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Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): May Issue

JKTP publishes research articles, both field research and library research. The scope of articles accepted in JKTP publications is the study of tourism and applied tourism with various fields of science that are correlated with tourism. Collaboration between one or more scientific disciplines (interdisciplinary), whether directly or indirectly related to tourism is highly recommended for publication in this journal.

In this issue, JKTP published seven articles with the following titles: (1) Tourism Value Chain of East Sumba and Southwest Sumba written by Hary Jocom et al.; (2) Public Perceptions of the Impact of the Development of the Ijen Crater Natural Tourism Park, written by Leily Rahmatin; (3) Development of “Pasiraman Pura Dalem Pingit and Pura Kusti” as a Spiritual Tourist Attraction in Batuan Village, Gianyar, written by I Made Darma Oka, et al.; (4) Community Participation as the Main Factor in the Development of the Kaba-Kaba Tourism Village, written by Putu Widya Darmayanti, et al.; (5) The impact of the World Trade Organization (WTO) on the Regulation of Indonesian Tourism Business Law, written by Ni Wayan Merda Surya Dewi; (6) The Impact of Covid-19 on Bali Tourism in terms of the Social, Economic, and Environmental Sector (A Literature Review), written by A.A.A Ribeka Martha Purwahita, et al.; and (7) Foreign Investment Policy in Traditional Village-Based Tourism Development in Bali Province, written by Sumerti Asih, et al.

 

Published: 2021-05-01

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Call for papers November 2021 issue

Dear author(s),

We are inviting lecturers, researchers, and post graduate students to publish your articles in Jurnal Kajian dan Terapan Pariwisata (JKTP) for November 2021 issue. Please submit  your original manuscripts  to http://jurnal.akpar-denpasar.ac.id/index.php/diparojs/user/register or send them via email at: jktp@akpar-denpasar.ac.id.  The articles can be written in Indonesian or English.

Best regards,

Editorial Team

 

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