Cultural Heritage Tourism

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section{Cultural Heritage Tourism} label{key:slearn} Cultural heritage tourism is the travelling activities of tourists to the cultural places away from their usual environment with the intention to obtain new experiences to satisfy their cultural needs, including landscapes, the visual and performing arts, and special (local) lifestyles, values, traditions, events as well as other ways of creative and inter-cultural exchange processes. According to cite{hinsberg03}, Cultural tourism is important for various reasons; egin{enumerate} item It has a positive economic and social impact. The economic and social impact is caused by the incomes created by the cultural tourism business and supporting businesses. item It establishes and…show more content…
Adventure tourist is people who want an unusual and exciting experience. Cultural tourist is people who want to experience different cultures and also want to experience the world heritage sites in the country. The eco-tourist is people who travel to experience nature places. Leisure tourist is people who want to rest, relax, and have a break from the usual routines. Religious tourist is people who want to see and experience the religious places. Shopping tourist is people who travel to shopping malls, shopping centres, factory shops, craft markets for buying items. Special interest tourist is people who have a particular interest in a certain place. Sport and recreation tourist is people who participate in or watch sports events. item VFR…show more content…
Nowadays, informal learning is no longer defined only in terms of the place where learning occurs. The definition is broadened up due to the strong connection with the ICT which support learning at any time and any places through mobile device cite{hwang6}. The use of ICT, in fact, enlarges incredibly the range/number of heritage artifacts that are potentially available for educational purposes by offering the possibility of getting in touch with them also at a distance. In addition, digital technologies also offer significant new possibilities for both actualizing active learning approaches and personalizing learning activities according to specific attitudes, tastes, talents and needs of learner cite{ott11}. subsection{The Benefits of Informal Learning} egin{enumerate} item Freedom to explore the experience at own pace, place, time, convenience. Informal learning offers personalization service to explore the knowledge. item Greater scope for creativity, originality, critical thinking. Informal learning is very similar to natural knowledge acquiring. Thus, it is triggering the ability of access, analysing and synthesizing information. item Can take in anywhere and anytime. Informal learning can take place in any space, such as the workplace, the family, a religious institution, museums, the community and the like. item Can fulfil the variety of learning needs and
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