Sustainable Tourism Development & Tourism Marketing 2011 (icstdtm2011)

Venue: Hotel Marsyandagi, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal

Location: Kathmandu, Bagmati, Nepal

Event Date/Time: Aug 02, 2011 End Date/Time: Aug 03, 2011
Registration Date: Jul 15, 2011
Early Registration Date: Jun 15, 2011
Abstract Submission Date: May 15, 2011
Paper Submission Date: Jun 15, 2011
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The twenty-first century has brought new challenges for tourism. Climate change, infectious diseases, economic crises, terrorism, globalisation, and entrenched social problems pose threats and create an uncertain tourism environment that affects destinations and their populations in virtually every corner of the contemporary world. To keep pace with these challenges, governments, businesses, communities, and tourism organisations need to continuously assess environmental factors, to identify future trends and to examine various response policies and management techniques to decrease risk and uncertainty

This ICSTDTM 2011 international conference will embrace significant sub-themes relating to Sustainable Tourism Development , Tourism Marketing and Opportunities of Toursim in Global . The conference will bring together scholars, professionals and practitioners from various disciplines and countries and provide them with a unique forum for sharing the latest theories and practices.

The conference program proudly features accomplished experts from around the world that will exchange views on the latest industry buzz topics ranging from economic sustainability, hotel design, culture and media to technology, branding concepts and conference tourism.

The current economics issues have highlighted the importance of sustainability and heralds the end of the system on which modern society has been organised in the past. It also indicates the dawn of a new era with a more natural use of materials and energy. The scenario is set for a different type of society, one in which these conditions converge; planning and occupation of space; the material and cultural landscape being considered as resources and a suitable amount of leisure time becoming available.

The landscape is to be enjoyed is both the natural and cultural one. There are natural landscapes in the world which will require a higher degree of protection. Biodiversity should be cherished and the object of our constant attention. The cultural landscape will blend with this vision creating a process for constant education and knowledge production.


P.O.Box : 8975, EPC : 5029, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Additional Information

early registration fee $380 Late registration fee $400-$500