IDENTIFICATION OF VEGETATIONS OF TAMAN JEPUN PALACE “BALI FRANGIPANI PALACE” IN EAST DENPASAR DISTRICT, DENPASAR CITY, BALI
The garden is one of the elements in developing urban space needed by the community. As an open space, a park is an open space containing natural elements and landscapes generated by the diversity of vegetation, activities and artificial elements which is provided social recreational facilities, as a source of the lungs of city. The research objective was to determine the elements of garden in Istana Taman Jepun or Bali Frangipani Palace in East Denpasar District, Denpasar City, Bali and the responses of visitors of Istana Taman Jepun or Bali Frangipani Palace. The setting was determined by purposive sampling technique. Sampling was implemented by accidental sampling technique, namely research that took 40 people as sample. The result showed that the identification of the Istana Taman Jepun or Bali Frangipani Palace in East Denpasar District, Denpasar City, Bali provided success and increase of knowledge to recognize garden elements and visitors’ responses to gardens at Istana Taman Jepun or Bali Frangipani Palace in East Denpasar District, Denpasar City, Bali.
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