The Banjarese traditional buildings such as Bubungan Tinggi and Gajah Baliku in Teluk Selong Ulu, South Kalimantan have the authenticity of the form and material, and the values of historical and knowledge. Government created a garden and parking lot with concrete floor by swamp land reclamation in front and side of the traditional houses for tourism benefit,. This paper aims to identify the impact of current management, and makes new applicable management model of traditional house area in Teluk SelongUlu. The study was conducted by qualitative methods. Data were collected by direct observation and in-depth interviews. The making of applicable management model is using Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA), and analyzing by SWOT. The results show that the development of the traditional house area has a social impact, disturbing surrounding people. The applicable management model is made by paying attention on cultural heritage zoning and involving multiple stakeholders, both government and society, which are coordinated and carried out in a sustainable manner. It is concluded that the strategy is based on the principle of archaeological resources and local knowledge, so the area of Banjarese traditional house can be developed and used optimally as an icon and pride of the local culture.
Keywords : management, cultural heritage, zoning, Telok Selong Ulu, South Kalimantan
Source: Naditira Widya Vol.9 No.2 Oktober 2015, p. 147-164
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