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A survey by questionnaire of outgoing foreigners was conducted at Dacca and Chittagong airports and Denupole and Tamabil land custom ports. The objective was to assess average length of stay and spending of foreign tourists and discover the pattern of tourist inflow by nationality, sex, purpose of...

Citation
Sample survey on foreign tourists., 1977, pp v+29pp.
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Government tourism initiatives in developing countries have been applauded by tourism scholars as a means of assisting a private sector that has insufficient resources and assuring public control of the industry's future. This article reviews the tourism development experience of seven South Asian...

Author(s)
Richter, L. K.; Richter, W. L.
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 1985, 12, 2, pp 201-217
Abstract

Consideration is given to the role and functions of youth tourism in South Asia (Bangladesh, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka), with particular reference to India. A comparison is made with youth tourism in Europe. Relatively few young people in South Asia can afford to travel, but...

Author(s)
Naqshband, G.
Citation
World Travel, 1985, No. 184, pp 33-34
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Tourism, one of the world's largest industries, has created a variety of complex political problems, particularly in those countries where the primary attraction of tourism is accelerating development. The political dimensions that have encouraged tourism in China, the Philippines, Thailand, India, ...

Author(s)
Richter, L. K.
Publisher
University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Citation
The politics of tourism in Asia., 1989, pp 263pp.
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Tourism as an organized industry in Bangladesh only began to take root at independence in 1971, but more especially with the formation of the Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (BPC) in 1973. From the outset the BPC was given complete control of the development of tourism in the country. The structure ...

Author(s)
Dodson, R.; Kalimullah, N. A.
Citation
Grassroots (Bangladesh), 1991, 1, 2, pp 25-28
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In recent years tourism has become a major element in the balance of payments of many countries. At present Bangladesh is failing miserably in attracting international tourists. Bangladesh accounts for only 4.5% of all international tourists visiting South Asian countries, and almost two-thirds of...

Author(s)
Hasan, S. R.
Publisher
Bureau of Business Research, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Citation
Problems and prospect of Bangladesh tourism industry., 1992, pp 122pp.
Abstract

The outdoor recreation potential of the Foy's lake area, 3 km north west of Chittagong city in Bangladesh, is investigated. Participants' observations and informal personal/group interview techniques were applied to assess the intensity of visits, monthly income from visitors, monthly expenses for...

Author(s)
Ahmed, M. R.
Citation
Bangladesh Journal of Forest Science, 1993, 22, 1/2, pp 30-36
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A guide is presented to rural technologies suitable not only for mountain areas involved in tourism, but for other areas of mountain economies too. The focus is on the Hindu Kush Himalaya (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar, Nepal, and Pakistan). Four chapters examine:...

Publisher
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), Kathmandu, Nepal
Citation
Manual of rural technology with implications for mountain tourism., 1997, pp 151 pp.
Abstract

Papers, speeches and declarations are presented from the 34th Meeting of the WTO Commission for South Asia, and the 13th Joint Meeting of the WTO Commission for South Asia and the WTO Commission for East Asia and the Pacific. They focus on the need to develop a sustainable tourism policy. Part I...

Publisher
World Tourism Organization (WTO), Madrid, Spain
Citation
Tourism 2000: building a sustainable future for Asia-Pacific: final report. Conference Bandos Island Resort, Maldives 16-17 February 1997., 1997, pp vii + 198 pp.
Abstract

The difficulties involved in developing ecotourism in Bangladesh and in India are described in order to highlight their relevance to development issues in other tropical developing countries. Growth in the volume of foreign tourists to India and South Asia generally has been much slower than in...

Author(s)
Tisdell, C.
Citation
Tourism Recreation Research, 1997, 22, 1, pp 26-33

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