In Bali, a "Tourism Area" refers to a specific location or region that is designated for tourism development and activities. This may include land that is used for the construction of hotels, resorts, restaurants, cafes, souvenir shops, and other businesses that cater to tourists.
Tourism Areas in Bali are often located in scenic or culturally significant locations, such as near beaches, temples, or other tourist attractions. These areas may also have specific regulations or guidelines in place to ensure that development is sustainable and respectful of the local environment and culture.
Tourism Areas may be managed by local government bodies or private entities, and may offer a range of services and amenities to visitors, such as transportation, tour guides, and cultural experiences.