Tourist Attraction

Summary

  • 145 Companies
  • 0 Patents
  • 32 Use Cases
  • 99 Case Studies
  • 282 Science Papers
  • $301 244 Total Funding

Companies

#Organisation NameIndustriesHeadquarterDescriptionFounded YearCompany TypeNum of Employees
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Automotive
Founded in May 2003, BMW Brilliance Automotive Ltd. is a joint venture of BMW Group and Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Ltd. The operation includes production, sales and after-sales services of BMW automotives. The plants are situated in Shenyang city, Liaoning Province, which is a strong industrial base of China. BMW Brilliance has a branch company in Beijing, with a nationwide sales and service network. Currently, BMW Brilliance manufactures the All-New BMW 5 Series Long Wheelbase, the BMW 3 Series Long Wheelbase and standard version, the All-New BMW X1, the BMW 2 Series Tourer and the BMW 1 Series sedan. These vehicles are produced at Plant Dadong and Plant Tiexi, in Shenyang. In May 2017, BMW Brilliance opened New Plant Dadong, a brand new and highly innovative automotive production plant which is a forerunner for the application of Industry 4.0. An engine plant began operations in January 2016 and produces the BMW Group’s advanced 3 and 4 cylinder engines. Upon the opening of a high voltage battery center in 2017, BMW Brilliance will become the first premium JV to assemble high voltage batteries in China. Plant Tiexi was the first automotive plant in China to be recognized as a national 4A tourist attraction, an achievement that will benefit the local area by inspiring interest in science and technology and promoting tourism in Liaoning province.
2003
Partnership
5 052
2
Travel and Tourism
Copenhagen
Tivoli is Denmark's greatest tourist attraction, welcoming 4.4 million visitors in 2017 and celebrating its 175-year jubilee in 2018. As an experience brand, Tivoli offers activities throughout the year: rides, music, stage performances, restaurants, an ever-changing garden, gambling and arcade games, hotel accommodation, and education. As Copenhagen's largest venue for cultural events, Tivoli sells thousands of tickets to everything from musicals and ballets to major concerts. Added to that is all the free entertainment in Tivoli: pantomimes, the Tivoli Youth Guard and music on the Gardens'​ stages. All-year activities include Nimb Hotel and restaurants, Tivoli Corner and Tivoli Food Hall, TivoliCasino.dk, Tivoli Business Club and Tivoli Academy, offering training in Customer Experience Management. Seasonal activities with rides operating are Winter in Tivoli, Tivoli's summer season, Halloween in Tivoli and Christmas in Tivoli.
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Public Company
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Dairy
Tillamook, OR
Founded in 1909 as a farmer-owned cooperative, Tillamook County Creamery Association (TCCA) recently achieved the distinction as a Certified B Corporation® (B Corp™) and prides itself on its commitment to bringing to market the most consistent, best tasting, highest quality dairy products made in the most natural way possible. Guided by the belief that everyone deserves real food that makes them feel good every day, Tillamook® produces internationally recognized, award-winning cheese as well as exceptional ice cream, butter, cream cheese spreads, yogurt and sour cream, made with unwavering values that never sacrifice or compromise quality for profit. TCCA is owned by almost 80 farming families, primarily based in Tillamook County, Oregon. TCCA operates production facilities in Tillamook and Boardman, Oregon and employs more than 900 people throughout the state. The Tillamook Creamery is the largest tourist attraction on the coast of Oregon and one of the most popular in the state, attracting more than one million visitors each year. For more information on TCCA and Tillamook, visit Tillamook.com. Our culture is grounded in our shared values: We are Good Stewards l We are committed to Uncompromised Quality l We work as One Team l We Play to Win l We Genuinely Care To get to know us better, please visit us online: www.Tillamook.com www.facebook.com/Tillamook www.instagram.com/Tillamook www.twitter.com/TillamookCheese To join our team, please visit us online: www.Tillamook.com/Careers
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Privately Held
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Travel and Tourism
Abu Dhabi
