Many national tourism policies are drafted and actions plans are adopted in this regard. Since the tourism industry provides a lot of benefits to the country, it is imperative for the public and private sectors to improve the satisfaction of the tourists and consequently survive in the competitive tourism industries. Based on the 2018 budget presented by the Prime Minister, Dato Seri Najib Razak, a sum of RM2 billion fund with interest subsidy of 2% is allocated for the Small and Medium Scale Enterprise (SME) tourism industry. It will be provided in term of soft loan to the tour operators. This initiative will create opportunity among youth to venture into the tour operator business, thus providing healthy competition in the tourism industry.
Nowadays, developing countries are stimulating to develop the tourism industry to increase the revenue and economic growth. Thailand is one of the counties that used tourism industry to develop for a long time. Tourism industry of Thailand is beneficial because it impacts the national development. The other benefits are the developed areas, medical development, promoting Thai culture. In addition, Thailand is well-known as ‘the land of smile’ so many tourists are interested in the culture and destinations.
Economic benefits - Tourism can provide direct jobs to the community, such as tour guides or hotel housekeeping. Indirect employment is generated through other industries such as agriculture, food production, and retail. Visitors’ expenditure generates income for the local community and can lead to the alleviation of poverty in Portmore. Economic diversification is important to areas where there may be a concentration of environmentally damaging industries such as abondand buildings. Infrastructure development such as roads, schools, hospitals, and retail areas have the potential to benefit the local community and can aid economic development by allowing more trade and better flow of goods and services.
Nowadays, it constitutes a social necessity or even a social right as this is recorded by the increasing number of tourists. The aim of promoting tourism is to increase the net benefits to rural people, and increase their participation in managing & developing the tourism product. If more tourists’ arrival can be raised in rural areas, particularly in ways that involve high local participation in decisions and enterprises, then poverty impacts are likely to be enhanced. Though recent industry development in tourism is paying more attention to local actors and impacts at the destination level, it is argued that structural causes of uneven and unequal development will dampen any potential positive impacts related to poverty alleviation in developing countries. Tourism can turn local cultures into commodities when religious rituals, traditional ethnic rites and festivals are reduced and sanitized to conform to tourist expectations, resulting in what has been called "reconstructed ethnicity."
Introduction Today, many countries have quickly developed their tourism industries because this industry improves their economy. As long as tourism brings some economic profits to the countries that host international visitors and tourism surely have some disadvantages also. In the advantages, tourism will increase the demand of an area by the increase in travellers. And also service like hotels, restaurants, transport etc. So this will open new job opportunities develop the life of local people.
Executive Summary This report will provide in-depth details on the background of Singapore Tourism Board (STB) from its establishment to the success it is today, how they overcame problems, and what they resources do they provide for tourists. Through overseas promotional campaigns in early years, and mindful use of government allocated funds, STB managed to attract crowds to Singapore. Initiatives by STB in the beginning of tourism development gained support from locals for tourism development. Over the years, STB’s achievement can be seen through the increased tourist numbers and expenditures. However, the seemingly endless flow of foreigners into the country has given rise to unsettling feelings in locals.
If the local economy sees a notable growth, then it is obvious that the whole international tourism sector will benefit from it. That is why, the system of international tourism puts stress on maintaining balance in the nature and the global climate, so that
The sphere of tourist service was always a rather profitable business allowing to involve a substantial amount of investitions and to always gain benefits from their activities as far as people usually like traveling, discovering new places. Thus, they do not object paying definite sums in order to make their dreams come true. However, as in any other sphere, for tourist companies it is essential to know their customer market, on whom they have to be oriented, and what to provide to their clients. Thus, the successful tourist business recognizes the needs of their customers. Besides, the companies who tend to achieve the most from their activities also need to consider the behavior of their clients, including also the aspect of tourists ' motivation
From the information and results that I got through my research and survey, there are some recommendation to promoting Malaysia to foreign tourists. It can be improve Malaysia’s tourism industry too. First of all, Malaysia’s tourism industry need to be innovative for the tourism products. It should create different tourism products based on attractions and strong fundamentals of Malaysia such as food tourism or make some changes for the current newer tourism products such as eco-tourism, try to make foreign tourists feel fresh when they are travelling in Malaysia. Malaysia can strongly promote newer tourism products in overseas or local area which is most tourists’ arrival such as Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Melaka and others to excite their curiosity.
Malaysia is an amazing holiday destination that offers many different types of vacation. Tourism is quick turning into major revenue for our country and Malaysians as a whole should rise to the challenge of putting Malaysia on the map of getting to