• Towards Sustainable Tourism – Key Problems and Issues Facing Hong Kong
    visitors over years, especially from the mainland by emphasising our world-class shopping, dining and other urban attractions (Lam, H., 2004). Despite the flourishing scene of the tourism industry, the volatile tourist markets and growing competition from Southeast Asian countries and neighbouring...
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  • Research on Tourism Development in Silang, Cavite
    development in general? What are the changes necessary in promoting tourism in terms of institutional reforms and enhancing competitiveness? How can DOT link its programs with DPWH or DOTC and other departments more effectively and efficiently? In other countries like in Japan, tourism is lodged under the...
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  • Comparison of Competitors’ Product
    tourism. Wrong Understanding: Stake holders understand eco tourism in their own way and they are developing some other way and promoting, marketing in different way. Eg: In Kerala they are promoting mainly their eco friendly auyrvedic but in Sri Lanka mixing all tourism together, so it is big mistake If Sri lanka correct these kind of mistakes it can be famous Eco Tourism Destination....
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  • Eco-tourism: Opportunity and Challenge in Nepal
    for the sustainable development and benefit of the local community so that the fruits of the tourism take place in right way. We all know and say tourism is the good source of the development of the countries economy but because of the weak management and not diversifying the tourism sector in...
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  • Tourism and the Benefits It Brings
    travelling, from only 277 million in 1980 to 983 million in 2011. Tourism Highlights (2012:2) forecasts that in the next 18 years, “there will be continuous constant growth, with an average of 3.3% increase each year”. Accordingly, many countries in the world embrace the industry as this industry looks...
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  • Travel Industry
    fostering the tourism sector’s contribution to the MDGs by promoting the development of responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism. In 2012, UNWTO was involved in 11 MDG-F tourism development projects in nine countries: Ecuador, Egypt, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Senegal...
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  • Eco-Tourism
    sustainable manner nor provide educational opportunity. 5. Motivational & communicational techniques Ecotourism is not yet popular in Bangladesh. So it will require some effort to inform and promote it in our country. The best way is to establish a good communication by motivating everyone who can...
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  • Medical Tourism
    conference noted that trade in healthcare and services can be beneficial for developing countries. Bookman outlines the advantages and obstacles of promoting medical tourism in both less developed countries and more developed countries. She credits globalization and technology for lifting barriers in...
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  • Tourism
    , Kerala stands out as the Mount Everest of Social development. Kerala offers a wide range of Tourism possibilities especially in Nature Tourism, Back Water Tourism, Eco-tourism, Cultural Tourism and Health Tourism. 9.2 Kerala, promoted as “God’s Own Country” is blessed by nature with varied geographical...
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  • Can Computer Games Have Bad Impact on Games' Behavior
    government was also active in developing and promoting niche tourism products such as medical tourism, educational tourism, rural tourism and home stays. In addition, it developed a special programmer for foreigners wishing to stay in the country for an extended period, the ‘Malaysia My Second Home programmer’....
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  • Visit Scotland
    millions of people world over, so promoting Scotland on a search engine will give it more publicity and potentially more visitors. Social media has now become the leading way in which any company markets itself, so a suggestion would be that in order for Visit Scotland to attract more customers...
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  • Ministry of Tourism
    learning as well as collaboration with foreign universities have also been stepped up to attract even more foreign students to the country. Secondly, Sport Tourism is that Malaysia is increasingly and actively promoting itself as an organiser and host to various world-class[2] sports events and...
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  • Hi Me Name Is Anastasia
    . 15 Given the intensity of global competition, but also the potential of a number of third countries as sources for tourism in Europe, it is essential to carry out actions aimed at stimulating tourist demand for Europe. There is already one important initiative for promoting Europe among third...
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  • Impacts of Foreign Tourism to India
    development of infrastructure has in turn induced the development of other directly productive activities. 6. Promoting Peace and Stability: Honey and Gilpin (2009) suggests that the tourism industry can also help promote peace and stability in developing country like India by providing jobs, generating...
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  • Marketing Strategy for the State Kerala
    tourism, the country is still way behind the developed or even the developing countries. India earns one seventh of China, one fourth of Indonesia and less than half of Philippines from tourism in comparison. Kerala is the foremost state in India that realized the potential of Ayurvedic health tourism and...
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  • Z Hotel Tourism
    tourism is one component. In this respect, tourism is not seen as high priority for state spending when other pressing issues arise at a time of public sector cuts and a downward spiral of debt and economic growth. This signal a new area of frugality among many countries and the way they allocate...
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  • Tourism
    Games on the impact of tourism industry. It will explore from three aspects which include the image of the country, the tourist source and tourism environment. Second part is overviewing Beijing Olympic Games makes the Beijing a unique tourist destinations. The next part is analyzing two major...
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  • Tourism Sustainable
    generating a low impact on the surrounding environment and community by acting responsibly while generating income and employment for the local economy and aiding social cohesion.’(VisitScotland.org) Taking a sustainable approach in tourism growth is the only way to ensure long term tourism growth and...
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  • Manoj
    Promoting tourism in South Asia | By Renton de Alwis Chairman – Sri Lanka Tourism | Tourists at a Colombo resort | | South Asian tourism has operated at sub-optimal levels for a long period of time. With the exception of the Maldives and more recently India, all other countries need to...
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  • Medical Tourism
    Medical tourism, alternatively called health tourism and wellness tourism, is a term that has risen from the rapid growth of an industry where people from all around the world are traveling to other countries to obtain medical, dental, and surgical care while at the same time touring, vacationing, and...
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