To build a quality tourism that can compete with tourist destinations in the international community, four components of Bali must be maintained and preserved. The four components are the culture, the security, the hygiene and health and last but not least the infrastructure and tourism facilities.
To keep all of those things, firmness is needed in enforcing existing regulations, to ensure that all components of the tourism supporters can be maintained and sustainable. It was announced by the Deputy Governor of Bali Ketut Sudikerta, in his presentation, the discussion towards tourism actors, in the office of the Tourism Promotion Board (BPPD) Renon.
He asserted that as a supervisor in the construction of the Bali Tourism, Provincial Government will crack down on violators of the regulation for example a violation of the rules of traditional Balinese ornament in any particular building especially on tourism infrastructure.
“We already have the Law of Cultural Tourism, we have the Spatial regulation, regulation of Balinese architectural requirements and more, all for the existence of Bali,” he said. He also gave an example of the rule of law in Singapore specifically in maintaining cleanliness. People in Singapore bagged trash rather than pay a fine of 20 million. “Need firmness for a deterrent effect for violators of existing regulations,” he concluded.
source : the bali times