Temple Tour in Indonesia

 Temple Tour Temple tourism in several regions in Java is very potential. Moreover, in Java there are hundreds of large and small temples dating from the 5th to 15th centuries AD. A small number of temples are found in Bali, Sumatra and Kalimantan. Temple conservation, which means maintenance and restoration, is currently being promoted. The purpose of conservation is so that the temple can be enjoyed by the wider community. Unfortunately, the temple as a cultural center has received less attention from various circles. Ironically, the government then turned it into an economic center, namely for tourism. Read Also : Conservation-Based Tourism Since the 1980s when the tourism sector became more promising, the government has tried to attract dollars from the pockets of tourists. In the name of foreign exchange and development, many facilities are made and offered for the enjoyment of tourists. Settlements near Borobudur Temple, for example, were evicted for the construction of the Borob

Conservation-Based Tourism

 Conservation-Based Tourism Everything that archeology does should be known to the public through publications, while the objects found are shown to the public through exhibitions. If small objects are exhibited in the museum, on the contrary, if large objects are exhibited in the field, for example in the form of ancient gardens. That is the end goal of archeology. Archeology has clearly contributed a lot to tourism. The restoration of Borobudur Temple, for example, is associated with tourism. The same is the case with the restoration of the Angkor Wat Temple in Cambodia. In relation to tourism, restoration plays an important role. Restoration is an attempt to restore damaged buildings to good shape or to arrange messy stones into building shapes. Restoration is closely related to the principle of utilization. So far, tourism has always made use of cultural products. In fact, for a long time, Borobudur and Prambanan Temples were promoted to be world-class flagship.