Tourism- Good or bad?
Tourism industries are quick on the rise; they are one of the strongest supporting subjects under the economic category. Such industries are not only available among first world countries; it is also involved in developing countries like: Philippines, Africa, Russia and other nations that are yet to be established. Tourism may cause a country to advance in various opportunities depending on the ways it was achieved. However, abusing tourism industries for personal desires may result in corruption or embarrassment to the country.
The first thought of tourism that comes to mind is “good”. The majority of people’s perspectives on tourism are usually entertainment, travelling and a favourite holiday hobby. Yes, it is agreeable to this notion due to the evidences and facts that are provided around the world. Tourism industries not only collect income payment for the country, but also offer foreigners and locals job occasions for employment. For example: hotel managers, tour guides, and accountants. Through time, if the country has stabilised its human population, they could focus and aim for new goals like technologies, improving their politics status and others. Tourism can introduce many different ways of improvement towards a country but if there is this good a side of anything, then surely there’ll be another side as bad as everything.
Usually disadvantages can’t be realized with a naked eye or mind. Due to the basic fact of money being a more prominent factor. One unfortunate event that attaches towards tourism is the environment. The environment is the worst victim because of the ongoing factories producing the needs in the industries every day, including aeroplane fuels, car fuels, bus fuels, boat fuels which is a routine activity for tourism. Negativity will also affect the country’s image immensely. Therefore, isn’t it hard to decide between if it’s worth it or not?