Inside the reef there are about 2,500 various reefs of different sizes and shapes, and forms more than 900 islands, ranging from small sandy deposit massively huge vegetated structures of coral, to enormous mainland islands. All in all these scenes and seascapes give probably the most breath-taking oceanic landscape on the planet. The latitudinal and cross-rack contrast, added with special qualities through the insights of the water segment, consolidates a comprehensive astounding bunch of ecological gatherings, natural environment and different species. These various characteristics of species and organisms, and their inter dependency, makes the Great Barrier Reef one of the richest and most complex trademark organic frameworks on earth. There is no other World Heritage site that contains such varying biodiversity at a place.
FIVE GOOD REASONS TO VISIT PHILIPPINES. The Philippines is an archipelago in Southeast Asia made up of over 7000 islands. Apart from its urban sprawls, it is a country of outstanding beauty,super friendly people combined with rich history and cultural tradition. This exotic scattering of islands lures both local and international tourists to explore its many natural wonders. There are millions of reasons to come to Philippines, but the top five destinations which are definitely worth a visit are outlined below.
Located in the northeast of Honshu, Tohoku is the largest island of Japan, including 6 Prefectures: Aomori, Akita, Iwate, Miyagi, Yamagata and Fukushima. The Japanese are very proud of this land because it is not only scenic but also well preserves the traditional culture and customs that existed for a long time. It is also the combination of a colorful world of nature with many dazzling summer festivals. Hirosaki Castle was built on a hilltop of Hirosaki, Japan in the 17th century (1611). It is known as one of the most beautiful castles in Japan with fortified walls and the colorful surrounding areas.
Historically, Quanzhou Port become the world most famous port due to the jurisdiction over the four Bays, 5 Ports, and 16 operating areas. "The Travels of Marco Polo" believe that the Quanzhou port can be par with the Port of Arizona, or even more ambitious. Before the Song Dynasty As early as the Southern Dynasties in the 6th century, Kushinagar, the Indian monk was twice to Quanzhou Jiu
The ornamental fish sector is a widespread and global component of international trade, fisheries, aquaculture and development. Marine ornamental fishes are one of the most popular attractions world-wide. The marine ornamental fish has increased a thrust among aquarists due to their multitudinous color and gorgeousness. The marine ornamental fish trade is a rapidly growing sector that relies almost exclusively on the collection of these animals from coral reef ecosystem. In Taiwan, about 260 ornamental fish farms—mostly in southern Taiwan—producing over 300 species, including medium and high-priced varieties such as bloody parrot as well as American and African cichlids.
This sector was projected to account for nearly 24 percent of the GDP in 2011 (WRI, 2011). Burke and Maidens (2004) in their book pointed out that coral reefs “supply much of the sand for the region’s beautiful beaches and lure divers and snorkelers…to come and explore the reefs’ colorful and mysterious depths” (p. 55). This provides a valid case that coral reefs play a fundamental role in the Caribbean’s thriving tourism industry, including that of Montego Bay, Jamaica. Jamaica’s white coralline beaches signify a main draw for international holidaymakers, and hence provide a critically important contribution to Jamaica’s economy. One of the best ways to highlight the economic contributions of coral reefs to Jamaica’s economy is through the analysis of the dive tourism sector.
1 Introduction Hong Kong is a popular destination in Asia and the world as well; there are many things that attracted tourism when they visited here. Hong Kong has known good place to shopping, mice and casino. According to my research Hong Kong has 5,455,371 people visited in 2014 that is 17,8% more compared to 2013 (HKTB Insight & Research, 2014). Total tourism expenditure was 343.1 billion HK dollars and most of them from shopping inbound because almost tourism to Hong Kong with personal purpose that is shopping (Hong Kong Tourism Board, 2014). Therefore, to develop tourism in Hong Kong while to balance between preservation and sustainability tourism prosperity, it is essential to understand its exclusive geographical features and accurately
Malaysia has an extensive variety of tourist attractions. The sheer diversity of tourist destinations is bewildering. These include the city of Kuala Lumpur, tropical island of Langkawi, frontier slope stations of Genting and Cameron Highlands, various pristine beaches, National Parks, and the world 's most established tropical rainforests. Malaysia has the capability of catering to tourist of each tone and it genuinely lives up to its tag line of Malaysia Truly Asia. Cameron Highlands is the smallest area in Pahang which is situated in the north-western corner of the state.
The palace gives ample opportunities to spot flamingos and variety of migratory birds to the bird watchers. The sight will captivate your heart and soul, when the palace gets illuminated with thousands of flood lights reflecting on the waters of the lake. http://www.jaipurcityblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/jalmahal.jpg Amer Fort Amer Fort or Amber Fort is a grand fortress, located 10km outside the Pink City. Constructed by Raja Man Singh in 1592, Amer Fort is the most famed forts and an oldest structure of Rajasthan. A Complete blend of Hindu-Muslim architectural style, the fort is built in red sandstone and marble.
Tioman Island is one of the most popular islands in Malaysia; the island is very popular among the tourists who come to Malaysia. Tioman Island is located 32 kilometers (20 miles) off the east coast of the state, and is some 20 kilometers (12 miles) long and 12 kilometers (7.5 miles) wide, it has eight main villages, the largest and most populous being Kampung Tekek in the north. The densely forested island is sparsely inhabited, and is surrounded by numerous coral reefs, making it a popular scuba diving spot. There are also a lot of resorts and chalets around the island which has duty-free status. Tioman 's corals have been affected by a mass bleaching event in 2010 whereby the island lost a significant portion of its live coral cover.