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Indonesia currently has four global geoparks listed under UNESCO.
Walhi (Indonesian environmental forum) has urged the government to stop mining activities around Sawahlunto town, following the inscription of Ombilin
Ombilin coal mining site was declared as a world cultural heritage, by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Indonesia's Mount Merapi, Mount Merbabu, and the Menoreh Hills are set to be submitted to the UNESCO as biosphere reserves on September 2019.
The Indonesia Sea Kayak Association head Ade Satari opined stand up paddle will be more popular and developed than a kayak.
Tourism Ministry expects UNESCO to recognize Kaldera Toba Geopark in North Sumatra this year to speed up the development at the tourist site.
Tourism Minister Arief Yahya expected that Belitung could be declared as part of the UNESCO Global Geopark in 2019