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The covid-19 pandemic has had such a huge impact on various sectors, especially the tourism sector, restrictions imposed in various regions have made tourism continue to decline. This research aimed tto study the relationship between destination image, risk perception, and tourists' decision to visit. The research is focused on tourists who have visited Kampung Coklat Tourism Destinations assample using nonprobability sampling technique. Questionnaires were distributed to 200 respondents directly to tourists. The data analysis technique used Multiple Linear Regression with validity and reliability tests.classical assumptions, and hypothesis testing (t-test). The results showed that the destination image was positively affectedby the decision to visit, and also the perception of risk was positively affected by the decision of tourists to visit.The implications in this research can be used as input for the Management of Kampung Coklat Tourism in developing destination images to increase tourists' decisions to visit.
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