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E-Journal of Tourism
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ISSN (Print) 2541-0857 - ISSN (Online) 2407-392X
Published by Universitas Udayana Homepage  [62 journals]
  • Front Matter E-Journal of Tourism Vol. 9 No. 1 March 2022

    • Authors: Editorial Team EoT
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2022-03-31
       
  • The Analysis of Determinant Factors of Customer Preferences on CafĂ© as a
           Culinary Tourism Destination in Malang

    • Authors: Nonny Aji Sunaryo, Mazarina Devi, Laili Hidayati, Zorayda Nabila Denata, Firlia Wahyu Puspitasari
      Pages: 1 - 7
      Abstract: Malang City continues to be optimistic to be one of the cities that makes culinary tourism one of the mainstay trademarks. In culinary tourism, cafes are one of the destinations that tourists usually go to. Currently, the presence of cafes in Malang is growing very rapidly. This study aims to analyze the determinant factors that influence customer preference in choosing a café as a culinary tourism destination, especially in Malang. This research method is quantitative research, the survey was conducted through the distribution of questionnaires, the sample of this research was 120 respondents who were selected purposively. The collected data were analyzed using exploratory factor analysis (EFA) techniques. Base on EFA, founds 5 factors determinant (Marketing mix, Psychology, Personal, Attraction Social and Cultural, Personality) customer preferences on café as a culinary tourism destination in Malang. Based on the results of the study it can be concluded that the factor determinants of customer preferences are related to the selection of cafes as a culinary tourism destination in Malang. The results of this study can be used by tourism stakeholders in Malang City to understand customer preference so that they can develop cafes as destinations of culinary tourism. Keywords: determinant factor, customer preferences, café, culinary tourism
      PubDate: 2022-03-31
      DOI: 10.24922/eot.v9i1.84037
       
  • Strategies and Policies for The Acceleration of Bali Tourism Recovery

    • Authors: I Putu Astawa
      Pages: 8 - 19
      Abstract: Bali tourism has been suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, efforts to revive tourism and restore the economy in Bali are needed. The main objectives of this study are (1) to analyze the efforts to build the trust of the tourists to visit Bali, (2) to analyze the policies to encourage tourists to come to Bali. This study utilized a qualitative approach. The study was conducted in Bali, and data was collected through interview, observation, and documentation techniques. The key informants in this study were the Heads of the following institutions: Bali Provincial Tourism Office, Statistics of Bali Province, Bali Provincial Health Office, and Bank Indonesia. The result of this study revealed that building trust from the tourists to visit Bali can be done by suppressing and reducing the spread of COVID-19, repetition of public awareness socialization campaigns about health protocols implementation, providing healthcare facilities, medical personnel, and paramedics, tight travel control at Bali’s entry and exit points, vaccination of tourism workers and the community, and implementation of green zones. Furthermore, the strategies to encourage tourists to come to Bali are free covid corridor, meeting incentive conference exhibition, work from Bali, influencer collaboration through the “We Love Bali” program, and digitalization of inclusive tourism. This study is essential to be conducted to assist in restoring tourism and economic conditions in Bali. Keywords: Tourism, economy, trust, travel, tourists
      PubDate: 2022-03-31
      DOI: 10.24922/eot.v9i1.84154
       
  • The Phenomenon Crisis Management on Tourism Destination Development
           (Perspectives on Travel Management and Ergonomic Destination)

