Spatial Pattern of Agrotourism Development Areas in Bandung Barat District

T. Y. Dewanti, D. Susiloningtyas, Supriatna

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Abstract

Bandung Barat District has an attraction for the development of agro-tourism areas because it is one of the largest horticulture producers in Indonesia, with fruit production is 583,539 Kw/year and vegetables is 677,480 Kw/year. This location not far from the Bandung city and provides benefits because it is often visited by tourists when visiting to around of Bandung area. The purpose of this study is to obtain a spatial picture of regional patterns that have the potential for developing agro tourism areas and evaluating significance relationships between indicators and variables each other. The analysis used is spatial analysis by evaluating physio geographic and socio geographic elements and used statistical analysis by SPSS tools. The results showed that the spatial pattern of the development of agro tourism areas in the study area, that is Lembang Sub-District, Cisarua Sub-District, and Cikalong Wetan Sub-District had 8 typologies. The most potential area with a high physio geographic and socio geographic typology is Mandalamukti Village, Cikalong Wetan Sub-District with an area of 6.049 km2. Whereas, the locations which have no potential area with low physio geographic and socio geographic typologies are Ganjarsari and Puteran Villages, Cikalong Wetan Sub-District, covering an area of 14,086 km2 and 10,325 km2, Pasirlangu Village, Cisarua Village covering an area of 12,209 km2, in Lembang Sub-District, Cibogo Village covering an area of 3.12 Km2. Cikahuripan village covering an area of 7.31 km2, Pagerwangi Village covering an area of 4.65 km2, Suntenjaya Village with covering an area of 16.03 km2, Wangunharja Village with covering an area of 7.85 km2, Wangunsari Village with covering an area of 3.61 km2. Statistical analysis shows that there is a significant relationship between accessibility indicators (socio geographic) and physio geographic elements, so it will be good to develop agro tourism areas in that locations which have these criteria.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012055
JournalIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Volume355
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 19 Nov 2019
Event3rd International Symposium on Agricultural and Biosystem Engineering, ISABE 2019 - South Sulawesi, Indonesia
Duration: 6 Aug 20198 Aug 2019

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