Faster planes and cheape are making it easier than ever before for people to travel. In the most ‘developed’ societies, visiting places is a sought-after status symbol. The tourisma industries of both developed and developing countries have recognized this fact and are learning to take advantage of it.
There are, however, some problems associated with this new industry. Firstly, there is the increasing crime rate. Some locals see tourists as an easy prey because, not only are they in unfamiliar territory and therefore less able to take care of themselves, but also they carry visible items of wealth, such as cameras and jewelery which can be disposed of quickly for profit.
Another major problem is health. With greater mobility comes greater danger of spreading contagious diseases around the world. One carrier returning home could easily start an apeidemic before their illness wa siagnosed. Moreover, the emergence if many disesases which resist antibiotics is causing to be increasingly concerned about this issue.
Also be considered is the natural environment, which can be seriously threatened by too many visitors. Australia’s Great Barries Reef, for example, is in danger of being destroyed by tourists and there are plans to restrict visitors to some of the more delicate coral days.
These are just three of the reasons why any country should be wary of commiting itself to an extensive tourism development program.
It easily started an epidemic before their was diagnosed
It can be destroyed by too many visitors
The health problem will increase
They carry visible items of wealth
It can increase crime rate
Berdasarkan kalimat “Australia's Great Barrier Reef, for example, is in danger of being destroyed by tourists” yang terdapat pada kalimat ke-2 di paragraf ke-4, dapat diketahui bahwa hancurnya terumbu karang oleh turis adalah dampak dari banyaknya turis yang berkunjung akibat murah dan cepatnya pesawat sehingga pilihan jawaban (B) adalah yang paling tepat.
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