• dis advantages of tourism
    What are the advantages and disadvantages of increasing tourism activity in different countries? Tourism has been considered as an important industry field. Many efforts have introduced by the governments to improve the tourism. Thereby, the international travel fares are significantly decreasing...
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  • Medical Touring
    Medical Tourism Medical tourism refers to the practice of a patient going for healthcare services to an area outside of his or her home country. In general, medical tourism is the act of going overseas to obtain medical, cosmetic or dental treatment in another country. Medical tourism has become...
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  • Health Tourism
    Ayurveda health tourism a boon or curse? Health tourism is good for the country's economy and the individuals who are benefited by it. But any country which is benefit ted by the health tourism should provide the health benefit for the poor and down trodden first and the only open the health tourism. Other...
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  • tourism
    Disadvantage of Tourism in Nepal 1. Cultural destruction 2. Primary products 3. Environmental destruction 4. Marginal employment 5. Low benefits 6. Development of illegal and/or destructive economic activities 7. Outside hiring 8. unable market 9. Health tourism has it own set of unique challengers ...
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  • Australia's Regional and Global Links (Aid & Tourism)
    supports Indonesia’s commitment to provide access to quality education for all of its children. * Health: Australia is working with Indonesia to strengthen its health systems, improve the health of its women and children, halt the spread of HIV and address infectious diseases and pandemics. *...
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  • Disadvantages of Tourism
    In spite of the advantages of tourism, there can be many disadvantages too as there are always two sides of everything. First of all, tourists cause pollution and can damage the environment e.g. visual and noise pollution from increased... Tourism has become one of the most appreciated source of income...
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  • Tourism
    Tourism is often touted as an industry that will never shrink in size. In other words, as the world develops, more and more people will be able to travel. Although many may see this as a positive phenomenon, it is not a trend without drawbacks. Both the advantages and disadvantages of this topic will...
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  • preparation for ilets
    The economic and social impacts of tourism in the democratic republic of Belize General information: Belize is the country in Central America. Capital of Belize is The Belmopan city. The currency of Belize is belizean dollar. Population of Belize is 350 000 people. Belize got independence in 1981...
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  • Medical Tourism
    it? Medical tourism (also called medical travel, health tourism or global health care) is a term initially coined by travel agencies and the mass media to describe the rapidly-growing practice of traveling across international borders to obtain health care. Kerala in health tourism Kerala, or...
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  • Travel and Tourism Competitive Report
    profiles for all the 124 economies included in the Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2007. Left-hand page Travel & Tourism indicators How to Read the Country/Economy Profiles TT.part2a.r2 The second section presents Travel & Tourism (T&T) indicators that aim to provide a measure of the...
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  • Ielts
    Tourism Essays Tourism is an excellent way to develop a country, but it can also cause harm. How can countries ensure that tourism benefits the development. It is irrefutable that tourism has become the backbone of many economies of the world. In fact many countries rely on the tourist dollar for their...
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  • Massive Tourism
    Index I. Introduction II. Advantages of Massive Tourism a. For People b. For Government III. Disadvantages of Massive Tourism a. Diseases b. Effect on the Culture i. Tradition ii. Language iii. Life Style c. Effect on the Environment IV. Conclusion V. Sources Introduction In...
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  • the advantages and disadvantages of adventure
    Adventure Tourism is a term that is not easily defined. For one thing, different people will have different ideas of what is “adventure”. For one person, “adventure” may be something as simple as camping outside in a tent, or walking through a wilderness area for an hour. For another, this would be...
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  • Sex Tourism
    Sex Tourism Contents 1. Introduction 2. Sex tourism destination 3. How sex tourism became famous in Thailand. 4. How sex tourism became famous in India 5. Advantages and Disadvantages of sex tourism. 6. Conclusion SEX TOURISM 1. Introduction Sex tourism is travel to engage in...
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  • Entertainment Project
    Plan Type: Block Method Title: To have various types of entertainments in Fiji, examine the advantages and disadvantages of these on the people in Fiji. Introduction Context: Entertainment may provide fun, enjoyable and laughter but in the other hand it has its drawbacks. Subject: Fiji is...
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  • Case Study
    dependents | 2% | 2% | 2% | 3% | Previous Visitation | | | | | First-time | 47% | 44% | 51% | 42% | Repeat | 53% | 56% | 49% | 58% | Source: Tourism Whistler Seasonal Visitor Surveys http://events.whistler.com/about-whistler/statistics-and-research/ Target Markets With the majority of Whistler's...
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  • Operations
    Understanding the concept of Globalisation. * Liberalisation and Privatisation. * Different approaches to Globalisation. * Learning the advantages and disadvantages of Globalisation. * How has liberalisation and privatisation affected Globalisation? * How does Globalisation influence the Indian...
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  • international travel
    “Asylum seekers, refugees and low-skilled immigrants are crating overcrowding, fuelling community tensions and putting pressure on the NHS” (National Health Service).Mark Harper (the immigration minister) emphasize the importance of protecting Britain’s public services and ban those who come to United Kingdom...
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  • Cheap Air Travel
    Cheap air travel is increasingly popular around the world. To what extent do you think the advantages of this trend outweigh the disadvantage? In contemporary society, it is an interesting phenomenon that cheap air travel is becoming increasingly popular. Yet at the same time, people have different...
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  • Tourism in The Bahamas
    without branching into other areas of tourism? The tourism industry today is big business for a country, it is the number one industry of the Bahamas. It is the migration of individuals from one place to another for a short period of time. There are two types of tourism, domestic and foreign. People travel...
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