Journal of Social and Political


ISSN 2615-3718 (Online)

ISSN 2621-5675 (Print)

Published: 01 August 2019

Implementation of Local Wisdom Value in Arranging Tourism Objects of Balinese Traditional Settlements in Banjar Adat Belaluan, Singapadu Tengah Village, Sukawati District, Gianyar Regency, Bali Indonesia

I Made Suarya, I Nyoman Widya Paramadhyaksa, I Gusti Agung Bagus Suryada, Ni Ketut Agusinta Dewi

University of Udayana, Bali, Indonesia

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Pages: 562-569

Keywords: Local Wisdom Value, Arrangement, Tourism, Balinese Traditional Settlements


Desa Singapadu Tengah is a traditional Balinese village in the Sukawati Subdistrict, Gianyar Regency, Bali which has long been known as one of the centers of sculpture industry and traditional Balinese ornaments. In the present, through the full support of the Gianyar Regency Government, this village began to develop itself into a tourist village. Of the five Banjar in its territory, the Belaluan Adat Banjar area has been plotted as a tourist attraction for traditional Balinese settlements. This is based on the magnitude of the potential of the cultural sector and traditional residential architecture that is still sustainable in this Banjar area. In the process of structuring these traditional settlement attractions, the village has applied many local wisdom values, and local traditions adapted to various stages, starting from the planning process, development to the management program. The description of this phenomenon has prompted the desire to conduct a study which aims to find out the existence of local wisdom values in the process of planning, building, and managing residential attractions in the area. This research is classified into qualitative research, where the study phase is done deductively. The results of the study show that Bali's local wisdom values have been adapted and applied in the planning, development, and management stages of tourist villages in the Belaluan region.


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