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International Journal of Applied Sciences in Tourism and Events
Published by Politeknik Negeri Bali
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International Journal of Applied Sciences in Tourism and Events (IJASTE) is an electronic international journal publishing a variety of issues related to tourism including applied sciences in tourism and events, arts and entertainment, socio-culture, language and communication, economy, business, entrepreneurship, technology and infrastructure, and other related issues. It is published by the Center of Research and Community Service of Politeknik Negeri Bali, biannually (June and December since 2017) and publishes articles (empirical report, literature review, and case report) written in English.
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WATER MANAGEMENT OF RIVER ESTUARY FOR THE PREPARATION OF ECOTOURISM IN COASTAL AREA OF BALI PROVINCE Eryani, I Gst Agung Putu; Irianto, I Ketut
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 1 (2018): June 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (434.74 KB) | DOI: 10.31940/ijaste.v2i1.902

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Surface water flowing in the river is a resource of useful raw water to meet the needs of society and as irrigation water is managed by Subak in Bali, Indonesia. Bali has experienced water deficit, along with the increasing number of inhabitants and tourism activities. Results of research of the Ministry of Environment (MOE, 2009) stated that Bali has experienced water deficit of 7.5 billion m3/year in 2000 and 2015 deficit is estimated at as much as 27.6 billion m3 of water/year. The purpose of this research was to evaluate the potential of water in the estuary Saba in order to support ecotourism in coastal areas of the province of Bali and formulating water resource management scheme for coastal areas in Buleleng regency. This research uses quantitative methods with the research location is in the Saba river estuary in Buleleng Regency. Data collected consist of primary data and secondary data. Simulation models for water resources management and statistical analysis using software RIBASIM (River Basin Simulation). As a result of this research is the potential of water in the estuary Saba. The result of measurements in the dry season (September 2013) is amounted to 0.156 m3/sec and in the rainy season (January 2014) of 1,023 m3/sec. Potential water in Saba river estuary based on the simulation of RIBASIM is 9.34 million m3/year, can be used as society water domestic for 81 851 inhabitants, for the water industry (hotel) is 1364 rooms, amounted to 2 ha of fish pond water and for irrigation water (agricultural) is 148 ha. Results of water quality research to the smell, color, temperature, turbidity meet quality standards, while taste, and salinity do not meet quality standards. For the chemical aspect, that is pH and detergent meet quality standards while for BOD and COD does not meet the water quality standard Class I. In terms of biology, total coliform does not meet the quality standards of class I. Saba River water potential for ground water of 7.46 million m3 (6%), residual water irrigation (Return Flow) amounted to 54.74 million m3 (41%) and the balance/allocation of water in an area (water District) amounted to 71.54 million m3 (53%). Water resources management in the Saba River estuary for the water potential in the river estuary can be managed by making reservoirs (reservoir), and dam movement and arrangement of the beach.
AIKIDO IN BALI: JAPANESE CULTURAL DIPLOMACY AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH TOURISM BUSINESS Nurita, Wayan; Shishido, Kumiko; Mudana, I Gede
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 1 (2018): June 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (549.156 KB) | DOI: 10.31940/ijaste.v2i1.898

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There is a significant growing number of Balinese people who learn many kinds of martial arts from other countries. One of the martial arts is Aikido, originated from Japan, which has been accepted and well developed in Bali, Indonesia. This current study aimed to find out and understand the diplomacy of Japanese culture through the practice of Aikido and its relationship with tourism business in Bali. This qualitative research took place in Aikido’s dojo (training centre) in Bali. The data were collected through observation, in-depth interview, documentation, and literature study. The technique applied to analyse the data was the qualitative technique. The findings of this study show that many Japanese aikidokas and their families visit Bali regularly, not only to perform Aikido activities, but also to enjoy the scenary and Balinese culture. The long period of Aikido practice which can be time consuming surely makes Bali an ideal place to spend memorable time for the Japanese aikidoka, their families, and the all the group members. From the political point of view, this phenomenon can be an alternative of diplomacy of Japanese culture, specifically in Bali. This study found that beside the acceptance and the development of Aikido in Bali as parts of globalization and Japanese culture diplomacy, Bali tourism sector was strenghtened at the same time.
