But Thailand’s economy doesn’t only rely on its exportations. Tourism plays an important role in the economy of the country too, and its weight get bigger every single year.
"One's destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things." A quote from Henry Miller that tell you about the true meaning of the word destination. In this world, there are a lot of places. We should at least once in his life. But Thailand is the top5 country for tourism. Tourists want to travel much weighs. And one of the tourists. More people want to live in permanent. Although, the political situation of the country is not peaceful. But there are several factors that make foreign nationals wishing to visit Thailand. There are three factors; weather in Thailand with summer season, Thai food is signature of nation and many historic site in Thailand are wonderful places, and expenditure of living in Thailand such as value of money
The Impact of tourism (Environmental impact) Tourism has a great impact on the host community that is Bangkok. Tourism brings in improvement in the community, it brings a change in the lifestyles, environment etc. Tourism can contribute in the economic growth of an area. In the past, tourism was based only on the accommodation, hospitality, transportation and entertainment zone with visitors’ attraction such as theme parks, amusement parks, sports facilities, museums etc.
In her love for all, she opens her doors to us, embraces us with all affection, and meets all our wishes, it is Thailand known as the city of friends as is called from the Kuwaitis. Thailand is one of the most important countries in tourism that attracts people from all over the world. “The tourism industry in Thailand is the country’s second largest revenue earner, second only to computers and computer components. In 1999, tourism earned 253 018 million baht, compared to 299 780 baht for computers and their components” (Thavaraskha, n.d, p.226). Furthermore, Thailand is one of the country's most famous tourist destinations and has the most famous tourist cities are Bangkok, Phuket and Pattaya
Tourism is majorly important in both MEDCs and LEDCs, as they are a way of economically developing the country. Tourism is one of the most worldwide industries in the world. Thailand is one of the most visited countries in South East Asia and the world, and this has benefitted Thailand with many advantages, but everything has disadvantages to them, even tourism. To be able to distinguish whether tourism is a good or bad thing for Thailand, we can separate the effects of tourism in three categories: economic, social and environmental impacts. Since economic impacts are first on the list, I will start explaining this first.
Tourism is a Good Economic Development Strategy for Malaysia Currently, tourism has been a significant industry globally. According to the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), over the past six decades, tourism has become one of the largest and fastest growing economic sectors in the world (Dwyer & Spurr, 2010). Tourism, as a kind of the third industry, is especially popular and has also been the most important economic sources in Southeast Asian countries because of the its rich tourism resources. Southeast Asia is the world famous tourist resort, which attracts people from all over the world. Both the humanistic amorous feelings and beautiful islands let people who travel to southeast Asia feel deeply intoxicated. Among all
To tour a country will enable one to gain memories and broaden their horizons, but at what cost to the local culture and heritage. Tourism is the act or practice of touring, especially for pleasure and cultural tourism can refer to all aspects of travel, whereby the travelers learn about the history and heritage of another culture. This discussion will examine the sex tourism industry in Thailand and how it can create and maintain inequality, the problem of Child labour globally and Standardisation and commodification of culture. This discussion will argue that cultural tourism creates and maintains inequality and using the functionalist perspective and post-colonial theory to address how and why.
At the present time, tourism is one of the sectors that provide the largest contribution to the economic development of countries (Kandampully, 2000). One of the fastest growing segments in the tourism industry is city tourism (Paskaleva-Shapira, 2007). And the rapid growth of tourism industry in developing country, including Malaysia in the past three decades has attracted attention from the government, practitioner and researchers, since it’s being identify as one of the National Key Economic Areas in the Government transformation Program to achieve the country’s Vision 2020 to become an advanced nation in 2020 (PEMANDU, 2010). In Malaysia, tourism industry is one of the economic generators as imitated in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
Tourism industry has influence to economic growth which is the size and value of a national economy is normally expressed as the total value of all goods and services. Thus, tourism industry perceived as contributed on generating foreign exchange earnings, employment and income. Moreover, the rising economic importance of the industry had been urged by the large and growing number of international tourists. However, the tourists that come to country can give some impacts and challenges face the Malaysia tourism industry.
The economic impacts of tourism industry normally focus on indirect impacts which change in sales, income and employment in a region resulting from tourism activity (Daniel J.Stynes, 1999). In Malaysia, tourism is main source and the biggest contribution in economic country. Tourism has potential to contribute sales, profits, jobs and tax revenues, it is the most important reason why the government is attempting to support and boost tourism development. Currently, tourism industries become increasing essential...