"Tourism Destroy Culture" Essays and Research Papers

  • Tourism Destroy Culture

    from local bakery (or prepared at home). During the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, the eating patterns change to: sehri and iftar. It is considered proper to eat only with the right hand as per Islamic tradition (also a tradition in many other Asian cultures). Many Pakistani families, particularly when guests are too many to fit at a table, eat sitting at a cloth known as dastarkhwan which is spread out on the floor. In NWFP, many street eateries serve food on a takht, in a style similar to Iran & Afghanistan...

    Government of Pakistan, Hockey World Cup, Leisure 4097  Words | 13  Pages

  • Tourism and Culture

    Culture and tourism 1. Culture and Tourism 1.1 Definition Culture comprises of “the beliefs, behaviors, objects, and other characteristics common to the members of a particular group or society” (1). Through culture, people discover their true identity, adapt to social norms and play a vital part in contributing to the society. Therefore, culture consists of several aspects of the society such as language, values, customs, norms, and so on. On the other hand, tourism consists of the practice...

    Culture, Ethnic group, Globalization 1543  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tourism: Culture and Primary Products

    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 10. Cruises 11. Package programs 12. Seasonal employment                                    "Disadvantages of tourism" Disadvantages (depending upon implementation some of these can...

    Culture, Economics, Economy 533  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tourism

    Advantages and Disadvantages of Tourism Tourism is the act of travel for the purpose of not only recreation, but also the provision of services for this act. It might occupy local services such as entertainment, accommodation and catering for tourists. It may seem, that tourism brings only benefits, but further consideration shows that it also has disadvantages. Firstly, many countries depend heavily upon travel expenditures by foreigners as a source of taxation and as a source of income for...

    Natural environment, Tourism, Unemployment 1213  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tourism

    What is Tourism? Tourism includes several social practices. All these have the small common characteristic that they are different and they are a 'departure' from normal life. These characteristics help us to define tourism, which according to the W.T.O (World Trade Organization) is the movement of people away from their normal routine of residence and work for a period of not less than 24 hours and not more than 1 year. Tourism is a free time activity because it gets along with its opposite,...

    Gay, Gay community, Gay pride 2286  Words | 7  Pages

  • Culture, Hospitality and Tourism

    Culture, Hospitality and Tourism The word “culture” cannot be defined with a precise and singular definition. In fact, Raymond Williams, a leading cultural theorist, pointed out “Culture is one of the two or three most complicated words in the English language” (Williams 1983:87). There are more than one hundred definitions of culture depending upon the various academic disciplines, ranging from literacy studies to anthropology and sociology. Different scholars have different views about what...

    Culture, Globalization, Hospitality industry 2541  Words | 7  Pages

  • How Tourism Promote Culture of Peace

    Tourism: Component of Peace “I have watched the cultures of all lands blow around my house and other winds have blown the seeds of peace, for travel is the language of peace.” .. . Mahatma Gandhi Does tourism promote culture of peace? The tourism has become the important industry in the developing countries for the economic development. Tourism appears to be one of the few economic sectors able to guide a number of developing countries to higher levels of prosperity and for some to leave...

    Economic inequality, Economy, Geotourism 1505  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tourism

    HOW TOURISM CAN CONTRIBUTE TO SOCIO-CULTURAL CONSERVATION Negative socio-cultural impacts from tourism How tourism can contribute to socio-cultural development Tourism can contribute to positive developments, not just negative impacts. It has the potential to promote social development through employment creation, income redistribution and poverty alleviation. Other potential positive impacts of tourism include: Tourism as a force for peace Traveling brings people into contact with each other...

    Bali, Culture, Indigenous peoples 848  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tourism

    Government of Nepal has declared to celebrate the year 2011 as "Nepal Tourism Year 2011" and has lunched the slogan "Together for Tourism" for it. The tourism trade Organizations and the stake holders like us have already accepted the Program and are eagerly awaited to welcome the targeted One Million Foreign Tourists and the Internal Tourists in similar numbers. The whole year will be celebrated by exposing the History, Culture, Nature and Adventure of the country. Visitors can observe various cultural...

