Urat village is one of Indonesia's many potential for rural tourism. However, study finds that indigenous people still feels left out to develop their own tourism business in their own areas.
There has always been a strand running through P.E.I.'s history of some Islanders expressing ambivalence, displeasure or outright hostility towards the tourists and tourism that the island relies on.
Conflicts between seasonal property owners and year-round rural residents are highlighting the fault-lines between the "right to be rural" and "disaster gentrification."