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Section 1 of this session: Matching facilities to demand, contains two papers by K.T.C. Lo and D. Chiv describing the sporting and recreational facilities available in Hong Kong. The paper by F. Billion presents some aspects of the 'Golden Plan' for health, sport and recreation developed in West...

Publisher
Sports Council, London, UK
Citation
Sport and people: conference report, London, 4-7 May, 1982, 1982, pp 61-151
Abstract

In the second year of the 5 year travel market research programme, jointly funded by Tourism Canada and the US Travel and Tourism Administration, Hong Kong, Switzerland and Singapore were studied in order to: (1) provide broad-based marketing information on the long-haul pleasure travel market; (2) ...

Publisher
Tourism Canada, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Pleasure travel markets to North America: Switzerland, Hong Kong, Singapore. Highlights report., 1988, pp 39pp.
Abstract

The differences and similarities between park and recreation professionals in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, and the USA are reviewed, using Frederick Herzberg's two-factor motivation hygiene theory. This cross-cultural study analyses the responses of professionals in these four geographic areas to...

Author(s)
Edginton, C. R.; Neal, L. L.; Edginton, S. R.
Citation
Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 1989, 7, 3, pp 33-43
Abstract

The annual survey is conducted to obtain qualitative information to supplement the basic visitor arrival statistics for the purpose of assisting the tourism industry in making better planning and marketing decisions. The data collected cover the following aspects: visitor arrival trends; sources of ...

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Survey of overseas visitors to Singapore 1989., 1990, pp 104pp.
Abstract

The report forecasts travel and tourism to and within the Far East and Pacific region, now the fastest growing of the major tourist regions of the world. It analyses the potential for travel to the region from individual origin countries both inside and outside the region. Forecasts show travel by...

Author(s)
Edwards, A.
Citation
Special Report - Economist Intelligence Unit, 1990, No. 2030,
Abstract

Spiralling oil prices originating from the Persian Gulf crisis have had adverse effects on the world economy. The tourist and hotel industries in Thailand have not escaped without severe disruption. Travellers from Europe and America have been discouraged by higher air fares and living costs, while ...

Citation
Bangkok Bank Monthly Review, 1990, 31, 12, pp 496-498
Abstract

The report presents the findings of the 18th survey of overseas visitors to Singapore. It discusses statistics related to visitor profile, travel patterns, visit experience, and expenditure patterns. The major visitor generating markets are Japan, Australia, the UK, USA, Taiwan, India, Hong Kong,...

Citation
Survey of overseas visitors to Singapore 1990., 1991, pp 124pp.
Abstract

Taiwan receives approximately 2 million international visitors a year but growth has been sluggish for most of the past decade. It relies heavily on Japan, which accounts for nearly half of all visitors, and is therefore very dependent on the vicissitudes of the Japanese market. Other major sources ...

Author(s)
Bailey, M.
Citation
International Tourism Reports, 1991, No. 4, pp 72-93
Abstract

There exist various opinions on the role and structure of National Tourism Organizations (NTOs). Up to now only a few studies have attempted to analyse NTOs. This article provides a comparative analysis of the government tourism organizations for the top five Asia-Pacific destinations: Hawaii, Hong ...

Author(s)
Choy, D. J. L.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1993, 14, 5, pp 357-365
Abstract

The article focuses on the potential for internationalizing a survey instrument that has been validated with American consumers. First, it briefly introduces the cultural, anthropological framework for developing a multicultural research programme geared towards identifying market expectations....

Author(s)
Patton, M.; Stevens, P.; Knutson, B. J.
Citation
Journal of Hospitality & Leisure Marketing, 1994, 2, 2, pp 39-55

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