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  • Without attractions, the rest of the value chain will be rendered useless.
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    • 1.  Main motivators for travel Lifeblood of the Tourism Industry Main reasons why tourists travel all around the world.
    • 2. There are 2 classifications of Attractions: Natural Attractions Man-made Attractions• The unique terrain and •These are man-made projectscharacteristics of a location. and intangible man-made events.
    • 3. Natural Attractions Man-made Attractions Topography Entertainment Flora Events Fauna Cultural Bodies of Water Recreation
    • 4. Natural Attractions › Topography:  Physical terrain or landscape of a place (volcanoes, mountains, islands) the Philippines has a lot of scenic locations thanks to its mountain ranges. › Flora and Fauna:  plant and animal life › Bodies of water
    • 5. Man-made Attractions › Monuments and other man-made landmarks
    • 6. › Museums  Defined as: “building or institution which houses and cares for a collection of artifacts and other objects of scientific, artistic or historical importance and makes them available for public viewing through exhibits that may be permanent or temporary” (Alexander & Alexander, 2009
    • 7. Man-made Attractions › Cultural and Religious Events  These are categorized in several ways (ie. Regular, or irregular occurrence or location)  The Philippines is rich in fiestas and festivals. These primarily are religious in nature. › Health Tourism  Travel to improve ones health.
    • 8. Man-made Attractions › Shopping Malls  Composite attractions that contain numerous individual sub-attractions designed to maximize the amount of time that visitors remain within the facility and the amount of money they spend. › Sports and Recreational and Entertainment Events
    • 9. UNESCO World Heritage Sites › United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. › Designated sites to be preserved or conserved. › Protection of the natural and cultural heritage of that particular place.
    • 10. UNESCO Heritage Sites in the Philippines: › Baroque Churches of the Philippines › Tubbattaha Reef Marine Park › Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras › Vigan › Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park
    • 11. UNESCO Heritage Sites