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Challenges for conserving biodiversity and developing sustainable island tourism in North Sulawesi Province, Indonesia
Recent conditions in North Sulawesi Province (NSP) have become favorable for the development of tourism. In this paper, we present the recent status of biodiversity and tourism in NSP as a basicExpand
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Ethnobotanical study on local cuisine of the Sasak tribe in Lombok Island, Indonesia
Abstract Background An ethnobotanical study on local cuisine of Sasak tribe in Lombok Island was carried out, as a kind of effort of providing written record of culinary culture in some region ofExpand
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Cultural Landscapes of the Tengger Highland, East Java
Although cultural landscapes are known to be important in supporting human prosperity, they remain infrequently studied in Indonesia. In this chapter, the Tengger Highland is examined, as itExpand
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Social Capital in the Development of Ecotourism: A Case Study in Tambaksari Village Pasuruan Regency, East Java Province, Indonesia
The objective of the study was to analyze the effects of social capital aspects on the development of ecotourism in Tambaksari Village, East Java Province, Indonesia. Five latent variables related toExpand
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The ethnobotany of homegardens along rural corridors as a basis for ecotourism planning: a case study of Rajegwesi village, Banyuwangi, Indonesia.
Promoting quality environment through home gardens management is crucial in order to enhance ecotourism planning and development in remote areas adjacent to national park. The aim of the research wasExpand
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Managing biodiversity for a competitive ecotourism industry in tropical developing countries: New opportunities in biological fields
  • L. Hakim
  • Environmental Science
  • 29 November 2017
Managing biodiversity for sustainable and competitive ecotourism destinations requires a basic understanding of the principles of biology, which are poorly understood in tropical developingExpand
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Invasive Plant Species and the Competitiveness of Wildlife Tourist Destination : A Case of Sadengan Feeding Area at Alas Purwo National Park, Indonesia
Wildlife tourism has been promoted at Alas Purwo National Park (APNP) since this was identified as one of the biodiversity centers in Indonesia. Within this park, the Sadengan feeding area (SFA) wasExpand
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Cultural Landscape and Ecotourism in Bali Island, Indonesia
I nstiu eof l adC r,Mkp N U v y J m534-729KABSTRACT: This paper describes the role of ethnoecology in supporting tourism. We conducted a case study on the island of Bali (Indonesia), the famousExpand
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Etnobotani Rempah-Rempah di Dusun Kopen Dukuh, Kabupaten Banyuwangi
Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui jenis-jenis tanaman rempah yang ada di kebun tradisional dan  menjelaskan tingkat kepentingan tanaman rempah-rempah dalam masyarakat oleh masyarakat Osing diExpand
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PLANNING FOR NATURE-BASED TOURISM IN EAST JAVA: RECENT STATUS OF BIODIVERSITY, CONSERVATION, AND ITS IMPLICATION FOR SUSTAINABLE TOURISM
Tourism in Indonesia is now considered a crucial economic sector. However, tourism growth and economic receipts are considered to be low compared to the other Asian countries. One of the problems isExpand
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