Tengger Tribe Development Direction in Ngadas Village, Malang Regency as Cutural Tourism Village

  • Arwi Yudhi Koswara Urban and Regional Planning, Faculty of Architecture, Design, and Planning, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
  • Virgiana Syalia Maulidy Urban and Regional Planning, Faculty of Architecture, Design, and Planning, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember

Abstract

In 2017, refering to Law No.6 2014 about Village, and Constitution Court Decision No.35/PUU-X/2012 Ngadas Village is determined as cultural village by Malang Regency Governtment. With that provition, Ngadas village become tourism village and cultural village. But as cultural tourism village, there’s still no follow up related to its development especially with its previous provition as tourism village.
According to this condition, the purpose of this research is to know the appropriate development direction for Cultural Village of Ngadas as cultural tourism village. To achieve the purpose, required research target. As for several targets in this research are analyse development determinant of Ngadas Cultural Village, identify component characteristic of cultural village in Cultural Village of Ngadas, and determine development directions of cultural village as tourism village in Ngadas. Conclusion of this research, there are 9 factors which influential (1) tourism, art, and typical culture potential (2) located in tourism development zone (3) availability of developer, instructor, and tourism, art, and typical culture actor (4) accessibility and infrastructure towards and in cultural village (5) visitors security (6) cultural group (7) institution of cultural government (8) assets and/or cultural thing (9) set of norm and cultural law. From those
9 factors, some are potential and some need to be improved. From
triangulation process generated directions to maintain the main zone and develop support zone which cover development and management of DTW, improvement of managers and peoples SDM, making of planning document and promotion media, development and treatment of infrastructure, and gaining partnership with TNBTS, private, and other tourism.

Published
2020-11-30