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|Title: ||Traditional Knowledge Based Ecotourism in Bali|
|Authors: ||Harmini, Anak Agung|
ecotourism and sustainable
|Issue Date: ||13-Jul-2009|
|Publisher: ||Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon|
|Citation: ||The First RMUTP International Conference|
|Abstract: ||The global tourism industry has been slow to respond to major environmental changes and critical conservation needs of the 21st. The Balinese industry is no exception. It is poorly equipped to deal with environmental change. But it is critical that it does so. The industry is dependent on a high quality and sustain environment. It is time for the industry to invest in skill and competencies to underpin sound environmental management.
As the famous tourist destination in the world, Bali tries to create traditional knowledge based ecotourism concerning with the government planning in 2009 about creative economic, because by these activities, ecological, cultural, and economic sustainable can be expected.|
|Description: ||Tourism industry is one of “T” in global issues in the 3rd millennium. The other T are: Transportation, Telecommunication, and Technology. For Indonesia, especially Bali, the tourism industry is the only priority sectors which can compete in globalization. Because of the various unique Balinese culture are considered to be a famous tourist attraction in the world. Concerned with this condition Balinese government from the beginning introduces tourism as “Cultural Tourism” with the soul of Hindu Religion.|
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