Effects of Government Policies on Travel and Tourism.
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Effects of Government Policies on Travel and Tourism
Bhutan Monarchy with a special treaty relationship with IndiaThey have a King that governs the kingdom but have very close ties with IndiaBhutans economy and therefore tourism sector have strict policies
Bhutaneconomic program takes into account the government's desire to protect the country's environment and cultural traditions encourages visits by upscale, environmentally conscientious tourists They only allow a certain number of tourist in to visit their country per year. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAJN1w01vac
Myanmar (formerly Burma) run by a military junta or dictatorship soldiers and the military take control of everything - even tourist money military can control all of the proceeds and profits that tourist use in tourist money deters a lot of people from traveling to this country. Progress is being made: rules have relaxed after a reform
Vietnam communist state the country has a terrible economy because of damage and debt from warIn 1986, they opened up the country to foreign investment In 2008, over 4.2 million people visited Vietnam - a country once closed off to the rest of the world
China communist state like Vietnam After World War II, the Communists imposed strict controls over the everyday lives of its citizens After 1978, Deng Xiaoping and other leaders focused on market-oriented economic development living standards have improved dramatically
Chinaroom for personal choice has expanded political controls remain tight Tourism levels have skyrocketed with China the 3rd most popular tourist destination with 57.7 million tourists in 2012https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCRZcg665zM