Introduction Tourism is one of the most growing among the global economy, which contributes about 9.8% of world GDP (WTTC, 2015). Ho Chi Minh City or Saigon as commonly called is one of the most famous tourist’s attractions because of its local friendliness, wide range of food diversity, multicultural and high pace of life. Regarding to tourism industry, according to Cong (2015), it contributed approximately 11% GDP to the city’s economy. Therefore, tourism industry is bringing a huge profit in the government budget. In addition, making an effort to sustain the industry is an intricate task and it is contemporarily a long way to do so.
Integrative perception is related to the interest based perception of our life. Generally, our perception depends upon our behavior, attitude, knowledge, experience, thoughts, habits, nature, mood and feelings. Most of the time if we see for any problem sometimes it becomes very difficult to find the right solution. But people may confused and they are not aware of this and they frustrated and annoyed. But some people easily solve that problem because it completely depends upon our perception.
McCaulley (1987) suggests that whilst sensors are more likely to implement solutions that have been successful in the past individuals who are intuitive may prefer to analyse the relevance of facts, study the "relationship" amongst the facts and imagine all "future possibilities" in order to come up with "original solutions" rather than proceed, using previous ideas. Furthermore, Anne Fields, Harvard Management Communication (2003) suggests that thinkers require solid evidence when trying to form opinions and justification through facts is vital when trying to communicate ideas. However, both of these contradictory characteristics of an intuitive and thinking personality coexist simultaneously within my behavioural and though process as I always tend to look beyond the facts and see the bigger picture when trying to form an opinion on a certain issue but also have a habit of ensuring that my ideas are still practical and logical before communicating them with others. Having both personality characteristics, allows me to add value in group situations in terms of proposing ideas that require "long range thinking" (Fields A. 2003), but also being able to eliminate opinions that severely lack evidence as although concepts are usually formed before
Culture is one of the main external influences that have an impact on consumer’s behavior. Culture includes the way we function based off beliefs and members in society. Organizations usually use cultural advertisements to make it more appealing to a target amount of customers and in this way they will achieve more purchases from these people (mporioum, 2016). The things a consumer may learn from ancestors are considered to be his/ her culture (Managementstudyguide.com, 2016). Family influences the consumer behaviors.
biggest employers. ?The hotels, catering and tourism sector is one of the fastest growing sectors of the global economy. It is also among the top-job creating sectors because of its labour intensive nature and the significant multiplier effect on employment in other related sectors. Yet, the sector has a reputation of poor working conditions due to a number of factors.? Hospitality and Tourism.
While in the context of tourism, the pull factor is something that the places have or the uniqueness of that places which pull people to go there. Crompton (1979), who find the push and pull factors itself, said that push motivation that will lead people to travel are they want to escape from daily routine, rest and relaxation, prestige, health and fitness, social communication and interaction and also family bonding as well as for excitement. Surely, people also went to the particular place not just to relax or experience that place, but they also went there to spend their time together with their family and also friends. Research by Kassean and Gassita (2013), applied the push and pull factors of tourists who visit Mauritius and they do their repeat visit. When they go the place that can make them satisfy either with the services or products itself, sure they will make a repeat visit.
Overtime there has been tremendous development in the field of tourism which has allowed the industry to become one of the fastest growing industries on the planet. According to the United Nations World Tourism Organization’s (UNWTO) Tourism Highlights 2016 Edition, “over the past six decades, tourism has experienced continued expansion and diversification to become one of the largest and fastest-growing economic sectors in the world.” In any tourism dependent destination, the sector has turned out to be one of the most important industries, as it evidently increases employment and the economic value of the countries which heavily relies on its development. The UNWTO Tourism Highlights 2016 Edition records that “a number of destinations
INTRODUCTION Today, tourism is one of the largest and dynamically developing sectors of external economic activities. Its high growth and development rates, considerable volumes of foreign currency inflows, infrastructure development, and introduction of new management and educational experience actively affect various sectors of economy, which positively contribute to the social and economic development of the country as a whole. According to recent statistics, tourism provides about 10% of the world’s income and employs almost one tenth of the world’s workforce. Many people emphasize the positive aspects of tourism as a source of foreign exchange, a way to balance foreign trade, an “industry without chimney” — in short, manna from heaven. For decades tourism industry growth has been a major contributor to increased economic activity throughout the world.
ABSTRACT Today, tourism is one of the largest and fastest-growing industries in the world and everyone recognizes its importance in the development of any economy. The most striking feature of tourism is that the suppliersof the tourism service stay where they are, and the tourists come to them. India's glorious traditions and rich cultural heritage are closely related with the development of tourism. Tourism has a significant economic impact at almost all levels— international, domestic as well as regional. It generates employment and income, which ultimately leads to a generally increased level of economic activity in the country.
Abstract: Tourism in India is one of the promising sectors of the economy in the last 50 years. Besides being a big foreign exchange earner it has high promises and hopes in other macro variables such as investment and employment. Tourism can be a small enterprise or a multi-million project, both labor intensive and capital intensive activity. Puducherry is a fast growing region with development in industrial sector, agricultural sector and also tourism sector. Tourism is developing in this region since last 10 years and attracting many tourists which emerged as one or the major sources of incomes to the government exchequer.