Cultural Tourism

© 2012 UNESCO Jakarta (Bali Cultural Landscape, One of Indonesia’s ultimate cultural tourism destination)

Sustainable tourism must contribute, at one and the same time, to economic development and social progress, and environmental protection and enhancement, while minimizing its negative impacts.

In relation to this, UNESCO Office, Jakarta endeavors to assist its cluster countries in preparing their policies while reconsidering the relationship between tourism and cultural diversity and the importance of cultural tourism for sustainable development, whilst protecting the tangible and intangible cultural heritage.

Culture Unit’s Activity Archive for Cultural Tourism (in most recent order)

  • UNESCO’s Culture Unit Follow Up Mission to Borobudur Area for Heritage Tourism Promotion and Revitalization of Cultural Industries Project in Borobudur, May 2012
  • Second Stakeholders' Meeting on Heritage Tourism Promotion and Revitalization of Cultural Industries in Borobudur, February 2012
  • First Stakeholders’ Meeting on Heritage Tourism Promotion and Community Livelihood Enhancement in Borobudur, November 2011
  • Capacity Building: Training for Borobudur Local Community on Local Snack Production, Hospitality and Sanitation, October 2011

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