Sport Event Tourism And Sustainable Development Perspectives In Danang City

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Trinh Thi Thu
Dinh The Toan


The growth in sport event tourism towards sustainable development has brought some desirable benefits in many destinations, however it can also contribute to over-tourism, which is disadvantageous. Relatively little research has been conducted on the sport event’s role in achieving sustainable tourism. The capacity, resources, innovation and engaging a range of key stakeholders, various ways in which events have been considered and operations as green ones. From secondary data sources, the paper explores contemporary challenges that Da Nang’s tourism industry acknowledges the importance of sport events, then concludes with an analysis of future research to formulate and implement tourism policies in sustainable tourism development.

Key words: Sport Event, Sustainable Tourism, Challenges, Da Nang City

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Sport Event Tourism And Sustainable Development Perspectives In Danang City. (2022). Journal On Tourism & Sustainability, 6(1).

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Sport Event Tourism And Sustainable Development Perspectives In Danang City. (2022). Journal On Tourism & Sustainability, 6(1).


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