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The Implementation of Tri Hita Karana in Maintaining Harmony in The Bali Tourism Area During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Ketut Susiani, I Made Sutajaya, I Wayan Suja
Bali is famous for its natural beauty, culture, and traditions with the nickname island of the gods, almost every corner of the island of Bali there are temples which are the palaces of the gods which are the manifestation of Ida Sang Hyang Widhi or God Almighty who is guarded by the Balinese people. Local wisdom and the beauty of the island of Bali attract foreign and local tourists to visit the island of Bali. The tourism offered by the island of Bali has a positive impact on the economy. However, the Covid-19 pandemic has had an impact on tourism on the island of Bali. Some tourist attractions impose restrictions on the number of visitors and even closure of tourist attractions. The existence of tourist attractions in Bali requires special attention, so that the interests of the economy, health, and culture can run in balance. Tri Hita Karana consisting of Parahyangan, Palemahan, and Pawongan is expected to be a guide in creating harmony on the island of Bali. This study aims to examine how the role of Tri Hita Karana in maintaining the harmony of cultural tourism areas on the island of Bali during the Covid-19 pandemic. The data collection method uses a literature review from various relevant references. The results showed that the Tri Hita Karana concept was able to create harmony in the Bali tourist area during the COVID-19 pandemic. So that Tri Hita Karana can be used as a guide in keeping Bali tourism in harmony.