ANALYSIS OF ECOTOURISM DEVELOPMENT OF SEMBILANGAN BEACH: CHARACTERS, FACTORS, AND CHALLENGES Parmawati, Rita; Kurnianto, Agung S.; Kontrayana, Afrilyani; Cholis, Azzah F.; Hidayat, Herman; Aluf, Wilda Al
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 1 (2018): June 2018
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Sembilangan beach in Bangkalan, East Java Province, Indonesia, is one of the potential and growing areas for ecotourism. This beach has several aspects of ecotourism development that has not been professionally managed to achieve ecotourism goals. The purpose of this study is to analyze the factors supporting the process of ecotourism development in Sembilangan beach, both in terms of visitors and the community. This knowledge is useful to support the strategic steps to accelerate its development. This research was conducted at Sembilangan beach, Bangkalan, East Java Province. Topics or the independent variables are explored related to the perception of tourists, culture, environmental conditions, community participation, economic conditions, and institutions. Data of the respondents are grouped according to their status: visitors and community. Simultaneous and Partial Test is used to understand the correlation. Environmental, economic and institutional factors have a simultaneous influence on community participation in the development of ecotourism. Environmental conditions partially have the greatest influence on community participation in the development of ecotourism Sembilangan beach
THE CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL TOURISTS Budiarta, I Putu
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 1 (2018): June 2018
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Number of international tourists visiting Bali, Indonesia, keeps increasing. They usually come from different countries and cultural background. Objective of this research is to introduce some cultural characteristics of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Australian, American, German, Indonesian, and Balinese. Data of this literature review was based on some academic books and electronic data from internet. Data was collected by reviewing some books and articles and by observing the characteristics of resident’s culture. The result showed that the culture of tourists and the culture of residents are very different. Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Indonesian, and Balinese prefer collectivism or group to individualism but, Australian, American, and Germany prefer individualism to collectivism. Indonesian and Balinese like asking about religion, age, salary, and possession but Australian, American, and Germany don’t like asking about them. It is recommended that all tourism employees should know about the tourist’s cultural aspects so that no misunderstanding between the tourists and the residents.
JEWELRY IN CELUK: ITS TRENDS, DEVELOPMENT, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE VILLAGE ARTISANS Sida Arsa, I Ketut; Widiastini, Ni Made Ary
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 1 (2018): June 2018
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This study was aimed at explaining jewelry production, its development and implications of the developing trends. This study was conducted in Celuk Village, Gianyar Regency, a place or arena of production, distribution and at the same time sale of jewelry in Bali, Indonesia, in which Celuk is regarded as the basis for jewelry. This paper explains the development of jewelry at the beginning of the emergence of tourism and the implications, and the introduction of casting machine as the method of production which had an implication in the change of human labor, in which the artisans became machine power regarded as more professional in jewelry production. The data of this ethnographic study were collected through observation, in-depth interview, library research, and internet search. The finding showed that the presence of jewelry that is developing in Celuk Village does not give an optimal positive contribution to the community of the village as artisans, but in stead, it gives profits to the people outside the village who are involved in the development of the jewelry trends. The entrance of tourism with the implication on the high level of jewelry production and sale in Celuk Village started from 1980s gave profits to tour guides who were regarded as the ones who deserve to get fee in a large amount by the artisans. When there was a trend in jewelry in 2010-2014, in which the demand for jewelry like accessories for kebaya cloth for going to the temple and a ring with gemstone drove away the artisans whose position had been replaced by casting machines and workers who came from outside of Celuk Village who were regarded more professional by jewelry business people in producing standard jewelry in a large quantity. In this paper it is understood that artisans in Celuk Village are not able to obtain an optimal use from jewelry trends that develop in their location due to various factors such as the low level of education of the artisans, low level of profesionalism in working, and the low level of ability of the artisans in production management
