Cultural Heritage tourism such as visiting Prambanan temple can be bundled with educational tourism in the form of making ATBM such as striated woven cloth (Non-Machine Weaving Equipment), water tourism, or the Sugar museum which is still operating (Gondang Winangun). The location is inside the sugar factory. Based on observations and interviews with the department of tourist destination management, the government is very serious in developing tourist attractions. This is evidenced by the many tourist attractions which a few years ago were still in the form of potential now becoming a developing and advanced touristattraction. The touristattraction that is owned by the government is an asset that can be used to find local revenue. Each local government can determine fees according to the target that must be achieved.This has caused retribution to enjoy almost the same touristattraction, but the price is different. Pricing price bundling must be careful, because tourists with available information can choose the same touristattraction at a cheaper price. For now the government only determines retribution rates, price bundling is carried out by travel agents, who offer tour packages to tourists. Creative and innovative strategies must not stop and must be planned in the long run (Fang, Sun, & Gao, 2017). The development of tourist attractions must be different from tourist attractions in other areas. One example of the development of tourist attractions is the emergence of aero sport tourism which has been launched in Semarang Regency and is ready to bring tourists from foreign countries. This sport requires special locations such as valleys or mountains. Therefore not all locations can be used for aero sports tourism.
The researches on the empowerment of tourism-based local economy have been widely conducted. Some of these researches are: 1) Sukmana (2010) concludes that the development pattern of flower tourist village in Batu City tourist area in Malang is a good concept model in community empowerment program based on potential and local value. The program is able to increase the attractiveness of the Tourism Destination Area (TDA) in supporting the development program of Batu City as a tourism city; 2) the research results of Wijayanti et al. (2008) conclude that the demand for recreation in the area of Mount Salak Endah Bogor regency is more affected by travel cost, distance, family income, education level factors, and information factor that the tourists know the existence of touristattraction.
Tourists can find tourism information on blogs, forums, websites of points of interest etc. However, information overflow can occur on the internet as there is still a lack of focus on the use of recommender technology in the tourism field. During a trip, tourists need to be able to obtain tour information in a timely manner whenever there are any changes in their planned trip. Recommendation of tour information is vital for users, for the recommendation system to succeed; it must be able to provide tourism information based on the user’s preferences and current location. There is also increasing demand for more information on local area attractions, such as local food, shopping spots, places of interest and so on during the tour. The goal of this research is to propose a suitable recommendation method for use in a Recommendation System Based on TouristAttraction to provide personalized tourism information to its users. The objectives of this study are:
Nigeria is a country greatly endowed. It is blessed with warm, sundry climate, over 800 kilometers of fascinating beaches and evergreen vegetation in the South, while in the North, alluring landforms overshadows savannah grasslands. Added to these are the interesting natural features in form of waterfalls, springs, hills, some mountainous areas with temperate like climate and a range of special and common species of tropical wildlife. These, coupled with wide market opportunities, diverse socio- cultural heritage that gives the nation its uniqueness and the hospitality of the 140 million people earn Nigeria the sobriquet, Giant of Africa. It is almost impossible to deny Nigeria its pride of place amongst the richly endowed potential tourist destinations in the world. These tourist destinations spread across states in the country and one of these internationally recognized touristattraction sites can be found in Ekiti State of Nigeria.
This paper focuses on tourism-related opinion mining, including tourism-related opinion detection and tourist-attraction target identification. The experimental data are blog articles labeled as being in the domestic tourism category in a blogspace. Annotators were asked to annotate the opinion polarity and the opinion target for every sentence. Different strategies and features have been proposed to identify opinion targets, including touristattraction keywords, coreferential expressions, tourism-related opinion words, and a 2-level classifier. We used machine learning methods to train classifiers for tourism-related opinion mining. A retraining mechanism is proposed to obtain the system decisions of preceding sentences. The precision and recall scores of tourism-related opinion detection were 55.98% and 59.30%, respectively, and the scores of touristattraction target identification among known tourism-related opinionated sentences were 90.06% and 89.91%, respectively. The overall precision and recall scores were 51.30% and 54.21%, respectively.
The quantitative methodologies are utilized in this investigation to discover the visitor insterst components of the Buyan Tamblingan Area. The utilization of hypotheses and ideas related goals to figure the methodology with the goal that the quantity of voyagers who visit Buyan Tamblingan Area and the Ethics of Nature-based TouristAttraction Planning can be resolved. This examination was directed in Buyan Tamblingan Area, and was planned utilizing research overview that including 238 vacationers as respondents. The respondents were chosen purposively when they visit Buyan Tamblingan Area. Explomatory factor examination methods are utilized to investigate a wide scope of goal fascination factors that normal to deliver a few predominant factors. Factor investigation is done through the different stages that characterize various factors comparing to inquire about issues, at that point decide the ampleness of the respondent, and afterward factor examination with pivot of elements, gathering factor, at that point the naming component suitable portrayal of the variable constituent, and the last stage is decide factor model precision (Utama and Mahadewi, 2012).