    Nepal, Tourism, World Tourism Organization 1113  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tourism

    In earlier days meaning of tourism was basic but now a day’s scenario is totally changed now as discussed by poon (1993) interest of tourists has diverted from popular destinations to more specific and virgin locations to meet their individual needs. These tourists are more adventurous, more experienced, travel for fun, independent and with more cash in their accounts. Special interest tourism is new concept of tourism where there are additions in the type of tourism. Now days it is being created...

    Cultural tourism, Government of India, Heritage tourism 2075  Words | 6  Pages

  • tourism

    financially from tourism. However, tourism in LEDCs needs to be carefully managed to prevent harm to the environment and disruption to local communities. Economic effects First and foremost, money travelling into countries through tourism can lead to the establishment of some morally questionable activity. To name a few, tourist hotspots in developing countries are often rife with theft problems, maimed beggars and prostitution. The inflaming of these issues as a result of increased tourism is an obvious...

    Tourism, World Tourism Organization 988  Words | 3  Pages

  • Global Culture

    Globalization of culture has negative effects that result in the disintegration of local cultures and the loss of cultural diversity in the world. Name: DENG Sili(Samuel) Class: 5A EFS Date: T9 2010 Cultural Globalization Currently, cultural globalization has become a primary trend of development, because of the development of communication and technology; therefore culture can be easily communicated. With the development of cultural globalization, the negative consequences of globalization...

    Cultural anthropology, Culture, Globalization 987  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tourism

    Tourism is defined as people traveling and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes not interrelated to the exercise of an activity rewarded from within the place visited. Tourism is mainly popular as a global freedom activity. Tourism can bring many economic and social benefits. Countries can promote their self internationally by making their environment pleasant for tourist to appreciate. Promotion of tourism...

    Cruise ship, England, Sovereign state 835  Words | 3  Pages

  • Impact of Tourism

    Tourism, as in other industries, has three interconnected aspects: environment, socio-cultural, and economic. Discuss the positive and negative impacts of tourism in relation to these areas. Tourism is defined as ‘the temporary movement of people to destinations beyond their normal place of work and residence; the activities undertaken while there; and the facilities created to meet their needs.’ (Bliss & Pain 2005, p. 295) Now in our world tourism is the fastest growing industry. In 2002 more...

    Natural environment, Tourism, World Tourism Organization 1608  Words | 5  Pages

  • Cultural Tourism in Rajasthan

    LITRATURE REVIEW Tourism is the largest sector of the world. It brings income for a country as well as help to preserve the world heritage. We can say that tourism is playing an important role to provide work for people. Tourism makes a person to away from his home and to do activities. Tourism means travelling to the sites for holiday, business, study, leisure, relaxation etc. “Tourism comprises the activities of persons travelling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for...

    Bikaner, Jaipur, Madhya Pradesh 952  Words | 3  Pages

  • tourism

    HANOI TOURISM INDUSTRY RESEARCH PROJECT Group 1 September 25th, 2013 CONTENTS I. Introduction II. Opportunities and Threats III. Major competitors & Competition in HANOI IV. The survey results V. Keys finding VI. Recommendation VII. Conclusion I. Introduction: Although many of us have been "tourists" at some point in our lives, defining what tourism actually is can be difficult. Tourism is the activities of persons traveling to and staying...

    Tourism, World Tourism Organization 1418  Words | 7  Pages

  • Tourism

    Tourism Since the beginning of human civilisation, travelling has always excited people. Most people are very keen on exploration and travelling to new parts of the world. There are many different reasons why people choose to go on a journey: meeting new people, observing different cultures, seeking better climate and trying different food are just few of the reasons. But can there really only be a positive side of tourism? This essay will explore the negative sides of tourism. 1) Compare...

    Backpacker, Backpacking, Culture 1062  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tourism

    : Paul Stolk Today, increase in the discretionary leisure time and disposable income of the society has undoubtedly created tourism boom in many countries. As soon as tourism industry is measured as a fundamental factor in improving the economy, local governments and other corporations in a destination have shifted their focus towards creation of more tourism attractions in order to compete with related destinations on targeted markets. In the olden days, people who travelled with the leisure...

