Halal Tourism Concepts and Policies: Case in West Nusa Tenggara
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- Halal Tourism, Management, West Nusa Tenggara
Halal tourism has outstanding potential and prospects in Indonesia, and this is because most of the population is Muslim, and there are also very many religious tourist destinations. Besides that, the tourism industry in Indonesia is very enthusiastic about welcoming this halal tourism phenomenon, which is then supported by the Government by establishing three provinces, namely Aceh, West Sumatra and West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) as halal tourist destinations. Such excitement still leaves problems both in terms of terminology and conceptual about halal tourism. Likewise, in the community, there are still disagreements about what is meant by halal tourism and whether the Government can play a more active role in this halal tourism. Of these various problems, this study seeks to find alternative solutions to help provide conceptual recommendations for both the Government and the private sector so that they can synergize in developing halal tourism governance in the regions. Based on the research problem, the objectives to be achieved are: 1) understanding the various governance concepts that can be applied to halal tourism governance in Indonesia, and 2) knowing the government policies that have been carried out on halal tourism. The research method used is qualitative, this method is used to understand the concept of halal tourism and the application of halal tourism policies in NTB Province as one of the provinces that already have a halal tourism policy. Data collection was carried out through documentation, interviews, and observations to various stakeholders. By using this method, various findings were obtained, including that the concept of halal tourism emphasizes more on food, while for facilities and facilities the term sharia is used. The implementation of the halal tourism policy in NTB on the provision of accommodation facilities has various features. Some accommodation providers include sharia labels and some do not contain sharia labels but work on sharia grounds. Policy implementation is not fully enforced because it is still at a process level.
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TY - CONF AU - Muchamad Zaenuri AU - Yusuf A. Hasan AU - Sri Handari Wahyuningsih AU - Muhammad Eko Atmojo AU - Muhammad Iqbal PY - 2021 DA - 2021/01/21 TI - Halal Tourism Concepts and Policies: Case in West Nusa Tenggara BT - Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Sustainable Innovation 2020–Social, Humanity, and Education (ICoSIHESS 2020) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 18 EP - 25 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210120.100 DO - 10.2991/assehr.k.210120.100 ID - Zaenuri2021 ER -