There are plenty of benefits brought by cultural tourism as well. Majority of the issues are caused by ignorance or the cultural travellers, such as the Kayan tribe. Governments can consider educating their citizens more about responsible tourism, so when they travel, they are more aware. Additionally, government can encourage, and offer incentives to tour operators to get them to adopt social ethics, and promote responsible tourism. Additionally, they can fine those who refuse to comply heavily.
I feel like MacCannell associates modernity with tourism because modernization in a way is a sort of customary observance or activity that is in search to acquire the authentic. MacCannell backed up this argument by saying that tourist are only ashamed when they do not see the whole thing or do not see what it ought to be seen, this is when they don’t get the full desire of the reason behind them traveling. He went on to say that “tourism is based on on a desire to go beyond the other “mere” tourists to a more profound appreciation of society and culture to some degree; it is a basic component of their motivation to travel”. MacCannell also argued that Modernity goes beyond older social boundaries, appearing first in urban industrial centers and spreading rapidly to underdeveloped areas. There is no other complex of reflexive behaviors and ideas that follow this development as tourism and sightseeing.
Nonetheless, the variation in the association that exists between the hosts and the tourists is determined by the socio-cultural effects of tourism development. The variation in the attitude of the host depends on the perceived benefits and costs of tourism. In a scenario where it is beneficial to the hosts, rather than the negative costs, the attitude of the hosts towards the industry will be positive and beneficial to both parties. The interaction between the two parties raises another concern regarding cultural tolerance and reduces prejudice and tension between the hosts and the tourists. The positives suggested can only be witnessed where tourism benefits the hosts, who consequently embraces the growth of the industry.
It 's substantially more about the general population that you go through your vacation with and the exercises that you appreciate doing. This clarifies why such a large number of individuals appreciate outdoors trips. Such excursions can be embraced on a generally little spending plan and are not ordinarily connected with the kind of extravagances that a few people consider as being key to the occasion. On the substance of it, they may not seen perfect. In any case, devotees of outdoors and realize that such outings can truly be the highlight of any mid year.
An example of this is the Chitwan National Park, which only hire local residents because it helps to benefit the economic of the country. It showed that tourism also help to develop and improve local services and infrastructure, such as rebuilding of highways and roads positively impact both of the locals and tourists who come to visit. However tourism has some negative effects, including rising prices in cities and towns experiencing mass tourism. If businesses realize they can get more money from tourists, the price of property, goods and services will increase.
In the past, Malaysian only travelled for other purposes than leisure. As time go by, the mind-set of Malaysian have changed, they started to realise the value of leisure tourism. During school holidays, long weekend and public holidays, Malaysian will choose to travel domestically in all around the country. Sometimes, on the weekend, they might want a short getaway from the usual place, it is suitable to travel for two days one night or one day trip in Malaysia. Even though it doesn't bring valuable foreign currency into the country, but it does offer many of the other advantages of inbound tourism.
1.1 Background of the Study In this day and age, majority of the holidaymakers specifically backpacker tourists hold different insights about certain destinations that would introduce a justified holiday experience at its finest. Enjoying the captivating gateways of a natural and environmentally serene yet an ideal location would be a factor of great drive evolving to their travel motivation which provides evidence on the endlessly increasing mobile world. “Travel motivations forms an integral part of travel behavior and has been widely researched and applied in tourism marketing strategies.” It was emphasized by (Venkatesh, 2006) that the need or desire to see the unseen and definitely know the unknown are driving people to travel to new-fangled places and motivates them to visit new destinations.” Therefore, with much force of a potential
The definition of tourism varies from person to person, from organization to organization. Nearly every organization defines it differently. Tourism Society of England defined it as the “Temporary movement of people to destinations outside the places where they will live and work during their stay at the destination place”. Whereas the International association of scientific experts define it as “Particular activities chosen and undertaken outside home.” In short tourism is the temporary movement of people (tourists) from their place of origin to another. Thanks to Tourism, people can travel farther and quicker to destinations that were once considered unreachable and inconvenient.
For individual travelers, according to Plog’s psychographics, venturers are those who prefer unique and independent travel experiences at destinations that are yet to be developed to a mass tourism market, which so called allocentric destinations. On the other hand, authentics are tourists who tend to visit well-developed tourist locations and would like to travel with tour groups. I will discuss the characteristics of both venturers and authentics in follows. Venturers, who own 4 % of the population (Plog 1985; cited in Nickerson 1989), are innovators who would like to be the first to visit a place or use a product. They are active and curious travelers who enjoy sense of delight and discovery, also they travel frequently and worldly to explore the world.
Evaluation criteria provide changes’ evaluation possibility during the time in a static process. However, besides the importance of tourism performance evaluation using indicators, the used indicators’ type is important as well. Despite the usual lack of information in the tourism sector, its performance evaluation over the years has been using common indicators such as number of tourists, length of stay, and tourists spent money. Therefore, World Tourism Organization encourages countries to use a standard method. So it’s necessary to take an integrated approach and tourism development evaluation based on combined criteria set which evaluates different development aspects, to evaluate development according to stable development measures and criteria.