THE RESILIENCE OF THE BASARANG JAYA BALINESE TRANSMIGRANTS RESIDENCE IN THE LAND OF DAYAK NGAJU, CENTRAL KALIMANTANHerwin Sutrisno, Theresia Susi, Gagoek Hardiman and Edward E. Pandelaki
Basarang Jaya Village is the location for transmigrants opened by the government in 1961. The transmigrants in this village were generally from Bali Island. These transmigrants did not give up with the condition of the location, a peat bog area which is lacking in infrastructure. The resilience of the transmigrants to live in this land finally led to the development of Basarang Jaya Village and known as Mini Bali in Central Kalimantan. A residence is not only a physical thing, but it also a manifestation of interaction between humans and their environment. Therefore, the resilience of Balinese transmigrants is viewed from the changes of the function and form of the Balinese transmigrants residency. The objective of the study is to find out the changing process of the function and form in the Balinese transmigrants residence at Basarang Jaya. This research used the qualitative-descriptive method, and based on the research, it was known that the residency experienced four times changes in its form and building materials used.