Maps: Change in an islandIELTS 1
The two maps below show an island, before and after the construction of some tourist facilities
The two maps illustrate the change of a island, before and after some tourists facilities were constructed.
Overall, although several facilities emerged in order to attract tourists, the coconut trees remained unchanged throughout the period.
Initially, the island was an uncharted landscape which merely had some trees and a beach. After the construction, the island witnessed a significant change. In the center of the island lay an reception surrounded by vehicle track. The vehicle track also linked the restaurant with the pier where boats anchored. Besides, accommodation was built next to the reception. In detail, 9 huts were located to the east of the reception, while 6 huts were constructed to the west.
Furthermore, those huts were all connected by the footpath. The trees stayed in the same position, and the land in the west of the island remained untouched. Noticeably, despite not being expanded, the beach was turned to a location for swimming.