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International Journal of Applied Sciences in Tourism and Events
Published by Politeknik Negeri Bali
ISSN : 25805584     EISSN : 25805592     DOI : -
Core Subject : Humanities, Art,
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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THE FACTORS THAT MOTIVATE BALINESE WOMEN WORKING ON CRUISE SHIPS Darma Oka, I Made; Sumawidari, Ida Ayu Ketut
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 2 (2018): December 2018
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The aim of this article is to understand the economic, social, and cultural factors that motivate Balinese women to work on cruise ships. This research employed qualitative and quantitative methods. The data collection was done through distributed questionaries and deep interview to Balinese women who have worked or currently working on cruise ships. The data suggested that the three aforementioned factors (economic, social, and cultural) significantly influences Balinese women to work on the cruise ships. The statistical analysis suggested that the economic factor is more dominant in motivating Balinese women to work on cruise ships, then followed by cultural and social factors. This means that the economic factor is the main reason for the Balinese women to choose the job vacancies on the cruise ships. In the light of the above finding, this study suggests, firstly a more proactive role from the government, specifically in the form of Balinese women empowerment to work on cruise ships. The empowerment can be done through the provision of proper training and education to Balinese women, so that they can compete in fillinf the job vacancies in the cruise ships. Secondly, the study also suggests for the Balinese women to prepare themselves for cruise ship opportunities by improving and developing their knowledge and skill, so they can compete in global cruise ship career competition
GEOGRAPHICAL FEATURES AND AUTHENTIC CULTURE AS ATTRACTIONS OF VISCRI COMMUNITY-BASED TOURISM IN ROMANIA Voda, Mihai; Sok, Saroun; Nakanjakko, Noeline; Mwanje, Denis; Ernawati, Ni Made
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 2 (2018): December 2018
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This article aims at presenting a discussion on Viscri tourist attractions in Romania which could add to the existing discourse on Viscri community-based tourism (CBT) and could become an input for the community members and other stakeholders of the CBT site. Using the cultural and natural heritage provides Viscri CBT site with a strong base for its tourist attractions. Nonetheless, using authentic culture as tourist attraction creates a paradox; the community-based tourism site is expected to keep its originality while development is the aim to be achieved by the tourism development project. This issue needs to be tackled by Viscri management for the sustainability of Viscri as a community and tourist site. Some efforts have been undertaken in terms of physical structures, which could be followed by other members of the community. A more comprehensive and well-planned step is required and it should be communicated to the people on how the paradox is resolved.
THE CONCENSUAL INTERACTION BETWEEN A TRADITIONAL VILLAGE AND HOTEL INVESTORS Sanjaya, I Wayan Kiki; Darma Putra, I Nyoman; Ardika, I Wayan; Mudana, I Gede
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 2 (2018): December 2018
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This article examines the agreement and consensus between Kedewatan as a pakraman (a traditional village) in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia and hotel investors. It is done as a qualitative approach and analyzed by using two theories of critical cultural studies, namely the communicative action of Jurgen Habermas and the theory of hegemony by Antonio Gramsci. Data are obtained through observation, document studies, and in-depth interviews. The results of this study found three consensuses between Kedewatan villagers and hotel investors. First, the formal legal investment consensus that has an agreement in the form of the contribution of the hotel investor during the investment in Kedewatan Village. Second, the social consensus is the agreement of Kedewatan and hotel investors to employ the local community of Kedewatan Village as hotel employees in accordance with their competencies. Third, the cultural consensus is the agreement of both parties to appreciate the local culture and wisdom of local people to be adopted by the hotel investors who set up their business in Kedewatan Village
CULTURAL TOURISM: FRENCH ATTRACTIONS Gautier, Lysa; Poinclou, Aline; De Carvalho, Estelle; Loustaunau, Marie Cazaban
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 2 (2018): December 2018
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This is an article about some famous tourist attractions in France according to the academic subject “cultural tourism”. It is a subject which is a point of interest for us because it is part of a patrimony and culture. It seems that it can be useful for Indonesian people to know a little bit of a French culture. It is hoped it will give the desire to come and visit France. In order to write this article, we first used our personal knowledge of those tourist attractions that we have already visited several times for some of them. To complete those information and adjust some details, we read some press articles and use each tourist attraction official websites. In this article, we will present four famous tourist attractions: two in Paris, one in Normandy and one in Bordeaux. They are The Château Pape Clément, The Mont Saint Michel, The Eiffel Tower, and the Palace of Versailles.