    Entertainment, Event management, Event planning 2260  Words | 7  Pages

  • Sustainable Tourism

    defined by 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 and ethics of sustainable tourism and the needs of sustainability in all form of tourism shall be discussed in this essay. 2.1 Sustainable Tourism Since World War II, tourism has developed from...

    Biodiversity, Ecology, Natural capital 2314  Words | 7  Pages

  • Aunthenticity in Tourism

    According to Theobald (1998:411) authenticity means genuine, unadulterated or the real thing. In modern times tourism is frequently accused of destroying authenticity ((a notion which is problematic in its own term), through commoditization of cultures, such as festivals, dance rituals and food which is produced for monetary gain. The definition of authenticity is debatable by many academics; I will try to explore their views on this subject in this essay. MacCannell, in The Tourist (1999), portrayed...

    Tourism 1220  Words | 4  Pages

  • tourism

    If Africa is to be successful in competing in the international tourism market, standards of excellence must be introduced. In order for Africa to facilitate progress in implementing good tourism development there are key issues facing the continent that need to be addressed. These issues are; Comprehensive government policies for tourism, Public health and safety, Capacity building, Infrastructure, Environmental mitigation and protection. State capacity-building is a critical aspect of...

    Africa, African Development Bank, Development 1776  Words | 9  Pages

  • Impact of Tourism on Local Communities

    Although tourism is a very profitable business, it can have a damaging effect on local communities. To what extent do you agree or disagree? Give reasons for your answer and include any examples from your own knowledge or experience. Over the decades, tourism has experienced continued growth and deepening ‎diversification to become one of the fastest growing economic sectors in the world. This development has definitely brought about both benefits and drawbacks and this essay aims to highlight both...

    Atlantic Ocean, Bahamas, Bahamians 860  Words | 3  Pages

  • Singapore tourism

    Introduction Tourism is an industry that rely on tourism resources and tourism facilities to provide tourists travel tour. It is known as smokeless industry and sunshine industry. Travel business is composed of three parts: tourism, transportation industry and accommodation industry. They are the three pillars of tourism industry. The tourism industry is very important for Singapore. It is one of Singapore’s economics pillar industry and contributors to the Singaporean economy. Tourism will help...

    Economics, Economy, Inflation 1665  Words | 9  Pages

  • tourism

    Abstract As we know, 2014 is the year of “Visit Malaysia” for our country. “Visit Malaysia” is the nation biggest and grandest tourism celebration with Malaysia Truly Asia’s endless wonders of event, festivals and activities all-year round. Visit Malaysia Year (VMY) was first launched in 1990 with theme “Fascinating Malaysia, Year of Festival”. The campaign was a huge success with Malaysia charting 7.4 million in tourist arrivals compared to 4.8 million in 1989. To enable tourist recognize Malaysia...

    Destination hotel, Hospitality industry, Hotel 1006  Words | 4  Pages

  • What Tourism Gives To Ladakh

    What Tourism Gives to Ladakh? Ladakh is an interesting subject to study but its inaccessibility to us and sort of a disinterest for it among us Kashmiri students makes it a challenging and a daunting task to have a thorough research conducted on it. It was obviously not so easy for a research scholar like me to go for a study on Ladakh. Primary focus of research was tourism and impact of tourism on Ladakhi society. Ladakh proved to be a great subject for the research program due to its potential...

    Culture, Kashmir, Ladakh 1135  Words | 3  Pages

  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Tourism.

    Tourism can be a blessing to a country but it is by no means an unmixed blessing.” Discuss By: L6E1 Tourism is the world’s largest and fastest growing industry and can be defined as the totality of the relationship and phenomenon arising from travel and education purposes of people, provided the stay does not imply the establishment of a permanent residence and is not connected with remunerated activity. While it may boost a country’s economy, doubts about the overall benefits...

    Economy, England, Tourism 1563  Words | 5  Pages

  • "The promotion of tourism is a bane, not a boon". Discuss.

