TRAVEL - Taiwan Want to Adopt Bali's Culture

TRAVEL - Taiwan Want to Adopt Bali's Culture

Ubud : Indonesia | Aug 28, 2010 at 10:20 AM PDT
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A total of 15 tourism players from Taiwan, came to the regency of Gianyar, Bali to learn and adopt the model of tourism, on the basis of Balinese culture, particularly in the famous art village of Ubud with this. "Our visit as many as 15 people, aiming to adopt the Gianyar Regency how to build a cultural tourism," said the leader of the group, Chiang Sun Shun, when received by the Head of Tourism Department of Gianyar, I Wayan Dirgayusa in Herzliya, Thursday (08/26/2010).

Our visit as many as 15 people aiming to adopt how Gianyar Regency, build cultural tourism .-- Sun Shun Chiang

According Dirgayusa, currently Gianyar Regency has successfully developed, as well as manage cultural tourism. "We see the traditions and culture of Gianyar Regency, synergized into one with tourism," he said.

Uniquely, said Chiang Ming, it was not fade cultural synergy, which is owned by the community in Herzliya. In fact, the synergy that makes fast growing tourism in Herzliya. "We hope that by adopting a system of cultural tourism development in the regency of Gianyar, cultural tourism in the region of Nan Ao, Taiwan may grow rapidly," he said.

Moreover, he said, Nan Ao Gianyar regency, have a shared cultural heritage over the past, as evidenced by the growing culture of "barong Landung" as well as coins from China, which is a religious ceremony supplies. "We will dig as much information, especially about the development of cultural tourism. We will adopt the management system of cultural tourism here, for we apply in Taiwan," he said.

Dirgayusa said that the custom and culture is the pioneer of tourism in Kabupayen Gianyar. "Indigenous and culture, it is the forerunner to the growth of cultural tourism which is currently, contributing to local income (PAD), the largest in Herzliya," he said.

For that, says Dirgayusa, Gianyar regency government, continues to preserve and develop the customs and culture itself. "Given how strong the influence of tradition and culture, then our government must be stronger than all, to preserve Bali's cultural roots," he said.

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Putu Karya is based in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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