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HTM 2118<br />United Kingdom<br />Name: Anthony<br />           Brenda<br />          Charlotte<br />Liuliu<br />
1. Brief Introdction + History <br />2. How History Occurred Impact on Culture<br />3. Impact on Hospitality<br />4. Impac...
A Brief Introduction – United Kingdom<br />Area: 244,820 km2<br />Main Districts: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Irela...
Map of the  UK<br />
Travel Trends – International Tourist Arrivals<br />
History in UKEmpire of the SUN<br />Industrial Revolution in 18- 19th century- Inventions of Technology->became the larges...
Transfer of sovereignty of Hong Kong  to Hong Kong1stJuly, 1997<br />-> The end of colonial governance of the UK <br />Pol...
Modern UK- Strong World Power<br />
What Occurred in History that impact culture?<br />
Catholicism  Christian  JESUS<br />Main festivals- Christmas <br />   -Easter<br />   - Lent<br />
Scots hate the English<br />Reason  Act of Parliament in 1872decline in writing in Scots. &quot;<br />Relationship betwee...
British Monarchy  Royal Costume<br />A symbol of elegance and nobility<br /> reflect social status  upper class people ...
British Monarchy  Royal events <br /><ul><li>Trooping the Colour
– The Queen’s birthday parade
Changing the guard at Buckingham Palace
Guards costume – bright red uniform & bearskin hats with guns
adore the Royal family
attract a lot of local people and visitors to watch the royal events</li></li></ul><li>Culture in UK<br />
Religion<br /><ul><li>Most of whom are Christians. </li></li></ul><li>Festivals <br />Thanksgiving<br />Christmas<br />
The most popular fictions in the world….<br />HARRY POTTER!!!<br />
Music: Beatles & The Smiths<br />
Food: FISH and CHIPS and Afternoon tea<br />
SPORTS: Football<br />FA cup<br />Barclays Premier League<br />    -most famous clubs:<br />Liverpool<br />Arsenal<br />Ch...
The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum<br />help promoting tennis in UKbring tourists in non-competition time<br />
Women’s clothing:<br />hat<br />Lace cap<br />Lace neck kerchief<br />Stays<br />stomacher<br />Petticoat<br />gown<br />S...
Men’s clothing:<br />hat<br />cloak<br />cravat<br />waistcoat<br />suit<br />Trousers<br />Stockings or Hose<br />
Custom: Wigs<br />-traditional clothing of lawyer and judge to wear wigs when handling cases in the court.<br />Wigs<br />
Scottish Dress - Tartan<br />
Cultural Impact on hospitality<br />
Warm, friendly, easygoing<br />willing to serve all people including strangers<br />Have big house to invite a group of vi...
Traquair Castle<br />Impact on Hospitality: <br />From the history of the war in UK  a lot of castles.<br />E.g. Amberley...
Impact on Hospitality<br />-most of the theme park in UK, have their own theme park hotels<br />
<ul><li>Food Impact on Hospitality: Fast Food CultureMost  hotels and restaurants </li></ul>- fast food in menus- Attracti...
ImpactonHospitality:<br />TheBeatlesCafé – eat with Beatles  music<br />
Strong culture of sports like football, rugby, tennis, etcsports wear storesconvenient to buy all sports’ items<br />e.g...
consider  about the classproduce  a lot of brands and luxury productse.g. Vivienne Westwood, Stella McCartney<br />Impact...
British attitudes’ impact on Hospitality: - warm and friendly to give:- Presents E.g High-class chocolate, Wine, flower, l...
Cultural Impact on Tourism<br />
Historical & Cultural HeritageImpact on Tourism<br />A lot of tourists appreciate the historical heritage and classical bu...
Historical & Cultural Heritage Impact on Tourism<br />British Museum <br />Established in 1753<br />- artefacts from all o...
Unique Features Impact on Tourism<br /><ul><li>London double deckerred bus
Red telephone box</li></li></ul><li>Music Impact on Tourism <br /><ul><li>The Beatles Story
18 features – from the success of the band to their break up
Fab4D – a new attraction opened in July 2009</li></li></ul><li>Movies Impact on Tourism<br /><ul><li>Some films were made ...
 fascinate the tourists</li></ul>Oxford Castle <br /><ul><li>Gloucester Cathedral </li></li></ul><li>Sports Impact on Tou...
Festival Performance Impact on Tourism<br /><ul><li>Trooping the Colour
St. Patrick’s Day </li></ul>(Northern Ireland National Day)<br /><ul><li>St. George’s Day (England National Day)</li></li>...
Rochester's Sweeps Festival</li></li></ul><li>Entertainment Impact on Tourism<br />British needs excitement, fun and relax...
