UIEA EK Davila Gilder Mayu Sato Tourism: Is it all about Entertainment or Profits? Tourism has always been one of the important factors which contribute the economic development of a country. At present days, the tourism sector has flourished because of the improved transportation system and easy access to countries. However, the inside story tells a different picture. Tourism has direct and indirect impact on the economy and society by creating job opportunity, generating revenue and profit, while on other picture tourism brings in negative effects like environmental problems, cultural erosion and most importantly crime rates due to its overwhelming expansion.
An evaluation of quality services through PPP in tourism industry: a study with special reference to Karnataka Abstract Tourism is an industry capable of changing the socio-cultural, economic and environmental face of the world .Tourism is one of the largest and fast growing industries in the world. It has the potential to influence the living pattern of communities. It is the collection of activities, services and industries that deliver a travel experience including transportation, accommodation, eating and drinking establishments of retail shops, entertainment, business and other hospitality services provided for individuals or groups of travelling away from home. In developing countries like India tourism has become one of the major sectors of the economy, contributing to a large proportion of the National income and generating huge employment opportunities through PPP. It has become the fastest growing service industry in the country like India great potentials for its further expansion and diversification.
When travellers visit, they not only spend money on accommodation, food, transport, they would spend on cultural attractions. This would be exceptionally true for cultural tourists, as they tend to have a better financial income, and a higher disposable income. The expenditure by tourists supports local businesses. Secondly, tourism creates employment in plenty of sectors. Direct jobs are created when hospitality sectors like hotels, attractions, tourism agencies, and restaurants employ people.
Seniors can be more financially equipped as they may be retired, therefore more purchasing power. Most of them also have relatively high paying jobs if they are still working and pensions are a huge benefit to their ability to travel more. Seniors also seek life time experiences not material goods. They want to feel young at heart. Healthy and wellness travel is very popular with the aging population as they are interested in improving their well-being to be able to enjoy the various activities in the attraction sector.
This paper studies the correlation between the power of films and the attractiveness of tourism destination. In present scenario films are like cultural ambassador. Films attract tourist in the form of enthusiastic fans and interesting audience members. Films have great impact in boosting up tourism in a country. To study a brighter side of tourism the different forms of film tourism have been introduced which can further contribute towards growth of film industry and also for the immense development of tourism industry.
Notwithstanding, there are advantages and disadvantages included with the improvement of tourism industry in the nation. Give us a chance to talk about the advancement and in addition the negative and positive effects of tourism industry in India. Tourism Industry is the most energetic tertiary action and a multibillion industry in India. The potential and execution of India 's tourism industry needs to gage as far as its financial extents. India is rising as a prevalent visitor destination on the planet, driven by the attention on advancement and making quality for vacationers.
Tourism has many advantages and disadvantages for any county in the world. I will discuss in my essay benefits of tourism in economy, social and environment in Oman and another countries. Nowadays, a major economic force in the world economy is tourism. Some countries depend of tourism economic sector more than anther sector. This economy change level of economy in some countries.
It explains on matters of the mass, experience and sensations due to the constant changes due to global development giving further insight of the linkage with other industry and how tourism ensure sustainability. The article use a qualitative approach souring data from various websites and articles. Data research looks at the tourism operation with the other industry and from different sector of tourism and different countries like China, Brazil and others. According to the article “The globalisation of tourism is the result of a more general trend of growing economic globalisation and technological advancements in communications and transportation.” This new prospect enforces tourism managing with a global approach and companies designed on linkages where management faces two precise source and demand drivers. Global demand drivers require developing different segments of global mass tourism while the offer drivers relate to corporate transfer pricing and sustainability policies, often-opposing forces, but always correlated with short- and long-term profit.
Tourism is one of the major industries in the economic world and ranked as the third industry that is grown the most revenue, which is just after oil and automobile industries (Hanafiah and Harun, 2010). Since then, the tourism sector has been developed in many countries with the attempt to increase the number of visitors as tourists can create foreign exchange, export and import goods without harm much of environment compare to other good producing industries and lastly boots up other industries as well which are retail, entertainments and transportation (Hanafiah and Harun, 2010). The tourism sector is the important sector that contribute to the economy of Malaysia and it is the second largest industry helps to boot up the economy through
IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION August 29, 2014 F14011 This report contains a brief summary of the District of Kanniyakumari and goes on to state concisely the effects of tourism and migration and the after effects. Some tourist places are mentioned and a brief description on how they were and how they are is also put down. TOURISM & MIGRATION IN KANNIYKUMARI IMPACT OF GLOBALISATION TOURISM & ENTERTAINMENT-KANIYAKUMARI Tourism is arguably the world’s largest industry and has been considered as an economic development option by many developing countries. Growth in migration and tourism are two of the most significant criteria of globalisation. Migration makes important social and economic contributions to destination countries, culturally enriching their societies, enhancing tourism products and providing labour for the travel, tourism, hospitality and catering sectors.