    "The promotion of tourism is a bane, not a boon." Discuss. Tourism is an industry which belongs to the service sector. It provides services which enables people to visit, explore and learn about another country. People are brought to see natural or man-made attractions, sample local cuisine and experience life in a foreign country. Tourism is also a fast growing industry as people are generally more affluent and are able and willing to pay for overseas holidays. People are also more interested...

    Culture, Tourism, World Tourism Organization 1114  Words | 3  Pages

  • Eco-tourism

    Goals of Eco-tourism BY NICK MARK CLASS 13 February 2013 Goals of Eco-tourism Eco-tourism is now the world traveling development tidal current, Eco-tourism, is so called "Ecology Tourism". In dictionary, it is defined as tourism to ecosystems to observe wildlife or to help preserve nature. It means we should have ecologic awareness when we are traveling. To protect the environment, and to protect animals that are in danger. Why should we do this? Because the tourist and traveling...

    Cyprus, Developed country, Developing country 1227  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tourism

    Tourism Tourism is the act of travel for the purpose of recreation and business, and the provision of services for this act. Tourists are persons who are "travelling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes not related to the exercise of an activity remunerated from within the place visited" (official UNWTO definition). A more comprehensive definition would be that tourism is a service industry. Many...

    Cultural tourism, Dark tourism, Geotourism 941  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tourism

    of Intramuros perceive the negative impacts of tourism more than the positive ones. Why tourism has failed to create perceived ... 2. Top Philippine World Heritage Sites - Department of Tourism www.tourism.gov.ph › Site Pages - Isalin ang pahinang ito Department of Tourism > Site Pages > top10sitetogo ... Norte; Nuestra Señora dela Asunción in Santa Maria, Ilocos Sur; and San Agustin in Intramuros, Manila. 3. [PDF]  R.A. 9593 - Department of Tourism www.tourism.gov.ph/.../RA%209593.pdf - Isalin...

    Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Region, Manila 1548  Words | 6  Pages

  • Tourism ]

    By: Anne Vilagut Tourism The French define tourism as "the art to satisfy the most diverse aspirations which invite man to move out of his daily universe." The Webster's dictionary defines tourism as "the guiding or managing of tourists; the promotion or encouragement of touring: the accommodation of tourists." Both definitions are apt for tourism. The private sector of tourism includes lodging, food, transportation, recreation facilities, attractions, travel agents, and tour operators. These...

    Tourism, World Tourism Organization 1138  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tourism

    Tourism: Principles, Practices, Philosophies Part Five: Essentials of Tourism Research and Marketing Learning Objectives • Become familiar with the marketing mix and be able to formulate the best mix for a particular travel product. • Appreciate the importance of the relationship between the marketing concept and product planning and development. • Understand the vital relationship between pricing and marketing. • Know about distribution systems and how this marketing principle can best be applied...

    Market segmentation, Marketing, Marketing mix 514  Words | 4  Pages

  • Culture

    trajectories. One such new trajectory is the concern with national culture. Whereas traditional IB research has been concerned with economic/legal issues and organizational forms and structures, the importance of national culture – broadly defined as values, beliefs, norms, and behavioural patterns of a national group – has become increasingly important in the last two decades, largely as a result of the classic work of Hofstede (1980). National culture has been shown to impact on major business activities,...

    Cross-cultural communication, Cultural anthropology, Culture 1280  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tourism

    International tourism Name: Institution: Nature of independent travel Independent travel in tourism is where a tourist does not involve a tour guide or does not have a set of activities or a plan. It is an important sector of worldwide tourism, and a growing sector ruling out package travelling. A package traveler is a person who has booked his or her air travel and accommodation and perhaps other elements of the vacation through a travel retailer. According to...

    Decision making, Tourism, Travel 1120  Words | 4  Pages

  • special topic in tourism

    1.What are ‘leakages’ in tourism? How can you manage them? L4   2.What are the main threats to the environment associated with the development of tourism? How can this be managed sustainably? L2 Tourism has been accused that it destroys the environment it operates in while other believe that tourism may help protect and preserve fragile areas 1.Over Consumption of Water 2.Comparative Consumption An average city inhabitant of the Mediterranean region consumes about 250 lit per day in all...

