THE ROLE OF DISASTER-RESILIENT VILLAGES SUPPORTING TOURISM IN BADUNG DISTRICT

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Made Agus Sugianto

Abstract

Badung Regency is a very famous tourist destination to foreign countries. However,
most of these tourist destination areas are located in disaster-prone areas. This study
aims to determine the role of disaster-resilient villages in providing security and comfort
to tourists visiting tourist objects. This study used a descriptive-analytic method with a
desk study design. Disaster Resilient Villages / Kelurahan are villages that have the
independent ability to adapt and face potential disaster threats. Currently, there are 31
disaster-resilient villages in Badung Regency, most of which are tourist destination
areas. In disaster-resilient coastal areas, the potential for tsunami disasters, highland
areas are potentially affected by landslides. The prevention and mitigation efforts that
have been carried out by the Badung Regency Government include; build an early
warning system, install warning signs, carry out disaster simulations and disseminate
information to the public.

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