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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
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    • 1. English for Tourism Week 6 Jorge Colombo
    • 2. SPECIAL FORMS OF TOURISM
    • 3. Before the journey • Do you know which ten countries in the world attracted the most international tourists in recent years?
    • 4. TOP 10 • France • Spain • USA • China • Italy • United Kingdom • Germany • Ukraine • Turkey • Mexico Source: The World Tourism Organization, United Nations (2007)
    • 5. The Leaning Tower of Pisa Eiffel Tower Big Ben--- the Great Clock of Westminster The Statue of Liberty
    • 6. WHY? • France • Spain • USA • China • Italy • United Kingdom • Germany • Ukraine • Turkey • Mexico Source: The World Tourism Organization, United Nations (2007)
    • 7. Tourism Past --- Present --- Future
    • 8. In the past…
    • 9. How about NOW?
    • 10. Tourism Activities Mass Tourism Niche Tourism
    • 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. Niche Tourism Cultural Environ- mental RuralUrban Others
    • 13. Cultural • Heritage • Tribal • Religious • Educational • Genealogy • Research
    • 14. Environmental • Nature and wildlife • Ecotourism • Adventure • Coastal
    • 15. Rural • Farms • Camping • Wine • Sport • Festivals and events
    • 16. Urban • Business • Conference • Exhibition • Sport • Gallery • Art
    • 17. Others • Photographic • Small Cruise • Volunteer • Youth • Transport
    • 18. NIGHT VIEW OF BANGKOK
    • 19. Thailand Tourism ---The Color of Thailand • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEjcComji 0o
    • 20. READING: CULINARY ADVENTURES IN THAILAND
    • 21. Have you ever tried Thai cuisine? Could you name some Thai dishes?
    • 22. Top 10 Thai Food ,
    • 23. http://www.happycow.net/blog/?p=908
    • 24. Lemon Grass basil
    • 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. Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School
    • 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. Special Forms of Tourism • Ecotourism • Extreme Tourism • Medical Tourism • Fashion Tourism
    • 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. 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. Eco destinations • Peru • http://www.yourtravelchoice.org/category/ecode stinations/ • Brazil • Costa Rica • India
    • 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. 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. Patagonian Desert
    • 35. Canoe on the Amazon River
    • 36. Rock Climbing in Pakistan
    • 37. Medical Tourism • joint replacement (knee/hip), cardiac surgery, dental surgery, and cosmetic surgeries
    • 38. Fashion Tourism • Paris • Milan • New York • Tokyo • Shanghai • Sydney
    • 39. Champs Elysees, Paris
    • 40. Milan Luxury Shopping Arcade, Italy
    • 41. Ginza, Tokyo
    • 42. ARCHITECHURE • Chicago

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