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Title: 鹿港鎮空間發展計畫對觀光文化發展影響之研析
The Study and Analysis of Influences that Lukang’s Space Development Plans have on the Development of Tourism Culture
Authors: 湯國榮;許誌銘;莊翰華
Contributors: 地理學系;地理學系環境暨觀光遊憩碩士班
Keywords: 空間發展;觀光文化;都市計畫
Space development;Tourism culture;Urban plan
Date: 2008-10
Issue Date: 2015-06-01T05:26:23Z
Publisher: 彰化縣政府
Abstract: 曾經為全台第二大都市的鹿港,在民國70年後因繁榮時期所累積之古蹟建築等觀光資源再度發展,市鎮的空間計畫和發展亦不斷的在改變,影響觀光文化發展。
Since 1981, Lukang, once the second largest city of Taiwan, has been redeveloping its tourism resources (such as historical buildings, etc.) accumulated in its good times and continuously changing its space development plans, which have influenced the development of tourism culture.
This study adopts the methods of literature analysis, field study and interviewing elders to investigate the changes of Lukang’s space development since its establishment, the implementation processes of major space development plans after the Japanese ruling period and the changes of tourism culture resources, and analyze the mutual influences between space development plans and the development of tourism.
The street space of Lukang was naturally developed along the bay in the Qing Dynasty. After the Japanese ruling period, the urban planning converted it into a fish bone pattern. The urban plans have adopted the patterns of neighborhood units and blocks, established public facilities and redeveloped the original spatial structure. Architectures and temples built in the Qing Dynasty and during the Japanese ruling period have been designated as historic sites or historic buildings according to the conservation areas, stipulated maintenance methods and limited their usage, making them the abundant tourism resources of Lukang. Furthermore, through the combination of local delicacies, crafts, culture, the three major museums in the Changpin Industrial Park, the transformation of town scenery and the preservation of cultural assets, Lukang has become a nationwide well-known tourist attraction. The urban plans, however, only focus on the comprehensive review of regulations, but not include a detailed consideration of the needs of the development of the tourism industry. This has led to insufficient tourism facilities and created a crisis for the development of tourism.
Relation: 2008年彰化研究學術研討會-「文化觀光研究」論文集, : 479-499
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