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  • Travel and Tourism
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  • Business Tourism as Industry Driver
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  • Sustainable Tourism
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  • Tourism Feasibility
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  • Tourism in India
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  • Mass Tourism
    *Done By: Amer Al-Baba *Grade:9C II. Essay: Travel was once a luxury for the rich who had a large amount of income to be able to travel a long way. But through the development of technology and means of transportation, travel has become an essential need of human society. Fro
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  • Space
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  • Commodifying Tourism
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  • Indian Tourism
    As a result of scientific developments the distances have been reduced and vast world has become unified and cohesive. Man has conquered time and space and has made the world short. On account of very fast and safe means of travel, a man can have breakfast in delhi,lunch in Mumbai and dinner at Kolk
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  • Travel and Tourism Sector
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  • Tourism and Hospitality Marketing
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  • Fundamentals of Hospitality and Tourism Management
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  • Recriutmet and Selection Nepal Tourism Board
    Study Background People are our most valuable asset is a cliché which no member of any senior management team would disagree with. Yet, the reality for many organizations is that their people remain under valued, under trained, under utilized, poorly motivated, and consequently perform well below
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  • Cultural and Heritage Tourism in Gisborne
    Cultural heritage tourism is possibly the ‘oldest’ of the new tourism phenomena. It can be seen as offering something more or different to both the tourist and the community. Heritage is significant to different communities, groups and individuals depending on their value and attitudes and the n
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  • Determinants of Tourism Destination
    Recent conceptual work on tourism destination competitiveness has proposed a comprehensive approach that adds industry-level competitiveness attributes to more conventional tourism destination attributes. This study builds on these ideas by generating sets of both attributes, developing a metho
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  • Tourism
    B. A. PROGRAMME APPLICATION COURSES TOURISM Convenor & Coordinator : Prof. K.V. Bhanumurthy Joint Coordinator : Dr. Abha Mathur 1 Tourism Course Objective The application course aims to familiarize the students with a brief background of tourism, its concepts, developme
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  • Tourism in Dubai: Overcoming Barriers
    INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TOURISM RESEARCH Int. J. Tourism Res. 8, 87–99 (2006) Published online in Wiley InterScience (www.interscience.wiley.com) DOI: 10.1002/jtr.557 Tourism in Dubai: Overcoming Barriers to Destination Development Joan C. Henderson* Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technolog
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  • Political Tourism
    “An ugly thing, that is what you are when you become a tourist, an ugly, empty thing, a stupid thing, a piece of rubbish pausing here and there to gaze at this and taste that, and it will never occur to you that the people who inhabit the place in which you have just paused cannot stand you,” wr
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