Exploring Halal Tourism: The Role of Islamic Jurisprudence (Usul Fiqh) and Religious Moderation in Enhancing the Tourism Sector of Indonesia


Nispul Khoiri
Muhammad Habibi Siregar

The objective of this study is to analyze the alignment of Usul al-Fiqh principles, religious moderation, and the expansion of halal tourism in Indonesia. The author of the study examines the impact of Islamic law on the ethical principles of halal tourism, with a specific focus on promoting social responsibility and inclusivity in the industry. It adopts an interdisciplinary approach to investigate this matter. An interdisciplinary approach examines Islamic jurisprudence principles and halal tourism in Indonesia using insights from various sources. Qualitative interviews, legal analysis, and literature studies help researchers gather and interpret varied data. The findings underscore Indonesia's proactive efforts to incorporate halal tourism into its tourism sector, underscoring the importance of achieving a harmonious equilibrium between commercial pursuits and cultural conservation. The author highlights the significance of religious moderation in promoting social cohesion in Indonesia's multicultural society and presents halal tourism as a driving force for beneficial societal and economic transformation. This research also has important implications for researchers, politicians, and industry stakeholders. It emphasizes the need to carefully address the ethical aspects of halal tourism to promote inclusion and social responsibility.


Keywords:Indonesia, Islamic jurisprudence, Tourist, Halal tourism, Ethical principles, Usul fiqh

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