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E-Journal of Tourism
Published by Universitas Udayana
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E-Journal of Tourism promotes and enhances research developments in the field of tourism. The journal provides an international platform for debate and dissemination of research findings whilst also facilitating the discussion of new research areas and techniques. E-Journal of Tourism continues to add a vibrant and exciting channel for those interested in tourism and hospitality research developments. The scope of the journal is international and encompasses research into tourism aspects as well as the development of new research approaches. It continues to include high quality research papers in any area of tourism, including reviews of literature in the field and empirical papers on tourism issues.
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Between Cultural Preservation and Tourism Industry: Dialectic Relations in Cultural Heritage Tourism Management in Tanah Lot and Borobudur Indonesia Surya Diarta, I Ketut
E-Journal of Tourism Volume 4 Number 2 (September 2017)
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Cultural heritage tourism has a great role in supporting economic growth in Indoneisa. This can only be achieved if cultural heritage tourism is well managed. Well and integrated management refers to the balance of preservation of cultural heritage and tourism industry since both are two entities that have a contradictory management regime approach. This paper discusses the destination management model of two culural heritages: Borobudur Temple in Central Java and Tanah Lot Temple in Bali which are two cultural heritages developed as cultural heritage tourism destinations. Both are trying to balance between the aspects of cultural heritage preservation and tourism business by emphasizing harmony between tourism aspects, utilization of cultural heritage, consume of products and experiences, and services to tourists. The results show that both destinations provide adequate space of dialectical process that is reflected from the shifting management paradigm from competitors towards collaborators relationship. Both destination managements are directed towards symbiotic cooperation in cultural heritage tourism. Preservation and tourism purposes mutually influencing each other. In Tanah Lot Temple cultural heritage tourism managed by customary village and local goverment while in Borobudur temple managed by PT. Taman Wisata Borobudur, a state owned enterprises.
Positioning Eco-Tourism for Improving Destination Image of Bali Indonesia Rai Utama, I Gusti Bagus
E-Journal of Tourism Volume 2 Number 1 (March 2015)
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Ecotourism attractions in this study include: (1) Bali Marine Park, (2) Bali Elephant Safari Park, (3) Bali Barat (West Bali) National Park, (4) Bali Butterfly Park, (5) Bali Reptile Park, (6) Sangeh Monkey Forest, (7) Ubud Botanic Garden, and (8) Bali Botanic Garden based on the attributes of “facility, attractiveness, accessibility, and service”. This study utilized quantitative method, specifically exploratory research method and conclusive research method based on previous research and existing theories, in order to achieve the research objectvies with the goal to generate new findings. Based on multidimensional scaling analysis, the perception of Bali Botanic Garden is similar to that of Sangeh Monkey Forest and Bali Barat National Park. While not in the same category as Bali Botanic Garden, the similarity coordinate of Ubud Botanic Garden is so close that it is a considerable competitor to Bali Botanic Garden. The ecotourism attractions perceived to have similarities are Bali Butterfly Park and Ubud Botanic Garden. Another grouping based on similarity are Bali Marine Park and Bali Elephant Safari Park, whose similarity coordinates are quite distant from the other ecotourism attractions.
Comparison of Four Patterns of Management of Coastal Tourism Destinations in Bali-Indonesia Antara, Made
E-Journal of Tourism Volume 3 Number 1 (March 2016)
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Utilization of coastal in Bali tourism destination by investor is to build of hotel, bar and restaurant, and to develop beach tourism attractions, and so location of tourists expose to the sun known with term 3S is Sea, Sand, Sun. There are four patterns of management of coastal tourism destinatyion in Bali, nemaly, (1) Pattern of management by village tradition; (2) Pattern of management by village foundation; (3) Pattern of management by government authority/agency; and (4) Natural development (without pattern of management). The pattern of management by village tradition was applied in Kuta beach and Jimbaran beach in Badung regency. The pattern of management by village foundation was applied to manage of Sanur beach in Denpasar city. The pattern of management by government authority/agency was used to manage of Nusa Dua beach and surrounding in Badung regency. Meanwhile, natural development (without pattern of management) was used in many beaches in Bali, like Nusa Lembongan island beach in Klungkung regency. Two management patterns - management by village tradition and management by village foundation initiatives by local community and its developing, local community livelihood in all long of beach very depending on tourism. While, management by authority agency initiatives are mainly applied by the central government in Jakarta. Coastal tourism managed through the three kinds of management approaches are generally good, particularly on environmental security, tourists safety, maintaining clean environment which are made possible through mobilization of task forces. On the other hand, coastal areas without planned tourism management, generally suffers from several problems. Hence the development of sustainable coastal tourism should be managed by one of institution which may be that of a local community or a governmental authority/agency
