Free Essays on Slum Tourism

  1. Report on tourism and projects

    ………… 4 4. Walkthrough for Kalyanpuri project …………… 4 5. Barara village tourism ………………….. 4 6. Kachhpura heritage village tourism ……………. 5 7. Housing designs for old city area, Agra ………. 5 8. Proposals for...

  2. Poverty Tourism: a Question of Ethics?

    Poverty Tourism. A Question of Ethics? Abstract Poverty tourism is a modern form of tourism, where tourists travel to less developed places to observe the lives of impoverished and disadvantaged communities, typically located in the Third World. While experience seeking has emerged as a popular...

  3. Brazil Tourism

    and fauna are scattered across vast regions (St Louis 2010). ㆍThe history of tourism in Brazil Although Brazil is the biggest country in South America and has an abundance of cultural and environmental diversity, tourism has been generally ignored by both policy makers and the private division (Santana...

  4. tourism

    to learn from this project how benefits of tourism can reach out to poor and whether same can be replicated in my state Bihar. I think that I will a great help to my uncle who now serving as an IAS officer ( secy. of Tourism Dept) for the development of tourism and its benefits to the poor people. I also...

  5. tourism

    to learn from this project how benefits of tourism can reach out to poor and whether same can be replicated in my state Bihar. I think that I will a great help to my uncle who now serving as an IAS officer ( secy. of Tourism Dept) for the development of tourism and its benefits to the poor people. I also...

  6. Does tourism benefit the people of Kenya?

    Introduction In this enquiry I will be asking the question "does tourism benefit the people of Kenya?". Tourism is Kenya's fastest growing industry - from 1960 to 1990 the number of tourists got 6 times bigger! - and it's Kenya's largest money earner from overseas, but it does not come without its problems...

  7. scarf

    to the way Brasilia is. It has been the main focus of modern day literature. It has 124 embassies from around the world and is thriving in business tourism. The major disadvantages that have formed are the fact that it is hard for people to remember where places are because there are no street names. Instead...

  8. tourism and hospitality

    proportion of people without safe drinking water by the year 2015, Target 11 commits countries collectively to improving the lives of 100 million slum dwellers by 2020. (See Annexure 2.) Against this background, and with the socio-political overlay of settlement engineering, the pattern of human...

  9. Tourism Policies in Rio de Janeiro for the 2014 and 2016 Games

    IMPORTANCE OF TOURISM This topic brings to light the importance of tourism for the entire Brazilian GDP, along with its employment potential and the massive foreign income for the South American country given the World Cup and the Olympic Games. Thanks to its 6,000 miles of beaches and new governmental...

  10. Tourism

    Tourism has become one of the most appreciated source of income for many countries of the world. Tourism is the fastest growing industry in this world because it is a very good of earning foreign currency. Tourism has many advantages and disadvantages. The advantages of tourism include firstly the...

  11. Tourism development in New Zealand

    Executive Summary Tourism development in New Zealand is the result of different factors that permanently interact with each other, all being crucial in the overall strategy success. New Zealand’s tourism policies and planning strategies are efficient, although there is still need for an efficient...

  12. Slum dog Millionaire and Poverty Porn

    promotes “slum tourism”. While some critics accuse the film of exploiting western perceptions of India, with its depictions of impoverished slums ruled by gangsters, as well as other unwholesome characters, others claim that the film neither shows negativity towards the slums nor shows the slum dwellers...

  13. Slums

    A slum, as defined by the United Nations agency UN-Habitat, is a run-down area of a city characterized by substandard housing, squalor, and lacking in tenure security. According to the United Nations, the percentage of urban dwellers living in slums decreased from 47 percent to 37 percent in the developing...

  14. Slums in Mumbai

    lives in urban areas. The combination of rapid urbanization, scarce resources, and high population growth are taking a toll on individuals living in slums in poor areas such as Mumbai. Since Mumbai is a pretty expensive place to live in, it is home to some of the world’s richest and poorest people. “Today...

  15. Quiapo, Manila

    A Thesis Proposal Proposed to the Faculty of the College of Tourism, Hotel, & Travel Industry Management Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Bachelor of Science in Travel and Tourism Management By: Dela Cruz, Angelica Mariel G. Garcia, Krizza...

