English Oral Tradition for Tourists to Promote Environmental Conservation

Girindra Putri Ardana Reswari, Fitri Alfarisy, Maharani Patria Ratna, Nida Fadhilah, T.R. Soeprobowati, B. Warsito, T. Triadi Putranto
2021 E3S Web of Conferences  
Currently, Indonesian tourism is preparing to open back to international tourism activities due to the Covid 19 pandemic. One of the factors that they need to prepare is sustainable development in terms of Environmentally Feasible, which emphasizes that the development process must be responsive and pay attention to efforts to preserve the environment (natural and cultural), and to a minimum, avoid adverse impacts that can reduce environmental quality and disturb the ecological balance. This
more » ... earch aims at giving a new approach to preserving the environment without reducing tourism activity. English version of the oral tradition in the tourism place is chosen to attract tourists' awareness in preserving the environment. This research is a case study of Kandri Tourism Village by using documents analysis and interviews. The results showed various oral traditions related directly to the environment, which are passed down from generation to generation by the community. The oral traditions are succeeded in being used to preserve the environment for the domestic tourist. However, this is not optimal when applied to foreign tourists due to two factors: limited terminology and cross-cultural understanding.
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202131702016 fatcat:dpdzwelchrbcjfdt44mj7gw6na