ANALYSIS THE DETERMINANTS INFLUENCING SOUTH-EAST ASIA AS TOURISM DESTINATION: EUROPEAN VIEW

Anna Antonyová

Abstract


The study focuses on conditions of development the destination tourism that is based on the research of the random sampling of management students. The research addresses not only the motivation of potential tourists, but also other aspects, such as economic, that may affect decision of Europeans for traveling to South-East Asia destination. What techniques are useful might also be influenced by the fact how the management students, whether as future tourism providers or participants in tourism, are informed and have their views on spending leisure time. The article provides results, which were processed using the mathematical and statistical methods.  

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tourism, South-East Asia, conditions, destination

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