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Tourism

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Tourism in Hong Kong and Singapore

Expansion into any foreign territory requires a clear understanding of the business climate found in each candidate nation. Companies in the tourism and travel industry are as susceptible as any other to the negative impact of restrictions on international growth. Countries may appear to be valid locations for fruitful development...

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Importance of Tourism

Tourism is traveling for leisure and business purposes. Tourism can also be traveling and staying in a place for not more than a year. Tourism is one of the most promising drivers of growth for the world economy. According to the article written by Minnaert, tourism is the main source...

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Successful City Branding

While there are many examples of cities around the world that have attempted to transform their image through city branding, perhaps the most impressive and remarkable has been Las Vegas, a city in Nevada in the United States. In order to understand both the need for the transformation and the...

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Hyatt Hotel industry of The United Arab Emirates (UAE)

The Hyatt Hotel chain is one of the most lucrative and influential in the world. The company is known for its elegant and iconic hotels that are second to none. Hotels situated within the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are thought to be some of the most luxurious in the world....

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Field Trip Reports: Hindu Temple

Our visit to the Hindu Temple gave me a whole new perspective on the practices of Hinduism and provided me the chance to see a visual representation of its many gods and learn and about their characteristics. Before starting the tour, our tour guide, Mohan, greeted us with a traditional...

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Where Not to Travel

It is usual for Americans and others from Western, industrialized countries to want to travel to more exotic locations. In the past people would more prefer well-known vacation destinations, where they could be assured of comfort. More recently, it seems that travel goals go to exploring places less known, and...

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Historically Themed Tourism

An archaic way of looking at traveling and vacationing is to think of it merely as a break from the routine of our everyday lives. Thus, relaxation and comfort may be two of the dominant motifs of this approach to tourism. But while, certainly, such a type of traveling remains...

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Travel Guide: The Palace of Versailles, Versailles

The Palace of Versailles, or Chateau de Versailles, is a royal palace located in Versailles in the Île-de-France region of France. Many years ago Versailles was a country village but now, located on the south-west from Paris, it is considered to be one of the Paris wealthiest suburbs. The palace...

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Travelling Guidelines

It is a common behavior for the travellers on a plane to rant about other people who take frequent bathroom breaks or the shouting and excited children on a long bus. However, most of them are short of proper etiquette skills because they may see it as an old-fashioned thing....

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Hospitality Portfolio: Fast Food Restaurant

Establishment of a multinational fast foods restaurant remains as one of my dreams that should be ascertained in the next ten years. It encompasses a form of restaurant mandated with the task of serving fast food cuisine with minimal table services. In addition, the restaurant will indulge in preparation of...

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Hospitality Enterprise Portfolio 3: Ayurveda Tourism

Ayurveda medicine, based on the ancient Hindu scriptures of the Vedas, is one of the fastest growing forms of alternative medicine in the Western world. At the same time, one of the fastest growing hospitality ventures in the United States is that of Ayurveda tourism, a “trending small business idea”...

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Family Trip to Asia

A family trip to Asia must be able to ensure everyone can explore a new culture, have fun, and stay safe while ensuring that activities, accommodations and meals are affordable. Hong Kong is a destination that provides that perfect balance. Hong Kong is convenient for families. Flying into Hong Kong...

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Traveling to Australia

It is important to note that Australia as a country has, for some good reasons, always been a tourist destination for many travelers, mostly in good part because of its natural and outstanding beauty. First, there is need to know the flights to and around Australia because many airlines in...

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Turkeys Hotel Industry

Over the past two years, Turkey has suffered political tension with neighboring countries such as Russia and the West. It also experiences a refugee crisis due to war and terrorism in the Middle East. Shortcomings such as these increase distress and debt in the country, besides scaring off tourists. The...

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Coney Island, New York

I woke up one morning at my home in Astoria, New York and decided that a trip to Coney Island, New York was in order, so I quickly devised my itinerary for the day. Coney Island was a place I visited as a child with my family, but it is...

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International Tourism Policy and Planning

The tourism industry is an important sector in many countries because it is a source of revenue. It also creates employment opportunities, increases income, and facilitates economic growth. Moreover, tourism plays an important to facilitate the emergence of other business activities (Jenkins, 2015). Since, the tourism industry provides many benefits...

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The Role of Tourism as a Strategy for Development

Tourism can play a role as a strategy for development, but it results in development for foreigners rather than local people. Development in this case refers to economic development, and for regions and nations with few natural resources, tourism can be a way of increasing revenues as foreigners readily spend...

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Medical Tourism: Synopsis

Medical tourism in the delivery of healthcare in the United States is the term for traveling abroad in order to receive healthcare (CDC, 2018). The definition of medical tourism can be restricted to patients who are deliberately seeking non-emergency healthcare services in a country other than their own (Johnston, Crooks,...

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South America Edu-Tourism

When one travels, he or she has nothing to lose and everything to gain, especially where the travel is for adventure. Edu-tourism is a good example of adventure travel packed with numerous benefits for all involved. Any destination is appropriate for Edu-tourism, provided the traveler is not familiar with that...

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The Impact of Terrorism on Tourism in Indonesia

OverviewAs one of the world’s largest industries, in 2014 tourism contributed approximately $7.5 billion to the global economy (Statista, 2016). While developed countries have been exploiting the benefits of tourism for a long time now, developing countries are starting to realise that foreign visitors can play an active role in...

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