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Positive Impact of Tourism on Economy

Positive Impact of Tourism on Economy

Tourism and its positive impact on the overall economy has always been a vital part of any country, providing jobs for people who live in places like tourist destinations and providing them with an opportunity to enjoy the surroundings of different countries. Not only does tourism create employment but it also contributes greatly to GDP growth, provides people with better healthcare services, helps strengthen trade relations and creates positive brand awareness.

In these days’ modern world, there are many kinds of ways of making tourists visit local and international attractions and exploring the cultures, history and traditions of various countries. In addition to the simple approach of paying for accommodation, visitors can pay for food, souvenirs, and other souvenir goods, such as coffee cups, etc. At some point these products will be consumed by locals and thus help encourage their economy. Apart from this, tourist companies provide tour operators, travel agents, tour groups, hotels, and other organizations. The main purpose of these businesses is to attract tourists and turn them into buyers, generating income for these enterprises and making money for society. For this, they receive revenue from their customers.

It isn’t just about having visitors visiting your world. It’s about creating a unique experience for guests. As for example, you might want to visit one of Iceland’s most famous sites; Svalbard, you can find yourself surrounded by Icelandic polar bears, whale sharks or seals. You can create something special and unique like that. By showing tourists around the world, you make sure that they’ll visit your place. And the same thing can be done here in Bangladesh. That’s what all we want! To show all the beautiful places in the whole world to our visitors in order to make them feel the magic of that place. After all this, they can return home and spend more time by themselves and their families. When travelling back home is considered as another form of “work”. No wonder the market of travelling agencies and tourists’ business is growing really fast. Every day, more and more people are going to start looking for travel opportunities around the globe, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic. Many countries have started developing tourist policies. Most of which are focused on maintaining a high standard of hygiene during the tourism period and trying to keep tourists safe from the virus. Especially after the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic, such measures became essential. Tourists can still get access to these facilities but only in limited states in which they’re staying temporarily. They get to enjoy the attractions during those times however the safety of this environment is not guaranteed. This situation is why it’s important to take precautions for this situation. We all need to do our best to protect ourselves and others from this new threat that we’ve faced. Be alert, stay away from crowded areas, keep hand washing stations at the airport, and bring masks everywhere in public places like restaurants, grocery stores, and public parks. So, let’s go on doing our best to save the world and bring people together again.

Nowadays there are so many possibilities of tourism. From cities and islands to beaches and forests, mountains and valleys. It may seem that each place is different; however this is far from true. Each country has a certain culture and a certain atmosphere. If you’ve ever visited India, then you must have seen the different types of cultural heritage that every city has. Even if you’re coming to Bangladesh now, you’ve surely come across such sights. You might think that this is impossible because they don’t belong to Bangladesh yet, but no! What I mean here is that you can see the same things in both places. Why? Because all places are unique, everyone knows the way a place looks like. If you see some buildings, some landscapes, a particular landscape, there’s something in common between these two places. Yes, this is called “visiting”. So, you really shouldn’t worry about any difference between these two things. Travelling to Dhaka, to Bishnupur, to Jati Umrah is exactly the same thing as travelling to Europe but with different scenery. Just visit the major ones first.

To conclude everything, it’s worth saying that a huge amount of efforts are being put to make visitors’ lives comfortable. So, in response to these actions, the industry has become quite dynamic. People like to be proud of where we came from and that you’re here. Also, the number of tourists going to Bangladesh is increasing every year, as all of us; of course, want to see our beautiful country. Nowadays, even those that didn’t have a passion to travel don’t fear to do it now! Don’t hesitate! Take that vacation! Go with open eyes, you’ll love it and return home with lots of fond memories of this lovely country!

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