The following factors contributed to the growth of the Domestic Tourist Traffic in India • Changing Consumer Lifestyle – The 65% of the India population who are in the age group of 20 to 65 years are more keen and interested to explore new destinations and take frequent Holidays • Growth and development of the Infrastructure – Availability of proper, good and hygienic food, affordable hotels, parking spaces, rental cars ets are among the few reasons that have given a boost to the Indian Tourism Industry. Domestic as well as foreign investment in basic infrastructure such as transportation, accommodation and other tourism related services have caused overall development in the economic condition of the country. • Evolving Lifestyle around International Tourist Traffic – with the increase of international tourist coming to India each year in 2013 it reached 7.5 million of the world tourist in 2013. The annual growth rate is expected to reach at 6.2% in the the next 10 years and the expenditure generated by these tourist(visitors’ export) is also expected to reach an amount of INR 2958 Billion which is a growth of 9.6% per annum. Hence it will lead to a complete development of
At a glance, we see wellness tourism growing in many parts of the world (SRI International, 2014). Upon closer inspection, we find Asia leading the charts as it continues to be the fastest-growing region for wellness tourism (ibid). A look at the industry landscape reveals how the easing of travel restrictions in Asian countries such as China (Carnival Corporation & plc, 2016) and the rising incomes of the Asian middle class (SRI International, 2014) have attributed to the aforementioned trend as Asian travelers now less restricted by legislation and possess greater purchasing power. With wellness tourism projected to continue its strong growth in Asia, this is a significant trend in the tourism industry as it represents a drastic shift in the Asian consumer preferences. Consumer preferences are vital as they shape business plans and when met, bring in the revenue.
Swot Analysis Strength Throughout the years, the tourism industry in Malaysia has been rapidly growing and it is becoming one of the main attractions for politicians and economist in Malaysia. The strength of Malaysia tourism industry is that Malaysian can understand the language English other than their own mother tongue language, this would allow them to speak easily with the tourists. Next, Malaysia is known to have 3 different races and culture like Malay, Chinese, and Indian in the country this would allow the tourist to get familiar with the different culture and get to experience it as well. This would be one of the significant attractions for tourist to visit Malaysia as they can be curious with the culture differences. Moving on,
Besides that, the campaign hopes to increase and expand the national economic development by place greater focus on domestic overnight leisure market, the length of stay and expenditure. By increasing awareness and huge publicity on the new potentially developed local tourist attractions and activities with many other options for holiday, this will make Malaysians travel and plan their domestic holidays (Tourism Malaysia,
Tourism is one of the largest and most dynamic international sectors. Its rapid growth, the continuous development of infrastructures, the flow of foreign exchange and the introduction of advanced management technologies have made positive and negative impacts to social and economic development. Thus, this reflective essay will analyze and focus mainly on my recent trip to Nepal. For the positive economic impacts, I’ve observed that some tourism in Nepal comprise the provision of employment tourist attractions to people living in the area. An example of this is the Chitwan National Park, which only hire local residents because it helps to benefit the economic of the country.
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY “ Welcome a tourist and send back a friend ”. Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first Prime Minister. In the 21st century, tourism has emerged as a major economic driver throughout the globe, and it has been growing leaps and bounds. The growing demand for this smokeless industry is because of changing demographic characteristics of the people, changing life styles, increased disposable income, long leisure time, changing mindset of working class, advancements in transportation and rapid development of information technology. Innovation in the tourism destinations is also motivating the people to go for tours to enjoy their holidays.
UIEA EK Davila Gilder Mayu Sato Tourism: Is it all about Entertainment or Profits? Tourism has always been one of the important factors which contribute the economic development of a country. At present days, the tourism sector has flourished because of the improved transportation system and easy access to countries. However, the inside story tells a different picture. Tourism has direct and indirect impact on the economy and society by creating job opportunity, generating revenue and profit, while on other picture tourism brings in negative effects like environmental problems, cultural erosion and most importantly crime rates due to its overwhelming expansion.
The countries whose GDP is growing and will continue to grow due to the fact that it will attract foreign direct investment and hence more business and leisure travel. Franchising is viewed as the best option for growth. Online marketing has now become an important medium
Thanks to Tourism, people can travel farther and quicker to destinations that were once considered unreachable and inconvenient. The tourism industry is a diverse sector, which during the past decade, has shown growth and potential. This is evident by the fact that the International Tourist Arrivals has increased from 25 million globally in 1950 to 1133 million in 2014. Following world maps shows international tourists arrival in 2010: ROLE IN DEVELOPMENT Tourism Industry plays a very vital role in the development of countries. For many years it has been helping countries to portray a softer image to the world.
Variety shows that feature a number of different theatrical arts are common in Bangkok, Phuket, Chiang Mai, and Pattaya. “Siam Niramit” show is the most popular Thai cultural show among tourists visiting Thailand. The show has received TripAdvisor Award of Excellence in 2012, 2013 & 2014 continuously. Bagging Thailand Tourism award for 2010 & 2013, Prime Minister’s Creative Award 2011, the Siam Niramit show is attracts more and more tourists visiting Thailand each year. Theatrical performances of ancient Muay Thai boxing matches, Thai tribal dances, puppet shows are also popular cultural attractions of