The Analysis of the Conjugated Influential Factors on Leisure Tourism Development in China

Hongmei DONG, Man-ping HOU, Yan-li ZHOU


The market share of leisure tourism occupying the total tourism figures becomes more and more big. Leisure tourism has huge development prospects in China. In the paper the conception of leisure tourism is explored and the reason of Chinese leisure tourism development is briefly analyzed. The formation and sustainable development of leisure tourism is based on many factors. Those factors include economy, traffic,life fashion,consumption psychology, education and culture, age and sex, and so on. Those factors are necessary and adequate conditions for leisure tourism development and restrict collectively and form conjugated influence to leisure tourism development,also have active and negative twofold function. Key word: Leisure tourism; Conception; Conjugated influential factors

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