Implications of Tourism Village Development for Local Community Economic Improvement through Zero Waste Concept


  • Mega Metalia
  • Sari Indah Oktanti Sembiring



This research is necessary as an evaluation and preventive step in determining the next step because the implementation of tourist village development has a multisectoral character. It examines the implications of developing a tourist village and its relation to improving the local community's economy through the concept of zero waste.


This Study on Kunjir Village in Lampung Selatan and the study uses a case study research design and a qualitative descriptive approach.To gather data through participant observation, in-depth interviews, and thorough documentation of the study's subject.


KunjirVillage has intriguing current conditions; the community is actively promoting through social media and taking part in tourism shows. To boost community empowerment, managers set up parking spaces and gift stores, and now the locals are creating tour packages that may be available to tourists.In order to improve community empowerment in economic activities in Kunjir Village, the following strategies are being used to generate green tourism: Strategies to improve the quality of human resources through information technology and entrepreneurship; Green tourism marketing strategy; Strategies for the development of green tourism products; Strategies for the creation and development of community-based tourism in Kunjir Village; Synergy and independent waste management strategies; Strategies for developing tourism infrastructure and facilities based on green tourism; Green tourism bag.


This study was restricted to Kunjir Village.


The establishment of ecologically conscious tourist destinations that boost the local economy may benefit from the findings of this research.




How to Cite

Mega Metalia, & Sari Indah Oktanti Sembiring. (2023). Implications of Tourism Village Development for Local Community Economic Improvement through Zero Waste Concept. RES MILITARIS, 12(1), 438–451. Retrieved from