All products and services are strongly linked to each other. For example, different parts of computer can be manufactured in different locations of the world and assembled in China to save cost. Both developed and developing countries such as Malaysia are cautious of its benefits not only socioeconomically but also geopolitically. Realizing this, Malaysia has started to take initiative in the globalization approach in the 21st century. For example, the export of Thai rice and sugar to Malaysia, telecommunication equipment to Vietnam, rice and vehicles including spare parts to the Philippines and electrical equipment, machinery, fruits and vegetables to Indonesia.
Governments view tourism as a tool for infrastructure development, job opportunities, earning foreign exchange, balance of payments, regional development and generating benefits for local communities (Glasson et al., 1995). Tourism development can increase individual’s income and revenues for host countries (Ahn et al., 2002). The development of tourism industry in Malaysia has achieved a level that can be proud of. Tourism related services are one of the main economic activities in Malaysia. It is the second largest foreign export earner, after manufacturing and has been growing since 2000 with international arrivals increasing by 9% per
Therefore, the development of tourism will be brought to a new level, the hotel industry as a major branch of the tourism industry will also get unprecedented development opportunities. But this also will cause some problems, such as whether the traditional hotel management mode applies to the new situation; the hotel how to deal with the growth spurt of traffic; increasing personnel costs as well as restaurants, hotels and facilities maintenance costs; and how to face consumption campaign after the downturn. Etc. These problems are waiting to solve. Similarly future economic trends outside of Malaysia, for the development of Malaysia 's hotel industry is equally important because it shows that the hotel industry in Malaysia is being or is about to bear pressure on the operation.
Its international ports and airports are well connected to bus and train services, making travel to, from and around the country easy and efficient. There is a variety of public transportation in larger cities. In Kuala Lumpur, for example, there are stage buses, taxis, trishaws, as well as train. Besides public transport, private transport (individually-owned vehicles) also has huge impact on Malaysian road space demand. There are more registered vehicles in Malaysia today and large number of private vehicles travelling into the city centers pressure for road users, especially at peak hours.
As a new independence country, Malaysian foreign policy was geared towards the survival. Malaysia take a step by becoming an anti-communist and pro-western which can be seen with the relationship with western countries, the Commonwealth countries, Non-Aligned Movement countries and also other Islamic states. Besides, in order to strengthen the economy and security, Malaysia cooperate with other countries by becoming part of ASA in 1960, MAPHILINDO in 1963 and also ASEAN in
1. Introduction In recent years there has been a boost in the Malaysian economy and stable government regulations has created a great impact in the economic foundation of Malaysia. Various diversities in terms of culture and region have caught attention of many people around the globe. The field of Education and Tourism has been a rising up in Malaysia over the past few years. People from all over the world frequently come over to enjoy the tropical climate, diversities in cultures, traditions, architectural structures and the Asian aesthetics of this country.
Even though it doesn't bring valuable foreign currency into the country, but it does offer many of the other advantages of inbound tourism. Domestic tourism is able to bring in job opportunities and stimulate economic growth and development. Thus, the purpose of developing domestic tourism can lead to several benefits. It is important to uncover many other aspects of Malaysians as travelers, including typical requirements and their psychographic backgrounds, in order to gain better understanding and to plan better products to meet their
First, only governments have the ability to create an environment that is beneficial for the tourism industry. Their policies address a range of objectives, such as social, environmental, economic, and educational, which will be more attractive for a country as a destination. Furthermore, only governments have the ultimate power to provide security, political stability, and financial structure in order to boost tourism development (Marketa, 2016). Second, tourism depends on the success of other industries. The provision of public goods, for example clean beaches, is vital for tourists.
In order to develop, a country must have relationship with other developed country especially in term of economic. When a country start to develop lots of investors, businesses and technologies are brought inside to boost economy. Like other country, Malaysia also adopt some negative and positive consequences of modernization. As know the main tools to develop a country is through information and communication technology. A country with sophisticated information technology is likely to become more adapt with the global culture that also important for business and others institution.
To maintain that situation, our leaders have introduced many policies that mostly succeed to uniting the Malaysian. The most popular policy or idea is 1Malaysia introduced by our current Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Mohd Najib Bin Tun Abdul Razak on April,2 2009. The concept of 1 Malaysia is a step that coincides with the people in facing this challenge. This concept is in line with what is enshrined in the Constitution and the Fundamental Principles of Rukun Negara. 1 Malaysia has aspires us to improve race relations to ensure that Malaysians can forge a greater unity.