Srumbung Gunung Peace Creative Tourism Village: An Effort to Build Interfaith Peace Through Tourism
Keywords:Peace Society, Indonesia, The Creative and Peace Tourism Village
This article discusses the Peace Creative Tourism Village as a peaceful tourism destination to build peace between religions and beliefs in Indonesia. This study is motivated by the rise of identity politics after the collapse of the New Order in 1998. The rise of identity politics has triggered several inter-ethnic and religious conflicts in several regions in Indonesia. Conflicts between the Dayak tribes and Madurese migrants occurred in Kalimantan in early February 2001, Christian and Muslim conflicts in Posso in 1998, and Ambon in 1999. The state has made various efforts to maintain peace between ethnic and religions in Indonesia, but intolerance, even inter-ethnic and religious conflicts, still occur in plural Indonesia. This study discusses an alternative effort to build peace between religions and beliefs through tourist destinations. This research uses a case study qualitative method. This study found that the Peace Creative Tourism Village of Srumbung Mountain, with its tour packages: peace education, live-in, and traditional culinary and cultural festivals, can be a local contribution to building peace between religions and beliefs in Indonesia.
V. (2021a) Adryamarthanino, “Konflik Ambon 2001: Latar Belakang, Dampak, dan Penyelesaian. Kompas.Com.”
V. (2021b) Adryamarthanino, “Konflik Poso: Latar Belakang, Kronologi, dan Penyelesaian. Kompas.Com.”
V. (2021c) Adryamarthanino, “Konflik Sampit: Latar Belakang, Konflik, dan Penyelesaian. Kompas.”
S. S. Arjon, “Religious sentiments in local politics,” J. Polit., vol. 3, no. 2, p. 1, 2018.
C.-Y. Pang, “Product backlog and requirements engineering for enterprise application development,” in Software Engineering for Agile Application Development, IGI Global, 2020, pp. 1–29.
F. Higgins-Desbiolles, L.-A. Blanchard, and Y. Urbain, “Peace through tourism: Critical reflections on the intersections between peace, justice, sustainable development and tourism,” J. Sustain. Tour., vol. 30, no. 2–3, pp. 335–351, 2022.
B. M. Farahani and J. Dogra, “An Inter-Relational Study of Achieving Peace Through Tourism,” Strateg. Dev. Policies Impact Stud. Sustain. Rural Community–based Tour. (Issue July, pp. 127–137). Primus B., 2014.
M. Neupane, “TOURISH AS A CATALYST FOR PEACE: Analyzing the Bright Sides of Tourism in Nepal,” 2013.
E. M. Schneider, “Touring for peace: the role of dual-narrative tours in creating transnational activists,” Int. J. Tour. Cities, 2019.
N. Ariana, “Penelusuran Wisata Damai Monumen Ground Zero Kuta,” Bali Pustaka Larasan, 2017.
D. W. Susyanti and N. Latianingsih, “Potensi desa melalui pariwisata pedesaan,” Epigram, vol. 11, no. 1, 2014.
A. Devi and I. Firmansyah, “Developing halal travel and halal tourism to promote economic growth: A confirmatory analysis,” J. Islam. Monet. Econ. Financ., vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 193–214, 2019.
L. K. Choi, A. S. Panjaitan, and D. Apriliasari, “The Effectiveness of Business Intelligence Management Implementation in Industry 4.0,” Startupreneur Bisnis Digit. (SABDA Journal), vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 115–125, 2022.
R. Q. Aynie, R. Hurriyati, and P. D. Dirgantari, “Strategi pemasaran electronic word of mouth pada e-commerce dalam menghadapi era digital 4.0 di indonesia,” Inovasi, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 136–143, 2021.
N. Nurhablisyah, “BEHAVIOUR OF USER OF WOMEN WORKERS OF HERO SUPERMARKET JAKARTA IN FOSTER FAMILY PATTERN,” ADI J. Recent Innov., vol. 2, no. 1 Sept, pp. 250–260, 2020.
D. Apriliasari and B. A. P. Seno, “Inovasi Pemanfaatan Blockchain dalam Meningkatkan Keamanan Kekayaan Intelektual Pendidikan,” J. MENTARI Manajemen, Pendidik. dan Teknol. Inf., vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 68–76, 2022.
E. Lincoln and I. Amalee, Peace generation: 12 nilai dasar perdamaian: buku panduan untuk guru. Pelangi Mizan, 2007.
How to Cite
Copyright (c) 2022 Agus Supratikno, Rini Kartika Hudiono, Evi Maria, Suharyadi
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
This journal permits and encourages authors to post items submitted to the journal on personal websites while providing bibliographic details that credit its publication in this journal.
Authors are permitted to post their work online in institutional/disciplinary repositories or on their own websites. Pre-print versions posted online should include a citation and link to the final published version in Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication as soon as the issue is available; post-print versions (including the final publisher's PDF) should include a citation and link to the journal's website.