Real writing in 30/5/2015
Many people believe that international tourism is a bad thing for their country. What are the reasons? Solutions to change negative attitudes?
Undeniably, tourism, AN INDUSTRY WITHOUT CHIMNEY, has brought economic benefits to host destinations from travel – related services. However, there is a mounting concern that worldwide travel may lead to degradation in local environment and SOCIAL UNRESTS when many crowds of foreign backpackers flock to a host nation. In my opinion, this concern is not quite groundless.
Indeed, pollution caused by travelling globally can be seen in plenty of well-known natural sites. Take, for example, Mississippi, which is the second largest river of the North America. Apart from a rise in harmful chemical nutrients, another reason as to why this river is heavily contaminated is due to the increasing number of OUTBOUND TOURISTS. When visiting here, many would intend to illegally exploit its ecological traits for individual benefits and thereby ruining the beauty of this site. The other negative impacts might be traffic congestion and sex trade. As a SEASONAL INDUSTRY, foreign traveller numbers often increase dramatically on special festivals causing traffic jam in main routes. Sexual demand, though just human instinct, may also result in such social evils as HUMAN TRAFFICKING or sex crime all over the globe.
To alleviate these problems, there is a recommendation that governmental bodies should strictly penalize visitors who BREACH ENVIRONMENTAL RULES. From my perspective, this solution, however, seems not to be ingenious because tourists might think we are not at all hospitable. Instead of this, the locals should instruct them how to keep host nations’ surroundings healthy. Also, building more public transport to reduce traffic jam and LEGALIZING RED-LIGHT DISTRICTS exclusively for foreigners are well worth referential solutions.
In conclusion, like other key sectors, international tourism may contribute to a decline in the quality of local life. Therefore, municipal and central authorities need to co-operate mutually for SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT.
TỪ VỰNG NỔI BẬT:
-An industry without chimney: Ngành công nghiệp không khói. Đây là tên gọi khác của ngành du lịch vì bản thân ngành du lịch khác với nhiều ngành nghề khác là nó không trực tiếp sản xuất ra hàng hóa ( không khói ) mà là cung cấp các dịch vụ du lịch
-Social unrests: Những bất ổn về mặt xã hội
-Outbound tourists: Khách du lịch nước ngoài
-Seasonal industry: Công nghiệp du lịch theo mùa
-Human trafficking : Tê nạn buôn người
-Breach environmental rules: Vi phạm luật môi trường
-Legalize red-light districts: Hợp thức hóa những khu đèn đỏ
-Sustainable tourism development: Phát triển du lịch bền vững
THÔNG TIN BÊN LỀ:
-Người viết: Xuân Hưng
-Số lượng chữ: 295
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By Xuan Hung-https://www.facebook.com/ChinhphucIELTScungMr.Hung/