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Some people believe that to protect local culture tourism should be banned in some areas whereas others think that change is inevitable and banning tourism will have no benefits.



Some people argue that tourism should be prohibited in some sectors to safeguard local custom while others say that altering is unavoidable and there are no advantages when forbidding them. In my opinion, although there are some appropriate reasons to prohibit tourism, I believe there is no need to stop this indispensable industry by virtue of its merits to the locals.

On the one hand, a school of thought reckons if people are barred from travelling, there might be less devastating impacts on the local cultural assets and the local environment. First and foremost, if there is no tourism, heritage sites may not be severely damaged by human hand. A number of common inappropriate conducts of holidaymakers such as illegal graffiti result in the degradation of historic monuments which residents always try to conserve. Secondly, the regulations to stop visiting locations can help the environment of these places be cleaner and fresher. Recent research illustrates that a massive flux of tourists is synonymous with an increase in litte, which leads to some grave consequences namely water contamination and air pollution.

On the other hand, I believe that tourism is not the only reason leading to the deterioration in local culture but it also brings inhabitants some upsides. The first reason is that forbidding this industry might not prevent the local culture from altering, for example, the degradation of ancient monuments. To be specific, climate and weather are also the contributors which makes these heritages on the brink of collapse. Besides, banning tourism is limiting cultural development because this industry plays a big role in developing countries. The revenue from visitors can be utilised to invest in maintaining the local culture so prohibiting tourím may result in the gradual disappearance of customs and famous sites of the areas.

In conclusion, despite some positive impacts when preventing people from travelling, I believe it is better for the locals to maintain tourism to develop their cultures.

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Some people argue that tourism should be prohibited in some sectors (wrong word) to safeguard local custom while others say that altering (wrong word) is unavoidable and there are no advantages when forbidding to forbid them. In my opinion, although there are some appropriate reasons to prohibit tourism, I believe there is no need to stop this indispensable industry by virtue of its merits to the local people. locals.

On the one hand, a school of thought reckons holds the opinion that if people are barred from travelling, there might be less devastating impacts on the local cultural assets (wrong word) and the local environment. (off-topic) First and foremost, if there is no tourism, heritage sites may will not be severely damaged by human hand. A number of common Inappropriate conduct conducts (conduct is non-count) of outsiders holidaymakers such as marking buildings with illegal graffiti result in the degradation of historic monuments which residents the local people always try to conserve. Secondly, the regulations to stop visiting locations can help the environment of these places be cleaner and fresher. Recent research illustrates that a massive flux of tourists is synonymous with an increase in litte, which leads to some grave consequences namely water contamination and air pollution.

Much of this paragraph is off-topic. The subject is the impact on local customs and traditions. It did not mention the environment. If you want a good mark, you must focus only on the topic. Instead of going off topic, give an example of some culture in your own country that should be preserved. Culture is language, religious beliefs, traditional holidays, clothing styles, food, occupations, music, rituals, and stories from history.

On the other hand, I believe that (Do not write your opinions in the body paragraphs. The body paragraphs are supporting your opinion, stated in the first paragraph.) tourism is not the only reason leading to the deterioration in local culture, there are others. And but it also brings inhabitants some undeniable benefits. upsides. The first reason is that forbidding this industry might not prevent the local culture from changing. altering, for example, the degradation of ancient monuments. To be specific, the natural forces of climate and weather are also the contributors to the degradation of ancient monuments. which makes these heritages on the brink of collapse. Besides, banning tourism is limiting cultural development because this industry plays a big role in developing countries. The revenue from visitors can be utilised to invest invested in maintaining the local culture so prohibiting tourím may result in the gradual disappearance of customs and famous sites of these areas.

In conclusion, despite some positive impacts when preventing people from travelling, I believe it is better for the locals to maintain tourism to develop their cultures.

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Can you recommend another idea for my first body paragraph because I find it difficult to have ideas for this topic =(((

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Read my comment: Culture is language, religious beliefs, traditional holidays, clothing styles, food, occupations, music, rituals, and stories from history

When the young children or even teenagers of local parents see European and American tourists with cameras, cell phones, modern clothing and speaking a different language, what is their impression?