Tourism Essay Topics

The Queensland Wine Tourism Industry

Industry Analysis An industry analysis provides industry capabilities and clear future direction to improve Queensland wine tourism in relations to its competitors based on SWOT Analysis. It identifies those industry strengths that are competitive edges of the industry and opportunities for development and growth. It also discovers that weaknesses which represent the gap between Queensland… View Article

Tourist Attractions and Places of Interest in Poland

Poland is officially the Republic of Poland in Central Europe. We will be briefly going through all the sights that attract tourists. The annual number of visitors to Poland has increased rapidly since 1990. In 2002 there were 14 million visitors in Poland. The major tourist attractions in Poland are the resorts along the Baltic… View Article

Tourist Attractions

Three of the biggest tourist attractions in Florida include Disney World and Discovery Cove. People from all over the world would come to Florida just to go to these parks. It does not matter what time of the year it is because these places are always crowded with families, loved ones, and teenagers. Disney World… View Article

Tourist Destinations in New York

Tourism is one of the most important economic activities in the world. Tourism therefore should be properly managed and developed by respecting the environment and protecting both long term and short-term natural and cultural resources. Addressing and meeting the needs of present tourists and host regions while enhancing the opportunity for future activities should also… View Article

The International Bicycle Fund

Tourism means more job for the local people.  In the Philippines, foreign tourists spend PHP130 billion on an average year, and generates jobs that benefit the people from the lowly street vendor to hotel owners (Senate passes bill.., 2007, p.1).             ASEAN Secretary General Rodolfo Severino noted that tourism has large “multiplier effects” through a… View Article

Tourism Marketing

    Marketing primarily involves the creation and promotion of a product or service that would endear it to customers while at the same time satisfying his/her needs and desires at the desired pricing. Marketing involves more issues than just selling and advertising alone. The two are indeed the core components of every marketing plan, but… View Article

Tourism in Italy in the 19th Century

Introduction             Italy is a country that thrives on tourism today. But it has been that way since the 19th century. The purpose of this paper is to establish the growth of Italy in from the 18th century up to the 19th century and how it has grown up to the present time. Tourism has… View Article

Tourism Economics

Overview According to Dr. Warren H. Lieberman (1993), yield management or revenue management is the practice of maximizing profits from the sale of perishable assets by controlling price and inventory and improving service.  Sheryl E. Kimes of Cornell University, in turn, defines yield management as the control of customer demand through the use of variable… View Article

Tourism Country Analysis-Germany

Introduction Germany is a country with astounding diversity with one of the richest historical heritage in the world, standing out as one of the tourist attraction features. Germany is the most centrally placed in Europe among all the European countries. It has a history of a disunited nation having distinct states and tribes. For this… View Article

A Distinction between Sex Tourism and Romance Tourism

Introduction Tourism is can be described as an activity that is characterized by taking a trip primarily for the purpose of leisure. The duration of the trip usually lasts from just a few days to several weeks. This involves visiting famous and historical places, experiencing the culture, traditions, food, and weather conditions that a certain… View Article

Tourism and my Experience

Abstract In this report, I have chosen to focus on the second principle of the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism, which talks about Tourism being a vehicle for individual and collective fulfillment. I chose this particular principle because a lot of my experiences and observations in the places I visited re-affirm the need for… View Article

Tourism and Development in Oceania

Ateljevic, J., & Doorne, S. (2004, March). Diseconomies of scale:A study of development constraints in small tourism firms in central New Zealand. Tourism & Hospitality Research, 5(1), 5-24.             Both authors are university lecturers with expertise in entrepreneurship and the developing tourism industry in the Pacific region.  Focusing on a diverse four-region area of  New… View Article

The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)

The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is one of the agencies of the United Nations that is responsible in providing information that is related to tourism.  This UN agency generated the World Tourism Rankings, which is a very important list of statistical information on different international locations around the world.             The World Travel… View Article

The Pyramids Managing this tourist attraction

The pyramids of Egypt provide a major opportunity for the tourism industry, as they can be viewed and marketed in a number of different ways. Market perception of Pyramids Tourism marketers have a number of different perspectives on the pyramid. Some see them as a focal point for a more general Egyptian tourist experience. Others… View Article

