Proceedings of the International Conference on Business Law and Local Wisdom in Tourism (ICBLT 2018)

Transvestite: Tourism Law Perspective

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Murry Darmoko
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Murry Darmoko
Available Online November 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icblt-18.2018.25How to use a DOI?
Keywords
transvestite; law on tourism; fatwa MUI
Abstract
This research focuses on transvestite in tourism law perspective. The purpose of this research is to examine transvestite in tourism law perspective. This research follows IMRAD Structure in reporting, preceded by an abstract and followed by the conclusion. Method is descriptive, which studies word of transvestite in tourism law perspective. Results show that word transvestite is not written on any regulations of tourism in Indonesia, but they are existing in the real tourism life, and their activities can be related to the Fatwa MUI number 57 of 2014. Discussion shows some reasons why the transvestite word not exist in written regulations in Indonesia, but transvestite are treated under different customary laws in places such as Aceh and Thailand for comparison with different handling. Conclusion of this research tells transvestite are men in the status as a citizen (unless that has been granted turned into a female in court), and input for the Indonesian government is to immediately implement the MUI Fatwa convention in the regulations relating to transvestite as a preventive and repressive act in law enforcement in Indonesia to provide legal certainty of tourism in Indonesia.
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