Student Poster Presentation
Research has been done in the area of international tourist attractions but less around domestic tourists’ destination choice behavior, especially among new immigrants. This paper explores the domestic destination choice behavior of relatively new immigrants of Bangladeshi-origin, i.e. those who have lived in Canada with permanent residency or citizenship status. Little is known about how this community chooses their destinations or what attracts them to particular locations within the new country of residence. Knowledge of their attitudes will assist Canadian policy makers and tourist businesses in tailoring their offerings to the preferences of this community.