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  1. Should Countries Encourage Tourism?

    important for the economy but not in all cases for the citizens. If so, should countries encourage tourism? Firstly, tourism leads to the development of the country. The desire to attract tourists to a certain area often encourages governments to improve local facilities which is beneficial for...

  2. Tourism

    tourism and entertainment. The government should be aiming to become a more economically diverse country. To encourage the growth of tourism in Trinidad, the government can initiate different tactics to enhance the tourism sector.   Conclusion/ Limitations/ Recommendations Conclusion The...

  3. Should countries encourage tourism

    Should countries encourage tourism? Nowadays, it is almost a routine, that people every year go to holidays. Often they travel to the places abroad, and also it should be mentioned, that these places are in most cases popular and well-known. In sprite of the fact that these places are popular...

  4. Should countries encourage tourism?

    Should countries encourage tourism? In today’s globalized world, people go on holidays every year. They often choose exotic places abroad to fulfill their excitement of traveling and visiting other countries. But should those countries encourage tourism? There are a few advantages and...

  5. Should Countries Encourage Tourism?

    *“Should countries encourage tourism?*” Due to the curiosity and their taste for adventure, people travel all over the world. But it depends on us if we encourage this thing in our country or not. Tourism brings a lot of changes in a country, but are they really for the better? To begin with, the...

  6. Travel and Tourism

    ) The UNWTO is has its headquarters in Spain, Madrid but is a UN agency which deals with tourism. It plays a important role in promoting the development of responsible, sustainable tourism specially paying attention to the interests of developing countries. It encourages the implementation of the...

  7. Ministry of Tourism

    tourism and enhance 1 Malaysia's share of the market for meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions. Thirdly is to encourage tourism and its related industries in Malaysia. This means that it is hoped this would help promote new investments in the country, as well as provide increased...

  8. Silvia

    irreplaceable parts of world heritage. Taking everything into consideration, i therefore conclude that international efforts to encourage and develop tourism industries should be supported, since they can play a crucial role in achieving sustainable sources of income for the vulnerable countries of our global community....

  9. Cultural Tourism

    to encourage the practical realisation of its principles on a European-wide basis through the European Union Institutions and the Council of Europe mechanisms. DEFINING Cultural Tourism as that form of domestic and international tourism whose object is, among other aims, the discovery and enjoyment...

  10. Faisal.Doc

    National Art Gallery of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy. The objective of the exhibition is to encourage the professional and non professional photographers of the country to come for tourism photography. Eligibilities for Participation 1. Photographers of both foreign and Bangladeshi nationals are...

  11. Taiwan: Socio-Cultural Impacts of Tourism

    income to the country. In Taiwan, tourism is growing very fast. In a half century it has grown from 15000 to 2 million visitors per year; and they mainly come from East Asia, Japan, United States and Europe. This is fair enough a reason for the government to encourage and promote it as the best...

  12. Economic Structure

    Economics Structure of Singapore Tourism Industry Introduction The global economy has cause most of the South East Asian country to improve economically. Statistically Singapore is the best performer compared to other countries around the world. Its national income per head is...

  13. Composition

    a lot of negative aspects which have to be solved. What should and can we do with tourism to enjoy the leisure time and to make tourism an industry which makes a profit for developing countries? Tourism is a huge industry which is larger than the arms trade1 and in the present situation the profit...

  14. Tourism

    at the national and state level. This shows that policies made at national level could be followed at state level, so that each line of tourism development planning should be as planned. However, there is currently no planning policy at a national level, only at a state level. This shows that the...

  15. Tourism Independence Malaysia

    Niah Sarawak. Tourism industry in Malaysia started from the early 1970s and has become the second highest foreign exchange earner for the country after the manufacturing sector tourism was more focussed at beach resorts as a destination for relaxation. It was in the 1990s that it extended to...

