The Impact of Tourism Development on Economic Condition of Coastal Community in Binyeri Village, Yendidori District, Biak Numfor Regecy

Annisa Novita Sari, Ines C. Buiney


The development of the tourism sector in Indonesia is happening very rapidly and has had a positive impact on local government, the private sector, and the community, one of which is Binyeri Village, Yendidori District, Biak Numfor Regency. The purpose of this research is to analyze the impact of tourism development on the coastal community economic condition in Binyeri Village. The method used is qualitative method by observation and interview. The result showed that the economic condition of the local community has increased due to the development of tourism. This is evidenced by an increase in the number of business types and an increase in the income community. Before the tourism development, only there were two business types, namely stall and stand with incomes ranging from IDR 4,500,000 – IDR 7,500,000 per month. After the development of tourism, the types of businesses by the community increased to six types, namely, stalls, stands, rental cottage, fishermen group, fish processing business, and parking businesses. Community income also increased to IDR 1,000,000 – IDR 9,040,000 per month. Based on the result, the development of tourism in Binyeri Village can increase the coastal community’s economic condition. Therefore, local governments can provide training to coastal communities by utilizing the potential of the region.



tourism development; coastal community; economic condition

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