research product . 2016

Vernacular Buildings as Tourism Asset in Eastern Indonesia

Saraswati, Titien;
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  • Published: 01 Nov 2016
  • Country: Indonesia
Abstract
Indonesia has many traditional or vernacular buildings that still exist right now. Those buildings have already functioned partly as tourism asset in their areas, but so many vernacular buildings remain untouchable. Whereas, in the context of tourism, there is cultural heritage which consists of three main components: (1) monuments, (2) architecture or buildings, (3) sites. When we look at vernacular buildings in Eastern Indonesia, the possibilities those buildings to be tourism asset are high. The question should be explored is: what kind of potencies that can be explored, and in turn can be “sold” as tourism asset for vernacular buildings in the villages in Ea...
Subjects
free text keywords: Indonesia, cultural attractions, cultural heritage, fixed elements, vernacular buildings, Tourism
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  • Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage
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Neliti
2016
Provider: Neliti
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