  16. Classification in Tourism Industry

    Classification of tourism: Winter tourism: Definition : holidays in ski resorts and snow – related activities Famous winter holiday spots in India: - Shimla : a wonderful winter holiday resort - Manali - Jammu and Kashmir (Gulmarg , Pahalgam) - Sikkim - Tawang (Arunachal Pradesh) -Major...

  17. Economic Development Through Social Tourism: a Case for Nottingham

    Research proposal Economic Development through Social Tourism: A case for Nottingham Research proposal: Aim: To identify the economic costs and benefits of implementing a local social tourism strategy The development of Tourism in any country is a great way for the reallocation of wealth...

  18. Heritage Tourism and Indigenous Tourism in Australia

    Culture tourism is attracting more and more interests and concerns in the world. Many researchers have different opinions about the definition of culture tourism. Australia, being a cultural state, develops its cultural development rapidly by heritage and indigenous culture. Therefore, this essay is...

  19. Tourism

    TOURISM ECONOMICS AND ITS APPLICATION TO REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT 1. Introduction There is now a substantial body of literature on tourism economics and a new journal entitled Tourism Economics. This is not surprising because the tourist industry is, from a number of different viewpoints, the largest...

  20. Tourism 1

    Tourism" is travel for leisure or recreational purposes. Tourism has gained wide popularity in the last decade. Earlier, people from affluent countries use to indulge in this leisure. The topics today for a tourism essay are numerous. You may write about how earnings from tourism contribute to a country's...

  21. Casinos in Philadelphia

    attention, and bring in capital from not only around the country but also around the world. “Look at Atlantic City, it used to be a slum by the sea, and now, it’s a slum by the sea with casinos” (Dunstan). This is how many skeptics perceive the growing metropolis by the shores of New Jersey. However,...

  22. Sex Tourism in Olongapo

    James Trewby Child Sex Tourism in the Philippines James Trewby works for Bosco Volunteer Action (BOVA), a volunteer organisation of the Salesians of Don Bosco, a Roman Catholic Religious order dedicated to be signs and bearers of the love of God for young people, especially those who are disadvantaged...

  23. Tourism Development

    Introduction to Tourism Planning and Development Goals of Tourism Development To provide a framework for raising the standard of living of the people through the economic benefits of tourism To develop an infrastructure and provide recreation facilities for visitors and residents alike To ensure...

  24. ‘Sustainable Tourism Is a Myth.’ to What Extent Do You Agree with This Statement?

    ‘Sustainable Tourism is a Myth.’ To what extent do you agree with this statement? (15 Marks) Sustainable Tourism is essentially an industry committed to making a low impact on the natural environment and local culture, while helping to generate income and employment for local people. As Global economists...

  25. Dark Tourism

    Dark tourism Dark or thanatourism is type of tourism which includes the visitation of places, attractions and exhibitions connected with tragedies, suffering, disasters, cemeteries and natural phenomena which caused many deaths and destruction. Nowadays demand of dark tourism becomes more and more...

  26. Tourism

    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 i    To Shapla for travelling with me and To Arnob & Pritha for giving me reasons to stay...

  27. Jamaica Tourism Essay

    Jamaica: A Slum to a Tourist’s Paradise From its birth in 1891, following the Jamaican International Exhibition, to 1945, the Jamaican tourist industry brought change within Jamaica. Because of tourism, Jamaica transformed from a disease-ridden hellhole to a paradise for wealthy, white tourists. To...

  28. Thai Tourism

    [pic] The develop strategy of Thailand tourism Thailand's international tourism is the most important position of developing countries in Asia .Thailand received foreign tourists nearly 10 million people in 2000, foreign exchange earnings over 7 billion US dollars. According to the Thai,...

  29. Sex Tourism

    A Thesis Presented to the Department of Tourism Institute of Arts and Sciences ABE International Business College – Makati In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science Major in Tourism Management By: Tacder, Judy Anne ...

  30. Travel and Tourism

    OF TRAVEL IN INDIA: Tourism in India is really important because it is a major country that attracts millions of tourists. This is because of the historical, cultural and natural importance of India. Tourism in India is a large industry. The World Travel calculates that tourism generated $121 billion...