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  • Mass Tourism: Conventional tourism involving large numbers of tourists in staged setting
    Niche Tourism: Special Interests, culture, and/or activity-based tourism involving a small number of tourists in authentic settings
  • Tourism Special Forms of Tourism (I)

    1. 1. English for Tourism Week 6 Jorge Colombo
    2. 2. SPECIAL FORMS OF TOURISM
    3. 3. Before the journey • Do you know which ten countries in the world attracted the most international tourists in recent years?
    4. 4. TOP 10 • France • Spain • USA • China • Italy • United Kingdom • Germany • Ukraine • Turkey • Mexico Source: The World Tourism Organization, United Nations (2007)
    5. 5. The Leaning Tower of Pisa Eiffel Tower Big Ben--- the Great Clock of Westminster The Statue of Liberty
    6. 6. WHY? • France • Spain • USA • China • Italy • United Kingdom • Germany • Ukraine • Turkey • Mexico Source: The World Tourism Organization, United Nations (2007)
    7. 7. Tourism Past --- Present --- Future
    8. 8. In the past…
    9. 9. How about NOW?
    10. 10. Tourism Activities Mass Tourism Niche Tourism
    11. 11. • Mass Tourism: Conventional tourism involving large numbers of tourists in staged settings • Niche Tourism: Special Interests, culture, and/or activity-based tourism involving a small number of tourists in authentic settings
    12. 12. Niche Tourism Cultural Environ- mental RuralUrban Others
    13. 13. Cultural • Heritage • Tribal • Religious • Educational • Genealogy • Research
    14. 14. Environmental • Nature and wildlife • Ecotourism • Adventure • Coastal
    15. 15. Rural • Farms • Camping • Wine • Sport • Festivals and events
    16. 16. Urban • Business • Conference • Exhibition • Sport • Gallery • Art
    17. 17. Others • Photographic • Small Cruise • Volunteer • Youth • Transport
    18. 18. NIGHT VIEW OF BANGKOK
    19. 19. Thailand Tourism ---The Color of Thailand • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEjcComji 0o
    20. 20. READING: CULINARY ADVENTURES IN THAILAND
    21. 21. Have you ever tried Thai cuisine? Could you name some Thai dishes?
    22. 22. Top 10 Thai Food ,
    23. 23. http://www.happycow.net/blog/?p=908
    24. 24. Lemon Grass basil
    25. 25. p. 1 • gourmet: someone who know a lot about good food and wine • GDP Others 93.3% Tourism 6.7% 2007 THAILAND’S GDP Others Tourism
    26. 26. Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School
    27. 27. • How does a culinary tour differ from a traditional tour in its arrangement? • What specialists may be involved in organizing a culinary tour? • How important is the travel industry to the economy of Thailand? • What are some factors that determine the success of a culinary tour?
    28. 28. Special Forms of Tourism • Ecotourism • Extreme Tourism • Medical Tourism • Fashion Tourism
    29. 29. Principles of Ecotourism: • Minimize impact. • Build environmental and cultural awareness and respect. • Provide positive experiences for both visitors and hosts. • Provide direct financial benefits for conservation. Provide financial benefits and empowerment for local people. • Raise sensitivity to host countries' political, environmental, and social climate.
    30. 30. Ecotourism • The international Ecotourism Society • Ecotourism  Responsible tourism, alternative tourism, sustainable tourism • http://www.ecotourism.org/site/c.orLQKXPCL mF/b.4832143/k.CF7C/The_International_Eco tourism_Society__Uniting_Conservation_Com munities_and_Sustainable_Travel.htm
    31. 31. Eco destinations • Peru • http://www.yourtravelchoice.org/category/ecode stinations/ • Brazil • Costa Rica • India
    32. 32. Responsible Travel Myths  I have to sacrifice quality and luxury of accommodations.  It's expensive!  It's too difficult to be a responsible traveler.  It means traveling to tropical jungles.  It's for backpackers.
    33. 33. Extreme Tourism • Extreme tourism or impact tourism is including a kind niche tourism clearance to the dangerous places (mountains, jungle, deserts, caves, etc.) or participation with into dangerous cases.
    34. 34. Patagonian Desert
    35. 35. Canoe on the Amazon River
    36. 36. Rock Climbing in Pakistan
    37. 37. Medical Tourism • joint replacement (knee/hip), cardiac surgery, dental surgery, and cosmetic surgeries
    38. 38. Fashion Tourism • Paris • Milan • New York • Tokyo • Shanghai • Sydney
    39. 39. Champs Elysees, Paris
    40. 40. Milan Luxury Shopping Arcade, Italy
    41. 41. Ginza, Tokyo
    42. 42. ARCHITECHURE • Chicago
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