Philippines ' tourism industry is flourishing throughout the years and making numerous open doors for the economy and the local people (Takashi et al., ND). The Philippines offers arranged tourism exercises and goals for visitors with different inclination, Philippine tourism industry is seen to progressively play a significant part in the country’s economic improvement (Jalani, 2012). As tourist arrival increases, additional income for the local people increases as consumptions of the basic necessities of the tourists that can be found on the destinations that are being consumed (Felicen et al., 2014; Ateinza et al, 2014). One of the waterfalls in Negros Occidental is Mag-Aso Falls. The word Mag-Aso means “smoke”.
These impacts being social, cultural, economic and environmental. To develop local tourism huge money must be invested in the heritage of a specific place, the upkeep of local facilities and the improvement of infrastructure. With all of these societal changes better education is developed, technological advances are made, general welfare is boosted and new tax revenue is generated. By new tourists coming in from all parts of the world the locals get the chance to “interact with the tourists, mix with people from diverse backgrounds which creates a cosmopolitan culture in the region” (Mdusm, Prince). The growth of an economy, due to the demand of better services and growing social atmosphere, employment opportunities are created which causes locals to stay in the inner city rather than travel to other areas to earn their living.
The sharp increase in the number of tourists, business travelers, and students participating in international educational programs is reflected in the change of the hotel sector. With a growing number of people, traveling abroad is increasing and the number of accommodation facilities. To counter the competition, running a successful business in a saturated market, companies need to offer to increase power, to expand. Hotel chains or networks are the most efficient form of organization of the hotel business at the present stage. Proper management of the process of formation of hotel chains in the market of tourist services is an essential factor for
1.1. Introduction With increased arrival of tourists to India travel and Tourism has become an integral part of India. Tourism Industry is a multibillion industry in India and the liveliest tertiary activity. Driven by the focus on innovation and creating value for tourists, India has emerged as a popular tourist destination in the world. It succeeded in changing the attitude and the way we look at the foreign tourists by emphasizing on the aspect that a guest has been held in high respect in India since ancient times.
In recent year, tourism industry has got significant change to adopt the development change in innovation and the use of new technologies. Generally innovation is a profitable market that introduce new product ,new services and improved the production process in efficient and effective way of implementing strategies such as marketing strategy, management strategy and communication strategy. In the past few decades greats focus has been increased in tourism innovation. Tourism considers as a promising industries in the world, and an important factor for economic growth and competitiveness of tourism business (Mei et al, 2011). Furthermore, innovation play vital role to confront the future challenges in tourism and economy sectors.
Tourist attractions and facilities provides income for stake holders and create a job for the local community. According to Stynes (1997), the travel and tourism sector can a variety of positive economic impacts as discussed below: 1. Increase in domestic income and foreign currency earnings Hosting an event like Olympics is the increase in domestic and international tourists. This increasing number of tourists illustrates that there will be a huge involvement of investors for making big profits which will result in maximum domestic income and earning foreign currency. All the tourism sector generates income and wealth from the smallest income to the billions of dollars mainly in Tokyo.
In our current hyper connected world, the increase in interactivity in the digital space has led to the rise of social media. Social media is widely used by travelers for cultural tourism (Buhalis and Law 2008; Hennig-Thurau et al., 2010 as cited in Öz, 2015). Hence, social media networking allows tourists to acquire cultural travel information faster and more effortlessly. Furthermore, Öz (2015) has found that consumers heavily rely on social media to find out more about information relating to travel(95.2%). Katsoni (2014) also discovered that social media is a dominant channel of information during their trip planning phase.
Therefore, boosting leisure and tourism is an important part of state’s plan for greater investment in the tourism industry. Kuwait is cosmopolitan and contemporary country, yet it remains true to its heritage and traditions. Additionally, it is a highly urbanized state that offers a host of attractions and services to visitors. Apart from enjoying outstanding accommodation and superb dining, there are plenty of attractive spots for tourists to visit in Kuwait. This report will be identifying the three major tourist attractions in Kuwait that reflect on the overall economic growth radically and gradually.
Abstract This economic journal expresses how the Indian economy is being benefitted by the tourism sector, and how the tourism ministry in India is encouraging more international and domestic travel by launching campaigns worldwide like “Incredible India” and domestic campaigns like “athithi devo bhava”. Introduction Tourism has emerged as the world’s major social phenomenon of societies which is driven by the urge of humans to explore more, understand more, learn more and experience more. In today’s date tourism is the leisure activity of the masses, with people travelling to domestic and international destinations to get rid of the flatness of life. Tourism has played quiet an important role in the development of many countries with sizeable economic benefits and
The involvement construct has grown and attracted more and more interest by researchers, because of its theoretical and practical value. Although studies have been developed on the role of emotions in consumer behaviour those have only been empirical applied in the tourism field studies to a very limited extend. However, while the majority focuses primarily on the role and impact of emotions in consumer behaviour generally, with some exceptions. To our knowledge to this date, no studies have been undertaken in order to understand the synergetic role of involvement and emotions of tourists in their tourist activity on leisure vacations. Although the study addresses the factors that help to predict tourist behavioural intentions when planning a wine tourism vacation, is limited because focuses on wine tourism and is need to check its assumptions into a broader context.