• Aunthenticity in Tourism
    culture and provides the tourists with MacCannell’s “staged authenticity” of the cultural event. Like Cohen, Boissevain does not consider tourism a mass deception, even when traditional celebrations have had to hire outsiders to maintain their existence. It helps persevere a declining tradition. Like...
    Premium 1220 Words 5 Pages
  • Global Culture
    been developed rapidly, because of cultural globalization (Bickle&Harrill, citied in Ren, 2010). However, the residents argue that tourism is one factor of destroying local cultures, but Bickle&Harrill state that “tourism can develop their district dialect and tradition, and develop economy...
    Premium 987 Words 4 Pages
  • Tourism
    cultural change. Successful development of a resource can lead to numerous negative impacts. Among these are overdevelopment, assimilation, conflict, and artificial reconstruction. While presenting a culture to tourists may help preserve the culture, it can also dilute or even destroy it. The point...
    Premium 1235 Words 5 Pages
  • Cultural Tourism in Rajasthan
    has positive impacts if it is well managed. It can destroy the heritage if it is not well organised. It works as a double edge sword. There are different types of tourism such as culinary tourism, disaster tourism, eco-tourism, space tourism, medical (health) tourism, heritage (cultural) tourism...
    Premium 952 Words 4 Pages
  • What Tourism Gives To Ladakh
    Srinagar. Tourism in this region has flourished in the last 2 decades. This region can only provide the original setup, original setup consists of landscape, climate, religion, local tradition, socio-cultural structures and buildings. We observe that tourists visit Ladakh for the following purposes 1...
    Premium 1135 Words 5 Pages
  • Nat Sci
    countries It is often argued that the traditions in the country host is weakened under the influence of tourism. There is often a loss of identity harvest resulting in tourist facilities and accommodation. This loss of identity due to tourism often destroys intimate, personal, friendly and...
    Premium 952 Words 4 Pages
  • Cultural Tourism
    famous for cultural tourism in India, for it shows the Dravidian tradition and culture. It has many temples which mirror the rich cultural heritage of India. Uttar Pradesh has a lot of tourist places which also testify to the rich culture of the country. The most famous monument is the Taj Mahal in Agra...
    Premium 1142 Words 5 Pages
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Tourism 2
    . On the one hand, tourism can cause great damage to the country, both economic and cultural. For infrastructure construction, hotels and more are allocated a lot of money, but sometimes, these costs do not justify itself. Such often occurs in unpopular countries for traveling or in places where too...
    Premium 417 Words 2 Pages
  • The Cultural Impacts of Tourism on the Host Communities
    On the other hand large hotel chain restaurants often import food to satisfy foreign visitors and rarely employ local staff for senior management positions, preventing local farmers and workers from reaping the benefit of their presence. Tourism has the power to affect cultural change...
    Premium 251 Words 2 Pages
  • Business Ethic
    and air ports, and of tourism facilities, including resorts, hotels, restaurants, shops, golf courses and marinas. The negative impact of tourism development can gradually destroy environmental resources on which it depends. On the other hand, tourism has the potential to create beneficial effects on...
    Premium 496 Words 2 Pages
  • Cultural tourism
    , festivals and events, folk and ethnic art all can become tourist attractions and services, because they are now performed or “staged” for tourist consumption. This commoditization is believed to destroy or take away from local culture because instead of carrying on local cultural traditions for...
    Premium 2451 Words 10 Pages
  • Commodification Impacts on Tourism
    meant a major loss of clientele for the small businesses in Puerto Plata. In what has been called “cultural tourism” local food, traditions, crafts, performances, and historical sights are packaged into “products.” Some say that local cultures are changed when they are transformed into “tourist...
    Premium 2516 Words 11 Pages
  • Soci-Cultural Impacts of Tourism
    19TH FEBUARY 2013 Tourism is a social, cultural and economic trend which entails the movement of people to countries or places outside their usual environment for personal or business purposes. These people are called visitors and tourism has to do with their activities, some of which imply...
    Premium 2909 Words 12 Pages
  • Sustainable Tourissm
    these three principles will “do well by doing good”. This means running a tourism business in such a way that it doesn’t destroy natural, cultural, or economic resources, but rather encourages an appreciation of the very resources that tourism is dependent on. A business that is run on these three...
    Premium 1350 Words 6 Pages
  • Good
    travels in Chiang Rai. Nowadays communication is not only being able to communicate in second languages, but third languages are necessary for communication. Thai people can learn new languages through the expression by learning new culture and tradition of foreigner tourists by tourism. Moreover, Thai...
    Premium 1537 Words 7 Pages
  • the agri-tourism in batangas province
    , heritage and traditions through personal contact with the local people. 􀂃 Agri-Tourism/Farm Site - is a working farm producing and/or showcasing raw and/or processed products. 􀂃 Farm Resort - are farms that offer accommodation and dining services, for the purpose of participating in or enjoying...
    Premium 1582 Words 7 Pages
  • A Qualitative Assessment on How Cultural Villages Influence Tourism Development in South Africa
    visit to museums and historical sites. To synthesize the above definitions, it is concluded that cultural tourism is a movement of people who seek to experience the traditions and culture of the local destinations (Sigala & Leslie, 2005). 2. Guest-host relation (Interaction between hosts and...
    Premium 2093 Words 9 Pages
  • Ielts
    tourism, they will die. In the following paragraphs, I shall discuss both sides of the argument.   We have to make these cultural traditions alluring for tourists because we need tourists. Firstly, tourism boosts our economy and secondly we get a chance to spread our culture to different countries...
    Premium 9881 Words 40 Pages
  • Tourism Planning
    involved in the selling of tourist packages in the advent of cultural tourism in another it fails to distinguish between the very different economic origins and significances of touring and travelling: a business traveler is something different to a business tourist – the latter is set apart by his...
    Premium 2537 Words 11 Pages
  • tourism economics
    overdevelopment, assimilation, conflict, and artificial reconstruction. While presenting a culture to tourists may help preserve the culture, it can also dilute or even destroy it. The point is to promote tourism in the region so that it would both give incomes and create respect for the local tradition and...
    Premium 752 Words 4 Pages