MEPANTIGAN PERFORMING ARTS: A REPRESENTATION OF BALINESE TRADITIONAL WRESTLING Lamopia, I Wayan Gede; Wulandari, Riza
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 2 (2018): December 2018
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Mepantigan performing arts is a representation of cultural elements that lead to art by displaying wrestling performances. The purpose of this research is to know the tradition of mepantigan represented by Roland Barthes's wrestling culture. The research method used is a case study by taking data collection techniques consisting of observation, interview and visual documentation. The results of this study indicate that In mepantigan, the myth which is formed from the previous society in 1930 and maintained steadily generation to generation, which is called as a tradition, has the potential to maintain regional tourism, especially in Batubulan, Gianyar, Bali. Barthes's concept of wrestling culture begins with the myth used in highlighting the identity formed by individuals, groups, or communities. Cultural wrestling is interpreted with the art of performances by displaying dance arts, theater that has a certain role according to Barthes which can be associated with the mepantigan Bali performance art. Therefore, the tradition of mepantigan can be used as a form of representation of Barthes’ wrestling culture.
MANAGING HOTELS IN A SUSTAINABLE WAY Loustaunau, Marie Cazaban
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 2 (2018): December 2018
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As global tourist arrival numbers continue to increase demand and supply trends in regard to sustainable business practices are fundamental. Hotel owners and operators must adapt to these changes in order to satisfy demand and remain attractive to investors as well as operationally feasible and profitable. This article is review some actions that are done in some hotel and could be generalized to every hotel with a little effort. It shows is a surface examination of the benefits of sustainable business practices. To write this article, I used several tools. First, I used the materials from my first year of master’s degree. Then, I read scientific articles and thesis related to the topic. Finally, over my course about green tourism in Bali, my classmates and I had the opportunity to visit the Conrad Bali in Nusa Dua. We had the chance to exchange with Mr. Stephane Roubin, director of operations. He shared his awe-inspiring career history as well as answer all of our question about Conrad Bali and the commitments of the hotel to developed itself in a sustainable way. This research and analysis point out one very important thing: green tourism is not a trend but the only way to make our planet survive. Each little action made by tourism and hospitality industry’s actors is a step to carry on welcoming tourist from all around the world and make them enjoy the beauty of each destination. In Bali, huge efforts in term of ocean pollution and recycling especially must be done.
HOW COULD THE BUYERS BE ENTHUSIASTIC TOWARDS THE PRODUCTS OF BAGUS DISCOVERY MANAGEMENT COMPANY?: WINNING MARKET SEGMENT IN BBTF Ginaya, Gede; Mudana, I Gede; Sri Astuti, Ni Nyoman; Mastiani Nadra, Nyoman; Rai Sukmawati, Ni Made
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 2 (2018): December 2018
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Bali beyond Travel Fair (BBTF) is an annual national tourism agenda as a business-to-business event for local travel industry players to sell travel packages to foreign buyers. As one of the sellers in the annual event, Bagus Discovery Management Company (BDMC) that manage Nusa Dua Bali Tours & Travel, Puri Bagus Hotel Group, and Bagus Agro had participated actively in BBTF by opening a booth stand in Nusa Dua Hall of Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center as the event venue from June 27 to June 30. This study investigated the role of BDMC in BBTF through the writer’s direct practices when was involved in handling the event by conducting surveys in the fifth edition of BBTF. Additionally, interviews were conducted to the staff and top management of the company about the winning strategy for attracting buyers in such a potential marketing event as well as to buyers by asking their perception about the event. The data that had been classified then analyzed using descriptive qualitative based on inductive methodological paradigm by setting up the discussion from specifically principles to general before drawing a conclusion. The study reveals that most of the sellers who visited Bagus Discovery Booth Stand felt satisfied towards the service received and appreciated highly its products like Puri Bagus Group Property which is considered to possess a distinctive uniqueness as what certainly every guest is looking for
A SERVICE PERSPECTIVE OF LUXURY TOURISM Armoni, Ni Luh Eka; Ernawati, Ni Made; Jendra, I Wayan
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 2 (2018): December 2018
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This paper reporting the service aspect of luxurious tourism, is a part of a broader study identifying elements constitute luxurious travels. It is a qualitative study involved 48 respondents who are members of 7 different Facebook travel groups. Data collection was conducted by posting a discussion topic on luxury travels to the Facebook groups. It is identified that service of luxurious tourism products is premium and personalized, wherein VIP handling is not a special service, rather a basic standard that needs to be met for elite customers. It is the ability to satisfy customers beyond expectation, exclusive supreme products only few people can afford, which is not easy to be provided.  Nevertheless, above and beyond the design and the delivery of the exclusive high quality services and after performing the very best effort; luxurious service sometimes means serving customers with heart and sincerity reaching the human side of people; meeting the needs of high class customers intuitively, when facing and anticipating matters beyond human control. It is expected that the analysis could enrich the discourse on luxurious tourism products, assist in resolving the puzzle of a perfect service, perfecting the imperfect.

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