Tourist Destination Essay

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In this assessment I would be analyzing the main tourist destination and generators of the world in the terms of visitor number and income generation and also be analaysing statistics to determine tourist destination. Development and predict future development will have analyzed explanation about culture, social and physical features of tourist destination. Explaining how they appeal to their tourists. In this assignment I will produce a report on tourist destination of United Kingdom and compare it with China. As well as compare what appeals the visitors like at a current leading tourist destination, and how they impact on world economy.

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