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Volume 276, 2019International Conference on Advances in Civil and Environmental Engineering (ICAnCEE 2018)
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|Published online||15 March 2019|
Mapping the potential for tourism strategic areas to improve the equality of development in Bali
1 Department of Civil Engineering, Universitas Udayana, Denpasar, Indonesia
2 Department of Civil Engineering, Bali State Polytechnic, Bali, Indonesia
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Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia (PPRI number 50/2011) indicates the declaration of the National Tourism Development Master Plan (RIPParNas) from 2010 to 2025. Eighty-eight (88) of the National Tourism Strategic Areas (KSPN)is spread on thirty four (34) provinces throughout the territory of the Republic of Indonesia. The province of Bali contributes greatest foreign exchange for Indonesia through the tourism sector. Eleventh (11th) of KSPN-Bali are reflecting a priority-program of Indonesian Government through equal development of Tourism Strategic Areas. Development for Bali still indicates gap between a remote regency and central city. The moratorium on rapid development of tourism facility in South Bali indicates quite difference with slower development of East and North Bali. Thus, efforts to increase the distribution of development require investigation and identification through mapping the potential of Natural Resources and Cultivation, especially, the area of tourism in South Bali (Denpasar/Badung) compared to East (Karangasem) and North (Buleleng). Literature review, field observation, and semi-structured interview data were analysed by combination of qualitative-verification methods and cognitive-mapping solutions. The result of case study was representing mapping the potentials for natural resources and cultivation that was identified in Sanur (Denpasar), Tulamben-Amed (Karangasem), and Bali-Utara (Buleleng). Therefore, unequal development between each tourism strategic areas would reduce, and in turn, prosperity of social communities would be improving for Bali.
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