Cultural heritage

 Cultural heritage Many of the cultural products of a nation are admired by their own people and also by other nations. The Egyptians, for example, left the pyramids. One of the pyramids, Cheops, was built some 4,600 years ago. This building consists of 2.5 million stone blocks and each block weighs up to 2.5 tons. The Chinese left the Great Wall which was many kilometers long. Amazingly, this cultural relic can be seen from the moon. The Indonesian people left the Borobudur Temple. In its construction, this temple spent about 55,000 cubic meters of andesite stones. One stone weighs tens to hundreds of kilograms. Many other Indonesian cultural products are still preserved until now. One of them is in the form of archaeological remains. Archaeological remains include cultural heritage as a result of the history of the nation throughout the ages. In Indonesia, one of the functions of cultural heritage is associated with tourism activities. The function of cultural heritage is an elaborat

Culture and Tourism

 Culture and Tourism During the booming period of trade between Europe, the Middle East, India and China, due to the position of the archipelago in a cross position with its natural resources, the diversity of ethnic groups and cultures increased. Some ethnic groups, especially those who live in coastal areas, are heavily influenced by foreign cultures due to the intensity of their frequent interactions with foreign nations who stop by. Meanwhile, in the hinterlands it is still with its local culture. Culture -in simple terms- can be interpreted as the result of creativity, taste, and intention, which is manifested in the form of objects and intangibles. In the archipelago, the forms of culture vary according to the conditions and natural environment, as well as the influence of foreign cultures that enter and develop in the region. These cultural products are national assets that can be "sold" at the same time can be preserved, and if managed properly, they can strengthen th