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PIRTUAL PROJECT: KREATIVITAS MAHASISWA DI MASA PANDEMI Nurul Aldha Mauliddinna Siregar
Warta Pariwisata Vol 19 No 1 (2021): Pariwisata Berbasis Virtual
Publisher : Pusat Perencanaan dan Pengembangan Kepariwisataan

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Virtual tour telah akrab dikenal pada wisata museum sejak tahun 1994 di Inggris. Akan tetapi, pandemic Covid-19 menjadikan wisata ini makin berkembang ke penjuru dunia. Keterbatasan ruang gerak ini pula dimanfaatkan mahasiswa sebagai bentuk kreativitas di masa pandemi. Selain menyalurkan kreativitas pun juga mendatangnya pemasukan. Seperti yang dilakukan mahasiswa Unpad yang diberi nama Pirtual Project start-up.
Kampung Kurcaci: Saat Kualitas Wisata Berbanding dengan Kualitas Lingkungan Nurul Aldha Mauliddinna Siregar
Warta Pariwisata Vol 19 No 2 (2021): Quality Tourism
Publisher : Pusat Perencanaan dan Pengembangan Kepariwisataan

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Pengembangan desa wisata berbasis pariwisata berkualitas (quality tourism) sebaiknya melihat potensi melindungi lingkungan agar terjaga produktivitas kehidupan manusia. Idealisme untuk melestarikan lingkungan dalam konsep ekowisata menjadi salah satu alternatif yang perlu ditiru, Pengembangan pariwisata bersanding dengan visi misi konservasi juga diterapkan di Kampung Kurcaci, Desa Serang, Purbalingga. Keunggulan alam berupa lahan hutan Damar (Agathis Alba) seluas 2 ha menjadi daya tarik wisata utama di kampung ini. Pun juga pemuda dusun yang turut aktif dalam pengembangan desa wisata berbasis masyarakat yang berkelanjutan.
The Role of Pentahelix Actors for Sawahlunto City to be Deemed a Unesco World Heritage Reza Permadi; Fahriza Junizar; Nurul Aldha Mauliddinna Siregar; Ute Lies Siti Khadijah
Journal of Business on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 7, No 1 (2021): JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ON HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM
Publisher : Institut Pariwisata dan Bisnis Internasional

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The coal mine closures have turned Sawahlunto into an idle city. By integrating the post-mining sites landscape and the Dutch colonial architecture heritage, Sawahlunto becomes a city of a kind. Therefore, the local government and the legislature (DPRD) as well as other stakeholders created a vision for Sawahlunto as a “A Cultural Tourism Mining City” in 2020, set in Local Government Regulation (PERDA) No 2 of 2001. The year 2020 was set as a target to motivate the local government and stakeholders to achieve the vision. As a matter of fact, Sawahlunto has been included as a World Heritage site by UNESCO as of 2019. This research aims to understand the role of stakeholders in developing and rebranding Sawahlunto, by using the Pentahelix model. This research uses a qualitative method along with the case study approach as well as utilizing interviews, observations and archival study as the types of research methodology. Finally, the result of this research shows that the stakeholders carry out their roles well and fully support the vision of Sawahlunto city.