Souvenirs are still popular, and we choose the most typical items according to our beliefs. Authentic souvenirs should integrate culture and history to represent the identity of the destination, which would be handmade and have a unique, attractive presentation and require the local specific skills of local artisans or a recognizable creative team. While on vacation, tourists usually acquire unforgettable tangible reminders of their special time, in the form of souvenirs and objects, which not only act as reminders of the visited destination, but can also symbolize tourist travel experiences and at the same time represent a certain view. Souvenirs are usually interpreted as reminders of experiences experienced during the trip. In fact, the word souvenir means "to remember." In this way, souvenirs as material objects connect
people with places and memories. The main difference between pre-series production and mass-produced souvenirs is that the former functioned as true depictions of sites and other works of art, while the latter were identified as cheap and inauthentic commercial objects. There are cases where tourists are dissatisfied when they realize that the souvenirs they bought are imported, usually produced in countries with cheap labor such as China, Indonesia and Vietnam. Souvenirs, whether trinkets or luxury goods, differ in quality and price and have always been a commodity. But souvenirs are not always associated with a tourist experience, as souvenirs are also sold online and in antique shops. Consequently, one can buy a souvenir showing a landmark of a particular destination, which one has never visited. For example, jubilee
souvenirs from the British Monarchy are souvenirs that are widely sold online (British Monarchy, 2012), and in most cases their purchase is not the result of tourist activities. Therefore, the use value of these items varies and it is not clear whether they serve as reminders or as collection items. The next case is when the useful value of a souvenir changes when souvenirs are given away. In this case, souvenirs cease to be reminiscent of travel, because they are not bought for their own use, but confirm the personal relationship and social ties between the donor (tourist) and the recipient. In our experience, 3D printing technology makes people much more excited to see that a product that is very personal is being created. You can add various objects to your collection.