All participants of ICOMITEE 2019 will be facilitated local tours to Papuma Beach & Coffe and Cocoa Science Techno Park for free
1. Papuma Beach
The name of Papuma is referring to Pantai Putih Malikan or white sandy beach. Those who are visiting Papuma beach will have a great time sun-bathing or walking over the white sandy path and enjoying the sunset. Besides its natural scenic beauty, Papuma is also rich in exotic animals, such as the lizard, forest cock, various birds, wild pig, deer porcupine, scaly anteater and many others.
Papuma Cape Coast is located in the district of Ambulu and Wuluhan, Jember, East Java. Papuma beach is a very exotic beach compared to the existing beaches in East Java, because of its beautiful and charming sea by having turquoise colour tone ocean and a very fine white sand. Hence, it makes Papuma become affordable beach that can be visited in East Java. The tourists, both from local and foreign will enjoy the experience in Papuma beach.
Furthermore, by visiting Papuma beach, the visitors can rent a boat to explore the ocean closer while enjoying the sun rise. The coral reef and the tropical forest around the beach will also enchant the sightseeing after the Siti Hinggil and Goa Lawa.
Siti Hinggil is a coral rock with a height of around 50 m above sea level. The visitors can see Papuma’s beach attraction from above. While, Goa Lawa or Lawa Cave, it has 30 m depth and can be achieved at low tide. According to the legend, this cave was the place south sea ruler’s daughter “Dewi Sri Wulan” and the imprisoned place of Kyai Mataram.
2. Coffe and Cocoa Science Techno Park
Coffe and Cocoa Science Techno Park is part of PT. Perkebunan Nusantara XII (PTPN XII) located in Jenggawah – Jember, East Java. About 30 minutes drive from downtown Jember. Renteng Plantation is one of the tours in the city of Jember which is known as the Educational Tourism Coffee and Cocoa Beans Research Center.
In this garden there are several interesting places, namely:
Wooden cars used to surround the research centre for coffee beans and cocoa beans
Small-scale factory processing coffee beans and cocoa.
Outlets and cafes that are used to sell plantation products both in factory-processed and ready-to-eat packages.
Coffee and cocoa beans produced at the Renteng Plantation have been sold to foreign countries. The types of coffee beans that are cultivated are robusta coffee and arabica coffee.