Barrier-free Tourism for People with Disabilities in the Asian and Pacific Region
United Nations Publications, 2003 - Business & Economics - 114 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Access Guide access information accessible bathroom accessible facilities Accessible Japan accessible rooms accessible toilets accessible tourism Airlines airports areas Asia Asia-Pacific Asian Asian and Pacific assistance Australia Australian Tourist Commission barrier-free accommodation barrier-free tourism barrier-free travel built environment Cambodia China countries Darcy destination regions disabilities and older disabled persons disabled travellers economic ESCAP region example ﬂight French Polynesia governments Guidelines hearing impairments Hong Kong identified Indonesia infrastructure Internet issues Japan Le Meridian legislation lifts major market segment Mobility Maps N N N N N Y Narita Express National Tourism needs offer accessible older persons organizations Pacific region paratransit parking persons with disabilities programmes promoting public transport Q Accessible reﬂect requirements Singapore social Sydney Taxis Thailand tour operators tourism experience tourism industry tourism practice tourism service providers tourism sites travel and tourism travellers with disabilities Vanuatu Visitors wheelchair users World Tourism Organization Zealand
Page 104 - McGuire, FA 1984. A factor analytic study of leisure constraints in advanced adulthood.
Page 104 - Miles, M. 2000, Disability on a Different Model: glimpses of an Asian heritage.
Page 99 - ESCAP (2002): Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific 2002. New York.
Page 104 - Factors related to speed and accuracy of tactual discrimination, Journal of Experimental Psychology, 44, 283-287. Australian Standards, Standards Australia, 1992, Design for access and mobility, Part 4: Tactile ground surface indicators for the orientation of people with vision impairment.