Sustainable Heritage Area Management Model Study on Environmental Wisdomin Taman Ayun area, Badung Regency, Bali Province

Madiasworo, Taufan; Tjahjono, Gunawan; Tjahjati, Budhy; Budhisantoso, Subur
July 2014
Australian Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences;Jul2014, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p219
Academic Journal
Every city has its own unique character, historical and cultural value which is reflected by the existence of several areas within the city that has strong historic and social footprints. Those areas are known well as heritage areas. The main issue that will be focus of the study is the deterioration of heritage area from the aspect of economy, social, and environment. In long term, the degradation of this situation could lead heritage area into its destruction. In facts, not all heritage area is in poor condition. Taman Ayun area, which is located in Badung Regency-Bali, has succesfully maintained its physics and social cultural value as a well manage of built environment. This study is using a qualitative approach with descriptive analysis method. The result and conclusion of this research shown that environmental wisdom that is affected by Hindu beliefs with its Tri Hita Karana concept, awig-awig from their traditional village effectively as a management instrument for heritage area in Taman Ayun.


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