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ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism
ISSN : 14122073     EISSN : 27222748     DOI : -
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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MAKING POLITICAL TOURISM AS AN ALTERNATIVE MODEL FOR HAWAII INDIGENOUS DEVELOPMENT SALIM, WILMAR
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 11, No 1 (2012)
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The current tourism business model, which is visitor-centered, shows how tourism has strong negative impacts to the host and the place. It happens in many places in the world where tourism business is run by outsiders or with outside capital, and creating conflict with local population. Political tourism is an alternative to the current business model because it looks at the business from the other side: the host-place-centered. Political tourism can be seen as the first step in “indigenizing” capitalism based on local values. The proposed model addresses subsystems in tourism business components, i.e. the transaction, transfer, and treatment systems. It suggests several strategies to make political tourism happen with reference to Native Hawaiians tourism development. It offers some lessons that can be applicable to other places in Asia and the Pacific.
Sustaining Growth in Tourism Sector: Opportunities and Challenges Mahapatra, Mihir K.
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 11, No 1 (2012)
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The paper has broadly made an attempt to examine the growth and challenges faced by the tourism sector in Goa, a destination in India; during the last one decade.Of late, the number of tourists visiting the state is more than twice the population of the state. Empirical evidence also reveals an improvement in the growth of tourists’ arrival but with wide fluctuation over the years. However, there are emerging issues of concern including the saturation of the carrying capacity of the state and the scope to sustain the growth momentum in the long run. Given the low geographical area and stiff competition among the destination managers to woo quality tourists, the state needs to be fully aware of their expectations and accordingly design the tourism policy.
The State-of-Art of Tourism Planning in Archipelagic Philippines 2001-2010: A Case Review Maguigad, Virgilio M.
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Tourism is a development option that is pursued by the Philippines from the 1970s until present where it is a pillar of the country’s economy. Arrivals from foreign origins are increasing at double digit growth rates while domestic tourism continues to outpace international arrivals. Recent legislation on tourism during the past two years has continued to place importance on the industry as an engine of growth. However, such legislation should be viewed against the backdrop of local governance structures that includes processes on comprehensive land and water use planning. The country faces a lack of environmental planners (as urban and regional planners are formally called in the Philippines) where tourism planning is a sub-specialization. This paper describes and reviews the current state-of-art of tourism planning in the Philippines against this backdrop of governance, the planning profession and tourism legislation.
DYNAMIC MODELLING OF TOURISM ATTRACTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL CARRYING CAPACITY CASE STUDY: TAMAN BUNGA CIHIDEUNG AREA–WEST BANDUNG REGENCY KUSTIWAN, IWAN; SAFRIANTY, ASTRI AULIA
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 11, No 1 (2012)
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The development of agro tourism activities performed on protected area should be noticed aspects of the environmental carrying capacity. However, the fact is, agro tourism activities often followed by developments of other activities that impact on the conversion of agricultural land to uses other than agriculture. By taking the case in Taman Bunga Cihideung Area - West Bandung regency, this study was conducted using system dynamics modeling to examine the dynamics between tourist attractions with the carrying capacity of their environment. The system dynamics approach describes the problems on feedback processes. These feedbacks responsible for the changes that experienced over time which resulted dynamic behavior as consequence of system structure in agro tourism activities. Dynamic interaction of the elements of tourism attraction, socio-economic conditions of the population and carrying capacity are analyzed to understand the dynamic behavior. That dynamic behavior becomes meaningful and powerful to postulate phenomenon that occurs. The dynamic interaction between the elements of this system is used as a basis to simulate a variety of policy interventions that can develop tourism attraction with considering limitation of environmental carrying capacity. The study results can be used for sustainable tourism development policies.

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