Journal of Tourism Sustainability <p>Journal of Tourism Sustainability (JTOS) <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">E-ISSN 2798-8333</a> is a double-blind review journal published by Politeknik Negeri Bandung. It focuses on fostering and stimulating discourses in tourism research among academics and professionals. JTOS welcomes articles in all tourism research areas, mainly applied and theoretical. JTOS publishes articles three times a year; April, August and December and only accepts and reviews the manuscripts that have not been published in any languages and are not being reviewed for possible publication in other journals. JTOS is an open-access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access. <br /><br />Authors are welcome to submit state-of-the-art empirical and conceptual research papers providing the basis for inspiring, critical and constructive sessions. The range of sub-topics related to innovation and progress in sustainable tourism includes, but is not limited to 1) Sustainable Tourism, 2) Destination Planning and Development, 3) Sustainable Event and Management, 4) Green Tourism Business, 5) The Future of Tourism, and 6) Sosio-cultural Sustainability in Tourism.</p> Politeknik Negeri Bandung en-US Journal of Tourism Sustainability 2798-8333 Cognitive, Affective, and Desire Factors in Predicting Domestic Tourism Intention: The Model Application of Goal-Directed Behavior <p><em>Tourism is one of the sectors that has been directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The decline in the number of domestic and foreign tourists has an impact on the country's economy. Therefore, this study aims to test the theory of Goal Directed Behavior in predicting the intention to visit local tourists during the Covid-19 pandemic. This study uses a quantitative approach and uses a purposive sampling strategy to obtain data through the distribution of online surveys. There were 209 respondents who met domestic travel requirements in the past year. Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) is used as an analytical tool in testing research hypotheses. The results of the analysis showed that the relationship between attitudes, subjective norms, perceived behavioral control, positive anticipated emotions, negative anticipated emotions, was mediated by desire towards intention.</em></p> Ericko Grady Sabrina Sihombing Copyright (c) 2022 Sabrina Sihombing 2022-12-27 2022-12-27 2 3 105 119 10.35313/jtospolban.v2i3.49 Special Interest Tourism Activities Planning in Cikawari Waterfall through Risk Analysis and Tourist Interest in Visiting <p>Every activity at a tourist attraction will have risks. This is no exception for special interest tourism, which has a higher risk than other tourism activities. From the perspective of tourists, they tend to avoid destinations with high potential risks, which also affects their decisions. Cikawari Waterfall is one of the natural tourist attractions in the West Bandung Regency area. Planning for tourism activities at these attractions requires further assessment of the planned provision of special interest activities and facilities (rafting). This study aims to determine the feasibility of the special interest tourism plan by considering the safety risks in tourist attractions and the interest of tourists in visiting. This study uses mixed research methods (qualitative and quantitative) with a purposive sampling technique. This study involved interviews with three key tourism managers and a survey of 118 tourists who visited Cikawari Waterfall. The results showed that tourists consider the risk aspect when visiting. The qualitative and quantitative studies also show that Cikawari Waterfall is considered safe enough against the risk of accidents to visit because there are not many rocks, and the current is not too heavy. The location is easily accessible, so tourists are highly interested in visiting Cikawari Waterfall. In addition, the coordination built in the application of crisis management by the two managers strengthens the position of Cikawari Waterfall to be visited so that tourists do not need to feel anxious when visiting.</p> Wisi Wulandari Airunisa Dwi Ramadani Anisa Destya Putri Haya Khairunnisa Heydi Rizkiah Shofina Mochamad Triaji Prasetio Copyright (c) 2022 Wisi Wulandari, Airunisa Dwi Ramadani, Anisa Destya Putri, Haya Khairunnisa, Heydi Rizkiah Shofina, Mochamad Triaji Prasetio 2022-12-27 2022-12-27 2 3 120 127 10.35313/jtospolban.v2i3.60 The Development of Tourism Products in Sangiran Tourism Village, Krikilan Village, Kalijambe District, Sragen <p>Sangiran Tourism Village or Krikilan Village is one of the tourist villages that has unique geology, being part of the Sangiran Cultural Conservation area which has been designated as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. Therefore, tourism development in Sangiran Tourism Village should not be carried out arbitrarily and planning is needed through the development of appropriate tourism products. This study uses a descriptive method and a qualitative approach to find out the actual situation and phenomena. The results obtained from this study are the actual conditions of tourism products in the Sangiran Tourism Village where tourism in the Sangiran Tourism Village currently only utilizes the actual attraction in the form of the Sangiran Ancient Human Museum. The potential possessed by the Sangiran Tourism Village is the natural potential in the form of geological conditions, landscapes, and rural life that are still maintained. Some of the suggestions made are the use of potential tourist attractions, the preparation of tour packages, and the preparation of a code of ethics for tourism development.