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THE ROLE OF SUBAK AS CULTURE CAPITAL TO DEVELOP COMMUNITY BASED TOURISM VILLAGE (CASE STUDY IN PINGE VILLAGE, BALI PROVINCE, INDONESIA)




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Vol
Volume 19, No 3

Date
2020

Author
Dr.I Made Suidarma, S.E., M.M.

Abstract

Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) and the Provincial Government of Bali developing programs community-based tourism(Community Based Ecotourism). One of them is Pinge Village, located in Tabanan Regency of Bali Province, Indonesia. Pinge Village is an old village that has a unique form of traditional house and geographical potential as an agricultural area. Supported by the subak organization that implements the value of local wisdom with the concept of Tri Hita Karana, Pinge Village is very suitable to be developed as a tourism village whose tourism patterns help the local economy but still preserve the environment, and social culture of the local community. This study aims to develop a baseline study of the potential of subak organizations and potential tourism objects in supporting Pinge Village as a sustainable tourism village, as well as to implement and evaluate cooperation models and policies that can be built by local governments and stakeholders related. The type of data that will be used is perceptual data and existing data which are then analyzed by SWOT analysis. The results showed that Pinge Village supported by subak had tourist facilities and attractions involving tourists, as well as the potential of performing arts so that Pinge Village could be developed as a sustainable tourism village. The strategy implemented is to support aggressive growth policies through increasing the role and capacity of the community as the main actors in the development of Tourism Village and supported by the availability of infrastructure, strengthening community institutions and cooperation between stakeholders.


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