Collaborative Tourism Reconstruction Of The Bay Area In Palu City Following The 2018 Earthquake And Tsunami Disaster

Authors

  • Idham Idham Doctor of Management Science STIESIA of Surabaya, Indonesia
  • Budiyanto Budiyanto Doctor of Management Science STIESIA of Surabaya, Indonesia
  • Nur Fadjrih Asik Doctor of Management Science STIESIA of Surabaya, Indonesia
  • Ilham Ilham UIN Sunan Ampel of Surabaya, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v3i6.546

Abstract

Palu Bay, which is developed as a tourism area, is in the ring of fire with a history of repeated disasters. This
tourism was able to increase tourist visits to the city of Palu. However, the 2018 earthquake and tsunami resulted
in a decrease in tourist visits to the city of Palu. In addition to determining the interaction patterns of the Palu
city population, this study tries to pinpoint the key factors the government used to transform Palu Bay into a
popular tourist destination. This is accomplished by identifying the key factors that make Palu Bay a popular
tourist destination and figuring out how to boost tourism there in the wake of the 2018 earthquake and tsunami
disaster. Schutz analysis was employed with post-positivist paradigm and transcendental phenomenology
approach. Triangulation was used to collect data, while content analysis was used to process it.Key factors used
by the local government of Palu City in developing Palu Bay as a tourism area included: 1. The potential of Palu
Bay's natural resources with its natural beauty and unique five-dimensional city (sea, bay, valley, mountain and
river); 2. Strategic location on the coast of Palu city with easy access for tourists, 3. Market share of domestic
and international tourists; 4. Of the nine existing sub-sectors, Palu Bay has the potential to become the mainstay
sector of the city of Palu to support the regional economy because the agricultural, mining, fisheries, industrial,
housing and financial sectors lack the potential to be the mainstay sector. The development of tourism in the Palu
Bay area is carried out by prioritizing disaster emergency mitigation and response with proper governance and
principles of Good Corporate Governance (GCG). Collaborative Multidimensional reconstruction of the private
sector, local communities and local governments (triple BCG) as well as patterns of disaster mitigation and
emergency response to stimulate tourism in the Palu bay area affected by the 2018 earthquake and tsunami.

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2022-12-27

How to Cite

Idham, I., Budiyanto, B., Fadjrih Asik, N. ., & Ilham, I. (2022). Collaborative Tourism Reconstruction Of The Bay Area In Palu City Following The 2018 Earthquake And Tsunami Disaster. International Journal of Educational Research and Social Sciences (IJERSC), 3(6), 2310–2317. https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v3i6.546