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Eko Susanto
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Jurusan Adminitrasi Niaga Program Studi Usaha Perjalanan Wisata Politeknik Negeri Bandung Jl. Gegerkalong Hilir, Ciwaruga, Kec. Parongpong, Kabupaten Bandung Barat, Jawa Barat 40559
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INDONESIA
Journal of Tourism Sustainability
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27988333     DOI : https://doi.org/10.35313/jtos.v1i1
Journal of Tourism Sustainability (JTOS) E-ISSN 2798-8333 is a double blind review journal published by Politeknik Negeri Bandung. It focuses on fostering and stimulating discourses in the tourism research among academics and professionals. JTOS welcomes articles in all areas of tourism research particularly , both applied and theoretical. JTOS publishes articles three times a year; April, August and December. JTOS only accepts and reviews the manuscripts that have not been published previously in any languages and are not being reviewed for possible publication in other journals. This journal is an open-access journal that can be one of the essential readings for academic researchers and business professionals. Articles may include but are not limited to, the fields of: Sustainable Tourism Destination Planning and Development Sustainable Event and Management Green Tourism Business The Future of Tourism Sosio-cultural Sustainability in Tourism
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E-Word Of Mouth For Tourism Futures: A Case in Travel Agency Dinarsiah Chendraningrum
Journal of Tourism Sustainability Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): The Challenges of Tourism Sustainability During The Pandemic
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (322.46 KB) | DOI: 10.35313/jtos.v1i2.11

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The development of technology, especially digital media, has encouraged one of the tourism business industries, namely Jacktour, to use the Tripadvisor website to introduce and sell tour packages. Online reviews on websites are crucial to form an e-word mouth that is easy to access by future tourists. This study aims to determine both positive and negative tourist reviews regarding tour packages purchased from Jack Tour. The attributes of the tour packages include tourist attractions, people in charge (PIC), accessibility, transportation, accommodation, restaurants, prices, and final impressions. A qualitative descriptive method was applied to this research; data was collected from Jacktour on the Tripadvisor website. The sampling technique used purposive sampling. From 431 tourist populations, 325 tourists became the sample. From the results of the research, PIC (Person in Charge) is very important and is often reviewed positively or negatively. At the same time, in the impression aspect, tourists are satisfied with the services provided by Jacktour and will recommend it to others.
Development of Asahan River Tourism Activities in Support of National Tourism Strategic Area of Lake Toba Prawira, Mega Fitriani Adiwarna; Budisetyorini, Beta; Adisudharma, Deddy; Salam, Dicky Arsyul; Wulandari, Wisi; Susanto, Eko
Journal of Tourism Sustainability Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): The Challenges of Tourism Sustainability During The Pandemic
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Following up on the Development of The National Tourism Strategic Area of Lake Toba, which was directed in the study "Integrated Tourism Masterplan for Lake Toba" (ITMP Danau Toba) in 2018, one of which was the development of river-based natural tourism attractions allocated in the Asahan Watershed including Asahan Regency, Tanjung Balai Municipality, Toba Samosir Regency, and Simalungun Regency. Regarding the policy of river-based tourism attractions, this research is focused on developing river tourism activities that will have implications for the development of the natural attraction of the Asahan River. This study has produced a mixed method of sustainable tourism development strategies by prioritizing the benefits of the ecological, socio-economic and cultural environment. Development is directed towards packaging special interest tourism products following the characteristics of available resources.
Applying the Technology Acceptance Model to Design Wellness Tourism E-Guidebook Putri Luthfiya, Dzulfa; Susanto, Eko; Andrianto, Tomy
Journal of Tourism Sustainability Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): The Challenges of Tourism Sustainability During The Pandemic
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Wellness tourism is becoming one trend as people desire to travel for fitness and mental health purposes. Wellness tourism resources are one of the South Bandung area's advantages. Information media is needed to be an alternative to the market under developing information about wellness tourism in the region. This applied research designed the wellness tourism e-guidebook by applying the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) as the basis of a design by collecting opinions from 125 respondents who were processed statistically descriptive. The design process uses the canva application, Qr Code, and anyflip. This applied research has resulted in an electronic guidebook created as a reference for information related to wellness tourism in South Bandung. This 66-page book contains four sections in an e-guidebook compiled to meet the practical needs of wellness tourists in South Bandung.
