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Wine tourism has emerged as a strong and growing area of special-interest tourism in ‘New World’ wine countries in particular, and represents an increasingly significant component of the regional and rural tourism products of these countries. The development of wine routes throughout Europe,...
In the face of a highly competitive environment, it has long been considered important for a hotel to formulate a marketing competition strategy, strengthen corporate operations and upgrade quality of service. In formulating competition strategies, one must first measure the comparative...
This study is based on a sample of 281 who responded to a questionnaire about the possibility of establishing a Pacific Island Business and Cultural Centre, and their perception of Auckland as a Polynesian City. It is thought that for the Centre to be viable it must become established as a...
This paper examines the role of international boundaries as perceived barriers to tourism. Borders that divide similar cultural groups and where few safety issues exist are the focus of this study. Qualitative data were gathered from visitors at the International Peace Garden on the USA–Canada...
This research explored the criteria that reviewers use in reviewing empirical manuscripts submitted for publication consideration in tourism, travel and hospitality journals. Forty-three reviewers were asked to state the key areas that they look at when reviewing a manuscript. The Nud.ist...
This paper is concerned with international tourism and the Islamic religion, using the example of Malaysia as a case study to illustrate the problems and opportunities which arise when the two come into contact. Some general observations are made about the difficulties of the relationship, and...
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