    Biodiversity, Ecology, Economics 1248  Words | 7  Pages

  • Travel and Tourism of India

    Travel and Tourism of India: India has a varied landscape which helps the tourism industry to bloom, circulating money within the country as well as earning from the foreign tourists as well. The abundance of mountain ranges and the wide stretch of water bodies on all its three sides form numerous tourist destinations.  Experience exotic India live like a maharaja in the rich ambiance of royal forts and palaces that are now heritage hotels; luxuriate in the serene beauty of a coral island with its...

    Cultural tourism, Maldives, Tourism 2461  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tourism vs Local Society , Argumentative Essay

    Tourism Versus Local Society Academic English GEN 1135 Jane Tanuwijaya 302255 / S4 Indonesia is located in Southeast Asia, it the largest archipelago country in the world, it is composed of approximately 17508 islands, it has 33 provinces and over than 280 millions people (Tourism in Indonesia, Wikipedia). As the fourth most populated country in the world, in 1990s Indonesia starts to develop in the tourism and service Industry (Tourism Development in Indonesia, (n.d)). Now, Indonesia...

    Bali, Balinese people, Indonesia 1194  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tourism in New Orleans: History, Culture and Heritage Buildings

    been conquered by the French, Spanish and lastly the American which had left diversity in culture and also heritage buildings. Map of New Orleans: Famous tourism spots in New Orleans (USA Maps, 2012) The different cultures in New Orleans had led to multiple cultural events to take place in the city which includes dances and music festivals. It has given the opportunity for the city to rise as a tourism city. However, due to the climate of the city itself, the city is vulnerable to one of the...

    French Quarter, Hurricane Katrina, Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport 2987  Words | 7  Pages

  • tourism

    Issues in the Tourism Industry - Assignment Mark Sheet Name: Muhammad Rizwan Javed CTH number: 35312 Task Activity No. of Internal Marking CTH Marks Moderated Allocated / Final Mark First Internal Agreed marker Moderator/ Mark Second Marker Task 1: Critically evaluates trends in areas of urban and cultural tourism Secondary...

    Activity, Cultural tourism, Gospel of Mark 263  Words | 2  Pages

  • Impact of Tourism in Kenya

    Impact of tourism on Kenya Academic English Impact of Tourism in Kenya Tourism is the phenomenon arising from temporary visits (or stays away from home) outside the normal place of residence or usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business, and other purposes. Tourism implies that a person takes a journey, which can be of a day or various days, and that can be within a national boundary, which be classified as a domestic tourist trip or a journey which crosses...

    Great Rift Valley, Gross domestic product, Kenya 1208  Words | 4  Pages

  • community based tourism

    INTRODUCTION: At the beginning of the 21st century, a change was observed the tastes of tourists, who moved towards other forms of tourism. This could have been due to knowledge of new destinations, up until that point unexplored by tourists, and the search for a destination with greater focus on local customs, history, ethics and the particular culture of the destination. In this sense, cultural diversity is looked upon as a means of enriching the experience of increasingly active tourists who...

    Community, Local government, Sweden 2151  Words | 8  Pages

  • Eco-Tourism: the Future of Tourism

    In a newspaper article “Eco-tourism: It’s not easy being green”[1] dated in June, 2007, the author criticizing there are still ecological damages, especially the effect to the wild animals that accompanies the eco-tourism. It says, Eco-tourism, generally defined as “responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the welfare of local people”, is often misunderstood. And most of the travelers, even they are concerned about the environment of the places they visit...

    Ecology, Ecotourism, Environment 821  Words | 3  Pages

  • Backpacker Tourism in Poor Countries

    Backpacker Tourism in Poor Countries While most kinds of tourism attempt to attract tourists with luxurious accommodations and comfortable facilities, backpacker tourism differs from other tourism. According to Longman dictionary, the term backpacker or independent tourist means “someone who is traveling for pleasure, usually with not very much money, and who walks or uses public transport and carries a backpack” (Adamowicz et al., 2009, p.107). They move from one place to another rather than...

