Exploring the Evolution and Prospects of Gastronomy Tourism Development in Tista Tourism Village, Tabanan: A Comprehensive Analysis
Keywords:Gastronomy tourism, rich picture, soft systemic methodology
Purpose: This research aims to uncover the ontological phenomenon driving gastronomy tourism development in Tista Tourism Village, Tabanan, utilizing qualitative analysis and Rich Picture depiction.
Research methods: This reseach using qualitative approach, Soft Systems Methodology (SSM), Rich Picture analysis. The findings of this study illuminate a notable shift within the local community of Tista Tourism Village, Tabanan, towards lifestyles oriented around tourism.
Findings: Through the application of Soft Systems Methodology (SSM) and Rich Picture analysis, it becomes evident that the development of gastronomy tourism has led to significant changes in social dynamics and cultural norms. The analysis reveals a delicate balance that the community strives to maintain between embracing modern tourism practices and preserving traditional values. The study's findings shed light on the need for cultural preservation programs that engage the local population, ensuring that the benefits of tourism are shared equitably and that the community's identity remains intact.
Implication: This research serves as a valuable resource for shaping the trajectory of gastronomy tourism in a manner that harmonizes economic growth with the preservation of local traditions.
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