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The World Bank, Tourism, and Sex Work - The World Bank, Tourism, and Sex Work "...International Travel, Tours and Vacations to the Philippine Islands, Services and Assistance to Single Individuals Seeking a Romantic Relationship plus Assistance with U.S. Immigration Visa Requirements...." (M-H Travel, 1). This sex tour is just one example of the direct links of tourism associated with sex work in Asia. While specifically analyzing the implications of tourism on prostitution/sex work supported by organizations such as the World Bank, which is profit seeking and economically focused, Thailand and the Philippines seem to be two very affected nations struggling with the issue....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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Child Sex Tourism Bill In Australia - Child Sex Tourism Bill in Australia On March 23rd 1994 the Child Sex Tourism bill was introduced into the House of Representatives. This act, which amended the Crimes Act of 1914, enabling the Australian government to prosecute Australian child sex offenders overseas. Before the introduction of this new legislation, if an offence was committed overseas and not punished whilst in the country, Australian law officials were powerless. The proposed changes in the law are to deal with the following issues: Firstly sexual offences committed by Australian Residents overseas, particularly in relation to acts of paedophilia committed within the major trouble spot, Asia....   [tags: Political Science] 1928 words
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Tourism as the Way for Kenya to Continue to Develop - Tourism as the Way for Kenya to Continue to Develop Two maps, one showing an overall view on Kenya’s location in Africa and the other map showing Kenya’s more closer neighbours and its main cities Map of Kenya [IMAGE] [IMAGE]Text Box: www.kws.org/kenya.htm http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/ke.htm There is an immense difference between a MEDC and LEDC, as an MEDC is a more economically developed country meaning it will have a higher quality of life as well as a better standard of living for their local people....   [tags: Papers] 1918 words
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Determining the Importance of Tourism on the Settlement of Haworth - Determining the Importance of Tourism on the Settlement of Haworth Aim: To Determine the Importance of tourism on the settlement of Haworth. [IMAGE] Haworthis a small village not far from Bradfordin West Yorkshire. Situated above the WorthValleyamid the bleak Pennine moors, Haworthis internationally famous for its connection with the Bronte sisters. Haworthis one of the main attractions in Yorkshireand has been for some time. In the past 20 years it has attracted about one million visitors from Japan, the USA, Canadaand Europe....   [tags: Papers] 658 words
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Economic Analysis of the Tourism Industry in Hong Kong - Economic Analysis of the Tourism Industry in Hong Kong Executive Summary Tourism is a crucial industry for Hong Kong. The Government has worked together with industry players to enable Hong Kong to preserve its competitive edge as one of the most popular tourist destinations and venue for hosting international conferences. This includes developing multi-faceted tourist attractions, relaxing of controls over entry of visitors and upgrading service quality and standards in Hong Kong....   [tags: Papers] 5991 words
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The University of the Philippines – Diliman: Bachelor of Science in Tourism - ... Philippine President Ferdinand E. Marcos released an initial 16 million pesos for the construction of the complex. Total cost for the project amounted to 25 million pesos. The UP AIT complex was designed by Efren R. Hernandez and Lily De Leon. Aside from the institutional building, what used to be an added attraction for the five-hectare complex was the 28-room hotel with rooms patterned after those of top hotels and resorts in the country. The hotel was originally envisioned to serve as a laboratory for the student’s academic learning and at the same time as a source of income for the college....   [tags: Higher Education ]
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Investigating Factors that Affect Tourism Flows on a General Basis - Investigating Factors that Affect Tourism Flows on a General Basis There are a number of factors, which affect the amount of tourists visiting a country either for a holiday or as a business trip. These factors can be to a tourist's advantage but the majority of the time they will put the tourist off travelling to a destination. Each of these factors can either be Political, Physical, Economic or Cultural. Physical may be one of the most common factors that would affect the tourism flows to a destination....   [tags: Papers] 2892 words
