It explored the Department of Tourism’s tourism strategy, looked into the proposed possible alternatives for improved tourism in the Malaysia. Finally, it concluded that the aggressive ... ... middle of paper ... ...ause it is bought with foreign currency. Production of goods is various services that tourists purchase, so they need to invest which benefits will get back to the country as well as it will contribute several careers. And also it leads to a current economy in the country as well. The dimension in term of social of tourism is to relax from tension.
It is an organized action plan which includes equating the economic objectives with the quality of life of locals, conservation of environment and conservation of the heritage. Strategic tourism planning is a part of tourism policy (Edgell & Swanson, 2013). Therefore, it can be said that strategic tourism planning needed to be included in the tourism policy for achieving long term economic and social objectives. Strategic tourism planning includes many steps, such as listing the main tourist attractions and developing and enhancing those to boost the tourism (Edgell & Swanson, 2013). This includes enhancing the tourism assets and maintaining the environment to improve tourism activity in the long run.
A tourism development funds aim to foster infrastructure and product development, strengthen the industry capability and attract “iconic” or major event. Such as hotel, retail and leisure facilities. Likewise, the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) oversees tourism planning, development and marketing as well as economic sectors have mutated into a key driven of economic growth and tourism development are thus contributing economically significant to Singapore Gross domestic Products (GDP). This has shown that focusing on the tourism industry is the right choice. 2.
Repeat customers can create a greater revenue, which mean marketing strategy is necessary to consider about maintaining the relationships with the old customers while seeking out new customers as well (Hussung, 2016). Therefore, with the special characteristics of tourism products, the role of marketing in tourism industry compared with other industries is more important and implementation of marketing tools for a country is considerable. To illustrate, marketing can offer some information about the specific place to encourage the tourists to visit their destination (Laimer & Juergen, 2009). Thus, tourism revenue and international income can be increase by good planning and administration of marketing
(Holloway, J. Christopher, 1985: 223) It have role in the national integration and cultural and natural environment preservation. Also adds to the continued existence of the arts forms, crafts and culture The spill over of the tourism sector into the rest of the economy is a positive externality and may lead to higher productivity in the economy as a whole and serve as a catalyst for growth in other sectors (Feder, 1982: 59- 73). Thus the tourism development provides a balanced development of the economy as a magic pentagon. The five points of the pentagon are: economic health, optimum satisfaction of guest requirements, healthy culture, unspoilt nature/ protection of resources and subjective well-being (Muller, 1994). The aim is to expand tourism by which no one point in the pentagon outweighs.so we can say that tourism become an instrument for sustainable human development by incorporating poverty alleviation, environmental regeneration ,Job creation and advancement of women and other disadvantaged
It has a multiplier effect on other economic activities, providing jobs and incomes to those serving tourists through the supply chain and also as it is a labour intensive industry. The infrastructure required by tourism—transport, communications, water supply and health services—also benefits local communities and can be used for other activities like speeding disaster relief, providing for the local population and fuelling the overall development of the region. Tourism helps to create awareness about natural and cultural environmental preservation. Historical monuments undergo regular preservation if they are tourist attractions rather than fabll into ruins. Tourism creates opportunities for small and micro-enterprises and helps in the development of the region
Sustainable tourism aims that protecting, preserving and improving the tourism resources such as natural, historical, cultural, social, aesthetic sources and keeping their attractiveness. Learning about the impacts of tourism has led many people to seek more responsible holidays. These include various forms of alternative or sustainable tourism such as nature-based tourism, ecotourism and cultural tourism. Sustainable tourism is getting more popular that become alternative to mainstream in years (http://www.unesco.org/education/tlsf/mods/theme_c/mod16.html). Ethic has many definitions but mostly describes as a moral philosophy.
The price of the tourism product should be value for money otherwise tourists will not want to visit the destination. Price and value is very important when visitors are considering traveling to New Zealand. Destination Queenstown aims to increase the amount of visitor spend while visiting Queenstown, this will help businesses within Queenstown. Promotion is all about promoting and advertising your products to other countries around the world. Destination Queenstown market with the following Marketing channels, consumer, media and comms, travel trade and business events.
Consumers in any industry contribute significantly to the development and prosperity of the industry. Therefore it is vital to establish a unified platform that connects consumer behaviour models and tourist typologies with the motivation to travel and get away from home. In this case, the paper is geared towards comprehensive analysis of tourist motivation in line with consumer behaviour models and tourist typologies based on Krippendorf’s
Students understanding of the needs of commercial architecture has lead to the push of sustainability in the education process. This in turn can cause more informed design that are greatly conscious of their ecological impact. Discuss instances where environmental thinking, broadly conceived, has impacted on contemporary architecture theory, education and practice. Try to identify recent debates that articulate the ethical context for such instances. Is the embrace of ESD [environmentally sustainable design] principles the panacea that many put forward?