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  • 1. DISASTERS That led to regional fluctuations Darren Heng,Timothy,Junhao and Simon
  • 2. WHAT ARE DISASTERS?  Disasters are natural or man-made sudden accident that causes great damage to a place or loss of lifes.Examples or disasters include: Earthquakes Tsunami Etc.
  • 3. H OW T H E 2 0 0 4 I N D I A N O C E A N TSUNAMI AFFECTED TOURISM.  The Indian ocean affected tourism hugely as tourists now are scared to go near the Indian Ocean as they are afraid they will lose their lives when they go there.  It also affected tourism largely as many buildings such as casinos were destroyed. This way, people would be spending their money for no enjoyment as the country is in a disaster.
  • 4. FEEDBACK  Could have elaborated more about each disaster that was mentioned eg. Earthquakes and Tsunami. Just write a one liner to explanin what are EQ and TS.  Could have used stronger points to highlight why Tourists are afraid to visit the Indian Ocean. There would be many examples online about the tourism impacts, can use data such as statistics, tourism numbers or tourism expenditures to show how the disaster affected tourism.

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