Tourism Villages’ Development in Bali, Mass or Alternative Tourism?
Ni Ketut Arismayanti, I Made Sendra, I Ketut Suwena, Made Budiarsa, I Made Bakta, I Gde Pitana

The policy of regional autonomy in Bali has implications for the autonomy authority granted at the regency/city level regarding the establishment of tourism villages in each regency/city in Bali. The number of tourism villages in Bali has increased significantly over the past decade years totaling 154 tourism villages. Tourism villages have high opportunities in equitable development between urban and rural areas, hampering the flow of urbanization, creating new employment opportunities, and creating a appreciation for traditional professions cultivated by rural communities which are the main attraction (such as farmers, weavers, fishermen). This study aims to analyze the typology of tourism villages and the potential for developing tourism village in Bali.

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