Various development processes and maturing tourism in Malaysia are carried out for example by the existence of Project River of Life. Rivers are an important part of tin mining transportation. The arrival of the Klang River that we know today has been a bad sight for years, underestimated because of its muddy and toxic water and excessive accumulation of garbage, especially because of its location in the heart of a densely populated city whose residents are not reluctant to use their waters as trash bins. It is also vulnerable to flash floods caused by erosion of the surrounding soil Efforts have been made for years to clean it up, with little or no real success, until now. Seeing the potential of what is known as a possible "most exploited underground natural asset" in Kuala Lumpur, the River of Life project has been identified as an Entry Point Project in the Kuala Lumpur / Klang Valley (NKEA) National Key Economic Zone under the Transformation Program Economy (Segaren, 2015). Project River of Life is one of the first projects under the economic transformation program for Greater Kuala Lumpur, aiming to transform the Gombak River and Klang River into a dynamic and livable waterfront icon through three main components, namely river cleaning, river removal as a touristattraction and land development.
In addition to any costs outlined above the initial and all subsequent applicants for TouristAttraction Logo Signs shall pay a non-refundable annual fee of $1,200.00. Said fee must be paid on or before the first day of June each year. Any applicant’s failure to pay said fee by the first day in June will result in the removal of his/her logo panel from the attraction sign. However, MassDOT - Highway Division will allow all future initial applicants to recover their installation costs by waiving the annual fee in a pro-rated fashion. For example, a business that installs two four panel logo signs at a cost of $13,000 would have the annual fee of $1,200 waived for ten years and ten months. Initial applicants will be required to provide MassDOT - Highway Division with invoices from their sign contractor verifying the cost of fabrication and installation of the signs.
no longer charged to each individuals of krama desa pekraman, but were financed from pekraman village cash funds obtained from the results of tourism management. The application of the principle of nature conservation can also be seen from the existence of environmental arrangements by making village parks, garden yards and parks around Batuan Village Temple. In addition, zoning is carried out to accommodate several functions of Batuan Village Temple, namely as a religious sanctuary, cultural heritage conservation site, and as a touristattraction. The application of the principles of nature conservation, especially zoning, supports the application of the principle of social cultural conservation in the management of tourism in Batuan Village.
Doijedee Mountain touristattraction, Teparak District, Na- khon Ratchasima Province faced the similar problem on the decrease of the biodiversity. Regarding the results of the ques- tionnaire from 30 respondents whose residence is in Doijedee, it was found that locals harvested the medical plants at 62.2 percent and 48.7 percent thought that their behaviors affected the decrease in biodiversity. Doijedee Mountain is the eco- touristattraction that has variety of biodiversity. The area cov- ers 5700 Rai and it is approximately 320 meters above the sea level (Local Administration Organization Office of Bungprue, 2006). The area was categorized into 3 types: highland, moder- ate land and plateau. A variety of plants were found i.e. Shorea siamensis Miq., S. obtusa Wall, wild orchid, fern and medicinal
The potential of tourism in Lombok Island is spread in almost every district. The unique characteristics and distinctive became one touristattraction of Lombok Island. This makes the Lombok Island has tour packages ranging from the coast, mountains, art and culture, architecture, crafts, food, until modern recreation such as shopping, and vacation in the small islands around the island of Lombok. One touristattraction on the Lombok Island is the Waterfall in Village of Senaru of District of Bayan of North Lombok Regency province. The area has three waterfalls in one place, namely Sendang Gile, Tiu Kelep and Batara lajang. Waterfall in Village of Senaru offers attractions such as the beautiful and natural waterfall.
In recent years, with the improvement of people's material living standards, more and more people begin to pursue a higher quality of spiritual life [1-2]. Tourist attractions have become an important place for people to pursue spiritual life . In order to meet the needs of people's happy mood, many scenic spots have added a large number of exciting projects, among which the slide project is one of them [4-5]. However, due to construction quality or management problems, slide accidents also occur from time to time. Therefore, before the slide project is put into operation, it is of great significance to analyze the structural safety and reliability for the normal and safe operation of the slide.
system makes Cosine method. System will consider and scan only that particular data set using Collaborative filtering, it first identifies the highest count characteristic from the group of characteristics, then identifies the place preferred by those respective tourist then recommends the highly counted places. Tourist priyanka has been identified tourist places and recommended place is A3, A4on her Area of interest.
