Rahayu, Siti (2010) TOUR DESTINATION MAPPING OF INDONESIAN TOURIST. In: Proceeding The 1st. Java Institute International Colloquium (JIIC). Universitas Katolik Soegijapranata, Semarang, pp. 253-274. ISBN 978-979-1268-82-0

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"INTRODUCTION" Economists estimate the tourism sector will be one of the important economic activities in the 21st century. The role of the tourism sector in the economy of a country will exceed the oil and gas sector (petroleum and natural gas) and other industries, if developed in a planned and integrated. The tourism sector will serve as a catalyst for development (agent of development) will also accelerate the development process itself and will be the main drivers of the 21st century economy. This will generate new opportunities in the tourism industry (Yoeti, 2008; Karim, 2008; Omerzel, 2006). Tourism has been seen as the driving force for regional development. Successful tourism can increase destination's tourist receipts, income, employment and government revenues. How to attract the tourists to revisit and/or recommend the destination to others is crucial for the success of destination tourism development (Chen dan Tsai, 2006: 1115). The increasing prosperity of the world's population makes travel becomes a major requirement for modem life in two decades. The process of globalization provides an easier way for people to visit each other so that encourage increased tourist visits. with an average growth rate of 4.1 %, the number of tourists the world would be 1. 006 million in 2020. An increase of 4.1% was driven by a significant increase in the Middle East region amounted to 7.1% and Asia Pacific by6.4%. However, growth in the number of tourists in the European region still could not compete with the Asia Pacific region. Asia-Pacific region will decisively capture d26.6% share of world tourism. In the Asia Pacific region, China has proven itself as Tourist Destination Region (DTW) world with the fastest growth rates (II%) among 10 world DTW (Yoeti, 2008:5-6 )....

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