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Tourism in an LEDC Is Likely To Generate As Many Costs as Benefits - Tourism in an LEDC Is Likely To Generate As Many Costs as Benefits Tourists flock to destinations for two main reasons, to see either primary or secondary resources. Primary resources are sites and places that where not built for the sole use of tourism, this also includes natural features such as beaches and places of outstanding natural beauty. Secondary resources are any features that pull tourists into a country and where built with that aim, for instance theme parks and attractions (these are more common in Developed Countries due to the large capital required to build them)....   [tags: Papers] 1862 words
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The Impact of Tourism on North York Moors National Park - The Impact of Tourism on North York Moors National Park In this study I will investigate the impact of tourism on two honeypot sites in the North York Moors National Park. I will also investigate whether or not tourism in the area is sustainable. Background Information National Parks are areas of beautiful and relatively wild countryside. In 1949 ten national parks were set up by an act of parliament. They were chosen because of their beauty and popularity. There are currently 12 National Parks in England and Wales....   [tags: Papers] 1876 words
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Globalization, Tourism, and Terrorism: The Formation of a Global Community - Globalization, Tourism, and Terrorism: The Formation of a Global Community Throughout the past thirty years traveling tourists have had the opportunity to travel all over the world and discover a variety of different cultures. This incredible opportunity has been facilitated by the developments of tourist friendly locales all over the world in remote areas of the globe such, Madagascar, Easter Island (off the coast of Chile), Bali, and more recently the Mentawai Islands off the coast of Sumatra in Indonesia....   [tags: Globalization Essays]
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Guidelines for Recovering Thailand’s Tourism Image After Political Crisis - ... Furthermore, Phuket the Southern province was in the second of the world’s best island destinations (Zhang, Qu and Tavitiyaman, 2009). In addition, Thailand’s tourism image among The World Tourism Organization and international tourists are attractive beaches, several cultures and historical attraction, various world-class accommodations, excellent cuisine, reasonable price including welcoming destination and security (Rattichainuwat, Qu and Brown, 2001). On the other hand, the images of the country also fit on the specific image of four “S” destinations which are as follows: “sun, sand, sea and sex” (Richer, 1999)....   [tags: International Politics ]
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Tourists of the Caribbean: Analysis on Environmental and Economic Effects - ... Tourism promotes economic improvement through “generate[ing] employment: according to the WTTC [World Travel and Tourism Council], it sustains over one in ten jobs worldwide” (57). Frances Brown, the author of “Tourism Reassessed,” continues by saying that tourism “can exceed that created by other automated capital-intensive sectors” (57). How is generating one out of ten jobs worldwide a negative point. It is not. It provides more opportunities for people to succeed in their lives that they would not have had any other way....   [tags: Tourism]
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Human Resource Training Influence on Customer Satisfaction in Travel Agencies in Klang Valley Malaysia - ... Thus, customer satisfaction may be considered as a base line standard of performance and a possible standard of excellence for any service organization. Customer Satisfaction explains that when the customers compare their perceptions of actual services performance with the expectations, then the feelings of satisfaction have arisen, actually it is a collective outcome of perception, evaluation, and psychological reaction to the consumption expectation with a product or services. Finally Customer satisfaction is defined as a customer’s overall evaluation of the performance of an offering to date....   [tags: Human Resource Management ]
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Human Resource Training Influence on Customer Satisfaction in Travel Agencies in Klang Valley Malaysia - ... (2004) Undergraduate Research Projects and Dissertations: issues of topic selection, access and data collection amongst tourism management students, Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Education, 3(1), p.1473-8376. Available at: <http:// www.sciencedirect.com/> [Accessed: 2 Sep 2011]. Ayub , A. (2011) Importance of Training, Online Published article, Available at: <http:// EzineArticles.com/6271781> [Accessed: 21 Sep 2011]. Azmanali, N., Zairi, M. and Mahat, F. (2006) QUALITY HR-TQM MODEL IN SERVICE CONTEX, ECTQM, University Putra Malaysia....   [tags: Human Resource Management ]
