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Geography - Tourists on Uluru and Angkor Wat Comparison

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This is a high scoring response (92%) where I compared the positive and negative impacts of mass tourism on Uluru and Angkor Wat.

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Provinces of Cambodia Siem Reap Province Asia Khmer Empire Angkor Uluru Siem Reap Cambodia Tourist attraction Impacts of tourism
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Provinces of Cambodia Siem Reap Province Asia Khmer Empire Angkor Uluru Siem Reap Cambodia Tourist attraction Impacts of tourism
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Uluru, located in the heart of the Australian outback is a sandstone rock formation which poses religious significance to that of the Pitjantjatjara Ananou people. Considered as the largest religious monument in the world, Angkor Wat is a complex of temples located in the Cambodian province of Siem Reap. Considering that the aforementioned tourist spots attract considerable number of people, they are bound to exert environmental, economic and socio-cultural impacts to their countries. These impacts, whether they may be negative or positive, can contribute into an assessment if the tourist attraction is sustainable or not. As defined by the Merriam Webster dictionary, sustainability is the “capability of being sustained; ...so that the resource is not depleted or permane...
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