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The impact of tourism on the economic growth is constantly rising due to increasingly growing size of the tourist market. Domestic tourism also play an important role in achieving the country’s objectives like promoting cultural, Social and national integration. d) Cultural integration: Culture is the most important lifeblood of tourism. Culture and tourism both have a significant relationship. Cultural tourism refers the person’s movement to cultural attractions that is away from their normal place of
Tourism and Hospitality has developed rapidly and becoming extremely important to economy in the world. The income that several countries in the world receive from tourism industry can be reached to $1billion per year. In addition, Marketing is one of the most important factors that help and effect to tourism industry in many positive ways. Marketing evolved in the tourism industry since 1980. It promotes tourism industry by encouraging the tourists to travel at their destination with the strategy that made up to the tourist satisfaction.
2. Impact Of Tourism Industry In Singapore Tourism industry growth has been a major booster to increased economic activity throughout Singapore and the world. Visitors or tourists contribute to sales, profits, jobs, tax revenues, and income to the country. Hence, it is often cited to capture primary and secondary effects of tourism spending. In consequence of the multiplier effect, small changes in government spending can create much larger changes in total turn- out.
Tourism is a worldwide force for economic and regional development. Tourism development carries with it a blend of advantages and costs and the developing field of tourism economic is making an essential commitment to tourism approach, planning and business practices. First of all, this chapter provides a brief introduction of tourism industry and its impact towards the economy. Introduction of tourism industry make reader to understand deeply on how tourism industry will impact economy in Malacca. By understanding this background of research, problem statement and objectives can be identified in this paper.
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