Local Wisdom Based Tourist Village Organization in Lombok Tourist Area ( Vol-2,Issue-5,September - October 2017 )
Author: Mohammad Irfan, Any Suryani
Keyword: Sade, Village governance, tourism, culture.
Abstract: Tourist village is an area of countryside which has some special characteristics to become a tourist destination. In this area, the population still has a tradition and culture are relatively pristine. In addition, some supporting factors such as food, agricultural system and the social system became one of coloring a tourist village. The development of cultural tourism area in the hamlet of Sade tour to Lombok is arguably have not well-ordered. This cultural tourism area in terms of governance in pariwisataan support the activities particularly in the management of kampung adat Sade, typical handicraft tourism governance, governance of religious tourism sites the Customs still need more refinement continue. In the first year of the research revealed that this governance concepts strived for styled especially with regard to structuring awig-awig tourist village that is encapsulated in the form of Regulations of the village in the hamlet of Sade tour and tourist village Segenter. With data analysis method with approach of empirically packed can be generated, . Based on the objectives to be achieved in this study i.e., Increase community participation, increase the length of stay of tourists, Cultural Preservation so that found the concept of governance of the village tour Sade that is, organizing Neighborhood Village typical and custom, the Power Support infrastructure and Availability of land, Infrastructure, and human resources Management and the role of Government that can eventually be formulated strategy, a strategy that was used in an attempt to find the format layout Manage Replication: Sade tour hamlet hamlet of Sade, Sade Village Relocation, and Revitalizing the hamlet of Sade.
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