Peningkatan Daya Tarik dan Wawasan Wisatawan dengan Pembangunan Eco-Smart Mini Lab Sebagai Wisata Edukasi Alam

Andika Bagus Nur Rahma Putra, Agung Winarno, Agus Purnomo, Muhammad Afnan Habibi, Darmawan Satyananda, Yuli Agustina, Tee Tze Kiong

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Penelusuran ragam potensi unggulan di Indonesia tidak akan pernah terlepas dari keindahan alamnya. Masyarakat perkotaan khususnya era millenial saat ini menggandrungi objek wisata yang berkonsep alam atau biasa dikenal dengan ekowisata. Terutama banyaknya potensi wisata alam yang ada di Kabupaten Malang Jawa Timur. Salah satu yang sudah ada yaitu wisata bumi perkemahan bedengan yang terletak di kecamatan Dau Kabupaten Malang. Sesuai dengan bidang dari sebagian besar tim pelaksana, maka disepakati untuk mengembangkan desain Eco-Smart Mini Lab berbasis solar cell sebagai konsep wisata alam edukasi dalam meningkatkan pengetahuan dan daya tarik wisatawan di area bumi perkemahan Bedengan. Eco-Smart Mini Lab berbasis solar cell merupakan bangunan laboratorium mini berkonsep alam yang di dalamnya berisi pengetahuan dan informasi terkait dengan wisata yang ada di Desa Selorejo seperti wisata Bumi Perkemahan Bedengan. Metode yang digunakan pada kegiatan ini yaitu metode demonstrasi dengan pendekatan diskusi kelompok dan studi kasus. Metode demonstrasi dipilih dikarenakan telah tersedianya alat sarana dan prasarana pendukung untuk melakukan pelatihan. Diskusi kelompok dan studi kasus dipilih untuk menentukan permasalahan (trouble) yang akan diambil pada kegiatan ini. Hasil dari kegiatan pegabdian ini meliputi: 1) kegiatan yang telah dilakukan terdiri dari pembuatan Eco-Smart Mini Lab, sosialisasi, dan pelatihan perawatan; 2) adanya peningkatan pendapatan wisata Bedengan meningkat; 3) terjadi peningkatan tata nilai masyarakat terkait dengan lapangan pekerjaan; dan 4) peningkatan wawasan pengunjung terkait dengan pembudidayaan jeruk di Bedengan.

Kata kunci wisata Bedengan, wisata alam, budidaya jeruk, potensi unggulan daerah

 

Abstract

Exploring the variety of superior potential in Indonesia will never be separated from its natural beauty. Urban communities, especially the millennial era, currently love tourist objects with a natural concept or commonly known as ecotourism. Especially the large number of natural tourism potentials in Malang Regency. One that already exists is a tour of the bed campground located in Dau sub-district, Malang district. In accordance with the areas of most of the implementing team, it was agreed that a solar cell-based Eco-Smart Mini Lab design would be developed as a concept for educational nature tourism in increasing knowledge and tourist attraction in the Bedengan campground area. Eco-Smart Mini Lab based on solar cell is a mini laboratory building with a natural concept which contains knowledge and information related to tourism in Selorejo village such as Bumi Perkemahan Bedengan. The method used in this activity is the demonstration method with a group discussion approach and case studies. The demonstration method was chosen because of the availability of supporting facilities and infrastructure for conducting training. Group discussions and case studies were selected to determine problems (trouble) to be taken up in this activity. The results of service include: 1) activities that have been carried out consisting of making an Eco-Smart Mini Lab, socialization, and maintenance training; 2) increased tourism revenue for Bedengan increases; 3) there is an increase in community values related to employment; and 4) increasing visitors' insight related to citrus cultivation in Bedengan..

Keywords Bedengan village tourism, nature tourism, citrus cultivation, regional superior potential


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