Heritage Camp is an effort to encourage Indonesian youth to preserve their cultural heritage in modern world. Indonesia as a country which consists of 17.000 islands, 243 millions people and 742 languages struggles to maintain its root to face globalization. It is the youth responsibility to protect their identity through creative preservation of cultural heritage through modern ways. This four days camp hosted students from all over places; Sumatra, Java, Borneo, Celebes, and eastern part of Indonesia. Conducted by Lontara Project and Universitas Gadjah Mada’s students in Yogyakarta, this event is supported by American Councils and Bina Antarbudaya as it’s partner in Indonesia.