Fascinating Places for tourism in Sri Lanka Sri Lanka passes by a significant number of names all through its recorded past. Till just as of late, the tropical isle country was formally named as the Dominion of Ceylon. The old Arabs once called it Serendip, and in spite of the fact that the name didn 't get on entirely well, it has in any case produced a to a great degree pleasurable English word - good fortune, authored by Horace Walpole through the title of a story, "The Three Princes of Serendip"
About Sri Lanka tourism The History of Sri Lanka has continued around more than 2,550 years. Sri Lanka has many different names, however, Buddhism was introduced from the third century. The kingdoms of Sri Lanka includes Yapahuwa, Dambadeniyam, Kandy, Jaffna Kingdoms, and Gampola. As a tourism industry, Sri Lanka is now growing. Sri Lanka has many beautiful hotels resorts, spas, that attract many foreign investors and tourists to visit this island. Many visitors are attracted because of its cultural
Relation of tourism industry in Maldives in light of the subject Industrial relations, 1967 an act 177 of the syllubus. In this report different aspects of industrial relations are cosidered, including human relations, industrial relations and Industrial relations, 1967 An act 177. INTRODUCTION TO TOURISM INDUSTRY IN MALDIVES The Maldives, known for its top of the line world class resorts, well known among the rich and acclaimed is arranged in South West of Sri Lanka on the Equator
Competitive Rivalry 4. Threat of Substitutes 5. Threats of New entrants Application of Competition to Taj group Competition in the hospitality sector is very common in every part of the world. It is much more intense in India as the tourism is growing very fast. Today Taj groups of hotel consider as one of the most luxury hotel in India but even though taj has many competitors in India like Hilton Honors, Oberoi, IHG, Marriott etc which effects its economy. (Competitors for Taj
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