Community-Based Tourism as a Development Concept of Halal Tourism in West Lombok District

Dipa Banyu Prastia, Akhmad Saufi, Baiq Handayani Rinuastuti


This study aims to determine how to implement the Community Based Tourism concept in building a halal destination in West Lombok with the potential of natural resources and local wisdom. The research method used is a qualitative method with content analysis. Data collection through in-depth interviews in three Tourism Villages in the West Lombok district. Determination of informants using purposive sampling where each tourist village selected three informants and one person from the tourism agency of West Lombok Regency. The study results indicate that the community can feel the implementation of community-based tourism in building a halal tourist destination. This fundamental principle forms a tourist village because the community's ability to act independently can create a sense of responsibility and a sense of ownership. Tourism development utilizes social capital through the support of all communities. The involvement of all elements of society is inseparable from mutual trust, solidarity, and unification of perceptions. Halal tourism plays a vital role in society as a social form that allows individuals and communities to work more efficiently. The presence can see this of all tourism activities sourced from local communities, starting from ideas, preparation, and implementation, to evaluation of tourism activities collectively.


Halal Destination Development Process; Community Based Tourism Concept

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