These pillars improves the local wealth of the community by maximizing the contribution of tourism to the local communities and destination‘s economy, which includes the spending that was received from tourists. Sustainable tourism generates incomes and decent employment opportunities for workers, without affecting the environment and culture of the tourist’s in the destination and ensures the practicability and competitiveness of destinations and enterprises to enable them to continue to flourish wealth and deliver benefits in the long term. In this sense, development should be a positive experience for local populations, tourism companies, workers and tourists themselves. However, the arrivals of tourists from different parts of the world have an influence on local cultures, whether positive or negative. Exposure to other cultures and norms may in fact create awareness and tolerance, just as it can create tensions and
The process related to the development of the people in the community depended not only on the enhancement of the living standards of the people but also entails education among the adults. (Garzotto & Paolini, 2004) Countries that were more rural based used tourism, in this case community based tourism, as a vehicle to provide more options and diversification for their economic foundation. (Busby & Rendle, 2000) CBT became an alternative to farming and agriculture proving that tourism was an advantage in terms of raising the life standards of the rural people and ultimately brought positive changes to the communities. (Murphy, C., & Halstead, L. (2003) The Malaysian Homestay Tourism Master Plan (2001) introduced by the Ministry of Tourism Malaysia was the start of the homestay entrepreneurship. This was introduced to the rural population to facilitate the development of any communities in the country.
In order to accomplish this, Barbados would work to: enhance the export market and investment opportunities; improve and larger regional market access for local service providers; expand range of services activities capable of earning foreign exchange and promoting economic versatility; and increase competition in the domestic market and as a result, new investors will stimulate vast activity in these areas and provide consumers with more choices. Barbados supports the growth of intra-community and international trade and the mutually beneficial exchange of services and products among member states. As well, a
The nature possesses an appreciation value and the potential in attracting travelers around the world. In this way, ‘ecotourism’ worth being considered as a new perspective in Hong Kong tourism development. According to definition stated by The Ecotourism Society, ecotourism is a responsible industry. It strikes a balance between ecosystem conservation and provide local citizens with employment opportunities. Topic Research
Therefore, it is an essential element that helps in building society by affecting the social and cultural life of residents. Using the case of Albania, Neranxi (2013:32) argues that the constructive elements of tourism have a huge impact in improving quality of life, intercultural communication and understanding, pride in community and resurgence traditional practices. She contends that it is considered that, many people believe on the positive benefits of tourism on social cultural impacts. This includes residents’ pride of their local culture, the improvement in many issues such as quality of products and services of tourism infrastructure, and specially, the cultural exchange between tourist and residents, who generally speaking, tend to be active and friendly in a variety of cultural activities. The most agreed statement in that due to tourism, people entertaining opportunity and thanks to tourism their quality of life has become better.
These could help local government administrator or subordinate to do their work base on suited for their departments. When each department does their best then it will generate more revenue, which can used for expansion and develop your local, and finally develop the country. For example, if local managers work with autonomy or freedom, they will reduce their pressure from higher levels of managers, and the work could be effective. They also have a chance to practice their talents and have initiative, because they could do to their best. All of these are the causes that could make the country continue
The projects are on eco-tourism and handicraft production of indigenous people. These pilot projects have the potential to involve more local people in the management of activities such as habitat management, wardening and monitoring. Assessing and training will be provided as appropriate during the remainder of the project. The objective of this project is to increase the additional income to the local community through the production and marketing of handicrafts. The development of Semelai-run tourism services will improve their socio-economic status, reducing dependency on limited natural resources, and help to compensate the possible loss of revenue from traditional extractive activities.
1 Other than that, the local communities also have a perception that the tourism activities should bring more advantages and benefits towards the residents from the economics aspects. The tourism activities bring a development towards the place around it in order to satisfied and meet the tourist expectation during the visit the development will be doing in the place. Through the development that come together the local communities are very thankfull for it especially for the economics development that come together with the tourism (Mohammadi,
As mentioned by WTO (2001), sustainable tourism is the “development that meets the needs of present tourists and host regions while protecting and enhancing opportunities for the future. It is envisaged as leading to management of all resources in such a way that economic, social and aesthetic needs can be fulfilled while maintaining cultural integrity, essential ecological processes, biological diversity and life support system”. Sustainable tourism embraces all segments of tourism industry with guidelines and criteria that seek to reduce environmental impacts particularly the use of non-renewable resources using measurable benchmarks and to improve tourism’s contribution to sustainable development and environmental conservation. There is need to study sustainable tourism features particularly rural sites, which is focus for Malaysia. There are already existing different publically available tourism ontologies that may serve as basis for problem specific tourism ontologies.