Local Tourism Perception on Soda Water Tourism Objects in Indonesia: An Interview


  • Yulia Kurnia Sari Sitepu Institut Agama Kristen Negeri Tarutung
  • Tio R.J. Nadeak Institut Agama Kristen Negeri Tarutung
  • Rina Kesia Silaban Institut Agama Kristen Negeri Tarutung




Soda water, local tourism


The Soda Water local Tourism in Parbubu Villages is natural water resources. Natural soda water is only two in the world, that is in Venezuela and in Indonesia. The purpose of this research is to investigate the Soda Water local tourism expectation. The research method used is qualitative. Based on the results of qualitative the local tourism founded that reality different from their expectations, including service, hospitality, security, and insufficient souvenir. Hopefully, soda water tourism becomes well known at home and abroad.


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