The Movement Pattern of the Tourist Destinations Farm House Susu Lembang and Floating Market, West Bandung Regency, West Java


This research aims to understand the movement patterns of the tourist destinations: Farm House Susu Lembang; and Floating Markets, West Bandung Regency, West Java. The method used in this research is descriptive method with a survey approach. This research took place from June-July 2019. Indicators assessed are (1) the number of tourist visits to each tourist destination, (2) tourist motivation, (3) visiting time, (4) modes of transportation, (5) accessibility to tourist destinations, (6) traveling experience, (7) traveling companion, (8) tourist attractions. The results showed tourists from the area of West Java made a move with the type of Base Site, Chaining Loop, Stopover and Single Point. The majority of tourists are aged between 17 years and 30 years (76%), and most traveling accompanied by a friend (71%). Tourists spend about 5 hours visiting each tourist destination and the number of tourist destinations visited is small.

Keywords: movement pattern, tourist, tourist destinations

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