Higher Diploma in Hotel Management
HOM 140 H
“Importance of Tourism industry in Destinations around the world.”
An introduction to tourism:
The subject of tourism:
In historical terms, tourism activity is a relatively new development and only recently has it been considered...
The World Tourism Organization had its initial stages as the International assembly of Official Tourist Traffic relations set up in 1925 in The Hague. It was renamed the International Union of Official Travel Organizations (IUOTO) later than World War II and shifted to Geneva. IUOTO was a scientific...
A Case Study on Tourist Arrival in Nepal from Different Countries of the World
A Field Work Report
Tourism Industry of Malaysia (Background)
The early 70s spelt the beginning of a `new era`. The old Tourism Department of 1959 was then upgraded into the Tourism Development Corporation.
The formation of the Tourism Development Corporation (TDC) in 1972 and placing it under the purview of the Ministry...
Some people say that tourism is beneficial to a contry.Others say that it does more harm than good.
Nowadays people are more willing to spend their hardworked money on dream vacation than before,so the tourism is of vastly importance for any country and its economy that has natural wonders...
and special events, city marketing, city image, city identity system
conceived in the book Marketing Places: Attracting Investment, Industry, and Tourism to Cities, States, and Nations that the world’s economic development has enlarged the competition among places. Whether a place talent shows itself...
Tourism development in Austria
Tourism is an important factor for the Austrian economy: the industry accounts for more than 8% of the annual GDP and represents one of the most important and fastest growing sectors of Austria’s economy. Not only Austria´s beautiful landscape but also its...
Importance of Tourist Spots in the Economy of the Philippines
A research paper submit to Miss Eloisa Belmonte
World Citi Colleges
In Partial Fulfillment of the Course Requirement
In English 2
Frances Madelaine C. Ramos
October 5, 2012
destination. On the other hand, with reference to following main strengths and weakness, make recommendations for the development of the business tourism in Hong Kong. I am going to use “SWOT analysis”(Philip.K 2006 A-6 1) method to analyze, because “SWOT” (Philip.K 2006 A-61 1) stand for strength, weakness...
CH.35- Why Tourism Matters
By Sharon Bohn Gmelch
In spite of lying on extravagant beaches, visiting famous sites like the Niagara Falls or whichever fun experiences you may have in mind. Tourism plays a huge role in the global economy. Tourism is the largest industry in the world. One in every...
ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS DEGREE OF KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY
I, KATEREGA HASSAN, do declare that this research report is my original work and has never been submitted to any University for any award.
visit these religious sites.
3. The control of the Indus River is very important in a long run.
4. It is a great place for tourism and helps with local and Indian economy.
In favor: Yes, India should allow Kashmir to become an independent state because…..
1. Independent Kashmir can solve lots...
IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATIONAL TOUR TO THE STUDENTS OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT IN BATAAN PENINSULA STATE UNIVERSITY
MAIN CAMPUS 2012-2013
An Undergraduate Thesis
Presented to the
College of Arts and Sciences
Bataan Peninsula State University
Faculty of Business and Law
UWE BA (Hons) Tourism Management– Year 3
Module: Tourism Mobility
Module Leader: Maria Angeles Casado-Diaz
Student Number: 12022651
The tourism industry is a major contributor to global economic development...
Leisure Tourism Outbound
A summer training project report
Submitted in partial fulfillment
Of the requirements of
Post Graduate Diploma in Management
(Approved by AICTE, Govt of India)
Impact of Tourism in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
Sheikh Saleh Ahammed 2010
Master in Public Policy and Governance Program Department of General and Continuing Education North South University, Bangladesh
To Shapla for travelling with me and To Arnob & Pritha for giving me reasons to stay...
Tourism in countries with touristic future: How is it possible to develop tourism in Mozambique?
* Relevance of the proposed research to business research
Mozambique today, has remarkable touristic trumps. The country offers its historical heritage, beautiful landscapes...
Literature Review Introduction to Tourism 210 Name Chintan Vinodbhai Kalathiya ID Number 14095054B Tutor Atul Patel ABSTRACT This literature review explores the International Students and Tourists perception towards New Zealand Tourism and effectiveness of the tourism campaign to attract International...
1. Introductory Chapter
Ecotourism is still a new way of tourism and its concept continues to be something that is implemented in many countries. Slovakia should have been one of the leading tourism destinations in Europe with its natural and cultural richness. During socialism...
Tourism Development in South America – Brazil
There is clear evidence that the current economic situation in Brazil is not going very good. Major countries such as France, Spain, Germany etc. that once stood strong in the economic levels have suddenly taken a hit, still there is one part of...
This is a situational analysis conducted on the Hotel Monaco in Philadelphia. This was a project assigned by my marketing professor and was a very detailed and thorough assignment. We did work in pairs because of the scope of the assignment so this is a paper I did with another...
as becoming one of the main
sources of income for countless countries around
the world. At the same time, awareness about
issues such as its possible harmful effect on the
natural and cultural environment as well as the local economies has been raised. Meetings such as
the 1992 Earth Summit, which...
recent years, accessibility and availability of international travel promote many different people travel to other countries. Tourists broaden their horizons and immigrants create new life. My presentation will expound the impact of international travel by immigration, From different aspects to show positive...
Tourism is one of the most effective ways of redistributing wealth, by moving money into local economies from other parts of the country and overseas. It brings income into a community that would otherwise not be earned.
Economic benefits resulting from tourism can take a number of...
mainland is haciendas prevailed, whereas on the Rimland a plantation economy (an export crop for sugar cane and bananas). The hacienda provided year round jobs, domestic markets, diversified crops, and was self-sufficient. The plantation economy provided single cash crop, production for export, seasonal employment...
islands contributes to a wider viewpoint with regard to the benefits of investing in Health and Wellness Tourism, with evidence relating to sustainability and economic viability. Health and Wellness Tourism Industry, broadly defined, includes products and services made accessible to people traveling from their...
Characteristics of Tourism
The tourism industry is highly inflexible in terms of capacity. The number of beds in a hotel or seats on a flight is fixed so it is not possible to meet sudden upsurges in demand similarly restaurants tables, hotels beds and flights seats remain empty and...
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...
International Journal of Research in
Humanities, Arts and Literature ( IJRHAL)
Vol. 1, Issue 2, July 2013, 1-8
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ROLE OF TOURISM INDUSTRY IN EMPLOYMENT GENERATION IN GUJARAT: A
PAWAN K. SHUKLA1 & A. A. ANSARI2
Lecturer, Department of Geography, Faculty...
Introduction to Tourism Industry
Tourism is travel for recreational, leisure or business purposes. The World Tourism Organization defines tourists as people who "travel to and stay in places outside their usual environment for more than twenty-four (24) hours and not more than one consecutive year...