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Indonesian Favorite Destinations: Antecedent and Consequence Destination Experience

Nuryanti Taufik, Faizal Haris Eko Prabowo
2020 Jurnal Manajemen Teori dan Terapan | Journal of Theory and Applied Management  
The purpose of this study is to develop a model in the tourism industry by analyzing tourist behavior in returning visits to a tourist destination.  ...  The analytical tool used in this study is Structure Equation Modeling with AMOS 23.0 software.  ...  The dominance of the number of male respondents is due to the more frequent men to travel because it is easier for men to go outside the destination in terms of safety and income.  ... 
doi:10.20473/jmtt.v13i3.21239 fatcat:g7qa5yfhp5delnawbfi2k3t3vy

Destination Branding: Insights and Practices from Destination Management Organizations

Carmen Blain, Stuart E. Levy, J. R. Brent Ritchie
2005 Journal of Travel Research  
Although the concept of branding has been applied extensively to products and services, tourism destination branding is a relatively recent phenomenon.  ...  In particular, destination branding remains narrowly defined to many practitioners in destination management organizations (DMOs) and is not well represented in the tourism literature.  ...  mark or other graphic that both identifies and differentiates the destination; furthermore, it conveys the promise of a memorable travel experience that is uniquely associated with the destination; it  ... 
doi:10.1177/0047287505274646 fatcat:faoedj54njcdjbuj7armgupjsy

Destination Brand and Travel Behavior: Testing the Effects of Destination Image and Destination Personality

Mohamed Obaid
2014 Journal of Association of Arab Universities for Tourism and Hospitality  
The best model that describe the relation between destination brand and travel behavior was validated when destination personality play a mediating role between destination image and behavioral intentions  ...  on both purchase intentions and word-of-mouth intentions, there is no evidence supported the effects of affective image on behavior intentions.  ...  mark or other graphic that readily identifies and differentiates a destination; (2) consistently convey the expectation of a memorable travel experience that is uniquely associated with the destination  ... 
doi:10.21608/jaauth.2014.57555 fatcat:xo3p2qmttzfszecjnw5ilmatu4

Conceptualising technology enhanced destination experiences

Barbara Neuhofer, Dimitrios Buhalis, Adele Ladkin
2012 Journal of Destination Marketing & Management  
The notion of creating rich and memorable experiences for consumers constitutes a prevalent concept in the tourism industry.  ...  The aim is to explore technology as a source of innovation to co-create enhanced destination experiences.  ...  The pre-travel phase is crucial as tourists explore, seek inspiration and interact with the destination.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jdmm.2012.08.001 fatcat:nfv5mwo6pjfjzgaje7cis72h4q

Tourist destination marketing: From sustainability myopia to memorable experiences

Paul Hanna, Xavier Font, Caroline Scarles, Clare Weeden, Charlotte Harrison
2018 Journal of Destination Marketing & Management  
purchase and consumption of the travel experience (that happens to be sustainable) they can expect at their chosen destination.  ...  This study explores the way in which consumers interpret and process the marketing and communication of sustainable forms of tourism in destinations, in order to inform policy makers about the appropriateness  ...  The focus on evoking emotions is an important factor in the creation of a memorable experience and is often associated with our senses and the significance of sensual experiences.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jdmm.2017.10.002 fatcat:5max5kojcfe7za3i477xaplimi

Destination Enhancers Influencing Tourism Demand

Prof N Oosthuizen, Dr D Ferreira
2019 African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure  
Understanding why people travel, how they go about selecting their holiday destination and why one country is preferred to the other, is vital to the continued success of the tourism industry.  ...  A quantitative research design was utilised, where a survey was conducted among 400 outbound South African travellers. One set of hypotheses was constructed based on the literature review.  ...  The general infrastructure of a destination is well managed to prevent visitors from developing a negatively memorable experience.  ... 
doaj:de1bdeb62411463c87988708a5fa7db9 fatcat:jonh7q3xwnh4xlly66xctwmnvy

Destination Sustainability and Memorable Tourism Experiences

Miguel Ángel Moliner-Tena, Diego Monferrer-Tirado, Juan Bautista Ferreres-Bonfill, Rosa M. Rodríguez-Artola
2021 Sustainability  
The objective of this paper is to study the relationship between memorable tourism experiences and destination sustainability.  ...  The results show that destination environmental sustainability influences the memorable tourism experience, though significant differences between rural and sun and beach destinations have been detected  ...  Conflicts of Interest: There is no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su132111996 fatcat:g7pfmczunbdhpbj56wsegpun3i

DESTINATION STUDIES – An Institution

Sayak Ghosh
2018 The Academic Research Community Publication  
The prime capital for tourism; as a tourist has a destination whereas a traveler does not.  ...  So, pertaining to education and tourism, I shall focus on destination studies.It would be better to admit that tourism is the most special segment of human geography.  ...  CULTURAL TOURISM AND EMPLOYMENT Since the institution -Destination Studies is a special aspect of Travel & Tourism and thereby of the Human Geography, so it is not only a utility factor of the industry  ... 
doi:10.21625/archive.v2i2.243 fatcat:rfchkusqhjhinnc5sy2pea6bhu

