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SOUTHEAST ASIA. Topics. Regions History Climate Monsoons Volcanos & Earthquakes Tsunami Population Religion Culture Tourism Spending Sex Tourism Models od Development. Regions. Mainland Insular. History. 1 st BC – 7 th AD Mostly influenced by China and India

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Southeast asia

SOUTHEAST ASIA


Topics

Topics

  • Regions

  • History

  • Climate

    • Monsoons

    • Volcanos & Earthquakes

    • Tsunami

  • Population

  • Religion

  • Culture

  • Tourism

    • Spending

    • Sex Tourism

  • Models od Development


Regions

Regions

  • Mainland

  • Insular

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History

History

  • 1st BC – 7th AD

    • Mostly influenced by China and India

  • 10TH -15TH CENTURY

    • Islam supersedes Hinduism and

      Buddhism in most regions

  • 16th – 19th CENTURY

    • First the Portuguese, then the English and Dutch and then the French plant colonies and start trading, only Thailand stays autonomous

  • 20th CENTURY

    • Countries become more and more independent


Climate

Climate

  • Humid tropics

  • Diurnal climate

  • Temperature average between 26°C-28°C (10°C at night)


Monsoon

Monsoon


Volcanos earthquakes

Volcanos& Earthquakes

  • places where plates meet are regions of high volcanic activity and the danger of earthquakes is high


Tsunami

Tsunami

  • In 2004, 230.000 people died


Population

Population


Religion

Religion


Culture

Culture


Tourism

Tourism

  • 80 million foreign tourist arrivals

    • Expected 120 million in 2022

  • 8.7% of total employment (24.457.000 jobs)

    • 3.2 of direct employment (9.300.000 jobs)

      • Expected growth of 4.2%

  • 11% of the GDP(250bn USD)


Spending

Spending


Types of tourism

Types of Tourism

  • Backpacking

  • Eco-Tourism

  • Luxury Travel

  • Sex Tourism


Tourism sex tourism as poverty issue

TourismSex Tourism as poverty issue


Models of development

Models of development

Butler

Rostow


Thank you for listening

Thank you for listening!


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