Media Wisata

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ISSN / EISSN : 1693-5969 / 2685-8436
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Zakaria Ian Bahroni, Soebagio Soebagio, Dwi Haryanta
Published: 22 July 2022
Journal: Media Wisata
Media Wisata, Volume 20, pp 301-314; https://doi.org/10.36276/mws.v20i2.381

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Cepokolimo Village, Pacet District, Mojokerto Regency has a lot of tourism potential in the form of forestry, hills, agriculture, and natural beauty. In addition, Cepokolimo Village is located in a strategic area, namely Pacet District which is one of the areas with popular tourist destinations in East Java Province. However, this potential cannot be optimized so that it does not encourage the pace of economic growth, increase human resources, social, cultural, and welfare of the people of Cepokolimo Village. This study aims to analyze the feasibility of developing the Cepokolimo Village area to be used as a tourist destination, as well as planning the concept and drawings of tourism plans as well as calculating the required financing budget. The feasibility analysis of tourism development in this study uses the ADO-ODTWA analysis with the results of the analysis in the form of an average feasibility index of 74.09% with a feasibility level that has the potential to be developed. The initial planning for the construction was in the form of Swimming Pool Planning, Café Planning, Land planning, Fish Pond Planning, and Theater Room Planning.
, Vikri, Sherlyna, Popi Marseli, ,
Published: 14 July 2022
Journal: Media Wisata
Media Wisata, Volume 20, pp 249-262; https://doi.org/10.36276/mws.v20i2.287

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Community-Based Tourism Village Development Strategy in Nagari Mandeh.Mandeh Nagari tourism village is a tourist village that has beautiful natural tourism potential. This study aims to formulate a community-based development strategy for the Mandeh Nagari Tourism Village (CBT), which is a tool for sustainable tourism development. The research method used is mixed (mix method). Qualitative data through observation, interviews, documentation and Focus Group Discussion (FGD) were then analyzed by data reduction, data presentation and conclusion. Quantitative data was collected by distributing questionnaires and then analyzed descriptively. The results showed that the Mandeh Nagari tourism village could be developed with CBT (Community Based Tourism), such as re-activating tourism awareness groups and providing assistance to tourism activities in the Mandeh Nagari tourism village.
Lien Maulina, Dede Kuswandi, Siti Yulia Irani Nugraha, Hanna Daniati, Eka Rosiana
Published: 14 July 2022
Journal: Media Wisata
Media Wisata, Volume 20, pp 233-248; https://doi.org/10.36276/mws.v20i2.339

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Management of Pandanrejo Tourism Village towards Desapreneur.Pandanrejo Tourism Village develops desapreneurs through village entrepreneur groups and membership, product/service capacity and quality, financial and administrative management, village development and assistance, marketing and promotion benchmarking, breadth of impact and sustainability. This study aimed to determine the management of the Pandanrejo Tourism Village and the potential and development of the Pandanrejo Tourism Village as a Desapreneur. This research was conducted using qualitative research methods, with data collection using structured interviews with tourism village managers, UMKM managers, UMKM actors, and village governments. The results showed that the management of the Pandanrejo Tourism Village has economically, socially, culturally, educationally, and environmentally, the highest benefit is provided by the social sector. Meanwhile, the economic benefits have not been felt optimally. Efforts to make the Pandanrejo Tourism Village a desapreneur include developing desapreneurs through the following aspects: group and membership of village entrepreneurs, product/service capacity and quality, financial and administrative management, village development and assistance, marketing and promotion benchmarking, breadth of impact and sustainability.
Nur Eva Romadnoni, Hari Rachmadi, Yudi Setiaji
Published: 14 July 2022
Journal: Media Wisata
Media Wisata, Volume 20, pp 223-232; https://doi.org/10.36276/mws.v20i2.343

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Factors Affecting The Decision to Use Tourism Bus Transportation Services During Pandemic.The Covid-19    pandemic in early 2020 caused significant losses in various business sectors in Indonesia, particularly in the tourism sector. The factors influencing consumer decisions to use Gege bus transportation services during the Covid-19    pandemic are discussed in this article. During the Covid-19    pandemic, the research population was Gege's transportation tourism service customers, with a total research sample of 30 respondents. Sampling using a random sampling technique without regard for population strata. The variables in this study include price, quality factors, and health protocols, with the consumer's decision to use Gege transportation serving as the determining variable. Multiple linear regression analysis was used to investigate the effect of the variables. These factors have a positive and significant impact on consumer decisions to use services.
Elisabeth Lintong, Daniel Augustinus
Published: 6 July 2022
Journal: Media Wisata
Media Wisata, Volume 20, pp 210-222; https://doi.org/10.36276/mws.v20i2.344

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Analysis of The Relationship between Work Attitude Towards Interest in Tourism and Work Stress as A Mediation VariableThis study aims to determine the relationship between work attitudes and interest in travelling which is mediated by work stress on hotel employees in Medan City, North Sumatra. This study uses quantitative research methods and data collection techniques used are questionnaires and literature study. The results of the study in addition to using a score measurement test. There is or is a relationship between work attitude and travel interest among hotel employees, but the relationship is of little value. Tourist interest in hotel employees may be influenced by other factors. There is no relationship between work stress and interest in travelling, this shows that work stress does not affect hotel employees' travel. There is a relationship between work attitude and work stress, this shows that the work attitude of employees at the hotel where they work has an effect on work stress. The indirect impact of work stress on interest in travelling was found to be insignificant. It turned out that work stress did not mediate the relationship between work attitude and interest in travelling to hotel employees in Medan City.
Nuharani Kurniyati
Published: 9 June 2022
Journal: Media Wisata
Media Wisata, Volume 20, pp 198-209; https://doi.org/10.36276/mws.v20i2.333