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, the first Ferrari-branded theme park in the world opened its doors to fans in November 2010. The Park is a major tourist attraction and an iconic landmark located at the heart of Yas Island, the premium leisure and entertainment destination in the UAE. Ferrari World Abu Dhabi celebrates the spirit of the legendary marque. It is home to numerous thrill rides, family-friendly attractions, state-of-the-art simulators, entertaining live shows as well as popular seasonal festivities that bring together extraordinary performances from around the globe. The Park 86,000 sqm iconic red roof is home to the world’s fastest roller coaster, Formula Rossa, as well as the newly-launched triple record-breaking coaster ride, Flying Aces. It also offers guests a range of Ferrari inspired family experiences that include Benno’s Great Race, Karting Academy, Junior Training Camp, Driving Experience, Fiorano GT challenge, Scuderia challenge and much more. The unique experience on offer at the theme park caters to visitors of all ages in a climate-controlled environment, all year round. Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is home to the world’s largest ‘Ferrari Store’ and the ‘Past and Present Store’, a replica of Enzo Ferrari’s first garage. The stores offer exclusive Ferrari collectibles and racing memorabilia for visitors to take home. Visitors can also celebrate authentic Italian culinary traditions as they choose from five restaurants available at the Park including the Award-winning Mamma Rossella, making it the only place outside Maranello to experience the true Ferrari story. The Park is managed and operated by Farah Experiences LLC, which was established in 2008 to provide world-class entertainment experiences on Yas Island.
2010
Privately Held
443
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Supermarkets
Denpasar, Bali
Bali Swalayan is a platform that aims to make it easier for tourists (note: in general, visitors to a tourist attraction whether it is for a tour, official travel or just a stopover or transit in an area) to get souvenirs or souvenirs typical of the tourist attractions. are on. Procedure: 1) Tourists only need to shop on the baliswalayan.com website (note: Android and iPhone applications are currently not developed because there is no funding yet) 2) After completing the selection and checkout of products (souvenirs), the product list will go to the backend website and be confirmed again by the admin 3) Payment can be made on the spot (COD) or transfer 4) The selected product will be delivered directly by the courier to the address specified by the buyer, the product can be sent to the hotel / villa where the tourist is staying or directly to the house to reduce luggage weight Products sold and product origin: Broadly speaking the products sold are souvenirs or souvenirs typical of the area where the tourist is located. Souvenirs come from craftsmen who are around the tourist attractions so that the existence of Bali Swalayan can help improve the welfare of the surrounding community and also obtain original products typical of the area.
2015
Self-Employed
237
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Museums and Institutions
Salford, Greater Manchester
Set in a magnificent waterside location at the heart of the redeveloped Salford Quays in Greater Manchester, The Lowry is an architectural flagship with a unique and dynamic identity. Rising from the regenerated docklands, it is a welcoming building, designed to reflect the surrounding landscapes and flourishing waterways, in its glass and metallic surfaces. The Lowry opened on 28th April 2000, bringing together a wide variety of performing and visual arts under one roof. Opening its door to the best in entertainment and education in the arts, The Lowry aims to give everyone access to new areas of creativity and to embrace its broad community. The Lowry houses two main theatres and studio space for performing arts (1,730, 466 and 180 seats respectively) presenting a full range of drama, opera, ballet, dance, musicals, children's shows, popular music, jazz, folk and comedy and gallery spaces (1,610 metres of floor space); showing the works of LS Lowry alongside contemporary exhibitions. Movement into and through the building generates an air of theatricality, festivity and anticipation. The layout of The Lowry encourages visitors to explore and enjoy the variety of facilities housed within it, throughout the day and evening. An open ramped route with dramatic views connects the theatre foyers and gallery spaces, forming a public promenade around the building, linking all activities. A breathtaking new international landmark, The Lowry is a "must see"​ tourist attraction - not just a venue, but a destination. The Lowry increases opportunities for social interaction within the community and generate a spirit of participation. Above all, it is an exciting and stimulating venue for education, recreation and creativity. A restaurant, cafes & bars are situated along the southern side of the building, with spectacular waterside views and in fine weather can extend out to quayside terraces overlooking the expansive Manchester Ship Canal.
2000
Nonprofit
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Harare, Zimbabwe