Language & Culture impact on Tourism<br />Culture – native English language<br /> exchange programmes and study tour to U...
Cultural Impact on People<br />
The British Social Class System<br />the Upper Class<br />the Middle Class<br />Lower or Working Class<br /> affect emplo...
British aristocracy<br />Affected by The old aristocratic-  Be gentleman- Pay attention to the identity and upbringing- Ge...
Individualism Vs Collectivism<br />personal freedom<br />right to privacy and preserve one’s personal space. <br />Encoura...
The Empire on which the sun never sets<br />Colony all over the world<br />Superior than other nations<br />Never  apolog...
References<br />
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  1. 1. HTM 2118<br />United Kingdom<br />Name: Anthony<br /> Brenda<br /> Charlotte<br />Liuliu<br />
  2. 2. 1. Brief Introdction + History <br />2. How History Occurred Impact on Culture<br />3. Impact on Hospitality<br />4. Impact on Tourism<br />5. Impact on people<br />Project Outline<br />
  3. 3. A Brief Introduction – United Kingdom<br />Area: 244,820 km2<br />Main Districts: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland <br />Population: approximately 61.3 millions (2008) Official Language: English<br />Currency: Pound sterling (GBP) (£)Capital: London in England <br /> Edinburgh in Scotland <br /> Cardiff inWales <br /> Belfast in Northern Ireland The Largest City: London in England<br />Main Religions: mainly Christianity (71%), Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism, Judaism<br />GDP in 2008: $2.680 trillion The leading income: Service sector (73.0%) <br />
  4. 4. Map of the UK<br />
  5. 5. Travel Trends – International Tourist Arrivals<br />
  6. 6. History in UKEmpire of the SUN<br />Industrial Revolution in 18- 19th century- Inventions of Technology->became the largest colonial empireImpact of WWII- Huge damages ->Lost the place as a superpower -> led to?<br />
  7. 7. Transfer of sovereignty of Hong Kong to Hong Kong1stJuly, 1997<br />-> The end of colonial governance of the UK <br />Political System The constitutional monarchy and Parliament -> highlydemocratic<br />Head government: Prime Minister, Gordon Brown<br />Head of state:Queen Elizabeth II<br />
  8. 8. Modern UK- Strong World Power<br />
  9. 9. What Occurred in History that impact culture?<br />
  10. 10. Catholicism  Christian  JESUS<br />Main festivals- Christmas <br /> -Easter<br /> - Lent<br />
  11. 11. Scots hate the English<br />Reason Act of Parliament in 1872decline in writing in Scots. &quot;<br />Relationship between Scots and English <br />
  12. 12. British Monarchy  Royal Costume<br />A symbol of elegance and nobility<br /> reflect social status  upper class people <br />formal dressing for upper class and business people or special occasions<br />19th – 20th century:<br />18th – 19th century:<br />
  13. 13. British Monarchy  Royal events <br /><ul><li>Trooping the Colour
  14. 14. – The Queen’s birthday parade
  15. 15. Changing the guard at Buckingham Palace
  16. 16. Guards costume – bright red uniform & bearskin hats with guns
  17. 17. adore the Royal family
  18. 18. attract a lot of local people and visitors to watch the royal events</li></li></ul><li>Culture in UK<br />
  19. 19. Religion<br /><ul><li>Most of whom are Christians. </li></li></ul><li>Festivals <br />Thanksgiving<br />Christmas<br />
  20. 20. The most popular fictions in the world….<br />HARRY POTTER!!!<br />
  21. 21. Music: Beatles & The Smiths<br />
  22. 22. Food: FISH and CHIPS and Afternoon tea<br />
  23. 23. SPORTS: Football<br />FA cup<br />Barclays Premier League<br /> -most famous clubs:<br />Liverpool<br />Arsenal<br />Chelsea<br />Manchester United<br />
  24. 24. The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum<br />help promoting tennis in UKbring tourists in non-competition time<br />
  25. 25. Women’s clothing:<br />hat<br />Lace cap<br />Lace neck kerchief<br />Stays<br />stomacher<br />Petticoat<br />gown<br />Shift<br />Lace apron<br />Silk petticoat<br />stockings<br />shoes<br />
  26. 26. Men’s clothing:<br />hat<br />cloak<br />cravat<br />waistcoat<br />suit<br />Trousers<br />Stockings or Hose<br />
  27. 27. Custom: Wigs<br />-traditional clothing of lawyer and judge to wear wigs when handling cases in the court.<br />Wigs<br />
  28. 28. Scottish Dress - Tartan<br />
  29. 29. Cultural Impact on hospitality<br />