    • Authors: Ni Made Eka Mahadewi, Ni Ketut Dewi Irwanti
      Pages: 20 - 30
      Abstract: In every destination, crisis could be affecting the global tourism industry sector. Gurtner. Y (2007) assert that crisis management as a science, is still in its infancy largely due to the difficulties in standardizing, measuring, and comparing one crisis situation with another.  Usually crisis related to political issues, economic or social situation at the destination and distributed all over the world through numerous media channels.  This paper aimed at providing a combination concept of crisis management and ergonomic perspective. A model came to this study to answer the phenomenon of crisis management on tourist destination. By providing a literature-based overview on how a decline in visitor numbers due to crisis management and the destination do not implement the ergonomic components; an integrative model designed to know the answer why the numbers of visitor declined to tourist destination and why the income from tourism sectors decreased. The paper provides a literature-based theoretical and it implementation to Bali as tourist destination such as:   (1) the type of tourism crisis in Bali as a favorite tourist destination; (2) the tourism product and services of Bali tourism from ergonomic perspective; (3) the relationship of crisis and its supporting product and services for Bali tourism from ergonomic perspective; (4) the phenomenon crisis and its tourism development from ergonomic perspectives to quality and sustainability of Bali tourism; (5) an integrated model of crisis and ergonomic to quality tourism and Bali sustainability. Keywords: Tourism Crisis, Ergonomic Destination, Tourism Development, Travel Management
      PubDate: 2022-04-01
      DOI: 10.24922/eot.v9i1.84038
       
  • Slow Tourism Possibilities in Cimande Tourism Village – West Java

    • Authors: Dhanik Puspita Sari
      Pages: 31 - 41
      Abstract: Cimande Tourism Village is a village located in Tarikolot, Bogor Regency, Indonesia. It has a lot of tourism potential, both natural tourism, cultural tourism, and artificial tourism. This green, calm and cultural area is expected to be able to provide alternative types of tourism that are thick with experience and also have a significant economic impact by extending the length of stay of tourists. The purpose of this research is to see how much potential Cimande Tourism Village has to be applied as slow tourism. Slow tourism is a form of tourism theme which stresses quality in gaining experience during tourism activities rather than quantity. The study used descriptive qualitative methods. A checklist is given to tourism academics whose results are recapitulated and then analyzed and described clearly. The results found that most of the key elements of slow tourism could be found and it could also be applied in order to establish the form of slow tourism as alternative tourism. This research only focuses on the supply side from an academic perspective. Slow tourism is not a common form of tourism, in Indonesia, no research has ever been conducted on slow tourism before, and this paper is expected to be an early opening door in tourism research in Indonesia, especially in them of slow tourism. Keywords: Slow Tourism, alternative tourism, tourism village
      PubDate: 2022-04-01
      DOI: 10.24922/eot.v9i1.82895
       
  • Determining Factors of Tourist Interest in Culinary Tourism in Malang

    • Authors: Anggi Saputri, Laili Hidayati, Nonny Aji Sunaryo
      Pages: 42 - 46
      Abstract: Malang is one of the cities that is rich in tourism. Many types of tourism are available in Malang, such as nature tourism, religious tourism, artificial tourism, and culinary tourism. Culinary tourism is one type of tourism that has the potential to be developed. This can be seen from exploring the culinary arts in a tourist itinerary which is more desirable than visiting tourist attractions or just shopping. The exploration referred to here is that tourists prefer and even deliberately choose tourist destinations because they are interested in the culinary served. Currently the presence of culinary in Malang is very rapid. One of the culinary products that are very popular with tourists is meatballs. Bakso Kota Cak Man Is a legendary restaurant that provides meatballs. The significant increase in the number of culinary places makes culinary place owners obliged to think about strategies for how their business can survive. Therefore, there is a need for a study that can determine the determinants of tourist interest in culinary tourism in Malang. The purpose of this study was to determine the determinants of tourist interest in culinary tourism in Malang. This research method is a qualitative descriptive method to determine the determinants of tourist interest and to determine culinary tourism in the city of Malang. The results of the study indicate that there are several determinants of tourist interest in culinary tourism in the city of Malang, including tourists who are attracted to the city of Malang because of service, product quality, location and price. Keywords: Tourist Interest, Culinary Tourism, Malang
      PubDate: 2022-04-02
      DOI: 10.24922/eot.v9i1.84039
       
  • Rural Creative Tourism as A Growth Triangle on The Slopes of Mount
           Sumbing, Magelang

