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Tujuh Hari Libur Lebaran, 386.000 Wisatawan Kunjungi Ancol
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386,000 People Flock to Ancol Dreamland

During the Eid holiday, from May 2 to 8 at noon, as many as 386,000 tourists visited Ancol Dreamland, Pademangan, North Jakarta.

As many as 28,000 people have been recorded to have visited Ancol until this noon

PT Pembangunan Jaya Ancol Corporate Communication Ariyadi Eko Nugroho conveyed today's visitors were not as many as the previous days.

Based on data, 28,000 tourists visited Ancol until this noon. It decreased from the previous days with an average of more than 35,000 tourists per day.

168,000 People Visit Ancol until the Third Day of Eid

"As many as 28,000 people have been recorded to have visited Ancol until this noon. The number is reduced compared to the previous days in the same period," he stated, Sunday (5/8).

However, the number of visitors today would increase until closing at 18:00.

For information, 38,000 people visited Ancol on May 2. Then it surged to 70,000 people on May 3, 4, and 5. On May 6, it decreased to 50,000 visitors and 60,000 visitors on May 7.

"From May 2 to 8 at noon, Ancol has been visited by 386,000 people. The beach is still a favorite place to visit, followed by Dufan and SeaWorld," he explained.

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