• Understanding Tourism Sustainability from The Tourists' Perspective
    Vol. 2 No. 3 (2022)

    Tourism development in the post-pandemic period continues to be the subject of various studies. In this edition, authors have provided their perspectives on empirical phenomena related to tourism sustainability in terms of the improvement and revival of tourism in the post-pandemic era.

    JTOS Editorial Team expresses gratitude for the author's contribution to the development of this journal. We also would like to thank the Reviewers for taking the time and effort to review the manuscript. We sincerely appreciate all your valuable comments and suggestions, which helped us improve the quality of the manuscript and the high standards of peer-reviewed journals.

  • Dynamics of Sustainable Tourism
    Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022)

    Tourism development during the covid-19 pandemic adjustment period has attracted many studies with a broader scope. In this 2nd issue, we presents the results of the researchers' research by revealing the issue of sustainable tourism from the aspects of education, the performance of tour guides, and several approaches to destination development. The methods used by the authors also enriched this scientific publication, where there was the use of the Systematic Literature Review method, path analysis, and technology in mapping tourist movements. We would like to thank the authors for their contributions and invite other scientific audiences to disseminate the work in this journal.

  • Multifaceted Challenges in Tourists and Communities
    Vol. 2 No. 1 (2022)

    Increasing the socio-economic impact caused by tourism development on the local population needs to adopt several attitudes according to the impact felt directly or indirectly. However, according to some perspectives, this development has positive and negative impacts. The issue of resident-tourist relations has been widely discussed recently. Therefore, many case studies are being conducted that discuss the impact on residents and tourists. This issue presents multifaceted challenges among tourists and communities by analyzing the attitudes of local residents and tourists towards tourism development.

  • The Challenges of Tourism Sustainability During The Pandemic
    Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021)

    The outbreak of COVID-19 has brought the global tourism to a standstill. Being a labor-intensive industry, tourism is the worst affected sector. Since the last few years, the concept of sustainability has become an integral part of planning and developing any destination. Through its strong multiplier effect, it supports a wide variety of jobs for every strata of society. Hence, without tourism the innumerable suppliers of goods and services to the industry would unable to sustain their business and livelihood. In Indonesia, many government policies to lockdown in many countries, social distancing, and the restriction of social activities have forced the breaking of the links of tourism industry, including among others: transportation, hospitality or hotel, tourist attraction, and other businesses.  This current issue aims to publish a collection of studies and good practices which explore the challenge and strategies in how tourism sector can continue to adapt post covid-19 pandemic in the future.


  • Journal of Tourism Sustainability

    Sustainable Tourism Development from Rural and Technology Perspective
    Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021)

    The importance of economic diversification and rural development increases - an objective condition to discuss new opportunities of using resources at the full value and in a sustainable way. Rural areas have significant natural, human, economic and cultural potential and their development supports the regional growth. On the other hand, the tourism and hospitality industry has also been influenced by the rapid development of information technology (IT) in the last few decades. The growth and transformational impact of IT as an integral part of tourism destination is widely recognized as it has effectively connected tourists and destination more than ever before, and consequently influenced tourist behavior and destination development.

    Today we are seeing increasing engagement of these technologies to address sustainability issues. Given the key role of adoption and development of IT in achieving the SDGs and facilitating the sustainable development of tourism, there is a paucity of studies in this academic sphere. Therefore, the current issue aims to publish a collection of studies and good practices, which explore the contribution of adoption and development of IT in tourism destination in achieving the SDGs as well as the development in rural area perspectives.