Characteristics and deviation patterns of agricultural land use in tourism area of Canggu, Bali, Indonesia

Document Type : Research Paper


Engineering Science Doctoral Study Program, Faculty of Engineering, Udayana University, Denpasar, 80361, Bali, Indonesia



Canggu Village is primarily a development zone with the potential for rapid growth. Canggu possesses tourism potential as well as ecological conditions conducive to future growth. The rapid growth of the population, followed by development activities, will increase demand for space, particularly in areas with a high strategic value of land, such as tourism areas. Tourism is still regarded as a stimulant to the economy. However, if space development is not adequately managed and controlled, it will affect the conversion of land functions, particularly agricultural land, into built-up areas for commercialization. A study effort is required to map the characteristics and deviation patterns of agricultural land use in Canggu to achieve spatial order. By mapping the characteristics and deviation patterns of agricultural land use in Canggu Village, it is hoped that appropriate actions or solutions to Canggu Village's ecological problems can be compiled and developed.


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