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Mangrove Ecotourism Information System Based on Digital Book and Online Reservations
I Gede Sujana Eka Putra
I Gede Sujana Eka Putra, “Mangrove Ecotourism Information System Based on Digital Book and Online Reservations”, International Journal of Engineering and Applied Computer Science, vol. 04, no. 02, pp. 01-07, Mar. 2022.
Bali's tourism sector has faced serious challenges since the pandemic, with Bali's economic growth rate of -12.28% in the third quarter of 2020. Kampoeng Kepiting Mangrove Ecotourism located on Tuban, Kuta Badung district, Bali province is one of the tourism sectors which suffered a heavy impact. Before the pandemic, ecotourism visitors increased however during the pandemic, the number of visits decreased significantly. This study aims to develop a mangrove ecotourism information system, based on digital books and online reservations. The ecotourism digital book outlines the catalog of tour packages offered along with information on the mangrove tour packages for conservation and education. Based on the information from a digital book, potential visitors can use an online reservation application to make a reservation of tour packages and do payment by bank transfer. Once the payment process is done, visitors get digital vouchers to use tour packages they have been reserved. The E-Voucher used to visit the ecotourism of Kampoeng Kepiting. The development of a mangrove information system is expected to support the promotion of ecotourism in the recovery of ecotourism during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Mr. I Gede Sujana Eka Putra is studying in doctoral program at Udayana University, Bali Indonesia. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in multimedia telecommunications at the Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology, Surabaya, and a master's degree in Management of Computer Information Systems at Udayana University. He has more than 18 years of experience working in the field of information technology and he has developed a traceability information system for the fish processing industry and the application called “TraceTales”. Sujana is committed to continuing to play an active role in developing and implementing technology to support sustainable fisheries. Currently, he is active in conducting research about developing an information system of fisheries traceability system from upstream (catch), processing into downstream (end customer). His research interest includes the Internet of Things (IoT), Biometrics, Machine Learning, Artificial Neural Network. He has attended 3 national conferences, presented 3 papers, published 4 papers in International Journals and 9 papers in National Journals indexed.