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Tourism in Malaysia and Singapore is characterized by specific patterns relating to space, quality and quantity. The aim of Singapore's tourist policy is to earn as much foreign currency as possible, particularly from tourists' shopping activities. The reasons why this strategy is successful are...

Author(s)
Marr, R. L.
Citation
Basler Beiträge zur Geographie, 1982, No. 27, pp 286pp.
Abstract

The possible effects of ongoing changes in the global economic environment on visitor arrivals to Australia are discussed. Particular attention is given to the immediate implications of the East Asian economic crisis and possible outcomes for the tourism industry according to the rate of recovery...

Author(s)
Australia, Tourism Forecasting Council
Publisher
Canberra, Australia
Citation
Special Report - Tourism Forecasting Council, 1998, No. 2, pp 24 pp.
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The study attempts to collate all known available research on the South East Asian market with a final objective of ascertaining the potential this market holds for New Zealand as a tourist destination. It begins with an overview of performance in the following markets: Singapore; Malaysia;...

Publisher
Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
NZTP Overseas Market Research Series, 1990, No. 2, pp 69pp.
Abstract

The report focuses on trends and developments in the travel and tourism markets and industry of South East Asia. It provides information on a wide range of travel and tourism issues, analysing aspects including the importance of tourism in the region and the best methods of marketing travel and...

Publisher
Euromonitor Publications Ltd., London, UK
Citation
Travel and tourism in South East Asia., 1994, pp 279 pp.
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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,
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New Zealand's recent performance as a destination for Singapore and Malaysia is strong but poorly understood. This research was undertaken in order to find out about their population potential for travel, the impact of price, visitor motivations and expectations, product preferences and the...

Author(s)
Hamilton, J.
Citation
NZTP Overseas Market Research Series, New Zealand Tourist and Publicity Department, 1988, No. OSMR/1988/1, pp 215pp.
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The chapter attempts to establish the historical context in which tourism began to develop during the period of imperial expansion and colonial consolidation. In particular it is concerned with singling out a number of avenues for the historical examination of tourism in Malaya. One of these is the ...

Author(s)
Stockwell, A. J.
Publisher
Routledge, London, UK
Citation
Tourism in South-East Asia., 1993, pp 258-270
Abstract

The many changes in the structure, role and responsibilities of national tourism administrations (NTA) over the decade leading up to the millennium are described. Case studies of the experiences of selected countries reveal a relinquishing of many of governments' traditional responsibilities and...

Author(s)
Cockerell, N.
Publisher
World Tourism Organization (WTO), Madrid, Spain
Citation
Towards new forms of public-private sector partnership: the changing role, structure and activities of national tourism administrations., 1997, pp ii + 88 pp.
Abstract

In contrast to Australia, most South East Asian countries have a rich cultural and visible historical heritage in addition to their natural resources, though the tourism infrastructure is less developed. To complement such "goods" there are also "public loads" such as disease and law and order...

Author(s)
Tisdell, C.
Citation
ASEAN-Australia Economic Papers, Association of Southeast Asian Nations and Australia, 1984, No. 6, pp 46pp.
Abstract

The object of the seminar organized by WTO/ESCAP was to provide for the exchange of experiences and knowledge of tourism investment and financing, and to jointly study the most effective approaches for creating a favourable investment climate. Five papers were presented by M. Guen, G.E. Lipp, S.N....

Publisher
Bangkok, Thailand
Citation
Proceedings of the ESCAP/WTO seminar-cum-workshop on investment and financing of tourism development projects and related infrastructures, Phuket, Thailand, 19-25 February 1980., 1980, pp 112pp.

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