Revelation of ‘Hidden’ Balinese Geospatial Heritage on A Map

Atmadja, Dicky A.S. Soeria; Wikantika, Ketut; Harto, Agung Budi; Putra, Daffa Gifary M.

Bali is not just about beautiful nature. It also has a unique and interesting cultural heritage, including ‘hidden’ geospatial heritage. Tri Hita Karana is a Hinduism concept of life consisting of human relation to God, to other humans and to the nature (Parahiyangan, Pawongan and Palemahan), Based on it, – in term of geospatial aspect – the Balinese derived its spatial orientation, spatial planning & lay out, measurement as well as color and typography. Introducing these particular heritage would be a very interesting contribution to Bali tourism. As a respond to these issues, a question arise on how to reveal these unique and highly valuable geospatial heritage on a map which can be used to introduce and disseminate them to the tourists. Symbols (patterns & colors), orientation, distance, scale, layout and toponimy have been well known as elements of a map. There is an chance to apply Balinese geospatial heritage in representing these map elements.



Atmadja, Dicky A.S. Soeria / Wikantika, Ketut / Harto, Agung Budi / et al: Revelation of ‘Hidden’ Balinese Geospatial Heritage on A Map. 2018. Copernicus Publications.


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