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This study investigates the elements that contribute to the community's waning interest in English language training conducted by the "Bule Mengajar" Community in Sermo Tourism Village, Hargowilis, Kulon Progo. A qualitative method using a descriptive approach was adopted. Situations, objects, or social phenomena are described when conducting qualitative descriptive research. Apart from observations and other supporting materials, informants become a source for acquiring data through organized interviews with trainers and training participants. When it comes to data veracity, triangulation is applied. Data gathering, data reduction, display, and conclusions were all part of the interactive analysis. According to research, the Sermo Tourism Village community's lack of interest in English training is attributable to a lack of proper training.
Nuno Abranja, Bonifácio Rodrigues, Ana Pedroso Lima
Published: 8 June 2022
Journal: Media Wisata
Media Wisata, Volume 20, pp 148-161; https://doi.org/10.36276/mws.v20i2.337

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Despite increased scientific attention to tourism and hospitality entrepreneurship themes, there is still a general clearance of the inhabitants in relation to the hotels of their residence region, in terms of social frequency and lifestyle, caused by the fact that hotel strategies are designed only for their guests and very little for local residents. At a time when new tourism markets gain importance never felt before, this paper seeks to provide a new and in-depth understanding through a set of interviews conducted with 35 hotel professionals related to the frequency and type of consumption made by residents of the region in their hotels, as well as the entrepreneurial capacity that these companies have to get closer to local residents by creating innovative products or services more appropriate to this market segment needs, to integrate hotels more into the social lifestyle of locals residents.
Ayu Hellena Cornellia, Hary Hermawan, Nikasius Jonet Sinangjoyo, Prihatno
Published: 8 June 2022
Journal: Media Wisata
Media Wisata, Volume 20, pp 171-176; https://doi.org/10.36276/mws.v20i2.323

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The raising awareness of social media museums has developed gradually. A previous study related to the topic which found out that it was not properly managed is now defeated with a better solution of having a consultant or outsource staff in the museum. As social media has a great role in improving museum visitors and awareness in society, a deeper understanding and method of its application is explored in this study. The general purpose of this research is to find out the suitable Social Media Marketing method for Millennial targets as they are very active on social media compared to other generations. The method of this research was mix qualitative-quantitative approach and the sample was Sonobudoyo and Sandi museums in Yogyakarta, Indonesia was selected based on the active use of social media especially Instagram. The respondents were thirty-nine Instagram followers of Sonobudoyo and thirty-eight Instagram followers of Sandi. This study concludes that both museums have a good implementation of Social Media Marketing as the number of Instagram followers is above 5,000. It is suggested that the result of this study could provide input for other museums in Indonesia to become preferred tourism destinations while carrying out proper Social Media Marketing (SMM) especially for Millennials through updated and exciting content.
Alfian Nur Muzaki, Iwan Alim Saputra, Aziz Budianta
Published: 8 June 2022
Journal: Media Wisata
Media Wisata, Volume 20, pp 187-197; https://doi.org/10.36276/mws.v20i2.332

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Rawa Bayu is a water tourism area and religion can be felt as well as the indigenous people around the tourism area and the immigrants who visit the place who have all the necessities related to the benefit of humans, namely as a support for learning materials at the high school or MA level as well as at the lecture level. The purpose of this study was to determine the collaborative management of the surrounding community with the Banyuwangi Regency Tourism Office and how big the role of the surrounding community in maintaining and preserving several vital objects of cultural heritage in the Rawa Bayu tourism area. The use of the method is to use a qualitative approach by observing directly and documenting activities. Authors use literature studies to support a more definite understanding that comes from valid data. The data analysis technique used componential and descriptive analysis. The results of the study include an overview of the study area, the potential for the existence of ecotourism, and the role of the community in preserving historical objects around the ecotourism area.
Ni Made Sri Puspa Dewi Roels
Published: 8 June 2022
Journal: Media Wisata
Media Wisata, Volume 20, pp 177-186; https://doi.org/10.36276/mws.v20i2.328

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Mount Merapi Museum is one of the geological museums in Sleman Regency, Yogyakarta. Although as the only geological museum, the development of the museum is still not optimal as an educational tourism museum. This study aims to identify the tourist attraction of the Mount Merapi Museum and develop a conceptual model of development that is in accordance with the characteristics of the museum and the needs of tourists. This study uses a survey research approach. Data were collected by observation, interviews, and documentation. Informants were determined by purposive sampling. The data analysis method used interactive model analysis assisted by SWOT analysis. The results of this study are the identification of the strength of Mount Merapi Museum in the form of content attractiveness, architectural attractiveness, and attractiveness in the form of landscape and market analysis. This research also produces the concept of developing the Mount Merapi Museum based on the Edu-Nature Historical Museum, namely through the application of the interactive product concept. The interactive product development strategies are: dividing content into two thematic spaces, redesigning the plaza of the Mount Merapi simulation space, creating the best spots to enjoy the scenery, and involving the public in staging the story of Mount Merapi which is packaged in a show.
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