The Effect of the Quality of Services on the Visitors’ Satisfaction and Desire to Pay a Revisit to the Bali Pulina Agrotourism Purnami, Ni Nyoman Alit; Oka Suryawardani, I Gusti Ayu
E-Journal of Tourism Volume 5 Number 2 (September 2018)
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The perception of the visitors of the quality of the services provided at the Bali Pulina Agrotourism contributed to their satisfaction, which would then make them desirous of paying a revisit to it. The research was conducted at the Bali Pulina Agrotourism. This study was intended to analyze the effect of the quality of services (physical evidence, reliability, responsiveness, assurance, and empathy) on the visitors? satisfaction with the Bali Pulina Agrotourism, and analyze the effect of the visitors? satisfaction on their desire to pay a revisit to it. The respondents in this study were the tourists who had visited the Bali Pulina agrotourism, totaling 80 and obtained using the accidental sampling method. The model was designed based on the Smart PLS version 3.0-based Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) using a computer program. The results of the study showed that physical evidence significantly contributed to the visitors? satisfaction (p = 0.002); reliability significantly contributed to the visitors? satisfaction (p = 0.005); responsiveness significantly contributed to the visitors? satisfaction (p = 0.040); assurance significantly affected the visitors? satisfaction (p = 0.001); empathy significantly affected the visitors? satisfaction (p = 0.014); the visitors? satisfaction significantly contributed to their desire to pay a revisit to the Bali Pulina Agrotourism (p = 0,000). Based on the results of the study, the Bali Pulina Agrotourism was expected to be able to maintain and improve the quality of services to make the visitors feel satisfied and desirous of paying a revisit. Keywords: agrotourism, service quality, satisfaction, revisit, PLS
The Influence of Services’ Quality on Intention to Revisit through Mediation of Satisfaction of Visitors at Sasak Sade Village, Central Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara Rahman, Rahman; Suryawardani, I Gusti Ayu Oka; Wiranatha, Agung Suryawan
E-Journal of Tourism Volume 6 Number 2 (September 2019)
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The Sasak Sade Village is inhabited by a people from generation to generation. As a place that has been known and visited by many tourists, the management of the Sasak Sade Village offers traditional building house and daily activities of local people as tourist attractions. It is very important to have good quality services to increase revisit intention in the future. The purposes of this research were to determine service quality that influences tourist satisfactions and revisit intention in Sasak Sade Village. This study used 85 respondents of domestic tourists and a purposive sampling technique. The analysis used in this study was a structural equation modeling (SEM) by using Smart Partial Least Square (PLS) 3.0. This study tested two models namely outer model to predict the relationship between indicator and variable, and inner model to predict between two variables. The results of this research were: 1) the service quality significantly influenced the tourist satisfaction at the Sasak Sade Village; 2) the tourist satisfaction significantly influenced their revisit intention at the Sasak Sade Village; and 3) the service quality significantly influenced their revisit intention at the Sasak Sade Village. Keywords: Service Quality, Tourist Satisfaction, Revisit Intention
Satisfaction as Mediators of the Relationship between Motivation and Loyalty of Diving Tourists to Bali Suardana, I Wayan; Gde Bendesa, I Komang; Antara, Made
E-Journal of Tourism Volume 1 Number 1 (March 2014)
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This study was conducted to determine the relationship between extrinsic motivation, satisfaction with the product loyalty and loyalty to the service provider either directly or indirectly. Intrinsic and extrinsic motivations of tourists were used as predictors in determining the tourist loyalty through satisfaction. The model adopted was tested on 250 travelers who had ever been diving in Bali with structural equation modeling (SEM). The empirical results showed that the causal relationship between intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation, and satisfaction with service loyalty and product loyalty could be confirmed. Satisfaction became a full media on the relationship between motivation and loyalty. In this model, it could be proved that there was a positive effect of service loyalty on product loyalty. This study contributes to the development of tourist loyalty which should pay attention to tourist satisfaction arising from intrinsic and extrinsic motivation of tourists. Tourist strong motivation to do diving would have an impact on the perceived satisfaction so that tourists have loyalty in service provider and loyal to the diving tourism product shown by intending to return to Bali and would recommend it to others.