ISO 9001:2015 certified Rainbow Tourism Group (RTG), is one of the largest tourism companies in Zimbabwe. Listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange, RTG is a dominant player in the tourism industry specialising in hotel and conference services, tour operations and operates the largest tourism online booking platform in Zimbabwe; the Gateway Stream App. The Group has six hotels located in Zimbabwe; two are in the capital city Harare, one in Zimbabwe’s mining town - Kadoma, one in the country’s second largest city – Bulawayo and two in the resort town of the world-renowned tourist attraction Victoria Falls. RTG also has a marketing & sales office in Johannesburg South Africa. The Group has the largest convention centre in Zimbabwe - Harare International Conference Centre (HICC), which has a seating capacity of 4500. Most recently RTG was conferred with the prestigious Zimbabwe Quoted Companies Survey award for the company with the highest profitability in 2019. The Group also boasts of its award winning five-star flagship hotel – The Rainbow Towers Hotel and Conference Centre which has been conferred with winner and runner-up awards for the Hospitality Sector Super Brand award by the Marketers Association of Zimbabwe over the past five years. Its upmarket four-star exotic resort hotel – A ‘Zambezi River Lodge is the only hotel on the banks of the Zambezi River, and has several service excellence accolades to its name which include the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award received for the past consecutive six years and HolidayCheck (Germany). The Group has also received awards for innovation enabled by its focus on harnessing digitisation to drive service excellence.
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Privately Held
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Qingdao
Tsingtao Beer Museum is China’s first beer-themed museum built on the basis of the early architecture of the Tsingtao Brewery, a national key cultural relics protection unit. It is also a national 4A-level tourist attraction, a national second-level museum, and the country’s first batch demonstration point of industrial and agricultural tourism.
2003
Self-Owned
186
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Government
Warrnambool, VIC
As the largest Victorian coastal city outside of Port Phillip Bay, Warrnambool offers a relaxed seaside lifestyle in a cosmopolitan setting. The Warrnambool City Council is a municipality covering 120sqkm in south-west Victoria. It is home to over 35,000 people with aims of growing to 50,000 by 2035. The city has a $3 billion economy and is the centre for healthcare, education, sport, culture and professional services for a regional population of 120,000 people. Warrnambool offers a mix of seaside location, tourism and family appeal; the fresh sea air and relaxed attitude make for an enviable, healthy lifestyle. Significant employment sectors include health and social assistance (14.9 per cent of those employed), retail (13.7 per cent), manufacturing (10.3 per cent), education and training (9.1 per cent), construction (8.8 per cent), accommodation and food services (8.8 per cent). Tourism is another major driver of the city’s economy. Each year more than 700,000 people visit Warrnambool. Tertiary education providers Deakin University and South West TAFE have campuses in Warrnambool which, along with bringing students to the city, provide local people with opportunities to pursue education and vocational training without having to leave the region. Warrnambool City Council is also a major employer and provides a range of community services and also owns and manages community assets including the aquatic centre AquaZone, Warrnambool Art Gallery, Warrnambool Stadium, the Lighthouse Theatre, Surfside Holiday Park and major tourist attraction Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village.
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Government Agency
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Government
Geraldton, Western Australia
Located 424 kilometres north of Perth with a thriving population of over 41,000 – Greater Geraldton has been named one of Australia’s regional capitals. Greater Geraldton also incorporates the town of Mullewa which lies 98kms north east of the city and the Greenough settlement located 24kms south of Geraldton on the Brand Highway. With the best of coastal and rural living, Greater Geraldton has stunning weather all-year round. The City boasts a prosperous economy and a number of industries including mining, fishing, manufacturing, construction, retail and tourism. As one of Western Australia’s top places to live, work, study or invest, Geraldton is the capital of the Mid West. Geraldton’s coastline is a huge tourist attraction and it has a beautiful Foreshore to match. Other attractions include the iconic Point Moore lighthouse, the HMAS Sydney Memorial and the Houtman Abrolhos Islands which are located 60km off the coast of Geraldton. The City has a rich long-spanning heritage with much of that still preserved throughout the City.
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Government Agency
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Science

