Sanur Tourism Observatory

Member since

2017

Hosted by

Udayana University

Monitoring area

Sanur, Bali

The Research Centre for Culture and Tourism of the Udayana University established a Sustainable Tourism Observatory in 2017, and assigned by the Ministry of Tourism of Indonesia to monitor the Sanur Region. Denpasar City of the Bali Province.

FACTS & FIGURES

MISSION

Sanur as a sustainable beach tourism destination with global competitiveness, based on local culture (Tri Hita Karana).

Current Monitoring Processes

To monitor the sustainable tourism in Sanur, the Observatory counts on the involvement from the Minstry of Tourism, Bali Government Tourism Office, Bali Toursm Board, Denpasar Government Tourism Office, Denpasar Hotel and Restaurant Association, Denpasar Tourism Promotion Board, Sanur Development Foundation, Bali Tourism Institute in Nusa Dua, Customary Villages in Sanur, the villages in Sanur, Denpasar Creative Board, and other related stakeholders and NGOs.

KEY MONITORING AREAS

Local satisfaction with tourism
Destination economic benefit
Employment
Tourism seasonality
Water management
Solid waste management
 Development control
Sewage treatment

DID YOU KNOW…

Tri Hita Karana is the origin of the Balinese belief system. It is centered on maintaining a harmonious relationship with God, people, and nature. This philosophy manifests itself in Balinese landuse, settlement arrangements, architecture, ceremonies, rituals, art and social organizations. РTri Hita Karana Bali

RESOURCES

GALLERY

CONTACT

UDAYANA UNIVERSITY

Research Centre for Culture and Tourism