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TH1703 Review for the Preliminary Period
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This is an essential requirement for tourism that shows that as the hours for leisure increases, so does the opportunity for travel.
This is an essential requirement for tourism that shows that the majority of travel requires discretionary income.
This is an essential requirement for tourism that refers to the access to transportation (car, bus, plane, train, or ship) and the hours required to get to a destination.
This is an essential requirement for tourism that is the reason why people travel.
This form of tourism involves residents of the given country traveling only within this country.
This form of tourism involves nonresidents traveling to a given country.
This form of tourism involves residents traveling to another country.
This form of tourism comprises of domestic and inbound tourism.
This form of tourism comprises of domestic and outbound tourism.
This form of tourism consists of inbound and outbound tourism.
This refers to a traveler taking a trip to a main destination outside his/her usual environment, for less than a year, for any main purpose (business, leisure, or other personal purpose) other than to be employed by a resident entity in the country or place visited.
This refers to a person who stays at least one (1) night in a collective or private accommodation in the country visited.
International Same-Day Visitor
This is a visitor who does not spend the night in a collective or private accommodation in the country visited.
This refers to any resident of the Philippines who travels to a place in the Philippines other than his usual place of environment for a period not more than 365 days for any reason other than following an occupation remunerated at the place visited.
This person stays at least one (1) night and not more than 365 days in a collective or private accommodation in a place visited.
Domestic Same-Day Visitor
This is a domestic visitor who does not spend even a night in a collective or private accommodation at the place of visit.
This consists of the elements of a trip and what a person does on the way to his/her destination and when staying there.
This refers to the activity of travelers.
This is the travel by a person from the time of departure from his usual residence until he/she returns.
It refers to a social, cultural, and economic phenomenon related to the movement of people to places outside their usual place of residence, pleasure being the usual motivation.
During this time, the Sumerians (Babylonians) invented money and developed trading around the beginning of 4000 BCE, which marked the beginning of modern era travel.
During this time, the pharaohs took advantage of good building stone in the Nile valley to build burial tombs and they included the Step Pyramid od Djoser, the Sphinx, the three (3) great pyramids at Giza, and the Abusir pyramid complex.
During this time, the wheel led to the development of heavy wagon drawn by teams of oxen or onagers.
The Silk Road
During this time, the majority of states on the silk routes traded with their nearer neighbors, and travelers were like participants in a relay race stretching a third of the way around the world.
The Classical World
During this time, people come together every four (4) years to honor Zeus through athletic competitions.
During this time, the installation of a democratic government in Ephesus by Alexander the Great took place and 700,000 tourists would crowd the city in a single season to be entertained by the acrobats, animal acts, jugglers, magicians, and prostitutes who filled the streets.
During this time, the Greeks followed the Phoenicians in becoming great sea traders and their improved ships accelerated a flourishing Mediterranean trade.
During this time, Trevor Sofield stated that the Emperors of China had ministers for travel 4,000 years ago - well before imperial Rome and Herodotus.
During this time, small dugout canoes that are not over 40 feet in length were used for voyages.
During this time, the collapse of the Roman Empire in the fourth and fifth centuries spelled disaster for pleasure travel and tourism in Europe.
The Grand Tour
During this time, diplomats, businesspeople, and scholars travelled to Europe for the purpose of educational experience degenerating into simple pursuit of pleasure.
During this time, early travel was on foot or on horseback, but travel by small boat or canoe provided access to the interior of the country.
These are commercial enterprises that are in business for profit maximization as their primary aim.
This refers to companies or organizations that provide food, beverages, and/or accommodation to their guests.
This is the medium for the actual movement of travelers, which is categorized as air, water, road, and rail
These are the destinations and facilities visited by tourists.
These are also known as 'middlemen' which act as links between the customer and the supplier.
This include holiday makers, business travelers, and those visiting friends and relatives.
It consists of airlines, cruise and ferry companies, coach/bus companies, railways, hotels and motels, and car rental agencies.
Other Private Sector Facilitators
These are companies that offer travel-related services such as travel insurance, foreign exchange, credit cards, retail shops and restaurants, travel publications, and internet solution provider.
These refer to government departments and some public tourism organizations that provide a wide range of services in order to promote or to encourage tourism development of a destination.
Plan and Facilitate Tourism
It is the government's role wherein they devise policies and plans for development.
Control and Supervision of Tourism
It is the government's role wherein they prevent undesirable growth, maintain quality standards, help match supply and demand, and protect tourists against industrial malpractice of failure through refusal or granting of permission in planning, control of the export currency, and supervision of the tourism industry.
Direct Ownership of Components of the Tourism Industry
It is the government's role wherein they own some parks, airlines and airports, galleries, museums, historic sites, streets, highways and railways, buses, harbors and ferries, subways, hotels, resorts, swimming pools, golf course, and even liquor stores which are used to facilitate the development of the tourism industry.
Promote Tourism to Home and Overseas Markets
It is the government's role wherein they produce and distribute maps, charts, and tourism literature, operate information centers, advertise, organize sales promotion and public relations activities directed at home and overseas markets.
These are organizations that are involved in tourism policy planning, control, and education.