Data limited by 2021

Top 10 cited papers

#Paper TitlePaper AbstractAuthorsFields of StudyYearCitation Count
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War as a tourist attraction: the case of Vietnam
This paper considers the challenges involved in the presentation of war as a tourist attraction, using the example of recent conflicts in Vietnam and a particular site there to illustrate the issues which arise. It begins with a general discussion about war and tourism, and then moves on to examine the development of tourism in Vietnam and the place of wartime heritage. Various aproaches to interpretation are identified and the problems facing those responsible are highlighted. The dilemma is one of achieving a satisfactory balance between education and entertainment while providing an appropriate experience for visitors who come with different needs and expectations. Political circumstances represent an added complication. Copyright © 2000 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Sociology, Political Science
2000
115
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Research to Estimate and Manage Carrying Capacity of a Tourist Attraction: A Study of Alcatraz Island
Carrying capacity has been a long-standing issue in management of parks, outdoor recreation and tourism. Contemporary carrying capacity frameworks rely on formulation of indicators and standards of quality to define and manage carrying capacity. This paper describes a programme of research to support estimation and management of carrying capacity of Alcatraz Island, an historic site within Golden Gate National Recreation Area, California, USA, and a heavily visited tourist attraction. Research included: (1) a survey of visitors to Alcatraz Island to identify indicators and standards of quality for the visitor experience; and (2) development of a computer simulation model of visitor use to estimate maximum daily use levels without violating standards of quality. Study findings are used to estimate a range of carrying capacities for the prison cellhouse and for the island as a whole.
Sociology, Economics
2002
71
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Two Temples, Three Religions, and a Tourist Attraction Contesting Sacred Space on China's Ethnic Frontier
Huanglong (Yellow Dragon) in northwestern Sichuan province is an old multi ethnic pilgrimage site that has become a UNESCO World Nature Heritage Reserve and a major national tourist attraction sinc...
Sociology, Geography
2009
48
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Mines—A Tourist Attraction: Coal Mining in Industrial South Wales
There is considerable interest both across Europe and America concerning how to reprocess old mines and quarries workings. This article looks at the experiences of the tourism authorities in South Wales in setting up mines and industrial remains as tourist attractions and the key issues involved. The focus is on the Big Pit Mining Museum in Blaenafon, South Wales, which was conceived in 1979 and established in 1983. As a commercial tourist attraction, the museum was fated to struggle for its existence, but as time has passed and the memories of coal have diminished, so the mine has acquired a growing heritage value of its own, just like any antique item. Thus, in May 1999, it was agreed that the state-run National Museums and Galleries of Wales should absorb the museum to conserve it for posterity.
Sociology, Economics
2000
46
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User-Based Collaborative Filtering for Tourist Attraction Recommendations
A user-based tourist attraction recommender system is developed in this paper. The recommender system is constructed as an online application which is capable of generating a personalized list of preference attractions for the tourist. Modern technologies of classical recommender system, such as collaborative filtering are considered to be effectively adopted in the tourism domain. On the basis of collaborative filtering principle, the recommendation process of tourist attractions divided into three steps, representation of user (tourist) information, generation of neighbor users (tourists) and the generation of attraction recommendations. In order to calculate the similarities between each user, the Cosine method is adopted during the process of the generation of neighbors. And then the recommendations of attractions are generated according to the visiting history of the user's neighbors. In order to demonstrate the calculation process of the system, a case is demonstrated in detail.
Computer Science
2015
46
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A Novel Popular Tourist Attraction Discovering Approach Based on Geo-Tagged Social Media Big Data
In the big data era, the social media data that contain users’ geographical locations are growing explosively. These kinds of spatiotemporal data provide a new perspective for us to observe the human movement behavior. By mining such spatiotemporal data, we can incorporate the users’ collective wisdom, build novel services and bring convenience to people. Through spatial clustering of the original user locations, both the ‘natural’ boundaries and the human activity information of the tourist attractions are generated, which facilitate performing popularity analysis of tourist attractions and extracting the travelers’ spatio-temporal patterns or travel laws. On the one hand, the potential extracted knowledge could provide decision supports to the tourism management department in both tourism planning and resource development; on the other hand, the travel preferences are able to be extracted from the clustering-generated attractions, and thus, intelligent tourism recommendation services could be developed for the tourist to promote the realization of ‘smart tourism’. Hence, this paper proposes a new method for discovering popular tourist attractions, which extracts hotspots through integrating spatial clustering and text mining approaches. We carry out tourist attraction discovery experiments based on the Flickr geotagged images within the urban area of Beijing from 2005 to 2016. The results show that compared with the traditional DBSCAN method, this novel approach can distinguish adjacent high-density areas when discovering popular tourist attractions and has better adaptability in the case of an uneven density distribution. In addition, based on the finding results of scenic hotspots, this paper analyzes the popularity distribution laws of Beijing’s tourist attractions under different temporal and weather contexts.
