Managing Maritime Connection Culture Legacy Islamic & Malay Heritage f or Global Shariah Tourism
Universitas Islam Sumatera Utara
The legalicy of maritime connection culture of Strait of Malacca from pre-colonial to post colonial is the heritage of Islam and Malay in North Sumatra of Indonesia. Now in globalization era, such legacy has great role in the narrative economic of global shariah tourism. The paper present the current situation of north sumatra province in manageing the invaluable cultural heritage in terms of global tourism. Managing the maritime connection culture to be marketable shariah tourism is a big issue that gives economic growth. This Field study on the development of a global reious and cultural tourism industry based on the results of the research paper on maganging hybrid Islamic and Malay heritage for shariah tourism reported the foundation for goverment policy and tourism industry in facing ASEAN economic Community and globalization is still weak. Obtained data showed that various Islamic carnivals and cultural festivals as living traditional in coastal towns of North Sumatra which regarded as the realization of islamic and Malay social values have not been managed in an integrative system. managing the potential of shariah-based cultural heritage tourism has the potential economic growth of North Sumatra Province and shariah system has a good change if the goverment synergic management with enterpreneurs and social scientists (university) works in harmony.
Keyword : Managing, maritime connection, global, shariah tourism.
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