homestay


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homestay

(ˈhəʊmˌsteɪ)
n
(Commerce) tourism esp US a period spent living as a guest in someone's home in a foreign country, or an arrangement to do this
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On our fourth day in Penang, Malaysia, we visited the very interesting Homestay Mengkuang Titi.
The students also will have a chance to learn about American society and culture by interacting with local high school students and through the homestay experience.
31 (ANI): A slum dweller family has imbibed the 'Atithi Devo Bhava' in full spirit as it proposed an idea of slum homestay in Mumbai.
The small village has been selected as a pilot project for the Homestay Village Development by the Ministry of Tourism.
Ban Mae Kampong began its homestay program in 2000, when the government started promoting ecotourism.
com)-- EduBoston is pleased to have been invited to participate in the Professional Development Conference for Homestay Managers in Toronto.
The view from the terrace at Carmen and Carlos' homestay, Havana 'EVERYONE wants to come to Cuba," says our guide, "before the Americans spoil it.
Tripvillas, founded by Roshan DSilva in early 2010, proposes holiday home and homestay reservations as opposed to hotels and resorts.
com to acquire their homestay businesses, the company said.
However, the homestay market is even more fragmented than hotels, and the potential is huge.
The Group will fully develop a diversified internet-based industry that encompasses homestay, urban apartment, eco-catering, local specialty and capital operation by leveraging on the development model of self-operated homestay under the brand names of the online "Zhong Jia Le Homestay Travel Web" and the offline "Another Village".
We field-tested this integrated multidimensional scale in the context of a homestay in Malaysia's Lenggong Valley.