Personal values, quality of the tourism experience and destination attributes: The case of Chinese tourists in Egypt
Chinese tourists represent a tremendous potential for tourism destinations worldwide. Even though many researchers have examined the behavior of Chinese tourists, the relationship between personal values, quality of the tourism experience, and evaluation of destination attributes remains a fruitful area of research. This research explores these relationships using a sample of Chinese students visiting Egypt (n=135). Cluster analysis reveals the existence of three clusters, and each cluster had different ratings for the dimensions of the quality of the tourism experience and the various destination attributes. Academic and practical implications are also presented.
Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management
Social Sciences, Accounting, Business and International Management, Economics and Econometrics, Finance
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Yacout, Omneya Mokhtar and Hefny, Lamiaa, "Personal values, quality of the tourism experience and destination attributes: The case of Chinese tourists in Egypt" (2018). Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management. 1.