</p> Mega Aldora Lilis Jayanti Jacob Ganef Pah Eka Paramita Marsongko Yanthi Adriani Copyright (c) 2022 Mega Aldora, Lilis Jayanti, Jacob Ganef Pah, Eka Paramita Marsongko, Yanthi Adriani 2022-12-27 2022-12-27 2 3 128 137 10.35313/jtospolban.v2i3.63 Digital Nomads Interest and Satisfaction in Doing Workcations in Hotel at Greater Bandung Region: The AIDA+S Model Application <p>The pandemic that has hit the whole world has made the tourism industry suffer loses. Consumers are looking for safer tourism activities. Tourism business people are looking for solutions to this by creating a new adaptive tourism trend, which is the Work-Based Vacations (Workcations), an evaluation of the word “Bleisure”. A digital nomad who works as a freelancer is intrested in this trend. Using the AIDA+S (Attention, Interest, Desire, Action, Satisfaction) model, this research was conducted to determine the interest and satisfaction of digital nomads in the trend of Workcations in the Bandung Raya area’s hotel accomodations. This study uses a descriptive quantitative method with frequency analysis, cross=tabulation, and scoring analysis. Samples were taken using a stratified random sampling technique to 105 respondents. Respondents are digital nomads who worked as a freelancer and had carried out the Workcations trend in a hotel in the Bandung Raya Area during the new normal period and are aged 17 years old and over. The results of the research show that the interest and satisfaction of digital nomads are high on the trend of Workcations as an alternative tourism trend in the new normal period.</p> Azizah Salsabila Nugraha Novi Nuryanti Copyright (c) 2022 Azizah Salsabila Nugraha, Novi Nuryanti 2022-12-27 2022-12-27 2 3 138 149 10.35313/jtospolban.v2i3.40 The Effect of Tourism Attraction and Destination Image on Tourist Motivation Bandung During COVID-19 Recovery <p><em>For years Bandung could attract some tourists to visit. However, Covid-19 has crushed the tourism sector in the world, including Bandung City. Covid-19 changes behavior and visit intention to destination. According to a new situation, this research examines tourism motivation in visiting Bandung City through the influence of tourist attraction and destination image. This research was conducted in quantitative analysis, which collected data by distributing questionnaires to 114 respondents from random sampling. The sampling technique used was quota sampling where the number of the population was unknown and also the sample selection was not chosen at random but there were defined characteristics, namely that they were domestic tourists who had traveled to Bandung City. The analysis of this research uses Multiple Linear Regression. The results of this study can see tourist attractions that can attract foreign tourists, know the image of destinations from the city of Bandung, and prove that the variables of tourist attraction and image of destinations do not really affect the motivation of tourists who come to the city of Bandung.</em></p> Puspa Savira Rikantini Widiyanti Any Ariani Noor Copyright (c) 2022 Puspa Savira, Rikantini Widiyanti, Any Ariani Noor 2022-12-27 2022-12-27 2 3 150 158 10.35313/jtospolban.v2i3.42 The Effect of Digital Native Electronic Word-Of-Mouth (e-WOM) on Destination Awareness Tourism Village in West Java <p><em>Tourism is a universal industry because every modern human considers that vacation is a need that must be fulfilled. In the digital era, there is a generation born and raised in technological developments called digital natives; this generation is considered a vital role holder in the tourism industry because, in the next few years, the digital native era will enter a productive age and do many things while on vacation. In their daily life, digital natives cannot be separated from social media and smartphones. This is a motivation to be able to develop a tourist village through the role of digital natives. This study has several objectives to achieve, namely to find out electronic word-of-mouth (e-WOM) on Instagram carried out by digital natives to determine destination awareness of tourist villages in West Java, as well as to examine the influence between e-WOM and destination awareness. This study uses quantitative methods through a descriptive verification approach with bivariate correlation analysis and simple linear regression.&nbsp;</em>This study found the effect of electronic word-of-mouth on Instagram on destination awareness of West Java tourist villages, which was positive and significant, with a coefficient of determination of 22.3% and 77.7% influenced by other factors.</p> Siti Nur Aini Copyright (c) 2022 Siti Nur Aini 2022-12-27 2022-12-27 2 3 159 168 10.35313/jtospolban.v2i3.41