Just like modern day tourists, the tourism industry has been on a steady, fast paced journey due to technological evolution. With the affordability and easy accessibility, traveling potential has greatly increased. Sometimes, it is the destination that matters along with the people you go on the voyage with. This paper will analyze Isla Holbox as a cultural destination.
Britain has been over the news due to the British exit the European Union, which this event is known as Brexit (Hunt, 2016). This decision brought a large impact on every country in Britain, but the Britain has not started negotiate with European Union about adapting regulations to minimize their negative consequences. Before people can list potential impacts of Brexit on Britain’s tourism, it is important for people to understand how well the Britain was doing in the tourism industry. In addition, it is important to analyze and understand what type of tourism impacts on Britain. So, people would know how Brexit will change its policy and what impacts will bring to their current life. It will provide an idea of how the changes of regulations will impact different countries and the region. Thus, it provides an understanding of how tourism helps to develop the Britain in terms of environmental impacts, socio-cultural impacts, and economic impacts.
In this report, I will be discussing about The Langham, a hotel situated in the heart Auckland city, which is amongst the best 5 star hotels in the city. The Langham provides guests with various services and is known to meet the demands of every customer. For most of the famous and the business people, The Langham is the first choice when it comes to accommodation.
In this document I am going to be looking at the possible impacts that two factors have on the UK in terms of Inbound and domestic tourists and how this possess possible problems in the future and therefore help to predict possible outcomes in terms of tourism numbers and offer ways in which I think that the UK can overcome this and therefore maintain their inbound visitors numbers and increase domestic travel within the UK. The two factors that I am going to be looking at include health and the weather.
In this document I am going to be looking at factors that affect both inbound and domestic tourism deciding to travel to the UK or travel within the UK. Some examples of factors that I will be reviewing include the following; health, safety and security, accessibility, marketing campaigns, availability of products and services, quality of good and services, economic recession in the UK/and or tourist generating countries, exchange rate, travel restrictions, emerging of new markets, competition from other destinations and finally weather.
It is in a perfect world situated in the heart of the East End in the city and for voyagers it does offer wide range of luxury hotels in London. This building is presently unused, however initially utilized as a showroom for the building material and tiles for the organization. The building was being used in 1960s. In addition, now this building is transformed into a scene for craftsmanship presentations on a vast scale, yet it is an impermanent
The house is architecturally significant because it is one of the last examples of a simple, two- storey stone house on the gold fields. It was built in two sections, the single storey being built in 1856 had a symmetrical front facade of local coursed sandstone rubble and dressings to openings. The second section being built in 1861 was built to match the earlier part of the house with the same materials being used. Across the first floor there is an elegantly detailed cantilevered timber balcony with a hipped concave roof and with two French windows opening into it. Cantilevered balconies used to be common in Bendigo, but they are now rare, thus giving the people of Bendigo a visual of how buildings have changed throughout the years, making it a significant part of history. Along with the architectural significance is the historical significance, as it is among the few that was documented as being run as a brothel in the nineteenth century. Again this building is not an Antique or a Shrine as it is a piece of vital evidence about the past, and how houses were built and what materials were mainly used in past times which also demonstrates the evolution of Australia’s
Since decades ago, the natural heritages has become the increasingly popular attractions, attracting a large number of people to visit, mainly due to the growing concern of environment protection and the rising living standard. People pursue the uniqueness of attraction, which the natural heritages have, that there is a great demand for this activity. The GBR is the representative one, catering to the demand of millions of visitors annually. The tourism industry is flourishing and make a great contribution to the GBR while it also offer a valuable and enjoyable experience to visitors, generating mutually beneficial relationship between them.
Whether it be buildings, marketplaces, transport, religious or political edifices the debate as to whether history changes are ongoing. Often people believe that history is always changing, but is that the case? The study of history can be perceived as “constantly evolving, never-ending journey of discovery” (Ponic, 2011). A comparison between Shakespeare’s original Globe Theatre and Sydney Opera House provides a good example of this. Both Amphitheatres were used similarly and both in different time periods. The following report will critically analyse the impact history has had on today’s society by comparing two buildings that were and are used for similar activities.
This essay will discuss the similarities and differences between The Forbidden City and 19th century merchants’ house in Liverpool, in terms of the material used, the scale of the buildings, the structural & engineering designs and the decorations, despite being in two completely different energy conditions.
The remains of one such Roman architectural achievement, was unearthed in Durrës, Albania in 1966 (Bowes and Mitchell, 2009:570; Bowes et al., 2003:381; Ponce de Leon, 2013:3; UNESCO, 2004:34). The Roman amphitheater happens to be the largest in the Balkans, and contains several frescos, which helped to track Christianity as it spread throughout the region (Jacques, 1995:154; Ponce de Leon, 2013:3). Currently this remarkable stadium is “under consideration” from UNESCO as a World Heritage site. Unfortunately, the impact of urban sprawl, Albania’s poor economy, and time, are not helping to maintain this cultural relic.
Most countries in the world rely on tourism to help their economy. The tourism sector is expanding at a fast pace, which results in creating more job opportunities, monetary improvement, external transaction and foreign investment. “When there is large contrast between the culture of the receiving society and the origin culture, then it is likely that the impacts will be greatest’’. (Burns and Holden, 1995). The socio-cultural impacts of tourism are the effects on regional society of having direct and indirect relations with the tourist and its management. There is a variation that occur in the structure of society, expression & style, custom and ethics, heritage; as a visitor takes back some of the new habits, a way of life when they
This report will be providing a detailed analysis of the existing Budget Hotel market, and how to improve the competiveness of the Travelodge UK, the second largest Budget Hotel chain in the United Kingdom, Second Premier Inn. This report will contain the following, a profile of the organisation’s current target market, which will include demographic, psychographic, geographic and behavioural variables. That will then be followed by a well-referenced and well-researched PEST analysis that will highlight the most important and relevant factors that could have an impact on the business. Once the pest analysis has been completed, the report will be concluded by recommended changes to the marketing
Due to the fact that building a tourist destination requires lots of resources, especially the soft and hard infrastructure of a destination which are relatively important to a destination in terms of its attractiveness to tourist, proper tourism planning had to be done beforehand in order to deliver such infrastructures. Especially iconic buildings which required a certain amount of time in order to be completed, usually required large amount of planning in order to assure the infrastructures are to be completed in time in order to fit into the timeline of the project and whole master plan. It is therefore crucial in delivering the infrastructure in the stipulated timeline of the destination in order to accommodate to the tourist.
This essay will discuss whether international organisations have an important role to play in the planning and development of tourism. Using relevant examples of international organisations such as UNWTO and UNESCO, this essay will analyse how these types of organisations contribute towards the planning and development of tourism. By using Gran Canaria, Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia and the UK as case studies, the essay will produce a clear analogy of how international organisations get involved to help plan, develop and preserve tourist destinations in the hope of a more sustainable future.