• Tourism in Singapore
     CASE STUDY IN TRAVEL, HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM Tourism in Singapore 6 May 2013 Table of Contents 1 Introduction The Singapore Tourist Promotion Board was first established in 1964 with the mandate to promote Singapore as a tourist destination. We began work with a small...
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  • How to Boost Tourism
    boost tourism in Singapore? (Taking into consideration of hotel and food & beverage) table of contents 1. Introduction 2. Singapore Tourism Board (STB) 3. Overview of the trend of Singapore’s tourism 4. The impacts of tourism in Singapore perspective 5. Current situation of Singapore tourism...
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  • Culture
    1. DEFINING CULTURE & TOURISM Culture is defined as the “shared beliefs, customs, way of life, value systems, language in a particular group or a country” (Temasek Polytechnic, 2011). Tourism is defined as the “activities of persons travelling to and staying in places outside their usual environment...
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  • Tourism Can Be a Double-Edged Sword for a Country. Discuss
    Tourism refers to the activities of tourists, people who visit places for pleasure, and the industry that caters to their needs. It can be a double-edged sword for a country to a certain extent due to its advantages as well as its disadvantages. The advantages are economic, cultural and environmental...
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  • Intro to Hospitality and Tourism
    Hospitality and Tourism Report INTRODUCTION 1. PURPOSE To come out with an action plan that will ensure the company to be relevant and competitive as ever by analysing the following two issues: Impacts of tourism in Singapore and trends, issues and challenges facing the tourism industry...
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  • Sustainable toursim
    Introduction Sustainable Tourism can be best described as tourism that considers its economic (future and current), environmental and social impacts, coveting to the needs of the host communities, environment and visitors, that are defined as sustainable tourism (UNWTO, 2005) and the protection,...
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  • Geography- tourism
    Tourism 1) Background and Trends 2) Reasons for growth in Tourism 3) Impacts of growth in Tourism 4) Sustainable Tourism 5) Approaches to Sustainable Tourism 1) Background and Trends Tourists: Persons travelling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one...
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  • Sustainable Tourism
    the World Tourism Organization (WTO), tourism comprises the activities of persons travelling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business, and other purposes. Key concepts of sustainable development and sustainable tourism, values...
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  • Sustainable Tourism
    Sustainable Tourism. Content Page. 1. Introduction | 3 | 2. Sustainable Tourism and Development | 3 | i. Economically | 4 | ii. Ecologically | 4 | iii. Socio-Cultural | 5 | 3. Market Economics and Market Failure | 5 | i. Inter and Intra-Generational Equity | 7 | 4. Values...
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  • Business Research
    "THE IMPEDIMENTS SINGAPORE RUN INTO ON TOURISM GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT"  Cover Page Declaration of originality This is to certify that the work is entirely my own and not of any other person, unless explicitly acknowledged (including citation of published and unpublished sources). The work has...
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  • Singapore and Food
    1.1 Singapore and Her Cuisine Singapore has three main ethnic groups: the Chinese, Malay and Indian. Each ethnic group has its original cuisine which has its own unique flavour and characteristics. These diverse cuisines make up the Singapore Cuisine, with famous dishes ranging from Hainanese Chicken...
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  • Comparative Study
    Between the Tourism Industry in Washington, DC and Cairo Introduction This research is for the purpose of comparing the tourism in Washington DCMetropolitan area and its impact on the local economy to the tourism in greater Cairo and the impact of the tourism on the local economy. The tourism in the Washington...
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  • Term Paper
    Term Paper International Tourism Policy and Planning (Singapore) Collected By Yuwadee Kronghinrach 5031205064 Charinee Suwanna 5131205014 Pongsak Sodsri 5131205031 Pronhatai Chuankid 5131205035 Suparat Tannarin 5131205059 Sarocha Chee 5131205061 Soraya Kumchoo 5131205073 Kanokwan...
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  • Singapore in tourism
    3 1 Tourism in Singapore: An Overview of Policies and Issues Brenda S.A. Yeoh, Tan Ern Ser, Jennifer Wang and Theresa Wong The management of tourism in Singapore has undergone various changes over the decades. The adoption of different policies and strategies aimed at promoting and championing...
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  • Sports Event Formula One
    htm IJEFM 1,1 Sports events and tourism: the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix 60 Joan C. Henderson Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Ken Foo Grand Hyatt Hotel, Singapore Hermes Lim Hilton Hotels, Singapore, and Serene Yip Resorts World at Sentosa/Universal...
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  • Visitor Management
    summary Tourism overcrowding always happen when a large number of visitors visit same destination. The Siloso Beach in Sentosa Resort, a famous beach in Singapore, is a destination that overcrowded temporary during holiday and festival. Overcrowding at Siloso Beach has caused multiple negative impacts. Pollution...
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  • Mass Tourism Singapore
    the visited destination chosen, and cause impacts to the locals reside in the country of visit. (Mehmetoglu 2004) The objective of the article is to identify mass tourism and special interest tourism, and how the individual will affect and impact the tourism industry. The scope of the essay will be...
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  • Globalisation
    Globalization has brought much benefits, and negatives. Its need for manpower is now much more than what institutions can provide (Thangavelu, 2010). This article examines the positives and negatives that globalisation brings, so as to benefit from it, and discusses how the welfare of the workforce is...
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  • Assiment
    TMC ACADEMY - SCHOOL OF HOSPITALITY & TOURISM HIGHER DIPLOMA IN HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT Validated and Certified by CIE Tourism Planning & Development ASSIGNMENT (Written report) – June 2011 Full Name: ________________________________________________________ Student ID No & (Tel No/E-mail):...
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  • Convention Tourism Being Saturated?
    conventions and meetings industry has been recognized as one of the most important contributor in tourism industry. It is speedily developing with a significant contribution to both business and leisure-related tourism (Rogers, 2008). Despite the rapid growth, the industry remains the same as creating social...
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