Computer Science, Geography
2017
44
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Measuring the local employment impact of a tourist attraction: an empirical study.
JOHNSON P. and THOMAS B. (1990) Measuring the local employment impact of a tourist attraction: an empirical study, Reg. Studies 24, 395–403. A framework for estimating the local employment impact of a major tourist attraction in the North of England is presented. Direct employment occurs inside and outside the attraction as a result of final expenditure. The problem of identifying only that expenditure which is attributable to the attraction is confronted. Indirect employment, in the chain of suppliers to the direct activities, and induced employment from spending incomes generated in direct and indirect activity, are discussed and measured. Attention is focused on the diversion of demand and the loss of employment elsewhere and estimates of the net employment impact are provided. JOHNSON P. et THOMAS B. (1990) La mesure de l'effet-emploi local d'une attraction touristique: une atude empirique, Reg. Studies 24, 395–403. Une structure qui sert a estimer l'effet-emploi local d'un projet se voit preśenter, y...
Business, Economics
1989
25
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Multimodal Retrieval with Diversification and Relevance Feedback for Tourist Attraction Images
In this article, we present a novel framework that can produce a visual description of a tourist attraction by choosing the most diverse pictures from community-contributed datasets, which describe different details of the queried location. The main strength of the proposed approach is its flexibility that permits us to filter out non-relevant images and to obtain a reliable set of diverse and relevant images by first clustering similar images according to their textual descriptions and their visual content and then extracting images from different clusters according to a measure of the user’s credibility. Clustering is based on a two-step process, where textual descriptions are used first and the clusters are then refined according to the visual features. The degree of diversification can be further increased by exploiting users’ judgments on the results produced by the proposed algorithm through a novel approach, where users not only provide a relevance feedback but also a diversity feedback. Experimental results performed on the MediaEval 2015 “Retrieving Diverse Social Images” dataset show that the proposed framework can achieve very good performance both in the case of automatic retrieval of diverse images and in the case of the exploitation of the users’ feedback. The effectiveness of the proposed approach has been also confirmed by a small case study involving a number of real users.
Computer Science
2017
20
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The impact of the uses and gratifications of tourist attraction fan page
Purpose The fan page of social network site can be used as a platform for the tourist attractions to interact with their consumers. The purpose of this paper is to investigate how entertainment, informativeness, and socializing gratifications affect a user’s attitude toward a tourist attraction fan page in the context of smart tourism, on which scant research has been conducted so far. Design/methodology/approach The authors investigate how entertainment, information, and socialization gratifications affect a user’s attitude toward a tourist attraction fan page of Hong Kong youth in the context of smart tourism using structural equation modeling. Findings The authors show that three aspects of gratifications, i.e., entertainment, informativeness, and socializing, have significant impacts on a user’s attitude toward a tourist attraction fan page, which subsequently has an impact on intention to visit the attraction through a user’s attitude toward a tourist attraction developed through his/her attitude toward a fan page. Originality/value Scant research has been conducted to study how uses and gratifications affect a user’s attitude toward a tourist attraction fan page in the context of smart tourism. This research fills this research gap.
Sociology, Business, Computer Science
2018
20
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Enhancing the tourist attraction visiting process with gamification: key concepts
Abstract The main purpose of this paper is to describe key gamification techniques that can be applied to enhance the tourist attraction visiting process. The paper is based on the methodology of design patterns; particularly it adopts the definition and classification schemes originally proposed and developed in the context of gamification of work to specify gamification techniques related to various aspects of the tourist attraction visiting process. The main result is the selection of twelve gamification techniques for enhancing the tourist attraction visiting process, four for each of the three phases of the visiting process (before, during and after the visit). The paper shows that gamification techniques can be applied to enhance the tourist attraction visiting process. Implementation of the proposed gamification techniques is supposed to both improve visitor experience and give the tourist attraction managers a tool for boosting interest in less popular exhibitions and events.
Business, Computer Science
2017
16

