Abstract 05JSSP012019

Planning for Sustainable Tourism. Case study: Kampung of Cookies, Surabaya, Indonesia

Mimin A. YUSUF*1, 2, Rahardian ARI1, Rika KISNARINI1, Dewi SEPTANTI1, Happy R. SANTOSA1
* Corresponding author
1 Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology, Surabaya, East Java, INDONESIA
2 Islamic University Darul Ulum Lamongan, East Java, INDONESIA
E-mail: miminaminahyusuf@gmail.com
Pages: 49-60. DOI: 10.24193/JSSP.2019.1.05

Cite: Yusuf M. A., Ari R., Kisnarini R., Septanti D., Santosa H. R. (2019), Planning for Sustainable Tourism. Case study: Kampung of Cookies, Surabaya, Indonesia. Journal of Settlements and Spatial Planning, 10(1), 49-60. DOI: 10.24193/JSSP.2019.1.05

Abstract. ‘Kampung’ is high density, lower middle class and informal settlement in Indonesia that is located in the city. It is usually inhabited by low income people. One of the kampungs that have the potential to be developed as a tourist kampung is Kampung of Cookies, in the city of Surabaya. This kampung has a unique tourism potential that is the development of home based enterprises (HBEs) in the form of traditional cookies production and has excellent community participation. However, the development process is not yet optimally. It still lacks facilities and specific government intervention to become a tourism destination and attraction. The purpose of this research is to formulate the development concept so as Kampung of Cookies should become a tourism destination. We proposed the sustainable tourism approach being expected that the concept obtained could comply with the principles of sustainability. The first method used in this research is descriptive qualitative performed by observation and interview. Further, data obtained in the field were analyzed based on aspects of sustainable tourism. The concept of area development for sustainable tourism was then formulated. The result of this research is a development concept proposal for the Kampung Rungkut Lor Surabaya that is based on sustainable tourism.  

K e y w o r d s: sustainable tourism, tourist Kampung, Home Based Enterprise (HBE), Indonesia