Implementation of Cleanliness, Health, Safety, and Environmental Sustainability (CHSE) in Homestay at Cibuntu Tourism Village Kuningan District, West Java

Devita Gantina, Elda Nurmalinda, Sekar Mayangsari, Yasmin Novita Anggraini


As part of the development of tourist villages, homestays are part of a tourism amenity that combines affordable lodging and authentic local culture. The existence of homestays is very closely related to Tourism Villages, including the Cibuntu Tourism Village, Kuningan Regency, West Java. This research evaluates homestay business management and implementation of CHSE in the village during the Covid-19 pandemic and tourism recovery efforts in Cibuntu Tourism Village. The theory used in this research is D. Janianton, P. A. Kusuma, and D. Mutiarin (2021) regarding the post Covid-19 recovery strategy. In addition, the CHSE theory also uses the definition of CHSE according to the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy (2020).  This research was conducted using a literature study and interviews with local tourism village managers. This research is expected to provide input for homestay managers to help prevent and control COVID-19. At the same time, related tourism villages can improve the implementation of the CHSE protocol to increase a sense of security and comfort for visitors and the local village community.

Keywords: CHSE, Homestay, Tourist Village

DOI: 10.7176/JTHS/63-04

Publication date: February 28th 2023


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