|About the Tourist's Database|
|Written by Administrator|
|Saturday, 29 May 2010 10:47|
Nightlife at Patong Beach, Phuket, Image by Eustaquio Santimano via Flickr
The Tourist's Database is a website created by Panama-based Redacron Studios for the sole purpose of helping tourists, adventurers, and locals everywhere rate any place in the world. The website started as Ratethisplanet.com, but the name had to be changed because it gave us a few restrictions. The Tourist's Database is a guide, for our goal is providing information about any place in this world, including tips and travel advice.
The Tourist's Database has very simple rules:
The idea behind the Tourist's Database is allowing tourists, adventurers, as well as everyone else, to rate countries, cities, as well as provinces, states, regions, any location, according to safety, shopping, nightlife, sightseeing, and sometimes even more categories. That's why the Tourist's Database was originally called Rate this Planet. However, Ratethisplanet.com also provided travel tips and destination information. This tourist-friendly website, Rate this Planet, was put online on May 18th, 2010 by Redacron Studios, so it was brand new and needed content, and that's why the name was changed to The Tourist's Database, which wil allow us to include hotel information, travel tips, airline tips, anything that can help a person travel to another country without any hassles. Help us grow by posting in the forum and offering suggestions.
The tourist office of Spa (Belgium), Image via Wikipedia
Tourism means travelling for leisure, recreational, or business purposes. Did you know that 99% of tourists go to 0.0023% of the places in any country? Tourists leave their countries of origin with one bag and return with three, but even then, they haven't enjoyed the true beauty of the country they have visited. They go to different places because they have never been there before, or because a friend recommended it, or because the place looked good in pictures. Tourism is vital for any country, but most countries do not know how to handle tourism properly.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 May 2011 03:20|