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Marketplace > Republic Polytechnic > Hospitality > H102 > Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION TO TOURISM HOSPITALITY
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Hospitality and Tourism Management
Fattimah Ally

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Hospitality and Tourism Management
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Date Created: 09/12/15
Chapter 1 INTRODlETION TO TCAJRISM 6L HOSPITALITY Tourism 0 Movement of people to countries or places 0 Outside their usual environment 0 For personal or business purpose 0 Three main forms of tourism Inbound Tourism visits to a country by nonresidents Outbound Tourism visits of residents of a country to another country Domestic Tourism visits by residents of a country to their own country Tourist Socalled visitor Travel outside hisher usual environment 0 Less than a year c For any main purpose such as business leisure or other personal purpose Spend money that can arise the economy 0 Except permanent residence and employment 0 Two types of visitors Overnight visitor stays overnight in the destination also called tourist Sameday visitor does not include an overnight stay Tourism Perspectives The tourists consumers Government of the host community or area wealth factor and development Businesses providing goods and services suppliers and earningspro ts Residentshost community culture employment and income Components of Tourism The Tourist 1 The Tourist 2 Planning Catalyst Component 0 Private sector such as NATAS fair 0 Public sector such as STB 3 Operating Sectors of the Tourism Industry Accommodation 0 Travel trade 0 Events Attraction Outdoor and adventure Food service 0 Entertainment 0 Transportation 0 Tourism services 4 Built Environment 0 Culture Technology Governance 0 Information 0 Infrastructure such as bridge road runaway airport Superstructure such as yer USS 5 Natural Resources and Environment People 0 Climate Physiographic Hospitality quothospitarequot to receive guest Provides food beverages and accommodation 0 Entertainment in some instance 0 Scope of hospitality Food and beverage Accommodation Entertainment Health Key Tourism Stakeholders Residents in a hospitality role 0 Government planning funding government pay salary and booth the economy Visitorstourists spend money 0 Operating sectors 0 Others Practice Question 1 Consider the following 5 travellers Would you consider them tourists Justify your answer a A business traveller who spends virtually every waking hour during 5 days visiting a country on workrelated matters b A student visiting a country for 11 months to attend university c A sick person who visits a country to have medical treatment in hosp aL d A pilgrim who visits a country for a week to visit a holy site who arrives with no money and begs to sustain a frugal existence e A grandmother who visits a country to be with her daughter for three months and does not venture outside her daughter39s home 2 List out some examples of private sector and public sector respectively 3 Describe the roles of the stakeholders respectively Learning Outcomes 1 Describe the scope and components of the hospitality and tourism industries 2 Explain the role of hospitality and tourism industry stakeholders 3 Explain the key events that have impacted the development of hospitality and tourism industries in Singapore Need answers Feel free to drop me an email 15043445 myrpedusg


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