Top 10 cited authors

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Use Cases

#TopicPaper TitleYearFields of studyCitationsUse CaseAuthors
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Tourist Attractions
Data‐driven inference of interactions among multiple tourist attractions for hourly demand forecasting
2022
0
hourly demand forecasting
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Tourist Attraction
Domestic Tourism Revitalization Policies According to the Satisfaction of Visitation with the Image of Tourist Attraction for Experiential Tourism
2021
0
experiential tourism
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Tourist Attractions
La promoción de atractivos turísticos para impulsar el desarrollo local en la ruralidad: caso parroquias rurales del cantón Portoviejo The promotion of tourist attractions to promote local development in rural areas: case of rural parishes of the Portoviejo canton “Erika
2021
0
promote local development in rural areas: case of rural parishes of the portoviejo canton “erika
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Tourist Attraction
Procurement of Uniform Facilities And Infrastructure as Tourist Attraction For The Keranggan Rural Tourism, South Tangerang City
2021
Business
0
the keranggan rural tourism, south tangerang city
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Tourist Attraction
A Case Study on Cultural Tourist Attraction for Cultural Urban Regeneration : Focusing on Yanedan Village
2020
0
cultural urban regeneration : focusing on yanedan village
6
Tourist Attraction
DEVELOPING OF PERFORMING ARTS AS A TOURIST ATTRACTION TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF TOURIST EXPERIENCES AT SAUNG ANGKLUNG UDJO
2020
Business
0
improve the quality of tourist experiences at saung angklung udjo
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Tourist Attraction
Structural Equation Model of Tourist Loyalty toward Dvaravati Civilization Tourist Attraction to be served as a Center of Western Creative Tourism
2020
Business
0
be served as a center of western creative tourism
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Tourist Attractions
TAPPING INTO THE UNSUNG POTENTIAL OF TOURIST ATTRACTIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT IN SELECTED MUNICIPALITIES IN UGANDA
2020
Economics, Geography
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development in selected municipalities in uganda
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Tourist Attraction
Temporal and Spatial Trend Analysis of Visitors and Tourist Attraction for Policy Suggestion on Advancement of Tourism Services: The Case Study of Gangneung City in South Korea
2019
0
policy suggestion on advancement of tourism services: the case study of gangneung city in south korea
10
Tourist Attractions
TOURIST ATTRACTIONS FOR CITY TOUR IN CIREBON CITY, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA
2017
Business
0
city tour in cirebon city, west java, indonesia

