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Ielts Speaking part 3 Travel

Câu trả lời mẫu Ielts Speaking part 3 Travel – Holiday Topic

– Cháu có nghĩ rằng người khác cũng thích unusual vacation như vậy không?.

=> I’m not sure because everyone has their own travel style. Some are seeking leisure and relaxation while others are in search of adventure. However, I believe sustainable tourism or responsible tourism is the future of this industry as people are becoming increasingly aware of environment protection.
– Người VN.có đủ ngày nghỉ để relax hay ko?

=> Currently, there are 6 public holidays in Vietnam with 10 days in total. I think they are not sufficient. Vietnamese economy is growing steadily, leading to an increase of disposable income and higher tourism spending. People are working harder than ever and they also want to spend more time on vacations or simply with their family. I think a few more days should be added so that people have enough time for recreation and maintaining a healthy work/life balance.

– Ở việt nam người ta thường đi du lịch ở đâu?.

Unlike in many countries where people prefer off-the-beaten-track adventures, a majority of Vietnamese travellers are only interested in sightseeing or relaxation. Beach resorts are extremely popular in Vietnam and coastal towns like Halong, Danang or Nha Trang receive an influx of local tourists every summer. In addition, many Vietnamese people are also travelling for religious purpose: visiting pagodas, monasteries and sacred sites to pray for better luck, health and success.
– Du lịch có quan trọng ở đất nước cháu ko?

Absolutely, it is one of the fastest growing industries in Vietnam and is expected to contribute up to 10% of our GDP. This sector has created an ever increasing number of new jobs with higher income and promising career advancement for young people in Vietnam. Especially, tourism helps leveraging our country’s image and reputation on international stage. That’s why Vietnamese government has paid a great deal of attention to tourism development with a view to see more impressive progress.
– Cháu biết ngành nghề nào về du lịch?

Well, tourism is an amazingly broad industry that provides an extensive range of career choices in transportation, accommodation, F&B (food & beverage) and retailing. Operating attractions and hospitality facilities such as hotels, resorts, restaurants, cruises and bars requires a huge workforce. There is a surging demand for tour sales & operators as well as hotel managers in Vietnam now.

– Tại sao người trẻ thường đi du lịch nước ngoài hơn là trong nước?

Young people have a thirst for adventure and novelty which they take great pride in. Travelling to another country with another climate, another culture and another level of economic development might be the quickest way to quench their thirst. Also, they want to practice their foreign language skills, make international friends and possibly become a global citizen.
– Mục đích đi du lịch của người già và trẻ có giống nhau ko?

Definitely not. The way I see it, young people are travelling to discover the outside world, its magical beauty and diversity. Apart from relaxation, they also seek adventurous activities such as bungee jumping, rafting or parachuting to challenge themselves. In contrast, older people tend to look for opportunities to calm their mind and discover their inner world.. That’s why most travellers of older ages prefer quiet or tranquil destinations to stay away from the crowd.
– Chúng ta cần hiểu rõ về văn hóa trước khi đi du lịch nuoc ngoài, cháu đồng ý hok?

Sure, it is essential to learn about the destination country as much as we can before our trip. This helps mitigate negative effects of a possible culture shock. Also, by showing our understandings and respect of local traditions and customs, we would be able to avoid unnecessary embarrassment. For example, in some western cultures, wearing tees and shorts at religious sites or entering houses without removing shoes are totally acceptable but in some Asian countries, these practices might be considered inappropriate. It is therefore crucial to do some cultural study in advance.

– Mọi người nên khám phá hêt đất nước mình trước khi đi du lịch nước ngoài, cháu nghĩ vậy hok?

I don’t think so. Individuals should have the freedom to decide where they would like to visit first. The decision is totally up to their personal preference. While it’s important to contribute to domestic tourism industry, I believe people should be free to set a priority to discover the world first. This way, they can explore exotic cultures and landscapes, and subsequently see their own country from a different angle. Some may come to love their country more.


– Theo cháu, du lịch có hại gì không?

Definitely, yes. Tourism development has put a great deal of pressure on local environment and community. Growing demand for transportation by airplanes, buses, cars and boats has led to increased air pollution and water pollution. Added to that, an influx of visitors can leave devastating impacts on local cultures. For example, a great number of Asian traditions and customs have been modified to accommodate the taste of western travelers. As a result, cultures around the world are losing authenticity and becoming similar to each other.

– Thế còn eco-tourism, du lịch sinh thái có lợi hay hại?

Well, I have mixed feelings toward eco-tourism. On the one hand, it helps raising people’s awareness about the importance of nature conservation and responsible travel. On the other hand, if the term is misused as a marketing tag to attract more tourists, leading to large scale operation, it would be a disaster. For example, a lot of detrimental impacts have been reported on whale watching tours. Therefore, while eco travel or responsible travel in general is highly encouraged, it should be controlled strictly I believe.

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