PEMBANGUNAN HOMESTAY SEBAGAI FASILITAS PARIWISATA PENUNJANG KESEJAHTERAAN MASYARAKAT DESA BUDAYA PAMPANG, SAMARINDA

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Muhammad Fauzan Noor
Novita Indriani
Eman Sukmana

Abstract

Pampang Cultural Village is functioned as an alternative for tourists who want to see the whole life of the community, Lamin (Dayak traditional house), souvenirs and Special Dayak Kenyah Dances directly. However, based on researchers' observations, the management of Pampang Cultural Village has not been maximized to absorb tourists, because the length of stay of visitors is not more than three hours in a week, on Sundays from 14: 00-16: 00 WITA, thereby reducing the quality and quantity of the visitor's traveling experience. Of course, this will also have an impact on the lack of economic turnover (spending money) made by visitors, because it is only limited to payment of entrance and photo tickets with Dayak Kenyah community. Therefore, researchers assume that it is necessary to develop and develop amenities (tourism facilities) as an integrated part of the products offered by a tourist village. This study aims to examine the model of homestay development based on local wisdom of Dayak Kenyah community in Pampang Cultural Village. The results show that homestay development and development must synergize the role of village government, the community, and the use of appropriate information technology, so as to create an effective and efficient strategy.

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How to Cite
Noor, M. F., Indriani, N., & Sukmana, E. (2020). PEMBANGUNAN HOMESTAY SEBAGAI FASILITAS PARIWISATA PENUNJANG KESEJAHTERAAN MASYARAKAT DESA BUDAYA PAMPANG, SAMARINDA. Epigram, 17(2), 133–142. https://doi.org/10.32722/epi.v17i2.3460

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