Abstract: The most visited tourist attractions in South Africa are the political heritage sites of memorisation of the struggle against apartheid and are regarded as the main symbols of the new post-1994 national identity. Building on the rise of African consciousness known as the African Renaissance and Pan- Africanism, the paper explores the possibility that these famous tourist sites are equally representative of the newly emerging Pan-African identity. The study builds on extensive literature on the African Renaissance movement, the concepts of national and Pan-African identity, and on two dimensions of constructive authenticity, cognitive (learning) and affective (feeling). This mixed-method study explores the differences in the way domestic and African tourists construct the authenticity of their experience of the site. The results of data triangulation confirm the main assumption of this paper that the country’s most iconic places of struggle against apartheid are not only representative of the new South African national identity but of newly emerging Pan-African identity too. The findings are valuable for site managers, who should include the Pan African narrative into interpretation and presentation of the sites, and government, who should promote the South African political heritage sites as unique Pan African tourist attractions for the African market. Keywords: Pan-Africanism; cultural heritage; apartheid; South Africa; constructive authenticity
Abstract—Tourism has become the world's largest economy industry. More and more people share their travelogues on travel websites. Recommender system is an effective tool to provide travel services for tourists. In this paper, we present a personalized neighbourhood-based recommendation using Cosine method to recommend cities. This is a fundamental problem whose solution supports other tourism recommendations. To address these challenges, we develop a package generation in a simplified way. We present a system for personalized city recommendation that takes into account the user preferences for cities and the attractions. The proposed solution is based on Collaborative Filtering that relies only on past user behaviour (e.g., the cities each user has visited and liked) and does not assume explicit profiles. We propose a Cosine Method to generate new travel packages to improve the overall recommendation effectiveness. First we generate recommendation process, then generation of neighbours, finally generation of recommendation based on the area of interest and the visiting history of tourist neighbour.
sandy foreshore. Apart from enjoying the afternoon breeze, a walk down the Marina will take every tourist through some of the well-preserved colonial buildings of Chennai. One can start with the Senate hall, University library, Chepauk palace (erected by the Nawab of Carnatic), Presidency college, Ice House, and Queen Mary's college. 115 The Ice House derives its name from the fact that it was actually used to store ice imported from America during the second half of the 1840s. 7 Situated on the beach, the Anna and MGR Samadhis (squares) are memorials for popular former chief ministers of the state. They attract thousands of
However, in one of the houses, visited, the first floor is kitchen. The second floor is the toilet. The rooms in the third floor have bathrooms. They have spaces for everything; space for ceremonies such as weddings and burial ceremonies. There are also deep well in there which serves as source of drinking water. They have a shrine where adherents of folk religion, Buddhist and Taoist do worship their gods. The religious practices of Hakka people are therefore, almost identical to those of other Han Chinese. Ancestor veneration is the primary form of religious expression and so Lee Wei Ling says, and I nearly broke down, but I won't break down. I am a Hakka woman. So, farewell, Papa. I will miss you. Rest in peace and... Be as tough as Hakkas come (Lee, 2015). More evidences of ancestral reverence among Hakka people abound in the following statements: In order to maintain ethnic identity and attachment, the Hakka people have adopted such strategies as amending pedigrees, combining clan organizations and building ancestral temples (Zhou, 2007). Moreover, ancestral worship is important to Hakka culture, with highly sophisticated sacrificial ceremonies and rituals being regularly practiced (Winnie, 2012). There was also market for all their needs and a pit toilet which according to our tourist guard, has never been filled with human excreta.
the rising number of Punjabi settlers. Canada and UK are presently known as Mini- Punjab and there is developing impact of Punjabi Culture in these areas whether it's identifying with music or nourishment. Punjabi sustenance is savoured by NRI's as well as even the outsiders. The popularity of Punjabi Food is growing leaps and bounds because of the rising number of Punjabi immigrants. This paper highlights the potential of food tourism in Patiala. A mixed approach of descriptive and exploratory research in which convenient-cum-judgment quota sampling has been used to collect the data. Key Words: Food, Tourist, Patiala
There are several opinions regarding the collection of several products (Product Mix) produced by various companies where the functions and forms of service are different from each other. Weaver and Oppermann (2005) suggest that tourism products can be defined as a combination of TouristAttraction and Tourist Industry. TouristAttraction is the general and specific features of a destination that attracts tourists, which include Natural, such as natural scenery, ocean views, beautiful beaches, mountains, caves, and Culture, such as museums, old buildings, historical heritage monuments. Whereas Tourist Industry is a business activity that provides goods and services in whole or in large part for tourist consumption, including Travel Agencies, Transportation, Accommodation, Food, and BeverageOutlets, Tour Operators, and Merchandise. Travel Agencies are business activities that provide retail travel services to customers on behalf of other tourism industry