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ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism
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The main purpose of this international refereed journal is to advance and foster tourism and hospitality education, research, and professionalism in the Southeast Asia region. The journal provides a vehicle for increasing awareness, consideration and analysis of issues in tourism and hospitality, and also promotes the interchange of ideas, and comparative studies, both within the countries of the region and between these countries and other parts of the world.
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THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON COASTAL TOURISM DESTINATION: CASE OF KUTA BEACH, BALI, INDONESIA Furqan, Alhilal; Winandi, Fabian Indra
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 16, No 2 (2018)
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Tourism is one of the strategic economic sectors in Indonesia that uses a lot of nature. Tourism destination is greatly affected by natural conditions and its changes. This study aims to identify the impact of climate change on coastal tourism destination from the perspective of stakeholders in Kuta Beach, Bali. This study employs mix methods, quantitative and qualitative. Quantitative methods employed to observe the perspective of tourists through questionnaire surveys with descriptive statistical analysis. While, the qualitative method use interview data and observation to observe the perspectives of the remaining stakeholders, namely the local government, tourism entrepreneurs, and the leaders of the traditional villages. The results show that tourists? awareness of climate change is quite high, although understanding of climate change tends to be ?normal?. Climate change variables that affect the tourist experience of Kuta Bali tourists are more related to safety, except related to sudden and extreme weather changes. This study is expected to increase the awareness of tourism stakeholders on climate change so that climate change adaptation measures can be carried out that help develop tourism.
THE EFFECTIVITY OF STAKEHOLDERS’ COLLABORATION ON TOURISM DESTINATION GOVERNANCE IN PANGANDARAN, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA Putro, Heru Purboyo Hidayat; Briliayanti, Astri
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 17, No 1 (2019)
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In 2010, the concept of destination management organization (DMO) was applied as an effort to improve the weakness of tourism management in Pangandaran. This concept stresses the form of collaboration among stakeholders who are involved in tourism from community groups, private sectors, and government. The stakeholders are led by a destination management organization: Forum Tata Kelola Pariwisata (FTKP/Pangandaran Tourism Governance Forum) which serves as a mediator, facilitator, and coordinator for the three groups of stakeholders. This research was conducted using a case study approach which was deliberately applied to a Pangandaran Village. Besides, this research also employed a mix method approach that practically combines quantitative and qualitative research methods aimed to find out the effectivity of stakeholders? collaboration in implementing the concept of DMO in Pangandaran. The results of this research show that collaboration among stakeholders in DMO-based tourism destination governance has run quite effectively. This is manifested by the existence of common goals, equality, and high commitment from stakeholders. FTKP leadership is fairly good to support collaboration among stakeholders. However, trust and communication among stakeholders need to be improved.
EDITORIAL VOL.16.2 Latif, Aqilah Nurul Khaerani
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 16, No 2 (2018)
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ECOTOURISM PLANNING ON THE RAPID-GROWING ECONOMIC AREA : A STUDY OF PACITAN, INDONESIA Parmawati, Rita; Putra, Heru Wiwoho Supadi; Kurnianto, Agung Sih
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 16, No 2 (2018)
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Pacitan Regency has a tourist destination characterized by nature and the relationship between humans and nature. The purpose of this study is to identify the potential, problems, carrying capacity and constraints of ecotourism development, as well as develop management strategies in Pacitan. Observations and interviews were conducted to reveal information related to the research objectives. We do index on the components of ecotourism management that we have designed. SWOT analysis is used to determine and map the potential and problems of management and development of ecotourism. the total GRDP shows that the economy of the Pacitan Regency is characterized by the economy of the Tertiary Sector. On the IFAS, the potential of natural resources plays a very important strength (weight value 0.204) and on the weaknesses, accessibility and facilities and infrastructure plays a very important role (weighted values 0.153 and 0.130). On the EFAS, government policy support reaches the highest weight (0.135) on an opportunity, and on threat factors, security and object equality with other regions play a very important role  (0.106 and 0.105)
DESIGNING RURAL TOUR PROGRAM IN CONNECTING TOURISM VILLAGE TO RESORT TOURISTS, TANJUNG LESUNG, BANTEN INDONESIA Agoes, Adrian; Edison, Emron; Kemala, Zia
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 17, No 1 (2019)
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One model in developing a tourism village is to institute a connection with other more established attractions. This research is to find out whether this strategy can be applied to develop tourism in Cikadu hamlet by initiating a connection with a more established resort nearby. The method used in this research is a qualitative approach. The data were collected through observations and interviews with key informants. General Manager of the resorts, tourism activists of the hamlet, and government staffs in the village were interviewed to look into the problems. Historically, there were a number of tourists already directed by Tanjung Lesung Resorts to have a trip to Cikadu hamlet. The model of connecting a more established resort to help develop tourism in a nearby hamlet has shown some results. Tourists who stayed at the resort had come to the hamlet for certain periods to make an alternative trip in enriching their holiday. However, it appeared that the hamlet wasn?t ready enough to host tourists from the resorts for the lack of tourism competencies of human resources. Most of the tourism executors in the hamlet were farmers, so the experience design was not optimal. The handling of the tour programs was considered un-proficient for the resort?s guests. The model of establishing connection to resort tourists in developing tourism in Cikadu can actually be achieved. Albeit, designing a more appropriate tour program is essential to keep the tourists visit continually.
