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8 Int'l J. Soc. Sci. Stud. 109 (2020)
Synergity of the Historic Building to the Progress of Tourism in the City of Makassar, Indonesia

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                                                                         International Journal of Social Science Studies
                                                                                      Vol. 8, No. 1; January 2020
                                                                             ISSN  2324-8033   E-ISSN  2324-8041
                                                                                  Published by Redfame Publishing
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Synergity of the Historic Building to the Progress of Tourism in the City of

                                         Makassar, Indonesia

                                              Ahmad   Husain MSi
University of Makassar Pepabri lecturer, Indonesia
Correspondence: Dr. Ahmad  Husain MSi, Lecturer at University of Makassar Pepabri, Indonesia.


Received: July 2, 2019        Accepted: December  18, 2019       Available online: December 24, 2019
doi:10.11114/ijsss.v8il.4664        URL: https://doi.org/10.11114/ijsss.v8il.4664


Abstract
The type of qualitative research through the phenomenological approach, the results showed that historical buildings
have an appeal for domestic and foreign tourists, so it is necessary to preserve historical buildings Professional who
supported some  correct information and informant can understand the historical plot of the building, so that it can
provide information to the tourism visitors in the city of Makassar.
Keywords:  preservation, tourism, synergy, historic, building
1. Background
Makassar, which inhabited 1.7 million inhabitants and inhabited an area of 175.77 km2. Makassar has a coastline that is
35 km  long, with 12 islands. Makassar's economic growth  amounted  to 7.82% in 2016 with USD   3,500 per capita
income. The recognition of Makassar as one of the main tourist destinations in Indonesia is derived from the Ministry of
Tourism which  has established it as 1 of 10 cities branding overseas market destinations.As a tourist destination area.
Tourism potentials that Makassar has to offer are very diverse. Ranging from historical, maritime, cultural, culinary, and
educational tourism, said Danny.Makassar tourism support facilities are also very promising. Makassar has five major
hospitals, as well as 200 starred and non-star hotels. The number of tourism workers certified in the year 2016 reach
2,868 workers who  serve 4.6 million tourists archipelago and 85,644 foreign tourists. In addition, Makassar tourism is
also supported by the development of creative industries that reach 3,113 community actors. They were creative in the
436 creative industries of Makassar.
In 2017, Makassar  Tourism focuses on the development  of competitive tourist destinations. The tombs of the Tallo
kings, Lae-Lae Island, Samalona, and KodingarengKeke are selected as the flagship tourist attraction.Coincided with it,
also developed the tourism village of Lakkang, and the village of Paropo culture. Throughout the year 2017, Makassar
will host 4 international events plus 18 monthly tourism events that start running since January. NIA
Indonesia has many historical relics scattered throughout Indonesia, there is a long history barrage that has a story and
unique to the community, evidence of historical buildings are still many standing firmly Colonial government in the
period of 350 years. The existence of historical buildings can be a government office, a school of nobility or a prison
building for the rebels. Then in the time after Indonesia became independent building the building switch function
began to be used for office Government of the Republic of Indonesia or demolished for better city development.
As the progress of the science and the mind-set of society today gives a view to the historic buildings of colonial relics
or the kingdom period in Indonesia which considers the building to be part of civilization and the cultural identity of a
nation and  has historical value. Historical building buildings or so-called cultural heritage objects are currently
governed  by the Nomorl1  Law  of 2010  on Cultural Reserve explained that cultural heritage objects are objects of
nature and/or man-made objects, whether moving or not A unity or group, or parts of it, or the remainder of which has a
close relationship with the culture and history of human development. It is further explained in section 88 paragraph 1
that 26 governments, local governments, and anyone can utilize the cultural reserve for the benefit of religion, social,
educational, science, technology, culture, and tourism today the reserve object Culture is widely utilized as a tourist
attraction because of the increasing needs of cultural tourism activities declared MacDonald (2004 in Pitana and Diarta,
2009:32
Tourism in Indonesia is experiencing a considerable development of the need for the importance of the understanding of


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