Economic Analysis of the Use of Tourists on Tourism Objects in Makassar City

  • Dahliah Dahliah Universitas Muslim Indonesia
Keywords: Economic Development, Tourism, Development

Abstract

This study's first objective is to analyze tourists' use to increase the income of tourist objects in Makassar City. To accelerate and strengthen economic development following the potential advantages of marine tourism, accelerate growth by supporting tourism, namely developing government programs in the tourism sector. To take advantage of the potential and utilization of tourists to increase community income in marine tourism objects. The goals and targets to be achieved in long-term research are. This study's results can contribute to and support the use of tourists for research on increasing income in marine tourism objects so that they contribute to improving the revenue of maritime tourism objects.

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Published
2021-03-31
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