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Social marketing: building brand value and influence in the UK tourism industry to sustain brand consumption in the current economic recession - ... Tourism industries that increase their marketing and advertising during economic recession improve their market positioning and returns on investment. 1.2 Statement of the problem The current economic recession resulted into decrease in demand for tourism industry services. Many hospitality and tourism industries, travel agencies and foreign language translation agencies failed in the current economic recession. For instance, major airlines had to reduce routes, and number of flights to markets that they initially dominated in order to serve the decreased number of customers in their customer segments....   [tags: Marketing] 943 words
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Tourism in Hawai’i and Charleston, South Carolina: Helping the Economy or Putting Strain on Residents and the Environment? - ... Fast forward to 2010, the city began to experience a sudden influx of passengers aboard cruise ships (the mode of travel of which constitutes for the bulk of tourists whom arrive in Charleston), who are choosing to remain in the city for a few nights, thus contributing to an eight-percent hike in hotel room occupancy rates in the past two years (Frampton 2010). Based on these findings alone, it is rather obvious to see how much of a vital role the tourism industry plays in regards to helping the economies of the state of Hawai’i and Charleston, South Carolina stay afloat....   [tags: Economics ]
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Traveling in the Amazon - Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION Traveling in the Amazon is the dream of millions of people from around the world, and the book you hold in your hands will help you accomplish the easier, happier and more affordable trip than you had taken in your life. Obviously, there are still many people when referring to the Amazons; they immediately relate it with nightmares and wild adventure full of adrenaline with piranhas, anacondas and other species unknown to us. However, modern advances on technology have brought the Amazons closer to you, and the days connecting the Amazons trips to horror movies were left behind....   [tags: Travel] 2372 words
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The Great State of Utah - ... Utah’s state rock is the coal. Utah’s state mineral is the copper. Utah’s state gem is the topaz. Utah’s state soil is the mivida. Utah’s state emblem is the beehive. Utah’s state dance is the square dance. Utah’s date of statehood is January 4, 1896. Some tourism that Utah has is the deer valley. Since 1981, deer valley has been world-famous for their quality and service. If you wanted to travel to Utah, you can go to one of their tourism called Park City. There is more travel spots in Utah such as the Zion resort, St....   [tags: Travel ]
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Global Warming and Its Impact on Tourism and Why It's the Government's Job to Halt a Perfectly Natural Phenomenon - ... Chemical fertilizers have nitrogen in them and therefore too much use of them leads too much heat storage of cropland and when it rains the excess fertilizers are taken in the water bodies such as oceans hence creating a dead zone in our water bodies which is dangerous to our water species. Deforestation is yet another exacerbating factor on global warming. Most people cut down trees which they use as fuel, fire wood, and pulp as well as farmlands not knowing that forests are the ones that absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and this deforestation release large amounts of carbon to the atmosphere and also reduces the amount of carbon capture on the planet....   [tags: Environmentalism] 1595 words
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Ecotourism - Ecotourism The phrase ecotourism seems to be on the lips of many travel agents and corporations looking for new ideas in executive or "yuppie" getaways. But many "civilians" are wondering what ecotourism is and what is expected of them if they do go on a so-called ecotour. Ecotourism is defined in different ways, by different groups of people with different agendas. Many tourists are attracted to the adventure that is associated with many remote, natural areas. Others wish to encourage conservation practices in environmentally sensitive areas, using profits to restore habitat, change public perception through education, and develop community....   [tags: Travel Vacations Tourism Environmental Essays]
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Boracay Island History, Culture and Origin - Panay Island is an island in Asia situated in the Philippines famous for constituting the beach capital of the world - Boracay Island. Boracay Island is located off the northwest corner of Panay in Region VI of the Philippines. The island is approximately seven kilometers long, looking like a stretched dog-bone shaped with the narrowest spot being less than one kilometer wide. It has been written that its history prior to its discovery by the outside world remained well kept and well guarded. The Native Islanders and Atis lived together privately and in harmony in the island....   [tags: tourism, phillipines, travel] 724 words
