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Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure
ISSN : -     EISSN : 2722032X     DOI : 10.36256
Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure (IJTL) is peer review journal that aims at initiating and stimulating high-impact and innovative research relevant for academics and practitioners within the tourism and leisure to encourage the full range of approaches which are available to the study of tourism an leisure; bring together researchers from different subject backgrounds for interdisciplinary and postdisciplinary debate; develop the theoretical base on which the study of tourism and leisure is built; provide a basis for the development of critical approaches to the study of tourism and leisure; disseminate new approaches, concepts, frameworks, methods, models and practices which may be developed in the study of tourism and leisure; and promote new research. Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure (IJTL) takes both applied and theoretical work that addresses tourism and leisure studies from around of the world at international, national and regional level. The journal takes an interdisciplinary approach including, but not limited to sociology, anthropology, history, geography, psychology, and economics. IJTL encourages research based on a variety of methods, including both qualitative and quantitative approaches. IJTL welcomes contributions for all the subjects from both new and/or experienced researchers and practitioners.
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Dinamika Kelembagaan Sektor Pariwisata di Kabupaten Ponorogo Yusuf Adam Hilman; Titing Kartika
Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36256/ijtl.v1i1.82

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Ponorogo regency has a variety of tourism resources, potentially developed to increase the tourism sector. This study aims to analyze the strategy of Ponorogo regency in governing the tourism sector based on strength, weakness, opportunity, and threat (SWOT). Using descriptive qualitative approach, this research was conducted in Ponorogo regency. The results indicate that Ponorogo has various tourism sources, such as nature, culture, art, religion, and gastronomy, as the strength. The weakness is that there are many tourism events not well managed by the government. The opportunity is extensive funding support from the government. The threat is the conflict in managing government grants. In addition, the government of Ponorogo regency is successful in delivering 66 tourism ceremonies using local regulation in order to change the threat to be the strength.
Indonesian Tourism Diplomacy to India Anton Minardi; Taufik Taufik; Rini Afriantari; Neneng Uswatun Hasanah
Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36256/ijtl.v1i1.83

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Nowadays, tourism is one of the sectors that have a significant influence on the development of a country in various fields, including in the economic area and also diplomatic relations among the nations. The tourism sector is the fourth largest foreign exchange earner for Indonesia in 2015. Indonesia, with all its natural wealth and cultural heritage, continually striving to develop the tourism sector through the Ministry of Tourism Indonesia. Indonesia Ministry of Tourism is conducting tourism diplomacy by holding promotions to various countries that have the potential to attract tourists to Indonesia, one of them is India. This article seeks to analyze how Indonesia’s diplomacy to attract peoples from India whereas as rapidly developed country in the world. This study used a literature review to analyze Indonesian tourism diplomacy to India. The findings show that through tourism diplomacy, we find that Indonesian attracted India by utilized cultural similarities, has been succeed in increasing tourists' visits from India.
Analisis Potensi Wisata Ha Long Bay Terhadap Perekonomian Vietnam Hardi Alunaza; Bastian Andhony Toy
Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36256/ijtl.v1i1.91

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This paper aims to explain how Ha Long Bay's tourism potential is one of UNESCO's world heritage and its implications for economic development in Vietnam. The author uses the national branding concept to analyzing the related phenomena. The results show that Ha Long Bay tourism increased the Vietnam's economic development due to an increase in economic growth through tourism sector revenues in GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of 9.3 percent. This sector is also able to provide employment to 3.7 percent of the total workers in Vietnam. Vietnam has also been named as one of the 10 countries in the world with the fastest growth rate of recovery in the tourism sector after the global monetary crisis in 2008-2009. The existence of a positive assessment from the international community certainly has implications for increasing visits from tourists and makes Ha Long Bay has its own charm and competitiveness in the global tourism industry.
Extension Communication Fisherwomen in Ecotourism Management in Small Islands Khodijah Ismail; Sayyidah Nur Habibah
Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36256/ijtl.v1i1.92

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of extension communication among fisherwomen in the management of eco-tourism. This research was conducted in the tourist area of Benan Island, Lingga Regency, Riau Islands Province, using a mixed method, which is a combination of qualitative and quantitative research methods. The results of the analysis conclude that fisherwomen are said to be effective in conducting extension education to support sustainable eco-tourism management in the village. This is seen from the effectiveness value of several components in the effective category range (330-540), among others the frequency of Extension conducted by fisherwomen to the family environment and surrounding communities has a value of 380, the value of the level of knowledge about the goals of eco-tourism management obtained by the community from extension communication is 370, and the value of implementing sustainable eco-tourism management by the surrounding community of 360. Extension communication methods with individual direct dialogue are considered more effective (380) compared to direct group dialogue (253). This indicates that fisherwomen need a higher intensity of training in order to increase their knowledge and skills as well as their involvement in ecotourism management in the village.
PEST Analysis Model dalam Pengembangan Potensi Wisata Pulau Benan, Kabupaten Lingga, Kepulauan Riau Mahadiansar Mahadiansar; Aspariyana Aspariyana
Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36256/ijtl.v1i1.93

