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Performance Indicators for Tourism Destinations in Asia and the Pacific Region

by World Tourism Organization

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Published by World Tourism Organization Pubns .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tourism industry,
  • ASIA,
  • Industries - Hospitality, Travel & Tourism,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages57
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12947181M
    ISBN 109284405440
    ISBN 109789284405442
    OCLC/WorldCa51920168

      Such conceptualizations are reinforced in the ever‐popular Lonely Planet guidebook to the South Pacific and Micronesia where Easter Island is described as: “Easter Island emanates a magnetic, mysterious vibe” (, p) and Fiji as: “a sprawling brew of lush islands surrounded by kaleidoscopic reefs” (, p. ).Naturally, although such superlatives are tasked with driving Cited by: 5. This paper aims to offer more accurate and fresh insights into the level of performance of major tourism operations in the Asia Pacific region. It is well established that tourism is an important economic driver and major source of foreign exchange earnings for many Asia Pacific by:

    The Asia and the Pacific Intra-regional Outbound Series - India [World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This study is a part of the Asia and Pacific intra-regional outbound tourism series, being conducted by the World Tourism Organization. As intra-regional tourism within the Asia-Pacific region is on the rise. Touring Pacific Cultures captures the central importance of tourism to the visual, material and performed cultures of the Pacific region. In this volume, we propose to explore new directions in understanding how culture is defined, produced, experienced and sustained through tourism-related practices across that region.

    and hotel taxes. Tourism is a significant employer in those PIC11 where tourism is a major industry. South Pacific Tourism Organization (SPTO) estimates indicate the highest levels of employment in Tonga, 15 percent, Samoa, 18 percent, and Palau, 50 percent. 4. Compared to global average annual growth of percent from to , PIC11 visitor. Domestic tourism is estimated to represent around 5 to 6 billion trips globally. This report provides an in-depth analysis of domestic tourism in 16 Asian countries highlighting its crucial contribution to the socio-economic development of one of the fastest growing tourism regions in the world.


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Performance Indicators for Tourism Destinations in Asia and the Pacific Region by World Tourism Organization Download PDF EPUB FB2

UNWTO prepared this report with the aim to develop a classification system with sets of performance indicators to certify destinations of the Asia and the Pacific region.

This study draws on the programme of research and enquiry made by the joint World Tourism Organization / China National Tourism Administration team for the China Best Tourism Cities study and makes particular.

Book: Performance indicators for tourism destinations in Asia and the Pacific Region pp pp. Abstract: This report draws on the programme of research and enquiry made by the joint World Tourism tourism Subject Category: Activities.

Performance indicators for tourism destinations in Asia and the Pacific region. Madrid: World Tourism Organization, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: World Tourism Organization.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description. ASIA PACIFIC: Regional Tourism Trends Market Report - May 5 Top Origins Markets for Asia Pacific Destinations A notable feature of tourism in Asia Pacific is 80 percent of the traffic is intraregional. Chinese outbound tourists to Asia Pacific grew.

Also, with the recent decline in incoming tourists from China, the overall market share from Asia and the Pacific region reduced. As the global tourism industry has been continuously and new trends emerge, many of these travel trends are reflected in the Maldivian tourism industry as well.

Thinking about tourism. Tourism has been an important part of economic growth in many states in the Asia-Pacific region. However, there have been significant economic, political, environmental and cultural impacts of tourism for peoples and places in the region.

Going forward, this trend is expected to continue, with Asia on its way to becoming a tourism powerhouse.

Japan leads the Asia-Pacific region, improving five positions to take the 4th place globally. International tourists continue to visit Japan for its unique cultural resources and for business travel (4th). Mastercard Asia Pacific Destinations Index 2 3 “The destinations are drawn from 22 markets in Asia Pacific, representing 90 percent of all international overnight arrivals.” Asia Pacific Europe Middle East & North Africa North America Sub-Saharan Africa Latin American & the Caribbean 0 1, 2, 1, 2,File Size: 3MB.

Tourism for Sustainable Development. The importance of tourism to development and social progress cannot be downplayed. The tourism industry inaccording to WTTC, contributed to 10 percent of the world GDP.

Ininternational tourism was worth $ trillion in exports. One in 11 jobs is tourism : Gaia Discovery. The forecasted demand for travel and tourism during this period in the USA was percent, however due to this single event the forecast dipped by percent (Belau, ).

The competitive nature of the industry is manifested in the segmentation of destinations in the region into four groups, based on the number of visitor arrivals and source markets (Cleverdon ).

A commonly used measure of crowding in the region's tourism sites is the concept of encounter norms The industry in Asia Pacific is. Two-dimensional mapping of Asia Pacific destinations combining tourism and economic indicators Article (PDF Available) in Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research 22(7) April with.

Asia and the Pacific has the second-highest inbound tourism expenditure of any region in the world. InAsia and the Pacific earned $ billion in inbound tourism expenditure, which is $ billion more than in and equal to per cent of the total global inbound expenditure. Europe remained the region.

MasterCard Asia Pacific Destinations Index 02 Tourism made up percent of Asia Pacific’s GDP and its total employment in In absolute terms this translates to US$ trillion and million jobs inmaking Asia Pacific’s tourism industry the largest in the world by GDP contribution and employment.

Inthe Asia. The Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific (Key Indicators ), the 45th edition of this series, includes the latest available economic, financial, social, environmental, and Millennium Development Goal (MDG) indicators for the 48 regional members of the Asian Development Bank.

Tourism in Asia and the Pacific Gerald E. Picolla The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) represents the world's fastest growing tourist industry. PATA has been influential in making its member governments realize the economic importance of tourism which is now a priority industry in the Asia-Pacific by: 2.

The Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific (Key Indicators ), the 46th edition of this series, presents the latest available economic, financial, social, and environmental indicators for the 48 regional members of the Asian Development Bank.

This issue of the Key Indicators presents in. Tourism already plays an important role in Pacific Island economies and is one of the region's few economically viable sectors.

Total tourism spending in Pacific Island countries for amounted to US$ billion, averaging out at just over US$1, per Size: KB. The Asia-Pacific region recorded the highest growth in terms of tourist arrivals and tourism receipts: million international tourist arrivals – this is up percent compared to the previous year and accounts for percent of global tourism arrivals.

The Asia-Pacific region accounts for almost 37% of world GDP at purchasing power parity. Moreover, it also comprises some of the most dynamic economies in the world. The contribution to global growth of emerging Asia alone, perhaps the most dynamic economic area of the world, reached around 40% last year.

earlier report entitled “Tourism Risk Management in the Asia Pacific Region – An Authoritative Guide to Managing Crises and Disasters” published in The major partner in the project is the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).

The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is also a project partner. Production Team.Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific 32 Tourism The number of tourists visiting the Asia-Pacific region is increasing. The number of tourists visiting the region has been consistently increasing and the countries of Asia and the Pacific now receive more visitors than any region.

When adjusted for Guam and Hawaii – which appear twice, once as individual destinations and again as inclusions in the USA figures – the Asia Pacific aggregate performance still indicated an year-on-year increase of % in with a similar record high of close to million IVAs.

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