Tourism and Tourist in Australia

Tourism forms an integral and imperative element of Australia’s social, political and economic systems. As noted by Min-En, (2008), World Tourism Organization, defines tourism as a collection of activities undertaken by persons who have travelled to and are staying in locations outside their usual environment for certain defined purposes. While a tourist as a person… View Article

Examining Bermuda: Tourism Planning

The beautiful island of Bermuda is a ‘fish hook’ shape island located in the Atlantic Ocean approximately 575 miles east of North Carolina. Bermuda is considered by many to be a wonderful tourist destination with turquoise waters and first class accommodations and activities. Perhaps we never knew that Bermuda is actually composed of over 100… View Article

Massive Tourism

In this globalized world the stress caused by the workload and the problems that occur everyday in our social environment, have a direct effect on the health of the person, who tries to find a way to release the tension. This is why many doctors recommend recreation in the form of travel to avoid harm… View Article

Travel, Tourism, Lodging, Food & Beverage, Content and Application

Abstract In this very competitive world of business like in hotel and restaurant, it is not only about customer service is important but more importantly it is about safety and design of the hotel is very important.  Rehabilitation that not only gives security for its guest and even rehabilitation of guestrooms would give added enticement… View Article

Travel and Tourism Environment

Tourism is a very important source of revenues for Bradford. Many efforts are currently being taken in order to improve its quality and attract many tourists. “The tourism industry is of major importance to the economy of Bradford District, worth £298 million in 1999 (update: £408.8 million in 2000). This is up from £270 million… View Article

Malacca

The Tourism Society of England was define the Tourism as that is is a temporary, short-term movement of people to destination outside the places which they work and do their activities during their stay at each destination, it includes movement for all purposes. Tourism is a major income of Malaysia, so every year, the government… View Article

Tourism Industry

Tourism has become one of the world’s main industries; both developing and extremely developed countries are now taking closer look. Tourism give a lot of foreign exchange to the country, it’s provides jobs directly in the same field (Tourism Industry) and indirectly in supporting industries for example, agriculture industry, guide to the development of main… View Article

Tourism & people

As a person, I believe that the purpose of a hotel transcends just accommodation of people or serving them delicious food during their stay. Essentially, a hotel should be customer focused and should seek to meet the overall satisfaction and comfort of their customer. This, as I believe should be the core objective of any… View Article

Sustainable Development in the Tourism Industry: The Case of Developing Countries

The issue of sustainable development has become an important subject for policy research and policy formulation for countries across the globe. The changes that industrialized and developing countries alike have witnessed in the last few decades have made it imperative for them to take up the challenge of sustainability in development. Both industrialized and developing… View Article

Research on Tourism: A Review

The following is a review of three (3) completed research articles on the tourism industry, all taken from Higher Academy Network for Hospitality, Leisure, Sports & Tourism Network and administered by the Higher Education Academy. All the above pedagogic researches pertain to processes and ideas in the teaching of tourism-related courses, which include, aside from… View Article

Forecasting techniques in tourism demand

This summary is focused on showing the forecasting techniques used to determine the likely demand in tourism and argues that given the importance of the tourism sector to the economy of any tourist country, accurate forecasts of tourist arrivals are of importance for planning by both the private and public sectors. First we should answer… View Article

Butler’s Tourism Lifecycle Model

Butler developed a model which shows how any tourist resort may grow. A resort may start off from being a small, low key, destination. He suggests that all resorts go through the same sort of process. The seven stages of tourist development A graph of Butler’s resort life cycle model 1. Exploration – a small… View Article

Tourism as My Career Choice

The tourism industry is a wide sphere of service. Every year millions of people address the travel agencies asking for help choose place to spend their vacations. Working in this industry enables you to discover the world, to meet new people and to see new places. It’s a wonderful opportunity to open up the world… View Article

Theme park tourism in Hong Kong

I: Abstract Tourism is one of the most important income sources for Hong Kong. The Government wants to develop Hong Kong as a major tourism destination in the world. Under this situation, amusement park is becoming more and more important here. At this moment Hong Kong only have one large-scale theme park- Ocean Park, but… View Article

An analysis of Ocean Park

1. Introduction Hong Kong Ocean Park is considered as a one of world’s largest marine park, located on the south end of Hong Kong Island. The three sections are located on the headlands of Brick Hill, while the other two section is located in the Wong Chuk Hang Valley lowlands and Tai Shue Wan. It… View Article