Potential of TPS 3R as Part of The Development of Taro Tourist Village, Tegallalang District, Gianyar District


  • I Gusti Ketut Indra Pranata Darma Universitas Hindu Negeri I Gusti Bagus Sugriwa Denpasar
  • I Ketut Arta Widana Universitas Hindu Negeri I Gusti Bagus Sugriwa Denpasar
  • I Putu Suyasa Ariputra Universitas Hindu Negeri I Gusti Bagus Sugriwa Denpasar


TPS3R, Development, Rural Tourism, Tourism Village


The shift in the tourism industry from mass tourism to alternative tourism has led to various interesting developments. One of these developments is related to the existence of tourist villages as a form of alternative tourism. Tourist trends have also changed with their interest in the existence of local communities in presenting their various original attractions. Local communities offer a variety of new experiences in a tourist village to tourists with various purposes. One of the villages that offers local community involvement is Taro Village, Tegallalang Subdistrict, Gianyar Regency with TPS (Temporary Disposal Site) 3R (Reduce-Reuse-Recycle) which is one of the components of tourism village development. This research uses descriptive qualitative methods. In-depth interviews were conducted with the managers of Bumdes and TPS 3R, the local community which is adjacent to the TPS residents during the researcher's observation. The results of this study indicate that in destination development, the availability of packages (Available Package) is one component that still needs to be developed in both tourist villages. TPS 3R has involved the Community as an important part of the development of taro tourism village.  The role of the Bumdes unit is an integrated and important part of the basic requirements for the development of tourism. The impact that arises because of the TPS 3R can be seen in the socio-economic side that mobilizes both directly and indirectly the unit and the community around the TPS. Socio-cultural and environmental impacts that arise such as the transfer of experience to visitors in educating waste sorting to the importance of caring for the environment with the existence of TPS 3R.

Author Biographies

I Gusti Ketut Indra Pranata Darma, Universitas Hindu Negeri I Gusti Bagus Sugriwa Denpasar

I Gusti Ketut Indra Pranata Darma, was UHN Sugriwa lecturer started from 2019 until now. I Gusti Ketut Indra Pranata Darma was born and raised in the Juwana District, Pati Regency, Central Java. He completed his elementary to high school education in Pati Regency. In 2006, he pursued his undergraduate studies in Electrical Engineering at Diponegoro University, Semarang, graduating in 2012. He gained practical knowledge in the workforce from 2011 to 2013, starting with an internship at LPMP Undip and extending to a villa in Seminyak, Bali. Had experience from Villa Seminyak Bali, he developed an interest in the field of Tourism. In late 2013, he returned to Pati Regency to work at one of the hotels in Juwana. His experience and technical knowledge further enhanced the hotel's progress. In 2014, he decided to continue his master's education as a serious commitment to the field of tourism at the Higher Education of Economics and Tourism (STIEPARI) in Semarang. Additionally, he was entrusted to become an assessor for front office skills by one of the LSPs (Assessment Centers) in Semarang, namely LSP Gunardharma. In 2018, he had the opportunity to teach at SMKN 1 Pati, sharing his industry experience. In 2019, he was accepted as a lecturer at the State Hindu University I Gusti Bagus Sugriwa Denpasar, where he continues to teach until now. The author can be contacted at indrapranata@uhnsugriwa.ac.id.

Scholar ID: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ZEs5DzIAAAAJ&hl=en

I Ketut Arta Widana, Universitas Hindu Negeri I Gusti Bagus Sugriwa Denpasar

I Ketut Arta Widana, was Having empirical experience in the travel industry, particularly in the field of guiding as a tour guide in several travel agencies for foreign tourists. A background in English Literature at the undergraduate level provides a practical skills foundation, and a Master's degree in Tourism Studies offers new insights from an academic perspective. Actively engaged in research in the field of tourism, with a focus on aspects related to Hindu religious and cultural practices.

Scholar ID: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=WqLsHMMAAAAJ&hl=en

I Putu Suyasa Ariputra, Universitas Hindu Negeri I Gusti Bagus Sugriwa Denpasar

I Putu Suyasa Ariputra, known by the nickname Suyasa, he was born in Denpasar and grew up in the Dalung area. I Putu Suyasa Ariputra is a graduate of the Master's program in Dharma Acarya (Hindu Religious Education) at the State Hindu Dharma Institute Denpasar in 2019. Previously, he was a student of Hindu Religious Education at the same campus and successfully completed his studies in 2017. In addition, he also pursued undergraduate studies in Ancient Javanese Literature at Udayana University, completing his studies in 2018. His primary and secondary education was completed in the Badung area. He began his work experience as a non-civil servant Hindu religious counselor from 2017 to 2019, assigned to the Abiansemal district, Badung, and in 2020, his last year in the counseling career, he was transferred to the North Kuta district. In addition to being a non-civil servant Hindu religious counselor, in 2018 he was assigned additional duties as a Public Information Counselor in collaboration with the Ministry of Religion and the Ministry of Communication and Information. His career as a counselor went hand in hand with his role as an educator at SD Fajar Harapan, starting from 2017 to 2020. Currently, he is an educator at the State Hindu University I Gusti Bagus Sugriwa Denpasar.

Scholar ID: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=e_GjMZ0AAAAJ&hl=en


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I Gusti Ketut Indra Pranata Darma, I Ketut Arta Widana, & I Putu Suyasa Ariputra. (2023). Potential of TPS 3R as Part of The Development of Taro Tourist Village, Tegallalang District, Gianyar District. Media Wisata, 21(2), 374–383. Retrieved from https://jurnal.ampta.ac.id/index.php/MWS/article/view/543