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ESM - ... A megaevent is a one-time international level event of a large scale for example, the FIFA World Cup or the Olympic Events. Events such as these can have a monumental impact on the hosting city in a number of different ways. Winning Through Hosting As I mentioned previously, sport tourism is segmented into themes, which are all the essential characteristics of sport tourism. When assessing sport tourism on a more narrow spectrum like my article did, we can evaluate sport tourism in different ways, while still incorporating the themes and foundation of sport tourism....   [tags: Sports, Tourism, Informative] 1955 words
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Family Outdoor Activities in Winter Park Resort, Colorado - ... But we recommend you try the easy one first to get the hang out of it. The friendly guides will also advise you some information before they signal you to slide down. Then the excitement becomes a reality. Scream your heart out as you slide the 610 foot vertical drop and over 3,000 feet long track. Just look out and be careful for some of the turns and slightly deep drops. Always put your arms in so you won’t scratch those lovely arms of yours. There is a warning to slow down at the bottom of the slide so be aware of that....   [tags: Travel, Tourism] 1469 words
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Ecotourism in South American Countries - Ecotourism in South American Countries Synopsis: We are living in a world that tends to put developed nations against indigenous peoples. Foreign developers seeking cheap labor and natural resources on untouched lands are exploiting cultures that have survived for centuries on their own. South America is a continent that possesses rich indigenous culture that is still relatively untouched by outsiders. Americans have the ability to preserve that heritage through organized efforts to encourage certain types of visitors to indigenous areas to create an economy that will take the place of potential mining, logging, and ranching enterprises....   [tags: Economy Tourism Essays]
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Culture: The West's Biggest Export? - Culture The West's Biggest Export. I spent a month over the summer of 2002 trekking in Borneo with a team of 15 other boys from my school. This was the first time that I had traveled outside England, my home, to a destination that was not geared towards hosting tourists. The expedition provided me with a very interesting perspective on the march of developed culture across the globe. The tourism industry is simply one example of this expansion, but it is an interesting example because it is the industry that takes the public to these “exotic” lands....   [tags: Tourism Tourist Papers] 1731 words
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Arizona Is Awe-Inspiring - ... Formed by the ever-changing Colorado River, this enormous chasm stretches over 277 miles in length and over 18 miles in width. With a depth of over a mile in some places, the Grand Canyon is truly a natural wonder full of magnificence and beauty that will impress any visitor. Besides the Grand Canyon, Arizona boasts one of the world's largest natural city parks. The South Mountain City Park in Phoenix was set aside to protect this majestic mountain from over-development at the hands of real-estate tycoons that were looking to create another subdivision to house Phoenix's burgeoning population....   [tags: Tourism]
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A Visit to the Bristol Caverns in Tennessee - A Visit to the Bristol Caverns in Tennessee The Bristol Caverns are over 200,000,000 years old and were used as a secret way of travel for the Cherokee Indians (http://www.tenntrips.com). Being located in Bristol, Tennessee, the caverns are a part of the Appalachian Mountain Region. The Bristol Caverns are underground and considered a historical monument. During your visit to the caverns you can learn about history, while getting your exercise, at an affordable price. The Bristol Caverns are open all year around, except for on holidays, and the time that you are able to visit is subject to change during different seasons....   [tags: Tourism] 667 words
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The Culture and Traditions of Bali - ... Tommyschultz.com. Web. 15 March 2011). I was entertained with Jatiluwih’s breathtaking rice terrace and green scenery. The steps that crawl up the sides of the hills make the green scenery was more stunning. I enjoyed seeing people working in the rice field, and my minds took me to a thought of what a hard work of these people to plant and crop them every three months. Rice, it has some meanings for me: the basal aliment for Indonesia people – we eat rice almost three times a day - and which my parents do for a living for almost thirty years....   [tags: Tourism ]
