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Implications of Tourism Seasonal Intensity for the Development of Ice and Snow Tourism in the South

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DOI: 10.23977/tmte.2022.050202 | Downloads: 16 | Views: 354

Author(s)

Hao Guan 1, Wanhong Li 1, Jiaxin Zhao 1, Yongmin Fan 1

Affiliation(s)

1 Shenzhen Tourism College, Shenzhen Campus, Jinan University, Shenzhen, China

Corresponding Author

Wanhong Li

ABSTRACT

Seasonality is an important factor affecting the development of tourist places. It is of great significance to explore the spatial and temporal distribution of seasonality and influencing factors of southern ice and snow tourism for seasonal regulation and operation optimization of tourist attractions. This paper takes the seasonal intensity index as a reference, takes Xiling Snow Mountain and Guangzhou Sunac Snow Park as typical representatives of outdoor and indoor for statistics and analysis, and puts forward relevant development suggestions to narrow the seasonal difference of passenger flow and promote the development of southern ice and snow tourism industry for the better.

KEYWORDS

Seasonal intensity, South, Snow and ice tourism

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Hao Guan, Wanhong Li, Jiaxin Zhao, Yongmin Fan, Implications of Tourism Seasonal Intensity for the Development of Ice and Snow Tourism in the South. Tourism Management and Technology Economy (2022) Vol. 5: 6-10. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/tmte.2022.050202.

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