  16. Tourism

    Should countries encourage tourism? In today’s globalized world, people go on holidays every year. They often choose exotic places abroad to fulfill their excitement of traveling and visiting other countries. But should those countries encourage tourism? There are a few advantages and...

  17. Enriching the Tourist and Host Intercultural

    and Jean-Luc Nancy, the ‘problems’ in intercultural communication disappear and communication becomes a source of enrichment for both tourists and hosts. This paper suggests that the basis of intercultural communication in tourism should be the acknowledgement of cultural differences between...

  18. E-Tourism

    Tourism’ (2006) refers to several existing objectives that can be utilised: To foster the establishment of business networks, develop infrastructure, promote ICT and encourage innovation in SMEs, for instance, the document refers to the European Regional Development Fund programmes (ERDF). The...

  19. Should Countries Encourage Tourism

    Should countries encourage tourism? Tourism has become one of the most important branches of modern market. With the development of world-wide transport, the human need to explore the surrounding world has been finally fulfilled. Nowadays almost everyone can travel abroad and admire all sort of...

  20. Swot Analysis of Tourism in Malaysia

    Introduction The tourism industry is the largest and fastest growth industry in the world, and also is the main and important industry that consumes a lot of human resources in the labor market. As an example, Malaysia is one of the twelve mega-biologically diverse countries in the world, which...

  21. Sri Lanka Culture Change to Attract Fdi

    the World Map, to attract foreign interest and investment and though the pearl of the Indian Ocean to shine like a new found star. On this context we would discuss how Sri Lanka should attract FDI to the country and should the Sri Lankan business culture be changed in order to attract Foreign...

  22. Thai Tourism

    country be harmonious and effective implementation.   6. Provinces to provide more public green areas and outdoor event venues.   7. According to determine tourism development zone before the transitional stage     8. To protect ecosystems, should formulate laws and regulations and...

  23. E-Marketing Plan and Prototype Web Site

    their holidays. Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics (2007-08) Tourism Satellite Account. Cat. No.5249.0. Canberra: ABS, page 5 ALL Tables/Figures/Graphs should be numbered and have caption, e,g. Table 1: Growth in Industry Gross Value Based on this figure, it showed that the...

  24. Student

    -population. - Wars and natural disasters. - Lack of natural resources. - Results of poverty-crime, social evils, family breakdown, etc. - What the government should do about this issue.   Tourism - The economic benefits which tourism brings to a country. - Ecotourism and its effects. - The...

  25. Absolut Vodka

    disabilities. We will encourage setting up public free days. Study tours for primary and middle school students will be gradually introduced. Local governments should incorporate tourism transport into their local public transport systems and improve its services. Enterprises will be encouraged to...

  26. Hi Me Name Is Anastasia

    within the EU. According to estimates by the World Tourism Organisation (WTO), international tourist arrivals in Europe should increase significantly in the coming years. Finally, European tourists are one of the largest groups travelling to third countries, providing an extremely important source...

  27. English in Tourism

    fully committed to the long-term development of the industry. This should help ensure that, despite the significant challenges still to be addressed, Travel & tourism reaches its enormous potential as a catalyst for future economic and social development across the whole of the country. Measures...

  28. Tourism Development

    satisfaction Tourism as a Development Option “Most Less Developed Countries cannot hope to create acceptable living conditions for the majority of their people without continuing economic growth and for many of them, especially the large number of smaller tropical mini- and micro-states, tourism...

  29. Tourism: Should It Be Welcomed?

    Tourism: Should it be Welcomed? In the last decades, domestic and international tourism has become one of the world's largest industries and one of its fastest growing economic sectors. While opinions regarding the effects of this industry on local communities are mixed, it is undeniable that...

  30. Travel and Torusim

    Travel and tourism has become one of the major boosts in the economy of any country. Every country's aim is to increase its income through tourism. Therefore each ministry of tourism in any country is seeking for the best ways of promoting and developing the industry. The African countries have...