Analisis Kesesuaian Dan Daya Dukung Kawasan Wisata Pantai Di Desa Burong Mandi Kabupaten Belitung Timur

Analysis Of Suitability And Carrying Capacity Of Coastal Tourism Areas In Burong Mandi Village, East Belitung Regency

  • Wicky Aditya Wahyudi Manajemen Sumberdaya Perairan Universitas Bangka Belitung
  • Sudirman Adibrata Manajemen Sumberdaya Perairan Universitas Bangka Belitung
  • Arthur Muhammad Farhaby Manajemen Sumberdaya Perairan Universitas Bangka Belitung

Abstract

Burung Mandi Cretaceous Granidiorite, which is located in the village of Burong Mandi, East Belitung Regency is one of the seventeen Geosites of Belitong. The magnitude of the tourism potential in the village of Burong Mandi is expected to increase the number of tourist visits, but still show the aspects of safety and comfort for tourists. This study aims to analyze the suitability and carrying capacity of the coastal tourism area in the village of Burong Mandi. This research was conducted in May 2021 at the beaches along the coast of the village of Burong mandi. Measurement of tourism parameters was carried out on six beaches with the following results; Kelapa Kek Aji Beach has a tourism suitability index value of 93.33% and an area carrying capacity of 5853 people/day. Batu Gadok Beach has a tourism suitability index value of 90.84% and an area carrying capacity of 632 people/day. Burung Mandi Beach has a tourism suitability index value of 100% and an area carrying capacity of 3440 people / day. Sentigi Beach has a tourism suitability index value of 89.48% and the carrying capacity of the area is 1298 people/day. Bukit Batu Beach has a tourism suitability index value of 97.92% and an area carrying capacity of 813 people/day. Malang Lepau Beach has a tourism suitability index value of 91.67% and an area carrying capacity of 2566 people/day

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Published
2021-10-29
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Wahyudi, W., Adibrata, S., & Farhaby, A. (2021). Analisis Kesesuaian Dan Daya Dukung Kawasan Wisata Pantai Di Desa Burong Mandi Kabupaten Belitung Timur. Akuatik: Jurnal Sumberdaya Perairan, 15(2), 109-118. https://doi.org/10.33019/akuatik.v15i2.3117
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