Luxury Tourism Case Study

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5 Conclusion
5.1 Introduction
This chapter is going to summarize the research. It would address the research objectives and answer the research questions based on the important insights from the previous chapters. Further research suggestions are also provided based on the limitations of this research and future research possibilities.
5.2 The Summary of Findings and Contributions
Luxury tourism may be a popular item in the industry while few studies could be found in academic research industry. Noticeably, China is become the largest luxury consumption market in the world due to the rapid economic development and the Internet development which allows a wider access for them to acquire information about luxury. More flexible spending provides
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With no concept on luxury tourism, we take overseas traveling as the research subject. In an attempt to define luxury tourism , a journey envolves purchasing luxury purchaseing, luxury activity taking and luxury mind processing could be generated as luxury tourism. Under the market of China, it is obvious that luxury experience could be mostly possible occurred in overseas travelling. With no sufficient concepts and frames, exploration is one of the most research objectives and therefore quantitative and qualitative are both adopted in this research. We use data from primary survey to do both quantitative and qualitative analysis. Not surprisingly, deductive and inductive are both adopted in the research logic. We use deductive part to test the hypothesis and we use inductive to build an explorative…show more content…
This provides academic evidence for them to attract tourists based on better understanding of the tourism motivations. By acquiring a more comprehensive understanding of the subtle difference of the luxury tourism motivations of Chinese tourists and the other group of tourisms, they could make better service and improvements in their daily work and may find a right path to develop the industry.
Firstly, it is important that Directors of tourist companies that more than 90 percent of Chinese people have the tendency to travel abroad from the research data. And more than 20% of them are willing to make customized schedules made by agencies. Therefore, they should notice the great potential of the market.
Secondly, by understanding the utilitarian factors in the overseas traveling,

5.4 Limitations and Future Research (400)
Although this study provides helpful research results in luxury traveling and bridge a research gap, there are still some limitations. Therefore, we provide some future research directions that could avoid or make supplement for the current

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