Case Studies

#TitleDescriptionPDFYearSource Ranking
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The Effect of Film Nostalgia on Visiting Tourist Attractions ...
by SM Moussavi · 2022 — Abstract. Introduction. The development of film and television entertainment has led to the rapid growth of film tourism in recent years (Tang, 2020).
yes
2022
1 450
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Do social media data indicate visits to tourist attractions? A ...
by H Liang · 2021 — The purpose of this paper is to explore this question. Design/methodology/approach – Popular tourism SMD sources in China, such as Ctrip, Weibo and.
yes
2021
370
3
Do social media data indicate visits to tourist attractions? A ...
by H Liang · 2021 — Do social media data indicate visits to tourist attractions? A case study of Shanghai, China - Author: Huilin Liang, Qingping Zhang.
no
2021
370
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Food self-sufficiency of tourist attraction site: a case study of ...
Oct 8, 2021 — This research adopted quantitative and qualita-. tive research methods. Data were collected by using questionnaires and semi-structured.
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2021
6 650
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Community participation tourist attraction development in ...
by DS Nugroho · 2020 · Cited by 1 — Community-based tourism is an evolutionary form of the concept of mass tourism. One of the primary keys to developing community-based tourism is community ...9 pages
yes
2020
0
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Mega Events and Crowd Evacuation at Tourist Attractions
Oct 25, 2020 — Mega Events and Crowd Evacuation at Tourist Attractions: A Case Study of Souq Waqif using Pedestride Crowd Simulation Tool ; Author, Abdelaal, ...
no
2020
250
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The London Eye as a Tourist Attraction Case Study - Ivypanda
Jul 12, 2020 — Dependability is a paramount element in customer satisfaction (Goel, 2008, p. 54). There is the dimension of flexibility in the performance ...
no
2020
160
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Theatre festival as a tourist attraction: a case ... - Emerald Insight
by G Gomez-Casero · 2020 · Cited by 2 — This study makes a segmentation of the tourists who attend the festival based on their motivations. Using this segmentation, the authors analyse ...
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2020
370
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Tourist Attraction Through Agricultural Way of Life, A Case ...
Oct 15, 2020 — Agro-tourism is a form of rural tourism that has actively developed in recent years. Tra Que vegetable village.
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2020
6 650
10
View of Self-guided Study in Cultural Tourist Attraction - ThaiJO
by N Suwannachang · 2020 — Got it! Return to Article Details Self-guided Study in Cultural Tourist Attraction: A Case Study of Wat Koh Community, Phetchaburi Province Download Download ...
no
2020
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Experts

Twitter

#NameDescriptionFollowersFollowingLocation
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Cadbury World
Official Twitter for #CadburyWorld Tourist Attraction in Birmingham, UK. Choc-full of fun! Call +44 121 393 6004, tweet us or visit our website
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Bournville, Birmingham
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DC FASHION WEEK
DC Fashion Week, establishing Washington as the center of International Fashion. Winner of 2018 Best of Washington Tourist Attraction.
58 800
2 019
Washington, DC
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The Alnwick Garden
Official account of The Alnwick Garden, Northumberland, UK. An extraordinary contemporary garden, tourist attraction and community charity.
20 637
1 012
Alnwick, Northumberland, UK
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Irish National Stud
The Irish National Stud combines an active role in the development and promotion of Irish bloodstock and as one of the country’s major tourist attractions.
18 900
1 680
Kildare, Ireland
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EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
Voted Europe's Leading Tourist Attraction 2019, 2020 & 2021. Now open! 📸 #EPICMuseum
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3 436
Dublin City, Ireland
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Science North
Bringing science and family fun together, we are Northern Ontario's most popular tourist attraction. We also operate Dynamic Earth, Home of the @Big_Nickel
9 585
2 118
Sudbury, ON, Canada
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CloudGuide
The global app to guide and engage visitors at museums, cultural heritage sites and tourist attractions.
8 058
1 889
Barcelona / Europe / US
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Roadside America
Guide to 15,000+ offbeat tourist attractions. Road trip tales, tools, website, books, GPS, mobile apps.
7 392
116
United States
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Serbian Life
About Serbs, Serbian culture, history, tradition, tourism... Promoting tourism, tourist attractions, destinations, sights and much more.
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392
Serbs from all over the world
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SpikeIslandCork
The Island Fortress built to defend an empire that became the largest prison in the world! Discover Sinners & Saints at Europe’s Leading Tourist Attraction 2017
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Cork, Ireland

