AADF intervention in the Royal Palace is the first part of a greater project-concept that aims to turn the palace into a destination. This first phase – titled Diagnostic Review of Infrastructure – provided important preliminary analytical data that gave an accurate assessment of the current situation, and identified the needs to invest in the future. The information gathered will be utilized as groundwork for project design, destination business plan, and actual physical renovations by government. Commercializing the Royal Palace not only provides support for cultural heritage, but it also serves as the perfect case study as to how entrepreneurship and business can help in the preservation of history and culture. The project has strong inter-sectoral dependencies between entrepreneurship, tourism, and education.