Jacqueline: Bachelor of Tourism Management Student

Jacqueline: Bachelor of Tourism Management Student

I'm Jacqueline, I'm currently studying aBachelor of Tourism Management at Western Sydney University. I’m finding the Tourism Management degreereally interesting. I find the course is really interesting and the units. Everything I'vedone so far I can see how it all relates and connects together. Part of the School of Social Sciencesand Psychology I had the …

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90 French tourism experts visit Korea

90 French tourism experts visit Korea

A group of French tourism experts is takinga tour around Korea. to discover for themselves the best of Korean culture and tourism spotsthat they think would lure French tourists to Korea. Their visit follows the South Korean and French presidents' pledge last week to boost people-to-peopleexchanges between the two countries. Our Kim Hye-sung brings us …

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An Afternoon at Lovina Beach, Bali

An Afternoon at Lovina Beach, Bali

Novita: Yeah, save it, dear. Put it back into the sea, dear. The Boy: Yes. it is getting weak. Novita: Yeah, poor little fish. Novita: Come on, save the fish! Novita: Thank you! It's hot! It's sunny and I am in Lovina beach, 4 o'clock in the afternoon. With friends! Hi!!! I'm Lilik! I'm Anto! …

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Sociology and Tourism

Sociology and Tourism

Sociologists have shown a keen interest in tourism since the turn of the twenty-first century, when the focus of sociology expanded beyond the themes of work and labour to examine people’s leisure activities. Sociological inquiry into tourism has primarily been concerned with the role of tourism within modernity, found in the work of key theorists …

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Overview of Tourism in Thailand

Overview of Tourism in Thailand

Welcome to Thailand, one of the most popular tourism destinations in Southeast Asia. Thailand has seen an arrival of almost 30 million visitors in 2015 and is famous for its traditional architecture, Buddhist temples and royal history. These constitute one of the major cultural attractions of Thailand. Besides culture, Thailand is also famous for its …

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Help a Dane – Thailand

Help a Dane – Thailand

Honourable citizens of Thailand. Denmark needs your help. We Danes love your country. But there is a problem. The strong sun is harmful to our delicate skin,and every day a Dane dies from skin cancer. We know you have a lot on your plate,but we respectfully ask for your support. Help a Dane in the …

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Travel Professor – East Bali (Off the Beaten Track)

Travel Professor – East Bali (Off the Beaten Track)

In this episode I take a look at East Bali, a region off-the-beaten-track as most tourists come to Bali and stay in the south end of Bali around Kuta, Legian and Seminyak but about two or three hours away from the touristy spots, East Bali has some great scenery including lush forests, black sand beaches, …

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