Legal Protection Against Village Tourism in Bali Based on Local Wisdom

Wesna, Putu Ayu Sriasih Legal Protection Against Village Tourism in Bali Based on Local Wisdom. In: PROCEEDING-PEMBERDAYAAN MASYARAKAT DAN STRATEGI PENANGGULANGAN KEMISKINAN. Warmadewa University Press. ISBN 978-602-1582-81-7

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The island of Bali has its own uniqueness because of the settlement of Balinese (ethnic Balinese) people, who are predominantly Hindu, have customs and cultures that are not found in Indonesia and even the world. The greatness of Balinese cultural values is not only recognized by the Republic of Indonesia, even the world recognizes it by providing protection for the Balinese model of irrigation (subak). Therefore, legal protection for Balinese people, especially Tourism Villages in Bali, which is based on Hinduism, local traditions, customs, and Balinese culture is important and very relevant for research. The purpose of this research is to find new value in local wisdom in managing tourist villages in Bali. The value of local wisdom in tourism management if the state and indigenous peoples in Bali are unable to provide protection, the sustainability of cultural tourism will be threatened. Traditional villages in Bali have the potential to develop tourism based on local wisdom if explored, seek to examine the potential of rural tourism (ecotourism) in various districts in Bali, especially Badung, Tabanan, Bangli, Gianyar and Denpasar, then the Protection of Tourism Villages Based on local wisdom and sustainable tourism not only hope, but become the social basis of Balinese society. The research method used is empirical legal research, with legal anthropology and legal sociology approaches. The results of the study indicate that legal protection for tourist villages can be realized in the form of legislation, Bali Provincial Regulations?Regency/City Regional Regulations and/or Regent Regulations and others. With mass tourism in Bali, the distribution of tourism results is only enjoyed maximally in three regencies/cities in Bali, Badung Regency, Gianyar Regency, and Denpasar City. The response to mass tourism, then Ecotourism as an alternative to tourism in Bali. Tourism law and the value of local wisdom such as Hinduism, the philosophy of Tri Hita Karana must be used as a reference in the management of tourism in Bali, as well as in implementing ecotourism based on traditional tau/Subak villages. The success of cultural tourism development is highly dependent on a harmonious relationship between local governments, local communities (customary villages) and the tourism industry. The role of traditional villages is very strategic in the development of cultural tourism in the development of tourist villages.

Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: Legal Protection; Tourism Village; Value of Local Wisdom
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Divisions: Institution of Research and Community Service (LP2M) > Law Science
Depositing User: I Putu Astina
Date Deposited: 05 Jul 2022 00:13
Last Modified: 05 Jul 2022 00:13

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