PROVINCIAL, DISTRICT AND TOURISM POLICIES CITIES IN BALI: DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY OVERVIEW REGIONAL TOURISM
Tourism policy is an important area to study because of its practical and theoretical importance. The different tourism policies created by different regions are one of the main factors for the existence and development of tourism, along with the natural and anthropogenic resources of a particular destination. Tourism policy research has practical significance because travel requires government cooperation, for example, bilateral airline negotiations, decisions about the provision of facilities and services, interactions with other sectors, use of publicly 'owned' resources such as national parks as attractions, issuance of tourist visas. And marketing funding for certain destinations. This is in addition to the fact that many tourist village policies have been implemented and synchronization with follow-up programs has been running in each district/city. A number of suggestions that need to be conveyed are to the provincial/regency and city governments to focus more on what is stipulated in the tourism village policy. Programs developed to be more focused on achieving the vision and mission of regional tourism development. To the tourist village, to better coordinate the tourist village development program with various parties so that the objectives of establishing a tourist village can be realized. This condition is based on the large number of tourist villages that have not taken further action after being designated as tourist villages.