Cultural heritage tourism in Indonesia potential of ⇜gunung gangsir temple⇝ as a tourist attraction

Nuruddin, Akhmad Fajar Ma'rufin, Putu Eka Wirawan, I. Wayan Pantiyasa, I. Made Trisna Semara, Estikowati, Fitria Earlike Anwar Sani

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The existence of human life in the past can be traced through its historical heritage. Relics in the form of human creations in the past that can be developed and utilized as a cultural heritage tourism. Pasuruan in the historical course is one area that has cultural heritage from the Hindhu-Buddhist period, one of which is in the form of Gunung Gangsir Temple, a heritage from Medang Kamulan Kingdom. This approach uses a qualitative method with a historical science approach, so that historical aspects in this study remain visible. Data collection techniques in this study are the literature review, interviews and field observations. The data analysis method in the study begins with data reduction, data presentation and conclusion drawing which are then presented in this article. The results of this study indicate that the use of historic buildings as a tourist attraction is one part of the effort to preserve these buildings. Concrete steps to realize it are the fulfillment of the carrying capacity needed in the tourism business which includes 4A Concepts, Attraction, Amenities, Access and Ancillary. Some things that must be in place are special shelters or places to stay for tourists, a place to exchange foreign currencies, representative restaurants and adequate health facilities and form organizations specifically in the field of tourism.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)283-289
Number of pages7
JournalSystematic Reviews in Pharmacy
Issue number12
Publication statusPublished - 2020


  • Cultural Heritage Tourism
  • Gunung Gangsir Temple
  • Potential Development


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