The positives suggested can only be witnessed where tourism benefits the hosts, who consequently embraces the growth of the industry. However, in certain communities, tourism has come with a burden making the hosts hostile. For instance, some countries are congested due to frequent tourism activities. In these destinations, tourism-related activities cause resentment and infuriation among the host communities, which leads to problems that derail the developments in the industry. Therefore, for tourism to merit its “hospitality” name, it must consider the social and cultural influences it has on the host
Because of these reasons tourists may falter to visit some countries which may affect to that country’s economic growth. So, having a web based userfriendly tourism management system is important. This paper reviews existing tourism management systems and their performances and how technology can improve existing
There are numerous theories that can be applied to explain why people act in an eco-friendly way, providing the overview of the constructs of pro-environmental behaviour (PEB). Socio-demographic parameters are used widely however the impact of the cultural or national identity, which can be roughly approximated from the nationality of the tourist has not been precisely researched yet. Within this study the national identity of the tourist will be manipulated to help to understand its impact on PEB. The data on tourist behaviour in hotel setting together with the information from the reception and the cleaning company will be analysed. The starting point for this research is the work by Cvelbar, Grun & Dolnicar (2016) where the Slovenians have been identified as the most pro-environmental tourist while on vacation in Slovenia compared to representatives of the other countries.
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.
• Current growth rate of tourism presents an opportunity for ourselves which we may take advantage of. This is further supported by the current marketing campaigns by both the government and regional tourism body. • Presently there is no reliable public transportation company to take tourists to areas of interest. • International tourism trends indicate that today 's traveler wants a more enriching experience than that provided by conventional 'sun and sea ' vacations. THREATS The present growth in the tourism sector may result in an increasing number of firms entering the market.
The policy is important in such a way to help in transforming Malaysia’s economy as high income country, promotes healthcare and environment awareness, emphasize social integration and introduce tourism as high level education programmes. Implementation of the policy is through several agencies under Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia (MOTAC), National’s Plan, legal framework and association with private companies. Besides that, there many success stories that have been recorded as well as drawback stories of implementing tourism policy. Success stories have brought Malaysia on top of other big country in terms of tourism sector. Most of the drawback stories happen outside out of Malaysia that affects the country directly and indirectly.
Important findings were discovered from the research. The findings related to the impact of information searching on the internet and tourists’ personal income are in line with the studies of (Wu, Chuang, & Chen 2008; Johnson, 2011; Mason, Junyent, A. A., & Tornatora, M. C 2014). Based on the planned behavior theory, it appears that workers with low salaries from the hotels and guest houses environment in Ghana are discouraged due to personal income revenues. However, perceived positive information searching about the prospects in Europe and America engineered them to save towards travelling to the
People in the rural areas hear about success stories of those who moved to the urban areas and this acts as an incentive for people to move out to urban areas, those who migrate are mostly concerned with the benefits they hope to gain and give less thought to the problems that arise as a result of their migration, Rural-urban migration has long since been recognized as one of the major problems of rural development in Nigeria and yet the government has not been able to effectively curb it. (Nwosu 1979). Migration and natural population increase contribute to urban growth but is dependent on the level of urbanization. Rhoda (1983) though increase in population in the urban areas leads to a number of varying difficulties; increasing urbanization and growth of urban poverty are among the most pervasive difficulties of growing urban
The ensuing impact in tourism has accomplished both central focuses and downsides. There are no doubt tourists can change a destination. The snappy advancement of tourism has extended fiscal, regular and social effects. Starting late the thought has concentrated on the money related impacts and
FACTORS LIMITING SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS This section outlines some of the key points regarding limitation to tourism development in tourism attractions. The literature discusses the willingness of tourists to visit the cultural heritage sites as factor affecting sustainable tourist attractions. According to Abuamoud, (2014) a logistic regression model was employed in the analyse factors that affected tourism at cultural heritage sites in Northern Badia. The study found that education, variety of sites, multiple destinations, cost, and reasons for the visit had a significant impact on tourists' willingness to travel. Therefore improving cultural heritage sites and working closely with local communities to expand training and funding was highly recommended.