Youtube Channels

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Sun, 11 Jan 2009
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United States
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Thu, 10 Nov 2016
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Fri, 18 Nov 2016
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Indonesia
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India
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i post video about Waterpark, Street View and Tourist Attraction
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United States
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World Ghoomo is promoting tourism. There are so many mesmerizing-breathtaking-scenic places that are untouched and not heard off . It is our aim to improve the available online information about such must visit places. Watch our travel videos, get inspired and World Ghoomo with us. Why World Ghoomo? -Watch a video and make your decision -Get a realistic idea about the ambiance, weather, culture, and people -Expect a detailed log, remember it is not an advertisement video -Be independent and better informed about the ins and outs of the destination -Details on the tourist attractions -Geographic locations, how to reach, how to travel, best hotels, and what to Thanks, Sarita & Kamal (Travel Influencers from Bangalore, India) For business inquiries : [email protected] FOLLOW us on INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/worldghoomo Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/worldghoomo
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India
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Hi guys, thank you for stopping by our channel. Here we try to create educational content in the fields like geography, tourism, history, biology and many more. One of our goals is to make videos describing different tourist attractions, so that before you visit them, you will already know a lot about these places. If you like our videos, subscribe to our channel and leave us a comment on what you'd want to see next.
Wed, 19 Apr 2017
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Romania
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Welcome to the Channel SEJAUH MATA MELIHAT TV at Walkers' TV. This channel is about the adventures of transportation in Indonesia and several selected tourist attractions in Indonesia. We will update every day. For endorsement submissions and other business cooperation, please DM (Direct message) on the Instagram account @Sejauh_Mata_Melihat_Transport. Don't forget to subscribe and press the bell button so you don't miss our updates. Thank you....!
Fri, 16 Nov 2012
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Indonesia
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復興庁の公式YouTubeチャンネルへようこそ。 東日本大震災の被災地の復興の状況や東北の魅力、風評対策に関する動画などを公開していきます。 ぜひご覧ください。 Welcome to the official YouTube channel of the Reconstruction Agency. We will upload various videos on the reconstruction and revitalization efforts in the area hit by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, and introduce to you tourist attractions and local specialties in the region.
Sun, 11 Oct 2020
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Japan
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大家好,我是Jordan Youtube副頻道「Jordan日常」 https://bit.ly/3hhOQDg 本頻道主要是介紹旅遊、住宿及美食景點,拍攝主題包括美食、親子景點、登山、健行、古蹟、自行車、度假村、飯店、賞花、看飛機… 如果你那邊有不錯的景點想介紹給大家,也歡迎留言或私訊給我哦! Jordan到處走粉絲頁 https://www.facebook.com/Jordan%E5%88%B0%E8%99%95%E8%B5%B0-454653552055113/ ------以上為我的破英文版------ Hello, this is Jordan I like to travel around not only myself but with my family. I like to take pictures not only for scenery but my kids. Through this channel , I would like to share all kinds of tourist attractions in Taiwan. If you want to share some tourist attraction , do not be shy to contact me. https://www.facebook.com/Jordan%E5%88%B0%E8%99%95%E8%B5%B0-454653552055113/ 商業配合聯絡方式: 1. FB粉絲專頁「Jordan到處走」私訊 2. E-mail:[email protected]
Tue, 28 Jul 2015
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Taiwan