• Future of Travel
    distribution channel for reaching the consumer, i.e., the luxury traveller) and suppliers (including airlines, cruise lines, hotels, etc.) took place in Singapore and New York. The luxury travel industry and the luxury sector Initial results show that the luxury travel industry follows the same trends as...
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  • Medical Tourism
    Nehru University and Imrana Qadeer (imranaqadeer@gmail.com) retired from JNU. Medical Tourism in India: Progress or Predicament? Sunita Reddy, Imrana Qadeer It is estimated that the size of the medical tourism market in the country will be Rs 1,95,000 crore in 2012. Based on a literature review...
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  • Staffing for Sia
    Understanding Human Resource Planning Through Singapore Airlines’ Staffing Ability For its Strategic Objectives Over the Next Five Years References 2010, ‘DATAMONITOR: Singapore Airlines Limited’, Singapore Airlines, Ltd. SWOT Analysis, May, pp 1-9 Dessler, Griffiths & Lloyd-Walker 2007...
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  • Wildlife Tourism
    Wildlife tourism can be an eco and animal friendly tourism, usually showing animals in their natural habitat. In wildlife tourism nature is one of the main product ingredients. Wildlife tourism is an important part of the tourism industries in many countries including many African and South American...
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  • Impacts of Tourism in Malaysian Economy
    IMPACT OF TOURISM TO MALAYSIA ECONOMY The significant role played by the tourist industry in Malaysia can be traced from its earliest developments. This is because in comparison with other South-EastAsian states such as Indonesia and Thailand for instance, Malaysia was less developed in the tourist...
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  • PRESENTATION ON MALAYSIA MICE INDUSTRY
    divided into Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia ( Sabah and Sarawak) Kalimantan (Indonesia) 13 States, neighbouring countries include Singapore, Thailand, Brunei and Indonesia. Economic Transformation Plan (ETP) 3 Malaysia’s Events Strategy Achieve developed nation status by ...
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  • Mental Health Essay
    Issues: It may seem at first that Medical Tourism is doing the world a favour by clearing the backlogged waiting lists for certain procedures without having to expand the local capacity that is in demand. (1). It is also proposed by supporters of Medical tourism that by bringing tourists into the country...
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  • Quantas Industry Analysis
    increase in overseas passengers in the early years of the analysis was a consequence of the promotion of Australia as a tourism destination, increasing affluence in major inbound tourism markets, increases in the number of carriers servicing the market and the relative decline in the value of the Australian...
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  • Hotel Industry in Malasia
    Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), and bird flu. All this had caused a significant impact on the travel and tourism industry in Malaysia. The numbers of inbound and outbound tourists have been decreasing due to an avoidance of travel. Tourism arrivals to Malaysia dropped from 13.29 million in 2002 to 10.58 million...
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  • Factors Affect Chinese Outbound Tourism
    Introduction With the development of Chinese tourism market, the outbound tourism has attracted more and more attention in recent years and it has recently drawn much research attention in the academic community. Research reports that outbound tourism in China began in the early 1980s: the first stage...
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  • Tourism Langkawi
    1.0 INTRODUCTION Evolution of travel and tourism at PULAU LANGKAWI. The purpose we choose LANGKAWI as a tourism place for our group assignment because it’s smaller islands, has a legendary reputation, with many places where myth and natural beauty seem to coincide. Many of its legends are all the more...
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  • Singapore
    Yet, on 18 April 2005, the Singapore government announced its decision to proceed with the construction of two Integrated Resorts which would include casino gaming facilities. This decision, hardly possible a few years earlier, effectively ended the casino ban in Singapore. Drawing largely upon available...
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  • Econs
    three times the rate for Japan’s. Indeed, China’s savings rate is 15 percentage points above the GDP-weighted average for Asia as a region. Frugality’s impact is compounded— and in many ways produced—by structural features that restrict consumption’s share of the national income, which is only 56 percent...
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  • Incredible India
    Marketing Campaign Tourism is a major industry in India and the Ministry of Tourism launched a campaign to promote Incredible India as a tourist destination in 2002.[2] The phrase "Incredible India" was adopted as a slogan by the ministry. Before 2002, the Indian government regularly formulated policies...
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  • Ecotourism
    Sustainable Tourism Challenges for the Philippines Sustainable Tourism Challenges for the Philippines Edited by Ramon Benedicto A. Alampay Copyright 2005 By the Philippine APEC Study Center Network (PASCN) and the Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS) Printed in the...
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  • Tourism and the Benefits It Brings
    English for Hospitality and Tourism Assignment 1 – Individual Written Project “Tourism and the Benefits it brings” Class of / Group: BH6 / G1 Name: Ribka Marchella Limantara Student ID: 0309243 Date of Submission: 8th November, 2012 Lecturer: Ms. Audrey Lee The tourism industry is the “fourth...
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  • Intentional to Deal with the Evaluation of Macro-and Micro-Environment for the Analysis of Manor House Country Hotel.
    which derived from the corresponding theories and focused for the next two years. INTRODUCTION The Manor House Country Hotel is located in Singapore for preceding 11 years created by reinvesting the profit gained from year to year. This began in 1992 in family ownership, is of Jenkins. This hotel...
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  • Incredible India
    INCREDIBLE INDIA!! Tourism is a major industry in India and the Ministry of Tourism launched a campaign to promote Incredible India as a tourist destination in 2002.[2] The phrase "Incredible India" was adopted as a slogan by the ministry. Before 2002, the Indian government regularly formulated policies...
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  • Course Outline
    their culture while providing deep meaning for those who participate and attend (Goldblatt, 2011). Festival also able to increasingly linked with tourism to generate business activity and income for their host community (Allen et al., 2011). The Hungry Ghost Festival is a time of strange rituals and...
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  • Tourism Crisis Management Framework the Thai
    Tourism Crisis Management Framework: The Thai Experience Pongsak Hoontakul, DBA Senior Research Fellow Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University Sasa Patasala Building, Soi Chulalongkorn 12(2), Phyathai Road, Bangkok 10330, Thailand. Tel: (662) 954 1689 Email:...
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