THE “SECRET GARDEN VILLAGE” IN LUWUS VILLAGE IS A GREEN TOURISM WHICH IS OFFERING FANTASTIC SERVICES TO MAINTAIN THE SUSTAINABLE TOURISM

Wayan Nurjaya, Nyoman Kanca, I Ketut Redjasa

Abstract


Bali Governor stated that “Bali Clean” and “Green” All of us who live in Bali Should support that statement. So does the “SECRET GARDEN VILLAGE” in Luwus village. This business goes green. Let’s say green tourism. The Secret Garden Village is the first tourism education in Bali. The soft opening has been done last week on 1st May. This research is aimed to know the activities of the Secret Garden Village to apply green tourism, to know what kind of services does he offers to maintain sustainable tourism in Luwus Village in Tabanan Regency. Data of this research are obtained from informants who know well the object of this research such as Mr. Billy Hartono Salim, the owner of Secret Garden Village, Mr. Putugede Arista DityaPradana, The Operational Manager of Black Eye Coffee, Mr. Andra Martin, the Architech of building design. Further, data was analysed descriptively. The result of this research showed that the activities of Secret Garden Village in Luwus Village were Truly “Green Tourism”. The service there is so fantastic one. The building are unique made of wood, steel, and concrete (beton). The visitor are offering sightseeing in museum, to see traditional beauty tools which are belonged to our ancestors, after that, visiting the factory outlet.

The Black Eye Coffee also displays the specific animal Luwak, which produces “Luwak Coffee” as a sample only. The visitor can enjoy the rice field view while enjoy western food (barbeque specialist food). Most of workers there are from local people to increase their economic value. Those activities could attract and satisfying the visitors because they could get a new and memorable experiences. In other words that the present of Secret Garden Village could expand job available for local people and prosperous happiness.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22334/jbhost.v2i1.84

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.22334/jbhost.v2i1.84.g83

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