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The Digitalization of Tourism Allows Local Governments to Reach International Tourists

The research results found an increase in tourist visits to local tourist destinations, with various backgrounds and regional origins. The aim of this research is to find out more about the influence of technology on increasing tourist visits. Regional governments have made various breakthroughs and continue to increase the use of technology to develop regional development in the tourism sector with digitalization strategies. The local government utilizes digitalization strategies to achieve excellence in developing the tourism sector to realize competitive and sustainable development. The research method uses a combination of sequential explanatory models which combine a combination of quantitative and qualitative research methods in series, namely in the first stage the research was carried out using quantitative methods and in the second stage using qualitative methods. The increase in visitors to tourism destinations is quite high after the Co-19 outbreak, this is shown by the number of tourists visiting tourist locations which continues to increase. Demand for digitalization services in tourist areas is also increasingly showing an increase. The regional government has formulated regional policies that are more adaptive to change, and are also supported by digitalization of technology in terms of: 1) Cultural preservation, tracing the history of tourism, application of technology that influences the process and results of data collection on various tourism activities. 2) Administrative, legal and political framework, with various administrative provisions for tourism development. 3) The level of integration of tourist destination locations and the implementation of a sustainable tourism industry model.

Digitalization of Local Tourism, Regional Development, Government Commitment

APA Style

Cudai Nur, A., Akib, H., Niswaty, R. (2023). The Digitalization of Tourism Allows Local Governments to Reach International Tourists. Journal of Public Policy and Administration, 7(4), 147-155. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.jppa.20230704.11

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Cudai Nur, A.; Akib, H.; Niswaty, R. The Digitalization of Tourism Allows Local Governments to Reach International Tourists. J. Public Policy Adm. 2023, 7(4), 147-155. doi: 10.11648/j.jppa.20230704.11

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Cudai Nur A, Akib H, Niswaty R. The Digitalization of Tourism Allows Local Governments to Reach International Tourists. J Public Policy Adm. 2023;7(4):147-155. doi: 10.11648/j.jppa.20230704.11

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