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Year: 2014
Inlay Lake and the surrounding hills, the "Inlay Lake Region", form one of Myanmar's top four flagship tourism destinations, having received at least 250,000 visitor arrivals over the 2013‐14 season
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Year: 2010
The Mountain Institute (TMI) received a one-year grant from the Tourism Cares for Tomorrow to partially support specific activities of the “Sacred Sites in the Khumbu Region of Nepal” Project in and around Mount Everest (Sagarmatha in local language) which started in September 2007
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Year: 2009
Development of tourism in this region needs rural-urban development linkages
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Year: 2009
Enhancing and diversifying livelihood options in the mountain regions need attention in the wake of framing an integral strategy for coping with physical hazards and food insecurity
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Year: 2009
Nepal's performance on the economic development front since turn of the century has lagged behind that of the other South Asian economies
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Year: 2009
Mountains are among the regions most sensitive to climate change
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Year: 2008
Approaches to tourism intervention are changing
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Year: 2008
The authors explore the extent to which visitor experiences and management preferences vary between the most heavily used places in wilderness and places that are less popular
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Year: 2008
This publication was made possible through the EC-Asia Invest funded Marketing Assistance to Nepal for Sustainable Tourism Products (MAST-Nepal) project
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Year: 2008
With its close connections to the environment and climate itself, tourism is considered to be a vulnerable and highly climate-sensitive economic sector, similar to agriculture, insurance, energy, and transportation
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