However, it has led to an increase in number of leftover and debris, which has notably affected the hygiene and the environment of public areas in Hong Kong. In the following essay, negative impacts of mainland tourists in environmental aspect in Hong Kong will be focused. Tourism has brought in Mainland Tourists to Hong Kong. Although Hong Kong is a part of China, mainland tourists and local Hong Kong residents
The Annual haze and smog problem in Chiang Mai, Thailand The best known of Chiang Mai are beautiful landscape, unique culture, livable city and fresh air. So, there are many people want to travel in Chiang Mai and some of them want to buy the land, build their own landmark for spending time with family on holidays or for their whole life. However, nowadays, there are many reasons of the changing Chiang Mai such as the growing up of tourism industry and increasing population that come from the other cities of Thailand or other countries. These reasons can cause many problems, especially, air pollution. In Northern of Thailand, the annual haze has come early, affecting both citizens ' health and the local economy that is including traffic in and
Some of the consequences of exceeding the environmental capacity include strain on already scarce resources such as water, food, energy and natural habitat areas and also unchecked tourism management may lead to natural disasters like soil erosion, Increased pollution and waste, deforestation, Increased pressure on endangered species of animals and plants and as well as loss of biodiversity. Mass tourism may deplete the socio-cultural traditions and authenticity of host community by introducing foreign elements which are in conflict with cultural, historical, and religious heritage of the community. (The Responsible Traveler Guide,
On one hand, some positive aspects are worth paying attention to. For instance, some labor-intensive industries are generally confronted with the severe situation of manpower shortage. Therefore, no doubt the migrants will instill energy to the enterprises. In addition, the flow of migrants from rural to urban areas is also a procedure of financial, technological, social and human capital, which exerts a significant impact on poverty reduction and economic development both in city and countryside (UNFPA, n. d.). On the other hand, this rapid trend towards urbanization raises a number of challenges.
Consumption became part of our culture as well as consumerism. In every consumption of goods, it affects our environment because of the waste of the products that we used. At present, the consumption rate continuously increases which is very alarming. The extravagant desire of consumer has made the current environmental imbalance and these imbalances will cause a huge problem than people await. These imbalances have just caused environmental debacles in places everywhere throughout the world.
Filming and its sites not only attract thousands and hundreds of people, but also is a way to bring economic opportunities. (Busby and Klung, 2001), and also opportunities of working of people and boost the raise of destination image. (Beeton, 2005),(Couldry,1998), the list doesn’t only ends here give rise to the investment for infrastructure and also protection of environment. However an filming institution or destination usually or commomly brings an negative impact on a particular destination. (Mordue, 2009) which results to various inconvenience like traffic jam (Stynes, 1994), overcrowding of people(Riley et al., 1998), inconvenience to people residing in that particular area in which the filmimg re taking place (Beeton, 2008), resulting to noise pollution noise (Croy and Buchmann, 2009), and etc.
It enacts Indonesia feels the cultural shock in political system. From highly centralized regime in Soeharto’s period to highly decentralized start from Habibie’s period. Therefore, it’s called as one of the most daring decentralization policy in developing countries based on “the most radical decentralization laws in Asia and the Pacific”. Those things are
This is because of the fact that tourism has the ability to make multiplier impacts in different ancillary and supporting services. The stable development of tourists and tourism receipts over the decade since international travel became reachable to the common people, has convinced different small islands that they can profit from tourism and Malta is no exception. Tourism has become an important source of employment and income in different small island economies. Due to this, variations in tourism demand can have important effects on the economy, both at the macroeconomic position of gross domestic product, the national budget and the balance of payments and at the microeconomic position of various financial sectors and the companies that perform within them (Leslie, 2000). However, there is not enough information regarding the nature of these influences, including their diffusion and
This necessitate for effective planning to promote tourism during the low season. Weed (2008:498) suggested hosting of many events, extensive marketing, and strategic pricing as ways to boost tourism during the shoulder season. As tourism grows, additional opportunities are created for investment, development, and infrastructure spending (Kreag, 2001:7). Tourism often encourages improvements in public utilities such as water, sewer, sidewalks, lighting, parking, public toilets, waste control, and landscaping (Frost &
The interaction between tourists and poor communities can provide a number of intangible and practical benefits. These can range from increased awareness of cultural, environmental, and economic issues and values, on both sides, to mutual benefits from improved local investment in infrastructure. At the world conference held in Manila on tourism in 1980, importance of tourism and its effects were recognized in the declaration, which stated as; ‘’tourism is an essential activity both on the life of the nation since its direct and indirect effects on economical, social, cultural, and educational sectors of the society and their international relations’’. Economic benefits of tourism 1. Contribution to Gross Domestic Product; Tourism is being one of the world’s largest industries and contributes directly and indirectly (total contribution) to the global economy.