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The core problem of tourism sector on empowerment and natural resource development is the mapping to the potency and development strategy of tourism has not yet been maximized. This article, focus to use the PEST Model analysis to identify the growth of Benan Island as tourism destination. This research conducted through library study, and data analyzed through content analysis. The result, political, economic, social and technology factors has impacted broadly to development of Benan Island tourism in the long run. The author also purpose the alternatif model of development of priority scale tourism potential with the concept of sustainable tourism and community empowerment by involving tourism industry actors. The use of PEST Model Analysis of the tourism potential of Benan Island can also be applied to several other islands in Lingga Regency.
Regional Products With the Protection of Origin in Serbia Tourism Offer Miloš Ćirić; Bojana Kalenjuk; Ivana Janković
Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36256/ijtl.v1i2.101

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The product protection system has been created in order to keeping up with the development of tourism and the need to offer and highlight unique agricultural, food, and gastronomic products.  In this way, trademarks have positive effects on users of services or products, creating a clear picture of specific, authentic characteristics of food and beverages. Their constant production and sales have a positive impact on the economic development of the country - the region from which the products come. The paper has the task to showcase protected products by regions that can favorably affect the economic growth through sales and supply within catering and tourism facilities. This paper aims to consider the number, types, and characteristics of these products within the region, as important part of the gastronomic offer, tourist and economic development of the country. The research was conducted on the basis of appropriate documentation of data available to the Institute for the Intellectual Property of the Serbia. Based on the conducted research, it was concluded that in the territory of the Serbia, the region with the largest number of protected products is Vojvodina, while Šumadija is the region with the smallest number of protected products.
Tantangan Pariwisata pada Wilayah Perbatasan dalam Era Disrupsi Teknologi: Studi Kasus Regulasi Transportasi Online di Kota Batam, Kepulauan Riau Cindy Andini; Dhani Akbar
Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36256/ijtl.v1i2.102

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One of the products of technological disruption which is currently becoming the prima donna in order to facilitate the public is an online transportation application. Payment is also made easy, namely using e Money. Until now, tourists in Batam have started relying on this application because it is considered easy and safe. This study uses descriptive qualitative methods that aim to explain the existing problems by providing answers to the problems raised. Descriptive qualitative research is a study in which the writer explains the phenomenon that is adapted to the concept and theory as supporting material for proof of writing. Even though it makes it easy and absorbs a lot of workforce, the fact that online transportation is still a controversy has caused chaos and unrest. What policies should be implemented? and how can Industry 4.0 increase competitiveness in this strategic area? The government as a regulator needs to make policies to organize the movement of this transportation so that the conducive situation desired by tourists can be realized.
Stakeholder Partnership in the Management of Marine Tourism in South Lampung Regency, Lampung Rahayu Sulistiowati; Meiliyana Meiliyana; Syamsul Ma’arif; Selvi Diana Meilinda
Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36256/ijtl.v1i2.105

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Tourism management must involve stakeholders who each play a role in increasing tourist visits. Although several research have been pointed out the stakeholder’s role in tourism management, the research on the context of marine tourism is still a few. This research aims to analyze stakeholder partnerships in the management of marine tourism in Lampung Selatan Regency. It is important to map engaged actors in the tourism management. The results show that there are 12 stakeholders who partnered and had their respective roles. Stakeholders involved in the management of nature tourism based on interests and influences in South Lampung consist of: a) Key Player, namely Tourism Agency; b) Subject, namely PT Kahaii (Private company) and the community who own beach tourism objects, c) Context Setter, namely NGOs, Indonesian Tour Guide Association (HPI) and Travel Agent Association (ASITA), Indonesian Recreational Park Business Association (PUTRI) and Event Organizer Association (AEO), Community Groups or Pokdarwis, Pokdarwis Communication Forum, KPK (Krakatau Putera Community), d) Crowd namely, Culture Office, Regional Development Planning Agency, Public Works Office, and the community
Daya Saing Tujuan Wisata: Kajian Pustaka Sistematis Khaeril Khaeril; Mahlia Muis; Jusni Jusni; Madris Madris
Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36256/ijtl.v1i2.117

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This article aims to discuss the current research trends on the tourism destination competitiveness. This research is sistemic literature review by using Publish or Perish software for data mining and VOSviewer for data analysis and visualization. The results indicate 4 research cluster themes on tourism destination competitiveness and 5 research clusters related to tourism destination competitiveness. The main cited articles on tourism destination competitiveness for period of 2005-2020 are Larry Dwyer, Chulwo Kim, Tanja Mihalic, Tanja Amenski, Vanja Dragineva, and Ugljesa Stankov. Based on the research findings, we state that the research gaps in the tourism destination competitiveness are still wide open, particularly in Indonesia.
Perceived Safety and Security Concerns among Tourists in Thamel-A Tourism Hub in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal Arun Kumar Sharma; Birendra KC; Araceli Hernandez Calderon
Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36256/ijtl.v1i2.122

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The safety and security of a destination is an essential factor that helps travelers decide whether to visit or not. In Nepal, Thamel is the main destination for tourists due to the availability of multiple facilities and services. In fact, most of the tourists who use airspace to travel to Nepal, start and conclude their journey in Thamel. Therefore, the safety and security of Thamel is an important factor that influences the fate of the Nepalese tourism industry. However, there is a lack of research to understand the safety and security situation of Thamel. The purpose of this exploratory study is to assess the overall security situation and challenges in Thamel. Descriptive statistics are used to present the findings. Findings suggest that Thamel as a tourism destination has many areas for improvement to provide better tourist experiences. Since Thamel is a starting and concluding point of attraction for tourists, we offer important managerial implications and future research directions.

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