IJSSH 2014 Vol.4(3): 170-177 ISSN: 2010-3646
DOI: 10.7763/IJSSH.2014.V4.341

The Analysis on the Cultural Creativities, Itinerary and Field Shaping of the Indigenous People in Taiwan ─ Taking the Laiji Tribe and the Tjimur Tribe for Example

Meng-Ling Lay, Shu-Hua Gao, and Su-Ping Tan
Abstract—After tourism prevalence, the tribes of the indigenous people and their domains has become the tribes and marketplaces of cultural creativities. To satisfy the demands of touring and sightseeing activities, the itinerary planning is one of the significant factors to attract tourists. Itinerary design is inclusive of some service items like local traffic, lodging and relevant touring activities. This study is mainly aimed to focus on the subjects of empirical analysis, the Laiji Tribe and the Tjimur Tribe. The study is conducted by means of field research and literature review to explore the itinerary programming of these two places after they have become the tourism-oriented communities. Also, with this study, it is available to develop the itinerary programming and raise the suggestions for the process transformed from the traditional fields into the fields of cultural creativities.

Index Terms—Space of cultural creativities, tourism of indigenous people, itinerary programming.

Shu-Hua Gao is with the Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan (e-mail: ma1j4228@stust.edu.tw).

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Cite: Meng-Ling Lay, Shu-Hua Gao, and Su-Ping Tan, " The Analysis on the Cultural Creativities, Itinerary and Field Shaping of the Indigenous People in Taiwan ─ Taking the Laiji Tribe and the Tjimur Tribe for Example," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 170-177, 2014.

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