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In utilizing the area of the tourism sector, there are various kinds of potential that need to be considered, such as the potential of natural tourism, the potential of cultural tourism, and the potential of man-made tourism. Because the potential of tourism as an area for tourist attractions will be useful for developing the tourism industry in the area moreover, the area has its own potential to be a tourist attraction, so it needs to be utilized as much as possible to become an awesome tourist attraction. By using descriptive qualitative research, the study can provide a clearer picture systematically, factually, accurately about the facts of processing slums into tourist sites in Bantarsari Village, Bungursari District, and Tasikmalaya City. Data collection techniques are done by direct observation, interviews, making questionnaires, and study documentation. After all, data related to the strategies and processing systems of slum villages to be managed into tourist areas is found, then the next researcher will describe them. One of the strategies that have been implemented is creating a community-based environmental management program (PLPBK) located at RW 14 where it is crossed by the Ci Dongkol river. Previously in this dirty and crowded area, it is because many people living in slums do not receive education about the importance of health.
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