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Tourist Attraction


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Tourist Attraction

  1. 1. • a place of interest where tourists visit, typically for its inherent or exhibited cultural value, historical significance, natural or built beauty, or amusement opportunities. • also created to capitalize on legends such as a supposed UFO crash site near Roswell, New Mexico and the alleged Loch Ness monster sightings in Scotland. Ghost sightings also make tourist attractions.
  2. 2. • historical places • monuments • zoos •National parks and forests • aquaria • theme parks and carnivals • Museums and art galleries • living history museums • botanical gardens •Ethnic enclave communities • buildings and structures (e.g., castles, libraries, form •historic trains er prisons, skyscrapers, bri •cultural events dges)
  3. 3. A natural attraction is one that has been created by nature A geographic or geological feature that attracts tourist. It include mountains, beaches, climate features such as sunshine and pure air.
  4. 4. Place which is made by man for tourist attraction it can be historically building or architectural interest such as Fort Santiago, holiday camps or “theme parks” such as Disneyland.
  5. 5. Site attraction is one in which the destination itself has appeal In may be a country, a geographical region such as the Alps, a city, a resort such as Boracay
  6. 6. One in which tourist are drawn to the destination solely because of what is taking place there. It include congresses, exhibition, festival such as Ati-atihan Festival and sport events such as the Olympic Games.