Functional analysis on Bali botanical garden for society
Bali Botanical Gardens as one of the government agencies that play a role in conservation, research, education, tourism, and environmental services, have a great responsibility for the conservation of biodiversity in Indonesia. Bali Botanical Gardens take website advantage of existing services to promote the service program in the field of conservation and environmental education as well as contributing to socialize about preserving the environment. Bali botanical gardens provide a variety of information with the submission that is easily understood by tourists who want to visit. Bali Botanical Gardens itself makes the website and facebook fan page as the promotion, reporting and socialize both in terms of reporting to support e-government and the most important is the focus in the field of environment, the conservation of nature, the introduction and utilization of research results and an introduction to the various types of Mountain crops to the public. In addition to the website and facebook fan page Bali Botanical Gardens also use TripAdvisor know the feedback from the community after a visit to the Bali Botanical Gardens.
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