FourFourtwo has learned that the new tourism destination in Indonesia will open in early 2019, after which the existing tourist hubs will be phased out.
The new Tourism Hub in Java is scheduled to open by the end of 2019, but the existing resorts will be gradually phased out over time, with the new hub finally opening by 2020.
The plan is to open the new tourist hub in early 2020, followed by a phased out phase-out over the next four years, with only the existing infrastructure still in place, such as the tourist attractions.
The new hub is expected to open in 2021.
The first two years of the project are expected to be the busiest, with over 60,000 visitors expected to visit the new destination.
The other tourist hub planned for the new Tourism Zone is scheduled for 2020, and it is likely that the second hub will be the first to open.
FourFour two spoke to officials in Jakarta, who said that the initial plan was to open two hubs in 2020 and 2021.
The official said that Jakarta will host up to 20,000 people in the new zone, while the second destination will be in the southern Java province.
According to the official, the project will cost a total of 1 billion rupiah ($1.7 million).
It is likely the new hubs will come online in the second half of 2020.