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ABSTRACT
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
1.1. Heritage tourism and sustainability: Theoretical issues
1.1.1. Definitions of heritage tourism
1.1.2. Heritage tourism and the issue of sustainability
1.2. Research problems
1.2.1. Tourism and its impacts: Empirical investigation required
1.2.2. Sustainable heritage tourism: An adaptive paradigm
1.3. Research objectives and questions
1.3.2. Tourist perceptions
1.3.3. Local perceptions
1.3.4. Expert perceptions and heritage management
1.4. Research methods and data collection
1.4.1. Data sampling
Table 1: Country of Residence
Table 2: Gender and Age of Tourists
Map 3: Zones in Angkor Park
Table 3: Number of villages and respondents
Table 4: Gender and Age of Local People
1.4.2. Data collection approach
1.5. Data analysis
1.6. Theoretical construction
1.7. Limitations of the study
1.8. The outline of the thesis
Introduction
2.1. General literature on tourism in Southeast Asia
2.1.1. Public and private partnership and tourism development
2.1.2. Tourism planning
2.1.3. Politics of tourism
2.1.4. Tourism and culture
2.1.7. Tourism management
2.2. Heritage tourism in Southeast Asia
2.2.1. Indonesia
2.2.2. Malaysia
2.2.3. Singapore
2.2.4. Thailand
2.2.5. Laos, Myanmar/Burma, Vietnam
2.2.6. The literature on heritage tourism in Cambodia
Conclusion
CHAPTER 3: RESEARCH SITE
3.1. Historical background to Angkor Park
Figure 2: Bas Relief
Map 4: Khmer Empire
3.2.1. Angkor heritage site
Figure 4: Angkorean Water System
3.2.2. The local natural landscape
Figure 5: Local natural landscape
3.2.3. Local communities
Figure 6: Local community
3.2.4. Physical infrastructure
Figure 7: Local roads
3.3. Preservation and conservation of heritages
CHAPTER 4: TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN CAMBODIA
4.1. The modern political and economic development of Cambodia: An overview
Table 7: Population estimates for Cambodia 1994 and 2004 by sex and age
Figure 8: Financing of the budget deficit
4.2. State, tourism and Cambodian identity
4.3. Tourism products and infrastructure
Table 8: Number of Hotel and Guesthouse
Table 10: Number of Travel Agencies and Tour Operators
4.4. Tourism promotion policies
4.5. Tourist arrivals in Cambodia
Table 12: Tourist arrivals to Cambodia from 1993-2007
4.6. Economic impact of tourism in Cambodia
4.7. Social impact of tourism in Cambodia
4.8. Tourism and cultural development
CHAPTER 5: TOURIST PERCEPTIONS
5.1. Tourist perceptions and motivations
5.2. Research method
5.3. Profile of respondents
Table 13: Have you been in the area before?
Table 14: Gender
Table 15: Age
Table 16: Highest level of education
5.4. Research findings
5.4.1. Tourist motivations
Table 18: Tourist motivations/purposes
Table 19: Describe current holiday
5.4.2. Tourist motivations and region
Table 20: Learn new things * Region Crosstabulation
Table 21: To be entertained * Region Crosstabulation
Table 22: Learn Local Culture and History * Region Crosstabulation
Table 23: Experience atmosphere * Region Crosstabulation
5.4. 3. Tourist motivations and its correlations with age and education
Table 24: Correlations: Tourist motivations with generation and age
5.4.4. Accommodation and duration of stay
Table 25: Accommodation
Table 26: Duration of stay
5.4.5. Trip arrangement
Table 27: Trip arrangement
5.4.6. Mode of traveling
Table 28: Mode of traveling
5.4.7. Tourist perceptions
Table 29: Tourist perceptions
5.4.8. Tourist motivations and perceptions
Table 31: Total Variance Explained
Table 32: Pattern Matrix(a)
Table 33: Component Score Coefficient Matrix
Table 34: Component Correlation Matrix
5.4.9. Tourist satisfaction
Table 35: How satisfied are you with your visits to this area
Table 36: Will you come back to visit Cambodia, Angkor
CHAPTER 6: LOCAL PERCEPTIONS
6.1. Research method
Table 38: Village names and number of respondents
6.2. Research findings
6.2.1. Respondents profiles
Table 39: Education between urban and rural area
6.2.2. Perceived socio-economic benefits
Table 42: Perceived socio-economic interests
Table 43: Tourism and local infrastructure development
6.2.3. Perceived socio-economic costs
Table 44: Perceived socio-economic costs
6.2.4. Community requests
Table 45: Community requests
6.3. Factor analysis and component correlation
Table 46: KMO and Bartlett's Test
Table 47: Total Variance Explained
Table 48: Pattern Matrix(a)
Table 49: Component Correlation Matrix
CHAPTER 7: EXPERT PERCEPTIONS
7.1. Power conflict: A challenge to Angkor heritage management
7.2. Carrying capacity issue
7.3. Over-commercialization
7.4. Intangible heritage management
7.5. Economic management
7.5.1. Tourism products development
7.5.2. Tourism infrastructure development
7.5.3. Visitor amenities and services
7.5.4. Business innovation
7.5.6. Foreign companies and imported products
Table 50: Number of owners of travel agencies by nationality from 2001-2007
7.6. Environmental management
7.7. Urban planning
7.8. Local participation
7.9. Stakeholders’ collaboration
7.10. Stakeholders’ perspective on sustainable tourism
CHAPTER 8: CONCLUSION
8.1. Methodological contributions
8.2. Theoretical contributions
8.3. Empirical contributions
8.4. Policy options
8.4.1. Increasing tourist experiences
8.4.2. Increasing local participation
8.4.3. Diversification of tourism products
8.4.4. Key stakeholders collaboration
8.5. Constructed theory on sustainable heritage tourism: Holistic approach
APPENDIX 1: VISITOR QUESTIONNAIRE
APPENDIX 2: LOCAL RESIDENTS QUESTIONNAIRE
APPENDIX 3: TEMPLES AND SITES
APPENDIX 4: HUN SEN’S SPEECHES
APPENDIX 5: FIELD WORK PHOTOS
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ANGKOR HERITAGE TOURISM AND THE ISSUES OF SUSTAINABILY

ANGKOR HERITAGE TOURISM AND THE ISSUES OF SUSTAINABILY

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