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Sustaining tourism growth: a developing country case study



Sustaining tourism growth: a developing country case study



General Technical Report Intermountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( INT-323): 14-17



Observers of modern tourism divide into two views about its role in developing countries. One view is that tourism dehumanises and destroys the cultural integrity and environmental richness of the area. The other view is that tourism is a boon because of the economic benefits it brings to the people and government. This case study on tourism in Malaysia illustrates both perspectives.

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