Cep Ubad Abdullah, Shandra Rama Panji Wulung



Pentingnya multilingulisme pada aktivitas pariwisata dipicu oleh adanya hambatan komunikasi dan budaya antara pengelola daya tarik wisata dengan wisatawan. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengidentifikasi program-program yang telah dilakukan oleh pengelola daya tarik wisata di Kawasan Bandung Utara. Penelitian ini dilakukan selama empat bulan di tahun 2020 dan dilaksanakan di kawasan pariwisata di Bandung Utara yang difokuskan pada dua daya tarik ikonik yaitu Taman Wisata Alam Gunung Tangkubanparahu dan Tebing Keraton. Penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan kualitatif dengan menggunakan data primer dan sekunder. Data primer didapatkan melalui observasi lapangan dan wawancara dengan pengelola dua daya tarik wisata. Data sekunder didapatkan melalui penelitian terdahulu, kebijakan pemerintah setempat, dan media digital melalui situs web dan media sosial. Metode analisis menggunakan analisis deskriptif kualitatif melalui tahapan analisis sebelum di lapangan, reduksi data, penyajian data, dan penarikan kesimpulan. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa daya tarik wisata Tebing Keraton dan TWA Tangkubanparahu memiliki komunikasi multi bahasa melalui media daring dan luring. Pesan yang disampaikan mengenai kondisi, posisi, dan peraturan bagi wisata selama di daya tarik wisata.


Kata kunci:      Daya tarik wisata, Gunung Tangkubanparahu, Multilingualisme, Tebing Keraton



The importance of multilingualism in tourism activities is due to communication and cultural barriers between managers of tourist attractions and tourists. This study aims to identify programs that have been carried out by managers of tourist attractions in the North Bandung area, Indonesia. This study had been for four months in 2020 and carried out in a tourism area in North Bandung which focused on two iconic attractions, namely the Tangkubanparahu Mountain Nature Tourism Park and the Tebing Keraton. This study used a qualitative approach featuring primary and secondary data. The primary data were obtained through observations and interviews with managers of two tourist attractions., while the secondary data were obtained through previous research, local government policies, and digital media through websites and social media. In the meantime, the method of analysis used qualitative descriptive analysis through the stages of analysis before coming to the field, data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion drawing. The results showed that the tourist attractions of Tangkubanparahu Mountain Nature Tourism Park and Tebing Keraton have multi-language communications through online and offline media. The message conveyed was regarding the conditions, position, and regulations for the tour while at the tourist attraction.


Keywords:       Multilingualism, Mount Tangkubanparahu, Tebing Keraton, Tourist Attraction

Kata Kunci

Daya tarik wisata, Gunung Tangkubanparahu, Multilingualism, Tebing Keraton

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