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M.Tech / M.E / PhD Thesis | Tourism | Indonesia | Volume 7 Issue 3, March 2018
A Rare Case Report of Asymptomatic Tumor Mass as Incidental Finding during Cesarean Section
Dr. Kavita Kabade | Dr. Lucetta Dias | Dr. Shashikant Kulkarni | Dr. Shridula Pawar | Dr. Purva Ingle
Abstract: The development of Indonesian tourism is implemented based on Law no.10 Year 2009 on Tourism which is realized through the implementation of tourism development plans covering diversity, uniqueness, and cultural and natural peculiarities, as well as human needs for travel. In relation to these provisions, in order to find out more about the condition of tourism in the Nusa Penida Sub-district of Klungkung Regency of Bali Province, a study on the implementation of local regulation no.1 year 2013 in the development of strategic areas of tourism in Nusa Penida The approach used in this study is normative and qualitative descriptive. Local Regulation no.1 of 2013 on spatial plans of Klungkung Regency arranges spatial pattern in Nusa Penida mostly is protected forest area, mangrove forest area, nature tourism park, marine conservation area, tourism area and for residential area. As the development of strategic areas of tourism it is necessary to study for the development that occurs in accordance with the pattern of space that has been set to maintain environmental sustainability and sustainable development. Nusa Penida marine biodiversity promotes the community of Nusa Penida together with other stakeholders including traditional village, Klungkung Regency Government, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, international NGOs such as The Nature Conservancy, Coral Triangle Centre and Conservation International Indonesia, local NGOs and universities has worked hard to protect and preserve it. As a tourism resource, Nusa Penida has a diverse cultural richness as a cultural tourist attraction in the form of the result of creativity, taste and human initiative as a cultural creature. Cultural attraction in the form of cultural or material heritage (tangible), among others objects and buildings of cultural heritage, cultural heritage sites, temples, historical relics, and traditional settlements in indigenous villages. As a result of the study on the implementation of local regulation no.1 year 2013 in the development of tourism strategic area in Nusa Penida deviation occurs on the pattern of plantation area of 37.40 ha with designation as hotel, bar, restaurant and spa. To prevent the occurrence of changes in land function is greater but it needs to be made by Detailed Spatial Plan Regulation of Nusa Penida Sub district as a basis in the permit of development and development of the area to fit the existing spatial plan.
Keywords: tourism potential, culture and deviation of spatial pattern
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 3, March 2018,
Pages: 999 - 1002