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Come Experience Heart-Warming Hospitality in Mississippi - ... Built with an octagonal design, this home is said by many to be one of the most impressive historic houses in the world. Surviving intact since 1861, this home truly is one of Mississippi's finest historical treasures. Commemorating one of the bloodiest episodes in Mississippi's history, the Vicksburg National Military Park in Vicksburg, MS is another of Mississippi's fine historical attractions. With exhibits that tell the story of the Union siege that happened during the Civil War, the Vicksburg National Military Park preserves the history of Mississippi in a way that allows visitors to understand just how important the state has been in the history of the United States....   [tags: Tourism]
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Denali National Park - ... In addition, they offer special areas for backpackers, large groups, and even a bus specifically for campers(Denali). Many of those camping in the park will have the opportunity to experience Denali through its hiking trails. According to Denali, June is the best time of year to experience Denali hiking. There are numerous trails where wildflowers and beautiful colored mushrooms are visible. Hiking maps are available in the Visitor’s Center for those wishing to experience this(Denali). According to What to Do, Denali has trails for both the experienced and inexperienced hikers....   [tags: Tourism ]
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The City Shimla, The Most Beautiful in the World - India is a county of diversity, religions, and languages and in that large nation, a city named Shimla, located in northeast where Himalaya is located, holds the beauty of the world in it. It shows the series of white and bright snowy hills covered with pine trees, cold freezing air which gives goose bumps. Its key attraction is deep valleys where even echoes take time to come out. The “ Queen of Hill Stations” is my city, where air talks, hills drag, and trees dance. City shows its attraction, tradition, and affection to people....   [tags: India, Travel, Tourism] 761 words
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Exploring Phuket - ... Openen everyday from 6–12 am. Thalang Road has a small street called Soi Rommani. Nowaday, this small street became a colorful building and crowded by many shops and restaurants. Don’t miss to visit the Shrine of Hainan Patterns and enjoy the stunning Chinese architecture. Do not forget to enjoy sipping coffee, reading books at Nang (Sue) 2521 which serve many kinds of good cool drink and gather literary works, exhibitions around the world and small theater upstair. For more info, please contact 0 7625 8254 www.room2521.com....   [tags: Travel ] 896 words
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Top 5 Most Famous Landmarks of Singapore - ... This smaller version is mostly noted by the locals as the child of the big Merlion. The second one is the large Merlion, which spits water from its mouth. The Merlion Park is always jammed with visitors even after midnight. Hence, don't forget to ask the cab driver or your friend to swing by at this remarkable spot. You can march yourself there daily and is open to the public for free. Esplanade-Theaters on the Bay Location: Marina Bay, Singapore Guess nobody's going to ever miss this awesome landmark....   [tags: Travel] 845 words
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Preserve Hawaii's Charm - ... According to Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project, one of their missions is to employ conventional mist-netting. Thus, this action should be reduced because it is dangerous to the birds. This organization has various missions that people in the area should be part of. Another way to increase the protection of Maui forests is to have a community work day which includes everyone who in planting, collecting trash left in the forests, and preventing any non-native species entering the forest area....   [tags: Travel]
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Knowing Macau with Butler's Life Cycle Model - Knowing Macau with Butler's Life Cycle Model The following literature is suggesting that how a tourist destination can be analyzed with the help of Butler's Tourism Life Cycle Model. Butler (1980) introduced the concept of the model which clarifies and extends earlier work by, for example, Cristaller (1963), Noronha (1976) and Stansfield (1978). In doing so, Butler clearly links the development cycle of tourism destinations to that of products in the product life cycle model. This is one the best used management framework to know the evolution in a tourism destination as described by Baum (1998), the original Butler's model included: • Recognition of dynamism within the tourism environment — at the time of its inception, constant change was not as widely recognized in tourism as it is today; • A focus on a common process of development within tourism destinations, permitting description and modeling....   [tags: Tourism Industry Macau Life Cycle Model Butler] 1686 words
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Rucksack Rendezvous - Rucksack Rendezvous Introduction "Deep in the jungle where the mighty tiger lie, Bill and his elephants were taken by surprise." -The Beatles For many people this is the image that is conjured up when one speaks of third world travel and many times it is this way because of lack of knowledge or lack of resources about the country in question. It is also possible that the person may not have had the chance to study the country and therefore does not clearly understand what goes on there....   [tags: Traveling Travel World Vacation Essays]
