Study on Public Facilities Zone Development Strategy asTourism Support in Manado Bay

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Title Study on Public Facilities Zone Development Strategy asTourism Support in Manado Bay
Creator Posundu, Ronald S. A.
Kepel, Rene Ch.
Mandagi, Stephanus V.
Kalalo, Flora P.
Paruntu, Carolus P.
Mingkit, Winda M.
Boneka, Farnis B.
Description Four urban villages in the administrative area of Tuminting District, i.e. Sindulang Satu, Sindulang Dua, Bitung Karangria and Maasing based on North Sulawesi Provincial Regulation Number 1 of 2017 concerning Coastal Zone Zoning Plans and Small Islands (RZWP-3-K) of Prov. North Sulawesi 2017-2037, will be used as a location to establish tourism supporting infrastructures. The purpose of this study is to determine the key factors for the success of the strategy for public facilities zone construction in Manado Bay, by taking into account the environmental, economic and social aspects. The study was conducted from September 2018 to March 2019. Data collection was carried out through in-depth interviewing techniques to 15 key people selected based on pentahelix. Data analysis employed SWOT and Strategic Analysis and Choice (SAC) to determine the alternative strategy. The results found six priority strategies as follows: (1) synchronizing the regulations for Coastal Zone spatial planning, (2) evaluating the coastal spatial planning regulations with regional development planning documents, (3) conducting socialization for coastal communities, (4) increasing the prosperity through small-scaled fishermen empowerment ( 5) developing 3A (increase, accessibility, and amenity) to support the tourism by increasing tourists’ visit, and (6) Improving the quality of human resources.Key words: RZWP-3-K, Public Facilities Zone, Pentahelix, SWOT. ABSTRAKEmpat kelurahan yang masuk dalam wilayah administrasi Kecamatan Tuminting yaitu: Sindulang Satu, Sindulang Dua, Bitung Karangria, dan Maasing berdasarkan Peraturan Daerah Provinsi Sulawesi Utara Nomor 1 Tahun 2017 tentang Rencana Zonasi Wilayah Pesisir dan Pulau-pulau Kecil (RZWP-3-K) Prov. Sulut Tahun 2017-2037, akan dimanfaatkan sebagai lokasi pembangunan infrastruktur penunjang pariwisata. Tujuan penelitian ini untuk menentukan faktor-faktor kunci keberhasilan sebagai strategi prioritas untuk pembangunan zona fasilitas umum penunjang pariwisata di Teluk Manado, dengan memperhatikan aspek lingkungan, aspek ekonomi dan aspek sosial. Penelitian dilakukan dari bulan September 2018 sampai Maret 2019. Pengumpulan data dilakukan dengan teknik wawancara secara mendalam (in depth interview) kepada 15 key persons dipilih berdasarkan pentahelix. Metode analisis data untuk menentukan strategi alternatif dengan menggunakan SWOT dan Strategic Analysis and Choice (SAC). Hasil penelitian menunjukan ada enam strategi prioritas yaitu: (1) melakukan sinkronisasi peraturan perundang-undangan bidang penataan ruang daerah pesisir, (2) melakukan sinkronisasi peraturan penataan ruang daerah pesisir dengan dokumen perencanaan pembangunan daerah, (3) melakukan sosialisasi kepada masyarakat pesisir, (4) meningkatan kesejahteraan melalui pemberdayaan nelayan kecil, (5) meningkatkan 3A (atraksi, aksesibilitas, dan amenitas) sebagai penunjang pariwisata untuk meningkatkan kunjungan wisatawan, (6) peningkatan kualitas sumber daya manusia.      Kata Kunci: RZWP-3-K, Zona Fasilitas Umum, Pentahelix, SWOT.
Publisher Sam Ratulangi University
Date 2019-06-12
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source Jurnal Ilmiah PLATAX; Vol 7, No 1 (2019): EDISI JANUARI-JUNI 2019; 294-308
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 JURNAL ILMIAH PLATAX

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