  30. 30. Warm, friendly, easygoing<br />willing to serve all people including strangers<br />Have big house to invite a group of visitors to stay overnight<br /> B & B( Bed and Breakfast)<br />Impact on Hosptalilty:<br />
  31. 31. Traquair Castle<br />Impact on Hospitality: <br />From the history of the war in UK  a lot of castles.<br />E.g. Amberley Castle , Traquair Castle<br />Amberley Castle <br />
  32. 32. Impact on Hospitality<br />-most of the theme park in UK, have their own theme park hotels<br />
  33. 33. <ul><li>Food Impact on Hospitality: Fast Food CultureMost hotels and restaurants </li></ul>- fast food in menus- Attractiveness: lower price than other local food<br />
  34. 34. ImpactonHospitality:<br />TheBeatlesCafé – eat with Beatles music<br />
  35. 35. Strong culture of sports like football, rugby, tennis, etcsports wear storesconvenient to buy all sports’ items<br />e.g. JJB Sports, Lillywhites<br />Enjoy watching different kind of sports competitions-FA cup<br /> -Barclays Premier League <br /> - London Olympic in 2012<br />Impact on Hospitality:<br />
  36. 36. consider about the classproduce a lot of brands and luxury productse.g. Vivienne Westwood, Stella McCartney<br />Impact on Hospitality:<br />
  37. 37. British attitudes’ impact on Hospitality: - warm and friendly to give:- Presents E.g High-class chocolate, Wine, flower, local arts and crafts - precious eating utensils (silver tableware )- High-Class Tea (Red Tea)- clean and quiet environment by avoiding smoking<br />
  38. 38. Cultural Impact on Tourism<br />
  39. 39. Historical & Cultural HeritageImpact on Tourism<br />A lot of tourists appreciate the historical heritage and classical buildings of UK<br />
  40. 40. Historical & Cultural Heritage Impact on Tourism<br />British Museum <br />Established in 1753<br />- artefacts from all over the world <br />- 6 million visitors / year<br />Victoria and Albert Museum <br />-collections of arts and crafts<br />
  41. 41. Unique Features Impact on Tourism<br /><ul><li>London double deckerred bus
  42. 42. Red telephone box</li></li></ul><li>Music Impact on Tourism <br /><ul><li>The Beatles Story
  43. 43. 18 features – from the success of the band to their break up
  44. 44. Fab4D – a new attraction opened in July 2009</li></li></ul><li>Movies Impact on Tourism<br /><ul><li>Some films were made in the historical sites:
  45. 45.  fascinate the tourists</li></ul>Oxford Castle <br /><ul><li>Gloucester Cathedral </li></li></ul><li>Sports Impact on Tourism<br />2012 London Olympic Games<br /> attract thousands of tourists to watch these mega events<br /> visit the Olympic venues of competitions<br />Olympic Village<br />Olympic Stadium<br />Aquatic Centre<br />
  46. 46. Festival Performance Impact on Tourism<br /><ul><li>Trooping the Colour
  47. 47. St. Patrick’s Day </li></ul>(Northern Ireland National Day)<br /><ul><li>St. George’s Day (England National Day)</li></li></ul><li>Festival Performance Impact on Tourism<br /><ul><li>St. Andrew’s Day (Scotland National Day)
  48. 48. Rochester's Sweeps Festival</li></li></ul><li>Entertainment Impact on Tourism<br />British needs excitement, fun and relaxation <br /> theme parks, water parks, theme park hotels <br />Eg. Pleasure Beach Blackpool<br /> Alton Towers<br />Water park of Alton Towers<br />The Blue Hotel of Pleasure Beach Blackpool<br />One of Europe’s tallest rollar coaster<br />Europe’s first 360 degree roller coaster<br />
  49. 49. Language & Culture impact on Tourism<br />Culture – native English language<br /> exchange programmes and study tour to UK<br />
  50. 50. Cultural Impact on People<br />
  51. 51. The British Social Class System<br />the Upper Class<br />the Middle Class<br />Lower or Working Class<br /> affect employers and employee<br /> ineqality<br />
  52. 52. British aristocracy<br />Affected by The old aristocratic- Be gentleman- Pay attention to the identity and upbringing- Generous<br />Affected by The new aristocratic- Money Relations- Impersonal , Cool- Privacy - Handshaking is Standard Greeting<br />- Dislike late comer<br />Duke<br />Marquess<br />Earl<br />Viscount<br />Baron<br />
  53. 53. Individualism Vs Collectivism<br />personal freedom<br />right to privacy and preserve one’s personal space. <br />Encourage competitions<br />Individual achievement<br />
  54. 54. The Empire on which the sun never sets<br />Colony all over the world<br />Superior than other nations<br />Never apologize easily<br />Never face their faults<br />
  55. 55. References<br />
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