Tourists Interest in Camping as an Alternative Tourism Activity During COVID-19 Pandemic: The AIDA Model Application Ananda, Ayu; Novianti, Syifaa
Journal of Tourism Sustainability Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): The Challenges of Tourism Sustainability During The Pandemic
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Since the coronavirus pandemic hit Indonesia, tourists have become more careful when doing tourist activities. Natural or outdoor tourist destinations are assumed as safe and preferable destinations because they have the lowest risk of coronavirus transmission. One of the activities that can be done in natural or outdoor tourist destinations is camping. Using the AIDA (Attention, Interest, Desire, and Action) Model, this research was conducted to determine how much tourists are interested in camping, especially in South Bandung, West Java, Indonesia, as it has many natural tourist destinations with camping areas. This study uses a quantitative descriptive method, frequency analysis techniques, and scoring analysis. Samples were taken using a stratified random sampling technique to 111 respondents. Respondents are tourists who know or have visited one of the three natural tourist destinations in South Bandung, used as samples, namely Mount Puntang, Ranca Upas, and Rancabali. The results show that tourists are quite interested in camping as an alternative tourism activity during the coronavirus pandemic. However, they have some limitations or prerequisites in visiting the camping area during these uncertain times.
Analysis of Potential Community-based Camping Attraction in Gambung Village, Mekarsari Raka Siwi Putri Utomo, Sherly
Journal of Tourism Sustainability Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): The Challenges of Tourism Sustainability During The Pandemic
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The tourist village of Gambung Mekarsari is one of ten tourist villages established by the Bandung Regency government in 2016. This village has a lot of tourism potential, one of them is the Sahyang Bodas camping ground area managed by the community. Community-based tourism have been the driving force of tourism development in the region for years. However, it has not yet been optimally developed. This study aims to analyze the potential of tourist attractions in the area and find solutions to problems that can later be used as references to determine strategies for developing potential and tourist attractions at the Sahyang Bodas camping ground, Gambung Village, Mekarsari. The components that will be analyzed are related to the 4A tourism components, including Attraction, Accommodation, Accessibility, and Ancillary. This study uses a qualitative approach and SWOT analysis with data collection carried out through Focus Group Discussions, direct observations in the field, and in-depth interviews. Based on the review and analysis carried out regarding the potential and problems in the field, the results obtained that the potential attraction in the camping ground area of ​​Gambung Mekarsari Village has enormous potential to be developed.
Is smart tourism technology important in predicting visiting tourism destination? Lessons from West Java, Indonesia Rafdinal, Wahyu; Susanto, Eko; Novianti, Syifaa; Juniarti, Cahaya
Journal of Tourism Sustainability Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): The Challenges of Tourism Sustainability During The Pandemic
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This study analyzes tourist behavior in visiting tourism destinations influenced by smart tourism technology and uses the technology acceptance model (TAM) as a model for acceptance of smart tourism technology. This study used a sample of 324 tourists in West Java Province, Indonesia. Partial least square is applied to assess the relationship between smart tourism technology, perceived usefulness, perceived ease-of-use, travel intention, and visiting tourism destinations. The results of this study have revealed that the integration of TAM and smart tourism technology provides a complete explanation of the adoption of smart tourism technology. The results showed that smart tourism technology had a significant effect on perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness, and then had an effect on attitude. Travel intention was found to be directly influenced by attitude. Then, visiting tourism destinations is influenced by travel intention. By identifying smart tourism technology, various stakeholders such as the Government, tourism service providers and tourists can optimize a more comprehensive travel experience through the use of smart tourism technology. This research has developed TAM and integrated it with smart tourism technology to assess the attitudes and behavior of tourists in visiting tourism destinations.

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