Annisa Nur Ramadhani, Merisa Kurniasari, Rika Kisnarini, Happy Santosa, Dewi Septanti
Tourism is one of the world’s fastest growing sectors and is a major source of income for many countries. While tourism development in a sphere of urban housing renewal is necessary through a sustainability concept approach because its becomes a way to minimize the existence of problems that can re-emerged the post of urban housing renewal. Traditional settlements in Indonesia that also be called as Kampungs are potential to be developed into one of many tourism destinations. One of them is Dolly Kampung, which once was a prostitution or red light area that was established since 1960’s and being the largest prostitution are in South East Asia. Because of prostitution business is contrary to the prevailing norms in Indonesia, prostitution activity in Dolly kampung is closed by the City Government in June 2014.
Annisa Nur Ramadhani, Merisa Kurniasari, Rika Kisnarini, Happy Santosa, Dewi Septanti (2018); Kampung Dolly towards Sustainable Senior Housing;
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