The two maps show an island before and after the construction of renovations for
tourists. It is seen that a lot of new tourist-related amenities have been constructed, such as hotels, restaurants, swimming pools, etc., without having a significant negative impact on the environment.
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On the island, before the amenities were built, there were only trees and a beach,
and most of the areas were deserted. In the After map, many new tourist
amenities have been built on this island, including lodging options, restaurants,
reception areas, boat piers, bathing areas on the beaches, and more. It’s interesting to note that no plants or trees were destroyed in the construction of
these structures, and the majority of them were built close to the shore.
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In addition, commuter roads and sidewalks have been constructed to aid tourists. The motor tracks were designed to travel to the restaurant, reception area, and pier for boating, while the walkways were made to travel between the residential areas and the beach.
In conclusion, no plants or trees were cut during the building because it was done
primarily to make it easier for tourists to stay, visit, and have fun.