Social Capital: a Basis for Community Participation in Fostering Environmental Education and the Heritage Tourism Development of Cibalay Megalithic Site Sunkar, Arzyana; Meilani, Resti; Rahayuningsih, Tri; Muntasib, EK.S. Harini
E-Journal of Tourism Volume 3 Number 2 (September 2016)
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Social capital is an often-unrecognized staple of community participation in a tourism site’s development, although social capital comprises elements essential for successful community-based participation. This paper discusses how the host community’s participation in the tourism development of Cibalay Megalithic Site was driven by local social capital. Cibalay Megalithic Site is one of the last reminders of ancient beliefs and is an iconic landmark, located within the Bogor Regency of West Java, Indonesia. It is also within the protected area of Gunung Halimun Salak National Park. Cibalay Megalithic Site is a product of a socio-cultural environment, deriving from the relationship between man and nature. Thus, its tourism development should interpret this history and promulgate environmental education as one of the key elements of sustainable tourism. The local Village of Tapos I was established as a tourism village; within this village, the hamlet of Sinar Wangi was declared a conservation hamlet. Both designations were achieved due to local initiatives of the host community in developing local tourism, with Cibalay Megalithic Site as the iconic tourism focus of the area. The high level of trust towards local figures and visitors, the conservation norm of “leuweung hejo, masyarakat ngejo” (if the forest is green, then the people will be prosperous) underlying everyday local life that indicates the importance of nurturing nature, good inter-personal relations between village members, and good social networking with outsiders: all combined to create the conditions and motivation that facilitated collective action in developing local heritage tourism.
Problems and Prospects of Peace Tourism in Post-War Sri Lanka Chandrasiri, Palliyaguruge Ravindra
E-Journal of Tourism Volume 6 Number 1 (March 2019)
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Peace tourism is becoming an emerging trend in the millennial era. It produces new dimensions of peace as well as tourism. Therefore, the concept of peace tourism is considered as a very broad concept with multiple aspects and there is no common agreed definition of peace tourism. The numerous facets of peace tourism are designed to lead “positive peace”, a term coined by Johan Galtung (1996). Post-war Sri Lanka is in a position of achieving positive peace through reconciliation. In this theoretical and empirical background, this paper is going to examine the problems and prospects of peace tourism in post-war Sri Lanka. What is peace tourism in the millennial era and how can it help achieve positive peace in Sri Lanka? These questions will be addressed in this paper while examining the relationship between peace tourism and reconciliation policies in post-war Sri Lanka. The research design of this study is based upon the Hermeneutic approach, apost-positivist research methodology. Other research methods of the study include key Informant Interview (KII) and content analysis methods. Key Words: Peace Tourism, Positive Peace, Post-war Sri Lanka, Reconciliation, Tourism in Millennial Era, Development.
Decision Determinants of Tourist’s Intention to Revisit a Coastal Tourism Object by Using ROS Model: A Case of Kelapa Dua Islands Jakarta Hendratono, Tonny; Supina, Supina
E-Journal of Tourism Volume 4 Number 2 (September 2017)
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This study examines factors in decision making of tourist to revisit Kelapa Dua Island, Thousand Islands, DKI Jakarta, Indonesia. The objectives of this study were: (1) To know the socio-demographic characteristics of the visitors in order to understand the relationship on their decision making to revisit the island, (2) To know the preferred activity preference attributes of the visitors in order to understand the relationship on their decision making to revisit the island, (3) To know the specific role of beach settings / attributes in the visitors’ view in order to understand the relationship on their decision making to revisit the island, and (4) To define the expected desired experiences of the visitors in order to understand the relationship on their decision making to revisit the island. The data collection used was primary data, taken by spreading questionnaire to 100 visitors on the exit gate of Kelapa Dua Island, DKI Jakarta, Indonesia. An accidental sampling was used to select the respondent surveyed for this study. Sampling will be rotated on different days of the week and between morning, afternoon, and evening in attempts to acquire a more accurate and representative population.
Approaches to Indonesia Cultural Tourism Policy Syah, Ahmad Mujafar; Hajarrahmah, Dini
E-Journal of Tourism Volume 6 Number 2 (September 2019)
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In support to the initiative of Indonesia government on the priority destinations project (ten new Bali) where Mandalika in Lombok Island is being endorsed as one of “New Bali” targeted development destination, the research is aimed to analyze the effective roles of national and regional government on the development of cultural tourism destination in Bayan Village, North Lombok administrative region, as it is one of the alternative tourist attractions in Lombok Island. For the purpose of objectivity, this research has limited the source and scope of the observation only from related stakeholders and Lombok local tourism government thus the research employed an in-depth interview through designated stakeholders clusters. The research examined and summarized the finding from the stakeholders’ perspectives that have either direct or indirect concerns toward Bayan Village’s development from which; a proposed recommendation on a tourism policy framework for the cultural destination was concluded. Based on our finding, the situation where the development initiated both by national and regional tourism government in Lombok did not show a fair distribution to all promising destinations especially Bayan Village in North Lombok as one of the cultural tourism assets in North Lombok. Keywords: Cultural tourism destination, cultural tourism governance, tourism policy, stakeholder perspectives.

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