    Backpacking, England, Local food 962  Words | 3  Pages

  • Cultural Tourism

    Cultural Tourism 3 3. Where Can Cultural Tourism Be Found 3 4. Resources Required in Cultural Tourism 4 5. Businesses, Suppliers and Partners in Cultural Tourism 4 6. Target Audience 5 7. How it is attractive 5 8. Challenges and Issues 6 9. Possible Solutions 7 References 8 1. Introduction Cultural tourism is the topic that will be discussed on and the country of choice is Turkey. The resources, businesses, suppliers and partners that are involved with cultural tourism along with...

    Cultural tourism, Culture, Maldives 1656  Words | 6  Pages

  • tourism

    ACCOMMODATION Accommodation is one of the largest and fastest growing sectors in the tourism industry. This is the third largest group for employment and growth potential behind Food and Beverage Services and Recreation and Entertainment. Accommodation offers a wide variety of job opportunities, and if you enjoy making people feel "at home," this may be the perfect milieu for you. You can work at hotels, motels, inns, resorts, lodges, campgrounds, bed & breakfasts and time-share operations, to...

    Fast food, Food, Hospitality industry 1574  Words | 5  Pages

  • Heritage Tourism

    Macau has developed its tourism sector when there was a rapid growth on the gaming industry since the 70s. However, there is no longer a comprehensive tourism planning at that time. It was until 1980s, the Portuguese government has tried to preserve the cultural influence over Macau after 1999. By preserving the mixture of Eastern and Western cultures in Macau, it paved the way for the development of cultural tourism in Macau. Nowadays, the development of cultural heritage tourism is significantly successful...

    Cultural heritage, Heritage tourism, Macau 1386  Words | 4  Pages

  • International Tourism

    Nowadays, international tourism is the biggest industry in the world. Unfortunately, international tourism creates tension rather than understanding between people from different cultures. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion? Globalization makes the world seem smaller and encourages people's mobility on a global scale. International tourism which becomes increasingly popular, is considered both vitally important for a better mutual understanding between nations and harmful...

    Culture, The Culture, Tourism 709  Words | 3  Pages

  • tourism

    Tourist Satisfaction Level in Nanyuki, Kenya Mubia Juliah muthoni Kuc/BTM/5855/12 A research proposal submitted to department of hospitality and tourism, Karatina University, in partial fulfillment of the requirement of the course Research Methods and Data Analysis. September 2014 ...

    English-language films, Help me, Research 340  Words | 8  Pages

  • Travel & Tourism

    Travel & Tourism Tourism can bring many benefits to a destination. Tourism can positively impact an area’s economy, social cultural, and environment. At the same time, there can be negative effects to the economy, social cultural, and environment. The tourism industry is extremely large and continuously growing, which is why the impacts and effects weigh so heavily on a destination. Traveling and engaging in touristic pursuits are popular leisure activities. New trends emerge as tourism continues...

    Environment, Natural environment, Space tourism 1882  Words | 6  Pages

  • Tourism in Africa

    Tourism in Africa | May 2011 | Do the positive effects of tourism in Africa outweigh the negative effects? | Jo-Anne Mc Alister Student Number: 11028468 Lecturer: Avasha Rambiritch | Tourism in Africa Tourism is a fast growing economic industry, particularly in Africa, which, as a developing continent, has a vast amount of potential. Studies done have shown that tourism is a growing industry worldwide. It grows at an average of 10%-15% annually (Miller quoted in Wikipedia-Ecotourism...

    Africa, Agritourism, Culture 1758  Words | 5  Pages

  • Eco Tourism

    Eco-tourism is more than a catch phrase for nature loving travel and recreation. Eco-tourism is consecrated for preserving and sustaining the diversity of the world's natural and cultural environments. It accommodates and entertains visitors in a way that is minimally intrusive or destructive to the environment and sustains & supports the native cultures in the locations it is operating in. Responsibility of both travellers and service providers is the genuine meaning for eco-tourism. Eco-tourism...

