• Abstract

    This study aims to take journal articles related to tourism education in Indonesia over a span of 10 years and propose new paths for future research. The study involved a bibliometric analysis of 241 publications on subjects listed in the Scopus database from 2003 to 2023. Bibliometric procedures evaluate research performance and progress within the framework of international impact, while Biblioshiny-R and VOSviewer visualize overall research trends in tourism education. The results showed that Indonesia is the country with the most publications related to tourism education in Indonesia, followed by Australia and Malaysia. Judging from the publication year, it was found that 2021 was the year for the most publications related to tourism education. The results also found that the specific theme of tourism education is still relatively low compared to other tourism themes such as sustainable tourism, agrotourism, and ecotourism. So from here, it can be conveyed that further researchers can pay more attention to the theme of tourism education in Indonesia. According to the research findings, so far, the authors in the nine most affiliates are all still on the island of Java. The three main universities are Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Universitas Gadjah Mada, and Brawijaya. In addition, judging from Word Cloud, tourist attractions in Indonesia that are many research destinations are Bali and Lombok. This study recommends that further researchers pay attention to tourism education in Indonesia, especially the development of tourism outside the islands of Java and Bali.

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