Visual Identity Components Of Tourist Destination

Petra Barisic, Zrinka Blazevic
2014 Zenodo  
Moreover, the paper shows how respondents perceive each component of Croatia's visual identity. According to study, logo is the most important, followed by the name and slogan.  ...  In the world of modern communications, visual identity has predominant influence on the overall success of tourist destinations, but despite of these, the problem of designing thriving tourist destination  ...  The relevant question is where, when and how visual identity may be attained.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1093818 fatcat:nanvsv4vzvd5lbx3fq5nr6gmna

Antecedents of destination brand experience

Miska Irani Tarigan, Faculty of Economic and Business, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan, Indonesia, Arlina Nurbaity Lubis, Endang Sulistya Rini, Beby Karina Fawzeea Sembiring, Faculty of Economic and Business, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan, Indonesia, Faculty of Economic and Business, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan, Indonesia, Faculty of Economic and Business, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan, Indonesia
2020 Journal of Sustainable Tourism and Entrepreneurship  
Purpose: The tourism sector is the leading sector for Indonesia's foreign exchange earnings.  ...  Results: The study results should add to the Tourist Self-expression as a new precursor to the destination brand experience.  ...  Acknowledgement The author is grateful to the Ministry of Research and Technology/National Research and Innovation Agency (Kemenristek/BRIN) of Indonesia for the tremendous support for the 2020 fiscal  ... 
doi:10.35912/joste.v1i4.428 fatcat:hxfxha5habgshckknpfchfbiiq

Importance-Performance Analysis of Ski Destinations in Sweden – Comparison between Two Destinations

Anna Sörensson
2017 Marketing i Zarządzanie  
At the destinations, tourists are co-creators of value and it is therefore important to take their opinions into account.  ...  It is not only important for the tourists with the ski experience but also other attractions and offers at the destination that contribute to the overall experience.  ...  The destinations also have different segments shown by tourists' travel companions where Vemdalen has a larger amount of families (76%) compared to Åre (41%). 76% travel with families to Vemdalen, meanwhile  ... 
doi:10.18276/miz.2017.50-04 fatcat:edfi2aerhjd6tcwermjuetbpmu

COMMUNICATING LITHUANIA'S DESTINATION BRANDING

Živilė Sederevičiūtė-Pačiauskienė, Karolina Katinaitė
2020 Mokslas: Lietuvos Ateitis  
Specifically, the research analysed the destination branding campaign "Lithuania.  ...  The red, green and yellow of the flag demonstrate a visual uniqueness and act as signifiers for the country as a whole, and this is what tourists would like to see.  ...  The paper reflects only the views of the authors. The European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained herein.  ... 
doi:10.3846/mla.2020.12542 fatcat:kqq2hiir4fdz5lafeqdbf6mjay

Destination brand positions of a competitive set of near-home destinations

Steven Pike
2009 Tourism Management  
The purpose of this paper is to report the results of an investigation of brand equity tracking for a competitive set of destinations in Queensland, Australia between 2003 and 2007.  ...  A key implication of the results was the finding that there was no change in brand positions for any of the five destinations over the four year period.  ...  differentiates a destination; that (2) consistently convey the expectation of a memorable travel experience that is uniquely associated with the destination; that (3) serve to consolidate and reinforce  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tourman.2008.12.007 fatcat:jyvdjjte6ngtxa5riyqtm4bqau

Impact of Travel Destination on Tourist Behavior

Ghadir Al-Sheebani, Gulbahar Abdallah
2021 International Journal of Research Publications  
The purpose of this research paper is to explore the impact of a travel destination on tourist behaviour. The research focused on Qatari tourists visiting New York City.  ...  In addition to the points mentioned, the image of a destination for Qatari tourists is mainly impacted by media and word-of-mouth.  ...  Part of travel experience is Memorable Travel Experience which has four key dimensions as explained by Tang & Ritchie (2011) .  ... 
doi:10.47119/ijrp1008711020212365 fatcat:h5ife53ycbg6df43iatj5aky4e

How Experiences With Cultural Attractions Affect Destination Image and Destination Loyalty

Dwi Suhartanto, Michael D. Clemes, Nono Wibisono
2018 Tourism, Culture & Communication  
Further, experience quality is a significant driver of tourist satisfaction, the image of the destination, and tourist loyalty towards the destination.  ...  This research is designed to close this gap by empirically analyzing the effect of the cultural attraction experience on tourist satisfaction, destination image, and loyalty toward the destination.  ...  the destination where the attraction is located.  ... 
doi:10.3727/109830418x15319363084463 fatcat:6mdq2rh3evhahbjzgevc2k24ky
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