KERATUANSEMAKA FOLKLORE: ETHNO-ECOTOURISMMODEL IN LAMPUNG INDIGENOUS MUSEUM TOURISM DEVELOPMENT
This paper examines the ethno-ecotourism model, a new model that provides an alternative for the development o f ethnic museum tourism. Ethnic museum tourism can be said to be very rare and rarely available, perhaps because o f lack o f visitor interest in tourist destinations in such a way. Whereas, museum tourism is very important not only for the tourism industry but also at the same time as a manifestation o f the preservation o f customs and culture o f the community. This study uses a qualitative research method with an ethnographic approach. Data collection techniques were obtained through in-depth interviews, involved observations and documentation. The data analysis is done through triangulation method. The results showed that folklore o f the very rich
KeratuanSemaka o f Lampung was able to make the museum an attractive tourist destination by packing folklore in the form o f performances and packed in digital form inside the museum. The results o f this study theoretically also contribute to the ethno-science approach that people have the ability to develop their potential through local wisdom by adding an ethno-science approach to ethno-ecotourism elements.