during the two world wars, the world's international tourism revenue is growing rapidly, so statistically the urgent need for a more precise definition. An international forum held in 1936, the State Statistics Committee of Experts for Union first proposed the "foreign tourists to leave their place of habitual residence to another country travel at least 24 hours or more people. 1945, the United Nations (instead of the original coalition of countries) recognized this definition, but increased the limit of "maximum residence time of not more than six month.
In the 1967 Geneva Conference, the United Nations Statistical Commission proposal should establish a separate class of tourists. The tourists want to stay at least 24 hours, however, some tourists sightseeing on the same day to return to the place of residence, these people are called "short-term travelers (Excursionists)", and such visitors, including day trips to employment for the purpose of , cruise ship passengers and transit visitors. Short-term travelers is easily distinguished from other tourist areas, because they are not destination overnight.
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