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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.
Articles 19 Documents
The Tourism Destination Determinant Quality Factor from Stakeholders Perspective Utama, I Gusti Bagus Rai; Trimurti, Christimulia Purnama; Erfiani, Ni Made Diana; Krismawintari, Ni Putu Dyah; Waruwu, Dermawan
Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure Vol 2, No 2 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36256/ijtl.v2i2.164

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High-quality tourism destinations nowadays become the expectations of tourism stakeholders. However, these quality tourism destinations do not have a definition and key performance indicator that can be used as a measurement indicator, so this research is necessary. This study tries to measure the quality of tourism destinations based on the perspective of Bali tourism respondents. In this survey, the attitude of the respondents was measured using a choice of 5 Likert scales that directly asked their attitude towards various indicators on two elements, namely the tourist quality variable and the destination quality measurement variable. The results of a survey of 200 informants illustrate that the respondents' views on all indicators that are considered as indicators of measuring the quality of tourists and indicators of tourism destinations. They can be used as indicators to measure other destinations with adjustments according to their conditions. The novelty in this studies is three factors that have been formed key factors of tourism destination quality. The first is named the quality beautiful destination and unique attraction. The second factor is named quality tourist spending and respect local culture minded. The third factor is named the quality climate and weather condition and infrastructure.
Daya Saing Tujuan Wisata: Kajian Pustaka Sistematis Khaeril, Khaeril; Muis, Mahlia; 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.
Analisis Potensi Wisata Ha Long Bay Terhadap Perekonomian Vietnam Alunaza, Hardi; Toy, Bastian Andhony
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.
Internal Condition Analysis on Tourism Development of Bintan Regency 2019 Oktaviana, Rezki Feni; Muhammad, Adji Suradji; Kurnianingsih, Fitri; Mahadiansar, Mahadiansar
Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure Vol 2, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36256/ijtl.v2i1.129

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The dynamics of tourism as an economic driver will greatly affect the environment in tourism development in Bintan Regency. One of the influencing environment is the internal condition in tourism management which is the reason for the need to map the problem. This paper focuses on environmental studies of the community, private sector, local government in the internal tourism of Bintan Regency in 2019. The research uses a literature study using secondary data which is analyzed in depth. The results showed that the internal analysis of tourism which includes 3 main components of tourism development, namely sustainable improvement of the tourism industry, improving institutional quality both in vertical agencies and the role of local communities which is very important in developing tourism in Bintan Regency. With the existence of three main components in the analysis of the internal environment for tourism in Bintan Regency, it is hoped that it can have a positive impact in a sustainable manner.
Regional Products With the Protection of Origin in Serbia Tourism Offer Ćirić, Miloš; Kalenjuk, Bojana; Janković, Ivana
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.
Analisis Potensi Pulau Maratua Sebagai Destinasi Pariwisata Andalan Indonesia Timur Setyasih, Iya'
Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure Vol 2, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36256/ijtl.v2i1.124

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Maratua Island is a part of the National Tourism Strategic Area (KSPN), namely Derawan-Sangalaki, in Berau Regency. This study aims to analyze the potential that can be developed on Maratua Island as a tourism destination in eastern Indonesia. This research is a quantitative descriptive study. To identify the tourism potential that can be developed on Maratua Island, use a modified guide to the Analysis of the Operational Areas for Natural Tourism Objects and Attractions (ADO-ODTWA). Maratua Island has the potential as a natural tourism destination in the form of flora and fauna, coral reefs, mangrove forests, lakes, and natural panoramas that are worthy of being developed. Based on the analysis of the factors of attractiveness, accessibility, socio-economic conditions, accommodation, sapras, and water availability, the index is 84% or feasible to develop. Maratua Island is in an advantageous condition because it has its own airport and port. For this reason, the Berau Regency Government needs to promote the potential that exists in Maratua Island, a five-year work plan is made for sustainable tourism development, involves the community in tourism management and cooperates with parties so that the development of Maratua Island tourism potential can be better.
Indonesian Tourism Diplomacy to India Minardi, Anton; Taufik, Taufik; Afriantari, Rini; Hasanah, Neneng Uswatun
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.
Lampung Krakatau Festival: Tourism Development and Active Citizens Participation to Strengthen Community Civic Virtue Adha, Muhammad Mona; Dasim, Budimansyah; Nugroho, Arief; Mollison, Mitchell
Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure Vol 2, No 2 (2021)
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The tourism sector must be able to involve the community through space in order to gather, interact and communicate. Krakatau Festival as a medium that involves the participation of individuals and the community can support the development of tourism in Lampung Province. The community engagement in the festival is responsible as citizens of the community including the government, stakeholders, people, communities to take part actively and create strong social interrelation and cohesion. Tourism development through the community as part of sapta pesona is the main focus supported by a variety of cultural activities, destinations, and ultimately creates social cohesion as part of the civilization of citizenship. Qualitative research with ethnographic methods is implemented to get data and information comprehensively from various sources. The results of the study found that the context of the Krakatau Festival activities in real terms has the potential to increase tourism with historical values of Krakatau and can unite the community in a positive social interaction relationship and strengthen the active participation of local community virtue.
Tantangan Pariwisata pada Wilayah Perbatasan dalam Era Disrupsi Teknologi: Studi Kasus Regulasi Transportasi Online di Kota Batam, Kepulauan Riau Andini, Cindy; Akbar, Dhani
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.
Solo Travel and Well-Being Amongst Women: An Exploratory Study Hamid, Sheeba; Ali, Ruksar; Azhar, Mohd.; Khan, Sujood
Indonesian Journal of Tourism and Leisure Vol 2, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36256/ijtl.v2i1.125

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Solo travel is no longer a niche market. It alone contributes a massive amount of the total travel market and has shown an enormous growth in recent years. But the existing body of literature on solo women travelling and its outcomes is quite negligible. Consequent upon the fact, this study significantly contributes in the increment of existing literature. A conceptual model is proposed based on the secondary data sources and presents a discussion on the impact of solo travel experiences on women’s well-being. For this purpose, a range of research papers, articles, blogs and other relevant social media contents have been reviewed to draw conclusive results for the study. In the findings, self-transformation and positive changes in well-being came out as resultant factors of solo travelling in many cases. Major reasons for solo travelling found during the study were—to overcome stress and depression, to bring positive change in present state of life, escape, happiness, empowerment, self-growth and self-realisation. This paper significantly adds to further researches on women solo travelling trends by providing insights into independent form of travel and draws attention towards its importance for women’s health.

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