The area of Taman Bumi Global Batur (Batur Global Geopark) as the World Cultural heritage is an integrated area consisting of 15 villages with a variety of potential. Cultural potential, economic, infrastructure that determines the environmental sustainability in the caldera area of Batur. Since it was established as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO on September 20, 2012 in Portugal, the region has not been able to positively impact the environmental sustainability surrounding the Geopark area. Identifying the potential of the area is still minimal, so the distribution and development of spatial foundations of the spatial is difficult to implement. The depiction of the structure of the residential space can also be seen from other cultures such as ritual implementation and religious events. This study is one of identifying form of spatial structure of the area in the caldera. Data collection with observations directly to the object of study, and interviews with the surrounding community and policy stakeholders, then the results of data in the analysis with related theories that resulted in an overview of the establishment of spatial structure of space that is expected to help sustainable development in the caldera area of Batur, Kintamani, Bangli.
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