    Biodiversity, Ecology, Environment 1353  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tourism and Dubai

    Social Impacts of Tourism in Dubai. Full name: AEEL MAHDI SHAIKH ALI Abstract: Tourism is one of the largest industries in the world today’s. During the last decades, Dubai has become the most global destination over the world. It changed from an ordinary place to incredible city that everyone wants to visit it and enjoy its wonderful views. This project is designed for the tourism in Dubai, and aims to show the impact of tourism in Dubai, due to the increasing growth of tourism in Dubai over...

    Dubai, Dubai International Airport, Palm Islands 1823  Words | 6  Pages

  • Current Issues In The Hospitality Tourism Industry In Oman

    Current Issues in the Hospitality Tourism Industry in Oman (This is posted at the http://www.ecotourismblog.com/oman-perfect-destination-at-its-best-2/#comment-47) Introduction: Oman is country with an area of 309,500 sq. kilometers and a population of 3.7 million people. The mainstay of the Omani economy is oil. Total size of the economy is 81 billion USD and per capita income is 22,180 USD. The economy presently faces an imminent danger of the sharply falling oil prices. In this scenario the only...

    Dubai, Heritage tourism, Oman 1540  Words | 5  Pages

  • Sydney Tourism

    Introduction In this paper, we mainly focus on the relationship between tourism destination and tourism industry. We take Sydney as an actual case to analyze the management, marketing and interrelationship between industry and destination. The tourism industry brings an array of benefits and in part the 6.8 million people of New South Wales depend on it. Tourism provides jobs and generates tax revenues that fund government programs and services, contributing to the State’s quality of life. It...

    2000 Summer Olympics, Government, Management 1647  Words | 5  Pages

  • 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 this globalized world the stress caused by the workload and the problems that occur everyday in our social environment, have a direct effect on the health of the person, who tries to find a way to release...

    Tourism, World Tourism Organization 1267  Words | 5  Pages

  • Travel and Culture

    ways in which travel has helped to shape the relationship among different cultures and nations. Throughout history, travel has been one of the main causes of relationship formation among different cultures and nations. From the 15th to 17th century, travel was provoked by the desire for power, freedom, knowledge and economic prosperity. In today’s world, tourism has become the main motive for travel. As modern day tourism is growing to become the world’s fastest growing industry, it is also becoming...

    Cultural tourism, Culture, Maldives 1506  Words | 4  Pages

  • Global Tourism Negative Impacts Of Tourism

    Tourism can generate large amount of revenues and provide job opportunities globally. Tourism is often treated as means to develop the country and to make the country known worldwide. This leads to the construction of infrastructure and facilities which are placed in locations which has the tendency to generate revenue in conjunction to tourism. However, the environment, economy and socio-culture suffers from the acts of tourism due to the activities carried out by tourist, thus creating negative...

    Maldives, Tourism 1386  Words | 4  Pages

  • International Tourism

    International Business Assignment Article Review on The Multi-Dimensional Impact Of International Tourism Hany H. Makhlouf, University of the District of Columbia, USA ABSTRACT Most countries – be they developed or developing, rich or poor, and large or small – compete for a larger share of the international tourism dollars. They capitalize on their cultural heritage, historic landmarks, rich wildlife, ancient monuments, scenic beauty, and other distinctive attractions and invest in world...

    Culture, Economics, Economy 1913  Words | 7  Pages

  • Agri Tourism

    Chapter One Introduction AGRICULTURAL TOURISM- a type of tourism where visitors can help out on a working farm, buy produce from a farm shop or be involved in other leisure activities on the farm’s land. Some of the important advantages of Agri – Tourism are: 1. It brings major primary sector agriculture closer to major service sector tourism. This convergence is expected to create win-win situation for both the sectors. 2. Tourism sector has potential to enlarge. 3. Agriculture sector...

    Agriculture, City, Geotourism 1866  Words | 7  Pages

  • Definition Of Tourism

    Definition of Tourism In 1976, the Tourism Society of England’s definition was “Tourism is the temporary, short-term movement of people to destination outside the places where they normally live and work and their activities during the stay at each destination. It includes movements for all purposes.” The World Tourism Organization defines tourism as “traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes”...

    Cultural tourism, Maldives, Mexico 1671  Words | 6  Pages

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