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  1. 1. Tourism and hospitality management <ul><li>Munkhtuya Enkhbold </li></ul><ul><li>078557 </li></ul>Eastern Mediternean University
  2. 2. Tourism and Hospitality <ul><li>Tourism is travel for recreational leisure or business purpose. The world tourism organization defines tourist as people who ‘ travel to and stay places in outside their usual environment for more than twenty four (24) hours and not more than one consecutive year for pleasure, business and other purposes. </li></ul>Eastern Mediternean University
  3. 3. History of Tourism <ul><li>Wealthy people have always travel to distant parts of the world to see great buildings, work of art, learn new language, experience new cultures and to taste different cuisines. Long ago, at the time of the Roman Republic, places such as Baiae were popular coastal resorts for the rich. The word tourism was used by 1811 and tourist by 1840. In 1936, the League of Nation defined foreign tourist . </li></ul>Eastern Mediternean University
  4. 4. Most visited cities <ul><li>Top 21 most visited cities by estimated number of international visitors by selected year City Country International visitors and year: Paris   France 15.6 (2007). London   United Kingdom 14.8 (2008) Bangkok   Thailand 10.84 (2007) (External study estimation). Singapore   Singapore 10.1 (2008). New York City   United States 9.5 (2008). Hong Kong   China 7.94 (2008) (excluding Mainland China). Istanbul   Turkey 7.05 (2008). Dubai   United Arab Emirates 6.9 (2007) 19] Shanghai   China 6.66 (2007) [20] Rome   Italy 6.12(2007) (External study estimation) [14] Seoul   South Korea 4.99(2007).   Saudi Arabia 4.5(2007). [23] Kuala Lumpur   Malaysia 4.4(2007) (External study estimation) [14] Beijing   China 4.4(2007) [24] Moscow   Russia 4.1(2008) 25] Prague   Czech Republic 4.1(2008) [26] Athens   Greece 3.87(2007). [27] Amsterdam   Netherlands 3.66(2008) [28] Vienna   Austria 3.53(2008) [29] </li></ul>Eastern Mediternean University
  5. 5. International tourism expenditure Eastern Mediternean University Rank Country UNWTO Regional Market International Tourism Expenditures (2008) International Tourism Expenditures (2007) International Tourism Expenditures (2006) 1   Germany Europe $91.0 billion $83.1 billion $73.9 billion 2 United states North America $79.7 billion $76.4 billion $72.1 billion 3 United kingdom Europe $68.5 billion $71.4 billion $63.1 billion 4 France Europe $43.1 billion $36.7 billion $32.1 billion 5 China Asia $36.2 billion $29.8 billion $24.3 billion 6 Italy Europe $30.8 billion $27.8 billion $23.1 billion 7 Japan Asia $27.9 billion $26.5 billion $26.9 billion 8 Canada North America $26.9 billion $24.7 billion $20.5 billion 9 Russia Europe $24.9 billion $22.3 billion $18.2 billion 10 Netherlands Europe $21.7 billion $19.1 billion $17.0 billion
  6. 6. Welcome to amazing places <ul><li>Trafalgar square </li></ul><ul><li>Eiffelturm, Paris </li></ul>Eastern Mediternean University
  7. 7. Watch, feel, enjoy…. <ul><li>Time square in New York </li></ul><ul><li>Hongkong_ victoria _peak </li></ul>Eastern Mediternean University
  8. 8. Wonderful old building <ul><li>Closseum in Rome, Italy </li></ul><ul><li>Hagia Sophia exterior in Istanbul Turkey </li></ul>Eastern Mediternean University
  9. 9. Amazing building and glamour place <ul><li>Auditorio de tenerife Spain </li></ul><ul><li>Dubai United Arab Emirate </li></ul>Eastern Mediternean University
  10. 10. Beautiful nature <ul><li>Niagra Falls Canada </li></ul><ul><li>Iguaru falls Argentina, Brazil </li></ul>Eastern Mediternean University
  11. 11. Feel the World <ul><li>Sydney Opera House </li></ul><ul><li>Gizah Pyramids </li></ul>Eastern Mediternean University
  12. 12. In Asia <ul><li>Nseoul tower South Korea </li></ul><ul><li>KLCC twin tower in Malasiya </li></ul>Eastern Mediternean University
  13. 13. Shopping mall <ul><li>Pentagon city mall in Virginia, United states </li></ul><ul><li>Birmingham Selfridges in England </li></ul>Eastern Mediternean University
  14. 14. Inside the shop <ul><li>Toronto Eaton center in Canada </li></ul><ul><li>New World Center in Hongkong </li></ul>Eastern Mediternean University
  15. 15. International tourism receipts Eastern Mediternean University
  16. 16. Tourism s problem <ul><li>As a result of the late-2000s recession, international travel demand suffered a strong slowdown beginning in June 2008, with growth in international tourism arrivals worldwide falling to 2% during the boreal summer months, and this negative trend intensified as international tourist arrivals fell by 8% during the first four months of 2009.Thereafter this declining trend was exacerbated in some regions due to the outbreak of the influenza AH1N1 virus. </li></ul>Eastern Mediternean University
  17. 17. H1N1 influenza virus <ul><li>The 2009 flu pandemic is a global of a new strain of H1N1 influenza virus , often referred to as ‘swine flu’ in the media. Although the virus, first detected in April 2009, contains a combination of genes from pigs, birds, and humans, it cannot be spread by eating pork products or being around pigs. The outbreak began in Veracruz, Mexico, with evidence that there had been an ongoing epidemic for months before it was officially recognized as such. Mild symptoms include: fever, sore throat, cough, headache, muscle pains and nausea, vomiting, diarrhea. </li></ul>Eastern Mediternean University
  18. 18. Thank you for interest Eastern Mediternean University