Do The Young Prefer Virtual Sightseeing To Physical Travel?

Do The Young Prefer Virtual Sightseeing To Physical Travel?
technology

The younger generation may want to explore the world virtually from the comfort of their homes, rather than actually visiting places.

Naresh Kumar
  • 3 may 2010

A recent report says young people prefer playing computer games and indulging in social networks rather than enjoying outside activities. The Future of Free Time report, commissioned by online travel firm lastminute.com says that in Japan, people are spending more time and money on in-house entertainment and technology to sightsee from the comfort of their homes rather than travel and visit places.

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