LUXURY TOURISM: A PERSPECTIVE OF FACILITIES AND AMENITIES Sukmawati, Ni Made Rai; Ernawati, Ni Made; Mastiani Nadra, Nyoman
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 1 (2018): June 2018
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The purpose of this study is to conduct a discussion on facilities and amenities of luxury tourism. It is a qualitative study exploring the opinions of travelers on luxury tourism. The study participants consist of 48 respondents who are members of 7 different Facebook travel groups. Data collection was carried out by posting a topic of discussion on luxury travels to the Facebook groups. The results indicate that the conventional way of understanding luxury tourism is highlighted by top class facilities and amenities. These include 5 star and above standard of accommodation, chartered flight, private jet and yacht, butler and limousine service, and spectacular structures. However, contemporarily, luxurious travel is defined more broadly, it does not always connote, e.g. marble bath tub with gold plated tap, it could mean anything comfortable or ease. Luxurious facilities and amenities in tourism are defined differently by different market segments either first, middle or lower class. Thus, there is always a luxurious element for any travel regardless of its class, e.g. a private toilet in the Himalaya is considered as a luxury; there is a luxury for shoestring travelers. It is expected that the analysis could widen the perspective and enrich the discussion on luxury tourism.
ISSUES IN THE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG BALINESE POP MUSIC, TOURISTS, AND THE TOURISM INDUSTRY Ardini, Ni Wayan; Sri Astuti, Ni Nyoman; Darmayuda, I Komang; Armoni, Ni Luh Eka; Sumerjana, Ketut
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 1 (2018): June 2018
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Province of Bali, Indonesia, is growing very rapidly as a tourist destination in recent decades. Currently five to six million foreign tourists visit it every year. On the other hand, Balinese pop music has also grown quite intense in the local communities, especially since the 1990s. Nevertheless, so far, there has not been a significant relationship between Balinese pop music, tourists, and the tourism businesses in this province. Balinese pop music has not been a special product of Bali tourism. This research was conducted to explore and criticize a number of factors that led to the lack of acceptance of the music as part of tourism industry. This literature study was conducted with a descriptive-qualitative approach. The results of the study show that the similarity of Balinese pop music genres to modern music in general is one of the factors. Taste of the tourists, the destinations chosen, lack of promotion, theme of the songs/music, composition, and language used in the lyrics cause the fact that Balinese pop music is less accepted by tourists, especially foreign tourists. It takes certain efforts from artists (musicians), music industry and tourism industries, and also governments to make certain concerted efforts if Balinese pop music wants to be accepted in a tourism business parallel to traditional music products which are already consumed by tourists.
CONSTRUCTING ECOTOURISM-BASED BUSINESS COMPETENCY AND ENTREPRENEURAL SPIRIT Aryaningsih, Ni Nyoman; Irianto, Ketut; Marsa Arsana, I Made; Meirejeki, I Nyoman
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 1 (2018): June 2018
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Ecotourism is a part of a tourism development as a catalisator of the economy in rural areas in Bali, Indonesia. It is established in rural areas as an effort to improve the quality of life and social identity and to give employment opportunities, income, education and skills, cultural understanding, and to bring the development of entrepreneurial spirit and community welfare. The contribution of income from ecotourism ranges from 15 to 57%, with an average of 12.6% per year. As the title implied, this explorative study with a semantic analysis is done to construct ecotourism-based business competencies and entrepreneural spirit. Primary and secondary data analysis are used through survey and interview. Ecotourism-based business competence can be formed by the community behavior in protecting the natural resources, such as forest as water buffer, entrepreneurship development. The formation of internal competence through the perspective, experience, education, learning by 80% and very dominant influence external competence in the group that can produce human capital. The proportion of internal competence attached to individuals has a very high strength compared to external competencies in ecotourism support services. Internal competence and external competence as the basis of business competence is crucial to the development and sustainability of ecotourism as the basis for developing tourist village. Building an understanding of business competence and entrepreneurial spirit in the development of tourist villages such as ecotourism is expected to have a positive impact to improve the welfare of rural communities

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