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Steveston Village and Deep Cove- Canadian Tourist Attractions - Nowadays, lower mainland tourist attractions are one of the most attractive tourist destinations for people to go travel. They always locate just beside the big cities, but you can get many special things you can’t get in the big cities, such as the natural environment, local building, fresh air and peaceful feeling. Many people like to relax in the lower mainland tourist attractions at weekend. Vancouver is a city full of good lower mainland tourist attractions. Steveston Village and Deep Cove are two of the most famous lower mainland tourist attractions in Vancouver....   [tags: Canada, tourism] 1062 words
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The Diversity of Louisiana Welcomes Visitors - ... Another fantastic historical attraction that visitors are certain to enjoy is the Acadian Village in Lafayette. Showcasing authentic homes that were built by refugees from Acadia and their descendants, this restored village shows what early life in Louisiana was like during the 1800s. With exhibits on Cajun and French history and art, the Acadian Village is one of the finest historical sites in the entire state. In general, visitors to this site are sure to leave with a greater appreciation for the unique culture of the Cajun people that settled in Louisiana....   [tags: Travel, Culture]
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Convenience or Adventure on Vacation - Convenience or Adventure on Vacation Why packaged tour travel may not give you the best deal for your money . Traveling through Europe was always one of those seemingly unreachable dreams lying far off in my imagination. The desire built up since my first longings to see London, the home of all my favorite rock bands, through all of my Spanish classes and tales of bullfights and flamenco dancers. This dream ebbed in and out of my educational plans until my junior year of college when I saw posters scattered around my university's billboards for an all-inclusive, 17-day excursion along the Mediterranean....   [tags: Traveling Tourism Essays] 1935 words
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Red Lodge, Montana - Red Lodge, Montana It is an American tradition to travel about the country on vacations spanning from a few days to a few months. A few examples of popular locations traveled by millions of tourists each year include major cities, national monuments, ski resorts, theme parks, and national parks. These popular travel destinations are constantly flourishing with new and returning visitors looking to take a break and relax. In particular, the tourists traveling to national monuments, ski resorts, and national parks are most likely to encounter tourist towns....   [tags: Tourism Traveling Vacation Essays]
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Italia - Italia This trip started out in the usual frantic last minute preparation that is customary to me. I ran around Wal-Mart buying travel shampoo and extra film before rushing home to pack less than twelve hours before leaving. However, not all the planning for this trip was last minute. In fact, this was a trip that had been planned out for a good six months before leaving. After finishing my last final for the spring semester, I am heading out on a plane with my parents and three of their best friends to take on Italy for two weeks....   [tags: Italy Vacation Tourism Papers] 2409 words
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The Tourist System and Singapore - The Tourist System and Singapore In this essay I will discuss how the development of travel has impacted Singapore as a tourist destination. I will identify the factors that have assisted in the development of tourism within Singapore and the elements of Leiper’s (1990) Basic Whole Tourist System. I will also discuss the roles the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) undertake to develop Singapore as a destination. Singapore is a unique city that attracts various tourists from young to old, appealing to all generations and interests....   [tags: Papers] 1040 words
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Harley davidson - Why are cities like Singapore an important issue to study within the tourism context. Studying Singapore as a Urban Tourist destination Introduction: Urbanization is a global process, described by Johnston (1981:363) as a ‘process by which: first, an increasing proportion of an area’s population become concentrated in its statistically defined urban spaces’. (Hall, 2003: 1) From the past we can see that a number of towns and cities have evolved as important locations for tourism activity. During the renaissance period, a number of educational institutions, health spas and religious centers in Europe attracted a large number of people to urban destinations....   [tags: essays research papers] 1987 words
