO BEACH


  1. Located at Sombano Village, Kaledupa Districts, Kaledupa Island, Wakatobi Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province, Indonesia
  2. Location Coordinate : S 05° 28'13.00" E 123°41'23.70"
  3. Location Width : 70 ha
  4. Owner : Local Government
  5. Tourism Business Opportunities (including the investment code of the Standard Classification of Indonesian Business Fields for Tourism):
    1. Integrated Tourism Area (68120)
      Estimated required initial funds: IDR 700 Billion (Excluding land lease, license and permit fees)
    2. 1 unit of Marine Dock (93243)
      Estimated required initial funds: IDR 20 Billion (Excluding land lease, license and permit fees)
  6. Available cooperation
    Investors are encouraged to invest in partnership with Local Government through the following cooperation:
    1. Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT)
    2. Joint Venture
    3. Other agreeable cooperation forms

HUUNTETE BEACH AND KAMPA BEACH

HUUNTETE BEACH

KAMPA BEACH


  1. Located at Kulati Village, East Tomia Districts, Tomia Island, Wakatobi Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province, Indonesia
  2. Location Coordinate :
    1. Huuntete Beach: S 05° 45'26.96" E 124°00'11.91"
    2. Kampa Beach: S 5°46'19.72" E 123°59'9.22"
  3. Location Width : 200 ha (Huuntete Beach and Kampa beach)
  4. Owner : Local Government
  5. Tourism Business Opportunities (including the investment code of the Standard Classification of Indonesian Business Fields for Tourism):
    1. Integrated Tourism Area (68120)
      Estimated required initial funds: IDR 2.000 Billion (Excluding land lease, license and permit fees)
    2. 1 unit of Marine Dock (93243)
      Estimated required initial funds: IDR 20 Billion (Excluding land lease, license and permit fees)
    3. 1 unit of 18 Holes Golf Course (93112)
      Estimated required initial funds: IDR 32 Billion (Excluding land lease, license and permit fees)
  6. Available cooperation
    Investors are encouraged to invest in partnership with Local Government through the following cooperation:
    1. Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT)
    2. Joint Venture
    3. Other agreeable cooperation forms

HONDUE BEACH


  1. Located at Waha & Waiti Village, Tomia Districts, Tomia Island, Wakatobi Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province, Indonesia
  2. Location Coordinate : S 05°44'22.28" E 123°53'39.00"
  3. Location Width : 50 ha
  4. Owner : Local Government
  5. Tourism Business Opportunities (including the investment code of the Standard Classification of Indonesian Business Fields for Tourism):
    1. Integrated Tourism Area (68120)
      Estimated required initial funds: IDR 500 Billion (Excluding land lease, license and permit fees)
  6. Available cooperation
    Investors are encouraged to invest in partnership with Local Government through the following cooperation:
    1. Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT)
    2. Joint Venture
    3. Other agreeable cooperation forms

OA WOLIO BEACH


  1. Located at South Wangi-wangi Districts, Kapota Island, Wakatobi Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province, Indonesia
  2. Location Coordinate : S 05° 21'58.38" E 123°29'59.56"
  3. Location Width : 30 ha
  4. Owner : Local Government
  5. Tourism Business Opportunities (including the investment code of the Standard Classification of Indonesian Business Fields for Tourism):
    1. Integrated Tourism Area (68120)
      Estimated required initial funds: IDR 300 Billion (Excluding land lease, license and permit fees)
  6. Available cooperation
    Investors are encouraged to invest in partnership with Local Government through the following cooperation:
    1. Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT)
    2. Joint Venture
    3. Other agreeable cooperation forms

HOGA ISLAND


  1. Area : 351 Ha
  2. Coordinate : 5°27'59.1"S 123°46'08.1"E
  3. Owner : Local Community
  4. Tourism Business Opportunities (including the investment code of the Standard Classification of Indonesian Business Fields for Tourism):
    1. Integrated Tourism Area (68120)
      Estimated required initial funds: IDR 3.500 Billion (Excluding land lease, license and permit fees)
    2. 1 unit of Marine Dock (93243)
      Estimated required initial funds: IDR 20 Billion (Excluding land lease, license and permit fees)
  5. Avaible coopertation
    The Investors are encouraged to invest in partnership with the Local Government through the following cooperation:
    1. Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT)
    2. Joint Venture
    3. Other agreeable cooperation forms

MELAI ONE VILLAGE


  1. Area : 130 Ha
  2. Coordinate : 5°19'58.5"S 123°38'04.1"E
  3. Owner : Local Government
  4. Tourism Business Opportunities (including the investment code of the Standard Classification of Indonesian Business Fields for Tourism):
    1. Integrated Tourism Area (68120)
      Estimated required initial funds: IDR 1.300 Billion (Excluding land lease, license and permit fees)
    2. 18 Hole Golf Course (93112)
      Estimated required initial funds: IDR 32 Billion (Excluding land lease, license and permit fees)
  5. Avaible coopertation
    The Investors are encouraged to invest in partnership with the Local Government through the following cooperation:
    1. Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT)
    2. Joint Venture
    3. Other agreeable cooperation forms

PATUNO


  1. Area : 20 Ha
  2. Coordinate : 5°15'35.7"S 123°36'25.1"E
  3. Owner : Local Government
  4. Owner : Local Government
  5. Tourism Business Opportunities (including the investment code of the Standard Classification of Indonesian Business Fields for Tourism):
    1. Integrated Tourism Area (68120)
      Estimated required initial funds: IDR 200 Billion (Excluding land lease, license and permit fees)
  6. Avaible coopertation
    The Investors are encouraged to invest in partnership with the Local Government through the following cooperation:
    1. Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT)
    2. Joint Venture
    3. Other agreeable cooperation forms

Business Fields

Amount  Needed

Required Funds Per Business Field

Total Required Fund Per Business Field Category

Integrated Tourism Area

7

IDR 700 Billion

IDR 2.000 Billion

IDR 500 Billion

IDR 300 Billion

IDR 3.500 Billion

IDR 1.300 Billion

IDR 200 Billion

IDR 8.500 Billion

18 Holes Golf Course

2

IDR 32 Billion

IDR 64 Billion

Marine Dock

3

IDR 20 Billion

IDR 40 Billion

Total Required Fund in the Region (Excluding Land Lease, License and Permit)

IDR 8.604 Billion

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