PLANNING FOR NATURE-BASED TOURISM IN EAST JAVA: RECENT STATUS OF BIODIVERSITY, CONSERVATION, AND ITS IMPLICATION FOR SUSTAINABLE TOURISM HAKIM, LUCHMAN
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 7, No 2 (2008)
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Tourism in Indonesia is now considered a crucial economic sector. However, tourism growth and economic receipts are considered to be low compared to the other Asian countries. One of the problems is believed to be associated with the limited number of competitive destinations to attract the potential market. Therefore enhancing tourism destinations in many places in the Indonesian archipelago is important. An opportunity was found in that this archipelago is home to a huge biodiversity and is endowed with a spectacular landscape. The recent increase in the demand for natural-based tourism provides opportunity for many regions to develop tourism industry. A major obstacle was the lack of understanding of biodiversity and conservation as key elements for such tourism. Therefore the aim of this paper is provide a contextual understanding of natural resources for sustainable tourism planning and development. A case study was done in East Java as a home of high biodiversity and as a luxurious landscape for tourism. We evaluate the recent status of biodiversity and its influence on tourism, and suggest that issues of environmental quality, site-plan design and local people involvement in destination development are the ultimate pillars in establishing competitive and sustainable tourism destination.
WHICH DINE OUTVARIABLESARE IMPORTANTINTHE RESTAURANTSELECTION PROCEDURE FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES: CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY MEMBERS LEE, CHANG
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 9, No 1 (2010)
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The purpose of the study is to explore variables that university-associated members perceive to be important when they dine out for business purposes. The study explores whether importance of these variables are different according to demographic and dine out characteristics. Independent-sample t-test and Analysis of variance (ANOVA) are utilized for this study. The study indicates that variables that people consider more important compared to other factors are ones that directly related to peoples’ dine out experiences. Items that are not directly related to actual dine out experience appear to be less important to university community members when they dine out.
SUSTAINABLE TOURISM POTENTIAL FOR THE PALAUNG ETHNIC GROUP AT THE ANG KHANG ROYAL PROJECT CHAICHOMPOO, CHALERMCHAI
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 10, No 2 (2011)
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The objectives of this investigation are to examine the potential for sustainable tourism for the Palaung ethnic group at Nor Lae Village, Chiang Mai, Thailand and to propose guidelines for making tourism for the group sustainable. The potential for tourism for the ethnic group includes its ethnic identity, hand-woven textiles, traditional music and dance, and organic farming produce. Firstly, classified under the MonKhmer language group, the Paluang remain distinct linguistically and culturally. Secondly, the ethnic textiles are hand-woven, using back-strapped looms, and natural dyes from plants are used in order to preserve its folk wisdom and the environment. Thirdly, Palaung traditional music and dance are unique and exotic. A music and dance group has been formed and has performed locally and nationally with the aim of maintaining its cultural heritage. Finally, products from organic farming have been produced with the full support of the royal project, including temperate vegetables, fruits, flowers and tea; and attracting a large number of tourists to the area.
TOURISM LEAKAGE OF THE ACCOMMODATION SECTOR IN BALI Oka Suryawardani, I G. A.; Gde Bendesa, I Komang; Antara, Made; Suryawan Wiranatha, Agung
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 13, No 1 (2014)
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Tourism has been a driving force of economic development and has become the leading economic sector in Bali Province. However, the economic impacts of tourism development have not been fully beneficial for the Balinese community. Tourists’ expenditure has not been totally remaining in Bali’s economy. Some of the expenditures by tourists leak out of the destination, called tourism leakage, in the form of payments for imported products and services, payment of wages for foreign employees, and profits transferred to foreign owners. So far, the amount of tourism leakage in Bali has not been calculated. Therefore, there is a need to ascertain the current amount of leakage in Bali tourism. This paper estimates the amount of tourism leakage from the accommodation sector in Bali through a micro analysis at the industrial level. There were 79 hotels selected as a sample based upon a purposive probability to size sampling method in four main tourist destinations in Bali, namely Kuta, Nusa Dua, Sanur and Ubud. Four types of accommodation were considered in estimating tourism leakage. The results showed that the highest percentage of leakage was in the 4 & 5 Star-rated chain hotels, i.e. 51.0 % of total revenue. It was followed by the 4 & 5 Star-rated non-chain hotels (22.7 %), and 1, 2 & 3 Star-rated hotels (12.0 %). Meanwhile, the lowest leakage was on the Non star-rated hotels (8.8 %). Overall, the average tourism leakage on accommodation sector in Bali was 18.8 %. These results indicate that (i) the higher the level of hotel classifications, the more leakage will be; and (ii) accommodation which was owned by a foreigner and/or managed by an international chain had more leakage than other types of accommodation. The more leakage, therefore the less revenue from tourism will be directly received by hotel and undirectly by the local community as tourism is the main source of economic development of Bali Province.
IDENTIFYING ENVIRONMENTALLY-CONSCIOUS SEGMENTS OF TOURISTS TO THE BIODIVERSITY-RICH DESTINATIONS OF NORTH-EAST INDIA DEY, BANASREE
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 12, No 2 (2013)
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Destinations with rich biodiversity can provide an enriching experience to tourists. However, such areas are faced with concerns about depletion of natural resources and tourism may have negative impacts on biodiversity. For areas such as the ‘biodiversity hotspot’ North-east India sustainable tourism offers an opportunity in terms of conservation of biodiversity and sustainable use of its components. The concept of ‘market-driven’ sustainable tourism, aims at attracting tourists who have an environment-orientation. The purpose of this study is to identify segments of tourists visiting North-east India that display sensitivity to the natural environment. A combination of hierarchical and k-means Cluster analysis has resulted in three segments – passive players, environmentally-conscious tourists and sustainable tourists. These have displayed significant differences with regard to demographics, travel-related variables and vacation preferences. The results have interesting implications for destination marketers who may gain useful insights regarding the environmentconscious segments of tourists to this biodiverse region of the country.

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