    • Authors: Muhamad Muhamad, Sri Rahayu Budiani
      Pages: 47 - 57
      Abstract: The main background and objectives in the context of accelerating village development and developing village potential as the main driver of development in various fields, require the role of many parties, including universities. Universities can be involved in community service activities. based on Development of Fostered Villages, so that the Independent Prosperous Village model is formed by looking at the potential of the tourism sector. The substantial goal is how the creative tourism in rural areas can develop through tourism activities where the tourist can develop the creative potential through active participation in the experience of learning arts, legacies, or special characteristics of the location as the destination.  The implementation method explains clearly about the research subject during the pandemic: such as gathering information by identifying problems and asking questions so that answers will be found in the field, researchers will ensure the capability/feasibility of other variables. The variables in the study include: the component of destination requirements as an important element so that tourists feel satisfied and enjoy all the components contained in the destination. The results of the service activities for the development scheme of the assisted villages are used to determine the important elements in cruising tours so that a model of developing a tourism village development that is independent and Prosperous is formed. Keywords: creative tourism, independent tourism village, growth triangle
      PubDate: 2022-04-02
      DOI: 10.24922/eot.v9i1.84035
       
  • Enhancing Repurchase Intention at Warung Kopi Tepi Sungai Depok: The Role
           of Customer Experience

    • Authors: Maidar Simanihuruk, Yuviani Kusumawardhani, Lovita Susan Audilla
      Pages: 58 - 66
      Abstract: The most important stage in winning customers' hearts is through experience, building a customer experience is an essential part of any marketing strategy. The higher the impact on customer pleasure and the willingness to return and acquire the products sold, the better the customer experience. Warung Kopi Tepi Sungai Depok has various advantages despite its less-than-ideal location. It provides guests with comfort and a peaceful rural setting. The purpose of this research is to see how customer experience affects repurchase intent at Warung Kopi Tepi Sungai Depok. Quantitative methods were employed in the research to gather more comprehensive, valid, reliable, and objective data. A total of 101 customers who visited the café were included in the sample. Both factor and regression analysis was employed in the data analysis. Customer experience had a substantial impact on repurchase intention (t = 8.356 > t table with a significance of 0.000 (' < 0.05). With its interior design and unique style, the customer experience at Warung Kopi Tepi Sungai Depok has a dominant influence on influencing repurchase intention, and consumers are interested in returning to this place. The author makes a suggestion, advising that more attention be paid to and development of the website be done in order to establish direct contacts with clients. This cafe has to improve its services, offer new menu items, and keep its facilities clean. Then Warung Kopi Tepi Sungai Depok will be the top option of the customers. Keywords: Repurchase Intention, Customer Experience, Revisit Intention
      PubDate: 2022-04-03
      DOI: 10.24922/eot.v9i1.82285
       
  • Tourism Potential Evaluation and Strategy Formulation for Pine Forest of
           Gelagahlinggah; Experience From A Community Engagement

    • Authors: Anom Hery Suasapha, I Wayan Mertha, Ida Bagus Gede Agung Widana, Luh Yusni Wiarti, Ni Putu Oka Agustini, Lukia Zuraida, Diah Cynthia Putri
      Pages: 67 - 82
      Abstract: This article is written based on a research conducted as part of a series of community engagement done by Lecturers of Tourism Destination Program of Bali Tourism Polytechnic for the community of Gelagahlinggah Customary Village. The village is located at Kintamani of Bangli Regency, and is part of buffer zone for Batur UNESCO Global Geopark. The aim of the research was to evaluate the tourism potential of the pines forest of Gelagahlinggah, and to produce strategies to develop those potentials. The research implemented quantitative and qualitative approach, utilizing survey as the method for collecting primary data. To increase the validity of the data, the sample was determined purposively. Therefore, the respondents should understand the existing condition of the pines forest of Gelagahlinggah Village, and able to evaluate its tourism potentials. The questionnaire was developed on Google form to allows for practicality. A sample of 100 respondents were collected, based on which a dataset was then prepared for analysis. The analysis using Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) to extract factors in the form of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats indicating the tourism potentials of the pine forest of Gelagahlinggah. The tourism potentials were then processed in a SWOT Matrix to develop strategies for those tourism potentials. The research result reveals some tourism potentials of the pine forest of Gelagahlinggah, and strategies suitable to develop those potentials. Keywords: tourism potentials, evaluation, pine forest, strategy
      PubDate: 2022-04-05
      DOI: 10.24922/eot.v9i1.82250
       
