Tourism and Sustainable Development Review (TSDR) Journal
Published a New Volume

We are glad to inform you that TSDR Journal is now releasing Volume 1 No. 2 by last week of August 2020.


We found two interesting topics from the published articles:

First, the articles with tourism marketing and promotion topic:

  1. A Qualitative Case Study of Japanese Long-Stay to a Knot of New Wave Issues of Multiracial Thai-Japanese in Thailand: Thanapum Limsiritong, Tomoyuki Furutani, Karnjira Limsiritong
  2. Applying a Promotional Mix In Promoting Bujang Valley: A Perspective From Tourists: Kok Shiong Pong, Ying Shin Chin
  3. Museum Service Value Blueprint: An Enhanced View on Visitor Experience: Gita Anugrah, Rifi Wijayanti Dual Arifin, Diah Kusumastuti, Selma Karamy, Astri Amanda
  4. SWOT Analysis As An Instrument For Strategic Planning Of Batik Kayu Craft Small Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) In Krebet Bantul Yogyakarta: Yenni Sri Utami, Oliver Samuel Simanjuntak, Vynska Amalia Permadi, Agus Sasmita

Here are the highlights:

  1. The development of long stay-tourism management can be considered as a solution to multiracial situation problem.
  2. An adequate and interesting information from prospective tourists can help generate archaeological destination awareness.
  3. By mapping a service value blueprint in a museum, it can increase a visitor experience expectation as well as their satisfaction.
  4. The Krebet Tourism Village is a center of wooden batik crafts with a community-based tourism that have penetrated national and international markets.
  5. A regular evaluation of tourists visit is one of the marketing communication strategies to promote Small Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs).


Second, the articles with the economics of fashion topic:


  1. West Java’s Fashion Diplomacy to South Australia: A Model of Sister Province Cooperation: Selma Elfirda Karamy
  2. Sustainable Competitive Advantage of Indonesia’s Creative Economics: Fashion Sub-Sector: Afni Regita Cahyani Muis, Ali Musa Harahap, Fadhlan Nur Hakiem


Here are the highlights:


  1. The sustainable competitive advantage of Indonesian fashion industry must be supported by the development of international markets.
  2. Indonesia’s cultural heritage, history, and geographical characteristics as sources of competitive advantage of Indonesia’s creative economy.
  3. The sister province cooperation can be connected by similar regional pattern of economic activities.


Read the latest articles of TSDR here.