The impact of opening up an indigenous tribe to tourism development. Case study: baduy tribe
Indonesia is famous for its beautiful nature, various cultures, and traditions which are still untouched by outside world. One of the examples is The Baduy Tribe. It is an indigenous tribe classified into two clusters, the Outer Tribe and the Inner Tribe. The Outer Tribe is open to outside visitors but The Inner Tribe has been a closed society tornoutsiders and strictly protects their heritage from the influence of modern culture.rnThis thesis aims to find out the possibility to open up The Inner Baduy Tribe to massrntourism market, the impacts to the tourism development, and the acceptance level of the local people on the opening up the Inner Baduy Tribe.rnThis research utilizes a deductive descriptive research using qualitative and quantitative data. The data collected is a combination of literature research from books, websites, interviews and questionnaires with the respective sources. From the research results, it can be concluded that the Baduy Tribe does not accept the opening up of the Inner Baduy, although the possibility exists. There are more negative than positive impacts that may occur as the result of opening up the Inner Baduy Tribe.
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