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The Journal of Culture & Tourism Research

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저자 : Huong T. C Cao

발행기관 : 한국문화관광학회 간행물 : 문화관광연구 24권 2호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 6-14 (9 pages)

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Service quality is an important factor effecting park management, and customers' satisfaction. High service quality will providing high satisfaction. When customers satisfy, they will revisit the park and willing introduce to another customer. So, evaluating service quality is very important to park managers. The results of evaluation will help park managers increasing service quality and visitor return rate.
The research using Importance - Performance Analysis (IPA) to measure the quality of Asian Park. The results of research suggesting some solutions for managers to improve service quality, increasing customer satisfaction and attracting more visitors.

저자 : Babulichandra Nayak , Shalini Minz

발행기관 : 한국문화관광학회 간행물 : 문화관광연구 24권 2호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 15-32 (18 pages)

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This paper represents the main aim of this research is to explore in recent years, mountain regions are a fascinating great consideration to Indian tourists in general and foreign tourists in particular. The probable mountain resources for promoting green tourism are vast in the form of natural and cultural heritage such as ecological reserves, flora and fauna, lakes and rivers and traditional rural resources. In order to utilize the tourism industry market, wild numbers of tourists and related random infrastructural facilities in the susceptible mountain regions pose serious ecological insinuations. The ecological pressures are threatening land, water, and wildlife resources through direct and indirect environmental effects together with the generation of solid and liquid wastes, so green tourism is emerging as an important task in order to develop a new relationship between communities, government agencies, and private sectors. However, Buddhist heritage in Tourism sustainable development affects tourism for the welfare of people in society. The Promote for engaging at the international, level who indicates the best option for employment; however, the Jharkhand Itkhori, a block headquarters within Chatra district. Itkhori lies north of Hazaribagh, about 16 km west of Chouparan to be more precise.
It is a wonderful place with an abundance of historical reminiscences and archaeological remnants demonstrating a breathtaking saga of religious tolerance and cultural unity. More than 1200 years ago, the great Pala and Gupta emperors looked out from the terrace of the magnificent Maa Bhadrakali temple complex built during the 9th century The workmanship of the images and statues indicate a highly developed heritage of skills in the finer arts. In addition, if wonders were to follow wonders, the Shiva-linga in the adjacent temple has no less than 1008 “lingams” carved into its surface. Images of 104 Bodhisattvas and 4 principal Buddha's are sculpted on each side of a “stupa”-like structure. One of the rock inscriptions of Mahendra Pala at Itkhori indicates that the Pratihara ruler came in control of the bordering areas of Chotanagpur during the second half of the 9th century A.D. Heritage Tourism can help in shaping our cultural resources. To develop a strategic plan for heritage tourism, we have to understand the tourism resources and needs and wants and how to match it with our available resources in the future to make the successful utilization of resources for the empowerment of the state.

저자 : Faheema Saheed

발행기관 : 한국문화관광학회 간행물 : 문화관광연구 24권 2호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 33-41 (9 pages)

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Sri Lanka has been placed in a strategic position as one of the major tourist attractions in the world boasting of its rich religious cultural diversity since antiquity. The end of a protracted civil war and extremist religious movements has bounced back the tourist industry and the consequent rapid expansion of tourist infrastructure in the island. The resultant rich cultural heritage of the island has been woven around ethnic origins, religious practices, and historical architecture. The Muslims who settled in Sri Lanka in the 7th century A,D. established a characteristic way of life and a distinctive form of Islamic culture which is unique to Sri Lanka, This isolated characteristic of a hybrid culture is hardly visible at global level. The importance of the multi-cultural dimensions of the Sri Lankan society should be valued and enhanced in the sphere of global tourism as local and foreign investment flowing into the sector is not directed towards promoting religious and cultural tourism. The objective of this paper is to examine the potential of religious and cultural tourism in Sri Lanka to strengthen the economic capacity of the country, paying special attention to the island's resource heritage and its cultural diversity. The necessary information for the article is gathered from secondary sources such as journal articles, book chapters and published data. Such secondary data is supplementrd through primary sources of information extracted from field observations, interviews with key infotmants and the community leaders. A Mixed method is used to analyze the collected information.

저자 : Jayasinghe J. D. D. P

발행기관 : 한국문화관광학회 간행물 : 문화관광연구 24권 2호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 42-50 (9 pages)

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This paper propose the cultural tourism as a strategy for peace building in Sri Lanka examining the cultural festival tourism .Main argument in this article is that the cultural tourism leads to inter cultural understanding, developing mutual relations and building trust among each other. Since the existing peace building approaches are more political, cultural tourism is a strategy could be developed in to practical achievement of the goals of peace building.
The methodological approach utilized is qualitative research paradigm, based on grounded theory. Kataragama cultural festival, with its multi ethnic, multi religious characteristics has produced an ideal background for exploration and sustains the above argument.

저자 : Ampil Jan Alexis D. , Nanquilada Cristine C. , Soriano Josh Matthew M. , Tabuyo Jimford U.

발행기관 : 한국문화관광학회 간행물 : 문화관광연구 24권 2호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 51-69 (19 pages)

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The research determined the tourist satisfaction of Glamping in Nayomi Sanctuary Resort in Balete, Batangas. It utilized the customer satisfaction program for Puhajarve Spa and Holiday Resort wherein the researchers enhanced their services. Using the qualitative design the data was gathered through interview and observation checklist by researchers and used narrative analysis to present the data. The study thought to determine the assessment of tourist of glamping in terms of Reliability, Assurance, Empathy, Tangibility and Responsiveness and identify the problems and challenges experience by the tourist of glamping in Nayomi Sanctuary Resort in Balete, Batangas. In addition, the study needed to propose a customer satisfaction program based on the respondents responses. After the date gathering and analyses it can be concluded that Nayomi Sanctuary Resort is lacking in terms of reliability, assurance and tangibility. However the resort excelled with reference to empathy and responsiveness. The output of the research strives to come up with the customer satisfaction program.

저자 : Chinda Tejavanija Chang

발행기관 : 한국문화관광학회 간행물 : 문화관광연구 24권 2호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 70-79 (10 pages)

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The hospitality and Tourism Industry is the largest and fastest growing industry in the world. An exciting aspect is that the industry comprises so many different aspects and professions. Common dynamics in this diverse industry include the delivery of services and products and the customer impressions of them. Thailand's overall hospitality and tourism economy employed an estimated 4,110,000 people in 2007 or one in every 8.9 jobs (11.3%), and this is forecast to reach 4,767,000 (11.8%) by 2017.
Thailand's travel and tourism sector should also attract 206 billion baht in capital investment in the year 2007 for 8.5% of the nation's total, and the WTTC predicts this figure will climb to 511 billion baht (9.3%) by 2017. Government expenditure on the industry is expected to tally 27 billion baht in 2007 for 2.7% of the national budget and increase to 51.2 billion baht (2.8%) in 2017. In addition, Thailand has led the Asia-Pacific region in signing open-skies agreements between Asian nations, and in reducing visa restrictions - these initiatives along with the opening up of new direct routes to the region, from the United States, Russia and South Africa, for example, are also attracting increasing amounts of foreign tourists.

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