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International tourism has become an extremely popular, global activity and become a thriving global industry with the power to shape developing countries in positive ways. While tourism is important economically, it is also benefit socially, politically, culturally and educationally. Therefore, tourism agencies, organizations and people interested in the tourism should find many ways to make the industry better.
The first way to develop the industry is to find and make the connection between travelers and local people. There is a new platform called Withlocals.com connects travelers with the local population directly in order to show tourists the real Vietnam. Local people can become guides who give tourists the authentic travel experiences, activities and anything such as food, beautiful sightseeing, etc. They even invite them to eat dinner with their family and this is the best experiences while you can eat local food and listen to their story about their country. For instance, we can take them to the local market to show them how the traditional Vietnamese buy food and buy the ingredients for a real home-made Pho or Banh Xeo, then take them to Cho Ben Thanh to shopping or show them the most beautiful view of Vietnam in Ha Long Bay. This is the most interesting things when you experiences real things and live their dalily life. According to Ronald Crooy, CTO of Withlocals said “The idea is to let poeple use their own skills and strengths. No one knows more about his or her community than a local! They are the experts of their area. Think about it, how amazing would it be to eat together with tourists your favorite hmoemade Banh Xeo and earn money at the same time?”. By becoming a guide, we are showing the tourists the cuture of Vietnam, how friendly and warm the Vietnamese people are.
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