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Film Tourism Indonesian Style: The Cases of Laskar Pelangi and Eat Pray Love Indra Kusumawardhana; Ekky Imanjaya
Communicare : Journal of Communication Studies Vol. 3 No. 2 (2016): COMMUNICARE
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian, Publikasi dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat (LP3M) Institut Bisnis dan Komunikasi LSPR

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37535/101003220162


Film-induced tourism becomes a new emerging issue in tourism and scholarly research for the last 10 years. London’s “Harry Potter” series and New Zealand’s “Lord of the Rings” are among the best practices of the trend. On the other hand, Indonesia is a country with many beautiful places to visit by both local and international tourists. The number of visitors increases significantly every year. However, there is no contribution from film industry, both from local or international production, related to this increasing numbers of tourists, not before national movie production “Laskar Pelangi, 2008” (Rainbow Troops, 2008) by Riri Riza, and international box office movie production “Eat, Pray Love, 2010”. The study research will discuss about film induced tourism issues in Indonesia, particularly on why and how the two films--so far, until recently, only those two films--became phenomenon in film tourism--and why other films did not.
The Assessment of Marine Tourism Destination in North Seribu Islands, DKI Jakarta with Recreation Opportunity Spectrum Approach Anang Sutono; Rinie Octaviany Hasan; Beta Budi Setyorini; Dewa Putu Oka Prasiasa; Shaharuddin Tahir; Indra Kusumawardhana; Rudy P. Siahaan; Fajar Aditya Nugroho
ECSOFiM (Economic and Social of Fisheries and Marine Journal) Vol 10, No 1 (2022): ECSOFiM October 2022
Publisher : Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science, Brawijaya University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ecsofim.2022.010.01.01


The North Seribu Islands isn’t only become a favorite marine tourism destination for domestic and foreign tourists, but have also been able to keep maintain stability and natural sustainability. Recreation Opportunity Spectrum (ROS) was used to assess the North Seribu Islands region as a marine tourism destination. Using the qualitative analysis and Point Rating Scale methods, it was found that the eleven islands of North Seribu Islands being studied in this research have been classified into three classes according to the Recreation Opportunity Spectrum. Among them, there are 4 islands classified as accessible, such as Pramuka Island, Panggang Island, Harapan Island, and Kelapa Dua Island. The main products produced by each class are expected to meet varying levels of tourist expectations (output in the form of psychological) because the tastes of each individual in outdoor recreation are different.