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Effects Terrorism has on our Nation - Effects Terrorism has on our Nation Purpose: To inform readers of the effects the recent terrorist attacks have on society today. Audience: General Thesis: The terrorist attack on America has affected the economy, tourism and the foreign society tremendously. The Effects Terrorism has on Society From the lips of the FBI, “Terrorism is the unlawful use of force or violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objective.” On September 11, 2001 the United States of America experienced such actions, it was the largest terror attack experienced by any country....   [tags: essays research papers] 608 words
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Business Report: Sunrise Resorts - Sunrise Resorts is a nationwide chain of resorts, with 35 branches all over India. They provide a whole gamut of hospitality services including Weekend Getaways, Spiritual Retreats, Long Holidays, Group Outings and Adventure Trips to customers. The company aspires to reach out to a whole new segment of potential customers by marketing itself effectively over the internet. With the shift in the demography of the country, there is also a significant change in the company's clientele. Rising levels of disposable income with the Indian middle class, increased penetration of the internet throughout India, easy availability of credit cards and the low cost airlines boom are factors which are contributing to making the tourism industry one of the most promising sectors in India....   [tags: Hotel, Industry, Economics, Case Study, solution] 1059 words
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Marketing Plan - Marketing Plan Current Market Situation An opportunity for Western Slopes's success exists because the national tourism and travel industry is growing 4% and adventure travel 10% annually. According to the Department of Commerce, the US travel and tourism industry is the nation's third largest retail industry and will be number one by the year 2000. Revenues from travel have increased approximately 100% in the last decade with US travel agencies producing over $100 billion in revenues each year....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing BTEC Coursework] 727 words
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Key Features of a Range of Commercial and Non-Commercial and Commercial Organizations - Key Features of a Range of Commercial and Non-Commercial and Commercial Organizations An evaluation of the key features of a range of commercial and non- commercial organisations to illustrate differences in their funding and their business objectives PRIVATE SECTOR (Commercial) Private sector are companies owned by a particular group of people they mainly not government companies, the owners are individuals and can range from small one-person businesses to large multinational corporations who they main mission of the organisation is to generate profit and providing excellent service to their customers....   [tags: Papers] 699 words
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Bangkok's Effot to Build a Positive Image of the Nation's Culture - ... America, for example, the data according to the Travel Industry Association of America (2005) showed that of 81 percent of domestic travel in 2004 was for leisure purposes which entertainment and sightseeing are included. For domestic travelers, historical sites and museums are popular attractions and they travel along with other leisure activities such as shopping and outdoor adventure. Another good case is Tate Modern, a London art attraction, becomes the second most visited venue in the country in year 2007 where can attract 4.9 million visitors (BBC News 2007)....   [tags: Culture]
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Impact Of 2012 Olympics On Hospitality - 2012 Olympics and its impact on the hospitality industry of London. Research Background / Context On 6th July’ 2005 London was selected as the host city for the 2012 summer Olympic and Paralympics Games. The games is often labelled as the “greatest show on earth” which involves thousands of sports persons both men and women from around the globe aiming to reach the ultimate in sporting achievement. The Olympic Games will take place entirely in London, but the bid team had stressed throughout their campaign that the games would benefit the whole of Britain....   [tags: Cause Effect Olympics London] 1719 words
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The Changes in Politics and Business Since September 11th Attacks - The Changes in Politics and Business Since September 11th Attacks The September 11th attacks on the world trade organisation left the world in shock, changing the lives many individuals, organisations, countries and economies. It has affected the world of business and politics in many ways and these effects are still continuing to occur. Following the attack, it was difficult for New York to derive the specific economic costs, hence making it harder for the American government to introduce plans aiming to resolve the situation....   [tags: Papers] 1752 words
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