Evaluating Participation for Tourism in Heritage Urban Settlements: A Case Study of Kampung Kemasan, Gresik, Indonesia
Keywords:community-based tourism, participation, heritage tourism
AbstractThe aim of this article was to determine the form of evaluation related to tourism activities in urban heritage area by a case study in Kampung Kemasan, Gresik, Indonesia. In the study, observations and interviews were made to evaluate the tourism activities and participation which occurs. In this context, there are 4 activities that classified in tourism terms, and all of them involves the community and other stakeholdersâ€™ participation. Â Compared to another study in the same context, it is found that there should be more opportunities expanded. This evaluation results provide suggestions for the local government to improve the quality of participation-based tourism development in Gresik.
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