  • The Government Support on Women Entrepreneurial Intention Affected by
           Layoffs in Tourism Industry

    • Authors: Kristi Karla Arina, Athina Isabella Sumanti, Gabriel Gradianto
      Pages: 83 - 96
      Abstract: This study discusses the model of local government support to generate entrepreneurial intentions for women who have been laid off due to the Covid-19 pandemic. There are four government support as the intervention variable tested, financial support, assistance in design and production, supply chain coordination, and marketing and sales support. While the research object context is the internal locus and external locus of control, acting as exogenous variables. The survey used a questionnaire designed using a 5-point Likert scale. Questionnaires were distributed to women affected by layoffs who live in Minahasa Utara Regency, Sulawesi Utara Province, Indonesia, a total of 75 questionnaires were answered completely. Data analysis using Smart PLS. The results of data analysis show that, without government support intervention, women with an internal locus of control are more interested in becoming entrepreneurs than those with an external locus of control. Government support has a significant impact in generating entrepreneurial interest in women with internal and external locus of control. Women with an external locus of control are more motivated to become entrepreneurs, especially if they receive financial support, while women with an internal locus of control are more motivated to become entrepreneurs if they are supported in supply chain development. Government support for coordinating supply chains adds to the literature on external factors that have an impact on entrepreneurial intentions. The managerial implication of the findings of this study is the importance of the government's role, especially in financial support for women with external locus of control and supply chain support for women with internal locus of control.
      PubDate: 2022-04-05
      DOI: 10.24922/eot.v9i1.80576
       
  • Glorifying Cultural Scapes to Conflictual Tourismscapes: the Dynamics of
           Tourism Development in Rural Indonesia

    • Authors: Rina Widiastuti, Wisma Nugraha Christianto Richardus, Budiawan Budiawan
      Pages: 97 - 112
      Abstract: This article discusses the cultural village transformation into a tourism village in Bejiharjo, a rural tourism destination in Indonesia. Based on the Actor-Network Theory, Bejiharjo is a space formed in a dynamic network of relationships between actors, both human and non-human actors. Using online media observation, semi-structured interviews, and direct observation, the complexity of the relations between actors in the transformation of rural development that causes aestheticisation, consumerism, translation, place-making, touristification, and cosmopolitanism in Bejiharjo is explored. The findings of this study reveal that, at first, the cultural scapes ordering of Bejiharjo should conserve local cultural values. Then, government regulations on tourism development emerged and encouraged the development of rural areas with the concept of a tourism village. This dynamic and interrelated process triggers competition between individual and group interests and causes chronic conflicts in Bejiharjo.
      PubDate: 2022-04-05
      DOI: 10.24922/eot.v9i1.83518
       
  • Lesson Learned: Shaping Collaboration Among Tourism Stakeholders During
           Mount Agung Eruption

    • Authors: Gde Indra Bhaskara
      Pages: 113 - 125
      Abstract: The purpose of this study is to investigate the situation during the eruption of Mount Agung and the roles played by tourism stakeholders during the crisis. The findings of the study provide a more in-depth understanding of the lessons acquired by tourism stakeholders in Bali when dealing with catastrophic events, particularly natural disasters. For the purpose of this study, this research included interviews with 19 informants from a variety of tourist stakeholders, as well as those in charge of coping with natural catastrophes. According to the findings of the research, there are several lessons that can be learned from the eruption of Mount Agung, which will help tourism stakeholders be better prepared in dealing with all of the crises that may arise in the future. Keywords: natural disaster, tourism, volcanic, mount agung, stakeholder, crisis management
      PubDate: 2022-04-12
      DOI: 10.24922/eot.v9i1.85470
       
 
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