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Thailand/Bangko. Explain how different factors impact on travel to a selected worldwide destination

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´╗┐Unit 8: Worldwide Holiday Destinations: Merit 2 / Sharon Explain how different factors impact on travel to a selected worldwide destination Thailand/Bangkok: As we know that the countries like Bangkok have a too broadly culture which it is attractive to foreigners and the activities held in the city are really interesting. Therefore people are travelling to see the Asian culture so it is a different compared to your living country and in my view I think this is why people love to travel Thailand/Bangkok. Because, they want to see the different architecture and landscaping in Thailand, also for example; Tourist who travels from state in America where the winters are very cold would love to escape to Thailand and enjoy the warmer climate. But, there are some reasons why I choose here. The first of all as we know Thailand, is a beautiful country and the millions of tourists visit each year but there is ...read more.


The monsoon rains can also make major impact on tourists by discourage them to come any more because of monsoons so this will lead to decrease the visitor numbers by a number of different ways such as; when flights delayed, closed hotels, lack of transport system and the most important one is the rains can leads to lack of communication. Additionally, I did not mention before but there is some important factors as well E.g. Media, News, Internet. For example last year in summer was flooding in Bangkok and we know this from the media sources such as TV, Internet and Newspapers. These media sources can impact people?s ideas about the place they might think of. This means that the media can influence people from both sides such as good or bad way. So this is an important factor for people who travel in terms of knowledge. ...read more.


Actually, the Vietnam War (Americans) drove Thai women`s to this situation because the real boost to Thailand's prostitution occurred during the Vietnam War. Also, the lack of social security programs for women?s plays a big role in this country. The Thai government desperately needs to develop programs for educating women and men in skills that make them productive members of society. Overall, so why did so many men come to Thailand? They came simply because they knew the cost of living was low, the exchange rate was favourable, the people were friendly, and the conditions were favourable. Thailand is still the most visited country in Southeast Asia, but it attracts the attention of some people even a small amount due to its level of prostitution. Each year, more than eight million foreigners visit Thailand, and who come because they are interested in its history, culture and seeing its remarkable beauty. Enes Baki ...read more.

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